Love is all you need.
WHAT EACH KISS MEANS:
– Kiss on the Forehead: We’re cute together.
– Kiss on the Cheek: We’re friends.
– Kiss on the Hand: I adore you.
– Kiss on the Neck: I want you, now.
– Kiss on the Shoulder: Your perfect.
– Kiss on the Lips: I LOVE YOU!
When a GIRL is quiet,
Millions of things are running in her mind
When a GIRL is not arguing,
She is thinking deeply
When a GIRL looks at u with eyes full of
She is wondering how long you will be
When a GIRL answers “i’m fine” after a
She is not at all fine
When a GIRL stares at you,
She is wondering why you are lying
When a GIRL lays on your chest,
She is wishing for you to be hers forever
When a GIRL calls you everyday,
She is seeking for your attention
When a GIRL sms’s u everyday,
She wants you to reply at least once
When a GIRL says I love you,
She means it
When a GIRL says that she can’t live
She has made up her mind that you are
When a GIRL says “i miss you”,
No one in this world can miss you more
WHAT EACH GESTURE MEANS:
– Holding Hands: We definitely like each other.
– Holding you tight pressed against each other: I want you.
– Looking into each other’s Eyes: I like you, for who you are.
– Playing with Hair: Let’s fool around.
– Arms around the Waist: I like you too much to let go.
– Laughing while Kissing: I am completely comfortable with you.
“Today I caught myself smiling for no reason… then I realized I was thinking about you…”
– If you were thinking about someone while reading this, you’re definitely
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The fourth season of the epic fantasy television series Game of Thrones premiered on April 6, 2014, on HBO. It is based on the second half of A Storm of Swords, the third of the A Song of Ice and Fire novels by George R. R. Martin, of which the series is an adaptation. David Benioff and D. B. Weiss serve as main writers and showrunners for the fourth season. They co-wrote seven out of ten episodes. The remaining three episodes were written by Bryan Cogman (two episodes), and the author of A Song of Ice and Fire, George R. R. Martin (one episode).
Breaker of Chains
“Breaker of Chains” is the third episode of the fourth season of HBO’s fantasy television series Game of Thrones, and the 33rd overall. The episode was written by series co-creators David Benioff and D. B. Weiss, and directed by Alex Graves. It aired on April 20, 2014. The title ostensibly refers to the past conquests of Daenerys Targaryen (Emilia Clarke) in the cities of Yunkai and Astapor, as the ‘breaker of chains’ in freeing those cities’ slaves, as she approaches the gates of the last of the great slave cities of Slaver’s Bay, Meereen.
With this episode, Hannah Murray (Gilly) is added to the series’ main cast. Actor Jack Gleeson, whose character Joffrey Baratheon was killed in the prior episode, is nevertheless credited and appears as a still corpse in two scenes. Aidan Gillen (Petyr Baelish) returns to the series after a six-episode absence, last seen in episode six of season three.
Episode: Breaker of Chains (403). Date of exhibition: April 20, 2014. Directed by Alex Graves. Written by David Benioff and D. B. Weiss. Summary: Tyrion is immediately arrested and imprisoned under suspicion of Joffrey’s murder while Tywin begins to groom Tommen to be the next King. Meanwhile, Sansa is smuggled out of King’s Landing with the help of the fool and former knight Dontos Hollard, who brings her to Petyr Baelish’s ship. In the Riverlands, Arya and the Hound continue their journey, where they meet a kind farmer and his daughter. However, the Hound robs the farmer, much to Arya’s shock. At Dragonstone, Davos tries to figure out how to replenish Stannis’ depleted forces, and requests a loan from the Iron Bank of Braavos to pay for a new army. In the North, Sam, fearing for Gilly’s safety, has her moved out of Castle Black to Mole’s Town, despite Gilly’s desire to stay. Meanwhile, the wildings continue to raid northern villages. Jon warns them that the wildings want to lure the Night’s Watch brothers out of Castle Black, and they should instead focus on fortifying their defenses. However, they then receive word that a band of Night’s Watch mutineers have set up camp at Craster’s Keep. Jon tells the Night’s Watch to organize a party to attack the mutineers, as they cannot risk having any information about the weakness of Castle Black’s defenses leak to Mance Rayder’s approaching army. At Meereen, Daenerys lays siege to the city, and after Daario defeats Meereen’s champion, she tells the slaves to rise up against their masters.
Margaery: “One of my husbands preferred the company of men and was stabbed through the heart. Another was happiest torturing animals and was poisoned at our wedding feast. I must be cursed.”
Olenna: “Nonsense! Your circumstances have improved markedly. You may not have enjoyed watching him die. But you enjoyed it more than you would’ve enjoyed being married to him. I can promise you that.”