Spend any time on Pinterest and you’ll encounter a lot of braids. Who knew there were so many different kinds? Lace braids and French braids and Dutch braids and feather braids and waterfall braids, OH MY. While many of them are gorgeous and totally accessible for the average chick with two hands and a dream, I’m constantly seeing braids that make me do a double take and say, “Wait, is that a braid or a complex math equation?” Braids on braids on braids! A vortex of braiding! Look at some of these too closely and you’ll fall into a deep braid-hole. Seriously, these braids are so intense, only the Queen of
Braids Dragons, Khaleesi Daenerys Targaryen herself, could pull them off. Click through to see what I mean…
Seth Rogen and Snoop Dogg got together to roll some blunts and discuss “Game of Thrones” and it’s as funny as it sounds. [The Daily Dot]
Last week’s episode of “Game of Thrones” will go down in history as one of the show’s best, mainly because Tyrion Lannister is the coolest “GOT” character of all time.
Over the past three seasons we’ve witnessed him pull some pretty amazing moves, but his trial was by far the most brilliant speech the show has seen yet. And although we are worried/love him, we are confident that Tyrion Lannister is just too badass to be killed off anytime soon. Read all 25 reasons Tyrion Lannister is the most hardcore character on “Game of Thrones” on Your Tango…
Tyrion Lannister stands accused of a crime he didn’t commit, but his dad and sister have stacked the jury with people determined to find him guilty of King Joffrey’s murder. There’s only one man who could get to the bottom of this, find the real killer and get Tyrion the justice he deserves — Detective Elliot Stabler. DUNK DUNK!
“I felt uncomfortable because I would have had to go on a horse and he would have touched me up and shit. Once they told me what was entailed, I said no thanks.”
On one hand, I’m like, Who turns down a role on “Game of Thrones,” especially a role as cool as Yara (Asha) Greyjoy?! And on the other hand, I’m like, I don’t think the honor of being on one of TV’s best shows would be enough to scrub away the memory of my brother touching my tits. So yeah, I get it, Lily Allen, I get it. [Us Weekly]
To this day, I think I might be one of the only people on earth who has never seen an episode of “Breaking Bad.” Even though the series has ended, its legend lives on, and I still find myself excluded from any and all Walter White-related water cooler conversation. But once a show has been on the air for a while, it seems like a daunting task to start watching from the beginning, sometimes having to catch up on several seasons, just to be able to understand why everyone keeps saying “bitch” at the end of every sentence. But I learned the hard way: it’s better to be late to the game than to never show up at all. If you’re crippled by FOMO and want to feel like you’re relevant in society, you should be watching at least one of these TV shows with cult followings … even if it means locking yourself inside for the rest of spring. Your street cred will thank you.
Activities are wonderful, but sometimes, it’s fine to want to shut the world out for a couple of days, and make some serious time for you. Don’t be afraid of FOMO, either. There will always be another party, another pub crawl, another picnic. The time you’ll spend indulging in the things you want to do, alone, are well worth it. Here’s a handy list of awesome things to do this weekend!
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The official lyrics being, of course, Gaaaaaaaaame of fuckin’ thrones, game of fuckin’ throooooonnnnnes (over and over again till the end). But these lyrics for the earworm-y “Game of Thrones” theme song are just as good, focusing on Peter Dinklage, who plays everyone’s favorite character, Tyrion Lannister. There’s a third version of the lyrics we sing in my house – Luuuuucca, lucca luuuu, lucca luuuuuuuuuu (over and over again till the end) — but I don’t expect it to be embraced by the masses anytime soon. [Gawker]
It’s not easy out there in the trenches of modern love. Finding someone even somewhat acceptable to go to dinner with is a struggle, never mind a person you want to see more than once a week. While sifting through duds on OKCupid and swiping left on every single match that comes your way on Tinder, your mind might start to wander towards the kind of men that existed at a time when things were more rustic, more dangerous, with more fur capes and dragons. Maybe you’ve cast a critical eye to the comforting glow of your Sunday night television lineup, and realized the answer has been streaming into your home every Sunday on HBO. “Game of Thrones” is a veritable buffet of available, attractive men. When faced with so many options, what’s a girl to do? Don’t worry, we got your back. Here’s our definitive ranking of the men of “Game of Thrones” by dateability.