hullo! i'm catherine (duh). i am very very into various movies, tv shows, books, artists, and stories. i generally just tend to like everything. (seriously, it's exhausting) *half of me is the gasoline but the other half's the surf* i just wanna live here and make art and help people


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tandess:

i have yet to develop any practical skills so i guess i’d keep writing anyway as i hope and wait but another good reason to stick to it is to perfect the complex art of responding to dudes in bars who may have baseball hats and thick fingers or might have cargo shorts and beards that go red and kinda wiry or could have crisp white shirts and a suspended drivers license but have no matter what and what face the same tone in their voice when they say, “so what do you write?” and the same laugh that you’re meant to echo and the laugh is at you, by pulling your lips off the mouth of your beer bottle where you had been letting them linger on purpose to be friendly when this was friendly, sitting up very straight and saying without even the tiniest hint of a self-deprecating smile or hitch in your voice, “mostly prose poetry about my feelings.”


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HBO: In a previous episode, Oberyn is writing a poem for his daughter. Have you thought through his life in Dorne?

Pedro Pascal: I see him as an extremely contemporary, progressive and loving father. I think it’s so suitable that he had nothing but daughters to raise. He doesn’t shape ideas based on old conventions so his daughters are not limited by backwards, medieval morality.

HBO: He’s very emotionally intelligent.

Pedro Pascal: I think there’s a depth in the way that Oberyn perceives the world and the way he lives in it. I think there’s a lot of woman inside of Oberyn, which attributes to his strength.

HBO: Can you explain what you mean by “a lot of woman”?

Pedro Pascal: Perceptiveness. Intelligence. In the world of ‘Game of Thrones,’ which can harshly reflect some of the darker elements of our reality, I would argue that women are often forced to be smarter and more in touch with themselves because their circumstances are so ruled by men. Women’s survival skills kick in a bit earlier.

HBO: Would you say that Oberyn is a feminist?

Pedro Pascal: Absolutely. Without choosing to be. It’s just intrinsic and logical to him. Ellaria Sand is the love of his life because she is his equal, if not his superior, in certain ways. That’s part of what makes him such a fierce man because he knows who to take his lead from.

HBO: How do you hope that fans remember Oberyn?

Pedro Pascal: As a lover and a fighter. As a fun character who ushered in something new to King’s Landing and stirred some sh*t up: Big in, big out.

HBO: Fans are bound to be brokenhearted.

Pedro Pascal: As am I. As I have been all along.

— from Pedro Pascal’s Making Game of Thrones interview (x)

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I just wanted everybody to see me.

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rihenna:

I grew up on a really small island and I don- I didn’t have a lot of access to fashion. But, um, as far as I could remember fashion has always been my defense mechanism, even as a child, I remember thinking, ‘She could beat me but she cannot beat my outfit.’ x

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Liam at the hotel in Rio De Janeiro - May 9th, 2014

Liam at the hotel in Rio De Janeiro - May 9th, 2014

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girlzwithcurves:

gorgeous Denise

girlzwithcurves:

gorgeous Denise

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