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dunno why people don’t think he’s handsome
I know right?? I don’t understand either! I don’t know if people don’t consider him so because he always makes faces on scene and in his music videos?? But anyway, he looks like an angel. Just look at him.
what is that old algerian(?) folk tale about the boy and girl from different tribes who fall in love???? i think it’s a kabyle story
and it involves a lake and a mountain i think
are you sure it’s an Algerian tale? Because it reminds me of that Moroccan Amazigh story of this boy and girl from different tribes who fell in love and whose relationship were forbidden by their own families and it is said that both cried so much that their tears created the two lakes near Imilchil (I don’t remember the names of the lakes). That’s why there is this Moussem in Imilchil every year in which couples get married/engaged.
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oh! in that case, i wont spoil dany’s storyline for you, but tell me when you finish ADWD so we can talk about it. and yeah the sexual violence is really prevalent and mishandled. the entire scene looks like a badly planned clusterfuck.
So Dany’s storyline also includes sexual violence in ADWD?? (Ugh). Yeah, I’ll tell you when I’m finished with it. I had so much trouble getting into the book but at last, I’m really into it right now. It’s starting to get more interesting finally. Hopefully, I’m over with it soon. :D
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Trop chou (Also : congolese rumba ! that’s the name for that style that is in Papaoutai, I loooove it)
Me too! (I listen to that song just for the beats sometimes). Did you manage to find what’s the style of music in Ave Cesaria?
honestly i dont know how they’ll recover from this jaime thing… now im not sure i can trust them with dany’s storyline either.
I haven’t finished ADWD yet so I don’t know about the Dany’s storyline as a whole (don’t spoil me in that case haha) but they already messed it up to some extent imo. Her storyline is already messed up in the books since it never seems to be recognized that her actions are acts of imperialism. And the show made it worse in the Mhysa scene of last season, it was really racially loaded. (and her “I freed slaves. They are now behind me” speech in the last episode made me roll my eyes). The thing with this slavery arc is that a character like Daenerys doesn’t fit into it without making it disturbing. I would have preferred that a former slave (who is from this region) be the one to initiate such rebellions. I would have preferred a storyline in which those slaves are the initiators and makers of their own rebellion instead of those passive beings that don’t realize the injustice of their situation until great Daenerys came with her dragons and her army.
They won’t recover from that scene. This episode’s writer tried to pass it off as consensual sex at first. Obviously, it won’t be even dealt with in the show. I have no expectations. They did the same with Khal Drogo/Daenerys in season 1 which made the fact that Daenerys loves Khal Drogo eventually ridiculous and messed up. But the show was only at its beginnings at that moment and there were many other positive elements about it that people would just let it go with the issues in that arc imo. Now it’s a whole different story. They have a long history of sexual violence against the female characters now and they’re pushing the limits so far that I don’t even know what their goal is.
I wouldn’t be surprised if, when the show’s over, GRRM criticizes GoT overtly.
I wouldn’t like to see my story being altered and damaged to this point. And I don’t think anyone would be that blind to the criticisms against it fans constantly brought forward to him.
"One of the Mountain's men had tried to rape the girl at Harrenhal, and had seemed honestly perplexed when Jaime commanded Ilyn Payne to take his head off. 'I had her before, a hunnerd times,' he kept saying as they forced him to his knees. 'A hunnred times, m'lord. We all had her.' When Ser Ilyn presented Pia with his head, she had smiled through her ruined teeth."
-A Feast for Crows,