# girl interrupted # movie # idiot's profession
And of course I’ve got kids of my own now, and they love me being in the Harry Potter films. I’m now part of a phenomenon. You become incredibly cool to your kids, and you get a young fan base. So you became the cool dad at school. You’re suddenly hip.
# not really rita skeeter # shut your mouth # harmonize # goblet of fire # hp
What a great time to be gay at Hogwarts.
# for the caption # hp # glbt # saint mungo's
This is something I’ve been working on for a while: a graphic set for a hypothetical illustrated version of ‘The Hunger Games.’ I wanted to give it kind of a Hans Christian Andersen ‘fairytale’ feel so I stuck to vintage-y pastels.
I used tons of different textures from all over the place so if one is calling out to you, ask and I can try to track it down.
Parts two and three coming soon.
I love you so much, I made a photoset about it → Chris Colfer
“I run like a duck with an enema.”
# i like when he lets go # he looks so happy # chris colfer # gifted faker
"… Lily sat at the very edge of the sofa, probably attempting to put as much space between herself and the Head Boy as possible. He sat at the the opposite corner, but all the same, it wasn’t a very large couch. "
- chapter 34, The Life and Times
# lily evans # james potter # hp fan art # hp
Harry Potter Etymology | Parvati Patil
PARVATI: Parvati is a Hindu goddess married to the Hindu god, Shiva the Destroyer. She gave birth to a baby boy named Ganesh, whom Shiva beheaded, but replaced the old head with an elephant head after Parvati reamed him out. Sister of the Goddess of the Ganges, Padma. There was a character named “Parvati the Witch” in Salman Rushdie’s novel Midnight’s Children, in which the names “Padma” and “Patil” were also significant. Parvati means “daughter of the mountain.”
PATIL: Is its own surname and is quite common in the state of Maharashtra in India. It is pronounced “PAH-till”.
“Darren kept making Chris laugh that all-out laugh where his eyes get really small and his nose gets really crinkly” (x)