how did they learn to translate languages into other languages how did they know which words meant what HOW DID TH
English Person: *Points at an apple* Apple
French Person: Non c’est une fucking pomme
*800 years of war*
"Let me tell you something about wolves child. When the snows fall and the white winds blow, the lone wolf dies but the pack survives. Summer is the time for squabbles. In winter we must protect one another, keep each other warm, share our strengths.”"The winters are hard. But the Starks will e n d u r e . We always have.”
It really bothers me when the people who are constantly blogging about diversity and inclusion and the beauty of different races and generally crusading for a perfect, prejudice-free world are the same people hashtagging “#stopwhitepeople”.
race representation in american television
This post is spot on wow
Who has been your biggest mentor on the show?
Nat Dormer. I can ask her the most stupid embarrassing questions. I’ll be like “so what does it feel like to be in love?” and she will tell me and give advice. She’s probably my biggest mentor just in general life.
Nice Woman is Rejected Multiple Times. Does Not Gain Homicidal Urges.
one of my customers had an accent so I asked him where he was from
He’s an Israeli
I groaned louder than I meant to
He didn’t buy anything
I’m glad he walked away
what the fuck…
Since no one else said it, you sound as fucking stupid as the people who were attacking random arabic people back when 9/11 happened or looking down on various asian people when pearl harbor happened.
I love playing Brienne of Tarth because, when I was growing up, I didn’t really see people on television that I felt that I could identify with. Women all looked kind of a particular way, women characters that were popular, anyway. And when I had the opportunity to play this part, it made me explore the parts of myself I had hidden from. I had very long hair. I wanted to look very feminine, really tall. (x)
Shall I die without justice?