“Remus Dobby Potter, you were named after the two people who actually gave a shit about my well being. One of them was a house elf and I’d much rather see you become that than a fucking Slytherin. Don’t come back unless you’re wearing red and gold you little shit.”
I had a dream where every person, at exactly midnight on new years following their 22nd birthday, they possessed the body of their soulmate and people ran around trying to figure out who they were so that they could find eachother, and they left notes for the body’s owner to find with their address. And there were some language gaps so people had to translate it and travel to different countries carrying the notes they were left, and it was great
what i’d really like is for someone to objectively watch me for a week or so and then just sit down with me for a few hours and explain to me what i am like and how i look to others and what my personality is in detail and how i need to improve where do i sign up for that
LGBTQIAP+ characters, protagonists with disabilities, more movies with PoC (maybe a few that don’t turn their protags into animals for 90% of the film, yeah? Havent gotten that since the 90s), anything. Literally anything.
I just wanna say that if you’re in the pit then you’re underrated because you’re amazing and nobody realizes how much skill and discipline and coordination and strength and intelligence and dedication it takes to be in the pit and I love you so much and I want all your autographs and keep chopping out because what you do is amazing, hitting like five hundred keys per second with two to four mallets in your hand and hitting the correct notes and everything and keeping the tempo when you’re the farthest away from the drum line and playing multiple instruments in one song sometimes and hauling around those two hundred pound instruments and wow
As a pit member, it’s nice to feel appreciated. People always assume we have it so “easy” because we don’t march, but it’s like…we trade moving for about 40 other responsibilities. It all balances out in the end, although I do feel like sometimes Pit has it worse (and this is coming from someone who’s been on both sides of it, on the field marching and in the pit)