#you and t-ray
Cross the border,
Into the big bad world
Where it takes you ‘bout an hour
Just to cross the road
Just to stumble across another poor old soul from
The dreary old lanes to the high-street madness
I fight with my brain to believe my eyes
And it’s harder than you think
To delay this sadness
That creeps up my spine
And haunts me through the night
But life is good and the girls are gorgeous
Suddenly the air smells much greener now
And I’m wandering around
With a half pack of cigarettes
Searching for the change that I’ve lost somehow
These streets have too many names for me
I’m used to Glenfield road and spending my time down in Orchy
I’ll get used to this eventually
I know, I know
(Source: aportraitofinsanity, via coffeejen)
Do you think she could have loved me?
NO. THIS RIGHT HERE IS NOT OK. YOU WANNA KNOW WHY? I’LL FUCKING TELL YOU WHY.
We all know that Kili is considered the “hot” dwarf, right? But in Dwarven culture, attractiveness is determined by your facial hair. Look at all the other dwarves, most of them have really extravagant beards (save for Thorin, really, but Richard Armitage said that he cut it off to honour those who were burned in Smaug’s attack on Erebor). Even most of the dwarf women have beards! So the fact that Kili only has stubble says that he would probably be considered UGLY to dwarf women. Think about it, he’s most likely seen as the goofy little brother of the soon-to-be king, Fili, who is the brother that gets all the girls.
AND THEN HE GOES AND SAYS THIS.
"Do you think she could have loved me?"
This is literally heart breaking because all of his life, he’s been overshadowed by Fili and has heard dwarf women talking about him behind his back about his lack of facial hair. So when Tauriel, a beautiful, brave Elf shows an interest in him, HIM and NOT Fili, it gives him hope for something that could never be. And when he says this, the connotation is that he’s never really had a first love, and I think, essentially, that he doesn’t deserve it.