(1) President Abraham Lincoln, who had depression
(2) Writer Virginia Woolf, who had bipolar disorder
(3) Artist Vincent Van Gogh, who had bipolar disorder
(4) Writer Sylvia Plath, who had depression
(5) Mathematician John Nash (from A Brilliant Mind), who had schizophrenia
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David Tennant eats ice cream.
tumblr friends, where are you, I SWEAR I HAD FRIENDS ON THIS WEBSITE
someone be my friend…please
This is me in college.
the word gay is actually an acronym
actually doesn’t mind if
stop adding your own acronyms to this it was beautiful and now it’s not
Actually doesn’t mind if we add acronyms because
im going to vomit on you
Six years ago today, Deathly Hallows was released in bookstores all over the world.
Six years ago today, we held in our hands the last and final installement in the epic tale of Harry Potter.
Six years ago today, kids and adults alike began their final first reading of a Harry Potter book.
Six years ago today, we lost Charity Burbage, Mad-Eye Moody, Hedwig, Rufus Scrimgeour, Ted Tonks, Dobby, Fred Weasley, Severus Snape, Remus Lupin, Tonks (no first name out of utter respect), Colin Creevey and countless others, named and unnamed, who died fighting for the Wizarding World.
Six years ago today we laughed. We cried. We gawked in awe at the twists and turns that only Jo Rowling herself could pull off.
But most importantly, six years ago today we thought this series was over. But in this last half decade, we’ve grown stronger than ever. In the last six years, we’ve even picked up thousands of new fans along the way.
In this last decade, we have learned something crucial, that she herself put best:
The stories we love do live on in us forever, so whether you come back by page or by screen, Hogwarts will always be there to welcome you home.
These books taught us life lessons that we never could have dreamed of. Dumbledore taught us that the battle of good versus evil is not always cut and dry, and that sometimes we must pick between what is right and what is easy.
We learned that there are bad people in this world, but as long as there are people willing to fight for what is right, and to fight for love, the world can still be a good place.
So thank you, Jo. Thank you for making these books relevant in our lives in ways we never could have imagined. Thank you for giving us a childhood that we will carry with us for the rest of our lives.
Thanks for all of it, Jo.
Matt Smith chopped of all of his hair…and now I guess he’s on crack.
Fresh crepes in France though omg