blind house

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Your mother’s dead, your father’s untrustworthy. | In exchange, help Je Ha survive.

•Imagine deaf wizards.
•Imagine deaf wizards struggling through their schooling because they can’t hear the teacher.
•Imagine deaf muggleborn wizards teaching everyone sign language so they can communicate easier.
•Imagine a deaf pureblood wizard finding a way to create a spell that will show what the professors are saying in sign language.
•Imagine a deaf wizard a few years later improving on that spell and including a wand movement where typed words would appear by the professor for the students who don’t quite know sign language.
•Imagine the professors learning these spells and teaching themselves sign language to better help the deaf students.

Imagine mute wizards.
•Imagine mute wizards struggling with the application of spells because they can’t say the words.
•Imagine a muggleborn mute wizard helping the pureblood deaf wizard create the sign language spell.
•Imagine a mute wizard creating an “after lessons activity” where they and other mute wizards can study nonverbal spells.
•Imagine said wizard coming back after graduation to teach the new class dedicated to nonverbal spells, and loving the job no matter if the students are mute or not.
•Imagine 5th year mute wizards passing their OWLs at the top of their class because they got extra points for using nonverbal spells (the ministry must not have known they were mute, but the student body doesn’t care because that was a wicked battle they watched between their peers)

Imagine blind wizards.
•Imagine blind wizards always late to class because they accidentally took the wrong staircase, the staircase moved without them knowing, or they accidentally ended up in the forbidden 3rd floor corridor.
•Imagine blind wizards being insanely good at sensing magic and feeling where their peers are at in the hallways (kind of like Toph from Avatar)
•Imagine blind wizards who have to have their friends read them the newspaper.
•Imagine a new and improved Daily Prophet realizing this and finding a way for wizards to tap the page with their wand to have the articles read to them.
•Imagine Hogwarts allowing muggleborn blind wizards bring their seeing eye dogs with them to school to get around the castle easier.
•Imagine Magical Menagerie hearing of this and teaching some of their pets how to be a seeing eye animal so other blind wizards can get around the castle easier. (I’ll even sell him to you for half the price!)

Imagine wizards in wheelchairs.
•Imagine wizards in wheelchairs petitioning the school board to get ramps or elevators in the building because “how are we supposed to learn when we can’t get to the classroom?”
•Imagine wizards in wheelchairs creating a version of wheelchair quidditch (like wheelchair tennis or basketball) which becomes a huge hit with the student body.
•Imagine drunk wizards in wheelchairs having wheelchair races down the hallways.
•Imagine Hogwarts changing its interior design to accommodate for wheelchairs.
•Imagine wizards in wheelchairs at the battle of hogwarts placing spells on their wheels to make them move by themselves as the wizard ruthlessly attacks death eaters.

Imagine wizards with AD(H)D.
•Imagine wizards with AD(H)D sitting in the back of the classroom so as to not interrupt as often.
•Imagine wizards with AD(H)D getting free time to run or fly around the quidditch pitch to burn off some of their steam.
•Imagine wizards with AD(H)D creating potions to help students focus during school that work a lot better than the muggle medication.
•Imagine muggleborn wizards telling pureblood wizards with AD(H)D that they aren’t worthless or stupid because they can’t concentrate as well as their peers.

Imagine wizards with diabetes.
•Imagine wizards with diabetes finding a way to check their blood sugar without having to prick their fingers.
•Imagine house elves finding out that some of their wizards need food with less sugar, so they start putting healthier foods out during meal time and never mentioning it to anyone.
•Imagine wizards with diabetes helping Madam Pomfrey in the hospital wing and being able to identify certain things about a patient without needing a spell (like if the patients blood sugar is too low or too high)


Imagine.

Saw a man refusing to let his pregnant wife off the porch because he “saw a rat the size of a dog and I will NOT let it bite you, please go back inside darling”. Made me wonder how protective the Maheswaran’s were of their baby.

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these lovely charms + stickers arrived last night!! 🖖 ✨  they’re so cute and I love them so much!! 💚

@spockfucker I’m sorry I got excited when I found your shop and bought everything 

Moving Out Checklist

Living Room:
Couch
Cushions
Lamps
TV
TV stand
DVD/game console
Coffee table and end tables
Curtains or blinds (whole house)

Office:
Desk
Office chair
Computer
Mouse bad
Keyboard
Monitor
Printer/scanner/fax
Landline phone
Paper
Pens/pencils/other
Scissors
Stapler
Filing cabinet/folders
Tape
Ink cartridges

Kitchen:
Refrigerator
Stove
Microwave
Coffee Maker
Tupperware
Measuring cups
Can opener
Garbage can
Trash bags
Mixing bowls
Casserolw dish
Blender
Hand mixer
Colander
Pots/pans
Baking dishes
Drying rack
Knife set
Cutting board
Silverware
Spoons, spatulas, ladles (you need more than you think)
Plates and bowls
Mugs and glasses
Hand towels
Salt and pepper shakers
Oven mitts
Ziplock baggies
Aluminum Foil
Wax paper
Plastic wrap
Cabinet Liners
Cooking Oil (vegetable, canola, olive, w/e)

Dining Room:
Table
Chairs or stools
Place mats
Table cloths

Bathroom:
Toilet Paper
Toilet brush
Plunger
Tooth brush
Toothpaste
Mouthwash
Floss
Soap (bar and hand)
Shampoo
Conditioner
Body soap
Rags
Towels
Loofah
Shower curtain and rod
Lotion
Nail trimmers
Tweezers
First aid kit
Trashcan
Tissues
Any other bathroom items you may need (like face wash, contact solution, so on)

Bedroom:
Bed (mattress, box spring, frame)
Sheets (multiple sets)
Blankets (multiple)
End tables
Dressers
Wardrobe
Coat hangers
Mirror
Lamps
Alarm clocks
Waste basket

Utility Room:
Washer
Dryer
Hanging rack/clothes organizer
Shelves
Table for folding
Iron and ironing board
Laundry hamper
Laundry baskets
Waste basket
Dryer sheets
Laundry detergent
Fabric softener
More clothes hangers
Stain removal pen or detergent

Cleaning:
Trash bags
Rags and hand towels
Spongers/scrubbers
Mop
Broom
Dust pan
Vaccum
Duster
Bucket
Rubber gloves
Multipurpose cleaner
Bleach
Vinegar
Ammonia
Oven Cleaner
Air freshener
Toilet Cleaner
Glass cleaner
Antibacterial wipes
Wood polish
Paper towels

Other:
Tools
Light bulbs
Flash Lights
Candles
Matches/lighter/light fluid
Emergency Kit
Fire alarms
Fire extinguisher
Power strips
Extension chords
First aid kit
Batteries
Back up chargers and cables

Note: You do not absolutely need every last thing on this list. This is just what I believe to be a pretty good list of what someone might possibly need in a new home. You can cross out whatever doesn’t suite your lifestyle.

Alright, I think that’s about it. I probably forgot some things, but I tried to be as thorough as I could. This is roundabout everything I had before moving in. It honestly made living on my own so much easier. Not only that but I cut back on costs by not having to run to the store every five seconds because I forgot something.

My bathroom closet (featured in the picture above) is just one of the placed I keep my stock. I stock up like crazy, on everything. What I bought before moving in lasted me a whole year before I had to stock up again. It was amazing and I’ll be breaking down where/how I found the best deals to do this.

I wish I was an extreme couponer (have you seen their stock rooms?!?!?) because they just do it better.

Any questions or comments (like “Hey! You forgot (blank) and I’ll add it to the list) are super welcome!

Pros of Jeremy Knox having shit eyesight:

  • Every time he breaks he accidentally breaks his glasses because he lost his contacts Jean has to take him to the store and loses him all the time because Jeremy keeps walking off with anyone who’s taller than him
  • Walks around the house blind every morning because he just doesn’t care and when he bumps into Jean he has to feel for his face so he can make sure he’s there and Jean just kind of sighs and lets Jeremy press his thumbs into his cheekbones
  • Eventually Jeremy doesn’t actually have to do it anymore because he knows by instinct but he pretends he still has to just so he can touch his boyfriend’s face.
  • Jean: [takes jeremy’s reading glasses off to kiss him]
    Jeremy: [takes his face in his hands]
    Jeremy: [leans in]
    Jeremy: [squints]
    Jeremy: You look like a smudge.
    Jean: [shoves him off the couch]

Cons of Jeremy Knox having shit eyesight:

  • There was a list for this but an anon proved me wrong there is no con to Jeremy Knox not having good eyesight