Ah. That makes sense.
Yeah, that was never a reason I didn't like WestAllen. I mostly didn't like it in season one because they didn't make Iris anything more than a love interest and a copy of Laurel from Arrow (the citizen contact that the hero has with hints of romance). Season two fixed that to a point I actually liked Iris and shipped them. 3A wasn't too bad for Iris (I'm just saying Iris, Iris/Barry and Barry weren't as good), then 3B onward just became a mess.
Don't watch the 100. I cannot figure out why people are obsessed with it. The show has people saying they're in love with each other within three days of them meeting (yes that actually happened) and every season has a giant battle in people's hearts where they have to decide whether or not to kill a bunch of people and they kill almost every time, which leaves them drowning in guilt. The only season I liked was three (the most hated season), and that's only because the two characters I liked got more screen time and I liked the AI/simulation element. Reminded me of the Framework.
Oh, I've seen a lot of Iris and WestAllen haters, I just meant in terms of the shippers. Like, there are people who just hate the character, there are people who hate WestAllen because they think it's bad, and those who hate it because they prefer Caitlin/Barry.
No real hints of Mick and Amaya. Mick hasn't had much this season.
It is odd, but I read somewhere that CW may actually write Mon-El off to the Legion. Apparently, they didn't expect the kind of reaction they did with Mon-El's character. All just speculation, but I heard it from a source who is right a lot of the time when it comes to spoilers.
Fandom statistics are always fun.
I liked Percy/Annabeth as a friendship, but started shipping them after The Titan's Curse. I'm not really a Katniss/Peeta shipper, but that's because I prefer Katniss alone and hated the third book.
Why did you not ship Daisy/Lincoln and Skye/Ward? I didn't like Skye and Ward even before the HYDRA reveal. They had chemistry for sure, but it was too cheesy, and after the reveal, why would people ship it? As for Daisy/Lincoln, I liked it in season two, but they tried to make him a copy of Ward, with this darkness. Just didn't work and their chemistry seemed more like that of friends.
I'm not sure whose idea it is, and from the two episodes of Supernatural I've seen, Dean could be classified as a womanizer.
When it comes to ships, I seem to like opposite personalities attracting, similar personalities (but not in an obvious way) attracting, and of course, friends to romantic partners.
However, I'm not a huge fan of student/mentor relationships, the womanizer boy meeting the nice girl (though I suppose Mark/Lexie is an exception), people falling in love within less than a year of meeting each other, and couples created only to cause drama.