Actually, I think the kid is playing Minecraft. Which is essentially digital Legos.
Two generations of creative people, just different methods of expression. Let’s not shit on the digital age as much, ‘eh?
You know what’s great about Minecraft?
You don’t get lacerations from stepping on it.
you know what sucks about Minecraft? If you step on it you probably ruined $400
so if a bisexual dates someone of another gender, they’re really straight and looking for attention
and if a bisexual dates someone of the same gender, they’re really gay and calling themself bi out of internalized homophobia
and if a bisexual is polyamorous, they’re the reason bisexuals “can’t be trusted”
and single bisexuals are predatory liars
what the fuck are we supposed to do
i want a book just about Regulus Black can we please have that
Regulus growing up being brainwashed by his parents to the point where he’s incapable of forming his own opinions (and we get a bit of unreliable narrator which i love)
Regulus having a complicated relationship with Sirius due to the fact that he’s taught to hate his rebelling, Gryffindor, muggle-loving brother, but yet he still looks up to him (though doesn’t tell Sirius this of course, or ever speak of it aloud in fear that somehow his parents would find out)
Regulus being an amazing seeker but his parents don’t give him any congratulations on his talent because “sports are stupid and for those beneath us. Focus more on your studies Regulus, you’re grades are lacking in History of Magic”
Regulus having girlfriends to hide his sexuality from his homophobic parents and secretly being envious of Sirius who so carelessly flaunts his pansexuality in front of everyone
Regulus being unable to deal with all the pressure put on him
Regulus being unable to form any true friendships at Hogwarts because he is unable to trust anyone anymore
Regulus’s only friend being his house elf who he cares for deeply
Regulus seeing how his parents treat Kreacher and how his parents pureblood friends treat their house elves and for the first time in his life start to doubt his parent’s teachings
Regulus watching his older brother leave the Black manor, never to return while Regulus was there
Regulus watching his parents burn Sirius’s face off the tapestry
Regulus cursing himself for letting a single tear fall and staying up the whole night worrying that his parents might have seen his moment of weakness and will punish him for it
Regulus getting the dark mark and all the conflicting emotions of family loyalty versus loyalty to oneself and who one cares about (house elves)
Regulus learning that Voldemort intends to harm kreacher
Regulus silently rebelling for his house elf and asking for no credit for his deeds and making sure his house elf escapes safely
Regulus dying attempting to right his wrongs
Regulus Black, a good man destroyed by a bad home
Regulus Black being arguably, by Sirius’s own words, a better man than Sirius himself.
"If you want to know what a man’s like, take a good look at how he treats his inferiors, not his equals." -Sirius Black
Regulus always treating his lowly house elf Kreacher with respect.
Sirius always treating Kreacher like shit.
A marauders book told by view point of Regulus Black please