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hetaczechia · 11 hours ago
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Pippin: I want a piñata for my birthday
Merry: *handing him a bat* I’m pretty sure Boromir has candy in his pockets.
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hetaczechia · 11 hours ago
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Pippin: Have you proposed yet?
Merry: Technically, no, but in my head, we have two kids and a farm.
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hetaczechia · 11 hours ago
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Boromir: You broke into my car!
Merry and Pippin: We entered your car without your knowledge.
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hetaczechia · 12 hours ago
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Sam: It’s so nice that Mr. Frodo trusts you two enough to sleep around you.
Merry: yeah he looks so peaceful
Pippin, whipping out a SHARPIE: And vulnerable
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hetaczechia · a day ago
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Orc: and what are your names?
Pippin: don’t say anything, Merry.
Orc: Merry.
Merry: wow good job, Pippin.
Orc: and Pippin.
Merry: fuck.
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hetaczechia · a day ago
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Pippin, pulling aside the curtain: do you want to - stop screaming, it's just me - do you want to watch Breaking Bad with me
Merry: I'M IN THE SHOWER
Pippin: okay, well, when you're done, do you want to watch Breaking Bad with me?
Merry:
Merry: yeah, sounds good.
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hetaczechia · a day ago
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Merry: [about Éowyn] And then we had a little eye contact.
Pippin: Eye contact? I hope you were using protection.
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hetaczechia · a day ago
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Merry: i helped you when you got your foot stuck in the toilet!
Pippin: no you didn’t! you just laughed and took pictures!
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hetaczechia · a day ago
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Merry: Can you overdose on vitamin D?
Frodo: I mean, that's technically how Icarus died
Pippin, with tears in his eyes: iCarly is dead?
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straight friend groups: *jock* *blonde girl* *nerd* *kyle* *brunette 1* *brunette 2* *closeted gay*
gay friend groups: *ringbearer* *gardener* *heir of isildur* *son of gondor* *elf prince* *elf prince’s dwarf boyfriend* *wizard* *merry* *pippin*
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multifandom-incorrect · 2 days ago
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Legolas: This is a list of possible places Merry and Pippin could be brought to.
Gimli: .....that’s a map of Middle-Earth
Aragorn: Yeah, we have no idea where they are
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lovely-v · 2 days ago
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I am constantly thinking about Merry and Pippin in LOTR and how their character arcs are the opposite of Frodo’s. They’re both young and inexperienced at the beginning and they make a lot of mistakes (Pippin especially in Moria), but when they return to the Shire, they’re full-fledged warriors in the service of kings. Theirs is a coming of age story in the same way that The Hobbit is a coming of age story for Bilbo (I know he was already well past his literal coming of age in TH, but I mean this more in the sense of learning about the world and discovering himself).
Merry and Pippin live absolutely glorious lives post-War of the Ring, and the books specify that they always walk around in the armor of Rohan and Gondor (while Frodo and Sam notably wear plainer clothes). Merry and Pippin both lead the fight for the Shire, while Frodo has to beg them both (and Sam) not to kill anyone because he can’t handle any more death. 
And when Frodo leaves and Sam is visibly distraught, Merry and Pippin ride back to Buckland and the narration says that “already they were singing as they went.” It’s not that they aren’t sad about Frodo, but they have amazing lives and they can’t help but enjoy them. Frodo’s story is one of destruction and loss, but for Merry and Pippin, the events of LOTR led them to become noble figures, very much in the vain of Arthurian knights. And even though they’ve experienced tragedies of their own, these tragedies strengthen their resolve rather than tearing them apart.
Reading the books, it’s very clear that Merry and Pippin simply can’t understand what Frodo has gone through. I don’t mean this as a point against them personally, it’s just that they will never know the extent of that pain because their own experiences ended up being vastly different from Frodo’s. LOTR is definitely an anti-war story, and none of its protagonists want to be fighting, but Merry and Pippin end up being the ones who gain the most from their part in it all. While Frodo is clearly a tragic figure, Merry and Pippin are the valiant heroes who return from war boasting of their great deeds. Sam is somewhere in between these extremes, being the “everyman” character and the de facto protagonist of the last part of Return of the King.
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Merry: You often use humor to deflect trauma
Pippin: Thank you
Merry: I didn't say that was a good thing
Pippin: What I'm hearing is, you think I'm funny
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