“My friends and I have started using the term “Barristowned” to describe a situation where someone tries to put you down but you manage to not only deliver a great come back, but also leave with dignity fully intact.”
i love you & your friends may i sit with you?
if I had RL friends as obsessed with ASOIAF as I am, this is something we’d do. lol
can’t stop won’t stop
JUST A NORTHERN GIRL. LIVIN’ IN A UGLY WORLD. SHE TOOK THE KINGSROAD TO THE RED KEEP. JUST A WESTERMAN BORN AND RAISED IN—OH FUCK THERE’S NO CLEAN WAY TO PARODY THAT.
DON’T STOP BELIEVIN’, HOLD ON TO THIS FEE-EEELIN, STEETLIGHT, KEEP HOLDING OOOOOOOOOOON.
O.M.G. *IS DEAD*
GIRL, YOU’VE RUINED THAT SONG FOR ME NOW THAT SONG WILL ALWAYS BEEN THE LOSERS AND SANSAN INSTEAD OF JUST THE LOSERS.
“I think the first two books were the weakest.”
hmm disagree. I think Clash of Kings and Storm of Swords were equally amazing, with Game of Thrones just behind them. Feast and Dance were by far the weaker books.
“Everything would have worked out better for Sean Bean’s GOT and LOTR characters if they had switched places. Ned would have been too honorable to be corrupted by the ring and Boromir would have been dishonorable enough not to be pawned.”
:D :D :D
Did NOT expect this many notes on a post taking the piss out of a GOT confession, but I totally agree with everyone reblogging this so here’s a mini essay for anyone who wants to read.
Sandor wouldn’t have the emotional capacity to love someone in the conventional way and have a ‘normal’ relationship because he’s spent his whole life trying to be this brutal soldier so at first he wouldn’t know how to deal with what he feels for Sansa so he just picks on her like a little boy would pick on a girl in primary school, ‘cause that’s just not in his system to understand those feelings.
There’s a perfect example of this during the Blackwater Battle chapter where he’s trying to get Sansa to come away with him and he says something along the lines of ‘I’d kill anyone who’d try to hurt you’ which for him is probably the same as proclaiming his undying love but then he bottles it and threatens her
I think with the Sansan pairing, the appeal is knowing that they’re so different from one another and they’d both have to emotionally evolve for it to work or it just wouldn’t work out.
^^^last paragraph is maybepossibly perfection.
“I don’t want winter to come because that means lemons can’t grow and if lemons can’t grow then there won’t be any lemon cakes. That makes me sad.”
this confession was literally written by sansa stark age six
haha could have been written by sansa stark age 11. maybe even age 12.
“I can’t take the fandom seriously after seeing the “most hated character poll”. REALLY GUYS? REALLY?”
Even if you consider that this was published pre-ADWD, and even if you consider that people may be using the “characters I think are interesting” and not “characters I personally like” barometer, THIS LIST IS STILL SERIOUSLY FUCKED UP. The next time they re-do this poll, Ramsay had better be a lot higher than #9.
Also, I’m curious if anyone knows: Have they separated Lady Stoneheart and Catelyn? I don’t consider them the same character at all.
^ for serious. wow.