Maythavee (Film) 19, Thai, Political Science (International Relations) Student.

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My fandoms include: Friends, Psych, Castle, Fringe, Leverage, Battlestar Galactica, Doctor Who, Agents of SHIELD, Parks and Recreation, Once Upon A Time, Person of Interest, The Americans, Orphan Black, Bates Motel, Elementary, Sleepy Hollow, Arrow, Outlander, A Song of Ice and Fire, Marvel Universe, etc.

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Daenerys Fan Challenge

Favourite Relationship 

We keep this love in a photograph


five scenes with
↳ hardison & parker [2/5 - the queen’s gambit job]

Then Jaime went to one knee and kissed him quickly once on each cheek, his lips brushing against the puckered ribbon of scar tissue.

“Thank you, Brother,” Tyrion said. “For my life.”

We should’ve stayed in that cave.

Forgive me. I never meant— please, Khaleesi, forgive me.

"[Qui-Gon] was not in touch with [Count Dooku]. He had not expected to be. Their relationship had not been based on friendship. It had been one of teacher and student. It was natural that they should not be in each other’s lives. It would be different with Obi-Wan, Qui-Gon thought. He saw ahead to the days when Obi-Wan would be a Jedi Knight, and he would like to be part of that.

The Legacy of the Jedi, by Jude Watson


get to know me meme | favorite relationships [1/10]

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"I’ve seen what the two of us together looks like and it’s beautiful."

That little guy from Brooklyn who was too dumb not to run away from a fight. I’m following him.


"I need to remember.”


all my jokes aside how can you possibly hate boromir or be glad for his death

boromir is literally the representation of what we all are- the mixture of inherent goodness and natural flaws that all of us have. he is a being of pure good intention and hope and faith and loyalty and determination to do what is right, to secure a safe and prosperous future for those he cared about, his people, his friends, his family

the things he did that make people so frequently dislike him- primarily going after the ring for himself, to use it for the good of gondor- are things driven by those good intentions. there never was a single malicious bone in boromir’s body. even his mistakes were mistakes of love, misguided actions borne of an inherent desire to protect. do any of you that hate him really think you would have been any better, would have been perfect and resisted the allure of trying to use the ring to protect your loved ones? i don’t know about you, but if i’m being honest, i don’t know if i would have been strong enough to resist it. because we all want to protect those we love.

boromir was not among the men who wanted the ring for his own personal power. selfless from the start and selfless even to his death- dying, in the end, to protect two hobbits, the little folk, the halflings so frequently overlooked by the other races and even his own- he was not seeking glory. he never was.

boromir is every one of us- the hope and pain and frustration and loyalty and fear and doubt and passion and perfection and flaws that make us all human. and in the end, it was always some form of love guiding his actions- love for his home, it’s citizens, for his land. so much of it that it drove him to the extremes that it did. 

he was far from perfect, like all of us. and for me, that’s why he was perfect.