kuriboss:

Does anyone get upset when you’re dreaming and it ends on a cliffhanger? I’m dead serious I can’t tell you how many times I’m having a good or weird dream then wake up like OMG WHAT DID HE FIND OUT IS HE OK WHAT SHOULD I- fuck what was I dreaming about again

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enemy-stand:

ahlazers:

you know how much pressure there is on girls to be good at every video game they play, because if they fuck up once there’s going to be a heck of a lot of people saying how girls suck and how they shouldn’t play video games 

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Anonymous asked:

Can't you imagine it? If James and Lily were alive when Harry and Ron crashed the Ford Anglia into the Whomping Willow and the next day Harry gets a Howler and the whole Gryffindor table would be like 'Oh he's going to get chewed out' and then the Howler explodes and it's full of effusive praise. 'HARRY POTTER, THAT WAS TRULY INSPIRED. CRASHING A CAR INTO A TREE. NOT EVEN PADFOOT WOULD HAVE THOUGHT OF THAT. YOU'RE LIVING UP TO THE MARAUDER BLOOD THAT RUNS THROUGH YOUR VEINS.'

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tpzelink:

believeinprongs:

AND HARRY SITS THERE TRYING NOT TO SMILE AS HE HEARS LILY IN THE DISTANCE GOING “NO JAMES NO, YOU’RE NOT SUPPOSED TO BE ENCOURAGING HIM HE IS IN SO MUCH TROUBLE.”

"LiLY DON’T GET IN THE WAY OF TRUE INHERITANCE."

AND RON’S LIKE “HARRY I HATE YOU SO MUCH”

#in the end though harry gets a second howler from his mom#and it properly chews him out#you can hear james trying to get a word n in the background#and every single time there’s a pause as lily turns to glare him into silence#ah yes

yes good harry potter

1980somethingspaceship:

girlyhina:

I love how this face

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is vague enough to be used for practically any reaction it’s just the best

dropped some food on the floor

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forgot to study for a test

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asked to answer a question in class but you dont know the answer

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someone calls you cute

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someone asks you out

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critical plot twist in a movie you didnt see coming

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theres so much astronaut stuff you cant fully function

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all your reaction needs

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blogquantumreality:

korrabehappyplease:

theamazingflyinglion:

OMG I just heard a crazy theory that if true it could totally change the entire game/balance of power in Legend of Korra and the Avatar universe.
I was listening in on Emergency Awesome’s recent Q&A about The Coronation. One person asked about the spirit vine Varrick has, specifically stating whether Varrick would create Avatars very first Atomic Bomb.
Now real world technology has appeared in the Avatar verse just with its own unique spin. In Atla we had tanks, ships, and aircraft. By Korra we got mechs a la Jules Verne, automobiles, and of course the Airplanes which in Book 1 changed the game. Who’s to say nuclear arms won’t come to pass in Avatar. I’m thinking if nuclear weapons were built a genius like Varrick or Hiroshi Sato would be behind it. And plus if there’s anything that can power a devastating weapon why not something mystical like spirit energy.

The Avatar Universe would then be a head of its times in comparison to the real world then if this is still the 20s. But maybe now we’re in the 30s?
I mean we have the rise of a dictatorship and what seems a bit like fascism.

If spirit energy is fundamentally different from conventional sources, and could rival nuclear-scale releases, we’re talking going from kilojoules per mole in the burning of coal, or perhaps megajoules per mole in the case of lightning-bending*, to gigajoules per mole in the case of nuclear fission.
That’s probably reasonable, given that the concentrated release of spirit-type energy has, in-verse, been accompanied by some extremely dramatic effects, the most notable being the sudden growth of plants and vines throughout Republic City, which implies either nonconservation of mass-energy (they came seemingly from nowhere, so either conservation laws don’t hold or they do, if spirit energy is included), or the conversion of energy to matter, which is not, I assure you, anything to sneeze at.
If you could harness that kind of energy and concentrate it in one spot, you could have the equivalent of the various bombs now in existence on Earth.
At the extreme, there might even be the equivalent of the Tsar-Bomba, a bomb so powerful it allegedly shattered windows hundreds of kilometers away.
Varrick and Kuvira had better know what they’re playing with. :O
—-* These are order of magnitude estimates only, and not meant to be very exact.

blogquantumreality:

korrabehappyplease:

theamazingflyinglion:

OMG I just heard a crazy theory that if true it could totally change the entire game/balance of power in Legend of Korra and the Avatar universe.

I was listening in on Emergency Awesome’s recent Q&A about The Coronation. One person asked about the spirit vine Varrick has, specifically stating whether Varrick would create Avatars very first Atomic Bomb.

Now real world technology has appeared in the Avatar verse just with its own unique spin. In Atla we had tanks, ships, and aircraft. By Korra we got mechs a la Jules Verne, automobiles, and of course the Airplanes which in Book 1 changed the game. Who’s to say nuclear arms won’t come to pass in Avatar. I’m thinking if nuclear weapons were built a genius like Varrick or Hiroshi Sato would be behind it. And plus if there’s anything that can power a devastating weapon why not something mystical like spirit energy.

The Avatar Universe would then be a head of its times in comparison to the real world then if this is still the 20s. But maybe now we’re in the 30s?

I mean we have the rise of a dictatorship and what seems a bit like fascism.

If spirit energy is fundamentally different from conventional sources, and could rival nuclear-scale releases, we’re talking going from kilojoules per mole in the burning of coal, or perhaps megajoules per mole in the case of lightning-bending*, to gigajoules per mole in the case of nuclear fission.

That’s probably reasonable, given that the concentrated release of spirit-type energy has, in-verse, been accompanied by some extremely dramatic effects, the most notable being the sudden growth of plants and vines throughout Republic City, which implies either nonconservation of mass-energy (they came seemingly from nowhere, so either conservation laws don’t hold or they do, if spirit energy is included), or the conversion of energy to matter, which is not, I assure you, anything to sneeze at.

If you could harness that kind of energy and concentrate it in one spot, you could have the equivalent of the various bombs now in existence on Earth.

At the extreme, there might even be the equivalent of the Tsar-Bomba, a bomb so powerful it allegedly shattered windows hundreds of kilometers away.

Varrick and Kuvira had better know what they’re playing with. :O

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* These are order of magnitude estimates only, and not meant to be very exact.

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