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My list of fandoms is like a roll call by now, but a few of them are Star Trek, Avengers, Lord of the Rings, Hannibal, Supernatural, and honestly almost anything could appear on here, even het.

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All right, here I go on an unnecessary comment meta, because I fucking love this scene. I don’t even know why. They’re literally just fucking around with their little goddamn orc-killing game and being adorable. This scene wasn’t even in the theatrical release because I guess it didn’t flow right or some shit. If I had to hazard a guess why I love it so, I think it’s because I compare this Legolas to the one in the Hobbit movies.

Legolas just seems so angry and cold back then, except maybe when talking to Tauriel, and even then he’s still a thousand times more remote than he is in LOTR. I mean, Aragorn wasn’t even born back then, so Legolas probably had little to no dealings with mortals, seeing how much of an isolationist his father is. Then Gimli comes along with his dwarf self and, in a remarkably short time for an elf, Legolas just drops all prejudices towards dwarves and becomes his bff. I mean he just reverses hundreds of years of beliefs just so he can be a giant dork with Gimli. And look at the last gif—Legolas is clearly smiling adoringly at Gimli, clearly having the time of his life just talking to Gimli.

I mean, even if you don’t ship this romantically (you’re missing out, though), it’s pretty damn cool when one person who you never thought you would grow to even like comes along and changes your entire worldview.

#I have a lot of feelings #lotr #gigolas
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livelongandgetiton:

ormondhsacker:

christinefuckingchapel:

is that you hobby lobby

Am I the only one that’s a just a tiny bit pissed off that this is still an issue?

The Original Series wasn’t even in the general VICINITY of fucking around yo

OKAY, so you know I care about reboot and all, despite its problems, because that shit got me into Star Trek in the first place. But you wanna know its major problem? It’s not good science fiction. It’s an action movie in space. GOOD science fiction is the original fucking series, right here.

They took a social issue that was HIGHLY TABOO and made a show about it because you can get away with that kind of thing by putting it on another planet and just having the Enterprise point the bullshit out. It’s 2014 and this argument is sadly still relevant. And do you know why it’s still relevant? Because the average person isn’t well-educated in social issues. They’re well-educated in summer blockbusters. We need more science fiction that broadens the mind and just doesn’t pit good vs. evil. Star Wars is where you go for great action adventure, good vs. evil. Star Trek was wholly separate because it was concerned with the human condition and the state of the future.

In short, I will roundhouse kick anyone in the face that calls the original series a silly 60s camp show with no entertainment value. It made me contemplate my very existence and it did so on the budget of a bologna sandwich.

#star trek #tos #I have a lot of feelings
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I DON’T GIVE A SHIT ABOUT CONTEXT, I DON’T GIVE A SHIT ABOUT RATIONALITY, I DON’T GIVE A SHIT ABOUT ANYTHING IN THIS UNIVERSE EXCEPT THAT SPOCK STOOD IN FRONT OF KIRK AND FUCKING SAID, “I HAVE BEEN AND ALWAYS SHALL BE YOURS.” IS THAT A WEDDING PROPOSAL I HEAR???? RING THE FUCKING PON FARR GONG CAUSE WE GOT H TO THE U TO THE H-U-SBANDS!!! YOUR OTP IS PRAYING FOR SCREEN TIME TOGETHER WHILE MINE IS SO GAY THAT THEY CAN’T EVEN MANAGE TO WRITE A SIMPLE ‘HEY YOU MY BEST FRIEND, BRO’ SCENE WITHOUT (UN)INTENTIONALLY MAKING IT SEEM LIKE SPOCK IS FRICKIN PLEDGING HIS UNDYING DEVOTION TO HIS LUVAH. EVERY MOMENT THAT THESE TWO ARE ON SCREEN IS AN EPIC POEM ON BUTTSEX I SWEAR TO SURAK.



#this is who you follow #space husbands #star trek #I have a lot of feelings #spirk
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rynne replied to your post: Right so I’ve actually been reading th…

Haha. I never got into Drarry since I don’t care for Draco, but I had a Snarry phase and I remember the fic you mentioned in the tags — it’s called Mirror of Maybe, and it’s very interesting but still incomplete.

Yeah, that was the title! I know I read a couple more, because I was 16 and that’s the one fandom where I read all kinds of pairings. I think as I get older, I get more picky. I don’t even know if I would have been as obsessed with Harry/Draco had I started them now. I got into fandom a bit before Order of the Phoenix came out, so it was kind of this magical time where anything was possible and Sirius was alive and yeah I’m a bit sad now.



#rynne #oh yeah and talk to me about the time I actually shipped Harry/Hermione #it was while reading the last book and there was a lot of great shippy stuff #and I wanted ANYONE BUT GINNY #don't even talk to me about luna #and that god damn epilogue that stole all my dreams of post-hogwarts fix it fic where they break up #and don't name their kid the worst name in the history of names #albus severus makes mundungus look good #harry potter #I have a lot of feelings
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verifascinating said: I really really really agree with one of your tags about Supernatural regarding how the writer's forgot 8 seasons of the show! One of the big ones is how about Dean letting Sam say "yes" to Lucifer, knowing he'd gone down with him. What are some of the things you remember that they should have taken into account when writing that conversation at the end?

*cracks knuckles* I actually sat here for a while and contemplated this question, because your point of Dean letting Sam say yes to Lucifer, even when he damn well saw what the future would become if he did, hit me hard and I realized how stupid this current plotline really is.

Here are 4 off the top of my head from recent seasons

1. Letting Sam go through the trials to close the gates of hell in the first place. That’s what led us to this current buttfuckery.

2. Sending Castiel away so Sam could heal. You know that fucking hurt Dean, and I’m not even a shipper.

3. SAYING GOODBYE TO BENNY. Dean trusted Benny more than almost anyone, and he said ‘adios’ because Sam didn’t trust him.

4. Going to live with Lisa and Ben and live a normal life, because Sam asked. Because you know if he hadn’t, Dean would have been deal searching.

We’re not even going into all the little times Dean trusted Sam’s judgement over his own, like in the same fucking episode when Sam didn’t want to kill the fat sucking monster and Dean did. Should I mention Dean wanting so badly to leave the influence of his father and live a normal life in that correctional house but changed his mind when he saw Sam? How was that selfish? Being selfish would be Dean choosing to be normal. You know, like Sam has before.

So this is why I’m getting mad at Sam, and I hate it, HATE IT, because I really do love Sam but the writers are retconning like hell and reminding me of all the times they fucked over Sam’s character.

Like remember the whole Ruby debacle? That was fun. Or how about dog lady and how Sam didn’t bother trying to get Dean AND Castiel out of purgatory? How about his heaven containing his best memories being without Dean in them?

And I DESPISE thinking of these things because there have been plenty of times Sam did choose Dean and Sam is fucking lying when he said last night that if the tables were reversed, HE wouldn’t have done what Dean did with Gadreel.

Does Mystery Spot ring a bell? That whole episode was a godsend because until then we never got a real picture of how lost and desperate Sam would be without Dean. And who here can recall Sam’s desperation and need of Dean that he lowered himself to trusting Ruby and trying to sell his own soul for Dean? 

"I don’t want ten years. I don’t want one year. I don’t want candy! I want to trade places with Dean."

Sam’s greatest fear: Disappointing his brother. Remember When the Levee Breaks, Sam’s vision of his brother telling him he’s a monster? Greatest sin? “Letting you down.” Yeah, Sam psychologically needs his brother to believe and care for him, so I wonder where this idea got into Dean’s head that Sam needs him to sometimes make hard decisions for him, like living instead of giving up and dying.

To be honest, I’d have more faith in the show if Sam was just suicidal and just wants to die so he can finally rest. That would make a shitload more sense. I mean what, are they trying to fracture their relationship so Sam can be more of a nihilist and not have someone come to save him for when, I don’t know, Lucifer escapes his cage to get his vessel back and bring destruction down on humanity with the croatoan virus in the year 2014…

Oh, you motherfucking writers.



#though even money is on them just being inept writers #verifascinating #supernatural #wincest #I have a lot of feelings #rant #ask box #spn
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virgothepoet:


I was just watching Thor for about the 78th time…And I have a bone to pick.
Let’s set aside here everything that Loki has done, and focus on how he was raised. People probably think “So, Odin didn’t tell Loki he was adopted. So what? That happens”. But think about this…Odin kept Loki’s true parentage from him his whole life, all the while raising him to believe that the frost giants were evil monsters. Odin knew Loki was a frost giant. He knew that was in his blood. And still he drilled into Loki that they were disgusting, vile, evil monsters who deserved to be overthrown.
Odin also raised him with the notion that he would be a king someday. When Odin said that, he never meant the King of Asgard…he meant the King of Jotunheim. Using Loki as pretty much nothing more than a bargaining chip for their games. Instilling the beliefs of Asgard into Loki, so when Odin felt it was time, he could push Loki into Jotunheim, ruling it under the belief system of Asgard.
Which means that Odin knew eventually he would have to tell Loki who he really was. There was no way he could put Loki in Jotunheim without Loki discovering he too was a frost giant. So Odin took this child…this innocent child…and brainwashed him into believing horrible horrible things about a race of beings, full well knowing that eventually Loki would learn he was bred from that race of beings. 
I mean…what did Odin really think was going to happen? I don’t know if I truly buy Odin’s whole “I love both my sons as equals.” I personally think that is a crock of shit.
Odin enforced beliefs into Loki that in turn made Loki racist against himself. Beliefs imbedded so deeply that Loki went as far as to attempt to destroy his entire own race…which still meant absolutely nothing to everyone around him. So Loki was punished and nearly exiled all for doing something that he was raised to believe was right. No matter how hard he tried to gain respect by doing what he was taught, he was still emotionally neglected. A failure. And Odin, who could have truly reached out to Loki at his breaking point, instead decided to show disdain and contempt.
So why were Thor and Odin(or anyone) so surprised when Loki covered up his feelings of self resentment and diminished worth with malicious and desperate behavior? His whole life Loki had been told the frost giants were heinous, inferior monsters. So based upon the beliefs that Odin enforced into Loki’s mind that too meant he was a heinous, inferior monster.
So yes, Odin, why didn’t you tell Loki from the beginning? Because it sure as fuck wasn’t to protect him…
*This is all just my personal opinion, and everyone has a different take on the actions of each character. Which I respectfully accept*



What gets me is that none of this shit would have happened if he’d known his true parentage early on. He’d bitterly understand why he couldn’t be king, but he might have not resented Thor as much and he might have turned to other ambitions. He might even believe he was loved, despite not being blood.
Instead, he lives in his brother’s shadow all his life because of this, vying for a crown he was never in the running for anyway. The cruel irony is that when Loki finds out who he is, he actually tries to do what Thor was doing at the beginning of the film.
Let’s say that Thor was never banished and instead was just stripped of his power and Loki got to rule instead. Loki would probably tell Thor he wasn’t his brother, and Thor would say exactly what he’d said in the Avengers—we were raised together, we played together, and we fought together. Except this time Loki might have listened because Thor is hardly going to stop him from destroying Jotunheim and the bifrost fight never happened. Okay, I want this AU now.
But really, look how much the new movie highlighted Odin’s awfulness. He wanted Loki executed, executed, and made sure Loki knew that the only reason he was alive was because of his mother. He says that ‘we are not gods, we live, we die’, but later on he chastises Thor for caring about Jane and refers to her as a goat. This was the woman who changed Thor and made him worthy to lift mjolnir, but fuck all that, right? Now she’s an inconvenience. And when Thor suggests going after Malekith so as to stop him before he gets to Asgard and Odin says they’ll fight instead, Thor asks Odin how many of our men must die. As many as are needed. Thor asks how are you any different, and Odin says the difference is that he will win. 
Honestly, I hope Loki shanked his ass when he took the throne. All hail King Loki.

virgothepoet:

I was just watching Thor for about the 78th time…
And I have a bone to pick.

Let’s set aside here everything that Loki has done, and focus on how he was raised. People probably think “So, Odin didn’t tell Loki he was adopted. So what? That happens”. But think about this…Odin kept Loki’s true parentage from him his whole life, all the while raising him to believe that the frost giants were evil monsters. Odin knew Loki was a frost giant. He knew that was in his blood. And still he drilled into Loki that they were disgusting, vile, evil monsters who deserved to be overthrown.

Odin also raised him with the notion that he would be a king someday. When Odin said that, he never meant the King of Asgard…he meant the King of Jotunheim. Using Loki as pretty much nothing more than a bargaining chip for their games. Instilling the beliefs of Asgard into Loki, so when Odin felt it was time, he could push Loki into Jotunheim, ruling it under the belief system of Asgard.

Which means that Odin knew eventually he would have to tell Loki who he really was. There was no way he could put Loki in Jotunheim without Loki discovering he too was a frost giant. So Odin took this child…this innocent child…and brainwashed him into believing horrible horrible things about a race of beings, full well knowing that eventually Loki would learn he was bred from that race of beings. 

I mean…what did Odin really think was going to happen? I don’t know if I truly buy Odin’s whole “I love both my sons as equals.” I personally think that is a crock of shit.

Odin enforced beliefs into Loki that in turn made Loki racist against himself. Beliefs imbedded so deeply that Loki went as far as to attempt to destroy his entire own race…which still meant absolutely nothing to everyone around him. So Loki was punished and nearly exiled all for doing something that he was raised to believe was right. No matter how hard he tried to gain respect by doing what he was taught, he was still emotionally neglected. A failure. And Odin, who could have truly reached out to Loki at his breaking point, instead decided to show disdain and contempt.

So why were Thor and Odin(or anyone) so surprised when Loki covered up his feelings of self resentment and diminished worth with malicious and desperate behavior? His whole life Loki had been told the frost giants were heinous, inferior monsters. So based upon the beliefs that Odin enforced into Loki’s mind that too meant he was a heinous, inferior monster.

So yes, Odin, why didn’t you tell Loki from the beginning? Because it sure as fuck wasn’t to protect him…

*This is all just my personal opinion, and everyone has a different take on the actions of each character. Which I respectfully accept*

What gets me is that none of this shit would have happened if he’d known his true parentage early on. He’d bitterly understand why he couldn’t be king, but he might have not resented Thor as much and he might have turned to other ambitions. He might even believe he was loved, despite not being blood.

Instead, he lives in his brother’s shadow all his life because of this, vying for a crown he was never in the running for anyway. The cruel irony is that when Loki finds out who he is, he actually tries to do what Thor was doing at the beginning of the film.

Let’s say that Thor was never banished and instead was just stripped of his power and Loki got to rule instead. Loki would probably tell Thor he wasn’t his brother, and Thor would say exactly what he’d said in the Avengers—we were raised together, we played together, and we fought together. Except this time Loki might have listened because Thor is hardly going to stop him from destroying Jotunheim and the bifrost fight never happened. Okay, I want this AU now.

But really, look how much the new movie highlighted Odin’s awfulness. He wanted Loki executed, executed, and made sure Loki knew that the only reason he was alive was because of his mother. He says that ‘we are not gods, we live, we die’, but later on he chastises Thor for caring about Jane and refers to her as a goat. This was the woman who changed Thor and made him worthy to lift mjolnir, but fuck all that, right? Now she’s an inconvenience. And when Thor suggests going after Malekith so as to stop him before he gets to Asgard and Odin says they’ll fight instead, Thor asks Odin how many of our men must die. As many as are needed. Thor asks how are you any different, and Odin says the difference is that he will win. 

Honestly, I hope Loki shanked his ass when he took the throne. All hail King Loki.



#meta #thor the dark world #spoilers #I have a lot of feelings #Loki #thor tdw
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starkblackmagic replied to your post: Ass-numbingly bored. Anyone want to talk about ships or ask me ship questions? Otherwise I might actually have to do something productive and I just want to fangirl.

Tell me your trek OTP feels, let’s go with new movie trek because if we go full canonical we could be here for days. HIT ME.

LIKE THOSE WILL TAKE LESS TIME FOR ME TO TALK ABOUT, LOL.

All right, let’s see:

1.) The entire fucking movie is about their relationship and them falling in love with each other. THE WRITERS WORDS, NOT MINE. I mean, we all know the parallels between them and how the plot is based on their actions, but it’s even crazier if you include the deleted scenes. They filmed both of their births, both of them having bad childhoods and raging against those who wrong them, both join Starfleet because they don’t like the path they’re on, and the rest goes just like a romantic comedy.

2.) The transporter scene. No, not the one where Spock and Uhura kiss, although that scene is amusing. No, I’m talking about the one where Spock is beaming to the surface of a dying Vulcan and Kirk just beamed back from near death. It isn’t that Kirk tells Spock that he shouldn’t do that and to stop, it’s hisvoice. He actually sounds scared and upset. Theyhateeach other at this point, but he still gives that much emotion over Spock’s possible demise.

3.) The fucking EYEFUCKING. Their eyesnever leave each other. I’m serious, remember when Kirk’s getting his hand wrapped up and he’s looking at Spock with sympathy? Or before they warp into Vulcan and they just happen to look at each other? Or when they’re in the Jellyfish and Spock stares as Kirk leaves, because damn if he’s starting to believe that Kirk can doanything.

4.) SPOCK. PRIME. He cinched the deal for me, and I was shipping from the moment he appeared. It’semotionally drainingto watch his scenes because it’s infinitely clear how close Spock Prime was to his Kirk, and you see the change in Kirk, how he’s seeinghisSpock in a different light and yeah, mindmelds and ‘so you do feel’ and ‘I learned it from an old friend’ ajldfja;dslfjasdlfkja;sdlfkjasdl;fjk

5.) The bridge fight. I’m just, it’s so homoerotic and it’s so like Amok Time and Spock loses control because of Kirk and they’re in each other’s faces and Kirk looks so sorry that he had to do that and Spock looks so lost but then a minute ago Spock was choking him and grabbing and fire and I’m this easy, aren’t I?

6.) SPOCK WAS GOING TO LEAVE AT THE END OF THE MOVIE. He was all set on going to Vulcan and rebuilding his race, which sounds like it’s going to take a damn long time. I’m fairly sure he talked that over with Uhura and they either broke up sensibly or started a long-distance relationship. What makes him stay in Starfleet? The promise that he and Kirk are going to need each other and have a friendship that will define them both. Sure, he may respect Kirk, but he doesn’t like him at this point and surely doesn’t see how that can possibly be true when they’re so different. But hefeelsthe truth of it. TBH, the saddest part of the movie is how pleased Uhura is that Spock is back, because I think she believes it’s because ofher. Oh honey, see the engineering section for a top lad.



#starkblackmagic #I have a lot of feelings #star trek #space husbands #stxi
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stfw12:

sigridhr:

bigmamag:

I approve of this post. 

Ummmm…okay, here comes my Trek geek.  No.

He smiled at Uhura in TOS when she was singing to him.

Also, in the picture above he is coming off of a Pon Farr high, so not sure it counts.

I think he may have smiled for McCoy a few times too when they were nagging each other.

You’re referencing Charlie X, one of the early episodes where Spock’s character was not hammered out and he “smiled” at things all the time. It wasn’t until The Menagerie two-parter (nine episodes) that Nimoy and others decided that Spock never smiles at all unless it’s an exceptional circumstance.

I differentiate between those smiles and the one in Amok Time because there’s a difference between these

and this

You can make the argument, “so what, his character traits were changed somewhat. He still smiled,” that’s also valid and you can do that, no big deal. I don’t mind changing the wording of this post from “smile” to “smile like the sun rising after a stormy night.” However, I’m someone who goes on the Spock characterization of another 70 episodes and seven movies (reboot counts for me), not nine early episodes that also feature Sulu as the ship’s botonist.



#I see your geek #and raise you a nerd #also you can't help but notice that he's mostly smiling at Kirk #star trek #space husbands #I have a lot of feelings
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whatsleftofyou:

dorydafish:

I often wonder why it’s easier for people to gloss over all the harassment and bullying a character like Puck did towards Kurt, then it is to get over Dave’s equally atrocious behaviour towards him.

Is it simply that people think what Puck did to Kurt wasn’t as bad? Because it seems pretty clear that Puck had been bullying Kurt like this since they first started high school, whereas Dave’s focused bullying of Kurt only occurred for a few weeks/a month or two in their Junior year, not to say that either are worse than the other, both are equally bad regardless of how long it was going on for.

Is it because people think Dave’s behaviour was worse? Does Dave giving Kurt a false death threat automatically erase the fact that Puck had been throwing him into dumpsters daily, slamming him into lockers, throwing slushies at him, urinating into balloons and then throwing them at him, taking the time to go to his house and nail his lawn furniture to his roof, as well as probably other bullying standards?

Is Puck ok to forgive rather than Dave simply because he’s in glee club? Because he’s considered more attractive? Because people enjoy his singing voice? Does that excuse his behaviour and the fact he never apologised or made it up to Kurt? The fact that his behaviour towards him was simply dropped and never acknowledged again?

I’m not against Puck, I like his character, but is it not somewhat disgusting that characters like Puck are automatically forgiven, no matter what their actions? That they have their actions are glossed over and swept under the rug, while a character like Dave is still demonised? 

What’s the real difference between them? Their actions towards and treatment of Kurt were equally horrendous. 

Has Dave not changed for the better? Has he not reformed himself? Apologised? Earned Kurt’s forgiveness? Why are we still demonising him? The character he harassed and bullied has forgiven him, so why are we still hung up on it? It is not our life, it is not our experience (though many have gone through similar situations), it is not our decision to make whether or not Kurt would or should forgive Dave and move on, the character of Kurt has already made that decision for himself, it’s time to accept it and move on – It’s time to actually look at the character Dave is now.

I just have a massive problem with Glee and their double standards with bullying full stop.  

It’s okay for Sue to hospitalise people by pushing them down the stairs - because its funny?

It’s okay for Puck to shove Artie down the stairs - because it’s funny?

It’s okay for Quinn to write things like ‘get sterilised’ to Rachel on her Myspace page - because it’s funny?

Santana’s said ‘I’m going to kill you’ to Quinn before starting a girlfight.

WTF Glee…

Glee way of picking and choosing what they consider as ‘real’ bullying disgusts me.

Sorry for the rant.  It just annoys the fuck out of me.

^ was thinking about all this yesterday morning. 100% backed.

God, all of this. I think people get over Puck so easily because we barely see him bully Kurt. With Dave, we saw that shit for several episodes. Also, it really is about being gay, in the end. Puck doesn’t want to date Kurt and never kissed him. I bet no one would have had an issue had that never happened and Dave just joined Glee club as another (straight) jock. But throw in a kiss? Suddenly it’s rape! and death threat! The kiss wasn’t about bullying, not really. That was honesty and Dave finally breaking down and going for what he really wanted. He didn’t do it to hurt Kurt, but it did nonetheless. And as for the death threat…once again, Glee double standards. Dave was going too far, but now that we know him better, can you really say he would have gone through with it? He was terrified. If Kurt had been just a shade less noble, he could have outed Dave the second he left that locker room. I’ve known people in the closet and they really are that scared of being discovered. It turns you into a whole other person, because the closer people get to finding out the real you, the closer they get to hating you and bullying you in turn.

But after all this time and the big apology and the suicide attempt and Kurt forgiving him and how Dave was bullied (and will continue to get bullied, now that he’s out), how can anyone sit there and say that he’s worse than every type of character we’ve come across yet? That’s why I hate this show and don’t go near the fandom, but I still have to watch whenever Dave’s on because dude, I get it. You know more than any of us how badly you fucked up and no one can hate you more than yourself, so I’ll just side with Kurt and make you feel good about yourself.

#glee #karofsky #I have a lot of feelings
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I am now going to see if there are fanvids for this. If they are even halfway decent, I’m posting ‘em.



#music #I have a lot of feelings #every pairing should use this song #fandom
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minorlytwisted:

living-death:

okay

so

they

as in the harry potter cast

filmed a scene where

draco throws harry the wand and runs to the good side

and i’m BEYOND pissed that they didn’t put that in

and not because i’m a drarry shipper

but because they made him look cowardly running away at the end of the battle

omg

i just can’t even

they put in a voldy/draco hug

but not this

like

fuck everything

I disagree.

While this would have been delicious for the Darry shippers, (myself included) It was in no way in the book. And in the end? ya, they did run away. Why? because the Malfoy’s wanted to be together. Family, through and through.

If this had been in the movie, die hard fans would revolted violently.

Having said that, I hope I find a Darry fanfic of this ♥

Actually, Draco didn’t run away in the book. Sure, he didn’t fight, but at the end of the battle he’s in the Great Hall with his family and he clearly chose not to follow Voldemort. The movies are constantly changing the exact events of the book, and for them to, as the op said, include Draco actually hugging Voldemort? It makes the last scene confusing because why is Harry and co. okay with seeing Draco at the train station instead of, you know, sneering at the little coward who joined Voldemort’s side and ran away from the battle to save their own skins?



#I have a lot of feelings #harry potter #draco malfoy
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