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Clarisse. 17. Indonesia. I obsess over tv shows and fictional characters for a living.


queensalsaofquesodelle:

I CAN’T GET OVER HIS FACE WHEN HE REALIZES THAT HICCUP IS OKAY AND THAT HE FREAKED OUT OVER NOTHING


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casuallyhuntingthings:

curiouscarson:

heartofdisney:

thedisneyseries:

Why I love Disney/Pixar movies: the details

I THOUGHT THIS WAS REAL AT FIRST

Those freaking blueberries

this is the fifth time ive seen this post, and every single time i think that first one is completely real. 


posted 15 hours ago on 24/7/2014 - 94,194 notes
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erinthesails:

lyriumpomegranates:

angelicdiaspora:

kyrstin:

Ron always just fucking knows

If you remember, Ron was always weirdly good with Divination. Whenever he’d joke about a possible outcome, it would eventually happen in some roundabout way!

#AU where Ron is actually a great prophet but no one fucking knows it #and when they find out#Ron is torn between being pissed as hell and thinking it’s hilarious

There’s actually a whole point about this in these Harry Potter analysis books I used to read obsessively. Two of their cardinal rules of HP foreshadowing are “Hermione is always right, except when she’s emotional” and “Ron is always wrong, except when he’s joking”. This actually plays out pretty frequently in the series if you look for it!

erinthesails:

lyriumpomegranates:

angelicdiaspora:

kyrstin:

Ron always just fucking knows

If you remember, Ron was always weirdly good with Divination. Whenever he’d joke about a possible outcome, it would eventually happen in some roundabout way!

 

There’s actually a whole point about this in these Harry Potter analysis books I used to read obsessively. Two of their cardinal rules of HP foreshadowing are “Hermione is always right, except when she’s emotional” and “Ron is always wrong, except when he’s joking”. This actually plays out pretty frequently in the series if you look for it!


posted 15 hours ago on 24/7/2014 - 145,287 notes
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frecklesrex:

4/? Favourite Supernatural Tumblr Posts


posted 15 hours ago on 24/7/2014 - 140,359 notes
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30 Days of the Ponds:

Day 7 ◆ Favorite Rory moment moments


posted 1 day ago on 23/7/2014 - 8,208 notes
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Councilman Sokka & Lord Zuko + ‘Combustion Man’


posted 1 day ago on 23/7/2014 - 5,133 notes
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Marauders Appreciation Week [3/7] - One Marauders AU

Harry and Ginny, sensing a disturbance in the force, rethink the naming of their second child.


posted 1 day ago on 23/7/2014 - 14,123 notes
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thedisneyfeels:

Disney men.  How they grow up so fast :’)


posted 1 day ago on 23/7/2014 - 15,821 notes
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posted 2 days ago on 22/7/2014 - 10,913 notes
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Sam + not being himself

Bonus: 

image


posted 2 days ago on 22/7/2014 - 26,864 notes
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poppypicklesticks:

pinkie-whitelloon:

poppypicklesticks:

fuckyeahwomenprotesting2:

freedominwickedness:

In medieval culture, an event like a royal christening is not a private party; it’s the public social event of the year. To not invite any person of rank to such an event is a deadly insult.

Maleficent is certainly someone you wouldn’t want at a party, but she’s also someone powerful enough that only a fool would ever dare treat her with such blatant disrespect. The only way the King and Queen could possibly have gotten away with not inviting Maleficent was to not invite any of the fairies at all; inviting the other fairies and excluding her is explicitly taking sides in the conflict between the fairy factions.

Which means they made themselves her sworn enemies, and she responded by treating them as such from then on. If you actually get into analyzing the social dynamics of the scene, it’s very clear that Maleficent was willing to show mercy at first by giving the King and Queen a chance to apologize for their disrespect to her. She doesn’t curse Aurora until after she gives them that chance and they throw it back in her face with further disrespect.

And yeah, if the King and Queen had done the properly respectful thing and invited her, Maleficent would have given Aurora a scary awesome present. Moreover so would the other fairies, because at that point both sides would be using it as an opportunity to show off and one-up each other. What they gave her before Maleficent showed up was basically just trivial party favors by fairy standards.

How do you know so much about the social dynamics of medieval fairies

Not only this but the Three Good Fairies represent the Victorian revision of fairies as docile, friendly, gentle beings that grant wishes to humans.  Maleficent resembles the traditional kind of fairy from folklore and mythology: primal, unpredictable, dangerous, vicious and working on very different set of codes and ethics to normal human beings.   Fairies were used to explain strange disapperances the way aliens are used to today: a person who was found dead with no marks on them was said to be “elf shot”. Fairies were said to kidnap human infants for their own mysterious purposes: one popular idea was that the fairies would steal human babies for slaves, and they would leave their own wicked spawn in the cradle.  

Fairies were known to grant favours to the few humans they favoured, but these were not gifts: often they were contracts, and they often they came with fine print that would seem in comphrehensable to humans: you will have great luck and joy forever but if you fail the terms of the contract even if its something like forgetting leave a single eggshell out on a night will a full moon, you can expect a terrible retribution that could curse your descendants as well, even if you followed the terms of the favour faithfully for decades.  What a fairy gave, a fairy would take away if you displeased one, often with interest.   Really, for the King and Queen, it’s a damned if you do damned if you don’t scenario: invite Maleficent and risk having their infant have a contract inflicted on her by a wicked, dangerous, unpredictable and highly capricious being, or risk her retribution.   

But Maleficent’s actions in the film are perfectly in line with most fairies not just from European folklore but other beings as well: the yokai from Japan for example: such as the tale of a yuki-onna who freezes an old man to death but decides to spare his handsome young companion: on the condition he never mention her to anyone, ever.   Shortly after he meets a beautiful young girl, marries her, and has children with her.  Decades later, he remarks to his suprisingly youthful looking wife, that she reminds him of the ice lady he met all those years ago.   She flies into a rage and reveals herself as the Yuki onna, and says she will only spare him for the sake of their children, but neither he nor they will ever see her again.   And with a puff of snowflakes and cold air, she leaves forever.   As has been said, vicious retribution for a slight simply because you are a relative of the slightee is traditional fairy behaviour.   It’s not too different from traditional eastern concepts of karma: in Japan for instance, if someone was suspected or found guilty of high treason, it would not be unthinkable to render the entire family extinct as well as their retainers and staff: wives, children, concubines, aunts, uncles, parents, grandparents, cousins, servants, slaves could be massacred and have their heads be stuck on spikes in the smouldering ruins of the traitor’s home.  

Japan what the fuck

Its not just Japan.  Executing the immediate family of a criminal or a traitor was not that uncommon throughot the world 


posted 2 days ago on 22/7/2014 - 451,318 notes
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A woman without a man is like a fish without a bicycle.


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