slothilda:

That feeling of paralysis by analysis.

slothilda:

That feeling of paralysis by analysis.

polapaz321:

Just happy<3

polapaz321:

Just happy<3

niladhevan:

Fanart - P’Li

I have a lot of feelings for her hair &#8230;

niladhevan:

Fanart - P’Li

I have a lot of feelings for her hair …

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Godfrey Gao for MILK Magazine

Godfrey Gao for MILK Magazine

audreybenjaminsen:

Here is a fancy witch to celebrate having a new tablet ( and Harry Potter/ Jo Rowling’s birthday too ) Who could go wrong with that bird hat, right?  I’m forever on a quest to push my paint application to a stronger place … One step forward 

audreybenjaminsen:

Here is a fancy witch to celebrate having a new tablet ( and Harry Potter/ Jo Rowling’s birthday too ) Who could go wrong with that bird hat, right?  I’m forever on a quest to push my paint application to a stronger place … One step forward 

thesweetpianowritingdownmylife:

simplypotterheads:

My favourite part in Order of the Phoenix is when Harry and Sirius are playing hide and seek in the Ministry and Sirius is being silly behind the veil then he jumps out at Harry like “Haha found you!” and then they laugh and high five and go out for ice cream at Fortescue’s.

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chaucerettescs:

And Now… The Weather | Part 2 of ?: Episodes 9 - 32 | [Listen] | [DDL]

A mix of tunes for each episode of Welcome to Night Vale

"We understand the lights. We understand the lights above the Arby’s. We understand so much."

Part 1

"The thing about losing a friend that makes it specifically hard is that we haven’t really made a place in our culture for that kind of heartbreak. There’s a million songs about romantic breakups but much less about the end of a friendship. There’s a big narrative space for the arc of romances and romantic experience and everyone understands coming over to their friend’s house to mourn the loss of a boyfriend or girlfriend with ice cream and bad movies. Everyone expects you to listen to sad songs and cry in your car. But people don’t really have programmed responses to understanding what losing a friend means. Friendship simply isn’t prioritized the way romantic love is, and that’s a shame."