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darth-sebious:

acciotardistohogwarts:

lumos5001:

diggly:

HALF CINEMA CHEERED AND THE OTHER HALF WERE REALLY CONFUSED WHY WE WERE CHEERING

Several reasons, because Steve didn’t use violence like he could have and also because that’s Abed and it made everything great.

I love how he pretty much acts pretty much as you expect Abed to react

hufflepuffinthetardis

sararye:

alwaysactually:

lusilly:

some muggleborn like “i want to be an astronaut when i grow up!”

wizard kids like “wtf is an astronaut”

"oh you know…the people who go to the moon"

of course you can’t just go to the moon you need a rocketship

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i-feel-at-home-here
dumbasschronicles:

useyourwandbro:

lumoscas:

blue-and-bronzed-princess:

hpnextgenuniverse:

Hogwarts started doing a student exchange program between the houses. Once a year, four unfortunate students would be selected and then placed in one of the other three houses for two weeks to “experience new things and better understand your fellow students.” Seriously, imagine how much fun we can have with this headcanon.
“Why is it always so dark in your guys’ dorms all the time? And p-please get that snake away from me.”
“Do Gryffindors have to be so loud ALL THE TIME? I’m trying to study!”
“I mean I sneeze and I get bombarded with two dozen ‘bless you’s! And if one more person tries to give me another passionate hug or asks me if there’s anything I want to talk about, I’m going to hex someone!”
“I DON’T KNOW WHERE VANISHED OBJECTS GO, I JUST WANT INTO MY BLOODY ROOM!”

HAHAHA

best part, you could tell which houses the persno came from and which house they were talking to.

this is everything

Why do the four selected students have to be unfortunate? What if these are coveted spots every year? Imagine you apply as a sixth year in September and the accepted students find out they were accepted in May. The first years are fascinated by their seventh year house guests. After the six weeks are over the four students give a presentation for the entire school on house unity and inter house relationships. The older students are irritated by having to see this presentation for 5th, 6th, or 7th year in a row, but the younger students enjoy it.

dumbasschronicles:

useyourwandbro:

lumoscas:

blue-and-bronzed-princess:

hpnextgenuniverse:

Hogwarts started doing a student exchange program between the houses. Once a year, four unfortunate students would be selected and then placed in one of the other three houses for two weeks to “experience new things and better understand your fellow students.” Seriously, imagine how much fun we can have with this headcanon.

“Why is it always so dark in your guys’ dorms all the time? And p-please get that snake away from me.”

“Do Gryffindors have to be so loud ALL THE TIME? I’m trying to study!”

“I mean I sneeze and I get bombarded with two dozen ‘bless you’s! And if one more person tries to give me another passionate hug or asks me if there’s anything I want to talk about, I’m going to hex someone!”

“I DON’T KNOW WHERE VANISHED OBJECTS GO, I JUST WANT INTO MY BLOODY ROOM!”

HAHAHA

best part, you could tell which houses the persno came from and which house they were talking to.

this is everything

Why do the four selected students have to be unfortunate? What if these are coveted spots every year? Imagine you apply as a sixth year in September and the accepted students find out they were accepted in May. The first years are fascinated by their seventh year house guests. After the six weeks are over the four students give a presentation for the entire school on house unity and inter house relationships. The older students are irritated by having to see this presentation for 5th, 6th, or 7th year in a row, but the younger students enjoy it.