DRACO MALFOY WEEK | DAY 3 - FAMILY➸ Join us as we take an exclusive trip to Malfoy Manor for a special interview and photo session!
“…as I move on to my next question, a thunderous explosion shakes the manor. While I’m terrified, Hermione and Draco don’t seem much fazed by the loud blast. Moments later, the culprits appear at the foot of the staircase. And I’m relieved to only find the three Malfoy children. The two eldest troublemakers look equally guilty and ashamed. The youngest sibling trail behind them with an unnerving smirk on her face…”
i almost scrolled away
Skipped the shower and went skinny dipping instead.
The Black Sisters at Hogwarts
Row row row your boat
The fuck away from me
So one of my best friends just told me she’s pregnant today and it’s kind of an unwanted situation so she hasn’t told her family yet and we were sitting and talking and her mom walks in and asks
“Hey, you wanna watch The Single Moms Club with me?”
And I swear the tension in the room was so heavy and awkward I just couldn’t look up. I won’t ever forget that moment.
I went to one of those parties you only see on tv. Where there’s enough alcohol for an army and the entire house is filled with smoke from pot and vaporizers. Where the music is so loud you can’t hear yourself talk and you have to go per with someone standing next to you waiting for their turn.
It was awesome
Adaptations of old stories will frequently move them closer to the production in time and/or space, even if the original is only a couple of decades old.
Distinct from Recycled IN SPACE in that the purpose is to make the story more familiar and accessible, whereas that trope is often based around transplanting a story into a less familiar setting. Also, by its nature, a Setting Update is typically made long after the original, whereas a Recycled Premise is usually a Me Too made to cash in on hot demand. Sometimes, especially with the more radical changes, it can be a genuinely clever analogy.