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Everybody knows that everybody dies
Mimmi. 18. Hufflepuff. INFJ. I post Doctor Who, Harry Potter and occasionally other things that I love. David Tennant and Tom Hiddleston are my (quite unknowing) husbands, and my OTP is Ten & Rose. I tag everything i post and everything that's not harry potter with not hp

Previously the-last-enemy
Anonymous said:
Are you a fan of Torchwood, too? :)

Yes, I am! 

I love that they used Leaving Hogwarts for the 19 years later scene, but it would have been be so nice if they had made it look like it was the last page in a book, like how it Breaking dawn ended, or just show “All was well”


An ancient creature, drenched in the blood of the innocent. Drifting in space through an endless shifting maze. For such a creature, death would be a gift. Then accept it. And sleep well.



let’s all take a minute to stop and think about how Hagrid gave Harry his homemade birthday cake, told him how much he looked like his parents, and fed him sausages before he even started to explain that he was a wizard

let’s stop to think about how his absolute first priority was to let harry know that he was loved and cared for

 (via grapegoat)



this pretty much sums up the book/movie

I thought Clara would hit the police woman with the ax before she said that they are in the walls

20 favorite quotes that didn’t make it in to the movies

"Wha — ?Tonks — Tonks has had the baby?" “Yes, yes, she’s had the baby!" shouted Lupin. All around the table came cries of delight sighs of relief: Hermione and Fleur both squealed, “Congratulations!" and Ron sad, “Blimey, a baby!" as if he had never heard of such a thing before.

"Yes — yes — a boy," said Lupin again, who seemed dazed by his own happiness. He strode around the table and hugged Harry; the scene in the basement of Grimmauld Place might have never happened.

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