sometimes i feel sad but then i remember that grrm said that there’s definitely something going on between sansa & sandor and that cocteau’s beauty and the beast is one of his favourite movies
sansa comparing some men she meets with sandor iS TOO MUCH FOR ME TO HANDLE
Thank you ever so much!! <3
rory mccann said that a shirtless scene was planned but the director said he had to keep his shirt on……….. why……………
He was told to keep his shirt on because the director knew that shirtless Rory would cause televisions to explode from the excessive heat.
It looks heavy!
A hodge podge of feelings about Sansa and Sandor, together or apart, and how they affect each other, and why this ship is literarily valid, but must be checked for various reasons.
In which Emily and I discuss the problems with romanticizing canon interractions
In which Emily makes a chart and it is good and it is still literarily relevant in tv canon
In which I explain why this is one of few ships containing Sansa that considers what she wants and her own personal growth
In which I discuss that Sandor’s brutality is an important part of the entire story of ASOIAF and is actually evolving into a weapon for good (because Sansa)
In which I analyze what Sandor’s POV on the night of the Battle of the Blackwater may have shown us (and also I don’t think it’s rape)
In which Emily discusses Sandor and his relationship to misogyny/feminism
In which we acknowledge that Sandor knows he’s an asshole and that’s good
In which Corseque reminds you that Sansa ships it
In which I answered a character meme about him, and just, he’s really lovely, ok? love him!
In which I did the same with Sansa, ok, love her? ok? love. her.
Some tiddly bits on Gregor:
→ Au : Got Race!bending: (East) Asian Fancast :
Daniel Wu as Jn Snow, Michelle Yeoh as Catelyn Stark, Zhou Xun as Daenerys Targaryen, Suzuka Ogo as Arya Stark, Andy Lau as Stannis Baratheon, Liu Yifei as Sansa stark, Chow Yun Fat as Tywin Lannister, Gong Li as Cersei Lannister, Chang Chen as Jaime Lannister, Zhang Ziyi as Margaery Tyrell, Huang Xiaoming as Robb Stark, Ken Watanabe as Ned Stark
Inspired by (x)
mary interrogates john about moriarty so AGGRESSIVELY like calm down don’t give your own game away too obviously
Mary: OMG WHAT MORIARTY IS DEAD HE’S DEAD ISN’T HE FUCK I WAS SURE HE WAS DEAD … uh, i mean, you said he was dead right? Like not like I have a personal investment or anything, haha, just, you know, didn’t you um … you said he was dead, didn’t you, I seem to recall? Haha …
I can’t stop doing these
hermione + text posts
- pointed out acne
- treated you like a little slave (you get them EVERYTHING)
- made fun of people who you idolize
- made you feel like an outcast
- ever called you a mistake or worthless
- forced you to go to a place where you weren’t comfortable
- made jokes about your weight
- made you cry
- made you break down
- made you feel like you were all alone
If so I’m going to send each and everyone of you a message!
At first she worked in a pool of women performing math calculations. Katherine has referred to the women in the pool as virtual `computers who wore skirts.’ Their main job was to read the data from the black boxes of planes and carry out other precise mathematical tasks. Then one day, Katherine (and a colleague) were temporarily assigned to help the all-male flight research team. Katherine’s knowledge of analytic geometry helped make quick allies of male bosses and colleagues to the extent that,’they forgot to return her to the pool.’ While the racial and gender barriers were always there, she ignored them. She was assertive, asking to be included in editorial meetings (where no women had gone before.) She simply told people she had done the work and that she belonged.
Constant van Paesschen e Citizenguard Toscan de Sainte Hermelle
"It’s a reaction against the perfectness of things like Friends, I have a very low tolerance for enthusiasm generally. Television should reflect how we live. I get depressed by how good-looking everyone is on television. You never get the sense that they smell or are at all crusty. We wanted to avoid the airbrushed slickness of most things. I want viewers to feel that these characters find clumps of pubic hair in the most unexpected places around the house."