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Someone on my dash just said they “can’t imagine” GRRM writing Jon and Dany having sex and lmao, he already did.

Lying abed in her narrow bunk, she found herself wondering how it would be to have a man squeezed in beside her in place of her handmaid, and the thought was more exciting than it should have been. Sometimes she would close her eyes and dream of him, but it was never Jorah Mormont she dreamed of; her lover was always younger and more comely, though his face remained a shifting shadow. (Daenerys II, ASOS)

And then made a callback to it later on.

“Every man who walks the earth casts a shadow on the world. Some are thin and weak, others long and dark. You should look behind you, Lord Snow. The moon has kissed you and etched your shadow upon the ice twenty feet tall.” (Jon VI, ADWD)

anonymous asked:

Hey Michael, have you ever written a song for Jeremy?

Michael: !!! Actually yeah I have hold on–

*strums guitar*

Every time I see you, my heart it flutters!
And I never ever wanna be with another.
It’s only you, it’s always you
Until the end~
And every time I’m with you my heart hums out a song
You honestly have no idea how long it’s been…
This is a love song, let’s be more than friends!

…Um, heheh. I wrote that way before we started dating, it was sorta an unrequited thing. But now? I might have to update the lyrics a little, make it more fitting…

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I asked, Apple answered. In regards to iTunes it’s ultimately up to the label to advise what is available for distribution. Now, if TS genuinely doesn’t have anything to do with BAP’s Korean discography going missing, they are ultimately the ones to fix this (or at least tell us why it has been removed). Spam their goddamn @ and make sure they fix this

We’re all aware that BAP has a significant international following, iTunes may not count for Korean charts but it’s freakin’ important for their growth as an international artist. It makes a whole zero sense for TS to not to want to spread their albums as far wide as possible. 

anonymous asked:

what mech did you guys chose from the jade gate? :o

Michael: Um, the Iron Giant? Duh? I kicked ass using that mech! You should’ve seen how many Squips I KO’d during that final fight!

Jeremy: I chose Voltron. Normally you’d have to have five people to control it, but that was a special case so I pretty much had access to the whole entire thing. It was seriously badass.

Michael: The beginning of that fight was also right after we—

Jeremy: Y-yeah! Yeah. Um, I remember.

Michael: That was totally wild. I pretty much got to announce that we were dating to the whole country!

Jeremy: More like the entire world. Do you know how many stations were broadcasting that battle? Literally the whole planet was watching us.

Michael: That was one of the greatest moments of my life!!

guys i think i accidentally downloaded the entire tim wright wiki page???

Little things about Richard in modern verse:

  • He’s a religious man, definitely Roman Catholic, though his faith is far more private than it would be in ‘canon’ verses.
  • Richard has a whole room in his house turned into a miniature library/study. He added a particular area for his children after Kathryn kept sneaking in when she was meant to be sleeping.
  • He’s read all of the classics —— Tolkein, Lewis, Austen, Bronte etc. He rather prides himself on his knowledge of the literary arts.
  • He’s also the type of person to own a copy of as many religious works as possible: not just Christian, but from other faiths too.
  • His favourite Disney movie is Robin Hood.
  • It tends to surprise people that his favourite holiday is actually Halloween.
  • He’s fluent in French and knows some German.
  • He’s not a fan of Shakespeare.

anonymous asked:

your font in your blog is so small I can barely read it, will you keep it for long?

I can read it just fine, I also asked my friend who’s on a different computer and she can read it without a problem as well. And, just to fully confirm it, I also asked another person, on another computer, if she could read it as well, which she can. I like that font and that theme, there is no option to change the font size. At least, not that I can see so, I will keep it. However, if anyone else has problems with this, I’ll search for a different one :) 

Edit: I have changed it, hope everyone can read it now.

it’s so weird hearing americans talk about Target© as some kind of semi-religious holy space of reasonably priced goods and services, bc in it’s short, fever-dream existence up here in the frozen north it was… Not Good. 

in my experience with the three (3) i went to in the surrounding area it was. uh. you know when you step into a place and there’s nothing immediately noticeably wrong but you can just Feel that this is a Bad Space? like the kind of space where if you catch a glimpse of your mother walking down an aisle and turning a corner you know it’s a demonic trick and if you follow her it’ll lead you down a path to a dark space you can’t return from?

or you go in with your friend who’s right next to you but you get a text from them saying “hey i’m in the shoe aisle, you should come here” and you know it’s a trap from the devil? like other things:

  • only half of the dim, washed out, often flickering fluorescent lights were lit at any given time, usually only every-other set, leaving these valleys of darkness that made entire aisles inaccessible for fear of shadow people latching on to your soul like a dark passenger. 
  • entire sections were just Empty. empty shelves with no product, never any employees filling them up, no boxes waiting to be unpacked, no signs saying what should be there.
  • no employees at all actually? wandering around the store even though the parking lots were full and you walked in with a group of 20 or so felt so lonely. you could walk the whole place and it was dead silent and the only other “people” around always were several aisles away with their back turned, unmoving. there was always only one cashier and there was never anyone in her line.
  • there was never any music on or announcements played? another place that does this are all the dollar trees in my area and it gives me anxiety. i feel like i’m being hunted, like i have to hold my breath and listen for the footsteps of beasts in other aisles. 
  • the fitting rooms had a strange, dark energy to them. it felt like if you ever used them, whatever universe you closed the door on would not be the same one you stepped out into when you were done. the washrooms also contained this same dark energy.
  • passing the employees-only doors felt like wandering too close to a bears den. the glass windows never showed anything going on back there, no racks of product, no employees milling around. it was just pitch black, complete darkness. a hungry void.
  • leaving a target was the same disorienting feeling as leaving a dark theatre and exiting into the light. sound and colour and feeling rush back in. you feel like you can breathe again. a weight is lifted from your shoulders. you can’t remember any of the time you spent inside the target.

it is my sincere belief that the targets in canada never existed. the storefronts were put up, yes, but the stores themselves were vast empty caverns filled with dark dreams and sinister interlopers attracted to the malignant leftover energies from zellers. passing through the automatic doors was meant to teleport us to the nearest american location, but something went wrong and we entered an unnatural zone halfway between the upside down and whatever it was that happened in the langoliers. 

i believe the balls outside target are carefully crafted and powerfully attuned magical artifacts that keep up the illusion known as Target©, but were incorrectly spaced in canada due to a mixup between the metric and imperial systems of measurement, and that is why the brief twilight zone episode that was canadian target collapsed virtually overnight.