the british kid

A British soldier takes advantage of the opportunity to have a bath in Tobruk, Libya, 1942.

Young 2D looks like that kid in school who would pull girls’ hair because he liked them and spit in your sandwich and then smirk and ask you if you were still gonna eat it

You know what I mean. He looks like *that* kid

anonymous asked:

Who was everyone's first celeb crush? I'm curious!

If I told you guys mine, you’d kill me.

His next tour was considerably bigger: a 66-date run opening for Swift. “I heard his song ‘Lego House’ in Australia when I was on the Speak Now tour,” says Swift. “It just cut through everything else.” Their managers put them together, and they ended up sitting on a trampoline in Swift’s backyard and writing “Everything Has Changed.” Each night, Swift invited Sheeran onstage to play the ballad.

Offstage, this was his most romantically prolific period. He says he hooked up with some of Swift’s famous friends. “Taylor’s world is celebrity,” says Sheeran. “I was this 22-year-old awkward British kid going on tour with the biggest artist in America, who has all these famous mates. It was very easy. … I would often find myself in situations just kind of waking up and looking over and being like, 'How the fuck did that happen?' " 

—  Ed Sheeran for Rolling Stone
He says he hooked up with some of Swift’s famous friends. “Taylor’s world is celebrity,” says Sheeran. “I was this 22-year-old awkward British kid going on tour with the biggest artist in America, who has all these famous mates. It was very easy. … I would often find myself in situations just kind of waking up and looking over and being like, ‘How the fuck did that happen?‘
—  Ed Sheeran (RollingStone Magazine)
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Have you ever wondered what medicine was like in the Victorian age? ^^

According to Pottermore, “There are eleven long-established and prestigious wizarding schools worldwide.”

So, there must be hundreds of schools that Europe, or “more importantly” England, doesn’t recognize as “long-established” or “prestigious”. 

Hundreds of smaller schools that fall into districts, that teach magics not recognized by British standards. Most teach kids the moment they show any kind of magical prowess. Most teach kids no matter if the have magic or not. Most teach muggle subjects along with magical subjects. 

But because they’re not of the “eleven long-established and prestigious wizarding schools”, and British magical society is so ingrained in its traditions that it ignores anything that wasn’t established by a colonizing British wizard, they don’t get recognized by whatever Euro-centric organization decides that list.