WHY IS MASON HOT.

whatkindofcrazy:

doctor-bedeliadumaurier:

masonverger-rising:

anempathsbecoming:

masonverger-rising:

anempathsbecoming:

HES SUCH A CREEP BUT.

HE’S SO PRETTY.

FUCK YOU MICHAEL PITT.

AND YOUR PRETTINESS.

THAT’S THE WHOLE POINT
EVIL DON’T LOOK EVIL
OR IT WOULDN’T GET A CHANCE TO EVIL
YA DIG

TRUE.

UGH THOUGH.

I WANNA RUN MY HANDS THROUGH HIS MESSY HAIR.

I WANT TO PEEL HIS FACE OFF AND WEAR IT

Wait what-?

Well that escalated quickly

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"[Cersei] even decided to bust Brienne’s chops over Jaime - a man she no longer even seems to be interested in herself. It’s worth noting too that the series has landed down firmly on the “Brienne secretly loves Jaime” side of the fence, which weakens her character if you ask me."

ign.com (via nochanceandnochoice)

Really doe?  Like one of the biggest reasons that Brienne followed Renly was because she was in love with him and he showed her kindness by dancing with her when no one else would.  That is why she was a kick ass warrior and was willing to die for him.  She was still kick ass in love with Renly.   Why is it a stretch for her to fall in love with Jaime when he did much more for her than dancing?  He saved her from being raped.  He saved her from a bear by putting his body on the line.  He told her things he never told another soul.  And he’s fucking handsome as all get out too.

It doesn’t make her less kick ass to be in love with him.  Just means she’s a human being with human feelings who has fallen in love.  

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I hate how so many people equate love with femininity and therefore weakness. 

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Or even more accurately with women who aren’t traditional love interests as not being as bad ass if they are in love or the insistence that this has to be a brotp because she is not traditionally beautiful.  Meanwhile people eat up Sandor and Sansa like it going out of style.  I’m not saying that as a insult to people who like that pairing.  I’m saying that it is interesting that our reactions to the traditional beauty and the beast trope is acceptable when a male is the beast.  But if a woman is less than a runway model they are seen as someone unworthy of romantic love.

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katieofthelake:

death + rebirth in 2.08 Su-zakana

Rebirths can only ever be symbolic. 

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13 TV Shows on the Bubble: Which Will Burst?

mean-cannibals:

imaginehanniballecter:

imaginehanniballecter:

xanthewalter:

Vote for Hannibal!!!

LOOK ITS A HANNIBAL POLL Y’ALL KNOW WHATS UP

By the time I get back from work we better have this one dead and the parts we aren’t saving for later in the bag u feel?

if you value my blog at all you’ll vote for my bby k?

Anonymous Asked:
What did Bryan say about heterossexual story? I mean, even with all the erotic 'clima' around Lecter and Will, they don't sim's to be gay. But some how I do am expecting some intimacy with them bouth. I'm a little bit confused.

bonearenaofmyskull:

bonearenaofmyskull:

BF: I think the show, at its heart, is a story about heterosexual male friendship, and it is an exploration of all of the idiosyncrasies of that dynamic. It’s, in a strange way, the horror or operatic version of In The Company Of Men. (x)

(It gives me a headache to compare Hannibal and Will to Chad and Howard from In the Company of Men, but I can’t argue that there aren’t some similarities.)

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So I get home from work on the same day I published this, and then get to see the new interview with Bryan Fuller, including this:

TheBacklot: I’ve said to you before that I sometimes expect Hannibal and Will to just start kissing. The scenes are often so intimate. Can you talk about the homoeroticism between these two characters that are not gay?

Bryan Fuller: I’m not sure about Hannibal. I think Hannibal is a very broadly spectrumed human being/fallen angel, who probably is capable and interested in everything humanity has to offer. Whereas Will Graham is very definitely heterosexual, but that does not necessarily prevent us from a homoerotic subtext…. 

I think that’s the fun of this show, is that particularly at the end of episode eight, which is a very intimate moment between Will and Hannibal where Will crosses a line of sorts, with his own psyche. And Hannibal is there to welcome him on the other side with open arms. And it is, once again, not sexual in any way, shape or context, but the intimacy of the performances and the enthusiasm of Hannibal, and pride of Hannibal as he looks at Will, there is hard to deny an attraction between these men.

And, to be absolutely clear, it is not sexual, but it’s beyond sexual. It is pure intimacy in a non-physical way. But it is that intimacy between heterosexual men that I’m fascinated with because it does go beyond physical parameters to this very primal basic male bonding place. That, as a gay man, I am outside of, because it is unique. Because it is free of a sexuality and/or intimation of sexuality. Yet anyone in the audience who is attracted to either of the men will feel that energy.

Sounds familiar. I’m seeing comments from people saying that Bryan Fuller doesn’t get to decide how his audience understands the show, sort of chastising him for making these statements…but I’m one person at least who understands it exactly how he intended. That doesn’t happen because of weird coincidence or because I’m special. It’s because he delivered on his vision. 

nosdrinker:

danny devito is sexier than tom hiddleston

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little-chilty-wont-go-home:

Mom: You should go out with your friends

Me: 

Friends

Frien

Frie

Fr

Fre

Fred

Freder

Frederick Chilton

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Hannibal’s Bedroom

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Anonymous Asked:
What did Bryan say about heterossexual story? I mean, even with all the erotic 'clima' around Lecter and Will, they don't sim's to be gay. But some how I do am expecting some intimacy with them bouth. I'm a little bit confused.

bonearenaofmyskull:

BF: I think the show, at its heart, is a story about heterosexual male friendship, and it is an exploration of all of the idiosyncrasies of that dynamic. It’s, in a strange way, the horror or operatic version of In The Company Of Men. (x)

(It gives me a headache to compare Hannibal and Will to Chad and Howard from In the Company of Men, but I can’t argue that there aren’t some similarities.)

My opinions under the cut.

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