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erinrockabitch ASKED: Can i ask again? Hermione + 7


of course!


let’s all pretend she doesn’t look like she’s wearing a team rocket sweater

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smoo told me to draw zutara week stuff so instead i drew some modern au gaang. sorry for my shitty handwriting.

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  • iphone: [autocorrects i to I]
  • me: chill
13 hours ago   •   1 note

remember how xenophilius lovegood was played by mycroft holmes in a wig

14 hours ago   •   3 notes

i try to like people’s selfies as much as possible (bc i really do love seeing them!) but if you’re under 20 years old and your selfies are sexxxxxy i tend not to like them, not bc they’re bad but bc i feel like i’m too old to be liking teenagers’ sexy selfies

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if we skyping best believe im looking at myself in that lil window not u

15 hours ago   •   1 note

You Belong With Me - The New Yorker 

This is a pretty great article from the Speak Now era.  It goes into a lot of the business side of things, which I think is pretty interesting.  It’s also kind of neat, I think, to hear Taylor talk about Red before we knew it was Red (She had written about ten songs so far for her next album. Asked to characterize them, she said, “They’re sad? If I’m being honest.” The most recent one, she said, “is about moving on.”), and there’s a brief analysis of the Kanye incident, including a bit of a well-deserved dig at “Innocent”: It’s a nice thought, although the tone is a bit grave: listening to it, you could get the impression that she is forgiving him for armed robbery.  We also get yet another rundown of why some people think “Fifteen” is a feminist nightmare (including a Sadie Doyle quote) but the article itself doesn’t seem too concerned about Taylor’s feminist cred or lack thereof, thankfully.

Anyway, I thought this part was really sweet:

Eventually, Swift moves to the B-stage, a little island with a glittery tree. She plays the ukulele and banters about love, saying, “We’re all hopeless romantics,” and “I think there’s really something special about a first kiss.” The subject of the songs, it becomes clear, is not really men—it’s more about the love affair between Swift and her audience. In Detroit, she said, “You know when you know someone really well and they can finish your sentences? I’m curious to know what it would be like to have fifty thousand people finish my sentences.”

17 hours ago

i remember my nineteenth birthday so well.  it was the summer after my freshman year of college.  i felt so alienated from everything, home didn’t feel like home anymore, my friends were different, i was different.  it was all weird.  i spent the day with my grandma instead of my friends, and in the afternoon the boy i was in love with (who wasn’t in love with me) called me to wish me happy birthday and i was so happy i cried.

i listened to a lot of taylor swift that summer and wrote a lot of tragic-sounding entries in my diary.  i can’t believe that was five years ago.

17 hours ago   •   20 notes

i can tell i’m getting too old for tumblr because all the sweet inspirational posts that go around make all these incorrect assumptions about how old i am.  ”don’t feel bad about being a late bloomer bc i’m 19 and i just got into my first real relationship!!”  ”it’s ok if you don’t know what you want to do with your life, i didn’t figure it out until my SENIOR YEAR OF HIGH SCHOOL lol”

meanwhile i’m over here like … i don’t know how to tell you this …

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'Closer' with Tegan and Sara in LA (x)