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1) Scream and shriek loudly and tell them you're speaking Mermish.
2) Always speak in a British accent (if you're not from the UK)
3) Relate everything they say to the Harry Potter sách & movies.
4) Crowd their hộp thư đến with HP-related emails, and make sure the subject are misleading.
5) Give them Harry Potter merchandise for their birthday and demand they treasure it forever.
6) Pretend bạn can do magic.
7) Yell "Crucio!" hoặc "Avada Kedavra!" if they insult Harry Potter.
8) If you're late for something, blame it on your broken Time Turner.
9) Sort every person bạn meet into one of the Hogwarts houses....
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posted by HopeEve
 ahem. try not to laugh.
ahem. try not to laugh.
ok so I found this stupid person listing all the reasons why twilight is better than twilight. so I replied to every single one. and this is her picture:





1. Robert Pattinson, can bạn say HOT? And he's totally sexy when he sparkles!

So? Hotness has absolutely no correlation to diễn xuất ability. He was also in Harry Potter first.


2. Taylor Lautner, I mean, have bạn SEEN those muscles?

NOT HOT. Strange nose, closed up eyes and no diễn xuất ability. That is just my personal opinion. As I said, hotness has no correlation to diễn xuất ability.

3. Kristen Stewart. An extremely talented and beautiful actress, with...
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posted by sharon-sel
J.K. Rowling's thoughts

This is a personal expression, which has nothing to do with tales of the dead.

Over the seventeen years that I planned and wrote the seven Harry Potter sách (not to mention Quidditch through the Ages, Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them and The Tales of Beedle the Bard), I generated a mass of information about the magical world that never appeared in the books. I liked knowing these things (which was fortunate, được trao that I couldn't stop my imagination spewing it all out) and often, when I needed a throwaway detail, I had it ready because of the background I had...
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