nevergonnawalkpastafez:

billyboydismybaby:

aardvarkjuice:

thelittlestagemanager:

valerieparker:

snapeschristmaslist:

Endless list of things that should have been in the movies
↳ Prisoner of Azkaban, p 120

“Then you should know, Potter, that Sybill Trelawney has predicted the death of one student a year since she arrived at this school. None of them has died yet. Seeing death omens is her favourite way of greeting a new class.”

Wait wait wait

so there was a theory bouncing around that Trelawney was actually scary accurate, right?

What if every student she predicted died in the battle for Hogwarts?

THATS JUST WHAT I WAS THINKING

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I’m done.

*sobs*

It’s interesting because if you go back and reread the books, every single one of Trelawney’s predictions, even the really ridiculous ones, came true. So this is actually not only possible but highly probable.

historyvikings:

stormbornvalkyrie:

"Helga…You must hold this sword in trust for your son, and now you must present this new sword to the groom. The sword transfers the father’s power of protection over the woman, to her new husband. Now the rings. Floki, do you swear to the gods that you want to marry this woman?" I swear, with the gods as my witnesses.” ”Helga, do you swear to the gods that you want to marry this man?” "I do swear." ”Then you are married.”

My Big Fat Vikings Wedding. 

slayboybunny:

being “cute” is really hard because even when youre angry people just kinda giggle at you and say “aw youre so cute when youre angry.” no. stop. recognize my power. image


Scandinavian tales and creatures

Havsmannen (the man of the sea) is a handsome young man who can be found wandering along shores in misty weather. He would seek out a lonely sailor’s wife and transform himself into her husband, which often resulted in the wife giving birth to a green-skinned child with gills and fin-like feet. As an apology, Havsmannen would give the sailor good winds and calm seas, ensuring that his boat never ran aground.  

Scandinavian tales and creatures

Havsmannen (the man of the sea) is a handsome young man who can be found wandering along shores in misty weather. He would seek out a lonely sailor’s wife and transform himself into her husband, which often resulted in the wife giving birth to a green-skinned child with gills and fin-like feet. As an apology, Havsmannen would give the sailor good winds and calm seas, ensuring that his boat never ran aground.  

Evelyn: Look, I… I may not be an explorer, or an adventurer, or a treasure-seeker, or a gunfighter, Mr. O’Connell, but I am proud of what I am.
Rick: And what is that? 
Evelyn: I… am a librarian.

deansdamnation:

thespyandthesoldier:

weight-a-second:

me too, Arya, me tooooo

This whole scene is golden.

you could hear arya going through puberty

niczka:

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And Dany stops by to help out, so they ask her to be a Queen too. 

AND THE WESTEROS IS AT PEACE FOREVER AND FULL OF AWESOMENESS AND DRAGONS. 

The end. 

it got better

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