"This book is why I’m suffering, not Marian. Every story in it has one thing in common… the villains never get the happy ending, and it’s always been right. I thought not being the villain would change things, but this book, these stories… Only see me one way. So, what’s your plan?”
#there’s something wrong with this thought process #because both Rumple and Hook got what looks like their happy ending # I think this book has a problem only with you
The answer is…stop doing evil shit, Regina.
(Source: thelittletimelady, via rickcasshole)
"When you’re at the pool lounging on a beach chair and some little kids are running and the lifeguard screams out “no running” do you respond “excuse, not all of us are running”? No, you don’t. The lifeguard didn’t have to specifically state who they were talking to because you’re intelligent enough to comprehend that the comment wasn’t being directed at you."
Found a quote that shuts down that “not all men” argument pretty well. (via mykicks)
Roger Wakefield MacKenzie
Our first look at Wee Roger! #RogerMac
"I’ll remember every moment, every second. I’ll never forget when I came out of the church and saw you for the first time. It was as if I stepped outside on a cloudy day, and suddenly the sun came out.”
Loved her dress, but I think I loved Jamie’s Fraser colors and coat more.
(Source: lostrealmofarnor, via lostrealmofarnor)
HOW DARE YOU?
Stop being so awesome you guuiissse.
"MACBETH: do you think I would make a good king
LADY MACBETH skateboards across the hall
LADY MACBETH: king of jerking off maybe"
*sorry, I had no idea I needed to discuss this*
See… I never really blamed…
I’m joining in because I love talking about Outlander! I agree with you. I’m on book 5 right now, and there have been several conversations and internal thoughts from Claire about how she thought that Frank was a good man, despite the fact that he was unfaithful in their marriage. She said that their issues were not one sided, that she didn’t try to make the marriage happy because she missed Jamie so much, and she was focused on raising her daughter. She knew about the affairs, but decided she couldn’t really blame him for his actions, so she just let them happen and let them simmer. Jamie also has similar sentiments once he meets Brianna. He appreciates Frank for raising his daughter for him, raising her to be a good, and strong woman. And he and Claire both admit that Frank was most likely a better person than both of them. There really isn’t any bitterness, even though the last time Frank and Claire speak, it’s in anger. I like Frank, I always have and I feel bad for him.