nonbinaryteddy:

every year the marauders probably sat in the same spot on the hogwarts express, from when they were little bitty eleven-year-olds to the last time they rode away from the place where they found home and family, practicing silly spells and trading chocolate frog cards and planning the year’s pranks or the summer’s gatherings 

and when remus rode to hogwarts to teach, he probably sat in that same spot and thought that the silence was louder than four teenage boys ever were. 

afirewiel:

ipikaboo:

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  How can you be so rude? Don’t you know we are human too? How can you be so rude?

We are going to ship it anyway.

"…and the other doesn’t"

Just because Lydia hasn’t come right out and said that she loves Stiles, it doesn’t mean that she doesn’t. Lydia may not have always cared about Stiles, but I think her actions this season (particularly in this last episode) say a lot about how she feels about Stiles. Relationships are more than just words. It’s the little things. The way people act around each other, the way they look at each other. All of those to me scream that Lydia is mad about Stiles, even if she hasn’t realized it yet.

"Lydia had a chance and didn’t take it"

I hate it when people use that against Lydia. Stiles did have a crush on Lydia for years, but Lydia barely even knew he existed! You want a girl to take a chance on a guy she barely knows? I for one have been perfectly content to wait for her to actually see Stiles and care about him as a friend first.

"…but it will never be endgame"

Wow. I didn’t know you knew what Jeff’s plans are. Has he told you everything else he has planned for this show? I don’t think so. You are not Jeff. You are not one of the writers. Unless Jeff has said that Stydia will never be endgame (which he hasn’t! If anything he’s hinted that it will be!), then you cannot possibly say with 100% certainty that Stiles and Lydia won’t be together.

Anonymous: So why don't feminists shave their armpits and stuff? It's not like MEN force you to do it, and like as a girl it's uncomfortable and holds more sweat and just ew. I don't know if you're braver or just lazier than the average girl

slayboybunny:

alright i don’t normally reply to these but im feelin chatty so here goes

first of all,  underarm hair helps ventilate sweat, control odor, and does a great job of keepin moisture away from the skin!! its 10x more physically comfy for me believe it or not!!

now, let’s have a short history lesson here, and keep in mind that we’re talking about westernized white women because in many places and cultures this phenomenon simply does not apply 

moving onward, ladies shaving their armpits didnt really catch on until around the 1920s and this was almost entirely sparked because marketing companies wanted to double the demographic they could sell razors to. to kickstart it, they released this scandalous picture in Harper’s Bazaar in 1915:
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which first planted the seed.  at the time, the photo was extremely risque as it was really the first time a womans bare underarm had been shown in American media that wasnt pornographic. the word “underarm” itself was shocking! in a very deliberate move, they’d paired a revolutionary photo with a trend they wished to sell. in 1922 sears released “female” razors and it eventually trickled down to the middle class and the lower class with time, as fashion trends often do. turns out, the war against armpit hair was one of the most successful business campaigns ever!!

wanting to follow in these footsteps, they worked on leg hair. women still didnt begin shaving their legs until around 1943. even those iconic flappers who wore short hemlines still sported fuzzy legs! Daisy Fay Buchanan was probably a furry gal herself.

a part of the hesitation for a woman to shave her legs was that she would appear more promiscuous because the legs are so indicative of the vulva. alas, after WWII, Betty Grable posed for this sexy image: 
 
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and eventually the look went from celebrities to other patriotic girls and then to everyone else. 

what do both have in common you ask???  they were both deliberately manufactured propaganda made by white men for the sole reason of making money by exploiting women. 

im not telling you what you should or should not do with your body and all the hair that grows on it. its ok if shaving makes you feel more feminine or clean. all im saying is that it’s a good idea to analyze why youve been lead to believe a little fuzz is so “ew” to you, and really think about whether it should be. it hasn’t always been this way (in fact it only recently became so) and im here to say it doesnt have to be that way either. take this knowledge and run with it but its ultimately your choice. 

as for me, no, i wouldnt say im braver or lazier than the average girl. i just reject the idea that a bullshit made up westernized whitie can make my decisions for me. and personally, i find my kitten armpits exceptionally cute. 

ill leave you with this my friend: if girls weren’t meant to have body hair then why do girl’s bodies grow hair  ¯\_(ツ)_/¯

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Anonymous: Who do you think James Potter would nominate for the ice bucket challenge?

messrprongs:

Lily Evans, Professor McGonagall, and Severus Snape (anything to see the rare miracle of water coming in contact with Snivellus’ hair)

What I do is not hard, what makes Xavi and Iniesta is complicated. - Lionel Messi

fullofstoryshapes:

note-a-bear:

kaalashnikov:

cracked:

Dark Ages, Schmark Ages. The De-Textbook cuts through that and so much more fake-fact bullshit.

cloudy with a chance of witch burning

your periodic reminder that a good chunk of Europe basically shat the bed for a few centuries while everyone else kinda did their thing.

Can we not include Ireland in the blue, though, considering some of the most celebrated examples of illustrated manuscripts ever produced came from Ireland during what would be considered the Dark Ages. I mean. The Book of Kells.

fullofstoryshapes:

note-a-bear:

kaalashnikov:

cracked:

Dark Ages, Schmark Ages. The De-Textbook cuts through that and so much more fake-fact bullshit.

cloudy with a chance of witch burning

your periodic reminder that a good chunk of Europe basically shat the bed for a few centuries while everyone else kinda did their thing.

Can we not include Ireland in the blue, though, considering some of the most celebrated examples of illustrated manuscripts ever produced came from Ireland during what would be considered the Dark Ages.

I mean. The Book of Kells.

a game of stark children not listening to their fucking mother

The 100 cast doing the ice bucket challenge [x]

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