“average person knits 3 jumpers a year" factoid actualy just statistical error. average person knits 0 jumpers per year. molly weasley, who lives in burrow & knits over 10,000 each day, is an outlier adn should not have been counted
The angara are the only known sentient species local to the Heleus cluster.
Oral histories describe how ancient angara were tribal and nomadic before settling in cities. Many of them still live in large, tight-knit families and workplaces have a guild-like organizational structure.
Spirituality has a role in angaran daily life, with their calendar making space for the religious holidays of many different faiths.
↠ Unraveling the reasons to Park Jimin’s assortment into Slytherin.
Park Jimin, for lack of a better
word, is magnetic. An eye catching grandeur. A brilliant meteor cutting through
the dead of the night. A glitter of gold and silver. It is no exaggeration when you say you would find
yourself singling him out of many other ground-swept robes, clicking heels,
wand wielders. It’s not the hair, no –not the locks of fireplace or
charcoal ashes, it isn’t also the distinct pitch weaving through buzzing
chatters nor is it the recurring dark smoke filling the air at the back row in charms.
Thinking of the reason alone sends a pang of melancholy through your veins as
your mind tries to block out the patches of defiled memories almost
instinctively. But the unavoidable fact of the matter is, Jimin was once your
I work at a colonial era living history farm and one of our big, long-term projects has been processing the wool we sheared from our sheep back in the spring. We had to wash, card, spin and dye the wool and now we’re finally ready to knit! One of my coworkers made a very cozy hat using some of the different colors we were able to create from dyes like black walnut and acorn.
gryffindor ; slipping into coffee shops to keep out of the cold, big cozy parkas, snow ball fights - no - snow ball wars, flannel, doc martens, board games by the fire, building excessive snow forts, ugly christmas sweaters, big knit mittens, living in leggings or skinny jeans despite the cold, eating all the christmas oranges and all the baking before anyone else can, watching arthur christmas, putting up the tree on december 1st, trying to stay up all night christmas eve
ravenclaw ; reading under heavy blankets, braving the cold to take pictures of the trees when they’re perfectly dusted with snow, cashmere turtlenecks, always holding a cup of steaming tea, reading robert frost, burning candles to stay warm, mom jeans and big woolly socks, baking cinnamon buns, putting up all the fairy lights, building igloos, making paper snowflakes, watching
the polar express, always cold and sleepy
hufflepuff ; oversized woolly scarves, chatting and reading by the fire, hot cocoa with heaps of whipped cream, bean boots, walks through fields of snow, baking sugar cookies, making snow angels, walking around the house with a blanket wrapped around them, always smelling like a warm vanilla candle, knitting everything, picking out christmas trees, always in holiday pyjamas, making christmas puns, planting poinsettias,
watching elf over and over and over
slytherin ; still walking around in heels like the snow and ice don’t exist, slim fitting woolen overcoats, all black everything, apparently never cold, beanies with a fur pom pom, watching the snow fall late at night, leather gloves, decorating with ivy and mistletoe,
building snowmen and ice sculptures, berry lipstick stains on red starbucks cups, watching the holiday, waking up way too early christmas morning and getting up anyways
#570.5 - Zorua are playful Pokemon who live in closely-knit packs with other Zorua and Zoroarks. To avoid danger and conflict, they use their illusionary abilities to trick other Pokemon and people, which helps them better develop these powers. As the small tuff of hair on Zorua’s head grows into a long mane, they pull it back with a bangle passed down from elders in their pack. They will transition to walking on two legs as their hind legs develop strong muscles.