Hermoine Granger is actually based on Rowling’s 11-year-old self. Precious.
I can’t believe the Harry Potter series taught you nothing about accepting diversity, spreading love and light, and fighting discriminatory hate.
It makes sense that the American houses of Ilvermorny, as founded by completely different wizards, would represent different traits and values.
Determined, compulsive, and driven to succeed: that’s a Scorpio for you.
♬ “Draco’s gonna act up, he’s gonna get smacked up, he’s gonna call his daddy if he’s lookin’ for some back-up!” ♬
Forget Hufflepuffs who need constant validation, Ravenclaws who try to be the smartest person in the room, Gryffindors who are always showing off just how ~brave~ they can be.
Set the Sorting Hat on your heads, kids, because it’s time to find out whether your Hogwarts House would survive the terrifying situation of living through a horror movie.
This is a celebration of the badassery that truly imbibes Hufflepuff, a tribute to my fierce loyalty to this House, and, in all honesty, a giant middle finger raised high to everyone who writes us off, as if in a place as amazing as Hogwarts, there could really be an entire fourth of the school that’s just “not that special.”
Draco knows what he’s worth and gets what he wants. That’s got to translate well in the sack. I just can’t imagine Harry being able to get down and dirty without crying or asking “Am I hurting you?”
It’s 2016. Harry is now 35 and surely on the fast track for the Ministry’s top job. After a few terms in office for Kingsley Shacklebolt, wouldn’t the timeline make sense for The Boy Who Lived to be his successor?