"The author of Game of Thrones actually said that your character (Melisandre) is the most misunderstood. What do you think he meant by that?" (x)
How long until the 15 year olds take over this post with their garbage
name: Moriarti, though most just know me as Mori
birthday: February 31
zodiac: It depends on which zodiac we’re talking about
eye color: Blue, grey, somewhere around there
middle name: Anne
favourite color: Dark colors
lucky number: multiples of 5
favourite fictional character: I don’t have a singular favorite, so here’s one most people don’t know: Aramis from The Three Musketeers
favourite television show: Warehouse 13 and QI
favourite season: Fall
describe yourself in a few words: a friendly hermit
future children’s names: No.
meaning of your name: Mori is Latin for “to die”, etymologically speaking. And Moriarti is taken from the fictional character of the same name (Moriarty from Sherlock Holmes. Yes, I have had to clarify that to people who apparently have never seen a single adaptation of the story).
ultimate otp: Edmond Dantès/revenge (it’s funny because you think I’m joking)
starbucks order: usually vanilla bean frap, since my absolute favorite drink - the caramel ribbon crunch - was only temporary. And when I need something hot, a london fog.
THIS OR THAT:
introvert or extrovert: extrovert
dawn or dusk: Dawn.
right or left: Left
coffee or tea: Tea
rain or shine: Rain
reading or writing: Reading
DRAGON AGE: INQUISITION box art
So a boyband walked onto the Britain’s Got Talent stage and everyone thought they were going to sing One Direction or something typical…and then they sung Stars from Les Miserables.
This is the best thing ever. Just listen to those harmonies <3
EVEN SIMON STANDS. Also they are called “Collabro”. You don’t expect Stars from a bro band. I love it.
The change in looks on the judges’ faces from when they walked onstage and when they started singing is definitely something I just replayed three times.
Sass Master Elsa - We were then shown another alternate version of the confrontation with different dialogue. After Elsa refuses to give the marriage her blessing Anna insists she doesn’t need her blessing anyway shouting “You’re not my mother!” to which Elsa replies “I may not be your mother, but I am your queen.” It was a very sassy exchange that generated lots of “Oohs” and “Ahs” from the audience [x]
I don’t understand why “MEAN! MEAN QUEEN!” didn’t make it into the film.
For the first time in forever, nothing’s in our way!
"I am not lost."
Found at an abandoned school in Bremerton, Washington.
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