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A lot of people say that they don’t know what to make of him because one minute he’s nice to Sansa, the next minute he’s making her cry in the corridor. What’s his end game?


Thing is, he doesn’t have one. He’s an angry drunk. He wants to help Sansa and do right by her, but he also has a bad fuckin temper, and when he’s in a mood he’s horrible to be around. There’s no long term goal or reason for his actions; he acts how he feels at that particular moment. And that, I think, is the essence of the guy: he’s just a ball of impotent rage and frustration.

He’ll protect Sansa from the brunt of Joffery’s cruelty, but later on, when he’s off the clock so to speak and he’s had a few drinks, when Sansa is still trying to pretend like everything’s ok it pisses him off. He’s like “How can you keep lying to yourself, you idiot? Why do I even bother?” But the next day he sobers up and calms down, and starts it all over again. Nothing ever changes. His brother is still a revered knight with holdings and wealth, and everyone subscribes to the fiction that he’s not a complete monster. Meanwhile Sandor is still a body guard for a despicable little shit of a member of a family he’s been bound to since his birth. It’s the best he can hope for.

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ALLFATHER2233 on Sandor Clegane 

Sandor fans, and ASOIAF fans in general, read this. Beautiful analysis of The Hound.

(link to r/asoiaf, beware potential spoilers if you have not completed the series.)

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It was Nyong’o’s idea to have Patsey making corn dolls during what little free time she had.

'I felt she was robbed of her childhood and I wanted to find ways of capturing that sensibility. Steve loved the idea and I learnt how to make the dolls, and made one almost every day. It was a therapeutic thing for Patsey, a way to stay in the zone, a part of her that couldn’t be enslaved.'

It was Nyong’o’s idea to have Patsey making corn dolls during what little free time she had.

'I felt she was robbed of her childhood and I wanted to find ways of capturing that sensibility. Steve loved the idea and I learnt how to make the dolls, and made one almost every day. It was a therapeutic thing for Patsey, a way to stay in the zone, a part of her that couldn’t be enslaved.'

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annadittmann:

"Tetra"
A late night anatomy study evolved into a pufferfish lady. I’m not really sure…
annadittmann.com

annadittmann:

"Tetra"

A late night anatomy study evolved into a pufferfish lady. I’m not really sure…

annadittmann.com

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sansastarkt:

Lizzie. I’m sorry I yelled at you. Just look at the flowers, like you’re supposed to. Count one, two, three. Come on, let’s count together. Look at the pink ones over there, you see? One, two, three.

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Hasta El Fin de los Dias - ‘Til the End of Days by Javier de la Torre

opticallyaroused:

A Quartet of Critically Endangered Egyptian Tortoises

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You Cannot Rest Here

meeplol:

Have you ever played a video game where you have to sleep to recover? They only let you do it if everything is safe. Otherwise they won’t let you sleep. You’ll get a message, saying “You cannot sleep now, there are monsters nearby.”

Now, remember the last time you just couldn’t get to sleep?

I do.

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delicious-food-porn:


Fudge brownie cupcakes with cookie dough frosting

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fairytalemood:

Beautiful Darkness / Jolies Ténèbres by Fabien Vehlmann & Kerascoët

A dark fairy tale about surviving the human experience

Aurora’s having a tea party with Hector, the prince she’s been dreaming about, when a sudden deluge forces them to take shelter elsewhere. They emerge from the skull of a dead girl into the woods at night, and find themselves amongst a crowd of tiny people, all of whom are milling about. Aurora quickly takes charge of the situation, and at first things seem to be going well for most of her friends. Despite a few injuries and deaths and a lot of hunger, they forage successfully, and befriend a mouse that lives in the neighborhood. But as time goes by, more and more of the little people begin to lose hope, turning against one another in brutal ways.

Beautiful Darkness is a harrowing look at the human psyche and the darkness that hides behind the routine politeness and meaningless kindness of civilized society. The sweet faces and bright leaves of Kerascoet’s joyful watercolors only serve to highlight the evil which dwells beneath, as characters allow their pettiness, greed, and jealousy to take over. Beautiful Darkness presents a bleak allegory on the human condition; Kerascoet and Vehlman’s work is a searing condemnation of our vast capacity for evil writ tiny. 

Now available in English from Drawn & Quarterly | pdf preview

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fairytale-caro-chan:

One of my favorite Fairytales *__*

fairytale-caro-chan:

One of my favorite Fairytales *__*

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The Summit

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On the scale of Spartacus to Athelstan, how well do you take to being captured and kidnapped by foreigners who slaughter your people?

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The Northern girl. Winterfell’s daughter. We heard she killed the king with a spell, and afterwards changed into a wolf with the big leather wings of a bat, and flew out the tower window.

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I just don’t get it.

You don’t get what?

You’re an eleven and I’m a four.

I have no idea what you’re talking about.

(Source: justagirlnamedkayla, via sadbrownwomanparty-deactivated2)