talking to people about my obsessions pretending im just a casual fan
Fashion Series - Gryffindor War Fashion
Okay, I had this major realization reading Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows last night. Harry, Voldemort and Snape represent the Three Brothers from The Tales of Beedle the Bard.
[ I ] Voldemort being the one who wanted the wand to defeat anyone that could bring death to him. [ I ]
[ O ] Snape being the one who wanted to rejoin his long lost love. [ O ]
[ ∆ ] And Harry being the one who greeted death as his friend. [ ∆ ]
So I’ve only read Deathly Hallows like three or four times now, but it’s been awhile. So my mind promptly exploded. There are of course numerous things that the three have in common as well.
Don’t we love literature? And don’t we love Harry Potter? And J. K. Rowling?!!
Favourite Disney Songs → Not One of Us - The Lion King II
"Born in grief, raised in hate, helpless to defy his fate. Let him run, let him live, but do not forget what we cannot forgive. And he is not one of us, he has never been one of us, he is not part of us, not our kind.”
why haven’t his nudes been leaked yet
Jesse is the rain on parade day.
"Fun fact, Rose’s Bechdal test score would have been in the 80′s were it not for the episodes Moffat wrote during her run."
Guys, really, you should click the link.
“Ironically, the woman who is often propped up as proof that Steven Moffat is, in fact, not a sexist was one of the worst in terms of the Bechdel test and overall independence of thought and character. While maintaining an average speaking time, the episodes she is in only pass the Bechdel Test 57% of the time, and she herself only passes 42% of the time. She also never passes it on her own after Series 5. It is also important to note that River’s “passes” barely scraped by this test. Her passing conversations were always around three or four lines of exchange total, limited to one per episode, and were always in the presence of/with the Doctor.”
I’m just going to copy/paste a whole chunk of this right now:
"I think when it comes to giving women love interests in fiction, you have to let them maintain their own independence of thought. This keeps them from simply becoming a sex object or plot device. Rose (and Martha and Donna) had that in spades. While both Rose and River had their share of arguments with The Doctor, how they handled them was drastically different. Rose argued when she had moral issue with his choices, stood her ground, defended others, and overall became the moral compass of their relationship. River rarely if ever, disagreed on issues or principles. If asked to do something she disagreed with she would just yell, “I hate you,” and then do it. Her mentality toward The Doctor can be summed up with a conversation she has with Amy in series 6. The Doctor has left them with instructions Amy does not want to do, but River tells her, “We’re going to as The Doctor’s friends always do. As they’re told.” I think I just heard Rose, Martha, Donna, Romana, and Sarah Jane slap you. When it comes to River Song, it seems that audiences were fooled into thinking she was a strong female character because of her propensity toward violence, and some admittedly excellent monologues."
Fun Fact: I am VERY bad a hydrating myself. If I ever die unexpectedly it’s probably because I just forgot to drink water for a week.