voldy's

Things voldemort should have made into horcruxes:
  1. A penny, he then should have gave that penny to a stranger and told them to pass it on , the result would be Harry Potter never being able to find the penny.

  2. His underwear , who wants to have to take someone’s underwear off of them?!

  3. A dead battery, who would suspect that?

  4. Lily and James’ tombstone. Could harry destroy his parents graves?

I am really annoyed with the idea that Slytherins are always cool, calm and unemotional. Most of the Slytherins we see are very emotional, and make a lot of important decisions based on strong emotion, and even foil themselves because they get too emotional. They’ll absolutely tear themselves apart for whatever they love, whether that’s a person or power. You have to feel strongly about something to be truly ambitious.

I MEAN JUST LOOK AT THE EXAMPLES. Someone insulted you/your family/someone you care about? Forget the snide comebacks, it’s time to SCREAM, YELL, CURSE THEM WITH BOILS. Family doesn’t approve of your boyfriend? ELOPE, it doesn’t matter whether this turns out to be a terrible decision. Boy Who Lived refuses to be your friend? OBSESS OVER HIM FOR THE NEXT SEVEN YEARS. Telepathic Dark Lord is threatening your son/childhood friend? Lie on the spot AND RISK A TORTUROUS DEATH TO DEFY HIM. Dark Lord is threatening your house elf? DRINK POISON AND THROW YOURSELF INTO A PIT OF ZOMBIES.

Slytherin is the House of cunning, not the House of rational decision-making??

I’ve been meaning to write a fic where a group of Slytherins get together and sneak a love potion to Draco, wanting Draco to fall in love with Harry for a day as a prank, but Draco just shows up in the Great Hall the next day acting completely normal and scowls at the back of Potter’s head at the Gryffindor table.

Then he says, “He’s a cretin, that Potter. Did you see him trip over his own shoelaces on his way to Charms? Who even wears shoes like that, anyway?” and everyone who knows about the prank just looks at each other with secondhand embarrassment.