For all things Swedish... No, not really. I'm just here for one crazy viking, Mr. Eric Northman aka Alexander Skarsgård.
Ok... I'm just going to add a bit of personal information here: I'm short, brunette, older than I look, bad-tempered but sweet (people really think I'm a darling... Ha! Their mistake not mine). And just to wrap it up, English is not my native tongue. So there... this all you need to know about me. I'm not that interesting anyway.
Heads up: My blog is about ASkars and True Blood MAINLY. I might post some things other than that here and there, BUT not often. Also, I REALLY am not a fan of Bill Compton and that dull werewolf Al(zzzzzzz)cide. Just be warned and follow me at your own risk.
FYI, I am a big Eric/Sookie shipper. I love them together and I will always root for them. Plus, I am definetely NOT a Sookie hater.
Obs: (to my followers) I do not promise to follow you back. Don't think I mean it to be rude, I just do not wish my dash to go crazy on me.
Other things you might see in my blog too:
Game of Thrones, Bones, Gilmore Girls and anything I find interesting.
THIS BLOG IS NOT SPOILER FREE.
You know what “chaps my ass”? The complete lack of consideration the TB writers give to the maker/child bond. It makes no sense at this point. Eric didn’t feel anything to warn him of Nora’s death. Even if they rarely meet in person, they are still bound together by blood. His blood is Godric’s blood, as is her. He would have felt at least a small void by her true death. Yet, he fell for the lie hook, line and sinker.
What’s worst, Pam and Jessica are the direct progenies of Eric and Bill. However, they feel absolutely nothing while their makers are being tortured and interrogated. Jessica’s having a frat party and Pam’s at work, sending Eric voicemails. What the hell? They feel nothing? Does their bond short circuit if it goes too far outside their wireless network? Seriously.
Pam didn’t feel Tara getting burned by the silver.
Oh, and while we’re on the topic of Pam and Tara, does a Maker’s command mean absolutely nothing anymore? Pam very specifically said “Stay in the house” and we saw Tara try to go through the glass door but couldn’t. Yet, the next night, she ran through the front door like it was the easiest task in the world.