5. Ginny-For starters, I love her beautiful red hair. It's so gorgeous. I love it when she has that white flower in her hair, it's pretty. I also love her eyes. She's just stunning. She has an amazing smile. She is such a natural beauty.
4. McGonagall-Now, before you start calling me weird, let me explain. Have you seen her as a young woman? She's gorgeous! I love her big eyes, they're so amazing. She has gorgeous hair.
3. Luna-I love Luna's looks! She's stunning! I love her long, blonde hair. I also adore her eyes, not to big and not too small. I love her radish earrings, they compliment her...
I love Draco Malfoy so much! And we all know that he has a knack for good comebacks. So, these are some things you can say or do when he insults you. Let's get this list started!
1.If he calls you a Mudblood, say "At least I'm no bleached blonde." 2. If he makes fun of you for being bad at Quidditch, get the Snitch from right under his nose and don't let him forget it. 3. Slap him across the face. 4. Do a Moody and turn him into a ferret. 5. Turn his hair pink. 6. Call him a Daddy's boy. 7. Bewitch snowballs to constantly hit him on the back of his head. 8. Sneak a Puking Pastille into his dinner--...
Please read and tell me what you all think about it! My first one *fingers crossed*
Summary: My first ever fanfic! The Next Generation kids can't get enough during Christmas at the Burrow! All ages set two years before epilogue.
A snowball sailed through the air, nearly missing a blonde head as it hit a tree. "Take that!" cried fifteen year old Victoire Weasley as she got up and aimed a snowball at her sister, thirteen year old Dominique Weasley. Dominique squealed as the snowball collided with her forehead. "I'll get you for that!" she yelled, as she chucked a snowball through...
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Disclaimer: THIS IS NOT MINE! YOU HEAR ME! NOT. MINE. Who does it belong to then? Well, it belongs to the fanfiction writer link (Found on Fanfiction.net.) The fanfic that this song came from is called link. It's a Draco Malfoy/Harry Potter fanfic, and if that turns you off, then I'm sorry, but please do read this song. If you want to read this fanfic (And please do) then I must warn you that it has MATURE CONTENT and is rated M. That is all. Enjoy!
"12 Days of Christmas" Sung by Seamus, lyrics done by Galadriell.
On the first day of Christmas my true love gave to me a wilting Whomping Willow...
A handy-dandy Wikihow article on how to make a horcrux, for all you aspiring Dark witches and wizards out there! Credit: wikihow.com
1. Become an extremely powerful witch or wizard. This will take years of study and sacrifice which lie beyond the scope of a WikiHow article. As a general guide you should not attempt to create a horcrux until you can cast non-verbal killing curses.
2. Locate an object of extreme significance to you. An emotional attachment to the object will aid the process and make it easier on your body and soul.
3. Bathe in the Water of Sorrows and eat 1 cup of paste made from...
So I've been thinking about this a lot lately...I discussed this with a friend a few months ago. We were talking about how many Christian groups (as you well know) have condemned HP as anti-Christian. In fact, I believe that the Harry Potter story is actually a symbolization of the Christian religion. Note: This is entirely my opinion and is not meant as "Christian propaganda" or to offend anyone in the slightest. It is merely my opinion! :)
Harry Potter is Jesus. Whaaaaat?! 1) Both HP and Jesus were born into humble beginnings. Jesus was born in Bethlehem, a tiny town literally in the middle...
I just want to state right away that J. K. Rowling is in no way sexist. This is about the fans and again, not all of them.
Ginerva Molly Weasley. The love of Harry Potter's life, the mother of his children. Headstrong, smart, cunning, quick-thinking, and fierce. The hero to many girls, young and old, and the object of affection to many boys out there as well.
Hermione Jane Granger. The love of Ron Weasley's life, the mother of his children. Also headstrong, smart, cunning, quick-thinking, and just as fierce, if only in a slightly different way. Hermione is possibly the most well-known of the...
Ever wondered what the dedications at the beginning of each Harry Potter book mean? You can find all the answers on this page!
Harry Potter and the Philosopher/Sorcerer's Stone For Jessica, who loves stories, for Anne, who loved them too, and for Di, who heard this one first. Explanation: Jessica is JK Rowling’s twelve-year-old daughter. Anne was Jo’s mother, who, unfortunately, died of Multiple Sclerosis on December 30th, 1990. Dianne, or “Di," is Jo’s younger sister who she read Philosopher/Sorcerer’s Stone before Jo sent it off to be reviewed.
At my uni we've been studying the way gender and sexism shapes the education curriculum.
This was an article we were actually given to read and debate about in a seminar:
"Harry Potter's girl trouble The world of everyone's favorite kid wizard is a place where boys come first. By Christine Schoefer
Four factors made me go out and buy the Harry Potter books: Their impressive lead on the bestseller lists, parents' raves about Harry Potter's magical ability to turn kids into passionate readers, my daughters' clamoring and the mile-long waiting lists at the public library. Once I opened "The Sorcerer's...