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"The Margaery Tyrell who walks into the Sept a fortnight from now will inspire a thousand songs.” (The Lion and The Rose, 4x02)
I’d marathon Lord of the Rings with you
by ancient proverb, displaying an enormous amount of love and tolerance (via middle-earth-and-westeros)

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nph-burtka:

Neil Patrick Harris | Vanity Fair May 2014 Issue

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I burned a cigarette into my skin
To punish myself for letting you in
But I did not feel any pain
All it left was a mark, a stain
And it washed away with soap
Along with any semblance of hope
That my soul, mind, or body would recover
Love is one of those things that you discover
When you are young
And your heart is yet to be stung
When you’re older it’s a thing you miss
Being able to recover from a kiss
Now I stand here broken
Six months since we’ve spoken
And try as I might I can’t forget
And as much as I want I can’t regret
One single fucking minute spent with you
I’ve turned to the bottle, what else could I do?

I just hope that you’re happy, wherever you are
And that you think of me sometimes
Just sometimes
When you lie under the stars.


by Wanderlust - wineandtobacco (via wineandtobacco)

“We will dance again,” he promised. “On the morrow, and the morrow. Every day we’ll dance, till I am as good with my left hand as ever I was with the right.”

"I wish you were in this room with me right now. I wish I could put my arms around you. I wish I could touch you." - Her, 2013
I mean, Joffrey, as monstrous as he is — and certainly he’s just as monstrous in the books as he is in the TV show, and Jack has brought some incredible acting chops to the role that somehow makes him even more loathsome than he is on the page — but Joffrey in the books is still a 13-year-old kid. And there’s kind of a moment there where he knows that he’s dying and he can’t get a breath and he’s kind of looking at Tyrion and at his mother and at the other people in the hall with just terror and appeal in his eyes—you know, “Help me mommy, I’m dying.” And in that moment, I think even Tyrion sees a 13-year-old boy dying before him. So I didn’t want it to be entirely, “Hey-ho, the witch is dead.” I wanted the impact of the death to still strike home on to perhaps more complex feelings on the part of the audience, not necessarily just cheering.
by George R.R. Martin (via feanorr)

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Now my answer to any and everything

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