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castiel-counts-deans-freckles:

This is like a round of cards against humanity

(Source: disneydailly)

screamingcrawfish:

queermarauders:

I just realized that in POA not only does Snape teach about werewolves because he hopes someone notices Lupin’s lyncanthropy, but he also takes away Remus’ opportunity to teach about them as they should be, not as monsters, but as afflicted people.

 (via deadbeatrice)

drinkingcocoa-tpp:

I think about this comic all the time.  It’s difficult to choose a single favorite piece of fanart in this brilliant fandom, but this might be it for me.

(Source: flyingrotten)

“We’ve all got both light and dark inside us. What matters is the part we choose to act on. That’s who we really are.”

(Source: godzillar)

Why is the rum always gone?

(Source: wearyvoices)


Oh, if the sky comes falling down for youThere’s nothing in this world I wouldn’t do.

Oh, if the sky comes falling down for you
There’s nothing in this world I wouldn’t do.

(Source: sirmalory)

No one to follow, no one to look to, no one to hold you
Starving in desperation, On a slow steady road to hell

(Source: bellemyblake)

spitcastle:

season 12
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spitcastle:

season 12

hp-picspams:

after the war, hermione throws herself into her work. it’s unsurprising really, but the sheer violence of her page-turning flusters madame pince greatly. that god-forsaken war has finally ended, and the lack of stress should lift her up and away, but she’s so very angry. after all, it’s only after the war that the truth comes out — the torture, the mass murders, the under-handed laws, and their heavy-handed enforcement — and she only wants to make it better, to help the only way she can, but no one will let her. 
and so, on molly weasley’s suggestion, hermione channels her anger into interviewing. she runs politicians down at the ministry, chats with students over tea, and converses with all manner of magical creatures. she listens to these brave, frightened people, and she learns about the best and worst of humanity. they teach her empathy, and patience, and how to carry on despite everything (or perhaps because of it). and so, not for the first time in her life, hermione granger found her longed-for answers in anothers’ words. [x x x]
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hp-picspams:

after the war, hermione throws herself into her work. it’s unsurprising really, but the sheer violence of her page-turning flusters madame pince greatly. that god-forsaken war has finally ended, and the lack of stress should lift her up and away, but she’s so very angry. after all, it’s only after the war that the truth comes out — the torture, the mass murders, the under-handed laws, and their heavy-handed enforcement — and she only wants to make it better, to help the only way she can, but no one will let her.

and so, on molly weasley’s suggestion, hermione channels her anger into interviewing. she runs politicians down at the ministry, chats with students over tea, and converses with all manner of magical creatures. she listens to these brave, frightened people, and she learns about the best and worst of humanity. they teach her empathy, and patience, and how to carry on despite everything (or perhaps because of it). and so, not for the first time in her life, hermione granger found her longed-for answers in anothers’ words. [x x x]

flowersforsansa:

house stark meme

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the starks have a way of inspiring unwavering loyalty, in life and in death.