Today I actually dragged myself out of bed to work out before breakfast (well okay it was like 9:30 I shouldn’t make it seem like I got up early). I ran a mile in just over 13 minutes and want to make that my daily goal. I’m also taking full advantage of a) having a wii fit system and b) having an empty house when my siblings are at school and my mom is doing errands
I also had a salad for lunch which was delicious and had salmon and goat cheese on it, which reminded me yet again that despite always thinking otherwise I do actually really like goat cheese. I should eat more of that.
My family is going to an out-of-town event tomorrow, so I’m not sure when exactly I’ll be able to exercise or what they’ll be feeding me. It does mean a lot of socializing with people I only sort of know. Guess I’ll have to take the day as it comes. Such is life.
what a radical idea yo
Bam. Kids “misbehave” for actual, real, valid reasons. And have feelings.
For fuck’s sake, it takes the people in charge so long to figure shit like this out! Good for Lincoln High!
This needs to be the policy EVERYWHERE…
Renovated my sister’s Guess Who game. It is now Guess Superwholock. I am pleased.
I was play guess superwholock
“Are you gorgeous?”
“They’re all gorgeous, you need to ask more specific questions..”
“Do you frequently break hearts?”
“Have you appeared to have died on screen?”
*half the board goes down*
“Have you died one hundred times in one episode?”
“God dammit you can’t ask questions that specific!”
Well… heres a game we need to play at a meetup
this animation is just too cute and a great analogy for anxiety
Including the letter “thorn:”
Have you ever seen a place that calls itself “ye olde whatever”? As it happens, that’s not a “y”, or, at least, it wasn’t supposed to be. Originally, it was an entirely different letter called thorn, which derived from the Old English runic alphabet, Futhark.
Thorn, which was pronounced exactly like the “th” in its name, is actually still around today in Icelandic. We replaced it with “th” over time—thorn fell out of use because Gothic-style scripting made the letters y and thorn look practically identical. And, since French printing presses didn’t have thorn anyway, it just became common to replace it with a y. Hence naming things like, “Ye Olde Magazine of Interesting Facts” (just as an example, of course).
Awesome article. “&” was sometimes the 27th letter of the alphabet (up until the 19th century).
Probably a lot. I didn’t know that :P
Then again I’m American and never listened to rock music and had most of my music tastes defined by my antisocial-gay-hipster-compsci-friend at the age of 17 despite the fact that I haven’t spoken to him in three years so I listen to a mix of radio and random hipster things that even I myself haven’t heard of.
Look, I made a gif of this most awesome wizard at the Leaky Cauldron!
DUDE IS READING ‘A BRIEF HISTORY OF TIME’ BY STEPHEN HAWKING
I NEVER REALIZED
are you serious
I always assumed wizards just ignored science, because the fact that “magic” exists, can explain anything. But there are MuggleBorn wizards, ones who, until they were eleven, lived in the real world and learned science and things. Did they all just abandon that normal, muggle knowledge, like Harry did? It’s always been there, itching in the back of my mind.
FOUR FOR YOU SCIENCE WIZARD
YOU GO SCIENCE WIZARD
can we point out that he’s doing wandless magic too
like voldemort couldnt even do that shit
molly fuckin weasley couldnt fuckin do that
who are you
pretty sure this whole series has been about the wrong wizard guys
Plot Twist: He is able to do wandless magic because his comprehensive understanding of quantum physics means that he is the only wizard/witch to actually understand how magic works.
You could not possibly understand how happy this makes me.
I have hope for the wizarding world again.
I SWEAR, OH, MY GOD. FOREVER REBLOG UNTIL THERE IS A FANFIC ABOUT THIS GUY.
Yes, this guy is awesome. But it might not be wandless magic… it could just be an enchanted spoon that will follow the user’s hand movements.