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if you had a really terrible phase where you were an offensive little asshole but you know better now i wanna let you know that i’m proud you were able to pull yourself out of that because some people just don’t know when to grow the fuck up but you did


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Bobcat Mother and Kittens by Tim Fitzharris
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onionboolius: Hey chica, hope your holiday is going well/went well. Do you by chance know the extent of House Lannister's debts to date?


Thanks, doing good. :) And House Lannister is not in debt currently. Unlike what the show said (I’m pretty sure you wouldn’t be referring to it though?) the Westerlands mines are not remotely empty and House Lannister remains very very rich.

The crown is heavily in debt, however. And though the crown is currently run by members of House Lannister and their vassals, it is not actually part of the house, and their accounts are separate. In fact, the crown owes a great amount to the Lannisters, among others:

Grand Maester Pycelle looked to Littlefinger and asked, “Will the treasury bear the expense?”
“What treasury is that?” Littlefinger replied with a twist of his mouth. “Spare me the foolishness, Maester. You know as well as I that the treasury has been empty for years. I shall have to borrow the money. No doubt the Lannisters will be accommodating. We owe Lord Tywin some three million dragons at present, what matter another hundred thousand?”
Ned was stunned. “Are you claiming that the Crown is three million gold pieces in debt?”
“The Crown is more than six million gold pieces in debt, Lord Stark. The Lannisters are the biggest part of it, but we have also borrowed from Lord Tyrell, the Iron Bank of Braavos, and several Tyroshi trading cartels. Of late I’ve had to turn to the Faith.”

—AGOT, Eddard IV

Note even after his grandson was on the throne, Tywin still had no desire whatsoever to release the crown’s debts:

“Robert was as generous with his coin as he was with his cock. Littlefinger borrowed heavily. From you, amongst others. Yes, the incomes are considerable, but they are barely sufficient to cover the usury on Littlefinger’s loans. Will you forgive the throne’s debt to House Lannister?”
“Don’t be absurd.”

—ASOS, Tyrion IV

Now, as of AFFC, Cersei Lannister was able to get the Faith to forgive what the crown owed them, nearly 1 million gold, in exchange for revoking the 250-year-old ban on the Faith Militant. (To her eventual dismay.) She also refused to make any payments on the debt owed to the Iron Bank of Braavos, causing them to refuse any new Westerosi loans, demand immediate repayment of loans from all over Westeros, and fund the Iron Throne’s enemies. (Again, to her dismay.) But again, this is the crown’s debt, not that of House Lannister.

That said, in ADWD Tyrion did make a promise of gold to the Second Sons mercenary company so that he could join them, signing bearer bonds drawing on his (currently inaccessible) Lannister accounts and as his (legally questionable) status as Lord of Casterly Rock. That in total was a promise of approximately 150,000 gold, plus lands, a castle, and a lordship. So I suppose those could be considered House Lannister’s debts, though whether they’ll ever be collected is a very good question.

But if you’re asking about figurative debts that the Lannisters intend to pay, I couldn’t tell you offhand. Though if you wanted, I could do a search for every time their catchphrase is mentioned and figure out who’s still needing payback of one form or another. :)

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have you ever had the urge to spoil somebody and buy them everything they’ve ever wanted because they are just so wonderful and you love them a lot and they deserve all of the nice things??? then u realize u are broke and sad

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False rape accusations are an anomaly.

True rape accusations are a norm.

You’re, quite literally, more likely to be killed by a comet than falsely accused of rape.

Re-blog now, read later.

"Because 1 in 33 men will be raped in his lifetime, men are 82,000x more likely to be raped than falsely accused of rape. It seems many of us would do well to pay more attention to how rape culture affects us all than be paranoid about false accusers.”

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