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I think I might have broken my finger reblogging this. 


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fat folks with arm creases and big arms, i love u so much,

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The newest additions to my wardrobe! Search “feminism” on lookhuman.com and you’ll find a bunch of shirts and accessories similar to these. 

My next buy will probably be one that says, “All I care about is pizza and like 2 people.” I’ve never related to an article of clothing on such a personal level before. 

No, I don’t work for them. I just love these shirts and wanted to share. :)

We’re real happy you love our shirts because we love your selfies! Keep ‘em coming!

SHIRTS available on HUMAN:

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shoutout to all the hufflepuffs and ravenclaws who only get a quarter of the merch opportunities as everyone else

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So if we have to show women what the baby looks like in their womb and tell them how the process works before allowing them to get an abortion, does that mean we should teach our soldiers about the culture of the lands we’re invading, and explain to them that the people we want them to kill have families and feel pain, just like Americans?


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We are all books because we have spines and stories to tell.
— My coworker (because we work in a library)

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i didn’t realize growing up meant dying inside but hey it’s whatever

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fallenholmes said: do you believe that hufflepuffs are less intelligent than the other houses? why or why not? (not trying to be rude, just genuinely curious :)


Oh, of course not! I think it’s more about what they value, and what kinds of intelligence you’re talking about. I think Hufflepuff might not have as many students that excel in a traditional classroom setting as other houses, but that doesn’t mean they’re not intelligent. Hufflepuffs strike me as practical people - most of Pottermore’s famous Hufflepuffs are inventors of things that are SUPER useful in everyday life, things that actually help a LOT of people. Inventing the self-soaping dishcloth may not be very glamorous or make you a household name like Merlin, but your invention is going to make a bigger difference in the lives of more people in a very tangible way than Merlin does. I think they probably have more trouble with the theoretical parts of learning magic, the stuff that doesn’t have any obvious real-world application. On the other hand, I think Ravenclaws are naturally quick to pick up theory, and might be able to come up with new ways to think about the concept to help their Hufflepuff friends get it. 

Hufflepuffs are special because they don’t value things that make you popular. Gryffindor is full of courageous heroes, Ravenclaw has the brilliant intellectuals, and Slytherin has the ambitious politicians and businessmen. They’re all very shiny and attractive things. But Hufflepuff values hard work, loyalty, honesty, and justice. They’re by far the most ethical, the most loving, the most virtuous of all the houses, by and large. Being a good person is much more important to them than pretty much anything else. Students who struggle with learning in a classroom setting would probably find support in any house, but Hufflepuff seems the most likely to take a student with less natural talent but more heart. 

I think it’s unfortunate that most Hufflepuff students we encounter through Harry’s eyes come off really slow on the uptake. But look at Tonks, she was a Hufflepuff and became an Auror, and as we find out from Harry’s “career counseling,” you basically need top or next to top grades in almost all of your subjects. Cedric Diggory was also supposed to have been one of the top students of his year. I think Hufflepuff teaches students that they have to work hard to succeed, regardless if that success means you end up at the top of the class or just barely scraping a few OWLs. And both kinds of success are celebrated there. 

But Hufflepuff values hard work, loyalty, honesty, and justice. They’re by far the most ethical, the most loving, the most virtuous of all the houses, by and large. Being a good person is much more important to them than pretty much anything else.

This is why I love being a Hufflepuff!!