Shipping


    Shipping


  • A term used to describe fan fictions that take previously created characters and put them as a pair. It usually refers to romantic relationships, but it can refer platonic ones as well. (Just think of shipping as short for relationSHIP.)


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    Shipping


  • [Fandom] uses this word as a verb to denote their interest in the possible (and perhaps more often impossible) romantic relationship between two characters in a piece of fiction belonging to any medium. Its really never used in a platonic way, but if it ever is, people tend to separately emphasize that they are using it platonically.

    Usually written: Character/Character or CharacterxCharacter. [Fanfiction] without any shipping, or with little emphasis on ship is usually labeled [genfic], which there is a depressing lack of.


  • Shipping


  • In [fanfic], putting characters into a romantic relationship, such as writing Ash Misty from Pokemon as a couple. Often plays on perceived chemistry between characters in the original series. Abbreviated form of the word relationshipping.


  • Shipping


  • This is most ofter used on tumblr by fandoms. Fandoms will ship everything and anything. Shipping comes from the word relationSHIP. Basically it is when you want a fictional character, real-life person, or cartoon people to be together. People often write fanfictions about their favorite ship, called their OTP.


  • Shipping


  • A verb used to describe the action of wishing for two people to enter a relationship (whether romantic or occasionally platonic) in books, movies, tv shows or real life. Shipping can often happen involuntarily, and it is the majority of what happens on the website, Tumblr. There are some very popular ships, some unpopular, as well as often lots of controversy between ships from the same fandom.


  • Shipping


  • To wish a couple that you like to stay together cause you like them or cause they are cute. Or to wish two people you like and/or want to be together.


  • Shipping


  • The act of one wanting/supporting two individuals involved in a romantic relationship


  • Shipping


  • When you think two people are a match made in heaven for each other, you ship them. Usually used in fandoms.


  • Shipping


  • A romantic pairing between two fictional or real life people usually in a fandom or fan base.


  • Shipping


  • [Fandom] uses this word as a verb to denote their interest in the possible (and perhaps more often impossible) romantic relationship between two characters in a piece of fiction belonging to any medium. Its really never used in a platonic way, but if it ever is, people tend to separately emphasize that they are using it platonically.

    Usually written: Character/Character or CharacterxCharacter. [Fanfiction] without any shipping, or with little emphasis on ship is usually labeled [genfic], which there is a depressing lack of.


  • Shipping


  • In [fanfic], putting characters into a romantic relationship, such as writing Ash Misty from Pokemon as a couple. Often plays on perceived chemistry between characters in the original series. Abbreviated form of the word relationshipping.


  • Shipping


  • Fandom uses this word as a verb to denote their interest in the possible (and perhaps more often impossible) romantic relationship between two characters in a piece of fiction belonging to any medium. Its really never used in a platonic way, but if it ever is, people tend to separately emphasize that they are using it platonically.

    Usually written: Character/Character or CharacterxCharacter. Fanfiction without any shipping, or with little emphasis on ship is usually labeled genfic, which there is a depressing lack of.


 

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