ladylannistarth

rumour:

parents: please clean ur room

yall: god my parents are so fucking abusive pieces of trash im running away please donate to my paypal i need money to run away im 12 also buy me the new pokemon game

Make that Call of Duty/Halo/Minecraft and THEN this post will be 100% accurate.

Little kids don’t play good kid games anymore. They’re all too big for their britches. >.>

meeredy

You’re the one that Lyon loves!

I don’t want to be loved!

People may think this scene is cute.
It’s not. T_T

alayneestone-archive

Snow was falling on the Eyrie. Outside the flakes drifted down as soft and silent as memory. The sight took Sansa back to cold nights long ago, in the long summer of her childhood. 

She had last seen snow the day she’d left Winterfell. That was a lighter fall than this, she remembered. Robb had melting flakes in his hair when he hugged me, and the snowball Arya tried to make kept coming apart in her hands. It hurt to remember how happy she had been that morning. Hullen had helped her mount, and she’d ridden out with the snowflakes swirling around her, off to see the great wide world. I thought my song was beginning that day, but it was almost done.
The snow fell and the castle rose. It was only a castle when she began, but before very long Sansa knew it was Winterfell. Soon her gloves and her boots were crusty white, her hands were tingling, and her feet were soaked and cold, but she did not care. The castle was all that mattered.

This is a beautiful excerpt from Sansa in the A Storm of Swords. The beauty and emotion behind this scene is poignantly elevated by the theme of Winterfell. So much so that it brings back the devastating heart break I felt upon first reading this scene in the book.

Beautiful. Heart breaking.

Without the inner narration from Sansa’s pov, it will be difficult for the show to convey the same effect, even with the aid of the musical score…

thewench-and-thekingslayer

thewench-and-thekingslayer:

It was so difficult to sit in front of my tv and watch Jaime Lannister’s character death.

He had all of last season to make himself a better man and it was destroyed in a 2 minute scene.

I really have no words to express my rage and disgust (towards Dickhead and Douchebag) at this time, but I…

I think they really *bleeped* Jaime over. I have been saying how he is my favorite character to my whole family, and tonight I had to sit there and apologize for how disgraceful that scene was.

I knew they hooked up in the books, but I was seriously begging until the last second for it not to happen in the show. It did not fit the character arc they’ve been setting up AT ALL. In the book it made more sense, because he just got back and it was a heat of the moment thing. The timing was HORRIBLE in the show.