favourite: harry potter

Online Quizzes <(•_•)>
  • Buzzfeed: "What Hogwarts house are you in?"
  • Me: "Okay let's do this." *answers questions honestly*
  • Me: *gets house I don't want to be in* "This can't be right."
  • Me: *retakes quiz but answers the questions specifically to get the house I want*
  • Me: *gets house I want* I fucKING KNEW IT

being brave enough to do math in pen, leather-bound bullet journals, looseleaf papers spilling over your desk, studying with your dog curled up next to you, seven-hour breaks, keeping a candle on your desk, logging memories in your bullet journal, coffee stains on homework, annotating a rented textbook, a warm study nook made of blankets and pillows, studying to overcome

romanticizing self-care, refusing to take the easy way and read the sparknotes, keeping hydrated, “i have extra binder paper if you need it”, taping positivities on your wall, study picnics, volunteering, bright binders, a study space illuminated by morning light, keeping three pots of flowers on your desk, studying to contribute

finding doodles in secondhand textbooks, researching the origin of a word you don’t recognize, pens in mason jars, walls crowded by sticky-notes, the inspiration of a blank notebook, finding your favorite library seat available, being excited about your essay prompt, scrawling notes in the margins, being so utterly engaged in one subject you forget you have a lab due tomorrow, studying to learn

quotes about conquering the world and achieving goals, finding the perfect black pen, the feeling of checking off boxes on to-do lists, friendly grade competition, compiling resource masterposts, being genuinely excited to get your score back on a test, getting the perfect calligraphy line, studying to succeed

Hogwarts Houses as Doctors (Doctor Who)

for @aestheticmarauder

Gryffindor: Eleven- trying to do what’s right while having fun, but sometimes he makes foolish choices or mistakes, although he doesn’t hide them

Slytherin: Ten- ambitious, wanting to accomplish things in his time, and willing to do almost anything to protect the people he loves

Ravenclaw: Twelve- he knows the value of an open mind, even if he finds it hard, and he is able to consider things form other people’s perspectives

Hufflepuff: Nine- he has a lot of faith in humanity, and believes eveyrone deserves life. He is careful about rules and preserving stability

I think that, if Harry had been a girl, (s)he would have had a much better relationship with Snape. Snape would have looked at “Harriet” and seen Lily, not James. He wouldn’t have crushed on her (don’t be gross, people!), but instead he would have seen someone he wanted to take under his wing and protect - even if it meant dropping his double-agent role and directly confronting Voldemort. He could’ve been a real hero, instead of an antihero - if only that one detail in the plot was different.

(not respinsible for shitty photoshop job this time ~Taiga)

anonymous asked:

what would a Hufflepuff movie evening include?

  • Disney + Disney Pixar movies
    • Any would work but I feel like Enchanted, Up, Toy Story, Wall-E, Tangled, Zootopia/tropolis and Moana would all be particularly good
  • Knowing it’s healthy to have a good cry sometimes, therefore tearjerkers 
    • Marley and Me, Hachi: A Dog’s Tale, Bridge to Terabithia, A Monster Calls, Me Before You
  • Coming of age movies 
    • The Perks of Being a Wallflower, The Breakfast Club, Dead Poets Society, Paper Towns, Stand By Me,
  • Fairytales - adaptations or originals 
    • Again any of the Disney movies, Ever After: A Cinderella Story, Ella Enchanted, Mirror Mirror, Penelope, Beastly
    • Depending on your POV, this doesn’t count as a fairytale but Peter Pan (2003) and Hook are both wonderful movies
    • Potentially too dark and definitely in Spanish, but I love Pan’s Labyrinth
  • The best snacks and blankets for everyone
  • Hugs their pillow/friend/whatever-is-closest during scary scenes, or jumping and throwing popcorn everywhere
  • Giggling during romantic scenes
  • Warm, comfy pyjamas and face masks
  • Pausing the movie midway through to make smores
  • Saying you’re all going to stay up till early in the morning but passing out around midnight
  • Making forts out of pillows and blankets and decorating them with fairy lights
  • Hufflepuffs enjoy well-executed character/redemptions arcs, watching relationships develop (romantic, platonic, parental, found family, any is awesome as long as it’s realistic), and movies that leave you feeling warm and happy when the credits start rolling

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-Lauren and Kerrie