”There is a whole section that they didn’t include in the YouTube video where Bonnie did this kind of voice over at the beginning telling the story of Harry Potter and Voldemort would like walk out on stage in his cloak and they told the story about how Harry died and with his parents and when he said Avada Kedavra, they shined this huge green light in the audience’s faces and they have the music playing in the background and it was so cool.”
-Joey Richter’s interview with Wizarding Life
This is brilliant. I got goosebumps with every Avada Kedavra.
“I have heard women complain about men holding doors for them, as if it is inherently offensive and implies that they are weak. … I would hold a door for anyone. … It has to do with noticing our fellow human beings and saying, ‘I recognise that you’re on this planet, and I don’t want a door hitting you in the face.’”—Tim Gunn, Gunn’s Golden Rules: Life’s Little Lessons for Making It Work (via chudleycannon)
“Think about it. When they first met at Madame Malkin’s, Draco tried to impress Harry. He didn’t know who Harry was and, no offence, but Harry was more than shaggy dressed. That means he was undoubtedly not Draco’s class. But Draco didn’t care. When they met again on the train, Draco offered his friendship. Harry refused. And that’s when the teasing began. Look at it this way: if Harry would be a girl, Draco would pull on his pigtails, would poke him in the ribs and would lift his skirt. But Harry is a boy, so Draco copes with his feelings in a different way. He follows Harry around to blackmail him somehow, he always starts a fight and he is mean to Harry’s friends to rise a reaction out of him. If that isn’t love or at least liking, I don’t know what else is.”— Tom Felton
(OMFG ASDFGHJKL TOM SUPPORTS DRARRY) There IS logic in this pairing, you know! (via padwallahh)
Three guys, an Englishman, a Frenchman and an American are out walking along the beach together one day. They come across a lantern and a genie pops out of it. “I will give you each one wish, ” says the genie. The American says, “I am a farmer, my dad was a farmer, and my son will also farm. I…
"You see America, the telly...it says we're drifting apart. Not much, only a little, but over a period of time the distance will be great. It made me feel...w-well not TOO sad, mind you, but...I don't like it."