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when “”“”educated”“”” people type a whole lot of words that mean basically nothing and u feel stupid for not understanding them at first and then u reread it and realise NO they are literally saying nothing they are just typing meaningless sentences to revel in their own smugness.

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… I thought this post was about essays in college?????

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have come to the realization that the most important part of watching star trek is shouting “JUST MAKE OUT!!!!” at the screen, at all times, regardless of what is happening

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i need more tony stark facing his anxiety

more clint barton with his hearing aid

more bruce banner growing and dealing

more natasha romanoff accepting her new family

more sam wilson dealing with his own past

more bucky barnes becoming bucky again

Basically we want Avengers: The Therapy Sessions

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Anonymous asked: OK but hear me out. Imagine the series progressing exactly the same way except for Lily and James surviving somehow and raising Harry. So in AU HBP, Harry tells Snape "there's no need to call me sir, professor" and Snape makes McGonagall send an irate letter home. The next day Lily sends a Howler and she is screaming "THAT'S MY BOY. I KNOW I RAISED YOU RIGHT. YOU TELL SNIV-SNIV, HARRY. HERE'S A BOX OF TREACLE TART. DAD AND I ARE PROUD OF YOU. UNCLE PADFOOT IS SOBBING. I SWEAR, THAT MAN." and



So let me tell you how this goes down in my head. Lily and James get the letter (which is less irate than Snape had hoped for) and find the whole situation hilarious—I mean, they’ll probably tell Harry not to be as sassy to professors in the future (probably)—but still, on the whole, hilarious.

Needless to say, it’s the proudest moment of Sirius’ life to date.

But they play it cool, as they are not above making Harry sweat for a bit. They say nothing about the incident. No howler, no mention in the weekly letter from home, nothing. Harry starts to wonder if he’s really in trouble. Maybe they’re just waiting until he get home for the Christmas hols to really lay into him. Crap.

Then it’s time for Quidditch, and Lily, James, and Sirius show up to watch and cheer and basically act like crazy Quidditch-parents. Snape is observing them with his typical sneer until James and Sirius ditch their jackets to reveal matching “There’s no need to call me sir, professor,” t-shirts. They’re rad and color changing and glowing and basically impossible to miss. (That Lily sure is swell at charms.)

And they brought one for Harry.

And McGonagall is already wearing one under her robes.