more like 50 shades of how not to be in a BDSM relationship
"This great republic is a mockery of freedom as long as you are doomed to dig and sweat to earn a miserable living while the masters enjoy the fruit of your toil. What have you to fight for? National independence? That means the masters’ independence. The laws that send you to jail when you demand better living conditions? The flag? Does it wave over a country where you are free and have a home, or does it rather symbolize a country that meets you with clenched fists when you strike for better wages and shorter hours? Will you fight for your masters’ religion which teaches you to obey them even when they tell you to kill one another? Why don’t you make a junk heap of your masters’ religion, his civilization, his kings and his customs that tend to reduce a man to a brute and God to a monster? Let there go forth a clarion call for liberty. Let the workers form one great world-wide union, and let there be a globe-encircling revolt to gain for the workers true liberty and happiness."
Something that really bothers me
How many people romanticize the character of Severus Snape. If I had a freaking nickle for every “Always” Harry Potter tattoo I’ve seen, I’d have a fuckton of nickles.
Severus Snape was not an evil character. However, he was not some perfect angel of romantic love either. He was practically a stalker who treated the child of the only woman he ever loved with abuse and contempt. He was an abusive, bitter bully.
He was tragic, yes, but he was NOT a good guy and I deeply question the judgement of anyone who would get an “Always” tattoo.