Watching Game of Thrones
- Theon (on tv): What is dead may never die.
- Me: *laughs*
- Morgan: What's funny?
- Me: My brain automatically followed it with "But rises again, harder and stronger." But that's not going to happen again for you, Theon.
"The most noble child the gods put on this good earth."
Holy shit, Pycelle, how do you say that without being actively struck down by the Seven?
Seriously just want more of Pod and Brienne travelling together. Just make the whole show about this.
Word clouds generated from Sansa Stark’s dialogue and italicized internal monologue from books 1-2.
The first cloud is the period before King Robert’s death.
The second cloud is the period after King Robert’s death.
Most often used words in the first cloud: “Father, want, Ser”
Most often used words in the second cloud: “please, your, Grace”
Positively connotative words are in blue. Negative words are in red.
terrible > stupid > fool > poor > smelly > ugly > horrible > awful > evil
good > brave > gentle > kind > sweet > splendid > true > fair > magical
#the contrast is super depressing #the words changed color depending on how she used them #please changed because she stopped asking for lemon cakes with it and started begging for her father’s life with it #love changed because she only used the word to lie about how much she loved Joffrey
I know there’s a lot of uproar over that scene in Game of Thrones last night, which I think has been addressed better by other people than I can right now.
But can we also take a moment about Oberyn Martell? Can someone have a chat with the writers and explain that he doesn’t need to be having, discussing, or preparing for sex in nearly all of his screen time? He’s one of the characters I was most looking forward to, but I feel like his storyline is getting a little lost as the writers decide there’s only one way they can express a passionate person on screen.
Winter better be coming, Kingslayer, ‘cause Loras Tyrell just burned you.
*gasps* Next week?
"Hush, now, child. I’m off to see your father."
Oh, Ser Rodrik, you were such a badass to your dying breath.