One week’s advance warning that I will be gone on May 17th
Because it’s Norway’s National Day and it’s the one day a year you can go outside and see dudes wearing this, and it’s basically the best thing ever.
Studies show the national costumes makes dudes 500% hotter.
So yeah my point is I’ll be outside for once.
men in bunad = yes.
wish “once-a-year: guy” was a thing and that I could be a guy on 17th of may. Instead I have to look like a potato sack in my bunad
It is understandable why Dany is a fan favorite - she has a lot of potential to be a great, powerful, and interesting character. But there are aspects of her, and the choices that she makes, that should not be ignored or pushed to the wayside in order to contribute to this popular “badass” conception of her. Glorifying her is damaging and, in effect, misses the point, as she often serves in the books as a representation of white savior imperialism - a fact that must be acknowledged in order to adequately discuss her character.
According to my vast research, this is all you need to know about the British.
If you want to be some stupid outlaw knight and get hanged, why should I care?
Tywin, Tygett, Kevan, Gerion, and Genna of House Lannister.
I mean seriously
what do you think we do every month
Doctor Who AU || Amy, Rory, Martha, Rose, and John are students living together in a London apartment.
Everyone knows that Amy Pond and Rory Williams are perfect for each other, except they can’t seem to see it. As Amy flies through boyfriend after boyfriend, Rory watches on from afar; providing support whenever she needs it and hoping that one day she’ll notice him as more than her friend. Luckily, Rose, Martha and John are on hand to play Cupid.
Medical students Rory and Martha do their best to be the best, but despite being close friends, Rory can’t help but feel useless as Martha excels in their classes, and he falls hopelessly behind and struggles to keep up.
Rose Tyler wants nothing more than to be a fashion designer, but instead is stuck in a job that she loathes, as she tries to earn enough to buy the supplies she needs to kick-start her own business. Whilst her mother urges her to give up the dream, causing arguments between the two, her friends are sick of seeing her so miserable and want to help.
Meanwhile, ignoring all advice and support from his friends, and girlfriend River, John Smith fails to attend his classes, refuses to look for a job, and spends his days playing football to fuel his dream.