you don't believe in anything

I had the sudden urge to draw them in Elie Saab dresses (x) (x) and I JUST—-

why do they look so good they’re illegal

people who don’t like hunk genuinely confuse me. what has hunk ever done wrong? name one time hunk has done something wrong. see? you can’t. he is perfect.

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Music Player Tab #01 by glenthemes

A slide-in music player tab serving as an alternative option to players like Billy, SCMPlayer, Wikplayer, etc. Only requires an audio file. Note: limit to one song only.

Preview + Codes + Customization

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gif meme: jon/arya + quote (requested by @horcrucxs)

The heart is all that matters. Do not despair, Lord Snow. Despair is a weapon of the enemy, whose name may not be spoken. Your sister is not lost to you.

We live in a world where you can be happy one day and the next day be ruined for the rest of your life.
—  Poets Love Her

Tumblr: I bet the reason Caleb was so in a rush to get married is because you can’t testify against your spouse. Caleb definitely has something to hide/is AD.

Caleb, one episode later : I want to marry you so we can’t testify against each other.

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You are really far away from knowing how much I love you.
—  Poets Love Her
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Charles just wanted to show is love. Haytham just want to be left in peace. Connor is a rabid wolf animal.

It seems like I ended up deeper in this fandom than I thought I would.

Every breath I take, I take for you.
—  Poets Love Her
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∙ He (D. Pedro I) could not help but respond to her great love for him, her good nature, sweetness, and considerateness (…) From the voluminous and frank correspondence that Dona Leopoldina carried with her relatives in Europe, it appears that Dom Pedro gave up tavern hopping and womanizing for some time after the consummation of their marriage. She begged her father not to believe the scandalous tales that he might hear about her husband. (…) He could be sharp-tongued and mean, but normally he was good humored and generous. (Dom Pedro: The Struggle for Liberty in Brazil and Portugal, 1798-1834 //  Neill W. Macaulay)