Wait but hear me out
- ravenclaws that hate studying and procrastinate every assignment
- hufflepuffs that curse like sailors and that look like they could definitely fuck you up if they wanted to
- slytherin that are really nice and sweet who constantly ask how your days going and if you need help with something
- gryffindor that are scared to kill the spider in the corner of their rooms because who knows if that shit can fly or if it’ll attack you
These are beautiful. Mary Grandpre is an artistic genius!
Lots of people still post photos of their concert tickets online and I’ve seen people crying at the entrance of a venue when this had happened to them, so I made a thing and I hope this will help some of you :)
european dude: *struggles to speak english with a heavy accent*
everyone: omg how adorable!!!
south asian dude: *struggles to speak english with a heavy accent*
everyone: uh wow lol go back to your country
the last one tho
you sir are fucking amazing
My new favorite post.
My dude Killer Mike with some of the realest Life Advice ever.
i think, on some level, i write so i don’t forget. i have this fear that one day i’m going to wake up and not remember a thing about my life. i think a big part of who you are lives in those little moments in your life. you know, the ones that you look back on and think to yourself, damn i am glad to be alive at this time. every moment i have lived has been scribbled on paper ― an old receipt, a journal entry, a napkin. please don’t forget. i don’t ever want to lose the memories of how people made me feel. i think that’s important. even the times when everything hurts, it’s still something. something worth remembering, worth figuring out. so i write. i write these memories of mine into poems and stories because i don’t ever want to know what it’s like to be without them. write, write, write. for days with hearts as tight as fists, for days when it’s an open cage. until my fingers bleed the colour of a hundred suns.
let’s review the ratings *filters the white reviews*
… If you’re a Harry Potter fan, this is wonderful news. [The study] provides some experimental backing for J.K. Rowling’s opinion that, “The Potter books in general are a prolonged argument for tolerance, a prolonged plea for an end to bigotry.”
More importantly, it shows that conveying messages of tolerance through literature actually works. Potter’s journey of self-discovery, then, might some day be immortalized in projects that aim to teach tolerance to young children.