But seriously, I can just picture Lily’s angry tears and James seething with hatred and disgust at how the Dursleys were treating their son.
How desperate they would have been to give him a present every year on his birthday. Just on a hug on Christmas Eve.
If ever James and Lily had any regrets, it would be the fact that they left their one and only son to the abuse and neglect of the Dursleys. If anything had ever happened to Petunia and Vernon, they would’ve raised Dudley like their own son…
If they’re going to make Viagra commercials featuring beautiful women speaking in sultry voices while the camera pans up their silky smooth legs, I demand birth control commercials with sexy men huskily filling me in on the side effects of the pill while slowly shrugging out of their suit jackets and removing their cufflinks before unbuttoning their shirts and advising me to ask my doctor about Yaz so I’ll never have to worry when I’m in the mood.
a story where a human falls in love with an android but the android is really insecure because they are “merely one in 5000 humanoid robots of the same model” and their human just takes their face in their hands and tells them “you are irreplicable.”
seriously though please never feel bad or awkward about correcting me if i misgender you because there is a 1000% chance it was an accident and a 3000% chance i’m sorry and want to adjust my language to your preferences.
even if it takes me a while to get into the habit i will try really hard to do it and apologize every time i mess up.
Nah but really if you’re okay with at least an hour’s worth of totally made-up plot points but then turn around and whine that Tauriel isn’t canon you can go sit in a corner because I’m confiscating the mythos until you learn how to appreciate and enjoy the addition of an empowering female figure the same way you do the addition of gratuitous fight scenes.
Every notice how different the tone is between calling someone “man” and calling someone “woman”? “Man” is so casual and neutral but “woman” is condescending and rude. Like there’s such a huge difference in perceived tone between “I don’t know, man” and “I don’t know, woman.”
I went boot shopping with my mom the other day as a kinda trade off for some Christmas gifts that didn’t fit right and well I saw this pair that made me go “ISABELA” and so obviously the choice was clear.