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axechucker replied to your post: lavender-and-creme replied to your pos…

I’m not sure Walda was ever described as glamorous. Outside of fanfics, I mean.

Meh I think traipsing around Westeros/the Dreadfort in pink dresses and furs plus her attitude equal glam but that’s one interpretation

Walda Frey adapted for the television adaptation of Game of Thrones

- Introduced as new Bolton wife, nee FREY omg

- Some mention of weight/dowry with potential attempt at deadpan

- Ramsay is pressed, bitches to Theon about it

- Walda is sent to kitchens to make Roose a sandwich

Scene.

fireandlunch:

Fixed!

yes good

fireandlunch:

Fixed!

yes good

lavender-and-creme replied to your post: WALDA FREY

I know huh? In the books she’s a rather glamorous character and in the show she looks like Roose’s chambermaid.

THEY DIDN’T EVEN GIVE HER A FREY CAP

allerasphinx replied to your post: WALDA FREY

pink isn’t allowed on got, it’s not daaahrk enough

Oh my god Walda Frey is a pure beam of trollish sunshine in the series and here she looks like all of the other Freys. She is the equivalent of neon pink comic sans, Lisa Frank diaries and kitten stickers. WASTED OPPORTUNITY.

Considering the fact that Tyrion is the only character allowed comic relief on the show maybe I shouldn’t be surprised

/stan rage

WALDA FREY

Where’s the fucking pink?

Oh my GOD Ellaria Sand is FABULOUS Cersei better hold onto her weave because this queen is going to snatch them ALL I’m in love and weeping rainbows right now I can’t

Has anyone been to Awesomecon in DC before? Trying to decide if I should go

Out of the Kitchen & off the Menu: The Women of Hannibal

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words by Rebecca, image courtesy of Hannibal

If this isn’t the first time you’ve heard of NBC’s Hannibal, chances are you’ve been told it’s one of the most stylish, if not one of the best, shows on TV: graphic, dark, beautiful, and with obscene food porn. It’s also filled with a wealth of characters with convoluted morality and myriad motivations, the women of the program as richly drawn as the men.

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