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  2. zodiacchic:

ZodiacChic Post:Libra


    ZodiacChic Post:Libra

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    Harry Potter: Tell us about a scar on your body

    Hermione Granger: What is your favorite book, how many times have you read it, and why do you love it?

    Ron Weasley: Something you're afraid of?

    Luna Lovegood: One thing that makes you different from everyone else.

    Fred Weasley: Can you do any magic tricks? What is the best one you can do? If you can't do any, what's the best one you've seen?

    George Weasley: What is the best prank you've ever played on someone?

    Neville Longbottom: Tell us an embarrassing story.

    Narcissa Malfoy: Do you have a good relationship with your family? Who are you closest to?

    Voldemort: If you were to create a Horcrux(s), what would it be and why?

    Bellatrix Lestrange: Have you ever loved someone who could never love you back?

    Ginny Weasley: Have you ever been in love with an unexpected person?

    Hedwig: If you went to Hogwarts, what kind of pet would you bring? (ex: cat, owl, rat, frog)

    Draco Malfoy: Is it better to be feared or to be loved?

    Rubeus Hagrid: What is your favorite mystical creature?

    Dolores Umbridge: Make a list of rules that your family (or whoever you choose) would have to follow if you made the rules.

    Lucius Malfoy: What is your most prized possession?

    Molly Weasley: What is the proudest moment of your life?

    Dobby: Who are you most loyal to?

    Sirius Black: Have you ever been accused of doing something you didn't do?

    Argus Filch: What's the worst job you've ever had?

    Dudley Dursley: How many presents do you usually receive on your birthday?

    Peter Pettigrew: Are you a leader or a follower?

    Cedric Diggory: Have you ever had a near death experience?

    Albus Dumbledore: What is the greatest obstacle you have ever overcome in your life?

    Minerva McGonagall: What is your favorite spell?

    Severus Snape: Are you a trustworthy person?

    Remus Lupin: If you transform into any one animal or creature, which one would it be?

    Uncle Vernon: What is your favorite day of the week?

    Mad Eye Moody: Who is the bravest person you know?

    Arthur Weasley: What do you think is the best "muggle" invention?

    Professor Sprout: What is your favourite class that is offered at Hogwarts?

    Nymphadora Tonks: If you could change one thing about your appearance what would it be?

    Moaning Mertile: What is something that always makes you cry?

    James Potter: Would you risk your life to save someone you truly love?

    Lily Potter: What color eyes do you have?

    Professor Trelawney: Have you ever dreamt something was going to happen and then it happened?

    Mr. Ollivander: What would your wand look like?

    Lavender Brown: Who is the last person who texted and have you ever had a crush on them?

    Cho Chang: If you were on the Quidditch team, what position would you play?

    Aunt Petunia: What is your favorite flower?

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  4. sailsblownbythefirewithin:





    A family from Hammond, Indiana is suing the Hammond Police department for excessive force after what should’ve been a routine traffic stop turned violent. Lisa Mahone was driving with her boyfriend Jamal Jones and her two children to Stroger Hospital when Hammond police pulled her over for not wearing a seatbelt. Mahone admitted to the violation and asked for a ticket so she could continue on her way to the hospital to visit her dying mother.

    Though Mahone was the operator of the vehicle and produced valid identification and proof of insurance, police demanded to see identification from Jones as well. Jones informed the officers he didn’t have ID, as he recently received a ticket. After attempting to reach into the backseat and produce the ticket from a backpack, the officers drew their guns.

    Mahone’s 14-year-old son then began recording the encounter with his cell phone and Mahone dialed 911. 

    According to Fox Chicago
    , an officer told Jones “”I don’t know you and I don’t know what you’re going to do.” Jones told the cops “That’s why I have my windows up. I’m not no harm to you right now. I got my kids in the car and you’re drawing your weapon.”

    Police refused to take the ticket from Jones as ID and ordered him out of the vehicle. “Once the kids were scared, I wasn’t gonna get out of the car and leave my kids in the car,” said Jones. “He was being so aggressive.”

    While Mahone was relating the story as it happened to the 911 operator, Jones demanded to see a “white shirt,” a commanding officer. The officer on the scene told Jones “Look at my shoulder dumbass. I got bars.” Video shows that after asking Jones another time if he was going to exit the car, an officer then breaks the passenger window, shocks Jones with a taser, then pulls him out of the car.


    This is fucking disgusting.

    Can’t wait to hear the new excuses for why the police aren’t fucking straight-up terrorists on this one.

    How. In. The. Actual. FUCK. can this happen? And we 2 kids. With absolutely no warning. Major SIGNAL BOOST.

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  6. cuntsandb1unts:

    I just need a really long and touchy make out session that leads to sex followed by a long nap together.

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"People are perfectly happy to see women as sex objects, but the actual biologic of our bodies is apparently gross and unmentionable."
- Our Bodies, Ourselves.

    "People are perfectly happy to see women as sex objects, but the actual biologic of our bodies is apparently gross and unmentionable."

    Our Bodies, Ourselves.

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