Famous people who have acknowledged my existence:


Remember that time when Fred and George repeatedly hit Voldemort in the face with snowballs?

chudleycannon:

“Christmas was coming. One morning in mid-December, Hogwarts woke to find itself covered in several feet of snow. The lake froze solid and the Weasley twins were punished for bewitching several snowballs so that they followed Quirrell around, bouncing off the back of his turban.” - SS/PS, CH. 12

someecards says that the look on this pug’s face is the tragic look of forced irony.

someecards says that the look on this pug’s face is the tragic look of forced irony.

The love of my life. Always.

The love of my life. Always.

Buuut I can’t. ‘Cause I’m just a little puppy.

P.S. Rich Grandma and Charlie’s fancy family portrait. Bahahaha.

P.S. Rich Grandma and Charlie’s fancy family portrait. Bahahaha.

Bowie

I hate the Central Square post office. It probably sucks because it’s located in Central Square, Cambridge and therefore run by absolute loons.

All I want is my David Bowie t-shirt on sale from Urban Outfitters for, like, five bucks and I ordered it THREE WEEKS AGO. The post office records say it was delivered. My mail carrier said he did NOT deliver it. The post office sucks.

So that was my day. Also, Kali brought me a free iced venti black tea. YUM. All is not lost.

thedailywhat:

Knowledge Drop of the Day: The South Korean military dropped thousands of leaflets attached to helium balloons on their northern siblings, spreading news of the revolutions taking place in the Middle East in hopes that North Korean citizens will be encouraged to rise up against their Dear Leader.
“[A] dictatorial regime is destined to collapse,” the leaflets proclaim.
[gawker / photo: ap.]

thedailywhat:

Knowledge Drop of the Day: The South Korean military dropped thousands of leaflets attached to helium balloons on their northern siblings, spreading news of the revolutions taking place in the Middle East in hopes that North Korean citizens will be encouraged to rise up against their Dear Leader.

“[A] dictatorial regime is destined to collapse,” the leaflets proclaim.

[gawker / photo: ap.]