I am no man's land
oh wow look i am an adult now

© everlark

frecklesandthebespectacled:

Baby Harry having no clue what his actual name was, due to the fact everyone seemed to have a different nickname for him.

He was Lily’s sweetheart, James’ troublemaker, Sirius’ buddy, Remus’ little man and Peter’s pipsqueak.

Harry as a toddler getting overexcited whenever Petunia or Vernon would refer to him as ‘nothing but a little troublemaker’, thinking his Dad was coming back to take him away from these awful people. 



descentintotyranny:

#GazaUnderAttack


Sophie Turner in Bastille’s ‘Oblivion’ (2014)



 Ralph & Russo Haute Couture Autumn/Winter 2014-15 (x)


thedoctorsbuttercup:

unwinona:

McGonagall holding a Sorting Hat that has been duct-taped across the mouth and doing her own impression of the hat’s voice from behind her hand in the Great Hall.
James Potter HUFFLEPUFF
Remus Potter RAVENCLAW
Sirius Potter NOW THE GROUNDSKEEPER 
No classes together ever goodbye

Now the groundskeeper.

thedoctorsbuttercup:

unwinona:

McGonagall holding a Sorting Hat that has been duct-taped across the mouth and doing her own impression of the hat’s voice from behind her hand in the Great Hall.

James Potter HUFFLEPUFF

Remus Potter RAVENCLAW

Sirius Potter NOW THE GROUNDSKEEPER 

No classes together ever goodbye

Now the groundskeeper.


performance! (x)



dragonpie:

gender8end-spider8itch:

saverockandrolloncarinsurance:

mamafrerard:

what if when you smoked, the smoke you blow out is the color of the emotion you are feeling. 

i’m feeling a little gay today

image

its a metaphor

this fucking website





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Abusers don’t necessarily wake up in the morning and say “I want to destroy my family’s sense of safety and worth.” They see themselves as beleaguered heroes. “Things would be fine if you would just do everything I tell you to do and completely anticipate my moods. You know how I get when you’re like that.” Abusers are also experts in manipulating people and provoking people into yelling at them, which creates the situation that makes them feel justified in using force and creates a false sense of “Well, nobody’s blameless here, it’s both of our faults.”

You can love someone who is abusive, who engages in abusive behaviors. You can really and truly love them. You can search their behavior and yours for proof of how you handled it badly and how it is really a little bit your fault, and “take responsibility” and “apologize” but it doesn’t change what is happening. The part where you don’t want to apologize but feel like you have to in order to keep a roof over your head and stay in school? That’s part of the cycle, right on schedule.

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via CaptainAwkward.com Question #149: My Dad Hit Me (via optais-amme)