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fandomwasteland:

timeywimeyslytherin:

no but imagine

Harry Potter as a tv show

sort of like Game of Thrones

where each season is a book

and each episode is a chapter

everything could be fleshed out

we would have everyone’s back story

and we would have HUNDREDS of hours of Harry Potter material

No but i want this so bad its not a joke

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oheska:

so there was a bug in my room so i got my mom to kill it because i hate bugs and then she was like

"you have to learn to kill bugs for your girlfriend"

and i was like

"ill get my boyfriend to do it"

and thats how i came out to my mom

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sixpenceee:

I remember seeing this short film a long time ago. Basically, this little machine sees a television with a pretty doll face. She wants to be just like what she sees on t.v, and changes her appearance. The standards get higher and higher (literally), but she tries earnestly.

You can see what happens in the end.This video leaves a powerful message about how our standards of beauty are too high and soon it becomes out of reach.

As one of the comments of the video says

"She was original but she died a copy."

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glitterswitch:

darrenismydisneyprince:

this is seriously one of the most powerful scenes on glee ever

I don’t even watch Glee but this gifset gives me all the feels.

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hipster-trichster:

cloudcuckoolander527:

alicelostinneverland:

merlinwhosuperpotterlock:

I actually think this was pretty responsible. Rather than banning it outright, which would result in kids wanting to rebel even more, she offers it in her home where she can control the amount people drink. Good on ya, Mrs George. You’re a cool mom.

She also offered her daughter a condom when she was hooking up with a guy instead of freaking out and kicking the guy out of the house.

It’s kinda funny how she is simultaneously an out-there parent, yet not a bad one. She might actually understand that her daughter is a anger-ridden teenager who can’t be easily controlled and restricted, so instead of telling her what she can’t do, she tries to guide her to a safer decision. I’m not saying I’m 100% cool with how she executes it, but hey, not a bad parent when you think about it. 

next up on tumblr: psychoanalysing the mean girls mother.

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dredsina:

YOU THINK I’M JOKING BUT I’M DEAD SERIOUS

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gaymzee:

no mom i already have a job its called being hardcore

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gin-and-eschatonic:

still the most romantic thing ever

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toastoat:

PUT THAT THING BACK WHERE IT CAME FROM OR SO HELP ME

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obitoftheday:

Obit of the Day: ‘Til Death Did Them Part
Bob and Barbara Pettis had a lot in common. They both attended Oklahoma A&M College (now Oklahoma State University), they both became teachers, they both loved each other for 62 years, and they both passed away on June 30, 2014
The Pettises died within hours of each other with Barbara dying early that Monday morning while Bob passed that same evening. Their son, Clay Pettis, said, “I don’t believe in coincidences, and I didn’t sit down and tell Dad that Mama was gone. Just knowing them, you wouldn’t be surprised that Dad decided to check out, too.”
The couple, who had spent parts of eight decades together, traveled different paths to finding each other. Mrs. Pettis was known for her being a bright child, having skipped 4th grade and graduating from high school before turning 17. Mr. Pettis ended up at Oklahoma State after serving two years in the U.S. Army near the end of the war - he enlisted immediately after his high school graduation. They met and fell in love.
After college, Mr. Pettis taught agricultral science in the public school system while Mrs. Pettis stayed home raising their three children: Clay, Jim Cole, and Lesley (their “favorite” daughter). After the children were in high school, Mrs. Pettis headed to the classroom, teaching elementary school.
After retirement they remained active in their church, Barbara teaching and playing piano and organ, while Bob served as a deacon and song leader.
Barbara Pettis died on the morning of June 30, 2014 at the age of 82. Bob Pettis died at 8:00 p.m. on June 30, 2014 at the age of 85.
Sources: NewsOK.com and Fisher Funeral Home
(Bob and Barbara Pettis in the spring of 1951, just months before their wedding on September 1. Courtesy of the Pettis family via NewsOK.com)
Other love stories on Obit of the Day:
Marie and William DeCaro - Married 81 years, both dying in April 2011
Helen and Kenny Felumlee - Married 70 years, died 15 hours apart
Jerome and Diane Pawlak - Died holding hands

obitoftheday:

Obit of the Day: ‘Til Death Did Them Part

Bob and Barbara Pettis had a lot in common. They both attended Oklahoma A&M College (now Oklahoma State University), they both became teachers, they both loved each other for 62 years, and they both passed away on June 30, 2014

The Pettises died within hours of each other with Barbara dying early that Monday morning while Bob passed that same evening. Their son, Clay Pettis, said, “I don’t believe in coincidences, and I didn’t sit down and tell Dad that Mama was gone. Just knowing them, you wouldn’t be surprised that Dad decided to check out, too.”

The couple, who had spent parts of eight decades together, traveled different paths to finding each other. Mrs. Pettis was known for her being a bright child, having skipped 4th grade and graduating from high school before turning 17. Mr. Pettis ended up at Oklahoma State after serving two years in the U.S. Army near the end of the war - he enlisted immediately after his high school graduation. They met and fell in love.

After college, Mr. Pettis taught agricultral science in the public school system while Mrs. Pettis stayed home raising their three children: Clay, Jim Cole, and Lesley (their “favorite” daughter). After the children were in high school, Mrs. Pettis headed to the classroom, teaching elementary school.

After retirement they remained active in their church, Barbara teaching and playing piano and organ, while Bob served as a deacon and song leader.

Barbara Pettis died on the morning of June 30, 2014 at the age of 82. Bob Pettis died at 8:00 p.m. on June 30, 2014 at the age of 85.

Sources: NewsOK.com and Fisher Funeral Home

(Bob and Barbara Pettis in the spring of 1951, just months before their wedding on September 1. Courtesy of the Pettis family via NewsOK.com)

Other love stories on Obit of the Day:

Marie and William DeCaro - Married 81 years, both dying in April 2011

Helen and Kenny Felumlee - Married 70 years, died 15 hours apart

Jerome and Diane Pawlak - Died holding hands

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intensional:

the thing about math is even if you understand it you actually don’t understand it

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