I have a thing for terrible disaster movies. It’s my secret shame. Right now I’m watching The Core and its so formulaic and unbelievable but I’m drinking in every over-blown second because I have a weakness for this do-or-die, quasi-science, poorly animated, end of the world shit. God help me.
Plus, Stanley Tucci so yay!
do you ever stop to think what it would be like if the dursleys were nice to harry? what if their reason for hating magic wasn’t simply that it was magic and they were proud to say that they were perfectly normal, thank you very much but that it…
Like wildflowers; You must allow yourself to grow in all the places people thought you never would. — Unknown (via koreyan)
Eddie Izzard - shopping at Mac store in Soho
New York City - May 14, 2014
When I was a kid I saw his HBO special. I watched it so many times I still know most of the words. It was the first time I saw a man dressed feminine, be funny, and not have women as a punch line. He didn’t slump out in front of the stage embarrassed by his clothing, he came out perfectly happy, hoping around, and didn’t do some silly feminine voice for laughs, he just used his voice, he wore his clothes, spoke about social injustice, and he was fucking funny. It was nice to watch a comedian and not be the fucking punch line or a flattened stereotype for laughs.
Eddie Izzard is a treasure.
lol, a bunch of lipstick smears on the hand. I FEEL YOU EDDIE. i covered the entire back of my hand and part of my wrist once.
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.
Sansa has ALWAYS been playing the game though. Only difference is before she was playing defense. Now she’s playing offense. — (via signalfire15)
Yes this.(via sandorandthehounds)
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
(Source: brideofgodzilla, via lostquaintrelle)