fiercefatfeminist:

If this hits 1k notes I’ll legit scream

fiercefatfeminist:

If this hits 1k notes I’ll legit scream

hp history - [2/3] historical wizards

St Mungo Bonham (1560 - 1659) was a wizard and Healer who founded St Mungo’s Hospital for Magical Maladies and Injuries in the 1600s. The name ‘Mungo’ is possibly derived from Welsh ‘mwyn’ meaning 'gentle, kind'.

zeusyallday:

so airplanes officially banned tweezers. honestly i think anyone that can hijack an airplane with a pair of tweezers deserves the airplane

shantrinas:

geekscoutcookies:

shewasfly:

thomasjay32:

funnyandhilarious:

Why Did Joey Bring The Cat To School?Funny SMS »Funny Pics »

Lmao

That kid in the back lol

Good night

dead lmao

ink-and-roses:

ahumblebard:

doxian:

I want a movie about a little girl, aged like 11-12, going through the stuggles of prepubescent girl life, with her entire inner monologue is narrated by Samuel L. Jackson.

Shot of disgruntled adorable little girl.

SLJ: I knew that Susie was a backstabbin’ motherfucker, and if anyone was going to ruin my chances of being Miss Sugar Drop Queen, it was that asshole. 

I didn’t know I needed this in my life until now.

This is never not funny

viria:

you never know when the desire to draw Luna Lovegood is gonna hit you… but it’s useless to fight it.

viria:

you never know when the desire to draw Luna Lovegood is gonna hit you… but it’s useless to fight it.

Skulduggery Pleasant: Death Bringer
SP Valduggery Shipping Quotes

guarneretoye:

consider these:

  • there’s a long ass train and we’ve been waiting for it to pass for twenty minutes and you’re leaning out of the window of your car yelling at it so i’ll make some polite conversation au
  • i’m somewhere past drunk and decidedly lost and you’re a kindly local on…

softwaring:

South Tyrolean Alps

Lukas Furlan

bert-and-ernie-are-gay:

onemoredestielblog:

mishasminions:

trickztr:

i-was-in-purgatory:

coffeeandcheesecake:

LOOK AT ME NOW DAD

that’s how you rebel

luci, take notes.

LUCI, TAKE NOTES

That is exactly what it looks like, omg. 

headcanon ACCEptED [gavel bang]

—plus that little shake of his head, like “THAT’S HOW *I* ROLL (oh man am I ever gonna nail that little hunter when I get back)” and Dean’s looking down, “what, am I actually having pants feelings OH SHIT I MIGHT BE

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gurl:

15 Awesome Secrets and Tips From Straight A Students For Getting Good Grades

Don’t just read, actively study: I screwed up the first half of college. Used the textbook as a script to memorize rather than a reference. Spent HOURS studying each day. Then, halfway through jr. year I was paired up with a really chill dude in O-chem lab. Turns out he was like 3.9 gpa. I had to ask his secret. Came down to this: Go to every lecture and PAY ATTENTION. A lot of profs will give clues as to what they feel is a point of emphasis. Great profs will actually summarize for you the main points of their lecture. Take notes of these important points. When you go over your notes shortly after class, make sure you understand these important concepts. Go to office hours, TA’s, and consult your textbook for clarification. Get copies of old tests made by that prof. Again, this gives you an idea of what they feel is important. KEY TECHNIQUE: ‘Actively study’ by generating your OWN test questions then come up with answers to them. A study group helps with this as they can tell you if you’ve made an error in your question(s). If done correctly, you’ll actually teach yourself the subject as you find out nuances in question generation that you didn’t catch before.

gurl:

15 Awesome Secrets and Tips From Straight A Students For Getting Good Grades

Don’t just read, actively study: I screwed up the first half of college. Used the textbook as a script to memorize rather than a reference. Spent HOURS studying each day. Then, halfway through jr. year I was paired up with a really chill dude in O-chem lab. Turns out he was like 3.9 gpa. I had to ask his secret. Came down to this: Go to every lecture and PAY ATTENTION. A lot of profs will give clues as to what they feel is a point of emphasis. Great profs will actually summarize for you the main points of their lecture. Take notes of these important points. When you go over your notes shortly after class, make sure you understand these important concepts. Go to office hours, TA’s, and consult your textbook for clarification. Get copies of old tests made by that prof. Again, this gives you an idea of what they feel is important. KEY TECHNIQUE: ‘Actively study’ by generating your OWN test questions then come up with answers to them. A study group helps with this as they can tell you if you’ve made an error in your question(s). If done correctly, you’ll actually teach yourself the subject as you find out nuances in question generation that you didn’t catch before.