because everything is ♥ better with hugs ♥

especially more hugs

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josiephone:

alwaysactually:

lusilly:

some muggleborn like “i want to be an astronaut when i grow up!”

wizard kids like “wtf is an astronaut”

"oh you know…the people who go to the moon"

implying that magical children would know literally nothing outside of the wizarding world



Oh yes, because Astronomy wasn’t a core subject at Hogwarts…

Filed under Harry potter hp srsly what even

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handsomepuppyboy:

cradily:

i hate this website

'irish is a form of english'

incredible

People are probably confusing ‘Gaelic’ and ‘Gaeilge’, or with the Scottish.

In Ireland, the word ‘Gaelic’ refers/referred to the traditional and native group of Irish people. They had their own customs, their own laws, and their own language: ‘Gaeilge’. These people, collectively, we’re called ‘Gaels’. The Gaelic people were largely repressed by the British, and much of the ‘Gaelic’ culture had vanished by the 19th century, although efforts were then made to revive it by key players in cultural Ireland. This was known as the ‘Gaelic Revival’.

Today, the word ‘Gaelic’ is often used to refer to the GAA sport, ‘Gaelic Football’.

It is not the name of the language.

The Irish language is called ‘Irish’ in English, and ‘Gaeilge’ in the native tongue. ‘Gaelic’ refers to a group of languages which are collectively similar, Irish, Scots Gaelic (Gàidhlig), or Manx (Gaelg). There are only about 6 native speakers of Manx left, and apparently they don’t really like each other either, so that’s awkward. There are considerably more speakers of the other two, although far less than those who would speak English.

But yes. It is ‘Gaeilge’. ‘Gaelic’ describes the type of language it is, or the people/customs of Ireland.

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hi:

do u ever sometimes feel sad or forgotten by people.. kinda like those little chip crumbs in the bottom of the bag at the end that no one really wants or cares about

but the crumbs at the end are the best part!

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shire-or-not-to-sherlock:

luhans:

lyukai:

niktheawesome:

forzabarca:

sweetheartcrisis:


Eins, zwei, drei, vier, fünf, sechs, sieben, acht …

um, dois, três, quatro …

Un, Deux, Trois, Quatre

Un, dau…

It’s not a very good one.
uno, dos, tres, cuatro…

yksi, kaksi…

один, два…

một, hai…

I’m not sure how this works.
isa-

一、二,三、四。。。

ett två tre fyra

philippines and japan stop omg

Üks, kaks


Satu Dua Tiga Empat

Wowzers

один, двА 

one AMERICA, two AMERICA, three AMERICA…
i don’t get it either


THE LAST ONE KILLED ME

Aon… 
…
What was it you were saying?

shire-or-not-to-sherlock:

luhans:

lyukai:

niktheawesome:

forzabarca:

sweetheartcrisis:

Eins, zwei, drei, vier, fünf, sechs, sieben, acht …

image

um, dois, três, quatro …

image

Un, Deux, Trois, Quatre

image

Un, dau…

image

It’s not a very good one.

uno, dos, tres, cuatro…

image

yksi, kaksi…

image

один, два…

image

một, hai

image

I’m not sure how this works.

isa-

image

一、二,三、四。。。

image

ett två tre fyraimage

philippines and japan stop omg

Üks, kaks

image

Satu Dua Tiga Empat

image

Wowzers

один, двА
image 

one AMERICA, two AMERICA, three AMERICA…

i don’t get it either

image

THE LAST ONE KILLED ME

Aon… 

What was it you were saying?

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