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Six characters I’m ok with dying in city of heavenly fire

tmicouture:

> Maia {for some reason I just don’t like her}
>Jordan {so he can be with Maia}
>Sebastian {evil brother who is trying to take over the world and all,duhhhhhhh}
>Robert lightwood {he is barely in the book and I don’t like him cuz he cheated on maryse}
>The seelie queen { this bitch must be eliminated}
>Jocelyn { she just annoys me and needs to trust her own daughter and not hate jace}

I actually like the Seelie Queen a lot. She seems so freaking interesting, same with Camille Belcourt. I really hope Maureen lied like the little bitch she is and didn’t kill her. I LOVE strong female characters with a little evil in them. 

Cersei, ya hear me?

Jocelyn, well. Idk. I want Clary to have a family and be happy. I guess I don’t want her to die. 

Everyone else, go ahead. Screw Robert. He’s not ok with Alec being gay so fuck him.

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You don’t treat a future President like that…

Only current Presidents:

tessagra-y:

friendly reminder that no girls die in cohf

I don’t think this is true. Cassandra said “no ladies are fridged.” It’s a trope which I think means there isn’t a death that is simply for shock value, or for no reason.

Of course, I could be wrong.

So, you know that feeling you get when you realize your ship will never be canon? You know, like this:

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but 1,000% worse. Ya. It’s happening to me. 

thebacklot:

“Brokeback” to TV?
Variety is reporting that eight years after the debut of the award-winning film, The CW has commissioned a pilot TV adaptation of Brokeback Mountain from executive producer Greg Berlanti (Arrow, Everwood). “We are absolutely thrilled to be bringing the iconic world of Brokeback Mountain to television,” said Berlanti. “It’s such a groundbreaking story that moves everyone who reads it or saw the film. We are eager to bring that same feeling to brand new, younger audiences at The CW.”

I know this is a joke but I would’ve watched the shit out of that. No lie.

thebacklot:

“Brokeback” to TV?

Variety is reporting that eight years after the debut of the award-winning film, The CW has commissioned a pilot TV adaptation of Brokeback Mountain from executive producer Greg Berlanti (Arrow, Everwood).

“We are absolutely thrilled to be bringing the iconic world of Brokeback Mountain to television,” said Berlanti. “It’s such a groundbreaking story that moves everyone who reads it or saw the film. We are eager to bring that same feeling to brand new, younger audiences at The CW.”

I know this is a joke but I would’ve watched the shit out of that. No lie.