No, Mom. I go to Hogwarts.
Mom: So are you ready for school tomorrow?
Me: What? I don't start tomorrow. I start Wednesday.
Mom: What are you talking about?
Me: September 1st is when I start, Mom.
Mom: No. Stop being silly. I'm waking you up at six tomorrow.
Me: Why? The train doesn't leave until eleven.
Mom: What train? Stop being ridiculous. You're scaring me. Now did you get all your supplies?
Me: No. I have almost everything, but I still need my owl. Will you pick it up for me?
Mom: I'm serious. Quit.
Me: Mom. I'm scared.
Mom: Oh, honey! Why?
Me: .... What if they put me in Slytherin?
Mom: GO TO YOUR ROOM.
That awkward moment when you’re typing, then your friend starts typing, so then you stop typing, then they stop typing.
That awkward moment when you’re laughing really hard and your friends ask you what you’re laughing at, you tell them, and they don’t think it’s funny.
When a hot person sits next to you,
allidoispartypartyparty: On the inside, you’re like: And you wanna be like: But you just sit there like:
That awkward moment when you’re all enthusiastic and your friend’s just like “…”.
That awkward moment when you’re singing in front of your friends and you suddenly forget the lyrics.
oohhhh i wanna dance with somebody! →
so. cute. →
no-excuses-no-lies: at first your just staring at the screen waiting for it to load like then your start getting impatient and pissed and irritated and then you finally snap then it finally loads and your like and then you click on something else and the cycle repeats
Hell yeah, full battery (8) →
That awkward moment when you write a really long message, and all you get back for a reply is “oh”.
That awkward moment when you say hi and no one says hi back.
That awkward moment when you upload a picture, status, etc., on Facebook, and no one ‘likes’ it and you think, “What’s wrong with it?”
I now read the words "bloody hell" with a British...
That awkward moment when the teacher calls on you to answer a question but you don’t know the answer.
the overstreets... →
That awkward moment when you walk into the classroom and everyone stops talking and looks at you.
That awkward moment when you’re walking and you see your friend walking towards you, they wave, you wave back, and after they walk straight past you, that’s when you realize they weren’t waving to you.