"It’s just a morality tale, it’s obvious which gift is best, which one you’d choose—"
The three of them spoke at the same time: Hermione said, “the cloak,” Ron said, “the wand,” and Harry said, “the stone.”
They looked at each other, half surprised, half amused.
"It’s just a morality tale"
And it’s amazing what each choice tells you about each person
Harry, who’s lost loved ones, whose life has been miserable without they who died, who fears losing the loved ones he still has, would want the stone.
Hermione, who has ambitions, dreams, and so many opportunities and possibilities open to her, who would use a time turner just to take classes, would prolong life and live it to the fullest, would want the cloak to keep death away until she was finished.
Ron, whose family has been looked down on, who has loved ones he wants to protect and enemies he wants to vanquish, who is strong and values strength, would choose the wand.
The whole myth about Loki giving birth to a horse was started by a very drunk Thor, and the story somehow made its way to midguard. Loki still hasn’t forgiven him for that.
i don’t remember this scene in harry potter
Black Widow typically gets requests from film companies and studios to act as a consultant; She actively agreed to work on the James Bond movie Goldeneye out of bemusement when she learned that the Xenia Onatopp character was based on rumours surrounding her. When it came to reviewing the footage, her remarks on the film’s sauna/steam bath fight were “That’s not how I remember THAT happening.” All involved were curious, scared, and a little bit aroused.
Peter Capaldi pointing in the direction he intends to throw Moffat’s scrotum
Scrap booking Sparkles!
I ate a bottle of glitter and now my poop sparkles.
Finding out you can watch an entire season at once:
Finding out the next season won’t come out til 2015:
This is so accurate that it hurts me.
Are you ever super obsessed with something for a while and then it fades out into you casually liking the thing and then something triggers it and suddenly it’s back to full blown obsession
Clint Barton disguised as Jeremy Renner in Comic-Con: A Summary