Lmao! Love Harry always but elijahs comment was funny to and either way if either of them gets mistaken for each other its still a compliment lol. They should be grateful that the person they are mistaken for isnt an actor no one likes.
If I got it right, only those who saw death could hear the voices. Imagine how much effort Remus had to put in not running there quicker than Harry. He probably made it just because he remembered what he told Harry two years ago. That his parents gave life for him so he shouldn't waste it. His best friends gave life for Harry's life and thinking about it was probably the only thing making him not run to the veil as quick as possible for human being.
For fucking real! "*interrupts history teacher* When are we talking about the battle of Hogwarts though?
I thought this was gonna say something funny but Ima just waist ur time
Harry Potter - Happy birthday Neville Longbottom! July 30th
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This is really making me feel sad because Colin was really young.
19 Tumblr Posts That Prove The "Harry Potter" Books Are Way Better Than The Movies
Some of the best lines of the entire series were mercilessly cut from the movies.
A river otter is any of 13 living species of semiaquatic (or in the case of the sea otter, aquatic) mammals that feed on fish and shellfish, and also other invertebrates, amphibians, birds and small mammals. An otter's den is called a holt or couch. A male otter is a meowter, a female is a queen, and a baby is a pup. The collective nouns for otters are bevy, family, lodge, or romp, (being descriptive of their often playful nature) or, when in water, raft.