Don’t be alone, Doctor.
Imagine reading a book of every conversation where people have spoken about you.
It sounds like a cliche but I also learnt that you're not going to fall for the right person until you really love yourself and feel good about how you are.
I don’t even have a sense of humor anymore it’s literally just sarcasm and general loathing for the majority of the human population.
You are in the presence of…
Aragorn is judging you. (more than ever)
Floo Powder + Pottermore
Floo powder was invented by Ignatia Wildsmith in the thirteenth century. Its manufacture is strictly controlled. The only licensed producer in Britain is Floo-Pow, a company whose Headquarters is in Diagon Alley, and who never answer their front door. The precise composition of Floo powder is a closely guarded secret. Those who have tried to ‘make their own’ have been universally unsuccessful. At least once a year, St Mungo’s Hospital for Magical Maladies and Injuries reports what they call a ‘Faux Floo’ injury – in other words, somebody has thrown a homemade powder onto a fire and suffered the consequences.
don’t turn your back on me
a dramione fanmix
[l i s t e n]i. skin - zola jesus | ii. bowery - local natives | iii. anyone night stand - the sleeping | iv. closer - kings of leon | v. flowers for a ghost - thriving ivory | vi. fearless - falling up | vii. over the love - florence + the machine | viii. pieces - red | ix. youth - daughter
I was in the middle before I knew that I had begun.
Harry Potter Etymology | Draco Malfoy
DRACO: Draco is a constellation that looks like a dragon but is a snake. In Latin, Draco means “dragon.” “Draconian” means “harsh or cruel.” In Romanian, “drac” means “devil.”
MALFOY: In Latin, “malus” means “bad” and “mal” means “pale.” “Mal foi” means “bad faith, an act with bad intentions, or a malicious act” in French. “Mal de foi” means a “loss of faith.” The similar French phrase “Mal fait” can be interpeted as “badly made” or “evil deeds.” In Portuguese, (J.K. Rowling taught English in Portugal for a few years) “Mal foi” means “was bad” or “is bad.”