“Peeves usually showed some respect toward the teachers.”

Come on guys, THIS SCENE. We know Peeves has been lurking around Hogwarts for centuries, possibly since its founding, so he would’ve seen all the teachers as students when they attended Hogwarts. He knew them as students, but he still respected them as teachers. He saw them in their awkward pimply preteen years, but he still respected them as teachers.

But Lupin was a troublemaker. He was a Marauder, sneaking out of bed and going on adventures with his buddies James, Sirius, and Peter under the Invisibility Cloak. Peeves would’ve loved those guys, just like he loves Fred and George. I would bet money that Peeves used to call Remus “loony, loopy Lupin” when he was at school. 

So when he sees Remus back at Hogwarts, now as a professor, why should he show the kid the respect he shows the other teachers? Their relationship, I’m sure, went beyond Peeves seeing Remus in his awkward gangly preteen years. He probably helped the Marauders get into all kinds of trouble. 

And then you’ve got Professor Lupin who’s just like “dammit Peeves, you act like I don’t know how to deal with you.”

Guys, Peeves

Dear People of Tumblr

At this point, they’ve started putting Poltergeist ads right into our dashboard.
It’s the clown, and his nose is coming upward. The caption says look closely. Then, when the string reaches the top, the clown jumps out. And they use the dark blue on the sides to make it look a lot like it’s actually coming out of the screen

This just hard core startled me and I know there are many people out there with mental illness, or who just don’t like being frightened like that

So signal boost, watch out for that ad

And staff ? Maybe no more scary gifs as ads? Maybe?

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