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DeAnna aka Dee or Meowbooks. Student of Life. Hufflepuff. Whovian.
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thesunshinemonster:

3 - Dumbledore

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transtonks:

nah man just imagine Tonks during her years at Hogwarts making herself look like Dumbledore for no real reason other than to confuse the hell out of other students by plopping down next to them and asking them weirdass questions like if they’ve ironed their socks in the last week and then walking away

Imagine Dumbledore realising she’s doing it and joining in so that sometimes there are two Dumbledores talking to one student.

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jazyyyyyyy:

Harry Potter and The Order of The Phoenix

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rfweasley:

#dumbledore: the most quotable thing since mean girl

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She threw a sharp, sideways glance at Dumbledore here, as though hoping he was going to tell her something, but he didn’t, so she went on: ‘A fine thing it would be if, on the very day You-Know-Who seems to have disappeared at last, the Muggles found out about us all. I suppose he really HAS gone, Dumbledore?’
‘It certainly seems so,’ said Dumbledore. ‘We have much to be thankful for. Would you care for a sherbet lemon?
‘A WHAT?’
‘A sherbet lemon. They’re a kind of Muggle sweet I’m rather fond of’

-Harry Potter and the Philospher’s Stone. Chapter One ‘The Boy Who Lived’ (Page13)

Dumbledore’s Funny Moments.

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Behind the scenes for Goblet of Fire. (2005)

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thehpfacts:

Happy 71st birthday to Sir Michael John Gambon, who played Albus Dumbledore in Prisoner of Azkaban and subsequent films following the death of Richard Harris. Enjoy your day, sir!

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thehpfacts:

Here we are now, 14 years later, and we can all recognize the truth in Dumbledore’s words.

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jejejessica:

This is how you successfully piss off most of tumblr in one picture.. Haha.

It’s like one of those “what’s wrong with this picture?” puzzles.XD Three fandoms in one…

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Unpopular opinion: I respect and am fond of Snape because he endured all the crap in his life, from his parents in childhood, to James in adolescence, and finally Dumbledore in adulthood, etc. However, he was not justified at all to be so rude to Hermione. I can almost understand Harry and Ron, but Hermione? He had absolutely no right to be so discriminating and downright mean.

Perhaps Hermione reminded him of Lily? I don’t mean to imply that he was attracted to Hermione, but there are similarities between her and Lily. Lily came from a muggle family, was clever*, compassionate, strong, and stood up for what she believed in. Before her friendship with Severus ended, she stood up for him and later she was counted among those who had defied Voldemort.

Another reason is Snape trusted Dumbledore just as the others did (perhaps not as wholeheartedly and fondly, but it was trust). Dumbledore always suspected Voldemort would return. How strange would it be for Snape to be fair to muggle-borns and then, later return to Voldemort’s side in his already tricky position?

Snape had been a person who was proud of his magical side and ashamed of his non-magical side based on his actions and self-proclaimed name as the half-blood Prince. We don’t know if he ever completely shook off his prejudices and we know he carried his resentment of James and Sirius for years. 

I’m not saying any of this justifies his treatment of Hermione, but it’s my take on it.

*Just a side note:We don’t know if she was as clever Hermione in almost everything. 

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