Hi, there! This is Nahir, 20 years old, from Argentina. I post mostly about Harry Potter and Doctor Who, but you'll also find Marvel stuff, Supernatural and Sherlock.
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I'm ms-voldemort too, I follow with that url

happy birthday, harry!


3332N   ·   28th   Aug   ·  via/source   ·  reblog
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feyminism:

 




 I call it being professional. Do it right. With a smile. Or don’t do it.


10235N   ·   28th   Aug   ·  via/source   ·  reblog
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harry potter + some beautiful scenery


2940N   ·   28th   Aug   ·  via/source   ·  reblog
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Emma Watson — Elle Women in Hollywood (x)


1080N   ·   28th   Aug   ·  via/source   ·  reblog
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tkross:

 (via tinyconfusion)


21337N   ·   28th   Aug   ·  via/source   ·  reblog


harry potter and the prisoner of azkaban + color palette


2243N   ·   28th   Aug   ·  via/source   ·  reblog
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Scarlett (Johansson) said I’m always enthusiastic about everything. Especially when it’s potentially disastrous.


3298N   ·   28th   Aug   ·  via/source   ·  reblog
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hogwarts houses + traits


28103N   ·   27th   Aug   ·  via/source   ·  reblog
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479N   ·   27th   Aug   ·  via/source   ·  reblog
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iknewyouweremuggle:

He called me a Mudblood.

She is a Muggleborn. Do you realise what that means? 

She read it somewhere. Somewhere, in a book, stands an explanation for the term “Mudblood”. How can you explain something like this in a academic way?

Imagine little Hermione, walking into Diagon Alley the very first time, all excited about this new magical world. The first shop she enters is Flourish and Blotts, obviously. And as she walks around, fascinated by all this crazy stuff, all this possibilities, she sees a book. Maybe it explains the magic world to Muggleborns, maybe it’s a “Wizard 101”, maybe a history book of expressions, I don’t know. Of course, Hermione wants to know everything there is to know, so she buys it. It’s new to her, this world. after all.

And when she’s back home, she starts to read. She reads the whole book in one run, until 3 am. And somewhere in this book, the term “Mudblood” is used. She is curious, so she reads even faster. And there it is, a word for ‘her kind’ of witch. She is dirty, she is worthless. She is something people she never met find disgusting. In her world she was different, and in this new world she is a nothing, just another dirty intruder.

So she starts to study. She was always very fond of school, but now she wants to be even better then before. Because she wants to show this people that she is worthy, that she can and will be a good witch. But even though she learns as much as she can, even though she finds friends in this new world, there is still this little voice in her head telling her that there will always be people who will hate her for her blood status, for the fact that her parents aren’t wizards. 

And she isn’t the only one. There are other children who carry the same burden, possibly their whole life.


10376N   ·   27th   Aug   ·  via/source   ·  reblog
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Then why do you keep coming back for us? Because you were the first. The first face this face saw. And you’re seared onto my hearts, Amelia Pond. You always will be.


4143N   ·   27th   Aug   ·  via/source   ·  reblog
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7445N   ·   27th   Aug   ·  via/source   ·  reblog
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3609N   ·   27th   Aug   ·  via   ·  reblog
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It is impossible to live without failing at something unless you live so cautiously that you might as well not have lived at all. In which case, you fail by default.


1961N   ·   27th   Aug   ·  via/source   ·  reblog
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