She called for the heroes from the songs, for Florian and Ser Ryam Redwyne and Prince Aemon the Dragonknight, but no one heard.
THEY KNOW SOMETHING WE DON’T KNOW
According to Europics, the teens in the photographs at the Midi festival told reporters that walking cabbages helped them cope with emotional problems.
"I feel I can transfer my negative thoughts about myself to the cabbage, go for a walk with it and come home feeling better about myself," 17-year-old Lui Ja Chen was quoted as saying.
It’s unclear whether the teens really saw some therapeutic benefit to the cabbage-walking, or they were just messing with reporters.
Another 17-year-old, Da-Xia Sung, reportedly said “I have more interest for my cabbage than I do my parents. I feel it understands me.”
I like this whichever way it spins, because it’s either a buncha kids having a harmless giggle over some silly fuckin’ with older folks, or a buncha kids using a harmless method of emotional coping that must be good for their whole neighborhood, because how can you feel bad if you look out your window and see someone mellowly pulling a cabbage along on a leash? You can’t, it’s cute as hell and your day has been improved.
POD’S FACE LOOKING AT BRIENNE IS LITERALLY MY FACE EVERY TIME I LOOK AT BRIENNE
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Natalie Dormer in The Counselor (Part 1/4)
… The faint light revealed Brienne of Tarth. “I swore to keep you safe,” the wench said stubbornly. “I swore an oath.” Naked, she raised her hands to Jaime. “A sword,” Brienne begged. In this light she could almost be a beauty, he thought. In this light she could almost be a knight. Brienne’s sword took flame as well, burning silvery blue. The darkness retreated a little more.