slytherin wins the house cup.
haha wait I forgot, 100 points to harry potter for breathing.
Who else remembers when Harry just assumed Oliver Wood was a stick McGonagall was going to beat him with.
sit down you little fucks i ain't done yet
to hermione granger thank fuck you read books or else these two dipshits would be dead by now here have 50 points or something
to ron weasley for being an awesome chess player here bro let's fist bump you a little smart ginger 50 points for you too
next for harry potter cuz i know i'm only breeding you to die and i feel bad bro here have 50 points sorry about your shitty life xoxo
and neville here have like 10 points cause i hate slytherin and i need an excuse for gryffindor to win okay dumbledore out
“Oh, I loved my [onscreen] children! I loved them! The fourth film, I wasn’t in it, and I got postcard from them saying, ‘Come back, Mom! Dad can’t control us!’ The whole feel of the job was very homey and very family. I’ve never known a film [series] like it. I suppose it’s because we were there for 10 years and we saw the children grow up and the rest of us grow old. It didn’t ever feel like work.” —Julie Walters (Mrs. Weasley)
(Source: fadingspells, via mergirls)
In Harry Potter and the Half Blood Prince, Cornelius Fudge tells the Prime Minister that the previous one “tried to throw him out the window.” HBP is set in 1996, the PM was John Major. Before him it was Margaret Thatcher.
MARGARET THATCHER TRIED TO THROW THE MINISTER OF MAGIC OUT THE WINDOW.
SHE WASN’T CALLED THE IRON LADY FOR NOTHING.