rararabbit

Sara, Glasgow tattoo apprentice.I paint ugly things.

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Harry Potter:

Tell us about a scar on your body

Hermione Granger:

What is your favorite book, how many times have you read it, and why do you love it?

Ron Weasley:

Something you're afraid of?

Luna Lovegood:

One thing that makes you different from everyone else.

Fred Weasley:

Can you do any magic tricks? What is the best one you can do? If you can't do any, what's the best one you've seen?

George Weasley:

What is the best prank you've ever played on someone?

Neville Longbottom:

Tell us an embarrassing story.

Narcissa Malfoy:

Do you have a good relationship with your family? Who are you closest to?

Voldemort:

If you were to create a Horcrux(s), what would it be and why?

Bellatrix Lestrange:

Have you ever loved someone who could never love you back?

Ginny Weasley:

Have you ever been in love with an unexpected person?

Hedwig:

If you went to Hogwarts, what kind of pet would you bring? (ex: cat, owl, rat, frog)

Draco Malfoy:

Is it better to be feared or to be loved?

Rubeus Hagrid:

What is your favorite mystical creature?

Dolores Umbridge:

Make a list of rules that your family (or whoever you choose) would have to follow if you made the rules.

Lucius Malfoy:

What is your most prized possession?

Molly Weasley:

What is the proudest moment of your life?

Dobby:

Who are you most loyal to?

Sirius Black:

Have you ever been accused of doing something you didn't do?

Argus Filch:

What's the worst job you've ever had?

Dudley Dursley:

How many presents do you usually receive on your birthday?

Peter Pettigrew:

Are you a leader or a follower?

Cedric Diggory:

Have you ever had a near death experience?

Albus Dumbledore:

What is the greatest obstacle you have ever overcome in your life?

Minerva McGonagall:

What is your favorite spell?

Severus Snape:

Are you a trustworthy person?

Remus Lupin:

If you transform into any one animal or creature, which one would it be?

Uncle Vernon:

What is your favorite day of the week?

Mad Eye Moody:

Who is the bravest person you know?

Arthur Weasley:

What do you think is the best "muggle" invention?

Professor Sprout:

What is your favourite class that is offered at Hogwarts?

Nymphadora Tonks:

If you could change one thing about your appearance what would it be?

Moaning Mertile:

What is something that always makes you cry?

James Potter:

Would you risk your life to save someone you truly love?

Lily Potter:

What color eyes do you have?

Professor Trelawney:

Have you ever dreamt something was going to happen and then it happened?

Mr. Ollivander:

What would your wand look like?

Lavender Brown:

Who is the last person who texted and have you ever had a crush on them?

Cho Chang:

If you were on the Quidditch team, what position would you play?

Aunt Petunia:

What is your favorite flower?

fallintotheparty:

There is another side to Glasgow today.
After the rioting by a minority group of unionists in Glasgow’s George Square last night, which shamed and embarrassed our wonderful country, a new scene showed its face today.
Several groups of people have now left over 100 bags with donations for Glasgow’s homeless food banks on George Square under peace flags. This is the Glasgow and Scotland that I know and love.
We will continue fighting for a better country. To bring an end to austerity, to food banks, to immoral, illegal nuclear weapons of mass destruction.

fallintotheparty:

There is another side to Glasgow today.

After the rioting by a minority group of unionists in Glasgow’s George Square last night, which shamed and embarrassed our wonderful country, a new scene showed its face today.

Several groups of people have now left over 100 bags with donations for Glasgow’s homeless food banks on George Square under peace flags. This is the Glasgow and Scotland that I know and love.

We will continue fighting for a better country. To bring an end to austerity, to food banks, to immoral, illegal nuclear weapons of mass destruction.

(via youknowyourescottishwhen)

kankrisgreatwhiteprivilege:

ouch

petemaximoff:

just so you know what is going on in my country right now:

  • votes came in for independence 45% yes 55% no
  • media very “”no”” centred and bias
  • unionists are now attacking yes voters
  • they are burning our saltire giving nazi salutes
  • our first minister resigns

please signal boost this 

ellisbender said: Sorry for being an idiot but I am kind of confused as to the whole situation in Scotland. I no that they just voted to remain part of the UK but what is going on now?? And who is doing all of the spray painting??? Once again sorry for being dumb.

inglourious-babes:

Honestly, don’t worry, even people in the UK don’t know what’s happening because we have shocking media censorship over here. 

Okay, so for the last two years, Alex Salmond (now former first minister of Scotland) and the SNP and all the grassroots Yes campaigns, have been campaigning for the Independence of Scotland from the Union of Britain. Now this isn’t the first time this has happened, we had a referendum in the 70s, and it was swinging heavily towards a Yes vote for independence, but Margaret Thatcher and her cronies got their claws in and put in (now) illegal measures to ensure that didn’t happen. We got basic devolution powers later, which allowed us to form our own government with EXTREMELY limited powers. The Yes campaign did a brilliant job, but because the media in the UK is entirely right-wing biased, the fear mongering got to people and Independence was rejected 45-55. And while it’s not what I wanted, that is a very promising result, meaning people are getting more informed. 

This is were it gets weird.

So the No (or pro-union) campaign won the referendum, but because the vote was counted by area they “lost” the vote in certain areas. One of these areas was Glasgow in which a majority voted to leave the Union. Glasgow has a long history of violence, but it has done VERY well recently in remaining peaceful, and the Yes campaign has never once acted violently in their campaigning so it seemed like the result of this referendum should be reacted to peacefully.

In George Square (largely regarded as the unofficial HQ for the Yes campaign) which is right next door to the single busiest shopping street in Glasgow, a few Yes campaigners were out there today protesting/campaigning peacefully. 

The NO campaign has been constantly associated with notoriously violent groups. The Orange Order (A protestant extremist organisation, at their first rally they through a glass bottle at a twelve year old girl and have shoved and punched Yes voters) and the Rangers Football Club fans (incredibly religious and violent group). 

During the peaceful Yes Protest in George Square, hundreds of Unionists carrying Union Jacks and singing “God Save the Queen” and Rangers football club songs marched towards them, shoving and harassing passing innocent Yes voters. The majority of them are middle aged men, and have been seen spitting at women wearing Yes badges and calling them Scum. The police arrived to form a barrier, which antagonized the Unionist, and they charged at the Yes protesters. 

Usually I’m not the biggest fan of the police, but right now they are doing a top-notch job of at least not allowing this to break into a massacre. I have heard reports of Yes voters being stabbed, beaten up and attacked with hammers. Yes voters are being told not to wear their badges and to take their posters down to avoid harrassment and vandalism.

Here’s some eyewitness stuff

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This is what Britain is. 

I’m going to post this publicly, please reblog. To anyone in Glasgow tonight, please stay safe.