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queensansastark:

Sansa Stark Appreciation Week // Day 3: Favorite Season/Book

"A Clash of Kings"


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SNAPE WEEK: Day 3: Favourite Scene

"From the tip of his wand burst the silver doe. She landed on the office floor, bounded once across the office, and soared out of the window. Dumbledore watched her fly away, and as her silvery glow faded he turned back to Snape, and his eyes were full of tears."


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221b-bitch-please-street:

gabite:

cradily:

sophlaa:

cradily:

irish is such a shady language because hello is “dia duit” but directly translated it means “god be with you” and when someone says hello back they say “dia is muire duit” which means “god and mary be with you” .. its like “i see your god and i raise you the holy virgin whatcha gonna do bout it bitch”

irish isnt a language…

Ith mo thóin

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When asked by another reporter how Lagertha was able to reconcile with Aslaug, the woman pregnant with Ragnar’s child, Winnick said: 
“I think Lagertha understands the dynamic, and if anything I think she blames Ragnar more than Aslaug. Here’s a woman that shows up without having any support, shows up with a swollen belly, needs the help of Ragnar. [Leaving] shows [Lagertha’s] character of being a strong woman, and not having her ego get the best of her and being able to make a decision that she will do what’s right for herself and stick up for herself and decide that this is not the best situation for her and she really needs to leave. So, if anything, who do you really blame in a situation when someone cheats on someone? Do you blame the mistress, or do you blame the husband?”

The Mary Sue: Comic-Con Interviews: The Cast & Creator of History’s Vikings Discuss Their Strong Female Characters

thelothbroks:

When asked by another reporter how Lagertha was able to reconcile with Aslaug, the woman pregnant with Ragnar’s child, Winnick said:

“I think Lagertha understands the dynamic, and if anything I think she blames Ragnar more than Aslaug. Here’s a woman that shows up without having any support, shows up with a swollen belly, needs the help of Ragnar. [Leaving] shows [Lagertha’s] character of being a strong woman, and not having her ego get the best of her and being able to make a decision that she will do what’s right for herself and stick up for herself and decide that this is not the best situation for her and she really needs to leave. So, if anything, who do you really blame in a situation when someone cheats on someone? Do you blame the mistress, or do you blame the husband?”

The Mary Sue: Comic-Con Interviews: The Cast & Creator of History’s Vikings Discuss Their Strong Female Characters


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positive lady characters meme → martha jones + powerful moments


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fangirl challenge: [3/30] friendships » caroline forbes, bonnie bennett + elena gilbert, the vampire diaries

"So we all agree? No more moping about life’s little failures and no more dabbling the dark arts of boyfriends past. This is a fresh start."


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But first, let me take a selfie. Game of Thrones Edition {insp}


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pottergenes:

"What’s a Wheezy?"…"The thing Harry Potter will miss most, sir!” 

i did one for ginny and now finally have done one for ron

this could have been so much longer

 


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We all just in here cause we took a wrong turn going to church. Listen. What you did or didn’t do, that shit’s irrelevant now.