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alt-j:

do any millionaires follow me that are bored

deersatan:

accidentally stuttering while saying your snarky comeback

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  #holy crap it's me  
I always feel as if I’m struggling to become someone else. As if I’m trying to find a new place, grab hold of a new life, a new personality. I suppose it’s part of growing up, yet it’s also an attempt to re-invent myself. By becoming a different me, I could free myself of everything. I seriously believed I could escape myself - as long as I made the effort. But I always hit a dead end. No matter where I go, I still end up me. What’s missing never changes. The scenery may change, but I’m still the same old incomplete person. The same missing elements torture me with a hunger that I can never satisfy. I think that lack itself is as close as I’ll come to defining myself.
Haruki Murakami, South of the Border, West of the Sun (via napred)

katkinkat:

i wish i could say “?????????” in real life it would be very useful

creepingmonsterism:

You know, Peter Parker is a great hero for the millennial generation because he’s always struggling economically and old newspaper editors think he’s a menace.

what she says: i'm fine
what she means: dRAGON AGE INQUiSITION
  #dragon age  

unclefather:

we take for granted all the times our nose isn’t stuffy

family: why won't you come with us?
me: there must always be a stark at winterfell
hektious:

????????????????

hektious:

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leekimhoung:

Dragon Age fandom right now: 

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evankart:

winter soldier

REBLOG IF YOU’RE A DRAGON

Unfortunately, the show is wrong, on both counts. Changing a scene from consensual sex to rape is not just a pedantic issue of accuracy—it’s a problem with story. The Daenerys Targaryen who falls in love with a man who granted her respect when no one else would is different from the Daenerys Targaryen who fell in love with her rapist. It changes that relationship. (Dany falling in love with Drogo, and calling him her “sun and stars,” makes a whole lot more sense now, doesn’t it?)

Similarly, Jaime is a figure of chivalric love in the books—despite his arrogance and ruthlessness, his devotion and sense of duty to Cersei, the only woman he has ever loved, is so fervent as to border on adoration. Admittedly, the show can’t rely on his point-of-view chapters, as the book does, to communicate that love. But given what we have seen Cersei Lannister capable of—her ex-husband is hardly the only man she’s had killed—is it even conceivable that she would stand for it? Jaime raping Cersei is a major anomaly for these two characters—even based purely on what we’ve seen in the show. It’s just not something that either character would do.

empathypure:

game of that didn’t happen in the books

myresin:

garrusdatingsimulator:

is this Mass Effect

Shakarian romance

myresin:

garrusdatingsimulator:

is this Mass Effect

Shakarian romance