ah, the ever popular solid steel canoe

I don't need comfort, I need a fucking parking spot!


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no u are wrong

I would drive to feel them but I am 2 drunk.

do not drive while drunk lora that’s a horrible idea

I used hair removal cream today and my legs are so soft and smooth it’s perfect I want someone to feel my smooth legs


So we know it’s JK’s headcanon that Dudley has a magical child, right? Imagine his kid starting to show signs of magic and Dudley remembering all the odd things that used to happen around Harry. Imagine his kid coming home from Hogwarts and being all, “WHY DIDN’T YOU TELL ME UNCLE HARRY WAS FAMOUS?” Imagine Dudley reading up on Harry and finding out about all the stuff he did and all the things that happened to him and struggling to grasp how his scrawny, speccy cousin saved the wizarding world. Imagine Dudley, white-faced with terror at his first big family get-together with Harry, Hermione and all the remaining Weasleys. Imagine Mrs Weasley being decidedly cool towards him until he eats fifth helpings of everything she cooks and telling her that she’s the best cook he’s ever met. Imagine Dudley meeting Fleur. Imagine the others embarrassing Harry by telling Dudley stories about him. Imagine Dudley and Harry going down the pub together for beers. Imagine Harry still calling him Big D. Imagine Dudley cheerfully never dieting ever again and being fat and happy forever THE END.

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Slytherin wasn’t the only founder to leave a concealed chamber at Hogwarts— before her death, Helga Huffelpuff created a secret room which would help all students, regardless of house affiliation or purity of blood. It’s been called many things throughout the centuries; today it’s known as the Room of Requirement. 

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No it actually still looks brown but it’s red in the sunlight

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Fjaðrárgljúfur, Iceland
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Ramona Quimby is so important.

So many books nowadays focus on wealthy teens or wealthy children and their issues and not enough discuss working class families. Ramona’s dad is a cashier at ShopRite and her mom works in a doctor’s office. And yet throughout the books the author never once makes you feel like this is a bad shameful thing, unlike a lot of people nowadays (at least where I am), who would look down their nose at you if they knew you worked retail or w/e. Also like it’s really evident from the books that the family has struggled with financial issues and need to think about budgeting. They only have one car, can’t really afford to eat out a lot, etc.

This kind of representation is important in fiction too and going back and rereading it is something I’m seeing less and less of nowadays in kids’ books.

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