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davidstrider:

have you ever looked at an authority figure in your life and thought “wow i respect a well-grilled hot dog more than i respect you”


allthingstechtheatre:

whitehairkun:

uhhsage:

petitiontobringbackthedodobird:

"Mom, Dad…I’m a thespian."

*aggressively snaps while dramatically exiting stage right*

december-whether-or-not

"The Bible says Adam and Eve,

not *snap snap* *jazz hands* and *dramatic leave*”

Mom: “your just going through a stage”

Me: “no mom, I’m going on stage” *strikes dramatic pose*


notanearlyadopter:

marilynhanson:

this means so much to me. so much

Okay but like actually this is the most thoughtful gift IN THE WHOLE WORLD.
It might seem to make more sense to give Ron the precious family heirloom (remember that Molly’s brother Fabian died in the First Wizarding War; Molly has held onto his watch out of sentimentality since then). But Ron is the sixth son in his (canonically financially-struggling) family. He’s been forced into hand-me-downs his whole life. If he’d gotten the watch with a dent in the back, he wouldn’t have appreciated it; he’d only have seen the flaw. And if his mum bought Harry a new watch instead of getting Ron one, Ron would have resented that. A new watch was a worthwhile expense to get Ron a rare taste of the luxury and individual attention he has always craved.
Harry, though. Harry has money; Harry has new things. What Harry does not have is family. Harry is an orphan. Other than one photo album and the invisibility cloak, he doesn’t have anything that came with family history attached. What Molly does here is give him that; she makes him part of the family, symbolically, by giving him an emotionally significant if physically imperfect item. She gives him love in a tangible form.

notanearlyadopter:

marilynhanson:

this means so much to me. so much

Okay but like actually this is the most thoughtful gift IN THE WHOLE WORLD.

It might seem to make more sense to give Ron the precious family heirloom (remember that Molly’s brother Fabian died in the First Wizarding War; Molly has held onto his watch out of sentimentality since then). But Ron is the sixth son in his (canonically financially-struggling) family. He’s been forced into hand-me-downs his whole life. If he’d gotten the watch with a dent in the back, he wouldn’t have appreciated it; he’d only have seen the flaw. And if his mum bought Harry a new watch instead of getting Ron one, Ron would have resented that. A new watch was a worthwhile expense to get Ron a rare taste of the luxury and individual attention he has always craved.

Harry, though. Harry has money; Harry has new things. What Harry does not have is family. Harry is an orphan. Other than one photo album and the invisibility cloak, he doesn’t have anything that came with family history attached. What Molly does here is give him that; she makes him part of the family, symbolically, by giving him an emotionally significant if physically imperfect item. She gives him love in a tangible form.



in-ap-pro-pri-ate:

alfacapple:

ediebrit:

this video saved my life

"if you’re a man at night you gotta be a man in the morning"

Yo she is DYING. I love it


panicrobot:

This man was our president for EIGHT YEARS. We are never gonna live this down


superstreetfighter2turbohdremix:

i am 0% the person i was three years ago and i would probably get in a fight with 2011 me


sadbeautifultragic:

the next time someone comments on taylor dating too much im taking my shoe off and beating the shit out of you i don’t care if we’re in public or the white house wherever you ass is getting beaten

i don’t even care if im not wearing any shoes i’ll pull one out my ass do NOT do not comment on taylor’s dating life


bewbin:

alginureses:

bewbin:

its easy to make a mitsake

Did you intentionally forget the apostrophe in “it’s”? Fuck you.

yea thats the mitsake here