sansaspark:

disabledxena:

I left flowers for Lady, Ned, Cat, Robb, Renly, Viserys, and extra flowers for Ros, Irri, and Mirri Maz Duur. 


meggannn:

maybewereallinsane:

#little dove #because she’s a beautiful thing kept in a cage#little bird #because sandor sees her as someone he can only admire from afar#little flamingo #because flamingos are pink and she’s a redhead #little american bald eagle #because she’s a stark and starks are an endangered species by now#little preying mantis #because she seems relatively harmless until she does kung-fu #little flying squirrel #because she doesn’t seem to be capable of flight until whoah mothafukka she leaps from one tree and is airborne #sansa for all the avian metaphors

#i thought we were heading for a really deep asoiaf meta #but this is just as good


d0nn0:

Girl: u like horror games? 

Me: ye

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thespacegoat:

straight girls tho, do you ever get confused by your sexuality because not only do men suck but also like 90% of women are fucking bombshells and only like 20% of men are like most chicks could pass for models and most men could pass for bridge trolls i mean wow


Omg so my leg just like stopped working?? and I got up and fell over. I just lay on the floor laughing to myself for awhile.


"Jaime Lannister is a fine figure of a man, a traditional concept of everything a man could want to be. The idea of that relationship, with all of its tension and complexity, lacking a sexual aspect is very interesting to me because we see a man finding a woman truly attractive for her character. It transcends, or just not yet includes, a sexual motivation."
— Gwendoline Christie (via until-the-next-time)

The Little Mermaid (1989) - Background design.


pixalry:

Middle Earth Travel Posters - Created by The Green Dragon Inn

Prints are available for sale on Etsy.


stonefoxie:

“Normality is a paved road: It’s comfortable to walk, but no flowers grow on it.”
— Vincent van Gogh

stonefoxie:

“Normality is a paved road: It’s comfortable to walk, but no flowers grow on it.”

— Vincent van Gogh