Ha. I haven’t even seen that GoT episode yet. I’m furiously scrolling past all spoilers for all of this weeks shows.
- Did not cry
- Did not breakdown
- Did not throw a tantrum
- Did not show weakness
- Did not run away
- Did not blame Tyrion for what happened
- Did not have to be dragged down the aisle
- Did not constantly complain
- Did not place blame onto others
- Did hold her head high despite her emotional distress
- Did keep her composure
- Did act like a lady
- Did stay strong
- Did stay graceful
- Did her best
- Did what you probably couldn’t have done
I wish people would realise that there is more to being a good character than someone you want to hang out with. Often characters get seen as “whiny” or “annoying” and basically taken at face value when they’re like that for a reason.
Trying to stay positive, but feeling like every time I show any vulnerability I get either ignored or it gets thrown in my face. Starting to feel like I should stop trying to connect with people.
feeling intimidated by people you want to be really good friends with
Then David came home with Toffee Pops.
And James came home with Cornettos.
I don’t really understand how people get attached to games that haven’t even been released yet. I don’t get iiiiit