Power is a curious thing
Hi there! Name is Carmen. Welcome to a blog which is generally just a collection of things I like and that I find funny. Warning there is a lot of A Song of Ice and Fire/Game of Thrones and Supernatural. I hail from a rather shitty town in BC Canada. Thats all folks.
“I’m Stannis. I hate sunshine. When did gum get so fancy? This escalator goes too fast.”
- Stannis Baratheon, A Clash of Kings (via agabeofthrones)

helveticake:

i feel like all joffrey needed was to get turned into a llama for a while

aaltje-in-wonderland:

—Netflix would be by far the best dating site. “Here are 9 other singles in your area who have also watched Breaking Bad for 12 straight hours”

“When Tywin Lannister spoke, men obeyed. When Cersei spoke, they felt free to to counsel her, to contradict her, even refuse her. It is all because I am a woman. Because I cannot fight them with a sword. They gave Robert more respect then they give me, and Robert was a witless sot. She would not suffer it, especially not from Jaime.”
- A Feast for Crows (via feministasoiaf)

dondarrion:

remember the part in cat’s first chapter like “she’d lived in the north for many years now but something still seemed really fucked up and weird about bleeding trees with faces”

ginevvra:

identical looking boys raised in different cultures, one born into aristocracy and wizard robes, the other into induced poverty and overly large hand-me-downs. identical looking boys with a flair for flying and a propensity for danger and mischief. identical looking boys emotionally dependent on a blue-blooded rebel with love-starved eyes and a cruel mouth. identical looking boys who shared the same magical guardian, the king of the forest. identical looking boys who never really knew each other but lived inside each other and shared a last name. identical looking boys whose last acts were of self-sacrifice, only the latter was given a second chance at life. 

two sides of the same coin; harry, the boy who lived, and james, the boy who died.

“I find it amusing, and secretly pleasing, that I have so many fans who are interested in the history. I’m not sure if they would so eagerly study real history, you know? In school perhaps they’re bored with all the Henrys in English history, but they’ll gladly follow the Targaryen dynasty.”
- George R.R. Martin (via supersherlokid)