the-love-of-reblog:

Just imagine though, the Muggleborn 11 year olds show up at Hogwarts, get sorted, enjoy the great feast, and start settling into their dorms all excited about the first year at wizard school. Then they remember, just as the prefect is leaving, “Oh I almost forgot to ask, what’s the wifi password?”
And the pure blood prefect gives them a puzzled look, “What’s ‘wifi?’”
And just like that, Hogwarts is a terrifying place.

kingofconeyisland:

The Fault In Our Stars looks so good.

kingofconeyisland:

The Fault In Our Stars looks so good.

captainflowerhomo:

schmergo:

My attempts to explain that Les Miserables is not set during the French Revolution are about as futile as the revolution in Les Miserables.

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real-faker:

I’ve probably reblogged this before but Sinfest is literally the best comic so

"Please, call me Creepyr"
Petyr Baelish at some point probably  (via jadeyoh)

enjoras:

on a scale of oberyn martell to sansa stark how good are you at hiding how much you hate someone

Move Bitch (Get Out the Way)
Ludacris

tohavechosenevil:

not sure if this has been done already??? 

chaiteaquila:

This might actually be my favourite line in the whole entire show.

chaucerettescs:

I’m so glad that the show didn’t discuss Lysa Arryn’s deeply disturbing and tragic backstory, because if they hadn’t rushed through the Moondoor scene, then we might not have had time for Melisandre casually chatting while naked in a bathtub.

yay

"I want to bring those who have wronged me to justice. And all those who have wronged me are right here. I will begin with Ser Gregor Clegane, who killed my sister’s children and then raped her with their blood still on his hands before killing her, too. I will be your champion.”

"Sometimes [Petyr] sees Sansa and she’s the daughter he never had. The daughter he might have had with Cat if he and Cat had been married, as he dreamed when he was a small boy living in her father’s castle and was so madly in love with her. But at other times, he detaches himself from that and he’s less Petyr and he’s more Littlefinger. And she’s just another piece in the game of thrones, she’s just another valuable piece he’s going to use to get what he wants. And yet at other times she’s not Catelyn’s daughter, she’s like young Cat. She’s his teenage fantasy returned again. Then his feelings for her are sexual and romantic."
George R. R. Martin on Littlefinger’s feelings for Sansa and Catelyn, x (via queenargelladurrendon)