Fred was the only sibling Ron confessed to about liking Hermione. He was also the only Weasley who never got to see them get together.
I need to make a documentary for school. A short one.
Does anyone has any ideas?
“We love our jobs and we don’t take anything for granted. There’s nowhere I would rather be. Over the last 10 years it’s been some of the most surreal, bizarre moments of my life, but in a lovely way. There’s certainly nothing I would have swapped it for. And, you know, I think in terms of all the media attention that you get and all that stuff, I think the one thing you have to be careful of is that you don’t have…that fame does not become a part of your identity. You have to find out who you are aside from what the media say you are. If you’ve become reliant on them for kind of a sense of self, then you’re really screwed. So yeah, I mean I think we’ve all done quite well in terms of not believing the hype about ourselves and just sort of getting on with our jobs and appreciating that we’re very lucky to be there.” - Daniel Radcliffe.
I can’t find this anywhere, so I have to ask.
In the movie version,
What were Dumbledore’s last words to Harry ?
“You know Hugo..” said Ron “when I went to Hogwarts, there was this really annoying little girl that I hated.” - “Really?” asked Hugo, with a huge smile on his face “and what did you do, dad? Did you kick her?” - “Not actually..” said Ron, looking up to Hermione and smiling, “I married her.”
I always follow back cause I’m not a Bitch.
It was not until the end of Harry’s sixth year that Severus discovered the truth about the life he had pledged himself to lead, and about the man who elicited that promise from him. Under Severus’ protests that Dumbledore still did not fully trust him—and to all appearances, that was probably a true charge—Dumbledore took Severus aside, in his office, and told him that Harry was the seventh Horcrux. The boy must die.
After a stunned, horrified series of responses, as if he could not really believe that he was hearing correctly, Severus finally confronted Dumbledore’s duplicity head-on:
“You have used me.”
“I have spied for you and lied for you, put myself in mortal danger for you. Everything was supposed to be to keep Lily Potter’s son safe. Now you tell me you have been raising him like a pig for slaughter—”
The implications of his protest are many:
I wasted my entire life protecting a boy who was doomed to die, anyway.
I could have been free: free of Potter, free of you, free of this place.
I thought I was devoting my life to protect the only child of a woman I loved.
I put my life at risk, time and again, in the name of protecting that child, and now you tell me I did it all in vain.
You could have told me the truth and given me a free, informed choice. Instead, you lied to me, manipulated me, took advantage of my trust in you and my honor to keep my word in order to use me for your own ends.
All this time you have berated me for not liking the boy, when all along you have been callously planning and preparing for him to die—at the “right” moment.
You don’t care about either the boy or me. You just wanted to make sure I would put myself at your disposal, to do your bidding, without question or protest.
I trusted you. You used us both. You bastard.
“Although I’ve done my research, I am horrified that I won’t be sorted into Slytherin on Pottermore. I know Jo created the quiz, and that we will be sorted into the ‘right’ house, but I know I am a Slytherin, no matter what anyone else tells me. I will do everything I can to be sorted into Slytherin house, but what if it isn’t enough?”