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I'm crazy?
Like Luna Lovegood. But blonde inside not on the outside.
I'm a fish.
I'm easily distrac- OMG A SQUIRREL!!
I love Harry Potter.
And uhhm I can't spell. XD
My friend is typing this.
(Haaai everyone reading this, I'm Geraldine's friend :3).
Baai XD


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living-death:

In pages of J.K. Rowling’s seven novels, the Harry Potter cycle became the most successful literary series of our time - perhaps of all time. New words entered the language: Hogwarts, Muggle, Quidditch, Mudblood… Characters like Harry, Ron, Hermione, Dumbledore, Snape, and Voldemort who musn’t be - oh damn, I named him. They made an indelible mark in the imagination of millions of adults and children the world over. Could such an unprecedented and astounding phenomenon ever be translated to the screen? Well with a total of twenty-eight BAFTA nominations, and the final installment still to come, the Harry Potter series has shown british film-making in its very best light. Dramatically, dazzling, technically breath-taking, internationally record-breaking, at the heart of the film’s appeal, is the fact that no matter how much money they make, and believe me, it is a shi-load… the Harry Potter movies all seem to have been crafted with an attention to detail and the love which bespeaks genuine care and affection. So successfully, inventively, and faithfully, have the Harry Potter movies transferred J.K. Rowling’s vision to the screen, that some have suggested, unbelievable though it may seem, the films may actually be better than the quite brilliantly voiced audiobooks. 

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skarosoul:

living-death:

In pages of J.K. Rowling’s seven novels, the Harry Potter cycle became the most successful literary series of our time - perhaps of all time. New words entered the language: Hogwarts, Muggle, Quidditch, Mudblood… Characters like Harry, Ron, Hermione, Dumbledore, Snape, and Voldemort who musn’t be - oh damn, I named him. They made an indelible mark in the imagination of millions of adults and children the world over. Could such an unprecedented and astounding phenomenon ever be translated to the screen? Well with a total of twenty-eight BAFTA nominations, and the final installment still to come, the Harry Potter series has shown british film-making in its very best light. Dramatically, dazzling, technically breath-taking, internationally record-breaking, at the heart of the film’s appeal, is the fact that no matter how much money they make, and believe me, it is a shi-load… the Harry Potter movies all seem to have been crafted with an attention to detail and the love which bespeaks genuine care and affection. So successfully, inventively, and faithfully, have the Harry Potter movies transferred J.K. Rowling’s vision to the screen, that some have suggested, unbelievable though it may seem, the films may actually be better than the quite brilliantly voiced audiobooks. 

XD

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skarosoul:

Doctor, you speak words of great wisdom <3

skarosoul:

Doctor, you speak words of great wisdom <3