like really

Molly and Arthur Weasley raised seven kids on one government salary.

Molly and Arthur Weasley raised those seven children to be courageous and loyal and kind.

Molly and Arthur Weasley were purebloods who made it a point to be known as “the biggest blood traitors there are”.

Molly and Arthur Weasley raised Fred and George during their accidental magic stages without letting the house burn down.

Molly and Arthur Weasley treated Harry as their own child, not because of his fame, but because he was Ron’s friend and he was in desperate need of a family.

Molly and Arthur Weasley made sure that everyone who entered their home felt loved and cared for and well fed.

Molly and Arthur Weasley won money and spent it on a family trip to see their son and help their daughter out of the depression she was sinking into.

Molly and Arthur Weasley sent Easter eggs and Christmas sweaters and fudge to their children while making sure to include enough for friends.

Molly and Arthur Weasley went out of their way to secure two tickets to the Quidditch World Cup on top of the eight for their own family, just to ensure that Hermione and Harry were included.

Molly and Arthur Weasley warned Harry about Sirius Black and tried to keep him with them after Voldemort’s return and tried to shield him from Order business because they remembered how young he was, how utterly unfair it was for the world to expect so much from him.

Molly and Arthur Weasley are so damn important.

I was taking selfies before and I sighed and said “I love myself” and my little sister was like “ew” so I asked her what her problem was and she said “you’re not supposed to love YOURSELF. You have to wait for other people. I don’t love myself. If you love yourself you’re probably a slut” and I think that is the saddest thing I’ve heard all year.
What kind of self deprecating bullshit are we teaching our kids that I have to hear that from a 13 year old?

In which Flowerboys have self-esteem issues too!

Marvel casting skills are just choosing the dorkiest actor/actress they can find
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It seems enormously patronizing to me. Just the sort of annoying tune you’d have playing in your themed park, I daresay. All giddy and carefree, encouraging children to face the world unarmed. All they need is a spoon and some sugar, and a brain full of fluff and they’re equipped with life’s tools. Wonderful !