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Chris Pratt is literally a huge dorkball that just so happened to get paid to get fit and I literally would adore him in any shape he takes.

He makes me laugh. What a rad guy!

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yoncehaunted:

*SHOUTING TO THE HEAVENS*

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so i was in the bus with this granny by my side when we spotted two girls kissing by the bus stop. the granny turned to me and said “these girls are so pretty. at their age i was pretty ugly. well, maybe that’s why i had to marry a man” i almost died omg

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imbeautifulineverysingleway:

So sweet ! I love kitten and cats ! (I’ve got two ^^)

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pottershtuff:

Mcgonagall is mcgonagone

pottershtuff:

Mcgonagall is mcgonagone

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jonsnowhite:

The Marauder’s Map is lasting testimony to the advanced magical ability of the four friends who included Harry Potter’s father, godfather and favourite teacher. The map they created during their time at Hogwarts appears to be a blank piece of parchment unless activated by the phrase: I solemnly swear that I am up to no good, a phrase that, in the case of three of the four makers, should be understood as a joke. The ‘no good’ of which they wrote never denoted Dark magic, but school rule-breaking; similar bravado is evinced by their use of their own nicknames on the map (‘Messrs Moony, Wormtail, Padfoot and Prongs’).

The magic used in the map’s creation is advanced and impressive; it includes the Homonculous Charm, enabling the possessor of the map to track the movements of every person in the castle, and it was also enchanted to forever repel (as insultingly as possible) the curiosity of their nemesis, Severus Snape.

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whatwhiteswillneverknow:

Two different ways to look at the same problems. 

Not saying anything for/against it. Just wondering what’s what.

I think what it is
Water parks are meant to be “fun,” not meant as a charity. The Ice Bucket thing is meant to be a charity fund raiser. So what it is saying is essentially “waste gallons of clean water to show support for those who suffer a disease even though it really is just to be trendy and cool.” It is about charity, but it also seems to be contradictory because of the wastefulness.

TBH I dislike the challenge. I like the cause- think ALS research is definitely a good thing- but the “ice bucket challenge” makes something that SHOULD be a personal decision into a social obligation.

^that is very true, however I have found it inspiring that the  people who suffer from ALS and their families have shown loads of support for the challenge itself, they see it in a positive light-yeah, it is making it an “obligation” -that honestly idk how many people follow through on- but the hope is that people are actually educating themselves on the disease. I also read somewhere that it’s supposed to be ice water so that the person can somewhat experience what it’s like to not have feeling/full mobility in the body much like a person who has ALS would be feeling. 

I have had mixed feelings on the challenge throughout the duration of it blowing up my social media accounts (ha-ha) I didn’t like it, then I was eh about it, I liked it and now I’m eh about it. I just hope that this money being raised actually helps in one way or another, that maybe they do find a cure or a way to prevent it since I think it is genetic. Not sure, there are a lot of advances still to be made with diseases like ALS, MS, MD, etc. hopefully this is providing even a small step toward that.