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gendry + h u f f l e p u f f

"She’s not alone.” Gendry rode out from behind the cottage wall, and behind him Hot Pie, leading her horse. In his chainmall with a sword in his hand, Gendry almost looked like a man grown, and dangerous


THIS IS HANDS DOWN THE BEST COSPLAY I HAVE EVER SEEN

THIS IS HANDS DOWN THE BEST COSPLAY I HAVE EVER SEEN

You and I could take the universe to pieces and put it together again.
tweeckos:

i was researching 1920s slang and
guys
we’ve been getting it all wrong

tweeckos:

i was researching 1920s slang and

guys

we’ve been getting it all wrong

queenoftheimps:

Game of Thrones:  the show where the winners of the “Least Disastrous Wedding” award are somehow Tyrion and Sansa.

"Joffrey’s not just cruel, he’s stupid — a terrible politician who likely wouldn’t have lasted long on the throne regardless. His final act is to point at the wrong man, for crying out loud. Here lies Joffrey Baratheon: He was the worst, even at dying."

Game of Thrones’ Season Four, Episode Two Recap: Purple Reign | Rolling Stone (via suckerforhappyendingsss)

leozhang:

‘Hey,’ Jason said, ‘personally, I like us.’
‘Agreed,’ Leo said. ‘Us is my favourite people.’ [art]

leozhang:

‘Hey,’ Jason said, ‘personally, I like us.’
‘Agreed,’ Leo said. ‘Us is my favourite people.’ [art]

lukecastelliar:

“We’re staying together,” he  promised. “You’re not getting away from me. Never again.” 


 The BBC News announce Sid Vicious’ death,1979.

The BBC News announce Sid Vicious death,1979.

comedycentral:

"Just wedge one in there, maybe after the ‘e’: T-E-I-M, like Keith." -Stephen Colbert

fullofstoryshapes:

departmentsofmysteries:


[x] 

Agent Sparrow Field Notes: March 17th, 2001 
Robyn Hode (known latterly as Robin Hood in popular folklore) was an outlaw and skilled archer who applied his considerable magical talents to the task of hoodwinking the Muggle community. Though he never stole from the rich to give to the poor, as history now insists, the famous outlaw did manage to make off with a significant sum from the royal coffers, for which a price was set on his head. 
The true origin of the heroic outlaw, who did in fact rob the rich to donate to local charities and clergy, was a wix by the name of Marian of Locksley. Recast as a noble maid in Muggle tales, Marian was in the habit of consuming large amounts of Polyjuice Potion and entering archery competitions under the guise of Robyn Hode. Hode himself did not take kindly to the subterfuge, and called upon Marian to face him in a duel wherein a target was balanced on a volunteer’s head, to which she acquiesced. However, perhaps simply to rub salt in the wound, Marian watched Hode’s impressive display of archery and insisted on repeating it blindfolded. Reliable historical sources report that her arrow found its mark, splitting Hode’s arrow down the center, without the aid of magic. Hode never forgave her for it. 
It is common practice at magical fairs and festivals to hold blindfolded archery competitions, in which magic is disallowed. Rampant cheating and grievous injury nearly always ensue. However, a competitor is rumored to have taken home the trophy at every archer’s tourney he has entered this year. Ministry Agents were sent to investigate possible foul play, and all reported that they were unable to locate the supposed master archer. The case has been transferred to the Department on the suspicion of unlawful Obliviation for nefarious purposes, though there is some question as to why anyone would go through such trouble simply for a series of trophies.

#field notes from the elusive agent sparrow#the muggles have a thing called tellyvision and a thing called disney#in which they actually cast robin hood as a fox#mental those muggles!#though it wasn’t such a bad film to own the truth

fullofstoryshapes:

departmentsofmysteries:

[x]

Agent Sparrow Field Notes: March 17th, 2001 

Robyn Hode (known latterly as Robin Hood in popular folklore) was an outlaw and skilled archer who applied his considerable magical talents to the task of hoodwinking the Muggle community. Though he never stole from the rich to give to the poor, as history now insists, the famous outlaw did manage to make off with a significant sum from the royal coffers, for which a price was set on his head.

The true origin of the heroic outlaw, who did in fact rob the rich to donate to local charities and clergy, was a wix by the name of Marian of Locksley. Recast as a noble maid in Muggle tales, Marian was in the habit of consuming large amounts of Polyjuice Potion and entering archery competitions under the guise of Robyn Hode. Hode himself did not take kindly to the subterfuge, and called upon Marian to face him in a duel wherein a target was balanced on a volunteer’s head, to which she acquiesced. However, perhaps simply to rub salt in the wound, Marian watched Hode’s impressive display of archery and insisted on repeating it blindfolded. Reliable historical sources report that her arrow found its mark, splitting Hode’s arrow down the center, without the aid of magic. Hode never forgave her for it.

It is common practice at magical fairs and festivals to hold blindfolded archery competitions, in which magic is disallowed. Rampant cheating and grievous injury nearly always ensue. However, a competitor is rumored to have taken home the trophy at every archer’s tourney he has entered this year. Ministry Agents were sent to investigate possible foul play, and all reported that they were unable to locate the supposed master archer. The case has been transferred to the Department on the suspicion of unlawful Obliviation for nefarious purposes, though there is some question as to why anyone would go through such trouble simply for a series of trophies.