Arya is 1000% done with your shit #GoT

Arya is 1000% done with your shit #GoT

The poison. The poison for Joffrey, the poison specifically chosen to kill Joffrey, Joffrey’s poison. That poison. — Olenna Tyrell at some point, probably. (via falloutemily)

(via eschaton-disaster)

when people ask what kind of music I listen to I’m just gonna show them this list

when people ask what kind of music I listen to I’m just gonna show them this list

accidentally liked a Katy perry song on the nicki Minaj station.

*aural cotton candy overload*

I like listening to Coeur de Pirate and Alina Orlova with my cat because the lyrics are in other languages but it doesn’t matter because I just replace them all with meows

It’s the middle of April and I’ve had this sweet bikini for almost a month and it’s still too cold to wear it outside 😭

It’s the middle of April and I’ve had this sweet bikini for almost a month and it’s still too cold to wear it outside 😭

What would my sixteen year old self say about how much I listen to the Ke$ha station on Pandora?

Maybe I’m just happier now.

Half asleep. Needs more coffee. ☕ #mondayfunday #3dayweekend

Half asleep. Needs more coffee. ☕ #mondayfunday #3dayweekend

bastardlybrendan:

Making my order at KFC

(via marxisforbros)

merkkultra:

do men have resting bitch faces as well or do they not have negative characteristics ascribed to them for putting on a neutral rather than a deliriously happy facial expression

(via budgiebazooka)

vicemag:


What separates Martin’s books from the pack is that his made-up world of Westeros feels more “real” than other made-up worlds like Tolkien’s Middle Earth or Brooks’s Shannara. There’s very little magic in the series, and when something supernatural happens, everyone is freaked out and confused. The characters have sex (mostly sex that would be illegal today), get tortured, betray one another, and die incredibly easily and often for very little reason—just like real people involved in a medieval war would have. One of the first plot points is a child getting thrown off a ledge and crippled after he witnesses some nasty-ass incest; one major character gets killed on the toilet and shits all over the place as he dies. So the books are earthy, you might say. More importantly, anyone in Martin’s world who strives for nobility, honor, or any other trait lauded in traditional fantasy novels inevitably ends up impaled on a spike or crippled and humiliated by the amoral crooks who always come out on top. Like I said, this is more realistic than most epic fantasy.
Naturally, a show based on a series of books that’s full of plot twists, reversals of fortune, bloody battles, and scheming villains is gonna be a slam dunk. Throw in HBO’s typically high production values and strong performances (and lots of nudity) and you’ve got a recipe for a pretty fucking sweet franchise, son. You mentioned that you don’t appreciate the “scope, escapism, narrative skill, and subtle humor that fantasy fans eulogize,” but there’s nothing subtle about Game of Thrones’s appeal. It’s all, “OH SHIT HE’S GETTING KILLED WTF” and “AWWWW DAMN THEY’RE CUTTING HIS DICK OFF!!” If you refuse to watch that because—what? It’s set in a vaguely medieval world? There are dragons in some of it?—I don’t know what to say to you.

Yesterday we ran a piece by a writer in the UK called “Please Shut the Fuck Up About Game of Thrones.” Today VICE US editor Harry Cheadle responds: "No, Why Don’t YOU Shut the Fuck Up About Game of Thrones.”

WHO DIES SHITTING THEMSELVES
IS IT JOFFREY
IT SHOULD BE JOFFREY.
I WILL BE SO UPSET IF IT’S NOT JOFFREY.


(please don’t actually tell me who it is because I haven’t read the books because I’m afraid I’ll enjoy them way more than the show and that will ruin the show for me q_q)

vicemag:

What separates Martin’s books from the pack is that his made-up world of Westeros feels more “real” than other made-up worlds like Tolkien’s Middle Earth or Brooks’s Shannara. There’s very little magic in the series, and when something supernatural happens, everyone is freaked out and confused. The characters have sex (mostly sex that would be illegal today), get tortured, betray one another, and die incredibly easily and often for very little reason—just like real people involved in a medieval war would have. One of the first plot points is a child getting thrown off a ledge and crippled after he witnesses some nasty-ass incest; one major character gets killed on the toilet and shits all over the place as he dies. So the books are earthy, you might say. More importantly, anyone in Martin’s world who strives for nobility, honor, or any other trait lauded in traditional fantasy novels inevitably ends up impaled on a spike or crippled and humiliated by the amoral crooks who always come out on top. Like I said, this is more realistic than most epic fantasy.

Naturally, a show based on a series of books that’s full of plot twists, reversals of fortune, bloody battles, and scheming villains is gonna be a slam dunk. Throw in HBO’s typically high production values and strong performances (and lots of nudity) and you’ve got a recipe for a pretty fucking sweet franchise, son. You mentioned that you don’t appreciate the “scope, escapism, narrative skill, and subtle humor that fantasy fans eulogize,” but there’s nothing subtle about Game of Thrones’s appeal. It’s all, “OH SHIT HE’S GETTING KILLED WTF” and “AWWWW DAMN THEY’RE CUTTING HIS DICK OFF!!” If you refuse to watch that because—what? It’s set in a vaguely medieval world? There are dragons in some of it?—I don’t know what to say to you.

Yesterday we ran a piece by a writer in the UK called “Please Shut the Fuck Up About Game of Thrones.” Today VICE US editor Harry Cheadle responds: "No, Why Don’t YOU Shut the Fuck Up About Game of Thrones.”

WHO DIES SHITTING THEMSELVES

IS IT JOFFREY

IT SHOULD BE JOFFREY.

I WILL BE SO UPSET IF IT’S NOT JOFFREY.

(please don’t actually tell me who it is because I haven’t read the books because I’m afraid I’ll enjoy them way more than the show and that will ruin the show for me q_q)

I found a hole 👀 (at King and Queens Bluff Park)

I found a hole 👀 (at King and Queens Bluff Park)

NaPoWriMo

it started with grand
intentions

so far the only fruits
are two haiku
and regret

Bloom 2. #spring #nofilter

Bloom 2. #spring #nofilter