Ravenclaws are prone to social anxiety and tend to prefer a solitary study environment. The riddle to get into the dormitory is mainly to help the students interact with one another, but the interactions most ravenclaws prefer is watching youtubers (because they definitely figured out WiFi… with help from the Slytherins cunning, and the Hufflepuffs encouragement) like markiplier and just talking over the video about how stupid he is. (But they all love him)
Tom’s eyes veered away from his textbooks as he heard a collision in the hallway he was walking down. He was making his way down to Slughorn’s Potions class, when he witnessed this unexpected mishap.
A girl with (H/L) (H/C) haired had been accidentally bumped into by a boy, leading to papers and notebooks flying everywhere. Immediately, the girl bent down to help pick up everything.
“I’m so sorry!” the boy exclaimed, handing over the parchment that didn’t belong to him. “I wasn’t looking -”
“Don’t worry about it!” Her sweet voice replied, a bright smile on her face as she returned the boy’s things as well. Taking her stuff from him, she brushed off her robes and Tom took note of the house colours she wore. “It happens to everyone! Don’t feel bad. Are you okay?”
Why did the chicken cross the road? Because when the stars call, you answer. Even if you don’t know if they really called you. Even if you don’t believe that they can call anyone. Even if, maybe, you were just outside, like normal, just looking up at the sky normally, and the stars were as they always are, but you weren’t as you always are. Because the stars didn’t change, you did. And once you were different, you couldn’t live like you were the same. You had to live differently. You had to. You had to. And that is why the chicken crossed the road.
Alice Isn’t Dead, episode 6: Why Did the Chicken Cross the Road?