Okay but Muggleborn students whose first letter home reads “Dear Mum and Dad GRANNY WEATHERWAX IS THE HEADMISTRESS”
It becomes Tradition, as Discworld memes tend to do, with someone in the Common Room mentioning “Headmistress Weatherwax”, and then it becomes an in-joke with the people who were there even if they didn’t recognise the reference, and it spreads and grows, and the older Muggleborns tell the first-years who do know Discworld that Headmistress McGonagall actually knew Sir Terry, and was the inspiration for Granny, and you think it’s coincidence that Granny is so good at Borrowing and McGonagall can turn into a cat? and the Witches books get passed around, and we know how good Potterverse wizards are at critical thinking, and the upshot is that within a couple of weeks it is Established Fact that McGonagall is actually Granny Weatherwax.
And one day McGonagall stands at the podium at dinner time, and casts a baleful eye around the room, and says “I can’t be having with this.”
And the kids who started the rumour in the first place swiftly reevaluate all their life choices.
My week in pictures: July 10th - July 16th // This week was yet another wild one so I didn’t have a chance to take any particularly entertaining photos. However it was a week in which I: caught up with some old friends, posted a new video, had a job interview, hardly posted on my socials because I was so anxiously awaiting results day to see if I met the 3.5 GPA requirement to transfer into my dream degree, and um.. oh yeah, FOUND OUT I GOT A 4.0 GPA!!! 😭 That happened. It’s been three days and I’m still in disbelief. It’s definitely been a long, emotional and arduous journey but I worked my ass off, and I’m actually so, so pleased with myself. Thank you all for your continuous support, and for the kind messages on my post the other day. I had no idea that many of you cared and I was absolutely overwhelmed with love. You guys rock!!! 💗 Now I just have to wait and see if I got accepted to transfer!!
9.4.17 // 5:00pm // september monthly (las páginas para septiembre)
i know this is kind of late, but school starting has had me super busy so i couldn’t post (or make) this til now. trying out a slightly new layout, but i actually ran out of space for the last week whoops… guess i should have spaced it first lol. xoxo, m
sé que esta entrada es un poco tarde, pero el principio del semestre me ha hecho super ocupada entonces no podía subir (o hacer) estas páginas hasta ahora. estoy probando un diseño nuevo, pero me agoté el espacio para la semana final… supongo que debía espaciar los días al principio jajaja. tqm, m
For incoming high school seniors, your last year in high school is approaching, and this means you’ll start applying to different colleges and/or universities where you could potentially spend the next chapter of your life in. Here’s a list of tips that will guide you every step of the way, from choosing schools to filling up your application form.
November Preview!! October went by so fast and I can’t believe it’s already November. Literally so JUNG-SHOOK.
I’m going with that pastel purple gem theme this month. Here is me attempting to be good at drawing gems… Hopefully it gets better throughout the month. Edited Inspo: Jessica Wonderland album cover and AmandaRachLee
When it comes to horror movies, the majority of people will think of cult classics, such as the Friday the 13th franchise and its protagnoist and horror movie icon Jason Voorhees. However, even though the Friday the 13th movies are completely fictitious and not exactly based on real life events, it allegedly inspired 18-year-old Mark Branch to commit a crime to honor the legacy of Voorhees. On October 24, 1988 Cheryl Gregory was met by a grisly scene. She found the lifeless body of her twin sister, 19-year-old Sharon Gregory in the bathroom of her family’s home. She had been stabbed repeatedly in the back, face and head. Although there was little to no direct evidence that Mark Branch committed the crime, police immediately suspected him to be responsible for Gregory’s death. One day after the discovery of Gregory’s body, the abandoned car of Branch was found in a nearby town. That and the fact that he hadn’t been seen or heard from since the day the stabbing occured, was an indication that Branch might have been responsible for Gregory’s demise. Authorities believed that he had successfully fled the area and issued a warrant for Branch’s arrest. Friends described Branch as an horror movie enthusiast who particularly favored the Friday the 13th series. They feared that Branch “believed he was Jason”. Others even went so far as to say that he wrote obscene letters to students in high school and threatened girls with a knife. A owner of a video rental store stated that he frequently rented gory horror movies. Newspapers reported that he had been under psychiatric care for his horror movie obsession for several years. Residents of Greenfield, Massachustetts were frightened by the brutal stabbing and, due to the fact that Halloween was near and Branch still at large, a Halloween dance was cancelled. On November 29, 1988 a hunter discovered the partially decomposed body of Branch hanging from a tree in Buckland, Massachusetts, about two miles from the spot where his abandoned car had first been found. It remains a mystery who caused the death of Gregory although evidence highly suggests that Branch was involved in the killing.