please some please

I saw this on one of those buzzfeed type lists that was titled something like “the most inappropriate Harry Potter fanart”. I’m not going to sit here and rant about why this was probably put on that list, but it’s bullshit. Secondly, there was no artist credit. This is an awesome family portrait, the artist clearly spent a lot of time lovingly creating this wonderful scene, and there’s no one for most of us to go to and see if they have more like this, to compliment them, to commission, nothing. Not giving artists credit makes you a huge fucking douche. So, if you know who’s art this is please reblog/ask/message/leave a comment and I’ll throw it up. Same if you know their primary media platform.

Last: this image absolutely makes my black little heart bubble with joy I mean look at them they’re all so happy oh my gods they deserve this


“2017 PlayStation® Press Conference in Japan”(English)

Sony’s Press Conference for TGS 2017 starts in an hour, don’t miss it!

Friendly reminder that Nagakura Shinpachi is canonly the bookworm of the Shinsengumi

Please stop having him be the dumbest one out there who’s just here for booze and women, thanks.

anonymous asked:

“'I hate this,' he repeats, frustratedly, and Harry knows what he means. Louis hates the helplessness and the supplication. He hates the complete lack of autonomy, the absolute dependence. He hates needing something from someone else so badly he can’t think straight." From Love is like this; not a heartbeat but a moan by angelichl (diff anon but I read it last night too lol !)

I said I was closing shop for the night but it was too beautiful to pass up

From Love is like this; not a heartbeat but a moan by @angelichl

hey @ goyim could y'all reblog this if you're actually willing to listen to Jewish people and protect us?

we really need allies right now, and I know seeing this on people’s blogs could be comforting to other Jewish people. But please don’t do this as performative allyship- actually try and help us irl, or at least learn about antisemitism enough to spot it and call it out.