kelseyridge13:

I don’t understand critics who find Horatio’s character unclear.  I find him the most relatable part of the play.  Horatio’s got a friend he loves, and his friend’s life is going to hell, and Horatio wants to help him, even if he doesn’t always know how, even if he doesn’t always understand.  He’d give his soul for Hamlet, even when Hamlet’s gone weird, gone mental, or just plain gone.  You can say Horatio’s incoherent.  I’ll say you and I do friendship differently.

gameofthrones-fanart:

Game of Thrones Women: The Ladies of Ice and Fire Illustrations by Azim Al Ghussein

sebbystan:

the selfie generation; songs for the 90s bitches, the young volcanoes, and anyone who’s feeling 22 — because when “the greatest generation” started shitting all over us, we wrote love songs to ourselves ♥ {listen}

wnderlst:

Cinque Terre, Italy | Faisal Syed

wnderlst:

Cinque Terre, Italy | Faisal Syed

miceofeuropa:

might be spending my spring break learning dothraki verb conjugations instead of catching up on homework and learning lines

i guess a passing knowledge of sindarin and a few khuzdul phrases wasn’t enough?

someone stop me, i just want to study invented languages forever wow

oh mY GOD I just stumbled across the blog of the guy who invented the languages for Game of Thrones and apparently some guy is writing an epic poem called the Daeneryd which is written in High Valyrian Graeco-Roman hexameter and it starts with

"Ābre se zaldrīzī bone ivāedan hen Essot jitte
ēlī Pento se Dothrakoti Embraro rȳ ondoso vējo”

which translates to “Dragons and that woman I sing, from Essos sent / First through Pentos, then the Dothraki sea, by the hand of fate…”

jesus CHRIST my love of linguistics, game of thrones, graeco-roman epics and writing metered poetry in an invented language all in one beautiful, glorious blog post

might be spending my spring break learning dothraki verb conjugations instead of catching up on homework and learning lines

i guess a passing knowledge of sindarin and a few khuzdul phrases wasn’t enough?

someone stop me, i just want to study invented languages forever wow

pinesollux:

humans are kinda cute we pass stories down generations to instill a sense of wonder in people we’ll never know and we have little bells on our houses to tell each other that we’ve arrived and we shiver when we get cold and we have an endless amount of curiosity and if the night sky is clear our first instinct is to look up at the stars and think about going on big adventures