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Deleted scene - Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 1

WHY WAS THIS DELETED

THIS IS VERY SIGNIFICANT CHARACTER DEVELOPMENT

WHY THE FLYING FUCK WOULD YOU DELETE THIS

they also deleted Dudley saying that Harry isn’t a waste of space.

WHY NO

because they thought a creepy-ass scene where harry does up ginny’s dress was more worth the screentime

SOMEONE SAID IT

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Poem: 'My Daughter Told Me She Was Gay'

parentsproject:

a slam poem by Sandy Roffey

*****

My daughter told me she was gay,
And 40 years of her life passed before my eyes.

40 years of being ridiculed at school, at work, at the train station.
40 years of wondering whether she can be herself or has to hide,
40 years of being unable to marry the…

Wow.

teethequoter:

My book bag is done! I’ve damaged a fair few books by shoving into my backpack, so I created a book bag especially for my books so covers, corners, and pages would be protected from getting damaged in transit.

What do you guys think?

I’m have a lot of supplies leftover, so I might make a couple more and give them away! Keep a look out for that :)

I love it!

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The Wishing Tree.

"It’s lovely, the way wishes are added to it, by lighting candles with ones that are already lit and adding them to the branches. New wishes ignited by old wishes."

mrmallarme:

The Wishing Tree.

"It’s lovely, the way wishes are added to it, by lighting candles with ones that are already lit and adding them to the branches. New wishes ignited by old wishes."

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One of the few photos out of Gaza that I can’t stop looking at! This young girl retrieving her books out of the rubble is a ray of hope…

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One of the few photos out of Gaza that I can’t stop looking at! This young girl retrieving her books out of the rubble is a ray of hope…

Happiest looking dog I’ve seen in a while!

Happiest looking dog I’ve seen in a while!

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"I spent like 10 years of my life pretending to fly around on a broomstick and you’re asking me if preparing for a love scene was ‘tricky’ because the other person also had a penis?"

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The Summer of Living Dangerously - Guest

The Summer of Living Dangerously – Guest

LBC regular reviewer Michael has been reading again…

Thanks again Michael!

THE SUMMER OF LIVING DANGEROUSLY JULIE COHEN

THE SUMMERAlice Woodstock is a writer, or more precisely making her income from writing technical reviews of industrial products. She sees a job advert for guides at Eversley Hall, who spend the day being an character from the hall’s history and answering visitor’s questions. For Alice,…

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Blonde Bombshell and The Fields of Fortune Reviews - Guest

Blonde Bombshell and The Fields of Fortune Reviews – Guest

Thanks to our Guest Star Michael for contributing the following reviews. He’s becoming a regular book-reviewing wizard!   BLONDE BOMBSHELL TOM HOLT Like other Tom Holt books, you either get the humour or you don’t! Having read “May Contain Traces of Magic” by the same author, I was looking forward to another rather zany novel. The Ostar, who we later find out are actually intelligent…

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Rich Girl, Poor Girl - Val Wood Review - GUEST

Rich Girl, Poor Girl – Val Wood Review – GUEST

RICH GIRL, POOR GIRL
VAL WOOD

 

Thanks to our Guest Star Michael for contributing the following review.    Set in Victorian England, this novel tells of two teenage girls, one from a well-to-do family, big house, servants, father in the Army, and the other the child of a single mum, living in slum housing typical of the time. Just before Christmas, each girl’s mother dies in childbirth,…

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