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Do you ever just remember

mentallykickingyou:

That tonks could have done anything with her body literally anything and instead she chose pink and short and spiky hair and disguises for top secret missions to defeat DARK WIZARDS and cheer up affected children during wartime by entertaining them with her gifts during the worst time of their lives and not to mention support her boyfriend when their government wouldn’t let him support her because of his condition and think YES GOOD THIS IS THE KIND OF WOMAN I ASPIRE TO BE

Once my little cousin said that really, everyone should try to be Hufflepuffs. This is why he was exactly right. <3

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milk-roses:

bead-bead:

cityofvalkayriecain:

she-was-a-rose:

#*dies of emotion* #but what if molly was his companion once #and now he stops by for breakfast #and keeps commenting because it seems like every time #there’s another ginger kid #adn when he sees harry it’s like ha! #i knew they couldn’t all be ginger! #and molly doesn’t bother telling the doctor that harry isn’t hers #because he is after all one of her boys #and she loves him just as though he was a weasley (via dwcompanion)

those tags broke me a little inside 

#Molly Weasley turned Daleks into actual pepperpots, because, honestly, she doesn’t have time for their nonsense.

I just fangirled.

I can’t even

(Source: fancypantswatson, via lesmiserabby)

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Divergent was a bit weak. Some spoilers but more questions below.

superninjaturtle:

justanothersmartnerdyfangirl:

superninjaturtle:

I want to support lead females movies and books, so I went to go see Divergent but, GOD. I was expecting more of a rebellion based movie so, I’m assuming this what leads up to the rebellion. Even still, it didn’t feel like a build up to anything. Nor did I feel a good reason to view Triss as the…

Okay, I haven’t been blogging on the movie yet because I have to organize my thoughts, but I HAVE to say this to you and every other poor soul who saw the movie without having read the books: The book will answer all your questions and more. Please don’t judge the book by the movie.

I shouldn’t have to read the book to get the movie. I’m reviewing the movie, not the book. Ender’s Game didn’t have everything from the book but, it had enough for everyone to understand what was going on. Not saying the book’s bad. I’m saying the movie is.

You ended your post with: “ I’m not going to read, though, because I doubt the books will be that much better than the movie. Unless they provide the answers to my questions.” and I responded to that. I’m not defending the movie, just saying that it’s a bit unfair to write off a book because the movie didn’t meet your expectations, especially for the reasons you gave. If you’re only reviewing the movie, there’s no reason to bring the book into it. :)

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Divergent was a bit weak. Some spoilers but more questions below.

superninjaturtle:

I want to support lead females movies and books, so I went to go see Divergent but, GOD. I was expecting more of a rebellion based movie so, I’m assuming this what leads up to the rebellion. Even still, it didn’t feel like a build up to anything. Nor did I feel a good reason to view Triss as the…

Okay, I haven’t been blogging on the movie yet because I have to organize my thoughts, but I HAVE to say this to you and every other poor soul who saw the movie without having read the books: The book will answer all your questions and more. Please don’t judge the book by the movie.

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Kill Them All (Let it go Parody) A song by Steven Moffat

sherlockian-rhapsody:

Kill Them All (Let it Go Parody)
A song by Steven Moffat

Lyrics:
I’ve read the script of “The Empty Hearse”, not a plot twist to be seen.
It all was so gay and happy, and it looks like Mark’s the king…
I bet the fans already know they’re gonna cry
Couldn’t make me change, Heaven know’s they’ve tried.
“Don’t kill the Ponds, don’t make John sad,
Mary’s a good girl, you just can’t make her bad!
All of these feels I cannot hold!”
Well, here i go…

Kill them all, kill them all
And you won’t laugh anymore
Kill them all, kill them all
I won’t explain the Reichenbach Fall
I don’t care if you think they’re gay,Mary marries John…
You’ll keep writing fanfictions anyway.

First you write a good cliffhanger that will leave them all in tears
To discover what will happen, they’ll have to wait for years!
Add a love story that won’t last, a moving soundtrack, some flashbacks from the past,
A little bit of mistery
That’s it

Kill them all, kill them all
It’s my TV show after all
Kill them all, kill them all
Break your heart and steal your soul
Here I stand, the pen’s in my hands.
I will make you cry

Remember, Sherlock fell and crashed into the ground
Rory Williams has died so many times that I lost count
Then I killed Irene Adler, Jim and River Song
They all came back to life, but who knows for how long?

Kill them all, kill them all
I’ll destroy everything you love
Kill them all, kill them all
The next one could be John
Here I stand, the pen’s in my hands
If it makes you cry….who cares if it doesn’t make any sense?

(I’m sorry guys, I’m so so sorry. It’s just that…FROZENLOCK.
I just want to clarify that I admire and love Steven Moffat and his work, this song is just a stupid thing that I had in mind.)

How does this not have thousands of notes?!

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krakensdottir:

condwiramurs:

small-potato-of-defiance:

Odin and Loki on Jane.

Isn’t it interesting that Odin says, in effect, “don’t attach yourself to humans because their mortality makes them unworthy” while Loki says “don’t attach yourself to humans because their mortality will cause you pain”.

And yet it is Loki who is considered to be the cruel and evil one and Odin the kind father-figure?

It’s like - gasp - Loki’s main concern is protecting his brother’s heart while Odin’s main concern is reinforcing the bigoted notion of Asgardian superiority he’s implanted in Thor’s head.

Of course, Loki is the villain and driven only by jealousy, so we Must (Must!) read an undercurrent of jealousy in his words and assume no sincerity in his concern for Thor to go along with that, but still. Remind me which one of them calls Jane a goat? Which one suggests letting elvish antimatter slowly kill her, and which one repeatedly throws himself between her and danger? I’m having a very hard time keeping it all straight, you know. Damn villains with their protectiveness and all.

I swear this movie was an exercise in seeing how far Loki could NOT ACT VILLAINOUS AT ALL and still have people call him that.

(Source: odnson, via gladheon)

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