I am a ginger, yes. I am not, however, the child of Vincent van Gogh and Amy Pond (however much I wish that were actually my life).

Oh and hockey
~Weagle for life!
~WashCaps and BHolts70 fangirl

~Whatever the heck tickles my fancy
(I had a list but then I realized I'd never be able to list them all, so I gave up)

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I was at main event today and when I was playing lazer tag this 10 year old boy ran up to me and told me I was ugly but I smiled and told him I thought he was very handsome and he blushed and apologized for insulting me then he protected me through the whole game and even shot his own teammates but the greatest part is that when his friend called him a traitor he rolled his eyes and turned to me and apologized for his friend being “a total noob”


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why chris pine happens to good people


The problem of Chris Pine is a serious one because the man has so many incarnations. For example, we have:

Baby Pie


Desert Hooker (Google that phrase. Do it right now. You’ll laugh.)


High-class escort


Rocking a dress


Old Married Pinto


Whatever the hell this was




Actual Disney Princess




I just.


There is actually no escape. This man is a menace and must be stopped.


• Williams revealed the Game of Thrones fight choreographers will forget that she insists on playing Arya left-handed, as in the book, even though she’s right-handed in real life. She will make them re-choreograph scenes. She also really wants to do more of her own horse riding. “I know Richard Madden got to actually gallop,” she said. And by the way, “all hell broke loose” when she got her nose pierced.

• Dormer should always be the one to explain Game of Thrones to new fans: “Game of Thrones shows you all the different ways you can wield power: Whether it’s psychological, physical, sexual, dragons,” Dormer said. “I think we’d all go for the dragons if we were given the choice. But that’s the secret of the writing, that’s why it’s such a compelling show—because it shows how different people are given different weapons, physically and metaphorically, and how they use them.”

Maisie Williams & Natalie Dormer attend the Women Who Kick Ass panel during Comic-Con 2014 in San Diego [x]