HOW ABOUT HARRY ft. A PUPPY or a whole pile of puppies (i'm excited to see this happen ily)
Harry had never felt any animosity against animals.
He had loved Hedwig, that snake had once done him a big favour in his youth (it had made him laugh, which was a huge thing back then) and he had always laughed himself silly whenever Sirius changed into animagus form.
And now, staring at a huge pile of puppies - so many of them crawling over each other, yipping happily up at him - he felt like his heart would melt into a tiny puddle of love.
They were all golden Labradors, looking up at him with these dopy, glassy eyes full of wonder and trust, almost as if they were curious to who he was, why he was almost on the verge of tears (cuteness overload), why his face was breaking in two due to his wide smile.
“Draco,” Harry breathed finally, not daring to take his eyes off the puppies, “what did you -”
“I love you,” Draco said simply.
Harry looked to the dogs, staring and staring and staring until he was sure the image would be imprinted in his mind forever, before he finally felt calm enough to reply, “I love you too.”
Because he did.
(He loved Draco almost as much as the puppies. Which was saying a lot.)
dude i love nine days!! "it's always spaghetti" should have gotten braugher an emmy
Everything about that episode is wonderful. Jake and Holt being quarantined together. Rosa and Arlo the dog. Terry trying to fix the entire precinct but only fixing the bell. KASE!! “You can do whatever you want to me but don’t touch my mouth neck face or testicles.” “You’ve badly misread the situation.” “Amy is Usain Bolt!” “I’ve only had Arlo for a day and a half but if anything happened to him I would kill everyone in this room and then myself.” Jake and Holt simultaneously saying “cool cool cool cool no doubt no doubt”. Just. Everything.
On 15th January, 1919, comrade Luxemburg and Liebknecht were murdered in cold blood by Ebert and his proto-fascist allies, the Freikorps (largely seen as Germany’s precursor to the Nazi party). Maru takes a moment to contemplate Luxemburg’s thoughts on freedom after the anniversary of her untimely death.
“You can kill the revolutionary. But you can’t kill the revolution.” - Zach De La Rocha (vocalist for Rage Against The Machine).