queens + season 4 + smiling
#wow each of these gifs is actually really indicative of their personalities #margaery’s smile is both sweet and sly #i mean you know she has schemes out the wazzoo and even with her own grandmother she looks like she’s plotting murder #sansa’s smile is small and shy and lights up her face like nothing else #it’s something you hardly ever see but when you do you just know that she has the kindest, gentlest soul in the world and she deserves so much better than what she’s been put through #dany immediately catches herself as only a queen would #she’s crushing on daario but knows that it will only make things complicated so she hides her emotions as quickly as possible #but it’s obvious that she is totally into it and if you listen closely enough you can hear WHEN A MAAANNnn LOovES A WOMANNN playing in the background #cersei’s is a bullshit half-grin #like “god why do i put up with anybody the fact that i’m not singlehandedly ruling westeros right now is a fuckin joke” #just UGH i love all of these ladies so much
I love them because:
- a “like” in a post that took me time makes my day
- a *hugs* when I’m sad can make all the difference
- the effort to go on my ask box and talk to me makes me feel like I’m worth of something
- And because when you reblog something and fangirl with me I don´t feel so alone
So thank you for following me
There are so many people criticising Faking It, without having watched one episode. I hid a lesbian relationship, and my sexuality from everyone throughout high school in order to maintain my own popularity. So this show is literally the opposite of my own high school experience, yet I chose to watch the pilot before condemning Faking It.
And you know what? At the centre of this show is a girl (Amy) who is struggling to figure out who she is, and the depth of her feelings for another girl…That isn’t so different to what a lot of lesbian, bisexual, gay and transgendered youths experience in high school.
I understand that the premise is problematic, but give Faking It a chance before you write it off as offensive. This could very well end up being an important show for LBGT youths. I think that if a young lesbian sees elements of her own struggles and experiences represented in this show, and she feels less isolated because of it…then, to me, Faking It is worth its weight in gold.
There’s a difference between
The fact that we all know what this means really says something about our social lives
you should all go to your blogs and hover over them
"How do you know you’re gay if you’ve never been with a…"
"Are you ever gonna get off of your computer?"
“Why are you so obsessed with Youtubers?”
“Why are you always on the internet?”
“You should leave the house and socialize more.”
[AGGRESSIVELY SINGS THE BUFFY THEME SONG
EVEN THOUGH THERE ARE NO WORDS]
this is so specific i love it
delphine “im not gay” cormier
the buugeng is a type of s-staff.
to the best of my knowledge, it is used to engage in geometric visual warfare
GEOMETRIC VISUAL WARFARE.
No but can you imagine how distracting and disconcerting it’d be to go up against someone with a weapon like that
You wouldn’t know where the fuck to look and you’d only figure out which part to focus on when it’s buried in your gut
a diagram explaining my viewing habits