so now you know


Finished the shit-comic from this sketchdump because I still think it’s funny. :3c

Here, have a thing


On the note of ugly Good Omens covers, I present to you: the Japanese edition of Good Omens, featuring our beloved characters, octopus and lobster.

The fact that French students still barricade their high schools/university buildings with furniture to protest shit is the True™ les Mis legacy

What Medieval English Monarch Am I Looking At?

Henry II:

  • Pointy beard
  • Fancy
  • Looks either bored (re: regal) or kinda pissed there’s no in between
  • There’s like no depictions of him from life I can find I dunno

Richard I:

  • ARMOR 
  • Shields and junk
  • Kinda resembles Jesus?
  • Very square face
  • Looks into the camera like he’s on the Office
  • Probably no depictions of him from life either


  • Nice hair
  • Looks like he would murder you and probably would
  • Fancier than Richard tbh

Henry III

  • He honestly looks like a remix of the last three guys I dunno what to tell you
  • Blonde
  • Looks kinda Done™

Edward I

  • Okay he looks even more like Jesus than Richard I did
  • Suspicious Eyes

Edward II

  • I’m pretty sure this is just Henry III again
  • Okay his face is like marginally longer in most of his images but like
  • Good luck

Edward III

  • He looks like a judgmental warlock
  • He’s old in a lot of images but even when he’s not his beard game is the strongest I’ve seen yet

Richard II

  • Bling Jesus™
  • Doesn’t actually look that much like Jesus
  • Baby face
  • Two emotions: Friendly and Stayed Up Past 2 AM

Henry IV

  • TOWEL HAT (it’s called a Chaperon) 
  • Highkey judging you
  • Seems good natured but he isn’t going to be having Any Of Your Shit Today

Henry V 

  • Profile game: Strong
  • Haircut game: less so
  • Had facial scarring so Right View Only

Henry VI

  • Looks like you just killed his dog in some of these portraits tbh
  • Simple Hat 
  • Nervous™
  • Looks optimistic or sad depending

Edward IV 

  • Small eyes
  • Refined™
  • Small hands too
  • Way too many necklaces man calm down
  • Looks like he would kill you but honestly can’t be bothered so

Edward V

  • Baby child who looks like he’s 45
  • Lots of pictures of him being murdered that’s cute
  • Angelic™ (I think that’s the vibe they were going for, they ended up with Creepy)

Richard III

  • Looks highkey uncomfortable 
  • Doesn’t actually want to be here
  • Resting bitchface
  • He’s also got that same hat in literally every single image that isn’t from Shakespeare

Henry VII

  • Has three faces: Soft Murder, Disappoint, and Smug
  • Ripped off the York hats
  • Looks like a dad actually 
  • For some reason his eyes don’t go in the same direction very often

Henry VIII

  • I feel like most people know what Henry VIII looks like but
  • “I’m not fat, I’m voluptuous”
  • Actually got rid of the York hats finally
  • Highkey seductive this man has no shame 

Edward VI

  • See Edward V artists THAT’S how you paint a kid
  • Wearing his dad’s clothes rip
  • Cute 10/10 would hug

it’s ok Mark, you can get emotional, it’s your last high-school year after all

🌻🐚June Magic Tips🐚🌻

🍄Wild Foods In Season🍄
Dandelion, daisy, elderflower, lime flowers, marsh samphire, meadowsweet, nettle, plantain, sorrel, sea beet, wild mint, wild rose flower, wild strawberry, and wood pigeon

🍓Produce In Season🍓
Artichokes, asparagus, apricots, beetroot, blueberries, black currants, broccoli, cherries, carrots, chicory, cucumbers, fennel, french beans. green beans, gooseberries, nectarines, onions, peas, rocket, radishes, runner beans, rhubarb, romaine lettuce, sorrel, spinach, strawberries, turnips, tomatoes, and watermelons

🔥June Correspondences🔥

  • The Strawberry Moon or Rose Moon is June 9th because it’s the peak of the strawberry season.
  • Oak is the symbolic tree; dog roses, ox-eyed daises, and wild orchid are the flowers; yarrow(hollaaa), fennel, and St. John’s wart are the herbs.
  • Colors associated are red, orange, gold, and yellow.

🔮Witchy Ways To Celebrate June🔮

  • Decorate your home or altart with fragrant blossoms, light candles to represent the sun, and let your crystals bathe in the sun. Be careful some crystals will fade in the sun; i.e. flourite, rose quartz, citrine, aventurine, amethyst, aquamarine, and smokey quartz are the main one’s I know of. Opal won’t fade but it can become brittle!
  • Connect with the fae by leaving offerings of milk, honey, or sweet bread. You can also spend this time with nature, fire, or sun gods!
  • Do a purification spell by creating a midsummer fire on Letha(Summer Solstice, June 21st) in a small cauldron or a campfire! Whatever floats your boat. Cast negative feelings and illness aside by throwing a pouch(or just some) herbs in the flames. Make a protective talisman of summer herbs and flowers! Oak leaves are great for protection.
  • Come together with others, either in person or online, to celebrate the longest day of the year. Try to make a connection with a friend.
  • Get out and about, find an oak or holly tree and bow in respect and thanks for all they have to offer our world and to honor them at this time of their yearly battle.
#teddy #auror #unresolved sexual tension

Prompts: @foxesandwands
Author: @queenofthyme

If you had told Harry Potter, back in his first year of Hogwarts, that he’d be sharing custody of a child with Draco Malfoy, he would have laughed. Loudly. But here he was, fifteen years later, and one of Teddy Lupin’s two legal guardians.

When Harry had accepted Remus’s offer to be Teddy’s godfather, although in the thick of war, he still never considered he’d actually have to raise someone else’s child. Teddy’s grandmother, Andromeda, had taken care of Teddy originally, which Harry was glad of - a 17 year old did not a father make. Still, he made sure to visit often. He knew what it was like to grow up without parents.

Harry wasn’t surprised that Draco visited just as often. Andromeda was his aunt after all, making Teddy his first cousin once removed.

Harry didn’t make a fuss the first time they’d bumped into each other at Andromeda’s, even though the last time they’d seen each other had been at Hogwarts, in the middle of a war, on opposite sides. He trusted Andromeda, and if she, as fiercely protective as she was, trusted Draco around Teddy, that was enough for Harry to do the same. Although, he still watched closely, curious to understand Draco’s behaviour.

Years past and Andromeda grew weary. She had already raised one child, and she was far too old to be chasing after another. As godfather, Harry knew it was his responsibility to take over as Teddy’s guardian, and no longer a teenager, he felt like he was ready. But Draco had insisted that it was he who should become guardian, as a blood relative.

They had argued like they might have back in their Hogwarts days, with taunts and snide jabs, even a  few hexes, before Andromeda put a stop to it. “How do either of you expect to raise a child if you still act like children yourselves?” She had yelled at them both, her words striking home as always.

Shared custody was Andromeda’s idea, but they both agreed it would be the best option for Teddy. He had already grown attached to both of them, and they both loved Teddy as if he was their own. On that, they were in agreement, if nothing else.

These days, they saw a lot of each other. Teddy made sure of that. They hadn’t quite reconciled all their differences, but they were civil, even polite to each other. They had to be for Teddy. But there was such a coldness to their interactions sometimes, that Harry wondered if it would be better if they just went at it, like they really wanted to. Said what they were really thinking.

Like that time when Draco dropped Teddy off at Harry’s office in the middle of a work day because he had an appointment, and Harry said, “Of course, no problem Draco. Please take your time,” but what he’d really wanted to say was, “You couldn’t have given me some warning so I could plan my day around this, you inconsiderate prat?”

Or the time Draco had taken Teddy on holiday and returned a day later than expected, and Harry said, “That’s okay, Draco, I’m glad you’re both back. I’m sure Teddy had a great time,” but what he’d really wanted to say was, “I thought you were both dead you selfish jerk, you never thought to owl ahead to let me know?”

Or last week when Draco had to reschedule their agreed custody routine because he had a date on Thursday night and Harry said, “Hope you have a lovely night,” but what he’d really wanted to say was, “I hope your date throws wine in your face and leaves you with the bill.”

It’s not like Teddy didn’t know what was going on. He was a perceptive kid. The whole situation was ridiculous.

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