"Elsa and I were really close when we were little but one day she just shut me out, and I never knew why."

I don’t know if a lot of people realise how terribly this line hurt Anna.

She had lived her whole life thinking that her sister didn’t want to see her. That she didn’t love her. Especially after her parents died, there was no one left to take care of her. To love her. But then she met this man that seemed to love everything about her. He seemed to be her true love. Maybe she was loved. Maybe someone did love her.

But he didn’t.

And now here she is. Her only friends gone back to the mountain, her sister far away not even wanting to see her, and her “true love” who has just revealed to her that she was a pawn all along.

We may not believe what Hans is saying here, but she does.

Who in the world could love her now?

And Hans lowers Anna’s self-esteem even more with that one sentence. Hans, you are a jerk!

This is your Sunday evening reminder that you can handle whatever this week throws at you."
— (via hefuckin)
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I sincerely believe that by 7th year Ravenclaws would just tell the door to their common room to fuck off and it would open for them


Q “Why is a raven like a writing desk?” 
A “You shouldn’t shove either up your arse.” 
"…Technically, yes."

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guys can you imagine if james potter neville longbottomed during puberty and came back 3rd year and lily’s like no i wasn’t ready

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Your body does not define you as a person, so why should you let it define people you meet for the first time?



you cant even stereotype the southern US because everything you come up with is probably true

i feel this because i live in the southern us


if you threw a pad or tampon into a crowd of boys they would probably all scream and it would be like that scene from monsters inc where george gets contaminated by a sock