james learns

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Flying with Supergirl is always so great… for most people.

Bonus:

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High School Yearbook ➔ Best Couple: Spock & Jim Kirk

A hand drawn mood-board for the 2017 rebranding and Daniel Howell’s aesthetics

(yes that is, in fact, a shibe because I ran out of ideas sry not sry)

peter was a marauder, too.

i think that’s important to remember, when you think of the marauders. peter was there too. it wasn’t just james and sirius’ pranks, remus’ slightly more reticent nature. peter was alongside them in that time, no matter what he would go on to do later.

when you imagine the marauders, remember peter. remember the meek boy who idolised james and sirius, who learned under their wing. remember that he was there too, the child who would later break them apart, laughing and joking along with those who would later be crowned as heroes. it is easy to write him out of this history, to minimise his presence to a skulking hanger-on. but he was wormtail when that name wasn’t linked with evil; one of the three who learned the most difficult magic to help out their friend, who mapped an unmappable building, who achieved more than their teachers had ever suspected. peter was there, and he was in the middle of it. it is easy to imagine him as being a traitor before he betrayed them, but the truth is that it could happen to anyone whose will is not strong enough. peter snapped under the pressure, but he had the same promise as any of them. peter was a marauder until he made the most vile of mistakes.

four boys, together under the golden sunlight. tomorrow they would be separated - one dead, one imprisoned, one a traitor, one left alone. but when they were the marauders they were four, and we would do well to remember that.

A thought: Modern flinthamilton AU in which Alfred is still a homophobic douchebag but they went ‘fuck you’ and got married anyway.

I call this “Thomas I don’t think your husband is listening to a single word you say…… he’s… distracted”

Harry realizes that the Weasleys are for real when the Burrow inhabitants start picking up the habit of mussing up his hair when they pass. It starts with Fred and George, because hair-mussing is their mark of affection for Ron and Ginny, but soon Percy and Arthur pick it up, too. 

The first time Molly does it, quickly, as he’s running through the kitchen behind Ron on their way out to the garden, Harry pauses for a second and tries to remember anyone ever doing anything with his hair other than try to tame it, tame him. 

But here, here they don’t want him tame. They want him as he is.