no but could you imagine one of the quidditch team members saying “knock on wood” and they all just hit oliver before a big match

I’m almost a thousand percent sure the Weasley twins did that at some point

whobbits: hace como siglos que no te hablo pero solo quería decirte que tus dibujos siguen siendo rad y tal :3 ¡besotes!

aww gracias Anna (pero mis dibujos son trash), no te preocupes, todavía te llevo en la patata :D

btw, mucha suerte con segundo!!! échale paciencia, espero que tengas un buen inicio de curso y que vaya bien la cosa (seguro que sí ;3 ). Segundo es super shitty pero se pasa volando muCHA SUERTE!!!! uvu

¡¡Un abrazo!!

Anonymous: Holo!! Soy Juls ~(‾▿‾~) He desaparecido de tumblr bc mental health + insti pero volveré (toy mejor now)!!!! Sólo quiero desearte buen inicio de curso y tal, seguro que la uni es como superchachi σ(≧ε≦o)σ(≧ε≦o)σ(≧ε≦o). Dihfruta!! (no cal que lo publiques/contestes solo que meeeeh)


some more outside drawings! I went to LA for a while






Meet the First Woman to Win Math’s Most Prestigious Prize

As an 8-year-old, Maryam Mirzakhani used to tell herself stories about the exploits of a remarkable girl. Every night at bedtime, her heroine would become mayor, travel the world or fulfill some other grand destiny.

Today, Mirzakhani — a 37-year-old mathematics professor at Stanford University — still writes elaborate stories in her mind. The high ambitions haven’t changed, but the protagonists have: They are hyperbolic surfaces, moduli spaces and dynamical systems. In a way, she said, mathematics research feels like writing a novel. “There are different characters, and you are getting to know them better,” she said. “Things evolve, and then you look back at a character, and it’s completely different from your first impression.”

Learn more about Maryam Mirzakhani at wired.

Anonymous: Yo have u started uni yet

yo, not yet, i start lessons the 23rd but it’s mostly a introductory day so we aren’t doing much