May Death Never Stop You

I blog what i feel and i feel what i blog. oh boy do i feel what i blog.

I feel like an old toy lately. Like a toy someone had when they were little and it was their favorite toy and they never went anywhere without it but then they grew up and now it just sits there in a desolate corner in a box in an attic or storage compartment some where that occasionally is thought about but for the most part people forget. I don’t know guys. I’m sorry.

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This makes me laugh so hard every time.

This moment ruined that entire movie for me because it absolutely destroyed the image of dumbledore

because he’s galloping?

WELL?!? DID YA?!?!

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I ACTUALLY CANT NO BREATHE

Fun story: I went to see the midnight of this movie with one of my close friends who’s also got the HP books pretty much memorized.  We were clutching each other through the whole thing and when Voldemort returned I swear she left bruises on my arm.

Anyway, as soon as that scene happened, she and I turned to each other and just went ‘CALMLYYY.’

HIS FACE OMG

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Malfoy is derived from the French “mal foi”, meaning “badly faith” or “unfaithful”. In law, “bad faith” refers to a case in which a malicious motive on the part of a party in a lawsuit undermines their case. This would be relevant to the general cruel natures displayed by Lucius and Draco as well as Narcissa. In existentialism, “bad faith” is a philosophical concept in which people blame their own failures on external factors, thus denying responsibility for their actions. Also, this most likely refers to the Malfoys’ tendency to switch their loyalties to avoid danger or punishment, rather than steadfastly supporting their presented views.

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