The Brompton Bitch;
a woman with the power of photoshop and the bitchiness of a pre-schooler. 23 and lost in her own world. Empathy is my second name. Vengeance my third.



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tarynsullivan:

bromptoncocktail-wench:

tarynsullivan:

I seriously need to see this now that I know it exists

What. Is this real?

It’s legit real.  It was a British TV movie series back in 2007.  I suppose with all the fame of Harry Potter and that film series wrapping up, this got overlooked.

Nice! It looks pretty good so I might as well get in contact with my Welsh people and have them check the prices for me. Haha


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You know what song Avenged Sevenfold should put back on their setlist? 

clairvoyantconstellations:

luvsavengedsevenfold:

Clairvoyant Disease - it’s the most bluesy and least metalcore song from Waking the Fallen. That’s be the best song for uniting both sections of the fanbase. <3

I know right!! And I totally didn’t steal my blog name from that!

M.I.A. should be back, too! And they should start playing Brompton Cocktail live again because this song is like my fucking anthem and I know I can’t be the only one!


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tastefullyoffensive:

Video: Nick Offerman Recites Some Profound Shower Thoughts [gifs via]


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That list you reblogged about the Harry Potter villans who are more interesting than Snape is just wrong. Ugh I can't even. How are any of them interesting? I don't know who Regulus Arturus Black is (is he Sirius dad?) but All of the other characters are boring and one demensional and their stories aren't nearly as fascinating as Snapes.
Anonymous

marauders4evr:

I don’t know what I should be more offended at. “Sirius’ dad” or the fact they you don’t think that these characters are interesting. Now I will admit that Snape’s story is interesting as well. The psychological analyses that can be done on that man…but thess other characters are just as/perhaps even more interesting in their own way.

Let me passionately break the list down.

-peter pettigrew (!!!)

Peter! How can you not be fascinated by Peter? The true example of how fear can push you to do terrible things. For a decade, Peter had three amazing friends who he practically worshipped. But he was overcome by fear and gave into Voldemort, ultimately betraying his friend (and his friend’s family) and framing his other friend. Can you stop for a moment and imagine the sheer mental strain…the pressure…the breaking point…the snapping…the fear…the anger…the guilt and confusion that this man faced?

-narcissa malfoy

Holy crap I love Narcissa. If you don’t think that this woman is interesting then you are 100% wrong, sir. I mean, there she was for five books, scarcely mentioned. Then WHAM the sixth book comes along and she’s scared for her son and she makes Severus protect him because he’s just a boy. And all of a sudden, you have a parallel. You have a marvelous parallel between her and Molly. I can’t even begin to describe how amazing this parallel is. All of a sudden, we see Narcissa as a mother. She may be a villain, sure. But above all, she’s a mother who just wants to protect her son. And if that doesn’t make her badass enough, she looks into Voldemort’s red eyes and declares that Harry Potter is dead. Lying to the Dark Lord (the master of lie-defection) with just a few seconds of preparation. Narcissa Black. Is. A. BAMF.

-gellert grindlewald

We don’t know much about him. HOWEVER do you know what makes him great? The fact that he was a hero in his own mind. Dear god, I love the whole notion that every villain is a hero in his own right. And he was. He plotted all of the greater good stuff because he wanted to be the hero, the savior, of the wizarding world. He was horrendously wrong and hundreds of people suffered but again, it’s psychologically interesting. Forget Voldemort-Hitler parallels. Grindewald was the closest to Hitler. How is that not interesting?

-barty crouch jr.

Just the thought of Barty being controlled by the Imperius Curse for years by his hateful father is interesting. Let alone all of his actions and his horrible fate which wasn’t mentioned in the movie at all (along with dozens of other things).

-horace slughorn

Slughorn’s motifs are always interesting. He isn’t villainous, per say, but he certainly is greedy and manipulative. I’d be lying if I said he was the most interesting character but he had his moments. And never forget that, despite being the head of Slytherin, he stayed to help fight the Death Eaters. That’s just amazing. 
-kreacher the house elf

Sweet Merlin’s trousers, let’s talk about Kreacher! I don’t know where to start. Should I talk about the disgustingly fascinating way that house-elves have to obey their masters and the parallels of slavery IRL? Should I talk about how it probably never occurred to him that the Black family values are wrong and he accepted their views without question. Should I talk about the way he blindly worshipped his masters? Should I talk about the fact that he tried again and again to destroy the locket because Master Regulus told him so but he couldn’t and imagine how horrible he must have felt? Not to mention: house-elf army!

-dolores umbridge

Man even Umbridge is interesting in her own way. Umbridge is the combination of that horrible teacher and horrible authority figure that abuses their power with little regard to the feelings of others. She verges on the line of psychopathy while still wearing pink and smile. How the heck are you not fascinated up this woman?

AND FINALLY

-regulus black

Not Sirius’ father but rather his brother, who was a year younger than him. Whereas Sirius rebelled against his family, Regulus gave in to the beliefs and pressure. He was the perfect son. He got sorted into Slytherin. He became a Death Eater. Until he saw just how far Voldemort was willing to go to achieve his means. And what does Regulus do? At the age of eighteen, he attempts to destroy one of Voldemort’s horcruxes. Quietly. Passively. He wasn’t looking to be a hero. He wasn’t looking for the attention and admiration. He just wanted to do the right thing. So he sends his house-elf to safety and is horrifically killed. When’s the last time you heard THAT story?

In conclusion: JK Rowling really knows how to write a variety of characters. Also, my thumbs hurt from typing all of this out on my phone.

omg that’s such a great description of everyone! And I totally agree and I think that anonymous person didn’t read the last book or (s)he would know who Regulus is…

Fact is that even though I hate, for example, Dolores Umbridge, I still think she is an incredible character and so perfectly thought-through.


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tarynsullivan:

I seriously need to see this now that I know it exists

What. Is this real?


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teddytrumpet:

gotpasta:

cosbyykidd:

sickomobb:

ghivashels:

colinmorgasms:

what if obama does the ice bucket challenge and nominates queen elizabeth

what if obama actually talks about what’s going on in ferguson

what if obama stopped exterminating the middle eastern population with drones

what if obama lowered my gotdamn tuition

What if everyone gets educated and stops acting like the President can make decisions for the country by themselves

^that one 


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» Pop Evil Ice Bucket Challenge at the Rockstar Uproar Festival in Cincinnati




Dear Prongs,

No surprise, your and Lily’s son turned out to be the best kid in the world. Not exactly sure how much of a part I had to play in that, but I hope you’re happy and not too deeply regretting making me Harry’s godfather instead of Moony. I’d say I’ll try to keep him out of trouble more, except he does a good job of that himself. He’s a good kid, and a damn good Seeker, too. You’d be proud of Harry, if you were here, Merlin’s Beard you would be proud.

Cheers,
Padfoot

Tears. Too beautiful. It hurts. 





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psychosis-bliss:

dance-0f-the-damned:

What Does Human Flesh Taste Like? 
In 2007, psychotic German cannibal Armin Meiwes (seen in the gif above) - who’s serving a life sentence for killing and eating a man - likened human flesh to pork. In his first TV interview, Meiwes stated:
"I sauteed the steak of Bernd, with salt, pepper, garlic and nutmeg. I had it with Princess croquettes, Brussels sprouts and a green pepper sauce," he said. "The flesh tastes like pork, a little bit more bitter, stronger. It tastes quite good."
Alferd Packer, famous for killing and devouring five members of his Rocky Mountains prospecting party when provisions ran low, told a reporter in 1883 that breast muscle tissue was “the sweetest meat” he’d ever tasted.
Omaima Nelson, who cooked and ate her husband in 1991, echoed Packer’s sentiment, calling the ribs she prepared “so sweet.”
Jeffrey Dahmer, The Milwaukee Cannibal, was far more specific and bluntly stated that human flesh tasted like beef.
Years later, anthropologist Jeremy MacClancy of Oxford Brookes University interviewed the natives of New Hebrides islands, located in the South Pacific. Interestingly, many of the islanders told him that human meat is “very sweet.” 
Issei Sagawa claimed the flesh was just like raw tuna.
However the most complete description came about in the 1920’s when journalist William Seabrook traveled to West Africa and recorded in his book, “Jungle Ways,” that human cuts taste like veal:
"It was like good, fully developed veal, not young, but not yet beef. It was very definitely like that, and it was not like any other meat I had ever tasted. It was so nearly like good, fully developed veal that I think no person with a palate of ordinary, normal sensitiveness could distinguish it from veal. It was mild, good meat with no other sharply defined or highly characteristic taste such as for instance, goat, high game, and pork have. The steak was slightly tougher than prime veal, a little stringy, but not too tough or stringy to be agreeably edible. The roast, from which I cut and ate a central slice, was tender, and in color, texture, smell as well as taste, strengthened my certainty that of all the meats we habitually know, veal is the one meat to which this meat is accurately comparable."
Source: Here.Gif: swear-on-satan

Edit: Issei Sagawa claimed the flesh “fell apart” like raw tuna.

I instantly recognised him and have another edit:Meiwes ate a part of Brandes&#8217; penis while he was still alive and stored the rest of the flesh in a fridge to eat later on. Apparently, so Meiwes claims, Brandes agreed to this all, including the murder on himself.

psychosis-bliss:

dance-0f-the-damned:

What Does Human Flesh Taste Like? 

  • In 2007, psychotic German cannibal Armin Meiwes (seen in the gif above) - who’s serving a life sentence for killing and eating a man - likened human flesh to pork. In his first TV interview, Meiwes stated:

"I sauteed the steak of Bernd, with salt, pepper, garlic and nutmeg. I had it with Princess croquettes, Brussels sprouts and a green pepper sauce," he said. "The flesh tastes like pork, a little bit more bitter, stronger. It tastes quite good."

  • Alferd Packer, famous for killing and devouring five members of his Rocky Mountains prospecting party when provisions ran low, told a reporter in 1883 that breast muscle tissue was “the sweetest meat” he’d ever tasted.
  • Omaima Nelson, who cooked and ate her husband in 1991, echoed Packer’s sentiment, calling the ribs she prepared “so sweet.”
  • Jeffrey Dahmer, The Milwaukee Cannibal, was far more specific and bluntly stated that human flesh tasted like beef.
  • Years later, anthropologist Jeremy MacClancy of Oxford Brookes University interviewed the natives of New Hebrides islands, located in the South Pacific. Interestingly, many of the islanders told him that human meat is “very sweet.” 
  • Issei Sagawa claimed the flesh was just like raw tuna.
  • However the most complete description came about in the 1920’s when journalist William Seabrook traveled to West Africa and recorded in his book, “Jungle Ways,” that human cuts taste like veal:

"It was like good, fully developed veal, not young, but not yet beef. It was very definitely like that, and it was not like any other meat I had ever tasted. It was so nearly like good, fully developed veal that I think no person with a palate of ordinary, normal sensitiveness could distinguish it from veal. It was mild, good meat with no other sharply defined or highly characteristic taste such as for instance, goat, high game, and pork have. The steak was slightly tougher than prime veal, a little stringy, but not too tough or stringy to be agreeably edible. The roast, from which I cut and ate a central slice, was tender, and in color, texture, smell as well as taste, strengthened my certainty that of all the meats we habitually know, veal is the one meat to which this meat is accurately comparable."

Source: Here.
Gif: swear-on-satan

Edit: Issei Sagawa claimed the flesh “fell apart” like raw tuna.

I instantly recognised him and have another edit:
Meiwes ate a part of Brandes’ penis while he was still alive and stored the rest of the flesh in a fridge to eat later on. Apparently, so Meiwes claims, Brandes agreed to this all, including the murder on himself.


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I need more of the Phelps twins on me blog.


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tarynsullivan:

itseasytoremember:

capslockapocalypse:

letmusicsetyoufreee:

frankienathanieljonas:

bubblelumps:

was voldemort a virgin

#did you see him in 5th year? #he wasnt a virgin

Imagine being the chick to do the frick frack with the Dark Lord Voldy. 

TUMBLR DOT COM: WHERE WE CAN DISCUSS HAVING SEX WITH VOLDEMORT BUT WE CAN’T ACTUALLY SAY THE WORD SEX

doing the do with you know who

Doing the you know what with he that shall not be named


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