Favorite missing book quotes → Ron’s dueling advice
#But can you imagine if James had still been alive?#A letter arrives from Hogwarts saying Harry was caught out of bed after curfew and has detention#and then a letter from Harry arrives explaining that he had to do it#because he had to beat Draco in a duel.#And Lily reads it and just sits there with her head on their kitchen table going ‘oh god why did I have a child with you’#while James dances around the house singing about how amazing their son is.#Harry gets a reply a few days later#a letter from his Mum saying she’s disappointed and those rules are there to keep him safe and he should obey them#(Hermione reads that over his shoulder and practically cheers)#and from James#a gigantic box of chocolate frogs and a pack of stinkbombs or something with a note saying ‘for Draco’ (via thankyouforyourcooperation)
And then a very detailed letter from Sirius explaining to Harry 101 ways to beat someone in a duel and a list of useful hexes
#i laughed and then i cried because all these people FUCKING DIED
a PS on Sirius’ letter written by Remus telling Harry how to not get caught next time; not that there should ever be a next time, ever
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Wait a second, am I tripping balls?
HELP I CANNOT STOP LAUGHING
Sometimes life is just beautiful.
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do you ever realize that there was a moment when your mom or dad put you down as a baby and never picked you up again
this fucked me up
The Interval’s library is intended to contain every book needed to restart the world post-apocalypse.
“Since merriment sometimes just isn’t enough, the Interval, a Mensa-courting bar that opens this month in the Fort Mason Center, also offers a library stacked with 1,000 literary masterworks and reference books, an ambient soundtrack created by Brian Eno and, later this year, two robots: One will make drinks, while the other will write predictions about the future on the space’s massive chalkboard. Conceived by the San Francisco-based collective the Long Now Foundation — whose board of directors includes Eno and the Whole Earth Catalog creator Stewart Brand — the Interval will also host regular salons for cerebral scenesters.”