I get really passionate about fandom stuff. And sometimes attempt to make graphics.
Some (but definitely not all) fandoms I'm in include: Harry Potter, Star Wars, Marvel (and sometimes DC), Marble Hornets, Disney/Non-Disney, and Lord of the Rings.
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THANK YOU GOD
SWEET MOTHER OF FUCK MY LIFE IS SAVED HOLY SHIT ON A CRACKER FUCK ME SIDEWAYS
a fan and George R. R. Martin, Barnes and Noble forums, 4/15/2008
just pointing out, GRRM did not write Jaime’s POV with the intention of making him sympathetic or Cersei with the intention of making her unsympathetic — readers interpret them that way. (Or the opposite way, depending on the reader.) His intention was to write full, human characters. And though this post was well before ADWD came out, I think it can also explain the reaction to the “unsympathetic” Tyrion POV in that book. (via nobodysuspectsthebutterfly)