Theda Baratheon

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About Theda Baratheon

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    made of moonlight magic and macabre
  • Birthday 04/24/1994

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    the land of pixies and tin
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    liquid eyeliner, pigeons, pretending to be a dark sorceress

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    Siân

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  1. With twin peaks the second season starts great, goes a bit shit in the middle and then gets really fucking good again - so you have a lot of stellar stuff to come
  2. Riverdale -- Archie, only with more murder

    Yeah Archie is definitely the weakest. I love Betty, Veronica, Cheryl and especially Jughead though - solid 'teen' cast.
  3. Milo Yiannopoulos

    Cursed, foul name Bye felicia
  4. man im halfway through the 100 and im loving it - so funny how it turned from teeny drama light sci fi fair to genuinely great genre TV
  5. Riverdale -- Archie, only with more murder

    I think the cast is really great though.
  6. Men's rights/issues thread- Grab 'em right by the willy

    Except I don't think there is. I'm only really commenting on this because recently two of my friends boyfriends have been acting this way; they have hardly anyu friends, hardly ever go out and rely on their girlfriends for EVERY bit of social and emotional interaction. Maybe women do this shit too, but like I said there's less stigma tied to women being open with their emotions. I also think there's probably around an even number of women who are stoic and who prefer to self reflect; I know plenty of women who operate this way and I know plenty of men like this too who are totally happy seeming and healthy and good. You seem to think, when people bring up ''toxic masculinity'' that they are denigrating every single thing tied to masculinity and that's a common misunderstanding; because there are plenty of ''traditionally masculine'' behaviours that I admire; but just today I read another post from some guy saying all millennial men were simpering wimps who were repulsive to women because they might be a bit more in touch with their emotions? like lmao calm down - I don't know why it's such a big thing for people. I would be perfectly happy in a relationship with someone who was ''stoic'' and preferred to self reflect - because as all overt the place as my emotions can be, and contrary to how I probably come across on this board, i'm actually pretty self-reflective, REALLY value my own space and alone time and have been pretty stoic with my emotions but sometimes i've bottled them up so much so I've been ill. It's not that women are better at managing emotions or that men are crap; it's just that women are expected to be better.
  7. Riverdale -- Archie, only with more murder

    I might be in the minority but I'm totally digging the popculture heavy dialogue - it's cracking me up and actually not totally unbelievable for teenagers to speak this way these days lmao
  8. Riverdale -- Archie, only with more murder

    WooHoo! Glad to see a thread for this show! I'm really enjoying it!!
  9. Exercise and Fitness: sticking to resolutions

    I know this isn't a big deal for everyone here but I'm ecstatic because I haven't been fit since I was 16 (now 22) and I just ran for 2.5k straight only stopping VERY briefly to cross the road a couple of times and I briskly walked/jogged another 3k on top of that - I feel great
  10. Men's rights/issues thread- Grab 'em right by the willy

    Women aren't perfect either and can totally be emotional vampires
  11. Men's rights/issues thread- Grab 'em right by the willy

    Oh I agree; I think this idea is about the types of men (and I know quite a few, some of them my friends) who expect their girlfriends to handle SO MUCH emotional labour on their behalf and put them on pedestals and when they fall short of those incredibly high standards are really shocked and upset I don't think it's just about stoic men because I know women who aren't open with their emotions as well as men who aren't who are totally healthy and good. It's just the type of people who mock these strong friendships not realising the amount of emotional labour their wives or girlfriends have to deal with from them. I mean of course some women do exactly the same thing it's just there's less stigma for us to have these types of bonds with other people. I don't think there's anything wrong with someone who is simply just not open with their emotions it's just when all emotions, bad ones too, are constantly kept to yourself - can never be good.
  12. Men's rights/issues thread- Grab 'em right by the willy

    Oh I agree; I think this idea is about the types of men (and I know quite a few, some of them my friends) who expect their girlfriends to handle SO MUCH emotional labour on their behalf and put them on pedestals and when they fall short of those incredibly high standards are really shocked and upset I don't think it's just about stoic men because I know women who aren't open with their emotions as well as men who aren't who are totally healthy and good. It's just the type of people who mock these strong friendships not realising the amount of emotional labour their wives or girlfriends have to deal with from them. I mean of course some women do exactly the same thing it's just there's less stigma for us to have these types of bonds with other people. I don't think there's anything wrong with someone who is simply just not open with their emotions it's just when all emotions, bad ones too, are constantly kept to yourself - can never be good.
  13. Taboo: Tom Hardy's historical drama (BBC1/FX) [spoilers]

    yeah that would make me AANNGERRY
  14. Exercise and Fitness: sticking to resolutions

    Went jogging/briskly walking for another 50 mins today! Baby steps...baby steps...I'm getting out of breath fairly quickly which is natural as I'm quite unfit but I'm surprised at how narurally my body is getting back into it as I'm jogging pretty well and I'm not pushing myself to sprint but I'm naturally quite fast and find it easier than trying to go too slow. I used to be a great runner in school and I'm soooo looking forward getting back into proper running again.
  15. Taboo: Tom Hardy's historical drama (BBC1/FX) [spoilers]

    Okay good well not good because I loved little Winter - but if Delaney had killed her I wouldn't have had any sympathy for him left - yeah Zilpha isn't very interesting at all I don't buy their romance. I really love Godfrey - I just want him to be happy and safe