levels of love


1. ily
2. luv u
3. love you
4. i love you


“Plagam Extremam Infligere” _by FeatherNotes


"I’ve been threatened by the mafia before." - Meg Turney, host at roosterteeth, lady, nerd, cosplayer, gamer rebel princess, and model gundamn enthusiast.



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The Problem of Slytherin is something I write off these days because I can no longer rly take the way fandom handles it tbh, but I have to thank propertyofregulus for kicking off some interesting discussion with her post here. It’s interesting for me to see people loop in the effect of Pottermore? Because Slytherin redemption/Slytherins as the oppressed/Slytherins as good guys stories were around looooong before Pottermore, and imo were actually more vitriolic, but in terms of meta and how fans conceptualize themselves in the Potterverse, maybe the opposite is true? I really don’t know.

I don’t have a lot of canon-based stuff to add to the discussion that hasn’t been said or that propertyofregulus doesn’t say. There’s a huge imbalance in the books wrt Slytherin. It made a lot of fans angry. Unfortunately, the house really does seem to be overwhelmingly populated by bigots, or at least people who are Not Very Nice, and wishing otherwise won’t make it so. 

The racist question discussed above is also interesting; I won’t argue with anyone who thinks it devalues RL experiences to call this fantastic racism, but I do sort of disagree since I think most readers can tell the difference, and that the point is to link it to RL racism. Is it different because it is fictional? Yes. But racists are not a group I particularly want to protect from being lampooned in fiction, so eh. I’ve seen good arguments on the other side, though.

Weirdly, I have a couple fanwanks that relate only very tangentially to canon and that therefore I am putting under a cut. Since I’m not saying they’re canon, but I am saying that this is how I personally* make sense of canon:

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who wants to be my friend

i’ll talk to you a lot and love you unconditionally


Six selfies game feat. my brown hair

“Drogon,” she sang out loudly, sweetly, all her fear forgotten. “Dracarys.” The black dragon spread his wings and roared. A lance of swirling dark flame took Kraznys full in the face. His eyes melted and ran down his cheeks, and the oil in his hair and beard burst so fiercely into fire that for an instant the slaver wore a burning crown twice as tall as his head. The sudden stench of charred meat overwhelmed even his perfume, and his wail seemed to drown all other sound.

(Source: mattyberninger)

our favorite ais in long time no see

(Source: grifsdexter)


Got a bad feeling about Omega