godric: i took your advice salazar
salazar: what advice
godric: about having giant versions of our house animals
salazar: oh no
godric: i got a 60 foot lion
salazar: oh no
godric: she's in the grounds right now
salazar: OH NO
godric: look out the window bro
salazar: wait i dont see her
godric: yeah i was lion about the whole thing
salazar: i cant believe i let that pun slytherin to the conversation
godric: ayyyyy
salazar: ayyyyy


sometimes, i show my soul i love it by exercising and feeding myself healthy foods, and going to bed early.
but sometimes, i show my soul some love by eating chips and salsa at my tv at 1am.
And that’s cool too.

Balance, friends.


Some snaps from my Harry Potter Reread - Part 2 [Part 1]

I’ve told the kids in the ghettos that violence won’t solve their problems, but then they ask me, and rightly so; “Why does the government use massive doses of violence to bring about the change it wants in the world?” After this I knew that I could no longer speak against the violence in the ghettos without also speaking against the violence of my government
—Martin Luther King Jr. (via loveinfamine)


via Cop v. Black Guy

"Internet friendship is not real"

Reblog if this is a lie and you have made amazing friends on the internet.


American Horror Story: Freak Show | Teaser #5 - “Head to Toe”



Friends! If you haven’t already you should check out the feminist zine I co-created at IPFW! The first issue came out this week and I couldn’t be more excited! And note the Sexplanations blurb I included it in! Because there’s nothing better than staying safe and staying curious! DFTBA!

Check out the first issue here!

And our Facebook here! 

And Sexplanations here! 



The President

The 3200 year old tree so massive that it had never been captured in a single image until recently.

This giant sequoia stands 247 feet tall and measures 45,000 cubic feet in volume. The trunk alone measures 27 feet and the branches hold 2 billion needles (more than any tree on the planet).

This picture took a team of photographers from Nat Geo, 32 days and stitching together 126 different photos to make.