“Above all else in Portal 2, I love the fact that nobody is really ‘evil’, just misunderstood in different ways. Take Wheatley and GLaDOS, for example. And even the turrets. There’s a way to sympathize with every single character, even the most minor ones, and it’s that kind of characterization in a game that I really admire.”
“I don’t care what anyone says. P-body is a girl and Atlas is a guy!”
“I hate it when people go on and on about how they “forgave Wheatley”. You’re probably not the only one out of an entire fandom. There’s no prize for it. Sure, Wheatley was an alluring character but fangirls babbling on and on about how they want to go to space and save him or how they “caught him” or “tried to pull him back inside when GLaDOS’ claw removed him”. The game ended the way it did for a reason.”
“I wish there had been an option at the end of Portal 2 whether or not to let go of Wheatley. It breaks my heart to see him fly off into space, and I didn’t even need the scene after the credits to know he was sorry for what he did.”
“I ship Wheatley/GLaDOS but I’m kind of shy about saying so because I hardly see any art for it so it feels like an obscure pairing.”
"Yesterday I was listening to Cara Mia Addio and it suddenly clicked in my brain that, not for a second have I ever believed that there was going to be a Portal 3. Every time I played the game or listened to the music I was trying to find some clue to prove myself wrong. I finally realized that Cara Mia is the final goodbye. I almost cried right then and there."
“The end of the Portal DLC was one of the best moments in my life. The build up and everything. Me and my friend guessed who it was for the whole DLC. We guessed Chell, Caroline, Alex from Half Life and even Mel, not once did “bird” cross our minds and for that I think the DLC ending and the main game ending are equally great.”
"The relationship between GLaDOS and Chell is similar to the relationship I have with my mom."
"I thoroughly enjoyed Portal 2 more than Portal."
“Confessions? Heck, I don’t feel like confessing anything. I don’t feel guilty about my Portal 2 addiction. It’s possibly one of the most wonderful things that has happened to me. Thank you, Valve.”