Let’s do a tag game where we don’t use words, just commonly put together letters:

  • co
  • ie
  • ta
  • po
  • sc
  • si
  • bl
  • mu

Anonymous asked:

I feel like you got an appreciation for facts and metadata in such a way that maybe you wouldn't strain yourself for a standard 4.0 but that you genuinely like to give people as much insight into a topic as you know (overarching or detail), and receive in turn as well, so like, Ravenclaw, I figure. I've seen you patron-hen people who were stressed out and basically shoosh pap yourself a tad Hufflepuff but I also feel like your approaches are Ravenclaw approaches.

I was gonna say “I absolutely stressed over school” but then I remembered that a lot of that was things like that time in tenth grade I had a nervous breakdown over Thanksgiving break because I felt like I wasn’t learning anything in my biology class. basically I cried until my parents got them to put me in the advanced placement bio class instead. Or the time in my English class when we were taking a quiz on the Hobbit and I genuinely forgot how little info that book actually gave us about Gandalf because I was reading the Silmarillion in my spare time. So yeah, you’re pretty on the money. I stress about how much info I can get/share, not about what my transcript says.

quintessentialverbalized asked:

I'd put you in Ravenclaw but I think that might just be because you're really good at putting complicated shit (gender. gender shit.) into easily-understood but nonreductionist terms and that's generally considered an Academics Thing

Yeah, I’ve always mostly thought of myself as a Ravenclaw - partly because I do genuinely enjoy being able to break down information and synthesize it into something I can explain, and partly because “learn all the things” was very much an important part of eleven-year-old bittyBramble’s self image and I suspect that that’s what would have really mattered.

loadsamomo asked:

For a Hogwarts house; I would say Hufflepuff, definitely. Hufflepuff suggests that anybody willing to learn is a valuable student, which really gets the point, if you ask me! It appreciates people as individuals in a very sincere way. That kind of profound compassion can absolutely be felt in the things you write.

Oh, gosh, I’ve always thought I was a little pedatic and Not A Team Player for Hufflepuff, but I’m super honored that you think I’d fit there!

oldstonefacevimes asked:

Name two things you like about yourself, then pass it on to the first ten people on your dash. #teamselfesteem

OK I. Uh. I.

  1. I have really good taste in pop-culture novelty t-shirts.
  2. Apparently I am good with the putting the words in an order people want to read despite the fact that it just took me like five tries to spell “people” right??? Yeah I’m good at words. That’s a thing.