"I think this is a very interesting topic that deserves it's own book. But since J.K Rowling hasn't written that book yet, Ihave to be content with fanfictions. And there are some very good fanfictions about this topic.
I believe that the…"
"I feel like at least some process must have been made, though obviously there were still some prejudice within the characters, because the children still didn't want to get into Slytherin. So not everything was perfectly equal. At the same…"
"maybe i'm projecting, but i always got the feeling that there would have been a push (though not necessarily from Minister Shacklebolt) to heal rather than fester, to forgive and rebuild rather than condemn. of note is the fact that most…"
There's something I've wondered about and then I realized that this is probably the best place ever to start a discussion like this.We all know how the world Voldemort tries to create by the end of Harry Potter is a lot like the world Adolf Hitler tried to create back in the 30ties and 40ties.We also know that after WWII there was a great big aftermath. People wanted revenge. Especially here in Denmark and in Germany this was an issue (It actually still is). People needed punishment for the…See More
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There's also the thing about the chair.
The chair Oswin is sitting in is exactly the same chair as the one Jenny is sitting in when she leaves (Remember Jenny? The Doctors Daughter). I know it's far fetched but what…"
"I'm not sure but I think the reason the doctor had to go in there was because the shield could only be turned off from inside. So for some reason they decided to blow it all up but they couldn't because the shield was on.
20 years old Danish nerd. I read a lot and I write poems and short stories, mostly in Danish but I'm working on that. I also shoot photos.
Favorite Books, Movies, Music, and more
I'm the type of person who likes every new book I read and every new album i hear better than the last one so it's kinda hard for me to pinpoint favorites. But among the stuff I like to read is the usual stuff as Sherlock Holmes, Tolkien, Harry Potter and so on, and then I have a weird preference for those scary, sad, fantastic books that you have to fight your way through because of what it does to you - those a real art.
What's your favorite thing to put on your head?
I am tempted to say something nerdy and smart here, but I'm just gonna go with "Hats"
If you could do your happy dance with anyone who would it be with?