Okay, so...

I’ve been seeing a lot of people critizing jon/daenerys for moving to fast, and I just think that’s a load of horseshit and clearly these people have never fallen in love.

I have been in love, I have fallen in love. And I am still in love. It happened in less than a week. I’ve been with him for over 3 years. We are engaged and intend to spend the rest of our lives together and are fully committed to each other.

So much of the interactions between jon and daenerys remind me of the way I fell in love with my fiancee. The little glances, the distrust of each other, the knowing that you’re attracted to each other and ignoring it, the feeling of destiny that you try to resist until you finally give in.

There was the expectation of romance when I met my fiancee (we met on tinder), and we both knew immediately. When daenerys ran out of jon’s room on the boat, it’s because she’s terrified of falling in love (I had my own moment of running away from it at about the same stage her and jon are at, and luckily he convinced me to come to my senses.)

There is a feeling of it being “too fast” and that’s fine, it’s accurate, that’s what happens when you fall in love with someone hard and fast. No, you don’t need to “be friends first” or whatever other nonsense, you just have to enjoy each other’s company, and enjoy the feeling you have when you’re around them. And yeah, falling that hard is fucking terrifying, but it’s worth it because they change your life forever.

Jon and dany have an aura of destiny about them, and they both can feel it and know that falling in love with this person will change their lives forever. And humans are naturally resistant to change. But they will come together, it’s inevitable. They both know it and are both the type to go down fighting.

Also, the whole “he’s too little” comment from dany 😂😂😂 jon snow is hardly her type (which is huge, hulking men, look at Drogo) but the person you fall in love with for the rest of your life is hardly ever your “type”

Can all the anti-jonerys stop crosstagging and leave the jonerys fandom alone??? Lol, we get it. They’re related. Cool, we don’t give a shit. Just leave us with our ship and we’ll leave you alone with your ship. I don’t need a fucking essay on why you think Jonsa is endgame and that Jon is betraying Daenerys. LET US LIVE.

Originally posted by just-astray


Quick thank you video!

D&D should’ve written Jon trying to get on a dragon but one of the dead men should’ve dragged him off, Jon got back up and continued fighting off many of them there. Who the fuck sees themselves about to die, gets close to getting to safety and says “nah fam lemme fight some more white walkers tho”. I’ve been trying to defend them for writing certain shit but gotdamn

Daenerys: *Reclaims her ancestral home in a touching and powerful scene*

Me: *Can’t stop remembering the time Stannis and Melisandre had sex on that table*

What she says: I’m fine

What she means: House Tyrell is the second most powerful house in all of Westeros, from the amount of gold they have, to their massive armies which are easily supported by their gold. They still have a number of powerful members of their family even with Margery and Loras dead. In addition to that they have spies, bards, etc, all over the seven kingdoms just like everyone else. Casterly Rock is incredibly far away from High Garden and there’s no way in hell that pretty much the entire Lannister army would march all the way to the Tyrell’s capital in High Garden with literally nobody noticing; and even if they got there the Tyrell’s army isn’t exactly non-existant. To fight them the Lannister’s would’ve easily sacrificed such a large amount of their forces making their chances against Daenerys almost negligible, all the while making Kings Landing and other Lannister controlled territory so incredibly weak that Daenerys could’ve waltzed into Kings Landing without shedding a single civilian blood drop. On top of that Olenna is one of the most incredibly intelligent and powerful characters on the entire show and wouldn’t have been eliminated from this unrealistic attack, and she also has more than a single castle she could’ve retreated to. Also Euron’s fleet just appeared out of nowhere with zero warning as well? Just like in the fight with the sand snakes? Where he defeated three of the show’s most powerful women at once? All of this has but one explanation: Sloppy storytelling



“The cream and gold I call Viserion. Viserys was cruel and weak and frightened, yet he was my brother still. His dragon will do what he could not.”