Parents get Harry Potter trivia very, very wrong (x)

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Harry Potter graphs/charts

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Peter was muttering distractedly; Harry caught words such as ‘far-fetched’ and ‘lunacy’ but he couldn’t help paying more attention to the ashen colour of Pettigrew’s face and the way his eyes continued to dart towards the windows and door. —In which Peter Pettigrew makes a bloody brilliant pun about Sirius being a dog animagus and Remus a werewolf, yet the entire fandom missed it. (via wickedwitchofthewestofficial)

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Hogwarts: first and last time

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No I’m not following the World Cup tournament. The last time I cared about a special Cup, Cedric Diggory died.

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Google is still in denial

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so sometimes i think about harry potter being in the aurors and like

he’d never really thought about child protective services, muggle or otherwise, cause it’d never been relevant, right? like when he was a miserable kid he just thought that was what it was like…

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But why Snape when you can Regulus? —(via marauders4evr)

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i warned you they were depressing

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You know what I just realized? The last words Sirius said to Harry are an echo of the last words Harry heard from James. 

 ’Harry, take the prophecy, grab Neville and run!’ (OOTP35)

Lily, take Harry and go! It’s him! Go! Run! I’ll hold him off-‘ (POA12)

He lost his father and his godfather in the same way. They died running into battle to keep him safe, and they did so before he could even fathom that losing them was a possibility.

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