Requested Hulk as Harry Potter

i will never NOT reblog this omg


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New from J.K. Rowling: Dumbledore’s Army Reunites At Quidditch World Cup Final

Nobody has killed Skeeter yet?

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Imagine stabbing someone with this knife. 

It would instantly cauterize the would, so the person wouldn’t bleed, so it’s not very useful.

if you want information it is

and above, in order, we see a gryffindor, a ravenclaw, and a slytherin

why would you stab a PERSON when you can have TOAST?

There’s the hufflepuff







Imagine stabbing someone with this knife. 

It would instantly cauterize the would, so the person wouldn’t bleed, so it’s not very useful.

if you want information it is

and above, in order, we see a gryffindor, a ravenclaw, and a slytherin

why would you stab a PERSON when you can have TOAST?

There’s the hufflepuff

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James Potter was ready to sacrifice his life to save Lily.

Severus Snape was ready to sacrifice James Potter’s life to save Lily.


Snape was tragic. A tragic douchenozzle.

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Thor vs Harry Potter

I’m sorry all I read was “MINE IS BIGGER THAN YOURS”

And in the time it takes him to lift his hammer, it’s flying out of his hand because Harry used his famous ol’ Expelliarmus

i’m just picturing a never-ending scenario of Harry expelliarmus-ing him, the hammer flying away, then flying right back into Thor’s hand like it normally does

(meanwhile Loki is just freaking out with the Slytherins because he’s finally found his people)

Potter is a shit wizard y’all. Thor would destroy him in a heartbeat. Hermione, on the other hand…

But seriously, look at how passionate he is when he’s geeking out about the character he portrays. That’s pretty cool.

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(american voice) hairy padder

is that how we sound omfg


(british voice) ‘arry pouhta 

(australian voice) hay putta

(filipino voice) hari paterr

(canadian voice) hairee pawterr

(arab voice) heerry bootar

(malfoy voice) POTTER!


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So keep saying it. We need to know who to avoid.

Well… No.

She wrote him as a believable (albeit magical) character. Real life people generally don’t work like this: “blah blah blah oh yeah I’m gay blah blah blah did I tell you I’m gay?”

Yeah, she could have hinted at it by throwing in a past boyfriend (though that would be really out of nowhere unless she replaced a character here or there which, in fairness, would work pretty much just as well) or having someone mention it in passing or something, but she didn’t. Because usually sexuality doesn’t come up in conversation unless you make it come up in conversation.

And no. I’m not saying it from the perspective of a straight person. Literally, unless someone has specifically been talking about sexuality, I’ve never felt the need to turn around to people and say “hey, I went out with this girl, did I tell you I’m pansexual? Because I am.” And how did you find this fact out? Because you brought it up in conversation.

People don’t just run around shouting about how they’re bisexual or gay or lesbian or asexual or anything else. No one does that. It’s not what people - realistically - do. Why should it be any different in a book?

See, being gay (or, more accurately, not being straight) isn’t a personality trait. Dumbledore is a believable but eccentric character. Eccentricity is a personality trait, so it was brought up. It was hinted at. Gay isn’t. So it wasn’t. Because you need to go out of the way to point it out. And, to be entirely honest, if J.K. wrote in “Dumbledore’s gay and no one cares, isn’t that great?!” I’d feel so patronised. I don’t care who’s genitalia he goes for (if any) or if people couldn’t give less of a shit. It’s patonising to go out of the way to point out that “ooh magical land where no one cares because you’re such a good wizard!”

And besides, the Harry Potter series got enough stick from rabid crazies who were convinced they were evil because ERMAHGERD WIZERDZ! There’d be mass book burnings if she pointed out that the headmaster of this EEEEEEVIL wizard school was also gay. I’d rather she just not point it out than watch the backlash from some ignorant fucks.

So yeah. Sorry, but it is good she didn’t point out that he’s gay. The fact no one pointed it out shows they didn’t mind/care about him being gay. No one pointed him out as ‘the gay Hogwarts Headmaster’ because he was just ‘the Hogwarts Headmaster’ to them. If you want a world in which people don’t care who you slip into bed with (and if you don’t then there’s something very wrong with you because I don’t know why anyone should care) then you shouldn’t react with hostility when someone writes a world were people’s reaction to sexuality is pretty much “ok, so?” You need to accept when someone writes a fictional world with a positive attitude towards sexuality with characters who, you know, don’t make a huge song and dance out of who another character wants to fuck.

But here are some people for whom sexuality came up in conversation - this is off the top of my head: Fred Weasley, George Weasley, Ron Weasley, Harry Potter, Hermione Granger, Viktor Krum, Cedric Diggory, Cho Chang, Remus Lupin, Nymphadora Tonks, Lavender Brown, Molly Weasley, Arthur Weasley, James Potter, Lily Potter, Severus Snape, Merope Gaunt. There are thousands of words about canon heterosexual relationships, but literally zero about any queer people at all.

Here’s how to write homosexual characters:

Dean started to dash off to Transfiguration, but thought better of it and planted a kiss on Seamus’s cheek before quite sauntering down the second-floor corridor

Here’s how to write bisexual characters:

Parvati waved goodbye to Lavender and grabbed another toast soldier. 
'Cor, Patil, how're you going with her without getting your face snogged off?' Ron grumbled.
Parvati fixed Ron with a stare. ‘You know, Weasley, she calms down rather a lot if you pay any sort of attention to her.’

Here’s how to write asexual characters:

'So, Luna,' stammered Neville, running a hand through his hair in an attempt to sound suave, 'are any suitors knocking down your door?'
'Impossible,' she replied after a pause, 'the anti-Horklump charms should prevent that. Besides, I've never seen anyone I find attractive, so unless they're knocking for cuddles and their names begin with 'Gin' or 'Nev', it's a fool's errand.' She blinked twice, airily, before casting a glance at an increasingly pink Longbottom.

Here’s how to write trans characters:

'I was just so excited when the letter came addressed to “Hermione” instead of to my grandfather's dreadful old name. Somehow Hogwarts just KNEW!'

Here’s how to write bigender characters:

'Mr Weasley-'
'It's “Ms” today, actually,' interjected Charlie.
'Ms Weasley,' Filch continued, 'it is wholly inappropriate to be carrying live newts inside the castle proper without a regulation case.'

I could do more, but you probably get the point - that far more effort has been expended establishing characters in Harry Potter as heterosexual than would ever have to be expended establishing queer characters. We were cheated with Dumbledore. Retroactively, extratextually establishing him as gay is the bare minimum that Rowling could have done with her series.

Addressing two of feraldash’s points directly:

  1. if you can’t tell the difference between SHOUTING that you’re pansexual and indicating that you’re pansexual through context clues, you really need to go back to middle school. It is incredibly patronizing to reduce concerns about an utter lack of queer representation to a straw man argument that no one was shouting it from the rooftops.
  2. Firstly, the vast majority of people protesting Harry Potter for depictions of wizards are neither rabid nor crazy, they’re just Christian. If you are a Christian, you need to own up to the trash that was spawned by the same holy texts and theology that spawned you, and you need to pick that trash up. If you are an atheist, shame on you for conflating mental illness and religiosity. Go sit in the shame cube. If you’re something else, go sit in your own religion’s shame cube.
    Secondly, there were ALREADY LITERAL BOOK BURNINGS. It couldn’t get significantly worse than it already was. And if a) fear of imagined backlash or b) concern about not selling an additional 4 million copies or something are preventing you from including explicit queer characters, I hope you beach yourself on the curb every time you try to parallel park.

Anyway, your response indicates that you didn’t actually read the OP at ALL. 1/10, horrible post.

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Albus Severus Potter and the curse of the awful name.

"It is our names, Albus, that show which child our parents really hate, far more than our abilities"

Holy shit that last one though

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OMG Potter you’re a bloody moron.

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When daleks attack the quiddich world cup

Holy balls this is insane video editing. I was expecting hilarity, but instead I watched in awe as I saw two of the fandoms I’ve seen the most on tumblr merge into this one big dope video. I’m not even part of these fandoms (Harry Potter & Doctor Who) but jesus christ that was insane.


Creepiest Doctor ever lol.

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“Did you put your name into the Goblet of Fire, Harry?” he asked calmly.

8 years later and everybody is still annoyed about this i genuinely love the harry potter fandom



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#omg their reactions tho i mean krum is like fuck yeah and fleur is all yeah bitches who else but me!?! and then there’s cedric who’s like well duh i’m pretty and then harry is like fuck why is it always me

#fuck #just one year #can I just have one year of peace

Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s No

Harry Potter and the Chamber of Go Away

Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Fuck Off

Harry Potter and the Goblet of One Fucking Year

Harry Potter and the Order of the What the Hell

Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Shit

Harry Potter and the Deathly Damn It

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20 favorite quotes that didn’t make it in to the movies

"Wha — ?Tonks — Tonks has had the baby?" “Yes, yes, she’s had the baby!" shouted Lupin. All around the table came cries of delight sighs of relief: Hermione and Fleur both squealed, “Congratulations!" and Ron sad, “Blimey, a baby!" as if he had never heard of such a thing before.

"Yes — yes — a boy," said Lupin again, who seemed dazed by his own happiness. He strode around the table and hugged Harry; the scene in the basement of Grimmauld Place might have never happened.

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