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OK, before judging this blog based on its title, I am NOT going to bash Seddie. I am just going to show that a Seddie moment can also be a Creddie moment. And to make things fair, I am going to allow SOME comments turning Creddie moments into Seddie moments. I'll only state a few moments, and as I said earlier, I'm going to show that there isn't really a clear "Seddie moment" or a clear "Creddie moment". It is all about how you interpret it.
- Firstly, I'll do iKiss. The way I interpret that is that Sam would never have gone and apologised unless Carly made her feel bad. Carly cared about Freddie enough to make Sam, her best friend, feel terrible about ruining Freddie's life.
- Secondly, I'll do iSpeed Date. Sam's sad face can be interpreted many ways. I am actually a Sibby shipper too, but I'll explain that theory later. Anyway, for a Creddie fan, they might think that Sam thought that Carly and Freddie just wanted some alone time, and she was polite and decided to leave. As for the sad face, remember that she just got dumped by Gibby. From a Sibbier's point of view, she was thinking about Gibby. I know that Dan confirmed that Sam had feelings for "the dork", but did he specify which dork he was talking about. I find Gibby is sort of a dork, if you think about it.
- Thirdly, I'll do iHire An Idiot. Is it just me, or does Cort look like Freddie a bit? Freddie always knew that Sam was: 1. a great liar and 2. hated how he looked (if you don't believe me just think about all the times she has said things that imply that). Maybe Freddie's "be serious" look just meant "Come on, I know you're lying".
As I said at the beginning of this blog, I am not trying to bash Seddie, and all you Seddies are entitled to your own opinion. I am just showing that relationship moments are about interpretation. Everyone sees things differently.