cptnrogers:

"too vague" writes my English teacher on my essay

kind of like the instructions you gave us you piece of shit

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harry potter; color analysis

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soloontherocks:

eupheme-butterfly:

rubycosmos:

lipstick-and-lightsabers:

denism79.deviantart.com

If Star Wars were a 1980’s High School movie.

WOW WAIT HANG ON JUST A MINUTE

Hey soloontherocks

excuse me we need to talk about motorcycle gang Vader and Fett

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gizkasparadise:

let it take you home | a sally & aidan fanmix inspired by the finale

{ listen here }

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Moffat + Sexist Quotes: A List

waffleguppies:

penguintim:

If you think that this list is missing anything, please let me know.

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oh my god how could you say that about companions

THEY CAN BE ANYONE

THAT’S THE POINT

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enigmaticrose:

the-sirius-sideoflife:

Headcanon:

The Marauders used to take turns taking care of Harry when the others had Order business or were too busy or needed a night off. It became a tradition among them, as they were passing the baby into the next caretaker’s hands, to say “you’re it. good luck.

The last thing Sirius saw as he was falling through the veil was Remus running over to Harry, and the last thought that ran through his head was “you’re it. good luck.”

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vagisodium:

i am too young to have this many embarrassing memories

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forte7:

clone-cody:

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justthefactsmaamifyouplease:

captaincharminghood:

things get heated between the canadians and the americans

But does anybody else remember the great Bagged Milk Battle from ye old days on LJ?

Immediately.

why have bagged milk if you are just going to PUT IT IN A JUG??? 

I live in Canada and I’ve never seen bagged milk

My relatives in Canada (at least those in the London area) always had bagged milk, but I never really questioned it. I was like “Huh. Milk in bag in container in fridge. Kay. I want milk. Gimme” and got a glass of milk. 

At least they’re not pouring the milk from a bag into another smaller bag instead of a glass or something lol

This is also a thing in the Midwest especially in areas with Kwik Star convenience stores. My family hasn’t used bagged milk in awhile but honestly I dont understand how the concept is not understood by others. It’s milk…in a bag. That bag is in a container…..