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Lord of the Rings Confessions
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This is Lord of the Rings confessions -- a blog where you can anonymously submit your opinions on anything Lord of the Rings, be it a casting choice in the films, something from the book, your ships, or even the fandom itself -- anything at all. Confessions can be submitted in the ask box.

Though we call ourselves LOTR confessions, also take confessions about anything Tolkien.

This blog was inspired by blogs such as Harry Potter Confessions and Criminal Minds Confessions.

If you're looking for a specific character or book, the tag page has most of it sorted.

Enjoy the blog! :)

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The speech that Gandalf gives Pippin about what happens after death in RotK fills me with so much comfort, it almost makes me unafraid to die.

The speech that Gandalf gives Pippin about what happens after death in RotK fills me with so much comfort, it almost makes me unafraid to die.

There are three scenes in the last movie that I can never watch again without crying: Pippin’s song and Denethor’s cruelty; Frodo telling Sam to go home and Sam sobbing endlessly; and the biggest cryfest of all is when Frodo hugs Sam goodbye and kisses his forehead. I swear, part of me dies each time I see those specific scenes, which is also why I don’t like watching the third movie as much as the others.

There are three scenes in the last movie that I can never watch again without crying: Pippin’s song and Denethor’s cruelty; Frodo telling Sam to go home and Sam sobbing endlessly; and the biggest cryfest of all is when Frodo hugs Sam goodbye and kisses his forehead. I swear, part of me dies each time I see those specific scenes, which is also why I don’t like watching the third movie as much as the others.

I love Frodo so much, as well as Merry, Pippin, and Sam. They’re the best, most relatable characters I’ve ever found in a book.

I love Frodo so much, as well as Merry, Pippin, and Sam. They’re the best, most relatable characters I’ve ever found in a book.

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I don’t know how many times I’ve watched the scene in RotK when Denethor tells Pippin to sing a song, but I can never watch it and not cry at the last “fade”.

I don’t know how many times I’ve watched the scene in RotK when Denethor tells Pippin to sing a song, but I can never watch it and not cry at the last “fade”.

The Pippin in the movies is attractive and adorable. The Pippin in my head is my brother and very dear to me.

The Pippin in the movies is attractive and adorable. The Pippin in my head is my brother and very dear to me.



It seems like Legolas and Aragorn are always the heartthrobs of Lord of the Rings, but honestly I love the Hobbits the best. I just want to cuddle with all of them.
It seems like Legolas and Aragorn are always the heartthrobs of Lord of the Rings, but honestly I love the Hobbits the best. I just want to cuddle with all of them.
Every night I dream that Pippin dies and its my fault. And every morning I wake up crying.

Every night I dream that Pippin dies and its my fault. And every morning I wake up crying.

It always seems that people find Pippin’s “what about second breakfast?” line funny, but I don’t understand that. it seems a logical question for a hobbit to ask.

It always seems that people find Pippin’s “what about second breakfast?” line funny, but I don’t understand that. it seems a logical question for a hobbit to ask.

My favorite part of the entire trilogy is in Return of the King, right before the armies charge at the Black Gate. Seeing Merry and Pippin run towards the gate before all the others gives me goose bumps every time. Their development, to me, is the most profound. They give me such hope.

My favorite part of the entire trilogy is in Return of the King, right before the armies charge at the Black Gate. Seeing Merry and Pippin run towards the gate before all the others gives me goose bumps every time. Their development, to me, is the most profound. They give me such hope.