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Re: Wild about Harry, the Harry Potter book discussion

Postby Liv-wa » Thu Aug 28, 2008 9:19 pm

luv_edward_cullen wrote:I thought it was really funny in the PP movie when Mcgonagall walks in on Quirrel holding an iguana. Maybe it's just me because I'm so easily entertained :P


It was extremely entertaining. I sometimes wish Quirrel wasn't dead...he made things interesting.

Does anyone enjoy reading the series backwards? I find it fasinating...you pick up on little things more easily.
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Re: Wild about Harry, the Harry Potter book discussion

Postby luv_edward_cullen » Thu Aug 28, 2008 9:37 pm

Liv-wa wrote:Does anyone enjoy reading the series backwards? I find it fasinating...you pick up on little things more easily.

It's like going back in time!
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Re: Wild about Harry, the Harry Potter book discussion

Postby *Bloodlust* » Thu Aug 28, 2008 9:38 pm

luv_edward_cullen wrote:I thought it was really funny in the PP movie when Mcgonagall walks in on Quirrel holding an iguana. Maybe it's just me because I'm so easily entertained :P


You have NO IDEA how hard that made me laugh! I'm still wiping away the tears. Soooooo random and FUNNY! There's so much random/funny crap in the movies. Like in movie 4 when the boys of Gryffindor eat those candies and then Ron roars like a lion and Harry's a train! Too funny unnecessary, but that's why it was so entertaining! :lol:

Liv-wa wrote:Does anyone enjoy reading the series backwards? I find it fasinating...you pick up on little things more easily.


Sounds interesting actually. In fact, doing that with most series would be a good way to catch everything. If I wasn't so...obsessive and compulsive about doing things in order...still sounds intruguing though. Going back in time? Hahaha time turner!!
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Re: Wild about Harry, the Harry Potter book discussion

Postby luv_edward_cullen » Thu Aug 28, 2008 10:25 pm

*Bloodlust* wrote:Like in movie 4 when the boys of Gryffindor eat those candies and then Ron roars like a lion and Harry's a train! Too funny unnecessary, but that's why it was so entertaining! :lol:

Hahahaah that scene! It's so completely random, that's why I love it!!!
I wish we had those candies in real life, I can waste away hours with a box of those things.
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Re: Wild about Harry, the Harry Potter book discussion

Postby dandyvampgirl_13 » Thu Aug 28, 2008 10:39 pm

Ahahahahahha
I just wish I had all of Honeydukes!
Mmmmm.... Blood Pops! Someone should give those to Edward as a present...
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Re: Wild about Harry, the Harry Potter book discussion

Postby *Aros_girl* » Thu Aug 28, 2008 10:42 pm

Those candys would be awsome!
I would always have some

And that is a random sean
But the every flavor jelly beans is too

With the whole ear wax thing

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Re: Wild about Harry, the Harry Potter book discussion

Postby a_n_n_a » Thu Aug 28, 2008 11:04 pm

I was reading the first book to my cousin, who is eight, and it's so amazing to pick up on all the stuff that now is totally obvious. Well, it's not obvious when all you had was the first book, but once you've read seven it's like "How did I not realize?!" You guys probably understand what I meant. I just love the fact that everything is so intertwined. I don't think many authors have as many loose ends to tie up as Jo did . . . But then again, most authors don't write a series of seven books that are mostly really long.
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Re: Wild about Harry, the Harry Potter book discussion

Postby *Aros_girl* » Thu Aug 28, 2008 11:06 pm

I know I get the small things now. Like things you don't ualy get. I now see those

But I have read all the books like 7 times each
The 6th one is my favorite!

I'm able to read them backwards now
ANd out of order

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Re: Wild about Harry, the Harry Potter book discussion

Postby luv_edward_cullen » Thu Aug 28, 2008 11:13 pm

Yeah, Jo drops little hints that you would've never seen before but after reading DH it's like "why didn't I see that before?!?!"
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Re: Wild about Harry, the Harry Potter book discussion

Postby jacob-rox-my--sox » Fri Aug 29, 2008 12:15 am

question
im reading HP again
and i was trying to figure out
how many students are there at hogwarts??
i calculated round 300
but Jo said in an interview that there about 1000
but theres not a heck of a lot of evidence to back that up

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