S3 Character List revealed →
wicnet: Hibberd at EW has the scoop on characters now confirmed to be IN for S3, including: – Mance Rayder: We’ve heard about him all season. A former member of the Night’s Watch who became the “King Beyond the Wall,” the leader of the Wildlings. – Daario Naharis: A confident and seductive warrior. – Jojen Reed; Meera Reed: A teenage brother and sister duo with special insights. – Edmure...
Jelly and jam aren’t the same things, why would you even assume that? copperbooms: when i was younger i thought “peanut butter and jelly” meant like peanut butter and this and i was so distraught because i was like why the fuck would anyone eat peanut butter with that and on bread none the less what is wrong with people and why is this such a popular meal then i learnt that jelly in...
Reason #547024591 why J.K. Rowling is amazing:
Q: How did you decide that Molly Weasley would be the one to finish off Bellatrix?
Rowling: I always knew Molly was going to finish her off. I think there was some speculation that Neville would do it, because Neville obviously has a particular reason to hate Bellatrix. ..So there were lots of options for Blelatrix, but I never deviated. I wanted it to be Molly, and I wanted it to be Molly for two reasons. The first reason was I always saw Molly as a very good witch but someone whose light is necessarily hidden under a bushel, because she isn't in the kitchen a lot and she has had to raise, among others, Fred and George which is like, enough... I wanted Molly to have her moment and to show that because a woman had dedicated herself to her family does not mean that she doesn't have a lot of other talents. Second reason: It was the meeting of two kinds of - if you call what Bellatrix feels for Voldemort love, I guess we'll call it love, she has a kind of obsession with him, it's a very sick obsession ... and I wanted to match that kind of obsession with maternal love... the power that you give someone by loving them. So Molly was really an amazing exemplar of maternal love. ... There was something very satisfying about putting those two women together.
Cruel men believe in a cruel God and use their belief to excuse their cruelty....– Bertrand Russell (via monsieurleblanc)
Firefly just has - the best lines
toocooltobehipster: imagine if everybody was automatically thought of as being bisexual and you had to come out if you were straight
Behind every exquisite thing that existed, there was something tragic.– Oscar Wilde, The Picture of Dorian Gray (via 4mbivalent)
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