storysurfer:

Hey everybody, I’m working on a small project concerning the four Hogwarts houses, and I’d appreciate your help,if you’re willing. Here’s how:
Please reblog this only if you are a Ravenclaw
only reblog once, or you’ll throw off the numbers
also, please do not heart, it’ll throw off the numbers too
any violations I find will be noted!
if you are a Gryffindor, please reblog this.
if you are a Hufflepuff, please reblog this.
if you are a Slytherin, please reblog this.
Thank you all for your help!
PS: If you’re not sure which house you’re in, pick one! But first, if you haven’t, take the Pottermore quiz.
Edit: Thank you for participating! Here is a link to the results I got.

storysurfer:

Hey everybody, I’m working on a small project concerning the four Hogwarts houses, and I’d appreciate your help,if you’re willing. Here’s how:

  • Please reblog this only if you are a Ravenclaw
  • only reblog once, or you’ll throw off the numbers
  • also, please do not heart, it’ll throw off the numbers too
  • any violations I find will be noted!
  • if you are a Gryffindor, please reblog this.
  • if you are a Hufflepuff, please reblog this.
  • if you are a Slytherin, please reblog this.

Thank you all for your help!

PS: If you’re not sure which house you’re in, pick one! But first, if you haven’t, take the Pottermore quiz.

Edit: Thank you for participating! Here is a link to the results I got.

(via lunalovegouda)

thefutureauthor:

me: yeah, i just dont want to have kids you know

people: what do you mean??! kids are great!! oh you’re still young, you’ll change your mind eventually

me:

royal-confessions:

“I wonder why the Queen didn’t go to college.” - Submitted by Anonymous

Both of my great-grandmothers attended college. My paternal great-grandmother, Doris Roy, studied art, and my maternal great-grandmother got her doctorate in literature. 

royal-confessions:

I wonder why the Queen didn’t go to college.” - Submitted by Anonymous

Both of my great-grandmothers attended college. My paternal great-grandmother, Doris Roy, studied art, and my maternal great-grandmother got her doctorate in literature. 

We hailed him as the dawn of a new era, the man of good family once more in the political arena; the college-bred tribune superior to the temptations which beset meaner men. ‘Teddy’, as we called him, was our ideal.

– Poultney Bigelow, in praise of NY Assemblyman Theodore Roosevelt, in Seventy Summers (London, 1925)

Rarely has the history of legislation [in Albany] has the moral force of individual honor & political honesty been more forcibly displayed.

New York Herald, 22 February 1882

In praise of freshmen Assemblyman Theodore Roosevelt