Chocolate and coffee come from beans.
And that's some sort of excuse to be a dick?
"Rules: You are not allowed to do anything that begins with, 'HEY Y'ALL, WATCH THIS!''
Smart!@# in the house! XD
From the books and interview material. The rest is simple math, really. Harry was twenty-seven when he was promoted and thirty-seven in the epilogue. Albus was obviously eleven and Lily nine. Therefore Albus was approximately one year old at the time of the promotion and Lily was born a year later. That makes two - James and Al.
No, the greatest challenge in life is to LEARN HOW TO SPELL "YOUR"!
I find it funny how this website seems to have the exact opposite opinion on Ray than YouTube does.
Meh. I'm not too big on Meekakitty, mostly because when she subbed for Ray she tried to BE Ray. Everybody else who's ever subbed for him has used their own jokes - albeit fitting with Ray's humor. Whenever Gabriel's been on =3 he never once does the troll. I think that's what makes Robby Motz so refreshing - he doesn't try to pull a Meekakitty and copy all of Ray's jokes. He does his own thing. :)
Envelope stars with a 'P'?
I'm a Hufflepuff. What does that have to do with anything? And you'd rather hang out with Snape, so therefore that makes him a "better person" by default? Why don't you try making a relevant argument for once, instead of talking nonsense?
No, he deserves - scratch that, NEEDS - someone with emotional STURDINESS. Y'know, someone who can just hold him as he cries. Because it may not have escaped your notice, but he practically has a 99% chance of coming out of the war with PTSD. But yeah, guys don't get PTSD, now do they? Not according to half the selfish little b*tches that make up my gender population!
That's...not an opinion, it's a question. And yes, he did become an Auror.
It's not as much about the characters as it is the authors.
Blah blah house pride blah. Now then, are you gonna give me a convincing argument or nah?
But if a character is created officially as tough as nails and a fanfic interprets her as a whiny little b*tch who gets whatever she pleases whenever she pleases just by crying her way to victory, what does that say about the author's perception of society, of women in general?