He wrote "your exact weight" on the piece of paper.
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?
Blah blah house pride blah. Now then, are you gonna give me a convincing argument or nah?
And the birthdays in the back.
Make another one where it says "this post is false," just to mess with people.
Blame the best man.
1.) Snape abused a student. But hey, at least he didn't murder said student! He MUST be a MUCH better person than the student he abused!
2.) Consider these two for a moment. Harry is the orphaned son of the man who bullied Snape and the woman he refused to get over. Snape, a thirty-something-year-old teacher, took this out on a teenage boy, a student, simply because of his parentage. I'm not saying Snape should have "liked and praised" him, but he could at least have been halfway decent instead of holding onto an immature grudge.
3.) Speaking of the grudge, he did not fight through it. Yes, he performed a few decent acts to save Harry, but he also knowingly made it difficult for Harry to not only make good enough grades to pursue his dream career, but to save himself and others as well. He had the world on his shoulders, and Snape knew this, but he insisted on putting his two sickles in just to make things harder. If Snape had been any sort of "better person" than Harry, he would never have made him even more stressed than he already was.
4.) Would YOU hold a grudge on a teacher who insisted on abusing you just because of events that occurred before you were born?
5.) What has Harry done that is SO REPREHENSIBLE that you consider SNAPE to be a better person? Perhaps you should READ THE FUCKING BOOKS.
Okay, that was hilarious.
I...hope you're joking.
Ads aren't supposed to be "annoying" at all. They're supposed to attract audiences or consumers. If they're "annoying," they get nothing.
Because in the standard relationship, the man is expected to "treat the girl right" but nobody says anything about the girl "treating the guy right".
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.