daeneryus:

shacess:

daeneryus:

alternative house words:

  • stark: bad decision making 101 (now with 110% more honor)
  • targaryen: incest is best
  • lannister: dolla dolla bills ya’ll
  • baratheon: oh i just cant WAIT to be king
  • tyrell: flowers and homosexuals
  • greyjoy: fuck u i won’t do what u tell me
  • tully: [fish noises]
  • martell: we’re fuckin badass and u all know it

frey?

  • frey: those assholes that guard the bridge

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sclez:

The fact George Blagden, a presumably heterosexual young man, openly talks about the fact he ships Enjolras and Grantaire with a kind of burning that’s usually only attributed to urinary tract infections, and then posts his own dorky version of fanart calligraphy on the internet without being embarrassed, feeling emasculated or even acting up as if it’s something shameful that he’s doing; it just makes me sit and stare at a corner quietly for a minute because the colours of the world are changing and they’re taking the form of small elven-faun-like men.

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marinashutup:

the only people to meet brienne and greet her with respect instead of insults on her size and appearance

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"I want to always be able to do things that I’m passionate about. I always want to be proud of my work. I always want to be a truthful person.”

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msaether:

if you havent started following false-bravado due to my obsessively reblogging i don’t know whats wrong with you

larrysgirl:

Always reblog, because perfect hair is perfectly touchable.

larrysgirl:

Always reblog, because perfect hair is perfectly touchable.

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221beemine:

I’ve pondered this shot since TSOT aired. I kept wondering why we were shown the hug from this angle. At first I thought it had to do with John’s private nature, especially his private feelings about Sherlock: so private he can’t admit them to his therapist after Sherlock’s “death,” so private he makes sure Mrs. Hudson’s not watching before he touches Sherlock’s headstone. Here, he hides his face behind Sherlock’s before hugging him, and we get a private glimpse of his face full of adoration for his friend, but the guests do not.
Then I realized I had it backward. This shot isn’t about John hiding his face from the guests. When I don’t know how to understand a choice of cinematography, I usually think “What would I have meant by that choice?” And I realized that my wedding photography experience could indeed answer this question. It took me a long time to come up with because I don’t usually go behind the altar during the wedding ceremony, but I have done it enough to know that this is the kiss shot. This is the shot I do when the couple kiss. It’s one of the most important photographs to get of the wedding day; couples always, always request it. The usual way to do it is from the perspective of the guests, from the angle that most of Sherlock’s speech is filmed in TSOT, but this is a foreground-background connection: this is the shot I do when I want to show that the couple are celebrating their love in front of everyone they know. 
That’s what this shot is. It’s John showing how much he cares about Sherlock, in front of God and congregation, in front of and family and friends. Just because his face is hidden doesn’t mean he’s not demonstrating his feelings for all to see, here, for the very first time.

221beemine:

I’ve pondered this shot since TSOT aired. I kept wondering why we were shown the hug from this angle. At first I thought it had to do with John’s private nature, especially his private feelings about Sherlock: so private he can’t admit them to his therapist after Sherlock’s “death,” so private he makes sure Mrs. Hudson’s not watching before he touches Sherlock’s headstone. Here, he hides his face behind Sherlock’s before hugging him, and we get a private glimpse of his face full of adoration for his friend, but the guests do not.

Then I realized I had it backward. This shot isn’t about John hiding his face from the guests. When I don’t know how to understand a choice of cinematography, I usually think “What would I have meant by that choice?” And I realized that my wedding photography experience could indeed answer this question. It took me a long time to come up with because I don’t usually go behind the altar during the wedding ceremony, but I have done it enough to know that this is the kiss shot. This is the shot I do when the couple kiss. It’s one of the most important photographs to get of the wedding day; couples always, always request it. The usual way to do it is from the perspective of the guests, from the angle that most of Sherlock’s speech is filmed in TSOT, but this is a foreground-background connection: this is the shot I do when I want to show that the couple are celebrating their love in front of everyone they know

That’s what this shot is. It’s John showing how much he cares about Sherlock, in front of God and congregation, in front of and family and friends. Just because his face is hidden doesn’t mean he’s not demonstrating his feelings for all to see, here, for the very first time.

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…when you need me

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