I’m tired of people using big and fancy words as a way to prove that their argument is somehow more correct or more valid. Just because someone has a larger array of words in their vocabulary does not prove that they somehow know more about a subject than someone with a less extensive pool of words to pull from. Knowledge about an argument or about life in general does not come along with having a larger vocabulary, it comes from studying, knowing, or even living the subject matter.
And if someone’s argument is littered with curse words, it does not mean that they are not intelligent or do not know what they are talking about, typically it just means that they’re angry, and you can be sure that means they’ll fight even harder.
Dianna Agron attends the Narciso Rodriquez-BottleTop launch party
Chandler Bing’s Six Stages of Unemployment
Yo, I am just not with it this school year. Like, I got senioritis pretty bad. I haven’t bought any textbooks. I’m not even attempting my online readings. I haven’t looked at my assignments yet. Like… It’s the second week and this is the state I’m already in.
Ginny Weasley should have confronted Voldemort and possibly destroyed the horcrux. Its her story. Its her body he violated. Her mind he corrupted.
Lucius and Voldemort treated her like a pawn. I wish after Harry killed the snake, Ginny could have been the one- the oh so vengeful one- to take that fang and fucking stick it into the diary. To smile as she heard toms scream reverberate through the dark chamber as he disappeared. Scaring Harry almost.
This horcrux belonged to Ginny as much as the locket belonged to Ron. And the war belonged to Hermione.
I want Ginny to show she has a personal stake in the fight that goes beyond the weasley s stake of good and right. I want her to egg harry on. I want my beautiful wild impulsive Ginny- because that’s my canon Ginny- to grab Harry by the hand and say fuck voldemort, we will destroy him and that’s how they lose their virginity instead of breaking up as harry intended.
I want her to follow Harry, Ron and Hermione in book seven and when confronted, to yell angrily that this is her battle too. She gave her heart and soul to a boy and trusted him over everyone. And how can Voldemort be anything but personal to her?
I want that hard blazing look in her eyes- that look when she kissed harry- in her eyes when she next sees Voldemort- only he’s Tom to her now. And god, I want her to call him Tom casually when they are discussing Voldemort. I want you know who to never slip out of her mouth. I want her teaching harry how tom is like- because he fed her his soul too-
I want Harry to wonder sometimes whether she sees him or Tom. Or whether she saw him in Tom. And who really came first. And this awful unfair comparison to Voldemort never bugging him more than when he’s with Ginny. And Ginny of course teasing him telling him she has a type. Because god, its a relief to finally joke about this nightmare.
I want so much.
Aneeka and I worked very very hard on this and it took us 3 and a half hours which is ridiculous but we worked very hard.
Tumblr’s Relationship with Kristen Stewart (inspired by)
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favorite ship- ron/hermione
Ron had had a fit of gallantry and insisted that Hermione sleep on the cushions from the sofa, so that her silhouette was raised above his. Her arm curved to the floor, her fingers inches from Ron’s. Harry wondered whether they had fallen asleep holding hands.
On being asked if she is a feminist (in light of stars such as Shailene Woodley and Kelly Clarkson rejecting the label): “I don’t think they really understood what feminism is. It’s a right. Feminism, to me, is standing up for everything that someone else has already done for you. My mom has overcome so much in her life. She makes me want to stand up for myself. Stand up to the studio heads who try to tell me that I can’t have blonde hair; they want brown hair. Or I need bigger boobs, or I need to work out. Or I’m too skinny, so, like, ‘Eat a cheeseburger.’ I stand up for myself every day of my life. I grew up in a family of four boys. I’m, like, a born feminist. I’ve been a feminist since I was four years old.” - Chloe Grace Moretz