Still Ginger
totally-not-a-time-lord:

sparxemberflame:

shipcomingthrough:

Malmö Pride 9/8 2014
Pride was perfect. Me and a bunch of great friends stood on a truck-thing at the parade… The “Proud and Nerdy” truck. It rained, but the dubstep versions of “Let it Go” and “Tetris” kept the mood up.


Pride was a lot of fun! This was my face all day there. I’ve got about 4 other pictures of e making this face from yesterday.

Still upset over missing this

totally-not-a-time-lord:

sparxemberflame:

shipcomingthrough:

Malmö Pride 9/8 2014

Pride was perfect. Me and a bunch of great friends stood on a truck-thing at the parade… The “Proud and Nerdy” truck. It rained, but the dubstep versions of “Let it Go” and “Tetris” kept the mood up.

Pride was a lot of fun! This was my face all day there. I’ve got about 4 other pictures of e making this face from yesterday.

Still upset over missing this

jeniac:

Happy 100th Birthday Tove Jansson (1914-2001), a talented writer and artist and the creator of the Moomins.

jeniac:

Happy 100th Birthday Tove Jansson (1914-2001), a talented writer and artist and the creator of the Moomins.

bethanyactually:

phoenix-falls:

mylordshesacactus:

rickyproctor:

Poor Hufflepuff. Everyone who wasn’t cunning, intelligent, or brave got sent to Hufflepuff

Ding-dong, you are wrong.
Everyone who had immense amounts of courage but, when given the choice, would decide that fighting is not as important as staying put to care for the people a war leaves in its wake ended up in Hufflepuff.
Everyone who was extremely intelligent but simply considered it a much more defining characteristic to be loyal and faithful to people they love, rather than taking pride in their intelligence*, ended up in Hufflepuff.
Everyone who wanted to do something important and had enough cunning to manipulate others and wind their way to the top, but never would because they considered it more important to be honest and earn their success fairly and through hard work ended up in Hufflepuff
Everyone who was brave, and smart, and cunning, but did not consider those traits to be the most important and defining aspects of their personality ended up in Hufflepuff.
Helga Hufflepuff made a conscious decision to accept only those students who were honest and loyal and true enough to themselves to say “No. Courage and intelligence and cunning are all valuable traits, but I will not define myself by them because I believe there are things more important than that.”
We are not your fucking leftovers.



BADGERS FOREVER OUR DORMS ARE NEXT TO THE KITCHENS WHAT WHAT (x)

bethanyactually:

phoenix-falls:

mylordshesacactus:

rickyproctor:

Poor Hufflepuff. Everyone who wasn’t cunning, intelligent, or brave got sent to Hufflepuff

Ding-dong, you are wrong.

Everyone who had immense amounts of courage but, when given the choice, would decide that fighting is not as important as staying put to care for the people a war leaves in its wake ended up in Hufflepuff.

Everyone who was extremely intelligent but simply considered it a much more defining characteristic to be loyal and faithful to people they love, rather than taking pride in their intelligence*, ended up in Hufflepuff.

Everyone who wanted to do something important and had enough cunning to manipulate others and wind their way to the top, but never would because they considered it more important to be honest and earn their success fairly and through hard work ended up in Hufflepuff

Everyone who was brave, and smart, and cunning, but did not consider those traits to be the most important and defining aspects of their personality ended up in Hufflepuff.

Helga Hufflepuff made a conscious decision to accept only those students who were honest and loyal and true enough to themselves to say “No. Courage and intelligence and cunning are all valuable traits, but I will not define myself by them because I believe there are things more important than that.”

We are not your fucking leftovers.

BADGERS FOREVER OUR DORMS ARE NEXT TO THE KITCHENS WHAT WHAT (x)

rowena: i'm looking over the plans
godric: yeah
rowena: what's this weird series of rooms accessible only by a hatch in a room on the right hand side of the third floor corridor
godric: oh that's for if we ever need to hide a priceless artifact for some reason
rowena: why would we hide a priceless artifact in a school
godric: safest place
rowena: fucking is it though?? there's a giant snake somewhere
[in the distance]
salazar: there's no snake you are wrong stop being wrong
dandywondrous:

A new musical!  With the hit numbers The Angel and I, Dancing On the Head of a Pin, I’m Not That Demon, and Defying Orders!

dandywondrous:

A new musical!  With the hit numbers The Angel and I, Dancing On the Head of a Pin, I’m Not That Demon, and Defying Orders!

Happy 7th birthday, Deathly Hallows!

the-brightness-of-earendil:

Bon 14 Juillet !

todayinhistory:

July 14th 1789: Storming of the Bastille

On this day in 1789, French revolutionaries stormed the Bastille fortress in Paris. This event came towards the beginning of the French Revolution which led to the toppling of the monarchy and execution of King Louis XVI. The dramatic events at the Bastille were precipitated by the King’s refusal to approve the reorganisation of the Estates-General, a general assembly designed to represent the clergy, the nobles and the common people. In response to fears of a counter-attack by the King’s forces, revolutionaries planed to seize the weapons in the Bastille. The prison was lightly guarded and the revolutionaries were able to force their way through and the ensuing violence led to the surrender of the defenders. The Bastille was where the French monarchy held their opponents, including figures like the mysterious ‘Man in the Iron Mask’ from 1670 to 1703, and so the mob also released the seven prisoners held there. The Bastille had represented ironclad royal authority and its fall was a major turning point in the revolution. After the Bastille the revolution escalated, with the passage of the Declaration of the Rights of Man and abolition of feudalism in August. A republic was declared in 1792 and the King was beheaded in January of the next year. For its prominent role in the French Revolution, this day is commemorated in France as a public holiday, Bastille Day.

"Is this a revolt?"
"No Majesty, this is a revolution
- supposed conversation between Louis XVI and adviser Duc de Liancourt after the storming of the Bastille

yoyo-inspace:

Our commentators are having a very good time commentating about how FIFA isn’t showing the supporters who ran onto the pitch and the amount of security guards who rushed after

They are describing it in great detail, obviously thinking that we’re missing out on something