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That Romantic Moment! Series: Carry the Girl

So, I’m starting a fun little series called That Romantic Moment where I choose a favorite romantic gesture or action and choose moments from shows/films I've watched. This one is called Carry the Girl (probably self-explanatory, hehe). I think I find it so sweet and endearing as there's never a reason for it to happen in real life. It can also be dramatic – carrying the injured girl and all that romantic whatnot. And good drama never hurt anything, am I right?

That Romantic Moment! Series: Carry the Girl

La Belle Et La Bete
Just let me swoon in your arms.

Strange Hero Yi Mei Zhi 
Carrying the bride... except she's not your bride


Arang and the Magistrate
My heart seems to be in demand

Thor 2
Now this is what Norse gods are good for.

Faith
Time-travelling can really take it out of a girl.

King2Hearts
"Why won't you look at me?"

My Princess
Hold onto the shoes, girl!

Frozen
"Will you be okay, Kristoff?"

Disney Snow White
And they lived happily ever after.


Veer-Zaara
It's SRK. My dreams have come true.

Once Upon A Time
Beauty taming the beast

Disney Tarzan
"Put me down, put me down. No, pick me up, pick me up!"

Anastasia
Princesses love kitchen boys

Hum Saath Saath Hain
Prem likes Preeti


Gu Family Book
Teenage gumihos aren't so bad

Thumbelina
"And I'll never let you fall..."

Adventures of Merlin
"That was no subterfuge. No trickery. With all my heart."

Persuasion
He loves me, he loves me not...

Superman
"Holding hands with a god. I'm a fool."

Palace: Lockheart
Oh, these Qing princes and their irresistibleness

Robin Hood BBC
"I need to go..."

Rurouni Kenshin
"Kaoru-dono!!", "Kenshin!"

Bonus!
Ever After
"M'lady, you may have anything you can carry."


What are your favorite "carry the girl" (or boys, in the case of Ever After, hehe) scenes? Any favorite romantic tropes? Maybe I can add it into my romantic series! I'd love to hear your thoughts!

Comments

  1. love your list, it's just too bad about that guard in king2hearts.

    make this list piggyback rides and you will have plenty of scenes to choose from all those Korean dramas

    totally love 'ever after' and that scene is a lot of fun because you never see a girl carrying a guy, certainly it says so much about her character there.

    have a lovely day.

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    1. Aww thanks! (And I'll never forgive King2Hearts for what they did!!)

      Yes! You're right; piggyback rides! There's an never-ending supply of those in K-dramas, hehe.

      That scene from Ever After is my favorite in the movie. Its just too good.

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  2. Great list! You've made me want to go and re-watch loads of these, haha. How about kisses in the rain for a romantic trope? :D

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    1. Aw thanks! I'll add that idea to my list for future posts! :D

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