Saoirse Ronan by Stefan Khoo for Wonderland, September 2014 Issue

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#about me  




ways to get me into bed 

1. have curly hair

2. wear a crown

thats it after that im so yours



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  • The Plan of Viserys Targaryen as I Understand It
  • Step 1: Marry sister to a powerful warlord.
  • Step 2:
  • Step 3: Become King of Westeros.


when your favorite song comes on during a run

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House Nymeros Martell of Sunspear
Unbowed, Unbent, Unbroken

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  • What I mean: You are one of the best friends I've ever had. The level on which we connect baffles me. I'm so so happy that I can share my interests, secrets, guilt, faults, joys, and insecurities with you in confidence and receive encouragement to improve and keep being better, and I'm comfortable with the ease with which I can reciprocate those feelings and that support to you as well. We make a great team and I'm really fortunate to have you in my life.
  • What I say: u lil shit

On portraying strong women on the screen: It’s kind of refreshing as a woman not to be playing a character that’s just defined by whom she’s in love with, to be honest. With Margaery, political ambition is motivating her—her relationships with all these different men has an agenda. Game of Thrones is like The Hunger Games in so far as it has beautiful writing of strong, complex, contradictory women—whether you’re talking about Arya Stark or Brienne of Tarth, who are physically empowering themselves; or women like Cersei and Margaery, who are doing the more traditional political court machinations. Margaery represents a very modern sort of PR, winning the hearts and minds. I’ve called her Kate Middleton crossed with your First Lady, Michelle Obama. She is a politically savvy woman who is harnessing romantic notions of royals in the populous’ mind.

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i feel like this pretty much sums it all up

part one

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