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otterly-riddikulus:

look at this snape i found

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it seems normal but then

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what is this

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turn to page 394 motherfucker

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danglingthpider:

malformalady:

White peacocks fighting for dominance

like fanfiction tongues

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bombing:

turns out a creampie isn’t a pastry and the internet is a disgusting place

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amoying:

human: :(

dog: :D

human: :D

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eatpizzas:

why are 13 year olds these days constantly drinking, smoking weed and having sex?? when i was 13 i had a stable job, a loving wife, 3 good kids, and some savings put away for my retirement. i worry about the younger generation sometimes smh

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sortaradical:

when your friend makes a drug joke

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puricoxd:

Roxas’ face model evolution over the years. The change between KH2 and final mix is most noticable, but it seems they tweaked his face a bit more for the HD release!

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morganlindsay97:

thisbecjc:

The adorable moment when that’s his real life boyfriend.

OMFG I DID NOT KNOW THAT!! HOLY CRAP 

That’s so cute

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asheathes:

WIZARDING SCHOOLS AROUND THE WORLD: USA

The Young Witches and Wizards’ Preparatory Academy of Magic is not one but two single-sex schools hidden deep within the misty green swamps of Louisiana. The schools are widely known amongst the American wizarding community for it’s infamous reputation of being the rowdiest academy for young wizards and witches resulting from a fierce inter-school rivalry cultivated through centuries of competition and trickery-wars. Students are frequenters of the headmistress and headmaster’s offices for hexing unsuspecting muggle wanderers, and hosting inter-school midnight dueling matches in the marshes. Legend has it that there is a gargantuan alligator, the unfortunate victim of various experimental (and ultimately irreversible) engorgio charms, lurking in the general vicinity of the schools, although no one has laid eyes on the beast in centuries.

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  • Question: Tips for coming out to parents? - Anonymous
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    oedipus-sex:

    Sorry this took me a few days to respond. I’ve been thinking about how to respond and thinking of good tips. I should preface this by saying that I came out when I was 14, so my tips might be a little outdated. Plus, my parents were accepting of my being gay, even if it took them a few years to comfortably talk about it.

    • You’re going to be nervous. This is entirely normal. Coming out to your family is a big step and nerve-wracking, but hold your head up high and muster all the bravery you can manage. It’s relieving once you’ve done it.
    • This is your life, not theirs. They’re going to react how they’re going to react, but don’t let it affect you. Try to see the situation from their point of view, but don’t let them make you feel badly for coming out under any circumstances. That might be difficult because they’re your parents, but you aren’t obligated to cater to their every desire.
    • Something I did was recommend parents’ organizations and online readings about having a queer (well, for me it was specifically gay) child (PFLAG is one of them but I haven’t checked recently to see if they’re problematic or exclusive). Even though coming out is about your life, I feel that talking about organizations can help your parents understand what you’re going through better and help them understand how they should be reacting.
    • They might cry, just a warning. I know my mom did. I guess it depends on your parents. But again, don’t let get to you. It’s about you, not them. Don’t take your parents’ immediate reaction as their final reaction. At first they might seem upset and not accepting at all, but people change.
    • You might cry. This is also normal.
    • I don’t know what to say except be brave, be brave, be brave. If this something you really want to do, sometimes it’s better just to do it. Be brave in the aftermath, too, regardless of what your parents’ reaction is.
    • Coming out should be on your terms—always. Don’t let your parents or other family members out you. My mom outed me to my dad and brother. It’s been nearly six years since then so I’m all right with it now, but it really hurt me then. If they out you, talk to them about it. Coming out is yours.

    I hope this helps at least somewhat. I doubt I’ve covered everything. Feel free to ask me more questions if you have them. It’s a bold step to take. Good luck! I love you, whoever you are.

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a-study-in-lobo:

I hate arguing with your parents, because you can set up a perfect arguments with many, many different points yet they will only use one point and repeat it constantly. Then you end up getting angry and they shout at you for it.

Everybody on Tumblr is fucking 14 years old

Nope, my parents did this to me well into my 20’s and I moved out of their place when I was 18. 

I’m 19 and my parents still do this

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solid-gold-satellites:

i never don’t reblog this when it comes up. 

solid-gold-satellites:

i never don’t reblog this when it comes up. 

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