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Ass, Tumblr, and Blog: deathclawboyfriend: nikocat: my furry ass when the werewolf pulls out his knot
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Animals, Beer, and Cats: COLLECTIVE NOUNS FOR ANIMAL GROUPS A congregotion of alligators A nest, army, colony, or swarm of ants A shrewdness or troop of apes A pace, herd, or drove of asses A troop of baboons An exaltation of larks A leap of leopards A pride of lions A lounge of lizards Atiding of magpies A nest of mice A labor of moles A troop or cartload of monkeys A herd of moose A barren, span, or pack of mules A romp of otters A team, yoke, or drove of oxen A parliament of owls A bed of oysters A company or pandemonium of parrots An ostentotion, pride, or muster of peacocks Apod of pelicans A rookery or colony of penguins A bouquet or nye of pheasants A herd or sounder of pigs A sloth or sieuth of bears Afamily or colony of beavers A grist, swarm, nest, or hive of beer A sounder or singular of boars An obstinacy, herd, troop, or gang of buffalo Aflutter of butterflies A wake of buzzards A train, caravan, or flock of camels A herd of caribou A ciowder, cluster, giaring, or pounce of cats An ormy of caterpillars A herd or drove of cattle A brood or peep of chickens A coolition of cheetahs An intrusion of cockroaches A guip of cormorants A bask or fioat of crocodiles A murder of crows A herd of deer A pack of dogs An are, dule, fiight, or pitying of doves A poddiing.fiock, or raft of ducks A convocation or aerie of eagles A bed or sworm of eels A herd or memory of elephants A herd or gang of elk A mob of emus A business of ferrets A charm of finches A school or shoal of fish A stand or fiamboyance of flamingos A swarm, cloud or business of flies A leash, skulk, or troop of foxes An army of frogs A goggle or skein of geese A herd, corps, or tower of giraffes A swarm, cloud, or horde of gnats Aflock, herd, tribe, or trip of goats A troubling of goldfish A band or troop of gorillas A cloud of grasshoppers A coiony of gulls A down or husk of hares A boil, cast, or ketde of hawks A hedge or siege of herons A bloat of hippos A herd or band of horses A mute, brace, or pack of hounds A cockle of hyenas A band, party, or scold of jays A smack or brood of jellyfish A mob, herd, or troop of kangaroos A prickle of porcupines A school or pod of porpoises A coterie of prairie dogs A bevy or covey of quail A nest or warren of rabbits A gaze or nursery of raccoons Arhumba of rattlesnakes An unkindness or conspiracy of ravens A crash or stubbornness of rhinoceroses A building or clamor of rooks A pod, harem, herd, or colony of seals A school, shoal, or shiver of sharks A flock or fold of sheep A bed, knot, den, or nest of snakes A host or ubiquity of sparrows A clutter of spiders A dray or scurry of squirrels A chottering or murmuration of starlings Aflight or gulp of swallows A bevy, herd, or bank of swans A sounder, drift, herd, or drove of swine An ambush or streak of tigers A nest or knot of toads A hover of trout A rofter, doie, or flock of turkeys A bale or turn of turtles A blessing of unicorns A huddie or herd of walruses A coiony, pack, sneak, or gang of weasels A pod, school, mob, or gam of whales Apack or rout of wolves A wisdom of wombats Adescent of woodpeckers A herd, zeal, or cohort of zebras MIA THEMETAPICTURE.COM you should probably go to TheMetaPicture.com epicjohndoe: Collective Nouns For Different Animals
Animals, Beer, and Cats: COLLECTIVE NOUNS FOR ANIMAL GROUPS
 A congregotion of alligators
 A nest, army, colony, or swarm of ants
 A shrewdness or troop of apes
 A pace, herd, or drove of asses
 A troop of baboons
 An exaltation of larks
 A leap of leopards
 A pride of lions
 A lounge of lizards
 Atiding of magpies
 A nest of mice
 A labor of moles
 A troop or cartload of monkeys
 A herd of moose
 A barren, span, or pack of mules
 A romp of otters
 A team, yoke, or drove of oxen
 A parliament of owls
 A bed of oysters
 A company or pandemonium of parrots
 An ostentotion, pride, or muster of peacocks
 Apod of pelicans
 A rookery or colony of penguins
 A bouquet or nye of pheasants
 A herd or sounder of pigs
 A sloth or sieuth of bears
 Afamily or colony of beavers
 A grist, swarm, nest, or hive of beer
 A sounder or singular of boars
 An obstinacy, herd, troop, or gang of buffalo
 Aflutter of butterflies
 A wake of buzzards
 A train, caravan, or flock of camels
 A herd of caribou
 A ciowder, cluster, giaring, or pounce of cats
 An ormy of caterpillars
 A herd or drove of cattle
 A brood or peep of chickens
 A coolition of cheetahs
 An intrusion of cockroaches
 A guip of cormorants
 A bask or fioat of crocodiles
 A murder of crows
 A herd of deer
 A pack of dogs
 An are, dule, fiight, or pitying of doves
 A poddiing.fiock, or raft of ducks
 A convocation or aerie of eagles
 A bed or sworm of eels
 A herd or memory of elephants
 A herd or gang of elk
 A mob of emus
 A business of ferrets
 A charm of finches
 A school or shoal of fish
 A stand or fiamboyance of flamingos
 A swarm, cloud or business of flies
 A leash, skulk, or troop of foxes
 An army of frogs
 A goggle or skein of geese
 A herd, corps, or tower of giraffes
 A swarm, cloud, or horde of gnats
 Aflock, herd, tribe, or trip of goats
 A troubling of goldfish
 A band or troop of gorillas
 A cloud of grasshoppers
 A coiony of gulls
 A down or husk of hares
 A boil, cast, or ketde of hawks
 A hedge or siege of herons
 A bloat of hippos
 A herd or band of horses
 A mute, brace, or pack of hounds
 A cockle of hyenas
 A band, party, or scold of jays
 A smack or brood of jellyfish
 A mob, herd, or troop of kangaroos
 A prickle of porcupines
 A school or pod of porpoises
 A coterie of prairie dogs
 A bevy or covey of quail
 A nest or warren of rabbits
 A gaze or nursery of raccoons
 Arhumba of rattlesnakes
 An unkindness or conspiracy of ravens
 A crash or stubbornness of rhinoceroses
 A building or clamor of rooks
 A pod, harem, herd, or colony of seals
 A school, shoal, or shiver of sharks
 A flock or fold of sheep
 A bed, knot, den, or nest of snakes
 A host or ubiquity of sparrows
 A clutter of spiders
 A dray or scurry of squirrels
 A chottering or murmuration of starlings
 Aflight or gulp of swallows
 A bevy, herd, or bank of swans
 A sounder, drift, herd, or drove of swine
 An ambush or streak of tigers
 A nest or knot of toads
 A hover of trout
 A rofter, doie, or flock of turkeys
 A bale or turn of turtles
 A blessing of unicorns
 A huddie or herd of walruses
 A coiony, pack, sneak, or gang of weasels
 A pod, school, mob, or gam of whales
 Apack or rout of wolves
 A wisdom of wombats
 Adescent of woodpeckers
 A herd, zeal, or cohort of zebras
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Collective Nouns For Different Animals

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Animals, Beer, and Cats: COLLECTIVE NOUNS FOR ANIMAL GROUPS A congregotion of alligators A nest, army, colony, or swarm of ants A shrewdness or troop of apes A pace, herd, or drove of asses A troop of baboons An exaltation of larks A leap of leopards A pride of lions A lounge of lizards Atiding of magpies A nest of mice A labor of moles A troop or cartload of monkeys A herd of moose A barren, span, or pack of mules A romp of otters A team, yoke, or drove of oxen A parliament of owls A bed of oysters A company or pandemonium of parrots An ostentotion, pride, or muster of peacocks Apod of pelicans A rookery or colony of penguins A bouquet or nye of pheasants A herd or sounder of pigs A sloth or sieuth of bears Afamily or colony of beavers A grist, swarm, nest, or hive of beer A sounder or singular of boars An obstinacy, herd, troop, or gang of buffalo Aflutter of butterflies A wake of buzzards A train, caravan, or flock of camels A herd of caribou A ciowder, cluster, giaring, or pounce of cats An ormy of caterpillars A herd or drove of cattle A brood or peep of chickens A coolition of cheetahs An intrusion of cockroaches A guip of cormorants A bask or fioat of crocodiles A murder of crows A herd of deer A pack of dogs An are, dule, fiight, or pitying of doves A poddiing.fiock, or raft of ducks A convocation or aerie of eagles A bed or sworm of eels A herd or memory of elephants A herd or gang of elk A mob of emus A business of ferrets A charm of finches A school or shoal of fish A stand or fiamboyance of flamingos A swarm, cloud or business of flies A leash, skulk, or troop of foxes An army of frogs A goggle or skein of geese A herd, corps, or tower of giraffes A swarm, cloud, or horde of gnats Aflock, herd, tribe, or trip of goats A troubling of goldfish A band or troop of gorillas A cloud of grasshoppers A coiony of gulls A down or husk of hares A boil, cast, or ketde of hawks A hedge or siege of herons A bloat of hippos A herd or band of horses A mute, brace, or pack of hounds A cockle of hyenas A band, party, or scold of jays A smack or brood of jellyfish A mob, herd, or troop of kangaroos A prickle of porcupines A school or pod of porpoises A coterie of prairie dogs A bevy or covey of quail A nest or warren of rabbits A gaze or nursery of raccoons Arhumba of rattlesnakes An unkindness or conspiracy of ravens A crash or stubbornness of rhinoceroses A building or clamor of rooks A pod, harem, herd, or colony of seals A school, shoal, or shiver of sharks A flock or fold of sheep A bed, knot, den, or nest of snakes A host or ubiquity of sparrows A clutter of spiders A dray or scurry of squirrels A chottering or murmuration of starlings Aflight or gulp of swallows A bevy, herd, or bank of swans A sounder, drift, herd, or drove of swine An ambush or streak of tigers A nest or knot of toads A hover of trout A rofter, doie, or flock of turkeys A bale or turn of turtles A blessing of unicorns A huddie or herd of walruses A coiony, pack, sneak, or gang of weasels A pod, school, mob, or gam of whales Apack or rout of wolves A wisdom of wombats Adescent of woodpeckers A herd, zeal, or cohort of zebras MIA THEMETAPICTURE.COM you should probably go to TheMetaPicture.com epicjohndoe: Collective Nouns For Different Animals
Animals, Beer, and Cats: COLLECTIVE NOUNS FOR ANIMAL GROUPS
 A congregotion of alligators
 A nest, army, colony, or swarm of ants
 A shrewdness or troop of apes
 A pace, herd, or drove of asses
 A troop of baboons
 An exaltation of larks
 A leap of leopards
 A pride of lions
 A lounge of lizards
 Atiding of magpies
 A nest of mice
 A labor of moles
 A troop or cartload of monkeys
 A herd of moose
 A barren, span, or pack of mules
 A romp of otters
 A team, yoke, or drove of oxen
 A parliament of owls
 A bed of oysters
 A company or pandemonium of parrots
 An ostentotion, pride, or muster of peacocks
 Apod of pelicans
 A rookery or colony of penguins
 A bouquet or nye of pheasants
 A herd or sounder of pigs
 A sloth or sieuth of bears
 Afamily or colony of beavers
 A grist, swarm, nest, or hive of beer
 A sounder or singular of boars
 An obstinacy, herd, troop, or gang of buffalo
 Aflutter of butterflies
 A wake of buzzards
 A train, caravan, or flock of camels
 A herd of caribou
 A ciowder, cluster, giaring, or pounce of cats
 An ormy of caterpillars
 A herd or drove of cattle
 A brood or peep of chickens
 A coolition of cheetahs
 An intrusion of cockroaches
 A guip of cormorants
 A bask or fioat of crocodiles
 A murder of crows
 A herd of deer
 A pack of dogs
 An are, dule, fiight, or pitying of doves
 A poddiing.fiock, or raft of ducks
 A convocation or aerie of eagles
 A bed or sworm of eels
 A herd or memory of elephants
 A herd or gang of elk
 A mob of emus
 A business of ferrets
 A charm of finches
 A school or shoal of fish
 A stand or fiamboyance of flamingos
 A swarm, cloud or business of flies
 A leash, skulk, or troop of foxes
 An army of frogs
 A goggle or skein of geese
 A herd, corps, or tower of giraffes
 A swarm, cloud, or horde of gnats
 Aflock, herd, tribe, or trip of goats
 A troubling of goldfish
 A band or troop of gorillas
 A cloud of grasshoppers
 A coiony of gulls
 A down or husk of hares
 A boil, cast, or ketde of hawks
 A hedge or siege of herons
 A bloat of hippos
 A herd or band of horses
 A mute, brace, or pack of hounds
 A cockle of hyenas
 A band, party, or scold of jays
 A smack or brood of jellyfish
 A mob, herd, or troop of kangaroos
 A prickle of porcupines
 A school or pod of porpoises
 A coterie of prairie dogs
 A bevy or covey of quail
 A nest or warren of rabbits
 A gaze or nursery of raccoons
 Arhumba of rattlesnakes
 An unkindness or conspiracy of ravens
 A crash or stubbornness of rhinoceroses
 A building or clamor of rooks
 A pod, harem, herd, or colony of seals
 A school, shoal, or shiver of sharks
 A flock or fold of sheep
 A bed, knot, den, or nest of snakes
 A host or ubiquity of sparrows
 A clutter of spiders
 A dray or scurry of squirrels
 A chottering or murmuration of starlings
 Aflight or gulp of swallows
 A bevy, herd, or bank of swans
 A sounder, drift, herd, or drove of swine
 An ambush or streak of tigers
 A nest or knot of toads
 A hover of trout
 A rofter, doie, or flock of turkeys
 A bale or turn of turtles
 A blessing of unicorns
 A huddie or herd of walruses
 A coiony, pack, sneak, or gang of weasels
 A pod, school, mob, or gam of whales
 Apack or rout of wolves
 A wisdom of wombats
 Adescent of woodpeckers
 A herd, zeal, or cohort of zebras
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Collective Nouns For Different Animals

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Beautiful, Blessed, and Bones: deadcatwithaflamethrower: hebic: kyraneko: balencia: kitrazzle: pissedoffweasley: wizardingheadcanon: kyraneko: elidyce: thatgirlonstage: fuckyeahdeathlyhallows: sirlestrange: #that is a human as a rat as a cup That was a long 12 years for Wormtail. Can you imagine how differently their lives would’ve gone if Ron, in trying to transfigure Scabbers, had actually transfigured him back into a human?Just take a moment to imagine McGonagall’s reaction if Peter Pettigrew had abruptly appeared in her classroom from Ronald Weasley’s rat.Take a moment. Or if Ron had fucked it up a little worse and couldn’t get ‘Scabbers’ back and McGonagall had take him to disenchant him and next thing we know there’s a naked Peter Pettigrew sitting on McGonagall’s desk and the kids in that class learn six new swear words, a hex they will never dare to use, and a fear of Minerva McGonagall’s wrath that will be with them until the day they die. Ten and twenty years later first years are being pulled aside and warned never mess around in Transfiguration seriously the last time a kid mucked something up in that class Professor McGonagall used two semi-legal hexes, took down a Death Eater and sabotaged the rise of the Dark Lord before Potter had time to get his wand out. What most of Hogwarts learned first on that otherwise-unexceptionable day was that Professor McGonagall could sure scream loud. Professor Flitwick’s Charms 5th-year Charms class was close enough to catch the full effect, and the door had been left open besides; en masse the students recoiled with shock and a miscast Hiccuping Charm broke one of the windows (out which the entire flock of ravens they were practicing on escaped to the Forbidden Forest where they only had to worry about centaurs, rather than annoying young humans with wands). Up in the Divination Tower, Sibyl Trelawny preened over her foresight to have warned her students of an unprecedented catastrophe likely to occur before the hour was out. Out in Greenhouse Five, a NEWT-level Herbology class looked up in puzzlement, and most of them were subsequently bitten by the Venomous Tentaculae they were attempting to propagate. It does not do to ignore a Venomous Tentacula when you’re prodding at its intimate parts with a cotton ball held in tweezers, so the class was cancelled while two-thirds of the students headed for the infirmary and the rest of them headed into the castle because if they stayed with the Venomous Tentaculae they’d be outnumbered, and nobody wants that. And down in the dungeons, Professor Snape turned away from comparing Lee Jordan’s Pepper-Up Potion to spoiled cream at what sounded like a woman screaming from the entrance hall. At the second scream, he ordered the class to remain where they were and behave, sweeping out of the room just in time to miss Theodore Nott suddenly jumping up and yelping as if someone had put a crocodile heart down the back of his robes. Fred Weasley stepped back from the unfortunate Slytherin, shared a smirk with his twin, and stuck his head out the door to make sure Snape had rounded the corner before leading the way out of the classroom. - Back in the Transfiguration classroom, about four minutes ago, it had started innocently enough. Ron Weasley, possessed of a broken wand and a lurking suspicion that most of the family’s magical talent had been soaked up by his siblings before he was around to get any, had attempted to turn his pet rat, Scabbers, into a teacup. Scabbers had not become a teacup. Scabbers, blast his useless furry little backside, had become a furry, vaguely teacup-shaped monstrosity out of which absolutely no one would have been tempted to drink, and to make matters worse, he still had a tail. It was moving. Harry was hiding a smile behind his hand. Dean and Seamus weren’t even trying to hide, elbowing each other and laughing. Parvati and Lavender were looking with disgust and horror at either Scabbers or him, and Hermione was opening her mouth, no doubt ready to tell him exactly what he’d done wrong. Which only made it worse that he really thought he’d done everything right this time. He snatched Scabbers off the desk (eww, the base of the cup had the same texture as rat feet) and turned away from Hermione. He made the wand movement again, picturing in his mind the way McGonagall had demonstrated it. “Erreverto.” “Erreverto. Erreverto. Erreverto.” It didn’t work. It didn’t work when Professor McGonagall stopped by and gave Hermione two points for Gryffindor for getting the spell perfect in both directions. It didn’t work when Harry made his successful transfiguration (Ron looked; the pattern was a little bit furry but it was definitely a teacup). Ron’s lips formed the shape of a word that would’ve made his mother box his ears had she heard it and attempted the reverse transfiguration, which didn’t work either. Finally, faced not only with the indignity of failure but the threat of Scabbers being stuck like that, he’d gone up to Professor McGonagall’s desk. “Um, Professor?” Professor McGonagall looked up from the paper she was grading and looked from him to the squirming teacup. “Problems, Mr. Weasley?” “Um, yeah, Professor. I can’t get it to work in either direction and it’s not fair to Scabbers to make him stay as a teacup just because I can’t do a spell right and can you maybe … ?” “I suppose so, Mr. Weasley,” she said, and waved her wand in the exact manner Ron had been doing all along. Nothing happened. Professor McGonagall looked very, very puzzled. “Now that’s odd,” she said softly. As one, the other students rose from their seats and quietly moved closer. She did not attempt the transfiguration in the other direction. Instead, she made a complex motion with her wand and murmured an incantation that possibly only Hermione recognized. The teacup squeaked. Professor McGonagall looked more puzzled than ever, and made a sweeping wand movement that ended with a sharp jab and uttered, “Arcanum finite!” And there was a loud bang, and there was a pale, pudgy, and very naked man sprawled out on her desk, and she jumped back hard enough to knock her chair into the wall and screamed. - Having taught a particularly rigorous course of magical study to children and teens for quite some time now, Minerva McGonagall had become accustomed to certain things. Students who didn’t listen. Students who did rude things to the mice when they thought she wasn’t looking. Students who accidentally turned a frog or a raven into a flock of starlings or a school of strange slimy South American fish (and tried to solve the immediate problem by filling the classroom with two feet of water, neglecting to consider the gap under the door). Students who tried to transfigure their noses into a more appealing shape and wound up in the hospital wing regrowing their nostrils. Naked men on her desk was something Minerva McGonagall had never had an occasion to get used to. What made it worse was that she recognized this one, and he’d been dead for more than a decade. Inferius! was her first thought, followed shortly thereafter by Animagus, which collided with Peter Pettigrew! and produced the utterly horrifying thought of what if all four of them were Animagi? which didn’t bear thinking about at all, so her brain jumped to if he wasn’t killed by a Dark Wizard then why didn’t he say so? and realized there was only one possible explanation why, and about that time her eyes registered that parts of Peter Pettigrew she really doesn’t want to know about were flopping about in front of her face, and she was screaming as she jumped back. The flow of invective which followed somehow failed to surprise her one bit. Some part of her registered, peripherally, the shocked faces of her students, but most of her attention was directed at Peter Pettigrew, who at very least faked his own death and at worst framed Sirius Black and if Black didn’t betray the Potters then who … did. And the words poured out of her, filthy English and filthier Latin while Pettigrew squirmed on the table, his face rage and guilt and fear and something shifty and contemptible, and he turned to look at the stunned students and lunged for Ron Weasley’s wand. - Severus Snape had reached the Entrance Hall by the time the scream died away and the invective replaced it. He almost smirked, amid the alarm; of all the things he’d never expected to hear from Minerva McGonagall … he took the stairs two at a time, still not noticing the students who followed. He did notice the Herbology class, which had stopped on the way to the Infirmary and were staring transfixed in the direction of the Transfiguration classroom, but pushed his way through them, getting Venomous Tentacula pollen all over his robes in the process. From the other end of the corridor came Professor Flitwick’s Charms class, with Professor Flitwick bringing up the rear and pushing his way between students. - Ron looked stunned as the man who’d been his pet rat snatched the wand from his hand; Professor McGonagal’s expression shifted to one beyond fury and when the entire class recoiled, it wasn’t from the naked man with the wand. “Laedo!“ Minerva McGonagall roared. - Ron Weasley’s wand cast a Splintering Curse many years beyond its rightful owner’s abilities, and it did Peter Pettigrew the poor favor of eliminating the door, which might have slowed him down a bit. - Severus Snape flailed and skidded to a halt as the Transfiguration classroom’s door shattered. He stepped back just in time, and stared, jaw dropped in shock, as a naked man he recognized from his school days flew past him and bellyflopped against the wall, bounced, and collapsed to the ground just in time to avoid the “Exitium!” which followed and vaporized an impresive chunk of the castle’s stone wall. Fred and George and Lee Jordan, determined to stay at the front of the crowd, had been pushed almost against Professor Snape by their fellow Potions classmates and some pollen-coated Hufflepuffs. Fred squirmed aside hastily as Professor McGonagall appeared in the doorway, the look on her face so utterly livid that Professors Snape and Flitwick both reflexively stepped back. Snape tripped over George’s foot and fell against a knot of Hufflepuffs, releasing another cloud of pollen and knocking them backwards. Pettigrew saw his opportunity and took it, scrambling to his feet, stumbling sideways, and launching himself towards the gap. And Minerva McGonagall made a thrust with her wand and said, “Perdo.” In the very loud silence which followed, Filius Flitwick squeaked, “The Splinching Charm, Minerva?” She might’ve looked embarrassed for a moment, and then she smiled as she looked down at Pettigrew, who lay on his belly, his arms and legs lying akimbo some distance away. “Unorthodox,” she said, “but useful in a pinch. If someone would inform the Headmaster, and send an owl to the Ministry—-not Fudge, not Crouch, someone competent—-Shacklebolt, perhaps. Students, return to your classrooms, please. Mr. Weasley, I’m very sorry, but I do believe it’s impossible to return you your rat. However, the zero I was going to have to give you for the day’s work is entirely undeserved, as you were not transfiguring a normal rat. You may make the lesson up any time this week.” - The story was, of course, much embellished by the time it reached all the students. Versions of it had the intruder peppering Snape with a Glitter Hex or transfiguring Ron’s rat into a pair of boxers, and people had to be disabused of the notion that it had been Voldemort who’d been hiding as a rat all this time. Snape gave both Weasley twins detention for tripping him, and took forty-seven points total from Gryffindor over the next few weeks for various pretend-subtle pollen references. Kingsley Shacklebolt showed up with a team of Aurors in time to meet Professor Dumbledore; the Wizengamot launched an investigation into the events surrounding the Potters’ murder; the results turned into a scandal which saw the release of Sirius Black and the forced resignation of both Director Bartemious Crouch and Minister Cornelius Fudge. Director of Magical Law Enforcement Amelia Bones was confirmed as Minister of Magic shortly thereafte, and the Daily Prophet reported that Sirius Black (“Godfather to the Boy-Who-Lived!” “Framed, Abandoned, Condemned to Living Hell!” “Heart-Wrenching: His Release In Pictures, Page 17!”) was considering applying for a teaching position at Hogwarts, “but just for a year, I’ve been cursed enough for one lifetime.” (“The Prophet reminds its readers that the so-called “curse” on a certain Hogwarts teaching position is almost certainly a mere string of coincidences.”) And, Minerva thought with relish some months later, it was almost three weeks before anyone attempted messing around in her class. A personal record. I’ve probably reblogged this before but I’m going to do it again right now I think this is literally the best au this entire fandom has produced I’ve only seen this legendary bit of writing in memes and screenshots. I feel so blessed to see it in person. Beautiful, simply beautiful! Reblogging my own post because a) it’s my damn horn and I’ll blow it if I want to, and b) I just (finally!) cross-posted this to Archive Of Our Own, so if anybody wants to go read it over there, here it is. @deadcatwithaflamethrower My only complaint is that Theodore Nott and Fred Weasely wouldn’t be in the same Potions class. *is pedantic* *reblogging because now you can bookmark it on AO3*
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#that is a human as a rat as a cup

That was a long 12 years for Wormtail.

Can you imagine how differently their lives would’ve gone if Ron, in trying to transfigure Scabbers, had actually transfigured him back into a human?Just take a moment to imagine McGonagall’s reaction if Peter Pettigrew had abruptly appeared in her classroom from Ronald Weasley’s rat.Take a moment.

Or if Ron had fucked it up a little worse and couldn’t get ‘Scabbers’ back and McGonagall had take him to disenchant him and next thing we know there’s a naked Peter Pettigrew sitting on McGonagall’s desk and the kids in that class learn six new swear words, a hex they will never dare to use, and a fear of Minerva McGonagall’s wrath that will be with them until the day they die.
Ten and twenty years later first years are being pulled aside and warned never mess around in Transfiguration seriously the last time a kid mucked something up in that class Professor McGonagall used two semi-legal hexes, took down a Death Eater and sabotaged the rise of the Dark Lord before Potter had time to get his wand out.

What most of Hogwarts learned first on that otherwise-unexceptionable day was that Professor McGonagall could sure scream loud.
Professor Flitwick’s Charms 5th-year Charms class was close enough to catch the full effect, and the door had been left open besides; en masse the students recoiled with shock and a miscast Hiccuping Charm broke one of the windows (out which the entire flock of ravens they were practicing on escaped to the Forbidden Forest where they only had to worry about centaurs, rather than annoying young humans with wands).
Up in the Divination Tower, Sibyl Trelawny preened over her foresight to have warned her students of an unprecedented catastrophe likely to occur before the hour was out.
Out in Greenhouse Five, a NEWT-level Herbology class looked up in puzzlement, and most of them were subsequently bitten by the Venomous Tentaculae they were attempting to propagate. It does not do to ignore a Venomous Tentacula when you’re prodding at its intimate parts with a cotton ball held in tweezers, so the class was cancelled while two-thirds of the students headed for the infirmary and the rest of them headed into the castle because if they stayed with the Venomous Tentaculae they’d be outnumbered, and nobody wants that.
And down in the dungeons, Professor Snape turned away from comparing Lee Jordan’s Pepper-Up Potion to spoiled cream at what sounded like a woman screaming from the entrance hall. At the second scream, he ordered the class to remain where they were and behave, sweeping out of the room just in time to miss Theodore Nott suddenly jumping up and yelping as if someone had put a crocodile heart down the back of his robes.
Fred Weasley stepped back from the unfortunate Slytherin, shared a smirk with his twin, and stuck his head out the door to make sure Snape had rounded the corner before leading the way out of the classroom.
-
Back in the Transfiguration classroom, about four minutes ago, it had started innocently enough. Ron Weasley, possessed of a broken wand and a lurking suspicion that most of the family’s magical talent had been soaked up by his siblings before he was around to get any, had attempted to turn his pet rat, Scabbers, into a teacup.
Scabbers had not become a teacup.
Scabbers, blast his useless furry little backside, had become a furry, vaguely teacup-shaped monstrosity out of which absolutely no one would have been tempted to drink, and to make matters worse, he still had a tail.
It was moving.
Harry was hiding a smile behind his hand. Dean and Seamus weren’t even trying to hide, elbowing each other and laughing. Parvati and Lavender were looking with disgust and horror at either Scabbers or him, and Hermione was opening her mouth, no doubt ready to tell him exactly what he’d done wrong.
Which only made it worse that he really thought he’d done everything right this time.
He snatched Scabbers off the desk (eww, the base of the cup had the same texture as rat feet) and turned away from Hermione. He made the wand movement again, picturing in his mind the way McGonagall had demonstrated it. “Erreverto.”
“Erreverto. Erreverto. Erreverto.”
It didn’t work. It didn’t work when Professor McGonagall stopped by and gave Hermione two points for Gryffindor for getting the spell perfect in both directions. It didn’t work when Harry made his successful transfiguration (Ron looked; the pattern was a little bit furry but it was definitely a teacup). Ron’s lips formed the shape of a word that would’ve made his mother box his ears had she heard it and attempted the reverse transfiguration, which didn’t work either.
Finally, faced not only with the indignity of failure but the threat of Scabbers being stuck like that, he’d gone up to Professor McGonagall’s desk.
“Um, Professor?”
Professor McGonagall looked up from the paper she was grading and looked from him to the squirming teacup. “Problems, Mr. Weasley?”
“Um, yeah, Professor. I can’t get it to work in either direction and it’s not fair to Scabbers to make him stay as a teacup just because I can’t do a spell right and can you maybe … ?”
“I suppose so, Mr. Weasley,” she said, and waved her wand in the exact manner Ron had been doing all along.
Nothing happened.
Professor McGonagall looked very, very puzzled.
“Now that’s odd,” she said softly.
As one, the other students rose from their seats and quietly moved closer.
She did not attempt the transfiguration in the other direction. Instead, she made a complex motion with her wand and murmured an incantation that possibly only Hermione recognized. The teacup squeaked. Professor McGonagall looked more puzzled than ever, and made a sweeping wand movement that ended with a sharp jab and uttered, “Arcanum finite!”
And there was a loud bang, and there was a pale, pudgy, and very naked man sprawled out on her desk, and she jumped back hard enough to knock her chair into the wall and screamed.
-
Having taught a particularly rigorous course of magical study to children and teens for quite some time now, Minerva McGonagall had become accustomed to certain things. Students who didn’t listen. Students who did rude things to the mice when they thought she wasn’t looking. Students who accidentally turned a frog or a raven into a flock of starlings or a school of strange slimy South American fish (and tried to solve the immediate problem by filling the classroom with two feet of water, neglecting to consider the gap under the door). Students who tried to transfigure their noses into a more appealing shape and wound up in the hospital wing regrowing their nostrils.
Naked men on her desk was something Minerva McGonagall had never had an occasion to get used to. What made it worse was that she recognized this one, and he’d been dead for more than a decade.
Inferius! was her first thought, followed shortly thereafter by Animagus, which collided with Peter Pettigrew! and produced the utterly horrifying thought of what if all four of them were Animagi? which didn’t bear thinking about at all, so her brain jumped to if he wasn’t killed by a Dark Wizard then why didn’t he say so? and realized there was only one possible explanation why, and about that time her eyes registered that parts of Peter Pettigrew she really doesn’t want to know about were flopping about in front of her face, and she was screaming as she jumped back.
The flow of invective which followed somehow failed to surprise her one bit. Some part of her registered, peripherally, the shocked faces of her students, but most of her attention was directed at Peter Pettigrew, who at very least faked his own death and at worst framed Sirius Black and if Black didn’t betray the Potters then who … did. And the words poured out of her, filthy English and filthier Latin while Pettigrew squirmed on the table, his face rage and guilt and fear and something shifty and contemptible, and he turned to look at the stunned students and lunged for Ron Weasley’s wand.
-
Severus Snape had reached the Entrance Hall by the time the scream died away and the invective replaced it. He almost smirked, amid the alarm; of all the things he’d never expected to hear from Minerva McGonagall … he took the stairs two at a time, still not noticing the students who followed.
He did notice the Herbology class, which had stopped on the way to the Infirmary and were staring transfixed in the direction of the Transfiguration classroom, but pushed his way through them, getting Venomous Tentacula pollen all over his robes in the process.
From the other end of the corridor came Professor Flitwick’s Charms class, with Professor Flitwick bringing up the rear and pushing his way between students.
-
Ron looked stunned as the man who’d been his pet rat snatched the wand from his hand; Professor McGonagal’s expression shifted to one beyond fury and when the entire class recoiled, it wasn’t from the naked man with the wand.
“Laedo!“ Minerva McGonagall roared.
-
Ron Weasley’s wand cast a Splintering Curse many years beyond its rightful owner’s abilities, and it did Peter Pettigrew the poor favor of eliminating the door, which might have slowed him down a bit.
-
Severus Snape flailed and skidded to a halt as the Transfiguration classroom’s door shattered. He stepped back just in time, and stared, jaw dropped in shock, as a naked man he recognized from his school days flew past him and bellyflopped against the wall, bounced, and collapsed to the ground just in time to avoid the “Exitium!” which followed and vaporized an impresive chunk of the castle’s stone wall.
Fred and George and Lee Jordan, determined to stay at the front of the crowd, had been pushed almost against Professor Snape by their fellow Potions classmates and some pollen-coated Hufflepuffs. Fred squirmed aside hastily as Professor McGonagall appeared in the doorway, the look on her face so utterly livid that Professors Snape and Flitwick both reflexively stepped back.
Snape tripped over George’s foot and fell against a knot of Hufflepuffs, releasing another cloud of pollen and knocking them backwards. Pettigrew saw his opportunity and took it, scrambling to his feet, stumbling sideways, and launching himself towards the gap.
And Minerva McGonagall made a thrust with her wand and said, “Perdo.”
In the very loud silence which followed, Filius Flitwick squeaked, “The Splinching Charm, Minerva?”
She might’ve looked embarrassed for a moment, and then she smiled as she looked down at Pettigrew, who lay on his belly, his arms and legs lying akimbo some distance away.
“Unorthodox,” she said, “but useful in a pinch. If someone would inform the Headmaster, and send an owl to the Ministry—-not Fudge, not Crouch, someone competent—-Shacklebolt, perhaps. Students, return to your classrooms, please. Mr. Weasley, I’m very sorry, but I do believe it’s impossible to return you your rat. However, the zero I was going to have to give you for the day’s work is entirely undeserved, as you were not transfiguring a normal rat. You may make the lesson up any time this week.”
-
The story was, of course, much embellished by the time it reached all the students. Versions of it had the intruder peppering Snape with a Glitter Hex or transfiguring Ron’s rat into a pair of boxers, and people had to be disabused of the notion that it had been Voldemort who’d been hiding as a rat all this time.
Snape gave both Weasley twins detention for tripping him, and took forty-seven points total from Gryffindor over the next few weeks for various pretend-subtle pollen references.
Kingsley Shacklebolt showed up with a team of Aurors in time to meet Professor Dumbledore; the Wizengamot launched an investigation into the events surrounding the Potters’ murder; the results turned into a scandal which saw the release of Sirius Black and the forced resignation of both Director Bartemious Crouch and Minister Cornelius Fudge. Director of Magical Law Enforcement Amelia Bones was confirmed as Minister of Magic shortly thereafte, and the Daily Prophet reported that Sirius Black (“Godfather to the Boy-Who-Lived!” “Framed, Abandoned, Condemned to Living Hell!” “Heart-Wrenching: His Release In Pictures, Page 17!”) was considering applying for a teaching position at Hogwarts, “but just for a year, I’ve been cursed enough for one lifetime.” (“The Prophet reminds its readers that the so-called “curse” on a certain Hogwarts teaching position is almost certainly a mere string of coincidences.”)
And, Minerva thought with relish some months later, it was almost three weeks before anyone attempted messing around in her class.
A personal record.

I’ve probably reblogged this before but I’m going to do it again right now

I think this is literally the best au this entire fandom has produced

I’ve only seen this legendary bit of writing in memes and screenshots. I feel so blessed to see it in person.

Beautiful, simply beautiful!

Reblogging my own post because a) it’s my damn horn and I’ll blow it if I want to, and b) I just (finally!) cross-posted this to Archive Of Our Own, so if anybody wants to go read it over there, here it is.


@deadcatwithaflamethrower 
My only complaint is that Theodore Nott and Fred Weasely wouldn’t be in the same Potions class. *is pedantic*

*reblogging because now you can bookmark it on AO3*

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Animals, Beer, and Cats: COLLECTIVE NOUNS FOR ANIMAL GROUPS A congregotion of alligators A nest, army, colony, or swarm of ants A shrewdness or troop of apes A pace, herd, or drove of asses A troop of baboons An exaltation of larks A leap of leopards A pride of lions A lounge of lizards Atiding of magpies A nest of mice A labor of moles A troop or cartload of monkeys A herd of moose A barren, span, or pack of mules A romp of otters A team, yoke, or drove of oxen A parliament of owls A bed of oysters A company or pandemonium of parrots An ostentotion, pride, or muster of peacocks Apod of pelicans A rookery or colony of penguins A bouquet or nye of pheasants A herd or sounder of pigs A sloth or sieuth of bears Afamily or colony of beavers A grist, swarm, nest, or hive of beer A sounder or singular of boars An obstinacy, herd, troop, or gang of buffalo Aflutter of butterflies A wake of buzzards A train, caravan, or flock of camels A herd of caribou A ciowder, cluster, giaring, or pounce of cats An ormy of caterpillars A herd or drove of cattle A brood or peep of chickens A coolition of cheetahs An intrusion of cockroaches A guip of cormorants A bask or fioat of crocodiles A murder of crows A herd of deer A pack of dogs An are, dule, fiight, or pitying of doves A poddiing.fiock, or raft of ducks A convocation or aerie of eagles A bed or sworm of eels A herd or memory of elephants A herd or gang of elk A mob of emus A business of ferrets A charm of finches A school or shoal of fish A stand or fiamboyance of flamingos A swarm, cloud or business of flies A leash, skulk, or troop of foxes An army of frogs A goggle or skein of geese A herd, corps, or tower of giraffes A swarm, cloud, or horde of gnats Aflock, herd, tribe, or trip of goats A troubling of goldfish A band or troop of gorillas A cloud of grasshoppers A coiony of gulls A down or husk of hares A boil, cast, or ketde of hawks A hedge or siege of herons A bloat of hippos A herd or band of horses A mute, brace, or pack of hounds A cockle of hyenas A band, party, or scold of jays A smack or brood of jellyfish A mob, herd, or troop of kangaroos A prickle of porcupines A school or pod of porpoises A coterie of prairie dogs A bevy or covey of quail A nest or warren of rabbits A gaze or nursery of raccoons Arhumba of rattlesnakes An unkindness or conspiracy of ravens A crash or stubbornness of rhinoceroses A building or clamor of rooks A pod, harem, herd, or colony of seals A school, shoal, or shiver of sharks A flock or fold of sheep A bed, knot, den, or nest of snakes A host or ubiquity of sparrows A clutter of spiders A dray or scurry of squirrels A chottering or murmuration of starlings Aflight or gulp of swallows A bevy, herd, or bank of swans A sounder, drift, herd, or drove of swine An ambush or streak of tigers A nest or knot of toads A hover of trout A rofter, doie, or flock of turkeys A bale or turn of turtles A blessing of unicorns A huddie or herd of walruses A coiony, pack, sneak, or gang of weasels A pod, school, mob, or gam of whales Apack or rout of wolves A wisdom of wombats Adescent of woodpeckers A herd, zeal, or cohort of zebras MIA THEMETAPICTURE.COM you should probably go to TheMetaPicture.com epicjohndoe: Collective Nouns For Different Animals
Animals, Beer, and Cats: COLLECTIVE NOUNS FOR ANIMAL GROUPS
 A congregotion of alligators
 A nest, army, colony, or swarm of ants
 A shrewdness or troop of apes
 A pace, herd, or drove of asses
 A troop of baboons
 An exaltation of larks
 A leap of leopards
 A pride of lions
 A lounge of lizards
 Atiding of magpies
 A nest of mice
 A labor of moles
 A troop or cartload of monkeys
 A herd of moose
 A barren, span, or pack of mules
 A romp of otters
 A team, yoke, or drove of oxen
 A parliament of owls
 A bed of oysters
 A company or pandemonium of parrots
 An ostentotion, pride, or muster of peacocks
 Apod of pelicans
 A rookery or colony of penguins
 A bouquet or nye of pheasants
 A herd or sounder of pigs
 A sloth or sieuth of bears
 Afamily or colony of beavers
 A grist, swarm, nest, or hive of beer
 A sounder or singular of boars
 An obstinacy, herd, troop, or gang of buffalo
 Aflutter of butterflies
 A wake of buzzards
 A train, caravan, or flock of camels
 A herd of caribou
 A ciowder, cluster, giaring, or pounce of cats
 An ormy of caterpillars
 A herd or drove of cattle
 A brood or peep of chickens
 A coolition of cheetahs
 An intrusion of cockroaches
 A guip of cormorants
 A bask or fioat of crocodiles
 A murder of crows
 A herd of deer
 A pack of dogs
 An are, dule, fiight, or pitying of doves
 A poddiing.fiock, or raft of ducks
 A convocation or aerie of eagles
 A bed or sworm of eels
 A herd or memory of elephants
 A herd or gang of elk
 A mob of emus
 A business of ferrets
 A charm of finches
 A school or shoal of fish
 A stand or fiamboyance of flamingos
 A swarm, cloud or business of flies
 A leash, skulk, or troop of foxes
 An army of frogs
 A goggle or skein of geese
 A herd, corps, or tower of giraffes
 A swarm, cloud, or horde of gnats
 Aflock, herd, tribe, or trip of goats
 A troubling of goldfish
 A band or troop of gorillas
 A cloud of grasshoppers
 A coiony of gulls
 A down or husk of hares
 A boil, cast, or ketde of hawks
 A hedge or siege of herons
 A bloat of hippos
 A herd or band of horses
 A mute, brace, or pack of hounds
 A cockle of hyenas
 A band, party, or scold of jays
 A smack or brood of jellyfish
 A mob, herd, or troop of kangaroos
 A prickle of porcupines
 A school or pod of porpoises
 A coterie of prairie dogs
 A bevy or covey of quail
 A nest or warren of rabbits
 A gaze or nursery of raccoons
 Arhumba of rattlesnakes
 An unkindness or conspiracy of ravens
 A crash or stubbornness of rhinoceroses
 A building or clamor of rooks
 A pod, harem, herd, or colony of seals
 A school, shoal, or shiver of sharks
 A flock or fold of sheep
 A bed, knot, den, or nest of snakes
 A host or ubiquity of sparrows
 A clutter of spiders
 A dray or scurry of squirrels
 A chottering or murmuration of starlings
 Aflight or gulp of swallows
 A bevy, herd, or bank of swans
 A sounder, drift, herd, or drove of swine
 An ambush or streak of tigers
 A nest or knot of toads
 A hover of trout
 A rofter, doie, or flock of turkeys
 A bale or turn of turtles
 A blessing of unicorns
 A huddie or herd of walruses
 A coiony, pack, sneak, or gang of weasels
 A pod, school, mob, or gam of whales
 Apack or rout of wolves
 A wisdom of wombats
 Adescent of woodpeckers
 A herd, zeal, or cohort of zebras
 MIA THEMETAPICTURE.COM
 you should probably go to TheMetaPicture.com
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Collective Nouns For Different Animals

epicjohndoe: Collective Nouns For Different Animals

Facts, Life, and Love: Essential Buddhism "No one saves us but ourselves. No one can and no one may. We ourselves must walk the path'" Gautama Buddha What Did Buddha Learn? Life is sufferingSuffering is Suffering can be eliminated caused by desire and attachment How Can Suffering be Eliminated? ..The Eightfold Plan RIGHT VIEW: Know the Truth RIGHT EFFORT: Resist Evil RIGHT INTENTIONs: Free Your Mind of Evil RIGHT ACTION: Good of Others Work for the : : \ RIGHT SPEECH: Say Nothing that Hurts Others RIGHT CONCENTRATION: Practice Meditation RIGHT LIVELIHOOD: Respect Life RIGHT MINDFULNESS Control Your Thoughts What are the Eight Auspicious Symbols of Buddhism? Each symbol represents an aspect of Buddhist teachings: CONCH SHELL (sankha) The Spread of the Buddha's Teachings ENDLESS KNOT (shrivatsa): Infinite Wisdom of the Buddha PARASOL (chatra): Royalty and Protection GOLD FISHES (suvarnamatsya) Good Fortune, Fertility, and Salvation TREASURE VASE (kalasha) Spiritual and Material Abundance VICTORY BANNER (dhvaja) Victory of the Buddha's Wisdom over Ignorance WHEEL (dharmachakra): LOTUS (padma) Mental and Spiritual Purity The Teachings dr〒ソof the Buddha More Interesting Buddhism Facts Anyone can be a buddha, but there is only one "The Buddha" The three tallest statues in the world are of Buddha The Buddha was not chubby; he practiced moderation and was likely slim Unlike many other religions, Buddhism was primarily spread peacefully Buddhist temples are not places of worship but places where people come to study Buddha's teachings and meditate Popular Quotes from the Buddha: You will not be punished for your anger. You will be punished by your anger." What we think, we become." "You yourself, as much as anybody in the entire universe, deserve your love and affection." Three things cannot long be hidden: the sun, the moon, and the truth." https://www.factretriever.com/buddhism-facts Seek Your Inner Peace CNBUYS Zen Garden <p><a href="https://zengardenamaozn.tumblr.com/post/175492171045/amazing-buddhism-infographic-packed-with" class="tumblr_blog">zengardenamaozn</a>:</p><blockquote><h2><b>Amazing Buddhism infographic packed with mind-blowing facts, little-known history, surprising statistics</b></h2></blockquote> <p>I’ve wondered why so many Buddha statues are fat 🤔 Like is there a specific reason for that?</p>
Facts, Life, and Love: Essential
 Buddhism
 "No one saves us but
 ourselves. No one can and
 no one may. We ourselves
 must walk the path'"
 Gautama Buddha
 What Did Buddha Learn?
 Life is sufferingSuffering is
 Suffering can be
 eliminated
 caused by desire
 and attachment
 How Can Suffering be Eliminated?
 ..The Eightfold Plan
 RIGHT
 VIEW:
 Know the Truth
 RIGHT
 EFFORT:
 Resist Evil
 RIGHT INTENTIONs:
 Free Your Mind
 of Evil
 RIGHT ACTION:
 Good of Others
 Work for the
 :
 :
 \
 RIGHT SPEECH:
 Say Nothing that
 Hurts Others
 RIGHT
 CONCENTRATION:
 Practice Meditation
 RIGHT LIVELIHOOD:
 Respect Life
 RIGHT MINDFULNESS
 Control Your Thoughts

 What are the Eight Auspicious
 Symbols of Buddhism?
 Each symbol represents an aspect of Buddhist teachings:
 CONCH SHELL
 (sankha)
 The Spread of
 the Buddha's
 Teachings
 ENDLESS KNOT
 (shrivatsa):
 Infinite Wisdom
 of the Buddha
 PARASOL
 (chatra):
 Royalty and
 Protection
 GOLD FISHES
 (suvarnamatsya)
 Good Fortune,
 Fertility, and
 Salvation
 TREASURE VASE
 (kalasha)
 Spiritual and
 Material Abundance
 VICTORY BANNER
 (dhvaja)
 Victory of the
 Buddha's Wisdom
 over Ignorance
 WHEEL
 (dharmachakra):
 LOTUS
 (padma)
 Mental and
 Spiritual Purity
 The Teachings
 dr〒ソof the Buddha
 More Interesting Buddhism Facts
 Anyone can be a buddha, but
 there is only one "The Buddha"
 The three tallest
 statues in the world
 are of Buddha
 The Buddha was not
 chubby; he practiced
 moderation and was
 likely slim
 Unlike many other
 religions, Buddhism
 was primarily spread
 peacefully
 Buddhist temples
 are not places of
 worship but places
 where people come
 to study Buddha's
 teachings and
 meditate
 Popular Quotes from
 the Buddha:
 You will not be punished
 for your anger. You will be
 punished by your anger."
 What we think, we become."
 "You yourself, as much as
 anybody in the entire
 universe, deserve your
 love and affection."
 Three things cannot long
 be hidden: the sun, the
 moon, and the truth."
 https://www.factretriever.com/buddhism-facts

 Seek Your Inner Peace
 CNBUYS Zen Garden
<p><a href="https://zengardenamaozn.tumblr.com/post/175492171045/amazing-buddhism-infographic-packed-with" class="tumblr_blog">zengardenamaozn</a>:</p><blockquote><h2><b>Amazing Buddhism infographic packed with mind-blowing facts, little-known history, surprising statistics</b></h2></blockquote>

<p>I’ve wondered why so many Buddha statues are fat 🤔 Like is there a specific reason for that?</p>

zengardenamaozn:Amazing Buddhism infographic packed with mind-blowing facts, little-known history, surprising statistics I’ve wondered why ...

Facebook, News, and Photobomb: catsbeaversandducks: An Illinois couple recently tied the knot, but not before their Labrador Retriever, Boone, was able to pull off a legendary photobomb.Via NEWS CENTER Maine
Facebook, News, and Photobomb: catsbeaversandducks:

An Illinois couple recently tied the knot, but not before their Labrador Retriever, Boone, was able to pull off a legendary photobomb.Via NEWS CENTER Maine

catsbeaversandducks: An Illinois couple recently tied the knot, but not before their Labrador Retriever, Boone, was able to pull off a lege...