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sasstrid-and-dorkcup:

madehimsaycomfychairs:

floacist:

iwishitwas1983:

I’m crying.

LMAOOOOOOOOO the screaming in the beginning

"mr. owl"
"oh jesus christ"
"please don’t give me that look"
"please don’t fly"

DYING omg

That owl is 30000000% done

every time this video graces me with its presence i feel obliged to reblog it




zieli:

so cool




creganstark:

asoiaf great houses - martell of dorne

(wallpaper), (insp)

creganstark:

asoiaf great houses - martell of dorne

(wallpaper), (insp)




lady-darklaws:

People can be quite cruel, I find, about Margaery: “Oh, she’s another malicious, calculating character who’s after the Throne.” But I don’t think in regards with her attitude to the public and her attitude to Sansa – she’s not disingenuous. I don’t see the two as mutually exclusive, as modern politicians themselves would say. I think she has a heart. I think she can be very sincere. I just think she’s a pragmatist. […] It is in the books that Margaery is like that. There is an awareness in her, other than just beating and repressing the people down. She is sort of courting popularity, public popularity.[…] She’s so much fun to play. I’ve never played a character like this. It’s like, she’s so close to the line. “Is she serious? Is she joking? Is she sincere in what she’s saying, or is she just a player?” That’s what’s fun to play – the ambiguity.



 - Natalie Dormer, about Margaery Tyrell

lady-darklaws:

People can be quite cruel, I find, about Margaery: “Oh, she’s another malicious, calculating character who’s after the Throne.” But I don’t think in regards with her attitude to the public and her attitude to Sansa – she’s not disingenuous. I don’t see the two as mutually exclusive, as modern politicians themselves would say. I think she has a heart. I think she can be very sincere. I just think she’s a pragmatist. […] It is in the books that Margaery is like that. There is an awareness in her, other than just beating and repressing the people down. She is sort of courting popularity, public popularity.
[…] She’s so much fun to play. I’ve never played a character like this. It’s like, she’s so close to the line. “Is she serious? Is she joking? Is she sincere in what she’s saying, or is she just a player?” That’s what’s fun to play – the ambiguity.

 - Natalie Dormer, about Margaery Tyrell




prrb:

please turn on the audio for this




moshimoshijeffyboydesu:

ten is a real bro




Peter’s first meeting with the TARDIS (i suppose)
[x]




hammerbacks:

fangirl challenge: funniest scenes/moments [5/7] - “from bean to cup, you fuck up.” (the thick of it, series 3 episode 1)

"oh, well that’s great! that’s really fucking great! that’s another fucking thing, right there!"




❝Lisa’s role on The Simpsons is a natural fit for episodes where the writers want to ground the show in emotional reality. For some, that makes her something of a killjoy, a too-rational counterpoint to Springfield’s broader comic insanity. And in 25 years, she, like every other member of the family, has certainly seen those qualities exaggerated in unflattering ways. But there’s a reason why Lisa is at the center of some of the show’s most affecting episodes (especially with Yeardley Smith as her voice)—of all the myriad residents of Springfield, Lisa is the most alone.
 
Sure, her family loves her—in their way—but her intelligence sets her apart, even as the little girl in her wants nothing more than to be one of the crowd. Lisa appeals to every viewer who looks at the craziness and boorishness of a loud, dumb world and longs to both transcend it and be embraced by it. And since Springfield is our world, only exponentially crazier and more boorish, Lisa’s isolation is even more profound❞










lupinatic:

#called needy, whiny and weak by the fandom