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FUCK CONNOR’S BOOK WAS REALLY GOOD I COULDN’T PUT IT DOWN AT ALL AND IT WAS VERY WELL WRITTEN AND IM CRYING SO IM SO PROUD OF HIM AND I LEARNT SO MANY THINGS FROM THE BOOK AND IT CHANGED MY PERSPECTIVE ON MY LIFE AND HE MENTIONED TROYE LIKE 2 TIMES AND KIND OF INDIRECTLY MENTIONED HIM IN ONE OART AND OMG I LOVE CONNOR AND I WISH THE BOOK NEVER ENDED

I know it isn’t popular to believe this, but part of me always gets a little irked when people say they are bored. There is so much to do in this world. There are so many movies, television shows, books, video games, museums, plays, etc. waiting to be consumed. There are things to see, stitch, crochet, draw, paint, sculpt, write, cook, etc. You can walk a mile, climb a hill, wander a mall, take a class, swim, etc. Can’t you see how much there is to do in this world? The world has so much to offer. Bored is so very nearly impossible.

“What I’m interested in is writing without the gaze, without the white gaze,” she told me. “In so many earlier books by African-American writers, particularly the men, I felt that they were not writing to me. But what interested me was the African-American experience throughout whichever time I spoke of. It was always about African-American culture and people — good, bad, indifferent, whatever — but that was, for me, the universe.”

Toni Morrison Covers the The New York Times Magazine.

A tiny for her year quiet and notoriously shy third year muggleblorn Hufflepuff girl casts her Patronus for the first time.

Silver erupts, and keeps going, and keeps going, and keeps going until it moves out a window because it was filling up the whole room, and the professors can hear shouts from outside.

Her Patronus a huge floating turtle - that literally cover most of the grounds and the Forbidden Forest - with four elephants standing on it’s shell supporting a disc on their backs.

And someone yells “WHO THE FUCK HAS A’TUIN AND THE DISC AS THEIR PATRONUS?!”

Favorite characters, favorite spells, the reality that butterbeer doesn’t exist, which Slytherin member would you like to punch in the face more…these are just a few things that us Harry Potter fans have to think about when we discuss the greatest fiction series of all time. With so many books and an array of different characters, it’s in the Would You Rathers that some of our best debates lie.
So tell us, what would you rather choose?


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