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  15. Anonymous said: What do you think about the Rumbelle age issue? It really got some attention at this comic con. I think Robert Carlyle should just color his hair. He looks ancient now and that makes the age gap between him and Emilie more obvious and that's just so disturbing that it makes it hard to enjoy Rumbelle. It feels like she is romancing her grandfather and it shouldn't be too much to ask of an actor to dye their hair for a role. It's his job, right?

    mrgoldsdearie:

    fairytaleasoldastime:

    I think age gap doesn’t matter at all. if there is love, fuck the age gap, gender, religion, ethnicity .. I don’t know why so many people are worried about it.

    And your comment about Robert, I thought extremely unnecessary. He is gorgeous just the way he is. His salt and pepper hair is beautiful and he should never dye it.

    Robert and Emilie are perfect together and you should not make these kinds of comments, anon.

    I don’t know where you saw “her grandfather” here, sorry

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    If age gap and Robert’s hair worries you so much, you should not ship Rumbelle.

    *slow claps*

    Nope. This is some Woody Allen love bullshit. First off, how can anyone acknowledge a person’s age by describing their salt and pepper hair and then not associate that with being a grandparent? He’s 53 years old…you really think he couldn’t be seen as a grandparent? Second, a culture in which older men value younger women more than their own female peers damages everyone.