No, you are, that’s how a lot of my friends feel. But most people I know that feel that way also refer to Amy as “slutty” or “skanky” because she may or may not be interested in two different men.
I sympathize with Amy because I can understand how difficult it would be for, after years of waiting, the Doctor to finally come back to prove (to herself and others) that she isn’t crazy. I mean, she built the image of this man up in her mind and right before her wedding he comes back and offers to take her on an adventure - something to avoid having to grow up for even just one day. I know I would have a hard time saying no, and it’s understandable (to me at least) for her to also have feelings for this man when he’s everything she really ever dreamed of. I feel like in season five she’s trying to work out what she wants and when the doctor comes around she knows she wants someone equally as adventurous and brave as she is. And I don’t think she sees that in Rory in season 5. But in season 6, I think Amy definitely makes that choice of Rory (really you argue it’s in the dream episode where she’s pregnant that she realizes she only ever wanted Rory), and mostly because he’s proven that he’s just as brave (and moreso, I think) and adventurous as The Doctor.
"sometimes at night you pray for burglars" (x)
"Removing the lid signals the moment your life becomes a great whirling batshit pandemonium, somewhat resembling the chaos of an especially ethic wedding. Somewhere, a soused uncle deliberately shatters china on the floor. Muddy livestock is decorated, and then lost track of. The question "who’s mule is this?" at times can be heard over the din. This is now your reality" (x)
"Sometimes I wonder how you are ever allowed to pay for meals in restaurants.
TT: It must be hard to keep a low profile when you’re always overhearing awed voices whisper, “It’s that guy who has a blog.” (x)