Three rules to live by:
- Don’t trust anyone who thinks Theon “deserved it”.
- Don’t trust anyone who’s happy Baelfire’s dead.
- Don’t trust anyone who hated Allison.
Least favourite character.
I don’t even feel bad about the whole Reek thing. He betrayed the Starks, destroyed Winterfell, and killed two innocent boys. And he’s a whiner. No one likes a whiner.
*whispers* Hey! Hey, come closer! Yes, listen closely:
He didn’t owe the Starks shit. Why do you think he does? Because they were sooo nice to him by taking him as an 8 year old to be beheaded if his father does shit again? You think they did him a favor to grow up without a family or a sense of belonging and with the thought that he could die any day? Yeah, no. You think Sansa owes the Lannisters, too?
He also didn’t destroy Winterfell. You know who did? You know who destroyed Winterfell and killed everyone there? Who, in the books, is also mainly responsible for the death of the two children? *throws some sausages at you*
Yeah, this guy. Why does no one give poor Ramsay proper credit? ಠ_ಠ He should be your least favorite considering that list above, yet you focus on the guy he brutally tortures. He basically is conga dancing in front of everyone while dressed in the skin of innocent people he killed at Winterfell, yet he never makes any list. And he tries so hard, too. :(
"Hannibal" AU were everyone and everything is happy
*frantically strokes asoiaf books in a desperate attempt to make theon feel better*
You know, it’s possible to defend and explain a controversial character, without vicitim-blaming. Trust me.
Theon lead the way up the stairs. I have climbed these steps a thousand times before. As a boy he would run up; descending he would take the steps three at a time, leaping. Once he leapt right into Old Nan and knocked her to the floor. That earned him the worst thrashing he ever had at Winterfell. - A Dance With Dragons
Thrash: verb - to beat (a person or animal) repeatedly and violently with a stick or whip.
And since that was the worst thrashing he ever had, it definitely implies that there was more than one.
I’m sorry, Belle. I really, really am.
A brief flicker of light in the ocean of 3b’s black void of plot devices and OOC behaviors.