I like to believe that whenever a Lannister is born, the maester takes the baby Lannister up to the tallest tower of Casterly Rock, smudges some red clay on the baby’s forehead, and holds the baby high above his head. And then all of Lannisport sees the baby and the whole city sings, “NAAAAAAAAHHHHHNTS INGONYAMAAAAAAAAAAAA BAGIITHIIIIIIII BABAAAAAAAA (Sithi uhhhhmm ingonyamaaaaa)”
your move, internet
headcanon accepted u_u
bardowlatry replied to your post: Dude Who Plays Jon Snow: GNGHHHFFFF. PS- your hair is not manly. you are not a lannister. Kthxbi. -FicbitchI don’t watch GoT but that last paragraph makes me want to.
LET ME TELL YOU ABOUT LANNISTER HAIR
First of all, this is their dad. He invented money.
In the books, he’s bald but has Fabulous Gold Muttonchops of Capitalism and Masculinity. On the show, he makes up for this by wearing lots of pleats and being Charles Dance.
Anyway. After years of swimming daily through Scrooge McDuck-style money pits, the gold has actually seeped into the Lannister kids’ systems, giving them the glossy blonde locks for which they are justly famous.
Even Joffrey, Jaime and Cersei’s psychotic incestuous offspring, has impressive highlights.
They keep their hair shiny and beautiful with a strict nutritive regimen.
They also try to keep healthy through physical activity, usually in the form of violence.
Cersei’s hair looks fabulous throughout all her many moods, including: quietly disdainful;
Jaime’s hair always looks fabulous
…except when it doesn’t.
Which is why Tyrion gets the award for Best Lannister Hair Ever, because when he’s been imprisoned his hair looks like this:
Both Jaime and Cersei end up getting their heads shaved, and Tyrion ends up wandering around Essos with no access to a good conditioner. This makes all the Lannisters sad.