I KNOOOOW, BECAUSE BONNIE IS LOVELY AND WONDERFUL AND SOMETIMES SHE GIVES OFF GLIMPSES OF BOOK!GINNY AND IT’S PERFECT, BUT MOVIE!GINNY LACKS ALL OF THE SPUNK AND VERVE OF BOOK!GINNY AND IT MAKES ME SO ANGRY/SAD
Ginny Weasley is the ultimate rarity of an amazing, fleshed out, ACTUAL HUMAN BEING female character who is fiery (who taught herself to fly at 6 by sneaking out at night and breaking into the broomshed and you bet she’s the FUCKING BEST FLIER OUT OF THE WHOLE FUCKING FAMILY) but also has vulnerabilities that she isn’t afraid to recognize (“Who here is the only other person that’s been possessed by Voldemort?! Forgot, did you? Wish I could”) and is basically all around amazing and ISN’T EVEN ONE OF THE MAIN CHARACTERS and so the movie went “oh she’s not one of the main characters we’ll just reduce her to a barely-seen love interest of the main character” and FUCK YOU KLOVES
Movie!Ginny makes me sadder than pretty much everything ;___;
I KNOW I GET SO ANGRY BUT ALSO VERY VERY SAD BECAUSE THEY COULD NOT HAVE SLAUGHTERED HER CHARACTER MORE. I mean don’t get me wrong, I adore Bonnie and she did a great job with WHAT THEY GAVE HER. It’s the WRITING for movie Ginny that is absolutely shit. ;__;
hey so bella and I are gonna open a cupcake shop and we’re gonna have fandom cupcakes.
one of our specialties will be the “petrova fire lava cake” which is a molten chocolate lava cupcake: yumminess with an ooey gooey center filled with passion, just waiting and waiting until it’s finally ready to burst and be eaten.
Perchance, did you smile?/ Because the world has exploded/ with color and life,/ angels are singing, children dance,/ the birds add to the symphony.// They sing your name,/ a hymn of truth and beauty,/ the sky weeps at the beauty of it,/ the sun bakes your glow into the earth,/ and mortals bask in it's warmth.// The only probable cause of,/ such a celebration: your smile.
Elena telling Klaus to go to hell in 2x21, after he says thank you.
Elena can face death and spit in the face of her killer. She can face the person who tormented all her friends, just killed her aunt and is about to kill her, look him square in the face and tell him to go to hell. She is brave and fearless because she knows she’s born to die. Fear is what drives her to be strong, to make herself harder and tougher each day, and when it comes to dying on an altar of blood and fire, in her own living hell with the body of her aunt at her feet, she can tell Klaus to go to hell. Because if she’s going there, she’s bringing him with her.