dontbesillyo:

so they’ve greeted each other across time, space and carpets …

*i’m worried about that lady holding the rail - security is ready to shut her DOWN

the-absolute-funniest-posts:

-do-you-mind-if-i-slytherin:

#me

You all realize this is us in about 20 years.

The Dobby guy in the background kinda freaks me out


"I wasn’t good at school. I mean I wasn’t naughty or anything. I just wasn’t very good at anything much. I was a very late reader, and um I don’t think the schools I went to quite catered for people who needed help, really. I was very good at poetry and learning things, I liked that, and I was sent up to this LAMADA poetry competition to London. My mother said, ‘well we’ll get the train back up at lunch time because you know’…. I got through the first one, she was amazed. Then I was sent into another room, and did it again, and got through that and they said, ‘You’ve got to come back to the final.’ So, she was astounded, and so was I actually. So in front of all these hundreds of children, and schools, and people, I got up and said ‘The Ship’ by J.C.Squire and won this cup. And then we were going to school the next day and there were these awful headmistresses, there were 2 of them, Ms. Bowen and Ms. Bannister. And my mother jumped out of the car and said, ‘Here, you see, she can do something!’ Good ol’ mum, she was really behind you….” — Penelope Wilton

"I wasn’t good at school. I mean I wasn’t naughty or anything. I just wasn’t very good at anything much. I was a very late reader, and um I don’t think the schools I went to quite catered for people who needed help, really. I was very good at poetry and learning things, I liked that, and I was sent up to this LAMADA poetry competition to London. My mother said, ‘well we’ll get the train back up at lunch time because you know’…. I got through the first one, she was amazed. Then I was sent into another room, and did it again, and got through that and they said, ‘You’ve got to come back to the final.’ So, she was astounded, and so was I actually. So in front of all these hundreds of children, and schools, and people, I got up and said ‘The Ship’ by J.C.Squire and won this cup. And then we were going to school the next day and there were these awful headmistresses, there were 2 of them, Ms. Bowen and Ms. Bannister. And my mother jumped out of the car and said, ‘Here, you see, she can do something!’ Good ol’ mum, she was really behind you….” — Penelope Wilton

(via fuckyeahpenelopewilton)

dontbesodroopy:

Maggie Smith and Robert Stephens - Private Lives, 1972