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Person: They’re a fictional character, it’s not like you can ever date them anyway 


Originally posted by overthinking-nothing

Mixed Fandom (Divergent, Harry Potter, Dr Who, Hunger Games, Hobbit, Sherlock, Percy Jackson) Couples: All Houses Edition

What fictional characters taught me:

Harry Potter taught me that when everything seems hopeless, something great can wait around the corner.

Hermione Granger taught me it’s not wrong to be clever and focus on school. 

Ron Weasley taught me I don’t have to be ashamed of my appetite. If I want food, I’ll eat it.

Katniss Everdeen taught me it’s important to stand for what you mean is right, even though some people disagree.

Peeta Mellark taught me that you can come a long way with charm and the right words.

Dean Winchester taught me that family is important and when you’re broken, they’ll fix you. (And that you can die a lot and still come back.)

Sam Winchester taught me that sometimes things doesn’t work out the way you wanted them to and that some things are supposed to happen. (Like being the vessel of Satan.)

Castiel taught me that sometimes you have to sacrifice something important for the people you care about.

The Doctor taught me that everyone matter. No matter if they have a tentacle out their ear or flaws.

John Watson taught me that friendship and loyalty are important. (And you can offer your mustache for those who matter.)

Sherlock Holmes taught me that being extraordinary isn’t a bad thing. Being original is so much better than copying others and try to follow the stream.

Captain Jack Sparrow taught me to close my eyes and pretend it’s all a bad dream.

I don’t think people understand that I will go to the ends of the earth to defend my favourite character


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