THIS COMPLAINT USUALLY OCCURS DURING THE ORDER OF THE PHOENIX WHERE HE’S A) EXPERIENCING PTSD, B) LIVING THROUGH THE TRAUMA OF WATCHING SOMEONE DIE, C) GETTING BULLIED / MOCKED BY THE ENTIRE WIZARDING WORLD, D) GETTING POSSESSED BY THE MOST EVIL WIZARD OF ALL TIME, E) LACK OF SLEEP, F) PUBERTY (WHICH IS BAD ENOUGH) G) BELIEVING FOR A WHILE HE KILLED HIS BEST FRIEND’S DAD, H) THINKING HIS MENTOR ABANDONED HIM, I) GENERALLY HAVING A SHIT TIME
ok, i will talk in non-caps for the rest of the time because if not people won’t read it, but honestly: harry james potter ≠ whiny
and i really do want you to read it, because, from the bottom of my heart
harry james potter ≠ whiny
“The deluminator. It doesn’t just turn off lights. I don’t know how it works but Christmas morning, I was sleeping in this little pub, keeping away from some Snatchers, and I heard it. A voice. Your voice, Hermione. You said my name. Just my name. Like a whisper. So I took it, clicked it and this tiny ball of light appeared. And I knew. It flew towards me, the ball of light, right through my chest and straight through me. Right here: [he touches his heart] and I knew it was going to take me where I needed to go.”
5. any two ships (2/2) - Ron & Hermione
I guess I felt inspired enough to paint some Lily Evans while experimenting with colouring.
and strangely I love the result. I really love the result of something I did omg *_*
If you’re not in Gryffindor we’ll disinherit you, but no pressure.
When I was much younger, I was often asked in what ways I thought I was similar to Ron. My stock answer usually included something similar to: ‘I like sweets, I’m scared of spiders, I’ve got ginger hair, I come from a big family’ but, the truth is that Ron is my hero. He’s always there for his friends—sometimes belligerently, but there nevertheless. And no matter how scared he may be, he will put aside his fears to support and protect the people he loves. To me, that represents true courage.
- Rupert Grint
Harry Potter/Inception crossover [inspired by x]
Lily and James Potter.
July 7, 2011
Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2 premiered in London at Trafalgar Square. The weather was implacable, the fans were giddy with anticipation after camping out for days, and the cast made sure the experience was well worth the wait. From one arrival (“The Neville Twins) to the next (“Luna Lovejoy”), they each walked the red carpet and greeted the screaming, crying crowd with autographs and pictures, hugs, and thank yous. And the crowd proved to be just as entertaining, at one point even serenading Alan Rickman with a rousing rendition of “The Mysterious Ticking Noise”.
Then came the speeches. Emma Watson moved us to tears, Rupert Grint made us laugh, Daniel Radcliffe made us remember, and JK Rowling gave one of her most quotable speeches to date. We still carry her now infamous words with us, they’re written on our hearts: “Whether you come back by page or the big screen, Hogwarts will always be there to welcome you home”. And it’s true. I’ve never felt alone because Harry and his adventures are always with me, and they always will be. Because Hogwarts has never once failed to welcome me home.
Happy One Year Anniversary, Harry Potter fandom, of one of the best days we were able to experience together.
so young to be fighting so many