Incandescently Happy

tell the sun and stars hello for me

nintendumb:

imagine how radical being a pet fish is like youre just swimming around and suddenly it starts raining food

samagotchi:

when u accidentally click a link so u dont release the mouse and kind of slowly drag away from the link. threat avoided. citizens safe. for now.

theghostoflove:

9/77 Funny/Epic HP Moments

↳ Lee Jordan’s commentary

WHAM! A roar of rage echoed from the Gryffindors below — Marcus Flint had blocked Harry on purpose and Harry’s broom span off course, Harry holding on for dear life. […]

Lee Jordan was finding it difficult not to take sides.

damcnherondale:

TMI/TID Appreciation Week

Day 6: Favorite Family - The Fairchild family

art credit to the amazing Cassandra Jean

The countries of Europe (inspired by x)

real-scars-fake-smiles:

Married life with Ellen and Portia.

IDC HOW MANY TIMES IVE REBLOGGED THIS IT IS LITERALLY MY FAVOURITE FUCKING THING

You’ll pry my Oxford comma from my cold, dead, and lifeless hands.

itreallyatemyhand:

startrek-marysues:

that70srpc:

I find that, when writing bios, it’s really helpful to look at a list or a chart like the one above. Picking two or three traits from each chart and building a character based around them will give you a really interesting bio, because they will serve as a reminder that characters need depth and dimension.

Independent and clever.

VS.

Independent, clever, pretentious, and stubborn.

The first combination doesn’t come with any flaws, whereas the second will provide a more dynamic character.

HEY GUYS, this showed up on my dash this morning, and I thought it would be helpful if any of you are writing characters and don’t want them to come out as picture-perfect Mary Sues! :) 

One thing I’d like to add, though, is that you should make sure the character traits don’t conflict in an oxymoronic way…. for example: Ambitious and lazy, or patient and impulsive. WAT. (Believe it or not, I HAVE seen it happen before! Don’t do it!!)

Excuse me, ambitious and lazy totally happens.