But, if it weren’t for my children, I’d have thrown myself from the highest window in the Red Keep. They’re the reason I’m alive. Even Joffrey.
ok really d&d what the fuck
with each episode i hate d&d some more
already over this sandor chicken thing
Harsh as he was, she did not believe Sandor Clegane would let any harm come to her.
I WILL TALK TO YOU A THING.
My favorite thing about Sansa/Sandor is how it actually makes Sansa the most powerful knight in Westeros. SO CHECK THIS OUT:
Sansa defeats the Hound. She destroys him. The most feared warrior in Westeros, she reduces to a sniveling drunken mess sobbing on the side of a river, and she does it with nothing but kindness, intelligence, and grace. It’s the ultimate display of her power. The ultimate display of everything that makes Sansa, Sansa. She destroys the Hound, who is established in the first book as the ultimate warrior, and through that destruction, through that defeat Sandor can finally come to life.
The ship for me isn’t about Sansa being saved, it’s about Sansa being the knight that saves Sandor. She defeats the monster inside him, and allows him to be the man he always was afraid to fully accept. She saves him. She’s his knight in shining armor. And I love that so much.
Game of Thrones cast for Vanity Fair (April 2014)
March 27, 2005
9 years ago today
"The game. They say a person either has what it takes to play, or they don’t. My mother was one of the greats. Me, on the other hand…I’m kind screwed."
When I powder my nose, he will powder his guns
And if I try to get close, he is already gone
Don’t know what we’re doing, don’t know what we’ve done
But the fire is coming, so I think we should run
I think we should run, run, run
Modern-AU SanSan on the run because I’m on crack
*flies away into the sunset*