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    You want a bad p*ssy, but you need the sweet honeypot
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  1. JCRB's Honeypot

    Football: Just Slaven Away

    Thanks, mate. Just woke up. The country's still mad and celebrating. Now, where's Russia? How do I get there??? /O/ Putin, here we go!
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    Football: Just Slaven Away

    Nope. We're going. After 36 years. The streets, the cities, the whole country's gone mad now. It's been declared National Holiday. We broke the curse. Still can't believe it. Yes, we're crying.
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    Rhaegar's final words

    Plottwist: he said "ARTHUR!".
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    Rhaegar's final words

    Rhaegar represents the "old Westeros", the more romantic and "fantasy-like" side of it. So, it makes sense that he dies with this romantic action. Also, I think the reason for him to say so is to "curse" Robert Baratheon, albeit not intentionally. To remind him the reason why he's fighting at all, and that he had the one thing he wanted but would never have. Robert often dreams of himself killing Rhaegar, so I'm sure he also remember that Rhaegar died with Lyanna's name on his lips. This reminds him that Rhaegar took her away. He pretty much accepts that himself as he acknowledges that Rhaegar "won". The simple mention of Lyanna's name was enough to destroy Robert for the rest of his life.
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    Targaryen Morality

    All nobility is entitled. Otherwise, they'd be democrats. With that being said, exist some who believe they have a duty towards their people rather than to their own interests or the interests of their kin (e.g. Tywin vs Egg). That, of course, includes the Targaryens. But I wouldn't say many of them do it for the people, but rather for their own. I think, honestly, the only one who actually believes in helping people beyond a paternalist feeling, are Egg and Young Griff (who isn't confirmed to be a Targaryen, but for the sake of discussion, let's say he is).
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    Do Unsullied always train ?

    Grey Worm mentions they have a goddess exclusively for them, so, at least they do spend some time worshiping her or doing any kind of ritual related to her. Considering this goddess has many names, I'd say this is a small evidence of how they still retain their individuality. So, yes, they probably spend their days doing something else besides training and praying. They just aren't obvious about it.
  7. I don't think the idea of the Iron Throne "rejecting" an unfit King so farfetched, nor there is anything magical about it. Aegon made the Throne that way to make sure no King sits comfortable, they would have to be always wary and alert, but also calm. A King that isn't in that state, can get cut easily. Aerys, as he was mad and paranoid, probably was always anxious when sitting on the Throne and moved a lot. That's why he cut himself all the time.
  8. Small Off-topic: guys, guys, guuuuys. Hi. Not dead (and I haven't become a Trump supporter either). Rumours of both have been quite exaggerated. I've been busy with personal projects, I got sick again last month, and for those of you who have heard about the floods in Peru, yes: it's been terrible here. I'm ok, I live in a place that is safe (although the city didn't have water for four days and it's still the same for many districts until they can fix it all). Sadly, more than 50% of the country has been damaged one way or another, and thousands have lost everything. It's calmed down a bit, but it might continue the next week because more rains are coming. Also, in case you thought you had problems, we had a prison set on fire, a small earthquake, a terrorist attack, and today, a volcano too. Maybe Captain Planet will show up? Yes, I'm joking about it: joking helps people to go through bad times. Those whose countries are already sent help or are sending help by now (South America, EU, USA, Canada, Japan, Turkey), thank you very much. It's highly appreciated. I know for certain that it's already been distributed among those who need it the most. For those who want to help, Peruvian embassies all over the world are receiving donations*. Here is a list with all the bank accounts that had been opened. The money will go to the INDECI, the Institute that provides help during disasters. (that's an official list by the government, I had nothing to do with it, I'm not the president. Yet). If you have any questions, please don't derail the thread and DM. But as I said, I'm ok, my family and friends in general are ok as well. *Those living in Florida, I know the Peruvian community there is taking food and other things and they need a lot of help, specially to send it here. Now, let's continue with our shenanigans. _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ Thought of a crazy theory but you can't prove it and just want to tell everyone? Some lines gave you a hunch that you're certain might happen but you have no evidence? You think X is an idiot and need to tell the world? Fear no more. We all been there. No discussions. No evidence. Just... random thoughts. not mix up with small questions or I never noticed that previous ones, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 8, 9
  9. Just wondering how you are, have not seen you post or Rant lately?

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    [TWoW Spoilers] Aeron I (Balticon)

    NO SHOW HERE! /O/ But if you want, remember that Theon actually returned to the Iron Islands. I'm sure Theon will also. In the books, IICR, Asha is looking to void the Kingsmoot. Considering that Theon is Balon's only son, I think she has a chance to do so. There wouldn't be a need for a Kingsmoot if the real "heir" shows up.
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    [TWoW Spoilers] Aeron I (Balticon)

    Well, he's going to give us a very close narration of the battles to come. VERY CLOSE. But seriously, I really liked this aspect of him. I would have never guessed Asha was his fav, and him giving Falia words of comfort was unexpectedly tender Nah, the then High Septon or whoever was in charged said that to make the whole thing more mysterious. I mean, you need no prophecy to know that, if you don't surrender to the guy with teh dragons, you're gonna get all burned.
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    [TWoW Spoilers] Aeron I (Balticon)

    I agree with that, I just feel like the idea of a character similar to Bran but for the Others, could have been introduced earlier. The Others were introduced in the very first chapter, and it was obvious they were smart beings. Or maybe there is something we haven't seen
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    [TWoW Spoilers] Aeron I (Balticon)

    There was a podcast in which one of the participants said he would hate that ASOIAF ends in some sort of "magical paraphernalia battle". Oh, boy, he's up to disappointment. Funny thing is that they are Tolkien fans. People often forget ASOIAF is fantasy. The "realism" Martin offers has nothing to do with the classic elements of fantasy. It's like they want it to be something else, more "mature", more "serious", whatever that means for them. I think they'd be happy if they accept once and for all that ASOIAF is fantasy.
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    [TWoW Spoilers] Aeron I (Balticon)

    You start having visions about dwarves... Reminds me of Peter Dinklage's documentary/film in which he protests that small actors are only used for scenes in which people have crazy dreams.
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    [TWoW Spoilers] Aeron I (Balticon)

    Maybe. Didn't Dany see something similar?