… he fought, Jaime, he fought for every breath, but it was as if some malign spirit had its hands about his throat. He had such terror in his eyes … When he was little, he’d run to me when he was scared or hurt and I would protect him. But that night there was nothing I could do.


Apr/18/14
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Way to sell it.


ryan-the-riot:

On tumblr dot com we don’t say “i love you” we say “i reblogged something for you” and i think that’s beautiful.


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corseque:

Word clouds generated from Sansa Stark’s dialogue and italicized internal monologue from books 1-2.

The first cloud is the period before King Robert’s death.
The second cloud is the period after King Robert’s death.

Most often used words in the first cloud: “Father, want, Ser”
Most often used words in the second cloud: “please, your, Grace”

Positively connotative words are in blue. Negative words are in red.

terrible > stupid > fool > poor > smelly > ugly > horrible > awful > evil

good > brave > gentle > kind > sweet > splendid > true > fair > magical



Apr/18/14
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boyfriendhook:

In which Jaime required coffee in order to sit through the wedding vows. [x]

OMFG BEST MISTAKE EVER


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thedandymann:

thenimbus:

rosewednesday:

jhameia:

professorprof:

kiyuukins:

ponies-n-things:

WHAT HAVE YOU DONE

I know we all love Edna because she’s super fierce and determined and an awesome role model and shit but

do you ever think that she feels intensely guilty over this, having made this suit that lead to the death of this amazing young girl

Maybe there’s a reason she never looks back.

Repeated for emphasis:

Maybe there’s a reason she never looks back.

Edna at the funeral, veiled from head to toe, slowly ripping pages out of her pocket sketchbook and mouthing the words “no capes”

I really need to watch this movie again

there are no words


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gamersbliss:

“You don’t, you just learn to live with it.”