punkish girl

anonymous asked:

Am i the only one with a punk Hufflepuff au? Like short punkish looking girl that looks like she'd be sorted into Slytherin or Gryffindor but secretly just a huge cinnamon roll of pure sunshine!!

holy crap okay

  • A smol mugglep-born girl on her first day of Hogwarts listening to Fall Out boy and Green Day in her headphones on the train
  • Everyone giving her sideways looks on the platform because of her pink hair
  • “Is she a metamorphagus????” 
  • McGonagall calling her name and eyeing Dumbledore as this girl with bright pink hair and her sleeves rolled up sits down on the chair
  • Everyone being so smug in thinking for sure she’s going to be a Gryffindor or perhaps Slytherin
  • The sorting hat yelling “HUFFLEPUFF” and everyone being like ???? um 
  • while the hufflepuff table erupts into cheers of ‘HOLY SHIT WE GOT THE PUNK CHICK” 
  • people being quite intimidated by her throughout the years because of her forever changing hair colours and her cool-aura she gives off
  • but then when they talk to her they realise she’s the cutest and sweetest person ever 
  • her introducing all the puffs to her muggle punk music and everyone being like “alright i can dig this” 
  • HUFFLEPUFFS SUDDENLY ALL HAVING COOL HAIR COLOURS BECAUSE SHE HAS LOADS OF HAIR DYE AND LOADS OF PUFFS WANTING TO EXPRESS THEMSELVES 
  • “i thought, being a hufflepuff, that I had to look as nice as my personality but fuck that I want green hair” 

anonymous asked:

Have you ever had anyone in your life, who reminded you of any LiS characters personality-wise?

Yes. 

God Yes. 

She was the girl that made me realize I was into girls. I had met her in my sophomore year of high school (2015) before I had even heard about life is strange. This Junior girl was punkish, had dyed hair, was the sweetest person I’d ever met. And stop me if I sound cliche, (and I say this about every person I met that has a major impact in my life) but I knew she was going to mean something special to me.

She was my Chloe.

She made me feel like I knew what I was doing, she gave me the confidence to stand up to my bullies and not give a shit about what anyone said or thought about me. She’s honestly part of the reason I’m still alive now… We were great friends, and… if I’m honest with myself… I think I loved her.

And… then I moved.

We lost contact and… even though I follow her on Facebook. I never had the guts to call, or write, or text her.

Sound familiar?

About a month after I moved… I was just… super depressed for a reason I didn’t know. I felt lost… almost like half of a person.

I was heartbroken.

I never got the chance to tell this amazing human being how I felt, and I doubt I ever will now.

But… yeah. She reminded me so much of Chloe once I finally found the game. That’s probably why the game means so much to me.

There’s this girl at my job, kinda punkish Black girl, and her hair is dyed a different color every single week. Not exaggerating, she actually dyes her hair every week

And it’s so damaged that it’s literally like breaking off all up the backside (it’s only just past her ears anyway) and it’s like how your Bratz doll hair looked after you put a curling iron to it cause you ain’t know it was plastic or whatever the fuck. And just stiff and raggedy and puffy at the ends. Mind you, she has a relaxer and it looks like this.

She don’t give a fuck tho, she just keep dying and frying it every week lol. Every time I see it, I wanna cry

A conversation between a punkish Ravenclaw girl and an adorable (tall) Hufflepuff boy
  • Ravenclaw: Hey! *Awkwardly puts her forearm on the Hufflepuff's shoulder* So, how are you doing on that project you needed the book for? Because I might need that back soon.
  • Hufflepuff: *Tries to lower his shoulder so the Ravenclaw is more comfortable* Not well. This really isn't my area.
  • Ravenclaw: I understand, an it's not an easy assignment anyway. Tell you what. I remember that stuff, I can help you.
  • Hufflepuff: *Smiles with relief* That would be great!
  • Ravenclaw: *Grins* You're welcome. I could take you under my wing. When I think about it, you can be my legacy!
  • Hufflepuff: What-
  • Ravenclaw: Yeah! Setting off fireworks,
  • Hufflepuff: No-
  • Ravenclaw: Vulgar jokes while annotating quidditch games,
  • Hufflepuff: Bad idea-
  • Ravenclaw: and just being an all-around genius hell-raiser!
  • Hufflepuff: No, that's-
  • Ravenclaw: Yes.
  • Hufflepuff: But-
  • Ravenclaw: YES.

Blue is the Warmest Color by Julie Maroh 

[Goodreads]

Clementine is a junior in high school who seems average enough: she has friends, family, and the romantic attention of the boys in her school. When her openly gay best friend takes her out on the town, she wanders into a lesbian bar where she encounters Emma: a punkish, confident girl with blue hair. Their attraction is instant and electric, and Clementine find herself in a relationship that will test her friends, parents, and her own ideas about herself and her identity.

Thoughts: 

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“Maybe this is eternal love, this mixture of peace and fire.” 

Synopsis: (From GoodReads)
Originally published in French as Le bleu est une couleur chaude, Blue is the Warmest Color is a graphic novel about growing up, falling in love, and coming out. Clementine is a junior in high school who seems average enough: she has friends, family, and the romantic attention of the boys in her school. When her openly gay best friend takes her out on the town, she wanders into a lesbian bar where she encounters Emma: a punkish, confident girl with blue hair. Their attraction is instant and electric, and Clementine find herself in a relationship that will test her friends, parents, and her own ideas about herself and her identity.

Review:
This book is gorgeous from beginning to end. Nothing that I say here is going to do it any justice. The characters jump off the page and come to life before you. The illustrations are handled with extreme care and every detail in the book is there to set the tone of emotions. From the colors to the way that the text changes from cursive to print depending on the mood of the scene everything builds the emotions and passion of the world that Clementine and Emma live in. With extreme heart and real anguish this book brought tears to my eyes several times.

Rating:  5/5

Pros: Beautifully written and illustrated

Cons: It’s only 156 pages

Triggers: Brief drug usage

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This book contains sexually explicit illustrated content.
Moira Burton is not only the daughter of Barry Burton, but she is also good friends with Claire Redfield. Her friendship with Claire is what leads her to join Terra Save despite being only twenty years old. She is foul-mouthed and has a rebellious streak that makes it hard for others to deal with her. After Terra Save is attacked, she is kidnapped and taken to a strange island. Will she lose herself to the insanity that has engulfed the island, or will she be able to pull herself together long enough so she and Claire can escape?
—  Moira Burton’s character description.