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I had an absolutely phenomenal time in London yesterday with @joyceansreadjoyce seeing Part One and Two of Harry Potter and the Cursed Child

It was a one of a kind experience and had massive significance for me personally and as a Potter fan. In the astute and elegant words of @ladybookmad - it was the meeting of the boy who lived and the girl who survived.

In the interests of #keepthesecrets I won’t be writing a full review but I do give the performance 5*s for its visual brilliance, acting, and the wonderful blend of comedy and poignancy we have all come to associate with the Potter franchise.

What we have been waiting for!

Sort of. 

This episode wasn’t written by Duff, but Kendall, who LOVES Sharon. 

That’s why this episode is what we want. Not quantity, but QUALITY. We learned Andy’s ex’s name, we got Andy’s past and what went wrong in his marriage, we got Sharon & Ricky talking about her marriage and ex and faith, and we got back story on Sharon and the victim! Nothing physical, yet SO MUCH KNOWLEDGE shown to us. But it only happens when Kendall writes. 

So do not stop fighting for what you believe we deserve to see. The goal is to get DUFF writing these types of scripts, not just the writers who come in for one or two episodes a season :)

Side note - Mary was GORGEOUS in this episode. Hair, make-up, clothing was ON POINT. She was glowing again. I love that when it happens ♥

What I love about Riz is he embraced everything in that. He’s got his funny moments throughout but you also, I think, really feel for him at the end. This really throws you cause you think; ‘they’re not gonna kill this guy, you can’t, he’s the guy who makes it out.’ If anyone’s going to make it out in these films it’s always that guy in the lead. And when that happens you go 'I don’t know how this is going to end now.
—  Gareth Edwards, Rogue One Special Features

Around the World in 8 Days Challenge

Day 5: France

Everything about this picture is perfection.  Their faces.  Their expressions.  Their dance hold.  The way they can skate this closely together, somehow, in body and and in skate and yet be so smooth and seamless and quick.

I think it’s awesome the way David Haydn-Jones has dived headfirst into the SPN Family. From his social media accounts, his excitement in working on the show (and with the cast and crew) and interacting with fans is palpable. I’ve only been watching the show a little over a year, so I wasn’t around when the other guest stars got brought into/dove into the fold so this is really cool to see in action. I know he’s already scheduled to appear at 1-2 cons this year, and regardless the fate of his character/amount of time on the show, I hope he continues to be a part of our crazy world after Ketch is gone. 

anonymous asked:

Sorry if I'm just out of the loop, but where is your profile picture from? I'm kinda new here

LMAO ITS actually not from anything jfhfhsfhsfh I just drew it when I first started this blog (like almost exactly 3yrs ago I think it was???) because I didnt know what to put as my profile pic and I just kinda kept it…forever….HAHAHA

Another day, another draining activity of trying to end curse shaming and [religion other than wicca and paganism] witchcraft shaming 😓

Not that all the people I debate with actively do those things on purpose. I just think saying “doing xyz is wrong” alienates so many people, especially with the large population of new witches who need to feel validated in what they’ve experienced.

orson krennic's characterization
  • before rogue one: greetings my fellow Imperial leaders, let us make haste to complete the Death Star project ahh yes tarkin of course we'll accept your help thank you
  • after rogue one: *rolls up to Imperial meeting 15 minutes late with Space Starbucks* sorry everyone couldn't find my fucking cape *sees tarkin* what bitch?