Ron, to be fair, in the movie universe, most of your siblings don’t seem to like you that much. I say ‘most’ because we never really see Charlie except in a cameo. It doesn’t make it right, but (sadly) it makes sense in the general rules of this universe.
(Also- Hermione’s expression in the sixth photo is really sweet- like she’s thinking ‘don’t listen to them, Ron- I know you’re awesome’)
Oh, and Seamus- just shut up and snog Dean- he should be turning up soon.
heres to the slytherins who can’t bring themselves to kill spiders. who smile at strangers. who compliment that girls dress just to see her smile. who buy random gifts for their friends just because. who are kind and ambitious despite all of the stereotypes pressed onto them.
heres to the gryffindors who scream when they see bugs. who are terrified of the dark. who want nothing more than to just be a background character. who are shy and brave despite all of the stereotypes pressed onto them.
heres to the hufflepuffs who dont have many friends. who have a resting bitch face that scares people. who have social anxiety. who almost never smile. who dont like social events. who are loyal and lonely despite all of the stereotypes pressed onto them.
heres to the ravenclaws who struggle with their grades. who hate reading with a passion. who need a tutor to keep their grades decent. who cant solve any of the riddles. who arent the best in school but still strive to learn.
heres to the hogwarts students who feel like they dont fit into their house.
Harry telling him that the Burrow was the best house he’d ever been in
Harry saying that Dumbledore knew he’d want to come back
Ron tearfully telling the twins what he thinks Harry is going through at Privet Drive and instead of making fun of him, Fred wipes his tears while George says “we’ll just have to go get him then, won’t we?”
Being rescued by Harry and Ron from the giant troll
Getting accepted to Hogwarts
Ron squeezing her hand when they see Harry is alive
Realizing Harry wasn’t killed by Voldemort
Luna befriending her in their second year while others have avoided her because of Riddle’s influence last year
Winning the big quidditch game and getting kissed by Harry for the first time, all in the same day no less
Seeing Ron be impressed by her as she practices curses
Dancing around with her mother as a little kid while her father smiled and worked
The first time Harry complimented her spellwork in a DA meeting
Going to a Wizard Rock concert with Ginny one summer night, her first summer adventure with a friend
Ginny asking her and Neville to reform the DA while Harry, Ron, and Hermione look for horcruxes
Luna sleepily kissing him on the cheek while he organizes stuff for the DA and Ginny plans
Dumbledore awarding him points for standing up to Harry, Ron, and Hermione
His grandmother being proud of him for being accepted to Hogwarts
The moment he stands up to Voldemort and realizes he isn’t as scared as he used to be
The thing about Harry Potter as a character is that he is insanely observant when he actually cares enough to pay attention. Meaning 90% of the stuff he deems unimportant flies over his head, but he makes these huge leaps of logic and intuition when he bothers to focus. Like in the books when it comes to anything relating to Voldemort or Death Eaters or People Not To Be Trusted (Draco, Umbridge). Growing up, he had to be able to see when a situation was going south long before the frying pan or Dudley’s fists came his way. But he also had to be able to ignore and tune out the constant flow of shit and neglect he was treated to.
If you think about it, for all the better aspects of Hogwarts, it still followed this same basic pattern. He had to pay close attention to the things trying to kill him (even classes took a back seat to this), but find a way to ignore and not acknowledge all the rumors and staring and people thinking he’s a prat or the heir of slytherin or a liar. I think this is why the arguments that Harry is a mushroom and notices nothing, and the arguments that he is deductively brilliant can exist side by side. He’s both. It’s also why, in my opinion, he tends to be ridiculously observant of Ginny once he starts to notice her as something important. She barely exists in the early narrative other than Someone to Be Saved. It’s also why Ginny can sometimes feel like she ‘comes from nowhere’ in the narrative. As far as Harry is concerned, she did come from nowhere. The switch in Harry’s brain went from Doesn’t Matter–Ignore to Very Important–Pay Close Attention, and BAM, there she was. Everywhere.