Q: I came across this Pottermore quote snippet recently: "Wands with unicorn cores are generally the most difficult to turn to the Dark Arts," and I thought of Draco, who's wand has a unicorn core. This easter egg made me happy. I'd like to believe that the wand does reflect Draco's personality- and being nurtured by dark wizards yet struggling to actually commit murder. Idk. I feel like it reaffirms that he has a natural conscience- and that fear wasn't his only reason for not killing. Thoughts?:)


This is so interesting oh my god??? And I definitely agree w you. I’ve always believed that draco wouldn’t have ever been able to kill anyone. At the end of the day he wasn’t a good person, but he also wasn’t by any means evil and he was also a huge fucking coward so even though he wanted to be he would have never reached big bad death eater status tbh

(This doesn’t make any sense and my punctuation and capitalization is weird but im too lazy to sit there and fix it so)

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whenever i buy new clothes i take them home and im just like yo what the fuck did i wear before i had this

(via still-dont-have-a-reason)

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when my mum scolds me


(via still-dont-have-a-reason)

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do you ever want to punch yourself in the face for liking someone a lot

(Source: ectogasmic, via alacricity)

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I just have one serious problem.

If Bamon happens, probably Stelena will happen, and Steroline doesn’t.

If Steroline happens, probably Delena will happen, and Bamon doesn’t.

So I’ll be like:


Why cannot this Elena girl just deal with life on her own? Just why?


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Yeah, I’ve done some pretty horrible things to survive, but unlike you poor, delicate Elena, I don’t turn it off. I deal with it. You wouldn’t last a week as a vampire without everyone fawning over you. Katherine Pierce , telling what the fandom thinks (via laughing-is-winning)
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