Wherein a grown-ass woman unleashes her inner teenage fangirl. Please forgive the idiocy. It's all just meant in good, semi-clean internet fun.
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17th April 2014

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crrocs:

Why is shipping to America so cheap but if you want shipping to Australia it costs 2 legs and your entire soul and one of your organs which probably comes to a total value of $4737732 plus $10 in taxes

Because it takes ages to train the delivery sharks.

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15th April 2014

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Do you say Arry-a, or Arr-ya?

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15th April 2014

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nooneshouldbethissparkly:

Binge watching Game of Thrones again. Is it just me, or have they merged the Many-Faced God with the Lord of Light for t.v. purposes?

Jaqen said some stuff that makes it seem like he serves the Lord of Light, but as a Faceless Man, he would serve the Many-Faced God. Or maybe the Lord of Light is one of the many faces? 

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15th April 2014

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Binge watching Game of Thrones again. Is it just me, or have they merged the Many-Faced God with the Lord of Light for t.v. purposes?

Tagged: GoTGame of Thronesjaqen h'gharArya Starkvalar morghulis

15th April 2014

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Tv Shae is way cooler than book Shae.

Tagged: GoTGame of ThronesSong of Ice and FireTyrion LannisterSansa Stark

14th April 2014

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Tagged: George R R MartinYou glorious bastard

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14th April 2014

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Jaime likes pie now.

In the book, it’s clear that Jaime never thinks of himself as really being Joffrey’s father. He knows there a blood connection, of course, but Cersei has always warned him against showing too much interest in the kids, even as an uncle, so he ends up feeling very detached from them. In this scene, though, you wonder if he’s meant to be rushing forward as a member of the Kings’ guard, or as a father.

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13th April 2014

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slaughteroftheweeaboos:

ppl my age have children what the hell i am a children

Uh huh. When you’re my age, you’ll meet someone who is the same age as you and had a teenage pregnancy and is actually a grandparent now. That shit will blow your mind.

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12th April 2014

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The Divergent series wasn’t bad. In fact, it was even pretty good. The movie was okay, too. But, as I was reading the books, I couldn’t help but think that there was a certain immaturity to it. (This should come as no surprise, as it’s the author’s first major work, written while she was in college, and was aimed at teenagers.) It hit me today, though, what it really reminds me of.

Harry Potter fanfiction. You know, the really bad ones where the new girl can’t be sorted into just one house, so she’s put into Slythindor or Griffinclaw or something? Or she has to go sleep in a special dorm because the hat just can’t decide what to do with her? And her big flaw somehow is what saves everyone?

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12th April 2014

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aryaxgendry:

 Arya Stark | Ep2.05 “The Ghost of Harrenhal”

I can’t work out how old Arya is supposed to be in the series. In the books, she’s 9, and Sansa’s 11. Sansa, and all the Stark’s, got an extra 2 years, but Arya still looks 9 years old. So was she aged up with the others, or not? Gendry, too, was aged up, since he was 14 or 15 in the books, and appears to be older in the t.v. show, making the age disparity between them even greater. 

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