Burning. Still burning, I think numbly. The fires at the coal mines belch black smoke in the distance. There’s no one left to care, though. More than ninety percent of the district’s population is dead. The remaining eight hundred or so are refugees in District 13—which, as far as I’m concerned, is the same thing as being homeless forever.


Snowflakes are a weird concept to me. What makes them that shape? Why do they just fall out of the sky shaped like that? Who is making them that shape? Why did my ex gf Fav my tweet where I announced that I got laid off. Why did you do that sharon


android commercial: *proves that they’re better than iphones in every way possible*

me: …and?

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remember when narcissa malfoy saved the entire wizarding world by being like “fuck this noise i’m getting my dumbass dude and my dumbass kid the hell out”

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An empty space where somebody used to stand 

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The wolf was looking at her. Its jaws were red and wet and its eyes glowed golden in the dark room. It was Bran’s wolf, she realized. Of course it was. “Thank you,” Catelyn whispered, her voice faint and tiny. She lifted her hand, trembling. The wolf padded closer, sniffed at her fingers, then licked at the blood with a wet rough tongue. When it had cleaned all the blood off her hand, it turned away silently and jumped up on Bran’s bed and lay down beside him. Catelyn began to laugh hysterically.

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Game of Thrones  +  Braids

I YAHOO!-ed Myself with Natalie Dormer (x)

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This is a story about…

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A Game Of Secondary Characters ♌ Samwell Tarly

"The world was full of cravens who pretended to be heroes; it took a queer sort of courage to admit to cowardice as Samwell Tarly had"
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Emilia Clarke photographed by Jason Bell



Most people still recognize Thomas Brodie Sangster as the little, love-lorn boy in Richard Curtis’ Love Actually. “It was my first-ever feature,” he says over drinks in Brooklyn. “It’s still something that I hold close to my heart, even though it comes up all the time. People are only ever nice about it.” (X)

are children small, or just far away?

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