Inspired by this.
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↳ 23 April - Birth (1564) and Death (1616) of William Shakespeare.
his lil “idek man i do what i want” shrug in the final gif tho
hey remember how asha greyjoy was born and bred in a society that values physical strength and ability more than almost anything else and is very masculine and chose a profession/hobbies/etc that are almost always associated with men and was raised almost completely by her father for the majority of her life and only has brothers and uncles and is constantly surrounded by and associates with men.
and yet she is skeptical of her father and says flat out that her MOTHER, a frail, mentally ill woman who was never shown to be a warrior and was simply a mother who loved her children was the person who taught her to be bold.
fucking asha greyjoy.
This is the last idiotic gifset this week, I swear.
I’m not your daughter.
Oh, yes, you are. You’re my and Louis’ daughter now.
What is this history of Fantine? It is society purchasing a slave. From whom? From misery. From hunger, cold, isolation, destitution. A dolorous bargain. A soul for a morsel of bread. Misery offers; society accepts.
I just want you all to know that there’s now a portrait of Ben Whishaw as Hamlet in the National Portrait Gallery. I think this makes him a British icon.
Ben Whishaw as Hamlet
by Derry Moore, 12th Earl of Drogheda
bromide fibre print, 2004
13 3/8 in. x 12 1/2 in. (341 mm x 318 mm)
Given by John Morton Morris, 2005
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ifyouhappentoremember asked: Gina Beck (and)
If you are afraid to talk to me because you are under the impression I’m too cool for you, please don’t be.
Not only are preventing yourself from talking to someone who you think is cool you are preventing me from talking to a cool person and making friends and I like friends.
If you are reading this, this is a personal invitation to talk to me. You don’t have to be witty or clever. Just say Hi. literally that’s all you have to say.