I would like to be a Ravenclaw only because I want to be that Ravenclaw who opens the dorms for people with the worst ever answers to questions that are also correct, like 

“Why is a raven like a writing desk” “They both have the letter R in them" 

"What is the truth?” “The word with the letters T, R, U and H in it" 

"What is the answer to this riddle?” “The answer to this riddle is the answer to this riddle, of course”

“What has four legs in the morning, two legs at noon and three legs at night?” “Not you, obviously”

“Which came first, the chicken or the egg?” “Well you just mentioned the chicken first, so by virtue of the order of your sentence, it’ll be the chicken. Also alphabetically.”

because if I were ever in Ravenclaw it won’t be for being smart, it’ll be for being a smartass  

anonymous asked:

Wait, does Antarctica have any architecture? (Antarchitecture)

There is always one. Antarctica is not a country. In fact, no country or nation is a recognized ‘owner’ of Antarctica but several nations do claim pie-shaped slices of the continent. Thanks to an international treaty signed in 1959, only one thing rules Antarctica – science. [via]

Still, there are some humans that venture there, so there is architecture!:

Halley VI

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