not mine just sharing :)

I’m watching Harry Potter and the Sorcerers’ Stone right now and my brother walked by on his way to the kitchen. He stopped for a second and said “oh isn’t it true that they were trying to protect him the whole time?”. I immediately started trying to explain how his mother died for him and her blood lives in Petunia. I was trying to figure out the best way to explain it to him and a thought crossed my mind. I told him “ Think of it like Jesus dying on the cross and his blood lives in us”.

A few second go by.

“Are you trying to compare Harry Potter’s mom to Jesus”

….

“I mean im not saying she saved the entire magical world with her death… or had a Judas that betrayed her…actually yeah I am”

He just gave me the longest stare and then shook his head while snickering

“Fucking Harry Potter fans I swear, you’d think it’s a religion with you guys. No wonder Christian moms boycotted the movie”

cute animal facts to cheer you up:
  • cats “headbutt” people because they make them feel safe, or they trust them.
  • when puppies play fight, boy puppies will often let girl puppies win.
  • the grizzly bear’s name comes from the word “grizzled” which means ‘streaked with gray hair’.
  • wombat poo is cube-shaped to stop it from rolling away…
  • dogs will sneeze to tell other dogs that they’re playing, so when they’re playing rough it doesn’t turn into a fight.
  • gray squirrels bury nuts all over the place, and often forget them, growing new trees. this makes them more ecologically friendly than red squirrels, who store nuts in piles on the ground which don’t take root.
  • infant pygmy marmosets babble to develop their language skills, similarly to the way human babies babble.
  • two-toed sloths cannot shiver to stay warm like other mammals due to their low metabolic rates and little muscle tissue.
  • yawning is infectious because it supplies a method for the most sleepy to forcefully communicate their need for rest and thus ensures that the group rests/sleeps together.
  • baby dolphins have spines on the sides of their tongue. the spines zip up to make a straw so that they can drink the mother’s milk without getting salt water in it.
  • when a rabbit is happy it will sometimes jump in the air twist it’s body. this is called a binky.
  • the red panda uses its long bushy tail not only for balance, but also as a blanket during chilly winter nights.
  • baby japanese macaques make snowballs. they do not use them for any survival purposes, they just like to have fun.
  • manatee calves nurse underwater from teats under their mothers flippers.
  • baby elephants will suck their own trunks for comfort. 
common french phrases

hey guys!! i figured i would make a post about the little phrases i picked up while studying in france.

en fait- in fact; used in pretty much every sentence who knows why

ça marche- that works

c'est bon- it’s good

ouais- yeah

bahhhh oui- well yes

bien sûr- of course

c'est comme ça- it’s like that; said after any inconvenience

je prends- i take/am taking; instead of saying “je voudrais” at cafés or restaurants

euh/et oui/alors/donc: basically the french version of “um”

quand même- really; might be used more than en fait if that’s possible

c'est pas grave- it’s not serious

c'est pas grave quand même- the french say this about everything

chai pas- i don’t know; the shortened version of “je ne sais pas”

bonne chance/bon courage- good luck

la vache/vachement- this is an interesting one cause it has a lot of different meanings. “la vache” by itself can just be an exclamation whereas in reference to someone can be an insult. “vachement” is a way to show excitement

that’s all i got! if there’s something wrong let me know. and if you wanna ask me about studying abroad or france n'hésitez pas!

I’m going to interrupt your day/night really quick and say that the green drink namjoon was drinking in the bst mv is a drug called absinthe. It’s a liquor that has really high levels of alcohol and considered to be a psychoactive drug that (supposedly) gives the drinker hallucinations. It was used by artists, writers, and poets because it was known for stoking creativity. People like Oscar Wilde, Toulouse-Lautrec, and even Vincent Van Gogh used it!

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Look at Alpha accidentally bumping into Omega and then Omega squeezing/patting Alpha’s shoulder at the end :’) so! cute!