valueturtle asked: tbh I didn't know Renly was gay until the show because I thought Loras and Renly were just being, like, super over the top Arthurian knights with honour and codes and pure love for the king, etc, etc, etc which matched everyone rolling their eyes and calling them sweet summer children.

if i hadn’t seen the show i wouldn’t have picked it up by now either, only with the foreknowledge of seeing the show was i like ahhh he spends a lot of time with the Knight of Flowers does he NUDGE NUDGE

Renly ‘spends more on clothes than half the ladies at court’ does he WINK WINK

thiefofstars replied to your post: lolll for some reason GRRM has used th…

subliminal messaging

lol if only tbh

lolll for some reason GRRM has used the word ‘queer’ as in strange and unusual like 40 times in the last few chapters of ACOK

did he just discover it mid-writing and liked the sound of it because it sounds old-timey or

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In which Buffy meets Hannibal, figures out he eats people and then decides to outpun him.

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Anonymous asked: I've seen other gross things Moffat has said, but what exactly is this thing about calling a teenager a slut? Why is this awful person allowed a career at all?

in the dvd commentary of The Doctor Dances when Nine works out that Nancy had Jamie when she was only 15 or 16 years old, Moffat jokes that the Doctor is thinking

“You slut. You little slapper  …So are you busy later, dear?  So you’re 21? Come into the Tardis.”

oodlyenough replied to your post: Having seen Moffat interviews… I’d sa…

i love how brits think their humour is so evolved that other people ~*~*~just don’t understand it’s a joke~**~ when in reality everyone understands they just don’t find it funny sry britain

Having seen Moffat interviews… I’d say for at least half of these he’s being facetious. Yeah, some of them are man saying stupid shit .. but people do that.

.. I think this is more a misunderstanding of British humour than deliberate sexism.

yeah calling a teenage single mother “a little slut”, y’know… typical hilarious British humour…  too complex for the feeble minds of non-brits..

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