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)Lost Girl: No DEFINITE favourites, but I prefer Bo/Dyson to Bo/Lauren and Bo/Tamsin, considering that Tamsin's goals were ambiguous at best when she was introduced (Dyson's motives were questionable at times but we never doubted that he wanted Bo safe) and Lauren failed to tell anyone about Nadia until someone else brought the issue up where Dyson has at least always been honest about whatever issues he might have about entering into a relationship with someone once he was aware that they were issues (Him not mentioning his deal with the Norn to Ciara doesn't count because he had no reason to believe that the deal was an issue until he learned about the fact that it took his love from him completely, and his initial distance from Bo can be attributed to the mystery about her own knowledge of her background rather than a flaw on his part exclusively)LXG: Sawyer/Mina (The most Extraordinary member of the team, paired up with the 'least'?Add in the obvious on-screen chemistry they had in the movie- particularly in that deleted scene on the conning tower where Mina almost seemed to be encouraging Sawyer not to give up his attempts at flirting with her-, and it just seems...I was born in Edinburgh and have lived there for much of my life.I developed a habit for reading in nursery, and was known to go under the piano with a book at times.))Artemis Fowl: Artemis Fowl/Holly Short (So long as the writer acknowledges the difficulties that the two of them would have making it work, it has potential; I may like the pairing, but you have to be realistic, given the double-age-difference- Holly being (Apparently) younger physically while Artemis is younger - and the fact that Artemis is NOT the most emotionally aware of people)Battlestar Galactica (2003): Karl 'Helo' Agathon/Sharon 'Athena' Valerii (She defied her programming, purpose and species for him, while he went against the beliefs of practically every one of his friends and allies to love her; what is NOT cool about that?)William Adama/Laura Roslin (Never thought I'd say this about a couple who have to be in their at the youngest, but...))Harry/Hermione (I generally see them as more of a brother/sister relationship in canon, but I'm not adverse to them ending up together in AUs where their relationship is changed from the beginning ("" where Harry's raised as the son of Bellatrix Lestrange, as a more dramatic example); I just think that relationships were fairly well-established after HBP, and I'm ambiguous about things diverging from canon at some point during the books themselves...))Harry Potter/Fleur Delacour (Considering that each of them have to deal with pre-conceived ideas that everyone has about them, the idea of such a relationship has definite potential if written the right way, although I prefer AUs where Ginny isn't a factor- such as "", where Harry's reinvented as a Tarzan-esque character in a secret prehistoric cavern and Ginny died during the Chamber incident- so long as the story doesn't make such a big deal about the idea of a 'Veela bond' that was never confirmed to exist in canon and doesn't change too many other irrelevant details)Hermione/Tom Riddle (Weird concept, I know, but after reading ""- which has frustratingly been recently pulled from the site for some reason, although I have also managed to find a version of it here-, I challenge anyone to NOT find that pairing an intriguing couple if written properly (By which I mean with HERMIONE going into the PAST; Tom being dragged into the future doesn't work, because if nothing else the odds of him being abducted by his future self are FAR too great, and I'd prefer it if it works out with Tom starting out as the malevolent individual we knew but later making a conscious decision to change rather than, say, him committing suicide because he can't live without Hermione (It just doesn't ; why would he kill himself after losing love when he's spent his life in 'reality' denying love even exists?
Should you need further convincing, check out "I think these two would work together, so don't ask; they just... Age is an issue, of course, but if a two hundred and forty-four year old vampire can fall for a sixteen-year-old girl- or a time-travelling alien over a thousand years old can fall for a nineteen-year-old girl (Just because I don't agree with it doesn't mean I don't acknowledge it happened)- than who cares about a gap of a few years?Castle: Richard Castle/Kate Beckett (They might take their time for various reasons, but the chemistry was obvious even before the Season Four finale made it official (Although I will confess that, ever since reading stories such as "", I've had a greater appreciation for stories featuring this pair that also explore Kate as a mother, either just assuming that role for Alexis or having a child before meeting Castle; it's really rather cute if handled properly))Charmed: Piper/Leo (After all they've been through, I think it's pretty much a guarantee that they're meant for each other, wouldn't you say?)Phoebe/Cole (It reminds me a lot of the Buffy/Angel romance; I'm just a sucker for that kind of 'love makes the bad guy defect' thing, I suppose.How to Train Your Dragon: Hiccup/Astrid (What can I say?
There's something appealing about the stories where the intellectual outcast gets the girl)Invisible Man: Darien/Claire (I haven't seen many episodes of the series, but I just find what I , in my opinion)Kick-Ass: Kick-Ass(Dave)/Hit-Girl(Mindy) (They may have gone into the game for different reasons, but they were still there from the start; so long as there's not an excessive focus on Dave being 'fascinated' by Mindy's combat skills to the point where his focus on the blood spewing around is SLIGHTLY disturbing, and the writer acknowledges the age gap and the risks thereof, it can be rather good)Kim Possible: Kim Possible/Ron Stoppable (It's a bit cliche, I know, but as I always say, sometimes cliches became that way because they work; why change a winning formula, particularly when the couple have such effective chemistry if writtern properly?
Besides, it adds to the tragedy of the relationship by giving it the 'forbidden love', angle, and in the end, who really cares what they do together; it's their choice, and, so long as they're not hurting anybody and they're happy, does it matter that much?