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I thought I didn’t deserve him, but maybe he didn’t deserve me.

"You can project yourself onto him because he’s a badass and he’s funny and those are things we wish we could be. He can take care of a situation and then make a snarky remark about it, like in the way of one-liners.
He uses humor as a bit of a weapon – or as a bit of a defense, rather, not necessarily a weapon – to kind of deal with the craziness around him. He’ll kind of make jokes – snappy, sarcastic little remarks as a kind of shield. I do think he’s funny. It’s always just these little one-liners. What’s fun about it, too, is that he questions what’s going on, so when he becomes a part of the Brotherhood he’s not just a 100-percent convert. He’s a bit like, “What is this weird thing you guys have going on?”
He’s skeptical. I think that that’s fun in this kind of game because obviously there’s a certain amount of suspension of disbelief that’s needed to get into it. To have the player character not poke fun at what’s going on but rather raise legitimate questions, “Oh, so you guys all hang out in this underground cavern together conducting secret meetings?” - Dan Jeannotte [x]

"You can project yourself onto him because he’s a badass and he’s funny and those are things we wish we could be. He can take care of a situation and then make a snarky remark about it, like in the way of one-liners.

He uses humor as a bit of a weapon – or as a bit of a defense, rather, not necessarily a weapon – to kind of deal with the craziness around him. He’ll kind of make jokes – snappy, sarcastic little remarks as a kind of shield. I do think he’s funny. It’s always just these little one-liners. What’s fun about it, too, is that he questions what’s going on, so when he becomes a part of the Brotherhood he’s not just a 100-percent convert. He’s a bit like, “What is this weird thing you guys have going on?”

He’s skeptical. I think that that’s fun in this kind of game because obviously there’s a certain amount of suspension of disbelief that’s needed to get into it. To have the player character not poke fun at what’s going on but rather raise legitimate questions, “Oh, so you guys all hang out in this underground cavern together conducting secret meetings?” - Dan Jeannotte [x]

reservoir-fantasy:

“Novels aren’t just happy escapes; they are slivers of people’s souls, nailed to the pages, dripping ink from veins of wood pulp. Reading the right one at the right time can make all the difference.”

Happy Birthday, Anna! Aug. 22 [ bookstakeus-away ]

LOL I lost it at the hat

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okayxbrainless:

ALS Ice Bucket Challenge -> The Hemsworth Brothers. 

I did this specifically because everyone seems to forget Luke and that’s not fair. Plus we have a set!

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Because I’m that excited. 

Because I’m that excited. 

narniangriff23:

rosesredtardisblue:

The ship that lasted two minutes D’: 

NarnainGriff23: I loved there banter and everything before hand..ughhhhh my heart just pulled at my heart stings on multiple levels. 

Graham!!!! D’:

Odmhdksjsjdhhd I just found this blog and it's quite very lovely but it gives me too many otp feels and I just I can't *makes pterodactyl screeching noises*

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fyeahaltairandmaria:

omg this gif makes me happy! <3 

Unite. For Liberty.

I’m really getting excited about this. 

Prince Petr Ivanovich Bagration (1765 – 1812)…

"Being of average height, thin, with wavy brunette hair, Bagration had the typical Georgian hooked nose that gave way to a number of witticisms and jokes. Once, his aide-de-camps Denis Davydov told him that an enemy is very close – already ‘on their nose’. Bagration calmly replied. ‘On whose nose? If mine, we have enough time to have a breakfast. If yours, we have to hurry!’ He wasn’t handsome, but the glory and reputation of Suvorov’s disciple made a strong impression. Soldiers called him ‘The Eagle,’ while among the general population he was known as ‘Bog-rati-on’ (‘Bog [the God]-rati [army]-on [he is]’ – The God of the Army.’).”

Wait. He was called The Eagle? I smell an Assassin’s Creed storyline. >:D 

They’ve all been common folk. We could do with a prince assassin, eh? A little conspicuous, though….And the timeline is a bit of a bother, seeing as Edward, Haytham, and Connor have already taken up that whole time. I’m just saying “The Eagle” name caught my attention.