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"Hey!" I [Charlie Parker] said.
"Fuck you mean, ‘Hey’?"
"Don’t smoke in the car."
"It’s my car."
"Your secondary fumes are a danger to my health."
Louis choked on a mouthful of smoke before raising one carefully plucked eyebrow in my direction. “You been beaten up, shot twice, drowned, electrocuted, frozen, injected with poisons, three of your damn teeth been kicked out of your head by an old man everybody thought was dead, and you worried about secondary smoke? Secondary smoke ain’t no danger to your health. You a danger to your health.”
With that, he returned his attention to his driving.
I let him smoke the cigar in peace.
After all, he had a point.
~The Killing Kind, by John Connolly
What if humans had wings and the feathers were the same color as our natural hair color but we could dye them different colors if we wanted to or add glitter and there were salons dedicated to wings where we could get them preened and colored and there was a whole section of fashion and health dedicated to wings and work-outs designed to make your flight muscles stronger for endurance or speed and and and
Dude, what are you on? I want a hit.
ravenclaws who are brilliant but fail to ever do homework
slytherins who help with temp agencies and get people into Wizarding businesses
gryffindors who do kind things anonymously instead of being knightly
hufflepuffs who speak their minds and make social change in school
Hogwarts students who defy the stereotypes of their houses while still belonging