...*dad

James Sirius Potter fends off his mother’s nervous hands straightening his jumper, while his dad chuckles at the scene from a safe distance. Some bloody war hero Harry was, James thought darkly, afraid of….okay, an admittedly equally intimidating war hero.

“Mom, enough, everyone’s already staring,” James begs only to be startled when she complies. James knows before he even looks that all is not as it should be. 

The entire platform is frozen. Older kids rushing to greet friends. New kids shyly introducing themselves in already filled compartments. Unshed tears threatening to spill, but never dropping. Hagrid pets Scorpius Malfoy’s clearly nonregulation teacup komodo dragon. But fear only strikes James’s heart when he sees that Harry is frozen just like the rest of them. 

“H-hello,” James calls out, newly procured wand in hand, without the slightest inclination of how to fix this. 

JAMES. Nothing has moved, but it feels like the dreary English fog is shuddering around him.

AAYYYYYYYY YOOOOOOOO JAMES. IT’S LIKE YOUR CREATOR OR WHATEVER. I GUESS YOU COULD TECHNICALLY WORSHIP ME AS YOUR GOD. BUT DON’T, I GOT OTHER SHIT GOING ON. IT’S TOO EXHAUSTING TO RULE AN ENTIRE POCKET UNIVERSE IN MY SPARE TIME.

“Uhhhhh….okay I won’t?” squeaks James as he circles around, a lost puppy caught between fight and flight.

HAHA EXCELLENT, I KNEW YOU’D FEEL ME FAM, THAT’S WHY I LIKE YOU BEST OUT OF ALL THESE TERRIBLY NAMED SPAWN. ANYWAAAAAAAAY, JUST POPPED IN TO SAY GOOD LUCK AT HOGWARTS, DON’T FLY A CAR TO SCHOOL, RUN AWAY FROM ALL TROLLS, POLYJUICE POTION IS FOR CONSENTING ADULTS AND….YOU KNOW WHAT JUST NEVER DO ANYTHING YOUR PARENTS AND THIER FRIENDS DID, AND YOU’LL BE FINE.

James peers nervously into the distance, “Thanks….creepy voice in the sky that can stop time and space.”

CALL ME JK, YOUNG BLOOD. ACTUALLY DON’T CALL ME, YOU’RE NOT EVEN REALLY SUPPOSED TO KNOW I EXIST. 

The platform unfreezes around him and James is once again caught in Ginny’s unyielding grasp, this time focused on fixing his hair. 

Later, after James is settled into a carriage for the first of many journeys on the Hogwarts Express, he quietly whispers, “JK?” The Hogwarts Express stands perfectly still, even though the English countryside outside is a ferocious blur.

NEW PHONE WHO DIS?

“twenty one pilots is pretty much aggressive and deep as fuck poetry, isn’t it?”, “yes dad, yes it is.” “they have no genre” “no dad they don’t, they’ve experimented with everything” “every song is different, you never know what you’re gonna get, i think that’s brilliant” “cool, dad. shut up”

actual conversations i’ve had 

dragonslaeyr asked:

What were your experiences growing up biracial? I am too and honestly, having biracial people in the media like you have made my life so much better. Did you have any role models?

It’s challenging and amazing. I can’t speak for anyone else but I’ve always felt I’ve belonged to two races and also to none. Like I’m everything and nothing at the same time. I never knew what crayons to use when I drew a self portrait and I never knew which box to check on standardized tests. I thought identifying as “Latino/Hispanic” would deny my relationship to my mom and “White” would deny my relationship to my dad. “Other” felt like a lazy last-minute decision they made to cover their bases.

Having other friends who were biracial made me feel like I belonged. And speaking about it helped me make sense of it all. 

But that feeling of belonging and not belonging, is also beautiful. It allows us to consider race in a totally different way. To feel beyond classification allows you to question the very need for classification in the first place.

My dad just called me at school and told me to come home because he needs to go to Canada right away and he wants to talk to me. This means something is wrong with my grandmother. Can you guys please make dua. I’m not sure how to process everything right now.

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Suburban Sons, A Silly ‘Sons of Anarchy Parody’ About a Gang of Dads Who Terrorize Their Neighbors in Minivans

anonymous asked:

hey dylan, (i'm really sorry, i do realize that this isn't a fun question) but what would your advice be for a lesbian in a family with a republican dad, and a mom who thinks that she's gay because of mental illness. i know that there are other means of support from friends and everything, but their opinions matter to me, and i don't want them to end up making my little sister hate me. she's eight so she's impressionable, and I'm afraid we'll become estranged. thanks for your time

You’re in a really hard position. I’m sorry that you’re here. And I’m thinking of you.

I made this post a few months ago and I think it’s relevant. 

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Pete Wentz: Son Saint Has Inherited My ‘Are You Serious?’ Eyebrows
Like father, like son.

08/31/2015

Melody Chiu with reporting by Reagan Alexander

He just celebrated his first birthday, but Pete Wentz‘s son Saint Laszlo (with girlfriend Meagan Camper) is already taking after his dad.

“He gives me the same eyebrows that I give him when I’m like, ‘Are you serious?’ ” the star told PEOPLE Sunday at MTV’s Video Music Awards, where Fall Out Boy picked up best rock video for “Uma Thurman.” “There is nothing like getting that from a 1-year-old. I’m like, ‘That’s my look that you’re giving me!’ ”

Saint has also become fast friends with Patrick Stump‘s son, Declan, who turns 1 in October.

“We were on tour all summer, so they got to hang out,” says Wentz.

Hey Mark ( markiplier ), I’m so glad I finally got to meet you. Thank you so much for talking to me. I know I kinda talked a lot, but it just means the world to me that you listened and took this picture with me. This year has been so hard because of my Dad having cancer and then losing him in July, but getting to see you really was the highlight of my year!! Too bad we didn’t get more time to talk, but I know there were lots of other people that wanted to talk to you too. But thank you, thank you, thank you so much. I wish I could have had time to ask you more about what you went through when you lost your Dad, but maybe next PAX I will get a chance to? By the way, I hope the bracelet I made you brings you good luck! And I hope you enjoy your new journal! Also thanks so much for saying what you did at the panel, I’m really looking forward to what’s next to come for your channel and the community we have all built. I’m so glad that my little sister showed me your videos and to be apart of your community. You really are an amazing guy. Meeting you, Bob, Wade, and Jack has really helped me feel more excited for my future because I have been so lost and sad since my Dad passed away. I really cannot wait to start my own channel and develop video games and continue to spread more love to people that are and aren’t apart of this community.

hotterthanhotmail asked:

OK SO MY STEPMOM(she's white) Married my Indian father And now she wears saris and shit and I'm like stop stop stop stop please. No one else wears it in this house but you bitch. My dad wears normal business clothes to work and I wear normal teenage girl clothes to school and stuff. I die when I see her bc of this. I don't wanna tell her bc she'll be like well I married your Indian dad so I'm basically Indian or some shit like that. Please helpppp

That’s disgusting. Talk to your dad about it, maybe? Get a read on how he feels about it and how he would feel if you talked to her about it. Do it as calmly as possible but be firm. Tell he it makes you uncomfortable and try to explain to her what appropriation is. Send her this way for resources even! Hope this helps.

-mod g

my mom and dad wanted me to be the smart one who became like a brain surgeon or something but now im a high school dropout who runs a tumblr blog about panic! at the disco and hockey and i work at a pizza place. its fine