So here’s the part where you make a choice. What if you could have that power, now? In every generation, one Slayer is born, because a bunch of men who died thousands of years ago made up that rule. They were powerful men. This woman is more powerful than all of them combined. So I say we change the rule. I say my power, should be *our* power. Tomorrow, Willow will use the essence of this scythe to change our destiny. From now on, every girl in the world who might be a Slayer, will be a Slayer. Every girl who could have the power, will have the power. Can stand up, will stand up. Slayers, every one of us. Make your choice. Are you ready to be strong?Buffy Summers - Chosen - Season 7 (via doppelgangland)
Kampf un kempfer - a Yiddish pamphlet written by Russian Socialist-Revolutionaries exiled in London, 1904
“On my honor as a Lannister,” the Imp said, “I will not touch you until you want me to.”
It took all the courage that was in her to look in those mismatched eyes and say, “And if I never want you to, my lord?”
His mouth jerked as if she had slapped him. “Never?”
Her neck was so tight she could scarcely nod.
“Why,” he said, “that is why the gods made whore for imps like me.” He closed his short blunt fingers into a fist, and climbed down off the bed.
Reasons I’m glad that I don’t live in Westeros - the fact that Tyrion refuses the second time his father tells him to rape a girl - is an extraordinary act.
(other men in Westeros who I think probably wouldn’t rape a 14 year-old if their father told them too: Sam, poor dumb Jon Snow, possibly Jamie at this point).
“A bad joke, Your Grace.”
This whole sequence was amazing and awful just as it should be.
Your uncle’s marrying one of the Frey girls. So quit trying to bash my skull in and we just might make it there in time for the wedding.
One thing I can’t handle on this show is moments like this. (vague for spoilery reasons - but this made me cry).