lalitrus:

timecurry:

hellohelbig:

justindonuts:

lets-get-krunk:

"I really don’t want to shower but I want to be clean" an autobiography

"Now that I’m in the shower I really dont wanna get out" a sequel

"Now that I’m out, I don’t want to put on clothes" the spin-off

"I’m sitting here in my towel and I must have showered 2 hours ago" the self help booklet

Crap, I’m still in a towel and someone knocked on the door- the inadvised turn into the horror genre

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Anonymous asked:
adding to castiel: the people who make the sets have pointed out little hints to his sexuality. for instance, while in naomi's office, the lights behind a translucent wall were the bisexual pride colors.
bi-characters replied:

Yup! And then someone on the crew tweeted something prior to the episode airing about how Naomi’s office had been especially decorated for that scene. But even the tweet was all vague because he didn’t specifically say “there are bi pride colours on the wall.” Just something like, “check out the set design.”

The queerbaiting on Supernatural is ridiculous and frankly, enraging.

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boneycircus:

notyourexrotic:

kitten-pants:

tinasus:

notyourexrotic:

HP Goblet of Fire Headcanon: Beauxbatons was primarily a Muslim wizarding school.

(photo from livesandliesofwizards, which was the first thing I thought of when I ran into this passage while rereading the Harry Potter books)

(and yes I know the horses drink whisky, which is not exactly halal, sshhh)

Its was french. It s
Was so clearly french.

Literally French. …….

….
.

Because French Muslims do not exist and no Muslims ever speak French and Muslim schools don’t exist in France and if they do they must be really shitty and there are no key Muslim educators in France at all and there’s never been any history of Islamic culture and politics in the Pottermore-confirmed Pyreenes, nooooooo, it is très impossible! Astagfirrulah!

except…NO.

learn some fuckin’ social studies and history and current affairs, people.

fun fact: I totally pictured the Beauxbatons I read in the books as full of all the ridiculously gorgeous unattainable teenagers peppered across Europe and Asia, and there were definitely Muslim girls in hijab peppered in that imagined, beautiful crowd.

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