Courtney Linville. 19.
Chocolate lover. Ravenclaw. Time Lord. Sith. Parselmouth. Browncoat. Vulcan. Hobbit. Stargazer. NASA Aerospace Scholar. Alien from the moon-drenched shores of a planet in the galaxy of Transylvania. I like to ship people and drink milkshakes.
I've met Alan Rickman, Mariska Hargitay, Lindsay Duncan and a couple of other famously gorgeous people.
"Rowling wrote Hermione to eschew stereotypes. She doesn’t end up with the hero; she is never there to function as Harry’s love interest. She prefers Arithmancy to Divination in school. Hermione is also a total badass, despite her prim and proper reputation. (…) So often, female characters are allowed to be aggressive or rebellious, but in exchange are stripped of any traditionally feminine qualities and instead are forced to pick up traditionally masculine traits. However, Hermione is never made to do that. Most notably, she is written to be highly logical AND emotionally expressive, a combination not commonly afforded to most of today’s leading ladies."
Hermione must have had a crazy good time when she went back to Hogwarts to do her final year, all that library time without having to worry about Harry’s imminent death or whether him and Ron were going to fail every single subject they were taking, like it must have been pretty fucking blissful
nah man just imagine Tonks during her years at Hogwarts making herself look like Dumbledore for no real reason other than to confuse the hell out of other students by plopping down next to them and asking them weirdass questions like if they’ve ironed their socks in the last week and then walking away
Imagine Dumbledore realising she’s doing it and joining in so that sometimes there are two Dumbledores talking to one student.
I love how Harry just accepts that he’s a wizard, goes with a mysterious giant, walks through a brick wall to a hidden street to buy fucking magic equipment, but the one thing he can’t believe is that there’s a Platform 9 and three quarters.