JK Rowling is a genius - not only because of the many intricate sub-plots she's managed to uphold but also because of stuff not many would notice, like the 'seven'-issue that was discussed here a while ago, how well the names relate to character's personalities and the simple fact that something as simple as love was the basis for the whole series. amirite?

There are so many life lessons to be learned from the books--all of Dumbledore's words of wisdom, and the subtle themes running through all of them, like courage and trust.

There's no need to call me "sir", Professor. amirite?

I had forgotten about this line! Made my afternoon.

You girls are as cute as a small spherical object that is sewn onto a shirt and main objective is to securely hold said shirt together, Amirite?
It is not the dark that is frightening, it is the unknown, amirite?

As Dumbledore said, it is the unknown we fear when we look upon death and darkness, nothing more.

The number seven is very significant in Harry Potter. 7 books, 7 horcruxes 7 years at Hogwarts, 7 Weasley children. Things we don't notice are amazing, amirite?
@SIMU51mu Oh... I'm smart...

Because Voldemort himself was the eighth piece of soul, right?

If you're going to become one with nature, do a thoreau job of it, amirite?
if you could choose a super power you wouldn't choose something obvious like flying or seeing through walls, you'd choose something so much cooler like being able to communicate with animals, or the ability to give random people mustaches, amirite?

This post made my day. Some people are such Negative Nellies.

What if a goldfish's mind held all the secrets in the universe in that 3 second memory span? It would be in the greatest bliss in the world; reaching an infinite state of enlightenment and satisfaction, forgetting it all so none of the troubles can reach you, and then having that joy of discovery all over again... amirite?

What a beautiful thought!

Goblet of Fire and Prisoner of Azkaban are the best Harry Potter books, amirite?
@My favs are PoA and DH.

Me too, although GoF might be the best mystery plot.

If they leave the 'There's the silver lining I've been looking for' dialogue out of the DH movie, you will be pissed. amirite?
@456026

True. Nice username :)

What came first? Phoenix or the Fire? amirite?
@851338

that's what I was going to say ;)

It's empowering when you can write a really good essay on a book you hate. It's like a literary boxing match, and victory is so satisfying, amirite?
@tododapurplecow You have totally just pumped me up to finish a project for a stupid book.... :D Thanks!

Yay! I'm glad. And you have inspired me to get off this site and finish my essay.

sleepovers= popcorn, movies, prank calling, talking about boys, truth or dare, and doing hair. amirite?
It is exciting to find the title of a the book within the reading, amirite?

So true! It makes you wonder when/how the title was chosen--was it selected after the book was finished, or did was it the central idea of the whole story to begin with...

Everything here is edible. Even I'm edible, but that, my children, is called cannibalism and that is frowned upon in most societies. amirite?