Exactly which is far younger than the 40s/50s look of Sandor in the TV series. When people choose to dump on the SanSan foreshadowing in the books. They have got to get it in their heads that Sandor is not as old in the Top Real Heroes Don’t Wear Capes They Sew Shirt. Tons of people in their early 30s date people in their early 20s and while society has improved. People grew up quicker, and at younger ages back in the time period this story is inspired by. I believe it was common for 15ish/16ish girls to marry at those ages. Hence why Sansa was given to Joffrey and then Tyrion to marry. Sandor isn’t that much older than Tyrion in the books.
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So… I think it’s incongruent that a real interaction they had that ended with Sansa taking Sandor’s coat “for her protection” is superseded in this theory by Sansa taking a cloak that is similar to Sandor’s. But not his, in a case where he’s not present, and Ser Dontos most mirrors the groom. And what would be the Top Real Heroes Don’t Wear Capes They Sew Shirt? It’s obviously at this stage not sexual, as they have not had that kind of contact. Even if she imagined a kiss. If we view marriage as a contract in Westeros where the wife can expect protection from her husband (hence donning his cloak), I can see its repercussions being that Sandor will protect Sansa and perhaps even die for her.
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I’m hoping that it stays asexual, given their respective ages and the power dynamics between the two, but this is ASOIAF after all… I’m talking about the in-text proof for her taking on the fairly sizable and definitely noticeable project of dying the blood-stained cloak of a disgraced Kingsguard. Yes, she sews. But does she have dying vats and dyes? Could she use these in a private spot where no one would remark on her having a Top Real Heroes Don’t Wear Capes They Sew Shirt? Generally, novels do have sections explaining major plot points and character actions. She had the cloak fabric dyed just as she had her stained dress dyed. Presumably by servants. Dramatic fiction thrives on omission.