But, if it weren’t for my children, I’d have thrown myself from the highest window in the Red Keep. They’re the reason I’m alive. Even Joffrey.  

(Source: jaimecerseigot, via thebrigadier)

game of thrones got

glennoconnell:

Why is a talking piece of plastic giving me emotions? 

(via aspirateur-killeuse)

the lego movie

h0odrich:

everything good makes you fat an addict or broke

(via timelorddetective)

wereyoufullyawareofthisgaming:

"Did you beat that game?"

"No but I watched someone on YouTube do it so I feel like I did."

(via cosmic-angst)

same

"I love Cosima’s fascination with the world - and the conflict between her high intelligence and her naivete. Her speed of thought can be a challenge, especially when we’re shooting at 3am.” - Tatiana Maslany on Cosima Niehaus

"I love Cosima’s fascination with the world - and the conflict between her high intelligence and her naivete. Her speed of thought can be a challenge, especially when we’re shooting at 3am.”
- Tatiana Maslany on Cosima Niehaus

(Source: enjolyass, via cosmic-angst)

orphan black

gamoradorable:

Aristotle's Modes of Persuasion

Inspired by { x }

(via justrudeandginger)

marvel

pr1nceshawn:

Your Love Life, As Described by Videogames by Coleman Engle.

(Source: College Humor, via jambandit)

videogames comic

ladydragon76:

theboywholikesfire:

I sorta did a thing.

a perfect thing.

(via amorphinetoast)

comics

critter-of-habit:

Queen Margaery - breaker of awkward moments.

(via j-moriarty)

game of thrones got

lornacrowleys:

protip if a nerd dude tries to give you a pop quiz about the fandom on your shirt/bag/cosplay by asking you to answer a banal and obscure trivia question to prove you’re a Real Gamer, turn the question back on him. ask him about the thematic implications that bit of trivia has on the actual story….

gamers
xchristineyweenie:

Cards Against Humanity needs to stop being so frighteningly accurate to my life.

xchristineyweenie:

Cards Against Humanity needs to stop being so frighteningly accurate to my life.

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