Lost, but smiling

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First Day of School vs Second Day of School

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First Day of School vs Second Day of School

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thedinozzos:

It’s raining outside and it smells incredible

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theravennest:

rizaoftheowls:

hugh-danced-the-dancy:

leonardodiretardo:

i hate it when adults assume i’m on the internet all the time by choice. if i had enough money to travel around and etc, do you think i would be withering away my youth behind a computer screen you useless paperclip.

I dont think i have ever heard the term useless paperclip used as an insult before.

clearly you never tried to write a word document in the 90s

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queenofheartsonthesleeve:

Did you know that beekeepers have famously attractive eyes ? Every single one of them . I don’t know the science behind it , but studies show beauty is in the eye of the bee holder . 

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daily reminder that the boy you’re in love with at 16 probably won’t matter when you’re 25.

daily reminder that the math test you failed your freshman year of high school probably won’t matter when you’re graduating college.

daily reminder that the problems you’re facing today may seem like the worlds end, but they will not matter in a year.

daily reminder that you’re going to be okay.

everything is going to be okay.

(Source: theperksofbeing-kate, via alittleworldofimagination)

disappears:

can i politely murder you

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“Introverts, in contrast, may have strong social skills and enjoy parties and business meetings, but after a while wish they were home in their pajamas. They prefer to devote their social energies to close friends, colleagues, and family. They listen more than they talk, think before they speak, and often feel as if they express themselves better in writing than in conversation. They tend to dislike conflict. Many have a horror of small talk, but enjoy deep discussions.”
— Susan Cain, Quiet: The Power of Introverts in a World That Can’t Stop Talking (via brivid)

(Source: quotes-shape-us, via brivid)

likeasistertohim:

spookyreyna:

hazels-dick:

spookytartarus:

homeschooledloser:

fortheloveofotps:

itsthegreatpumpkinstiles:

spookyskittlez29:

chicly-geek:

…It all makes sense now O.O 





WHAT IF WHEN THEYRE OLDER THEY GET TAKEN BACK TO NARNIA AND BECOME THE FOUR FOUNDING MOTHERS AND FATHERS AND CHANGE THEIR NAMES AND HOGWARTS IS REALLY IN NARNIA WHICH IS WHY MUGGLES CANT SEE IT

BUT REALLY THINK ABOUT IT LIKE THEIR PERSONALITIES REALLY GO WITH THE HOUSES. PETER IS THE COURAGEOUS ONE. SUSAN IS THE SMART ONE. EDMUND TOTALLY BETRAYED THEM AT OE POINT. AND LUCY IS THE SMALL UNDERESTIMATED ONE WHO IS ACTUALLY AWESOME SOMETIMES.

"WHO IS REALLY AWESOME SOMETIMES" MAN WITHOUT LUCY THEY WOULD NEVER EVER HAVE GOTTEN TO NARNIA, SHE WAS THE ONE WHO FOUND OUT ABOUT IT FIRST

BECAUSE HUFFLEPUFFS ARE PARTICULARLY GOOD FINDERS

HUFFLEPUFFS ARE PARTICULARLY GOOD FINDERS

OKAY WAIT A SECOND
EDMUND IS NOT A SLYTHERIN SIMPLY BECAUSE HE “BETRAYED THEM AT ONE POINT”
He’s a Slytherin because he’s ambitious and cunning. He knows what he wants and he’s been offered a way to get it. (And PS: he betrayed them because his siblings were totally rotten to him, and then he stumbled into this land where a nice woman gave him things and told him he was special, like the whole Death Eater thing, which means only that he was doing what he thought was better than being yelled at all day by his family.)
Slytherins are clever, shrewd, ambitious, and they are loyal to what serves them best. Edmund is also clever, ambitious, and has that element of trickery and mischief about him trademark of Slytherins. 
Sure, he screwed up. Not everyone’s perfect. He may have done something he wasn’t proud of, but here’s the thing:
He’s not proud of it. He’s ashamed of what he did. 
He comes back to Aslan’s camp and he looks at them apologetically. His look says, I’m sorry. I’m sorry I put you in danger and I’m sorry I messed up. 
He’s a brilliant, shrewd boy, and he checks himself and ends up fighting for the “good” side with the “good” Gryffindor, Hufflepuff, and Ravenclaw.
So no, Edmund is not a Slytherin because he betrayed his family.
He’s a Slytherin because he’s cunning, ambitious, loyal to his cause (but can change), resourceful, and he’s a self-preserver. 

likeasistertohim:

spookyreyna:

hazels-dick:

spookytartarus:

homeschooledloser:

fortheloveofotps:

itsthegreatpumpkinstiles:

spookyskittlez29:

chicly-geek:

…It all makes sense now O.O 

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WHAT IF WHEN THEYRE OLDER THEY GET TAKEN BACK TO NARNIA AND BECOME THE FOUR FOUNDING MOTHERS AND FATHERS AND CHANGE THEIR NAMES AND HOGWARTS IS REALLY IN NARNIA WHICH IS WHY MUGGLES CANT SEE IT

BUT REALLY THINK ABOUT IT LIKE THEIR PERSONALITIES REALLY GO WITH THE HOUSES. PETER IS THE COURAGEOUS ONE. SUSAN IS THE SMART ONE. EDMUND TOTALLY BETRAYED THEM AT OE POINT. AND LUCY IS THE SMALL UNDERESTIMATED ONE WHO IS ACTUALLY AWESOME SOMETIMES.

"WHO IS REALLY AWESOME SOMETIMES" MAN WITHOUT LUCY THEY WOULD NEVER EVER HAVE GOTTEN TO NARNIA, SHE WAS THE ONE WHO FOUND OUT ABOUT IT FIRST

BECAUSE HUFFLEPUFFS ARE PARTICULARLY GOOD FINDERS

HUFFLEPUFFS ARE PARTICULARLY GOOD FINDERS

OKAY WAIT A SECOND

EDMUND IS NOT A SLYTHERIN SIMPLY BECAUSE HE “BETRAYED THEM AT ONE POINT”

He’s a Slytherin because he’s ambitious and cunning. He knows what he wants and he’s been offered a way to get it. (And PS: he betrayed them because his siblings were totally rotten to him, and then he stumbled into this land where a nice woman gave him things and told him he was special, like the whole Death Eater thing, which means only that he was doing what he thought was better than being yelled at all day by his family.)

Slytherins are clever, shrewd, ambitious, and they are loyal to what serves them best. Edmund is also clever, ambitious, and has that element of trickery and mischief about him trademark of Slytherins. 

Sure, he screwed up. Not everyone’s perfect. He may have done something he wasn’t proud of, but here’s the thing:

He’s not proud of it. He’s ashamed of what he did. 

He comes back to Aslan’s camp and he looks at them apologetically. His look says, I’m sorry. I’m sorry I put you in danger and I’m sorry I messed up. 

He’s a brilliant, shrewd boy, and he checks himself and ends up fighting for the “good” side with the “good” Gryffindor, Hufflepuff, and Ravenclaw.

So no, Edmund is not a Slytherin because he betrayed his family.

He’s a Slytherin because he’s cunning, ambitious, loyal to his cause (but can change), resourceful, and he’s a self-preserver. 

(Source: iwatoobi, via sradragneel)

indigo-incandescent:

twigwise:

hartosexuals-mdk:

Mae Martin is the best! :)

Please do not laminate your queers

do not laminate your queers

(Source: cantcontrolthegay, via wingedinsanity)

d0nn0:

d0nn0:

i wrote a song about a tortilla

actually its more of a wrap

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pincuo:

i always want boys to like me but the second i find out a boy likes me i feel uncomfortable and i distance myself from him

(via findsomethingtofightfor)

Andrew Scott: *breathes*

Me: oh my god oh my god oH MY GOD DO IT AGAIN

taxicar:

im like pre stress stressed like im stressed about the stress that i will b stressed about 4 school……………..education is magical 

(via scholar-of-imagination)

babyblainers:

Andrew Scott at the Apple store in Regent St, London.

It was a very moving panel. The movie they were talking about is called “Pride”, it’s set in the 80’s and it’s about the struggle of a group of LGBT people who try to help the miners of their small town, but are constantly rejected. Andrew got visibly moved throughout the panel, especially when a lesbian girl asked him for advice on how to deal with homophobia. He was like, chocking up. Every single person in the room was teary-eyed. It was beautiful and very emotional, and he’s so, SO passionate about the cause. He really feels it in his bones. After the panel he stopped to take pictures and sign autographs for as long as he could, and he really seemed a genuinely amazing person.

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m4ge:

Dresses are so nice they’re just tubes of fabric you can throw on with very little effort and when you wear one and people are like “oh wow you dressed up you look really nice” but it’s like

ah yes my disguise is working. you think i cared this morning 

(via scholar-of-imagination)