they’re still babies and their dad wants them to play with the big kids

(based on a real story)

“don’t watch stranger things, watch the get down instead!”

………you know you can watch both right. like this isn’t an either/or situation. netflix does not force you to only pick one (1) original show to watch per year. you can have it all.

Jason Isaacs as Lucius Malfoy in Harry Potter

Commonly referred to as “Lucious” Malfoy by the fandom, Draco’s dad had it going on.

The hair, the general assholiness to orphans and house elves, the old money, and that cane.

As a kid I was like, “This guy hates house elves! What a douche.” It wasn’t till I could come back to the series with a decidedly more mature outlook and go, “"Hmmm…yes. I would.”

I want Robin and Sanji having late night conversations over coffee about the guilt from having killed people when they were assassins so bad.

Bonus points if Zoro came in and joined the conversation.

anonymous asked:

I completely gave up on college my first year. As in just not trying at all. Felt I wasn't mature enough to handle to stress and class. All I did was party and skip and flunked out basically. You think it's possible for me to ever go back to college?

Absolutely! You can go back to college at any time. Sometimes people need to go to the real world first and figure out what they want to do with their life before they go back. I’ve actually found that older students are a lot more dedicated and focused, because they know what they want to do and they have a lot more constraints on their time. If you want to go back to school, then fucking do it.

NT Moments - Cooperation
  • INTP: I wish I went to university when I was more mature. I wasn't confident enough to approach professors, and I avoided small seminar classes where you needed to talk a lot, or classes that had group work.
  • ENTJ: All of my courses had group projects.
  • INTP: I intentionally avoided the ones with group projects.
  • ENTJ: But then how would you learn how to work with other people...oh, wait...you didn't.
  • INTP: Nope.