"Maybe, maybe, maybe there’s one right here. Y’know trees get lonely too so they need friends. Just give him a little friend here."
"Isn’t that a super way to make a little evergreen? I used to agonize over this."
INFP: extremely affectionate
ESTJ: can’t hold their tongue; “chatty cathy”
ISFP: wants to hug everybody
ESFJ: loud and boisterous
ISFJ: type most likely to dial their ex
ENTP: comes up with crazy off-the-wall theories
ISTJ: “i’m horny, let’s have sex”
ENFP: social skills on steroids
INTP: likes to have deep conversations with people
ENTJ: contemplates the feeling of own intoxication
ISTP: impulsive “daredevil”
ENFJ: professes undying love to all of their friends
INFJ: finds everything hilarious
ESTP: tolerance for bullshit is even lower
INTJ: still the most rational person in the room
ESFP: wants to be the life of the party
NEVERMIND I FOUND THE MOST HELPFUL PICTURE IN EXISTENCE EVER
This is pretty cool. It shows us that Gryffindors never share a core class with Ravenclaws, while Hufflepuffs never share a core class with Slytherins.
This is why we know so little about the Ravenclaws in canon (unless you, like me, kept tabs on every Ravenclaw mentioned no matter how minor) - because Harry never has classes with the Ravenclaws.
These are a selection of source books and scholarly works on the fascinating (and often overlooked) subject of women in antiquity:
Goddesses, Whores, Wives, and Slaves: Women in Classical Antiquity, by Sarah B. Pomeroy, an essential study of the lives of women in Greece and Rome. “The first treatment to reflect the critical insights of modern feminism.” — Mary Beard
"The pages of Snyder’s text are filled with stirring revelations about women’s achievements."—Susan C. Jarratt, Composition Chronicle
All titles link to the book’s Amazon page.