|Professor McGonagall:||Is it true that you shouted at Professor Umbridge?|
|Professor McGonagall:||You called her a liar?|
|Professor McGonagall:||You told her He Who Must Not Be Named is back?|
|Professor McGonagall:||Have a biscuit, Potter.|
How to Have Sex:
- spin around
- S TOP
- double take tHREE TIMES
- PELVICC TTTHHRRUSUUSTT
- WOOOOOO WOOOOO
- stop on ur right foot DON TF OREGT IT
- BRING IT ARROUUNNNDD TOWN BRING IT AROUNNNDDDD TOOOWWWWNNNNNN
Ron’s anxieties and senses of inadequacy… are the inspiration for some of Rowling’s best writing across the series. Not all of these fears stem from being the rather more ordinary best friend to someone who is Chosen. Ron is ashamed of his family’s financial limitations, which leave him with broken wands, hand-me-down pets, and ragged dress robes, all of which stand up poorly to Harry’s magical tools, his beloved Hedwig, and his sleek party outfit. The moment in Harry Potter And The Goblet Of Fire when Ron discovers that the gold he used to pay Harry back for the Omniculars Harry purchased for him as a treat at the Quidditch World Cup vanished, and that Harry didn’t notice because he has so much money, is one of the sharpest depictions of the awkwardness of financial inequality in a friendship that I can remember. Their gap in Quidditch skills is another area of friction. And the scene in Deathly Hallows in which Ron, having made tremendous efforts to return to the friends he abandoned, confronts his terror that Harry is more desirable than Ron in every area, whether as a son to Mrs. Weasley or a potential lover to Hermione, is a beautiful illustration of how difficult it is to love someone who constantly eclipses you.
Women in their multitudes is something that needs to be seen more than men in their multitudes.
i hope they change the actor for daario naharis every season for absolutely no reason and with no explanation given