Yeah, I was saying Bill didn't know why Harry was talking to Griphook.
you can be if you want to, i won't be unduly perturbed.
also thanks for the title. if only my status could change from "old school" to "harry potter goddess"...
kristen circa 1999 is way cooler than me too, but at least i already knew that.
but you best watch your mouf, son. i'll make myself president of the unofficial kristen nicole brown circa 1999 fan club and fire you for embezzling if you continue to say i'm lame.
One week later...
I'm glad I had my sister taped the epilogue's pages together. That's one good reason to have someone read it beforehand.
I thought the whole backstory with Albus was totally unnecessary and kind of annoying (anything with Rita Skeeter is annoying).
The bit where Bathilda Bagshot had the snake spurt out her neck freaked me out so much I had to read it twice and then stop for a few minutes.
Also, Voldey flying is both amusing and pretty frightening.
GO Neville! and Mrs. Weasley.
Both Snape's and Dobby's deaths are the only ones that got to me. Even though I always thought the house-elves were really irritating. I had sympathies for Snape ever since the Occulmency thing. Poor Sev.
I wished Draco got more of a backbone.
Baby thing = creepy. The whole white train station and one-on-one talk with dead Dumbledore bothered me. As near death experiences go that one was sappy.
Please stop with Aberforth and goats. Please.
I was waiting for Voldey to totally freak out about Bellatrix. But then he died.
Also, does Harry have a new Avada Kedavra scar?
Is there anyway they can make this movie shorter than 3 hours? Or anything below PG-13/R? There's just too much death...
Poor Snape...You know he died a virgin, too.
And Cho is cuter than Ginny.
So what would have happened in the end if Harry had never de-wanded Draco?
Last edited by Boourns; 08-07-2007 at 01:23 AM.
Fui quod es, eris quod sum. I once was what you are, you will be what I am - epitaph carved on Roman gravestones.
i can't believe harry potter died