quotes about pride

I love your smile, your big bright eyes, your laugh, your cute giggle, your dorky side, your bad side, your mood swings, your potential psycho side, bitchy side and pretty much every everything about you. I just don’t pick one side of you. When I chose you, I pick all parts of you. That’s how much I love you.
—  Ymrac (My Unstable Mental Health)
Nordics as (Gay) Things my Friends and I Have Said
  • Sweden: How many homophobes does it take to change a lightbulb? None 'cause they're afraid of change, even if it makes the world a brighter place.
  • Finland: I dreamt of (OTP part 1) letting off a ray. And (OTP part 2) teaching about plane mirrors and converging and diverging mirrors. The properties of light. It's straight. Not anymore though. It's gay.
  • Norway: I, too, want to teach men the ways of gay and inspire fear.
  • Denmark: Why go single when you could go gaygle?
  • Iceland: I too am a useless gay. We must destroy the heterosexuals.
Como é adorável passar a tarde assim! Garanto que não há nada mais divertido que ler! Tudo cansa, menos um livro! Quando tiver a minha própria casa, não serei feliz até ter uma excelente biblioteca!
—  Orgulho e Preconceito - Jane Austen

HP AU: Ravenclaw Annabeth Aesthetic

Even strength has to bow to wisdom sometimes.

These aren’t riddles. It’s just a bunch of dumb, random facts. Riddles are supposed to make you think. I’m a child of Athena, and this is an insult to my intelligence. I won’t answer these questions.

Children of Athena are supposed to be wise, not just clever.

Simon Woods, who plays Bingley, I dyed his hair red for this film. And weirdly, it’s continued to grow red and he resents me deeply for that. He was actually blond. But he should get over it. Do you know what i mean? - Joe Wright

HP Characters >>>> Pansy Parkinson  

“She’s really ugly,” says Pansy Parkinson, a pretty and vivacious fourth-year student, “but she’d be well up to making a Love Potion, she’s quite brainy. I think that’s how she’s doing it." 

In Jane Austen’s world I can feel at home and be as much alive as in my own. The same laws function there that control me here. No licences are issued for distortion and improbability. I meet these people who are no mere characters in fiction, but sensible companions, and their thoughts and feelings are in close alliance with what I personally think and feel.
—  Sheila Kaye-Smith, ‘Talking of Jane Austen’ (1943).
At the very least I hope she takes the edge off, I hope she eases your anxieties, and understands that she will need to spend her life building windows to try and show you that you’re a galaxy.
—  A letter from your ex to your next. S.e.s