three hundred and ninety four

The rarest possible instance in pokemon (via EnixLeDerp on reddit)

The rarest thing is probably encountering a horde of 5 shiny Spinda with identical spot patterns with perfect IV’s, same gender, a hidden ability, the same nature, and all with Pokerus, which is a 1 in 1.166516e+120 chance of happening.

To see that as a full number, that’s a 1 in 1,166,516,000,000,000,512,216,872,712,104,384,496,808,632,888,240,896,
040,352,200,480,240,248 chance of happening.

In words, thats a one in one novemtrigintillion, one hundred and sixty-six octotrigintillion, five hundred and sixteen septentrigintillion, five hundred and twelve tretrigintillion, two hundred and sixteen duotrigintillion, eight hundred and seventy-two untrigintillion, seven hundred and twelve trigintillion, one hundred and four novemvigintillion, three hundred and eighty-four octovigintillion, four hundred and ninety-six septenvigintillion, eight hundred and eight sexvigintillion, six hundred and thirty-two quinvigintillion, eight hundred and eighty-eight quattuorvigintillion, two hundred and forty trevigintillion, eight hundred and ninety-six duovigintillion, four hundred and eight unvigintillion, one hundred and seventy-six vigintillion, six hundred and forty-eight novemdecillion, four hundred and fifty-six octodecillion, one hundred and four septendecillion, one hundred and fifty-two sexdecillion, nine hundred and sixty quindecillion, seventy-two quattuordecillion, nine hundred and forty-four tredecillion, six hundred and forty duodecillion, eight hundred and eight undecillion, two hundred and sixty-four decillion, four hundred and fifty-six nonillion, five hundred and forty-four octillion, six hundred septillion, three hundred and ninety-two sextillion, sixty-four quintillion, forty quadrillion, three hundred and fifty-two trillion, two hundred billion, four hundred and eighty million, two hundred and forty thousand, two hundred and forty-eight chance of happening. You’re more likely to win the lottery one milion billion trillion quadrillion quintillion sextillion septillion times.

You’re more likely to guess what atom someone has chosen throughout all of the entire universe than this happening.

If Nevra Read Twilight Then At Some Point SOMEONE Read Harry Potter.
  • Ezarel: [sees gardienne alone in the alchemy room]
  • Ezarel: [walks in and shuts blinds] Turn to page three-hundred and ninety-four.
  • Gardienne: Aaaahhh, nice reference.
  • Ezarel: Dammit. You shoud've been terrified!
  • Gardienne: Seven books, eight movies and I came through. Sorry, Ez. But if you show up bald and noseless I can call you The One Who Must Not Be Named and wave sticks at you, yelling "Expecto Patronum!".
  • Ezarel: Pfft. Predictable.
  • Gardienne: Well, then. I'm sure you're gonna come up with something eventually. Hey, what else can you do?
  • Ezarel: [turns around] Which one of you can tell me the difference between an animagus and a werewolf?
  • [Gardienne raises her hand]
  • Ezarel: [without looking] No-one? How disappointing.
  • [Gardienne and Ezarel start laughing]
Fandom GPS

No but imagine one where you could alternate fandoms each day;

Supernatural Fandom GPS Day:

Bobby: “Ya, idjit, go another half mile and turn back around.”
Castiel: “I don’t understand. There is a store called ‘Winchester Gear’? What do they sell? Salt shotgun shells?”
Crowley: “I run Hell and I don’t even want to go to this place. Why exactly do you want directions there?”

Harry Potter Fandom GPS Day:

Snape: “Take exit three hundred and ninety four.”
McGonagall: “Turn left now, you babbling, bumbling baboon.”
Luna: “If you look out your window more often, you’re much more likely to spot a Crumple-Horned Snorkack.”

Sherlock Fandom GPS Day:

Mycroft: “If you could manage it, a left turn this century wouldn’t be your worst decision ever.”
Mrs. Hudson: “I’m not even your landlady, dear, but if you want my directions, you’ll go back home and have a nice cuppa.”
Lestrade: “Right, what you want to do here is look out for the lane changes, because the traffic can be murder.”

Doctor Who Fandom GPS Day:

Amy Pond: “Ya bloody idiot, what ya wanna go that way for?”
River Song: “Oh, are we going somewhere? How exciting!”
Clara Oswald: “Drive. Drive you clever human. And remember to always wear your seatbelt.”

Lord of the Rings Fandom GPS Day:

Legolas: “My elf eyes see that you’ll need to turn west in 3 miles.”
Gimli: “Increase speed when you get off the interchange. Nobody cuts off a dwarf!”
Gollum: “Turn right here, Precious. Yes, right here! Gollum!

Marvel Fandom GPS Day:

Nick Fury: “I recognize that you missed the turn, but given that it was an important turn, I’m going to need to recalculate now.”
Loki: “You missed the turn. Well, I’m not exactly shocked. You must not be truly desperate to reach your destination.”
JARVIS: “May I say how refreshing it is to finally see you on the right course?”


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Alan Rickman, thank you for being our Severus Snape, the only Severus Snape there will ever be, in my opinion. I can’t imagine anyone else in the role, nor do I want to. You were brilliant as Snape, as I’m sure you were brilliant in all other roles you played.

Thank you for making me laugh, for making me gasp, for making me cry and above all, for making me happy.

As Dumbledore once said, to the well organized mind death is but the next great adventure. Rest happily in that adventure, Alan.

“Turn to page three hundred and ninety-four…”

“It was I who invented them-I, the Half-Blood Prince!”


“After all this time, Severus?”

“He was probably the bravest man I ever knew.”

In 1998, a fresh-faced Steven Gerrard walked into a barber’s shop as a promising Liverpool youngster and asked for a short back and sides. And, as these Merlin Premier League stickers chronicling Gerrard’s career will attest, nothing has changed in the subsequent years. 

Seven hundred and six club appearances, four hundred and ninety-three as captain, one hundred and eighty-three goals, ten trophies. One hundred and fourteen caps for his country, forty as captain, and twenty-one goals. A number two in the barber’s chair.


“My best Alan Rickman impression from Die Hard.#YippeeKyaaaa (sp ?!?!)”


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