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chesterloaf:

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i donate blood in the hopes that my blood will overpower theirs and take control of their body so i will gain another vessel to use as my own

why am I reblogging this?

it appears my blood has been successful

"She’s tough, not in an unpleasant way, but she’s gutsy. I think she’s funny, and I think that she’s very warm and compassionate.” - JK Rowling on Ginny

Harry Potter and the Times He Was Brilliantly Sarcastic

nevillethebamf:

“Yeah, Quirrell was a great teacher. There was just that minor drawback of him having Lord Voldemort sticking out of the back of his head!”

“Well, I had one that I was playing Quidditch the other night,” said Ron, screwing up his face in an effort to remember. “What do you…

avatarjason:

Avatar? You mean with the blue peop-

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Asexual and/or aromantic books?

acestories:

Wondering if anyone has any suggestions for books that don’t have sex or sexual attraction in it, with little to no romance, at least for the main character. Or maybe an asexual or aromantic character?

The second and third book of the Old Kingdom Trilogy feature a main character named Lirael who I personally see in my head as being asexual/aromantic. She’s a badass with magic and all she cares about for a while is her work in a library, adventure, beating down bad guys, discovering herself, and her dog named ‘The Disreputable Dog’.

The first book in the series, Sabriel, does have a relationship, but it is very mellow and comes off at first as being a love of circumstance.

Coming out as asexual is a bit like this:
  • Other person: So, what do you want to be when you grow up?
  • Me: A writer.
  • Them: Hahahaha, that's hilarious.
  • Me: ????
  • Them: It's a good joke, what you just said. *wipes tear of mirth* Aha. Writer. Ha, yeah.
  • Me: But... I do want to be a writer.
  • Them: Don't be silly, you want to be a lawyer.
  • Me: No, I don't.
  • Them: Yes, you do. Everyone wants to be a lawyer.
  • Me: Clearly not, since I don't.
  • Them: But how do you know if you haven't tried being a lawyer?
  • Me: I think most lawyers became lawyers because they were interested in it. I am not interested. I'm not going to sink tons of money and years of my life into doing something I don't want to do.
  • Them: You'll want to when you get older. You just aren't mature enough to understand yet.
  • Me: Uh, yeah, I think I'm old enough to know by now.
  • Them: Well, maybe you just haven't found the right law school yet.
  • Me: No, you don't understand, I'm not interested in law school at all, it's not a matter of finding the right-
  • Them: You never know. A woman's hormones change over her lifetime.
  • Me: ????????????
  • Me: What does that have to do with anything?
  • Them: You never know.
  • Me: Stop saying that! I don't want to be a lawyer, I want to write.
  • Them: That's so unnatural. Law is a basic human need. I feel so sorry for you. Writers have terrible pay, you know. Being a lawyer is so much better. You'll change you're mind. You'll be broke and miserable if you don't, you poor, pitiful being.
  • Me: ............
  • Them: So, do you masturbate?

ciderqueen:

Here’s to the sexualities that “don’t exist”!

“ no romo ”
- an aromantic, probably (via spoopytobio)

sadyuri:

Things people need to stop assuming and teaching

  • Everyone feels romantic love
  • Everyone gets romantic crushes
  • Everyone wants to be in a romantic relationship
  • Everyone wants to get married
  • Romantic love is the strongest kind of love
  • Romantic love is the most important kind of love
  • Romantic love is the “default” love 

Plea se.

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