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Hellooo Sophy here~
This is very much a multi fandom blog so theres lots of variety :) I like harry potter, doctor who, supernatural, marvel, merlin, hannibal, sherlock, elementary, and the list goes on. i love to talk to you guys so feel free to message me anytime :)
my pottermore username: EchoDraconis31 :) cheers.
valley of fandoms
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Meeting Ariana Grande, Then and Now.

etherealpussy:

jackanthonyfernandez:

omg this is messy as fuck

they came with receipts too
she better pray this doesn’t reach any gossip sites

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"Q: It seems as if the introduction of viewpoint chapters for the “villains” are intended to humanize them, or at least make them somewhat sympathetic. That seems to have not been the case with the recent Circe [sic] chapters where we learn that her actions weren’t driven by her resentment over being a woman in a man’s game, but rather over fear of a prophecy. To me it seemed like you were letting us into her head only to make her less likeable. What was your expectation for her chapters and how do you feel that your approach to her character differed from the way you’ve treated the more redemptive POVs of Jaime and Tyrion?

A: I don’t concern myself over whether my characters are “likeable” or “sympathetic.” (I had my fill of that in television). My interest is in trying to make them real and human. If I can create a fully-fleshed three-dimensional character, some of my readers will like him/ her, or some won’t, and that’s fine with me. That’s the way real people react to real people in the real world, after all. Look at the range of opinions we get on politicans and movie stars. If EVERYONE likes a certain character, or hates him, that probably means he’s made of cardboard. So I will let my readers decide who they like, admire, hate, pity, sympathize with, etc. The fact that characters like Sansa, Catelyn, Jaime, and Theon provoke such a wide range of reactions suggests to me that I have achieved my goal in making them human."

a fan and George R. R. Martin, Barnes and Noble forums, 4/15/2008

just pointing out, GRRM did not write Jaime’s POV with the intention of making him sympathetic or Cersei with the intention of making her unsympathetic — readers interpret them that way. 

(via jaimelannister)

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the-steve-bucky-ship:

darthstitch:


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A Steve is a Steve no matter how small. 
A Steve is a Steve no matter how tall.

Really highlights how much of a difference Bucky would have had to get used to.
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Name a british actor who has never been in drag.

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GO ON, DO IT.image

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I DARE YOU.

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omfg

you forgot these two

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Also don’t forget.

GUYS

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the reblog button is so important to me when this post comes along

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(Source: onefuckedupteenagegirl)

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