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  1. Fair point. On the other hand, what about the parents? I don't see how muggle parents would be OK with sending their kids somewhere for 10 months each year without any means to contact them apart from a shrieking and pooping bird. I understand that wizards don't give a crap about muggles' opinions, but I wonder if there is a possibility for parents to refuse their children attending the school. Without, you know, someone obliviating them and kidnapping the child. Maybe I'm looking at it from a wrong perspective, as I am not familiar with boarding schools at all. Wow, it seems I have some
  2. While I'm going to miss this format, I hope we will never need a revival.
  3. To be honest, I've had this thought even in 00's as I was reading. I would have loved to go there, but I can't imagine not being able to phone home to my mother on a daily basis. Owl post was just stupid. The whole system seems to be designed to alienate muggleborn kids from their muggle families as much as possible.
  4. This was honestly one of the best stories I read in a long time. Well done.
  5. Why all the hate for Adena?
  6. Seriously that is messed up. I don't have social media despite being a millenial and if I somehow ended up being a celebrity, I would have to be dragged kicking and screaming into it. What even is the point, if they don't get to choose what they post and how they word it? I thought the point was to get more insight into said person's thoughts and opinions, not some PR BS that has to be analyzed from all angles first for fear that it will now meet some "fan"'s expectations.
  7. I wonder how many of his colleagues will be slapping him on the back and toasting him for how successfully he managed to pull this off.
  8. I'm wondering... is there some teenage series or genre series that is watched by a lot of teenagers, that portrays mostly healthy romantic relationships? I don't mean that everything has to be perfect, that would be boring to watch, but something where people in relationships are good at communication and even if there is something messed up it is portrayed in a way that is meant to be obvious to viewers, that it is messed up? I can't think of any on the top of my head : ( Most that I watched even if I hadn't seen it at the time, looking back I can see that there were some serious iss
  9. I watched the series during last Christmas and absolutely loved it. But my reaction to seeing this was "Please, no." I'm just too afraid it would not be good enough and somehow ruin it for me. If it is indeed true, I wonder if the success of Staged may have helped, showing that Tennant and Sheen have so much comedic potential left...
  10. Buffy: (about Riley) ... I just feel like something's missing. Willow: He's not making you miserable? Me, watching a second time: Don't worry, Buffy. He will, eventually.
  11. The only thing that made me happy regarding any of those was when Bernadette was out with I think it was Penny and drank juice from a wine glass, saying that she enjoys winding people up seemingly drinking alcohol while visibly pregnant. That made me laugh, because even though I don't want to have children, it irritates me when some people think that pregnant women are some sort of public property for the duration of the pregnancy and get into their business.
  12. Xander was the opposite of a good friend to Buffy here. A good friend would ask her first if she is ready to talk to him and then ask for her perspective, since it is, you know, about her relationship. Instead, he came with an already formed, biased opinion and patronizing attitude. Like, I'm sorry, but if even my best friend talked to me like that when I'm already justifiably pissed, I would not have replied in a nice way. The same with Riley's ultimatum. If I was in Buffy's place here, even if I was inclined to give Riley a second chance (not likely, but let's pretend for a moment), if
  13. I'm not gonna lie, when Jacqueline told Jane that she is responsible for Sage's new vertical with her great speech, I burst out laughing! It would be satisfying if Jane loses both Addison and Scott, but it seems that next week she gets a quick course on how to become Jacqueline in a week, which is totally reasonable, because it didn't take Jacqueline 20+ years to get where she is. Exactly, it is like it has to be all or nothing for Kat. You either agree with how things should be solved with her, or she burns all the bridges with you. Never mind that the actual change takes time. I wond
  14. Czech actress Libuše Šafránková has died today, just two days after her 68th birthday. https://www.imdb.com/name/nm0755941/?ref_=tt_ov_st She has not been internationally famous, but one of her earliest roles and arguably the most famous one was the main character in the movie Three Nuts for Cinderella (orig. Tři oříšky pro Popelku/Drei Haselnüsse für Aschenbrödel), a Czechoslovak/East German coproduction from 1973. It is an ultimate Christmas classic in Czech Republic and Slovakia and as I understand is also known in several other countries, so I thought perhaps someone here might k
  15. She gives forgiveness that no one asked for, but no apology because "Every family has “something".” A model Christian.
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