→ The bright star of the West
THESE PARENT BIRDS ARE SO BEAUTIFUL LIKE BIRDY DRAG QUEENS WITH FLAWLESS EYELINER AND THE BABY LOOKS LIKE AN UNFINISHED MUPPET AND I’M DEAD.
“My lady. Are you ready?”
“Yes. Oh, yes.”
“You’re not scared?”
“Let him be scared of me”
The Golden Compass Recast
“We are all subject to the fates. But we must act as if we are not, or die of despair.”
Amandla Stenberg as Lyra Belacqua
Idris Elba as Lord Asriel
Oona Chaplin as Mrs. Coulter
Chiwitel Ejiofor as Lee Scoresby
Lucy Liu as Serafina Pekkala
Cats putting their cute little butts anywhere they please. This will be available as a print at VCAF next weekend! #cats
totally buying this.
If revenge had ruled Sandor’s heart, he would have continued fighting. Gregor, after all, showed no sign of obeying the king. Sandor, after he killed his brother, could protest he was merely protecting the unarmed Ser Loras from Ser Gregor’s unprovoked attack. He would have obtained the value that he held higher than any other: an eye for an eye. His lifelong suffering was worse than any death, and in killing his evil brother, he would have been re-establishing the correct order of things, not only in his own life, but in the social and political spheres of Westeros as well.
But the Hound did not continue to fight. He dropped his knee, bowed his head, and even at this time of personal peril, demonstrated his fealty to King Robert. He had no way of knowing his brother’s sword would miss his head by mere centimetres. Thus, his demonstration of loyalty to king and kingdoms could have been the final heroic act of his life. He must have known this, but he took this life-and-death risk anyway, regardless of the consequences.
The significance of the tournament sequence, I believe, is that Sandor lives his life according to principles he will not compromise. These virtues are more meaningful to him - and therefore to Game of Thrones - than the childish precepts of retributive justice."
Pearson Moore ~ The Seventh Sword: The Chivalry of Sandor Clegane
from his book Game of Thrones Season Two Essays
That’s my boy Sandor, right there.
Points to take away from this: Sandor has certain principles; some things are more important to him than revenge, despite his claims; the books themselves consider these things more important and meaningful than revenge.(via corseque)
young adult things: washing your colors with your whites because you don’t care you JUST don’t fucking care
the oteep → 30 of the classic, cheesy, cliché songs you have definitely associated with one of your otps at least once, you loser01. IRIS the goo goo dolls // 02. FIX YOU coldplay // 03. SHATTERED trading yesterday // 04. I WILL FOLLOW YOU INTO THE DARK death cab for cutie // 05. YOU FOUND ME the fray // 06. KING AND LIONHEART of monsters and men // 07. WONDERWALL oasis // 08. AT THE BEGINNING (FROM ANASTASIA) richard marx & donna lewis // 09. METEOR SHOWER owl city // 10. THE SCIENTIST coldplay // 11. KISS ME SLOWLY parachute // 12. BOATS AND BIRDS gregory and the hawk // 13. SOMETHING ABOUT US daft punk // 14. LITTLE LION MAN mumford & sons // 15. SHIPS IN THE NIGHT mat kearney // 16. STOLEN dashboard confessional // 17. YELLOW coldplay // 18. BREAKEVEN (FALLING TO PIECES) the script // 19. USE SOMEBODY kings of leon // 20. CHASING CARS snow patrol // 21. HO HEY the lumineers // 22. YOU & ME lifehouse // 23. FIRST TIME lifehouse // 24. ACCIDENTALLY IN LOVE counting crows // 25. WORLD SPINS MADLY ON the weepies // 26. SKINNY LOVE bon iver // 27. SAMSON regina spektor // 28. YOUR GUARDIAN ANGEL red jumpsuit apparatus // 29. SECRETS onerepublic // 30. A THOUSAND YEARS christina perri
Fat shaming ‘leads to weight gain’
so i was looking up stuff about birth control throughout history and
Paper art by Morgana Wallace on Tumblr