YOUTUBERS SEEM TO HAVE AN ENDLESS FUCKING SUPPLY OF MONEY LIKE ILL JUST FLY TO LONDON FOR THE WEEKEND JUST FOR FUNSIES AND THEN ILL FLY TO NEW YORK THEN ILL GO TO LA THEN ILL GO BACK TO LONDON TO FILM SOMETHING.
AND I AM HERE CHOOSING WHETHER OR NOT I WANT TO BUY A LUNCHABLES OR 4 DONUTS BECAUSE I ONLY HAVE 5 DOLLARS IN VAIOUS COINS
"Has Neville never told you why he has been brought up by his grandmother? His father, Frank, was an Auror just like Professor Moody. He and his wife were tortured for information about Voldemort’s whereabouts after he lost his powers, as you heard." "So they’re dead?" said Harry quietly. “No,” said Dumbledore, his voice full of a bitterness Harry had never heard there before. “They are insane. They are both in St. Mungo’s Hospital for Magical Maladies and Injuries. I believe Neville visits them, with his grandmother, during the holidays. They do not recognize him.”
Can you tell I’m a little sick of seeing people say Ron was selfish and a bad friend?
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What’s love all about? “It’s about sharing ideas, wishes, experiences. But it doesn’t put limits on your life. The couple should find their own limits. Sticking to the typical rules doesn’t improve the relationship. That’s what I think.” — Rai
I think to a certain extent the asoiaf fandom, particularly within the Tyrell circle, has started to glorify Willas. We haven’t even met the bloke and yet we’ve fallen for the stories that Margaery has told (in order to impress Sansa) and from what Sansa has envisioned. He’s become this sort of… Jane Austen type figure, where he’s kind and gentle and sits in fields and writes love poems whilst hounds frolic around him. When I think that image, like so many other Tyrell images, are carefully cultivates and constructed in order to impress, when in reality he’s got faults and issues.
What we’ve been told is that he writes stories and he is kind and gentle. But this was told by Margaery to a girl who was supposed to marry him. I wouldn’t go on telling someone you want to have marry your brother about his faults. I mean, Loras is supposed to be this amazing guy who is kind and gentle and the perfect chivalrous knight. But then as the story progresses and we see Loras more, we come to realize he’s a hot-head suffering from PTSD, had a loving relationship with another man that had been going on for probably a few years, and has real troubles controlling himself (and likes to look at naughty picture books). Who is to say the same wont be for Willas? The Tyrells have two sized to their perfectly polished coins.
I mean the Tyrell family as a whole has another side to it. No, they are not Lannisters— that is the whole point. But they aren’t the fluffy puppies that others seem to think they are. We know the Tyrells are very much a family that is tightly knit that had no issues with disregarding those who are not Tyrells if it will aid them in the long run. They aren’t purposely cruel, but they also aren’t afraid to do what they think has to be done. I mean, they carry out an assassination and then place the blame of said murder on the hands of two people whom they were previously friendly with— Sansa and Tyrion. But because they weren’t Tyrells, who cares? I love the Tyrells, but it must be stressed that they have made themselves out to be a certain type of people, and this image is carefully maintained and constructed for a very good reason. They are kind, gentle, graceful, but willing to plot, scheme and assassinate for that chance for power; like any other family playing the game.
I just think some people might be disappointed when they actually meet Willas in the later books (because GRRM has confirmed this so yay!) I don’t think he’s going to be the Jane Austen figure that has been built around him by the fandom based off of Sansa’s imagination. I think he’s going to have some layers to him that aren’t picture perfect. As the heir to probably the most powerful house in Westeros, I don’t think he can be the gentle dude we’ve made him out to be, otherwise he wouldn’t survive. He needs to have that razors edge, and I think we’re going to see it.
Writers end up writing about their obsessions. Things that haunt them; things they can’t forget; stories they carry in their bodies waiting to be released."