Mar. 4th, 2017

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As a transgender man who is going to be having a baby, I am so glad that by technicality my child will be able to fulfil the prophecy and defeat Macbeth.

To be on the safe side, get a C-section?  Macbeth really needs defeating.

Ironically I do have to have a C-section due to a hip problem I have. So it’s double accurate.

I like how this post implies that Macbeth is still out there, most likely terrorizing people, and no one has been able to stop him

No man of woman born? Let’s see -
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No cause is lost, if there is but one fool left to fight for it
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SEE?? PERFECT ❤ Honestly, even just imagining Kylo and Hux in that sort of scene makes me want to just go ‘fuck it’ and write it 😂
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this is stomp dog it shows up to stomp away sadness

smol stomper
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Headcanon: Real!Percival Graves took lessons from the Sam Vimes School of Policing.

…I now can’t stop imagining Graves displaying the classic Sam Vimes reaction whenever someone mentions ‘the divine right of kings’.

For your consideration: Picquery getting Graves to do things simply by telling him to stay out of it while counting on his immediate ‘the hell I will’ reaction.

Percival Graves. In the Congress Chamber. With the axe.

Percival Graves reading ‘Where’s My Cow?’ to the occamys every night at 6 o’clock. Percival Graves struggling with the Summoning Dark. Percival Graves defeating the Summoning Dark by being aggressively himself.

Percival Graves holding up his right hand and gravely intoning “I comma square bracket recruit’s name square bracket comma do solemnly swear by square bracket recruit’s deity of choice square bracket to uphold the Laws and Ordinances of the city of New York -”

The threat of Percival Graves going spare hanging over every auror who messed up. ‘Graves will go spare’ is the ultimate deterrent whispered to the foolish who’re about to do something stupid.

Percival Graves wearing his shoes down until they’re about to fall off, because it lets him feel the city streets through his boots.

Percival Graves sitting on the steps of the Woolworth building with a cup of hot chocolate.

Percival Graves and Gondulphus ‘Old Stoneface’ Graves.

Percival Graves falling for Newt Scamander, the man who’s far too attached to dragons and literally spends all his time caring for his creatures.

Percival Graves struggling through the need to make all the shit he sees in his work easier to bear through alcohol. Percival Graves keeping a bottle of firewhiskey in his desk drawer just to prove that he can, never touching it.

Percival Graves and the Beast.
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*makes an original post and checks the notes every two minutes*

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Today I learned that the university of Coimbra in Portugal has

a great 18th-century library, the Biblioteca Joanina, that maintains a colony of bats to effectively control the population of paper-eating insects called

papirófagos.

These bats are less than an inch long. They roost during the day behind the bookcases and come out at night. There doesn’t seem to be any English word for

papirófago, a cursory search turns up no details about what sort of insect they are, and ngl I am slightly concerned about them as a phenomenon. But I think my overarching point here is clear: 

This library keeps tiny bats that look after the books.

I’m here for tiny bats saving books.

Look at their little faces, they’re good bats.

I trust them and I think they’re doing a good job

@darthrevaan

…ok, I saw this, and all I could think about was the Black Library.
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