That’s a dope sweater Neville, where’d you cop that?
Man, if I was Neville I’d be so pissed that my sweet ass sweater got all ripped up and bloody in a Wizard fight. Truth be told I probably wouldn’t be wearing it. I’d be like “Say wha? Voldemort’s here? It’s about to go down? Damn…okay, okay one sec.” then I’d take it off, fold it up real nice, put it away, put on one of my less cool sweaters, like that big yellow Old Navy thing my grandma got me that one Christmas that I never wear outside the house because I look like goddam Big Bird, what the hell grandma? What the hell Old Navy? Why’d you even make this? Anyway, I’d wear that, and when it got wizard blood all over it and was ripped up and stuff I’d secretly be like “Yessss!” because I’d finally have a good excuse to throw it away. Yeah. Neville Longbottom, shouldn’t have worn that cool sweater dude, but you were still the coolest person in the movie. I think J.K. Rowling messed up when she made the movie about Harry and not about Neville.
So… that’s my Harry Potter Deathly Hallows Part 2 review.
I’m glad people like my Thor 2 review, haha, here’s this Harry Potter review I wrote a while back that’s in the same vein. Maybe I’ll write movie reviews more often.
One of the students allegedly asked professor Shannon Gibney, “Why do we have to talk about this?”
Attention white people: your feeling uncomfortable about history isn’t discrimination.
I remember I had a class on Native American art and fiction in college, and this white guy complained about having to hear about how terrible white people were all the time, and some other white students got behind him, and it turned into this little debate in class between a handful of angry white students vs the rest of us, and it may have gotten heated, and our teacher (a white woman) introduced us to the idea of white privilege, which made some white students even madder. The first guy who complained dropped the class and we never saw him again. Oh nooo! Byeee! Miss youuu!
Arizona banned ethnic studies because it “promotes resentment”. The white people of Arizona literally passed a law telling students they could no longer learn about certain parts of history because it might make you mad at white people. They banned books about Mexican history too! How does that even happen in America?? What was all that “freedom” and “liberty” talk about, if people can legally rob you of learning about your history? I think people need to stop calling it “white guilt”, because people like this (let’s call them racists for lack of a better term) are obviously not sorry, it’s more like “white resentment”, the mere mention of racism irritates them. They don’t want to hear about it, and they’ll stop you from hearing about it too if it’s within their power.
I’m just saying, this article, it is not even a little bit surprising.
What super power would make someone the best at sex?
Oh shit, hm, lemme give that some thought…
I’m going to go with telepathy, I think more than any physical ability the power to anticipate what someone wants, and feel what they feel would probably be pretty intense. Plus like, if you’re a Charles Xavier level telepath you could probably directly stimulate the pleasure centers of the brain with your fucking mind. Or he could tap into your deepest desires and construct your wildest fantasies in the astral plane. Damn Professor X, you freaky deaky bastard.
That’s Charlie mindf%$@ing Moira McTaggert. “I’m DEEP inside that mind gurl!”
what would you do if you were chosen as a tribute for The Hunger Games? What would be your talent/strategy/weapon of choice? (I'm sorry if you've never read the book or seen the movie just ignore this!!!!!!!!!!)
Ah, hm. I suppose I would use my extreme charisma to make everybody love me, so nobody could bring themselves to kill me because I’m such a cool guy. If that doesn’t work I suppose I’d just train really hard and become the ultimate badass and kill everyone with my bare hands.
Wait a minute… dates? Plural? That’s a possibility? I just assumed a date was a one time thing where you meet a woman and somehow ruin your chances with them through the course of it. Are you telling me there are people out there going on 2 if not more dates, and then eventually having SEX with the person they went on the dates with? No. Nuh uh. Nononono.
“People have become so rigid; their opinions seem to them like themselves. When that happens (and it has happened) people can’t change their minds. If you are identified by your opinions — if that is the very basis of yourself — how can you change your mind?”—Fran Lebowitz (via trivition)