Category: the fellowship of the ring

Gandalf: Others dwelt here before hobbits were; and others will dwell here again when hobbits are no more.

Frodo: sorry are you threatening me right now?

Gimli: Truly Elrond spoke, saying that we could not foresee what we might meet upon our road. Torment in the dark was the danger that I feared, and it did not hold me back. But I would not have come, had I known the danger of light and joy.

*in another universe*

Elrond: On the road, you may see really, really beautiful, radiant women.

Gimli: I don’t think I can go

They have taken the bridge and the second hall. We have barred the gates but cannot hold them for long. The ground shakes, drums… drums in the deep.

*Seven Nation Army starts playing*

Gandalf: *cocks shotgun*

How are we supposed to know that they’re the fellowship of the ring if they don’t have matching uniforms that say “fellowship of the ring” on the back

Bilbo: I need a holiday — a very long holiday — and I don’t expect I shall return. In fact, I mean not to!

Gandalf: A holiday from what? What do you even do?

You can tell that I’m a real Lord of the Rings expert because my favorite character is the unnamed sentient fox that appears for three lines in chapter 3 of the fellowship of the ring. 

Aragorn: I am Aragorn son of Arathorn; and if by life or death I can save you, I will. 

Frodo: wait by my death or your death?

Aragorn: My death. 

Frodo: oh that’s okay then. I mean, thanks. 

Host: would anyone like some wine?

Me: I wasn’t planning on drinking tonight, but sure, I’ll have a glass. 


Me *banging on table*: look in chapter three of the fellowship, a fox spots the hobbits sleeping outside and comments on it. Then in chapter 11 of the fellowship, when Strider is guiding the hobbits, the text mentions that they see a fox. Obviously we should be interpreting that it’s the same fox, following them because it’s curious about what th

Tolkien: so they have to get inside Moria…hmmm…okay, so there’s a doorway, but it has a riddle they need to solve.

Tolkien: just got a great idea for a riddle. Awesome. That’ll make for a good scene.

Tolkien: also, you know what? A water monster is trying to kill them. I’ll add that in too.

The day before the Fellowship set out from Rivendell, Elrond threw a pasta party so everyone could load up on carbs before they started. It’s not directly in the text, but any reading of the chapter obviously leads the reader to surmise this.