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fudgeflies:

i wonder what’s happening right now over at hogwarts

probably education since harry doesn’t go there anymore

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BASICS
name: Destiny
age: 23
sexuality: straight
relationship status: married
eye color:  hazel
height: 5’1”

WHAT IS YOUR
favorite season? probably winter or fall. 
favorite movie/s?: the harry potter series
favorite album?: hmm “the other side” by tonight alive or “speak now” by Taylor Swift
favorite band?: A day to remember or Tonight Alive
favorite quote?: far too many
favorite shirt?: I have this purple stretchy material type shirt that I got at Ross, it’s vneck and it’s just too comfortable. 

DO YOU
smoke?: nope.
drink?: occasionally. 
write?: occasionally 
play an instrument?: violin. ukulele. 

DESCRIBE 
your favorite place: hmm cities. doesn’t matter where. 
your favorite memory: my wedding day.
your ideal partner: my husband.
your bedroom: blue comforter, 2 pantings of hummingbirds, cherry oak wood furnishings.
yourself in three words: shy, socially-awkward and weird.

get to know: uberhaxornova (x)(x)

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Friendly reminder that anyone born between 1985-1998 didn’t get their hogwarts letter because Voldemort’s ministry wiped out the record of muggleborns

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viinus:

Joan Rivers wasn’t the only female comedian to pave the way for female comedians.

There were others like Phyllis Diller

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Moms Mabley

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Jean Carroll

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and Betty White

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You know something else? None of these women made racist or rude remarks just for the sake of comedy. Because comedy is so much more than laughing at someone else’s appearance, ethnicity, or sexuality. 

okaywork:

really not excited for headlines that will praise joan rivers as a comedic genius when all she did was tear down people’s self esteem to cover up her own insecurities 

Amen.