Soy la chica del montón que reivindica su individualidad viviendo a su manera y se niega a dejar que la vida pase tal cual. Lectora empedernida, enamorada de innumerables (y perfectos) personajes ficticios. Cada semana un grupo nuevo toma el control de mis auriculares, voy y vengo de forma drástica y sin término medio. Digo lo que pienso y cuando lo pienso. Algunos me toman por loca, aunque prefiero "mentalmente desorientada". 'The perks of being a wallflower' mi 'Un dolor imperial'. Café, libros y películas como sinónimo de felicidad. Hay una (muy pequeña) parte hipster escondida dentro de mí.
~Esperando a que el Capitán América llame a mi ventana a las 3.00 AM para ayudarlo a salvar el mundo. Mientras tanto, leo~
I suppose much like Ned. That’s constantly been in my brain through the whole time – less so into Season Three, where he starts making worse decisions – but just like his father, as an honest man and a just man. Typically, in Game of Thrones, in this world, people who are honest and just and do things for the right reasons are the people who tend not to survive, and Robb’s a great example of that. I hope he’s remembered as a good man and essentially the man who would have been the best person to lead the Seven Kingdoms. It’s tragic that he was killed because I think he was the best leader of all the candidates available at the moment.
“I spend a lot of time with Kit still, and he’s like, ‘Oh my god, in Episode 3, there’s a’ — and I’m like, ‘Don’t. Tell me. Anything.’” Richard is excited to watch the show spoiler-free, despite Kit’s best efforts. He says, “Now, for the first time ever, I can watch it and not know what’s happened.”
"He’s always complaining about always being in Ireland. I got to go to Iceland, which is incredible. Poor old Madden gets all the rain in Northern Ireland. Northern Ireland is beautiful and we’ve got some really stunning locations. But I understand you want to break out of one place and go to different areas."