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#1 - include
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#54 - emberstar
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#69 to #54 - shagtastic
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#79 to #69 - iworkforlaughs
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#80 to #79 - shagtastic
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#72 to #69 - atma
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Now if this .gif was on top of the other one, we'd have perfection
#3 - asasqw
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Why wasn't granger put in ravenclaw
#26 to #3 - daentraya
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And why wasn't Ron put in Huffepuff..
Plot convenience. That's all, really. The house system of hogwarts is stupid as ****
#56 to #26 - anon
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Ron was put in the house his entire family had been in for generations *******.
#68 to #56 - anon
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Sirius entire family was placed in Slytherin and he ended up in Gryffindor. Your point is?
#83 to #68 - anon
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Sirius was despised by his family and he didnt want to be part of its traditions its been shown in the books that the hat takes personal feelings into account.
#57 to #3 - anon
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All 3 should've been in separate houses

Harry = Slytherin
Hermione = Ravenclaw
Ron = Gryffindor
#59 to #3 - buttholee
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Because it's a book and it's crucial to the story plot
#7 to #3 - chaostian ONLINE
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was talked about, She could of made it easily, but she chose to stay with the friends she already made, and she had a very strong sense of courge and justice. That out matched her wit.
#21 to #7 - herpderpstrom
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The friends part can't be true, right? She is a muggle, so she most likely didn't know anyone else before boarding the train. The only interaction we know she had with other students before the sorting was with Harry, Ron and Neville. As you recall, she wasn't very nice to Harry and Ron, and she only spoke to Neville because he had lost his toad and needed help finding it. I doubt that formed a friendship worthy of switching houses...

The other reasons are correct, though.
I may be wrong
#28 to #21 - wthree
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Yeah but she was a horny bitch and wanted on harrys dick
#55 to #28 - anon
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Hense why She married Ron right?
#108 to #7 - anon
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Exact words from the book:
"Well, the Sorting Hat did seriously consider putting me in Ravenclaw during the Sorting," said Hermoine brightly, "but it decided on Gryffindor in the end..."
That doesn't actually clear anything up.
#121 to #108 - chaostian ONLINE
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Yes, not the only thing though. Dumbledore later reveals what it means to be a gryffindor, During the book where Harry asks "why was I put in gryffindor", and at the end of the chamber of secrets when He talks about the sword. Harry could of easyily been placed into Slytherin had he not taken the courage to ask to be in anything but slytherin. Ambition, and power is slytherin, Courage loyalty and justice Gryf, Knowledge and truth raven, Dank Hugglepuff.
#29 to #7 - gammajk
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But she wasn't even friends with anyone until later in the first book, ron and harry hated her because of how much of a bitch she was being
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#52 to #6 - jazzytheferret
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You should go read the Black Company novels. Seems what you're looking for is a good anti-hero story. Monument might work as well.
#74 to #52 - legitlolz
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Those were amazing, if we're talking about the same books. I've only ever read the White Rose series, but I'm looking to read the others. ******* crazy good.
#88 to #74 - jazzytheferret
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Yea, White rose is the 3rd one. And you're right, they are damn good books.
#90 to #88 - legitlolz
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Yeah. I got the collector's trilogy a few years back from a friend, and it was so well written.
There's another similarly great series. If you haven't heard of him, R.A Salvatore has a running series. The Drizzt Saga. Look it up
#92 to #90 - jazzytheferret
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Yea I've read the Drizzt saga. If you're into that, you may also be interested in The Sword of Truth (it's somewhat cliche but still good imo) or The Wheel of Time series as well(it follows yet breaks the general mold) .
#8 to #6 - raggedy
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"Never had to work a day in his life"

*****, Harry became an auror. Bustin' baddies n ****
#9 to #8 - infinitereaper
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I meant more about all his gold
#10 to #9 - raggedy
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That is also a valid point.
#32 to #6 - amuzen
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The whole point of the Brothers story was to demonstrate how one shouldn't try to overcome death via magic. at least that's how I interpreted it since the only reason death gave them those things was to teach them a lesson and they all got ****** over by them. Kind of like a monkey paw wish.
#43 to #32 - godofeverything
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Actually the 3. brother the one who got the cloak got a child and lived a long life. Until the day he was very old and went hand in hand with Death to the other side. First of cause he gave his son the cloak.
#48 to #43 - amuzen
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yeah but the thing for him is his wish wasn't so that he could overcome death, but more so that he could embrace it, the other two made wishes where they were trying to use magic to literally become greater than death, one wanted so much power that none would be able to kill him and the other wanted to have actual dominion over death.
#49 to #48 - godofeverything
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That's true
The Tales of Beedle the Bard was really a great book
#11 to #6 - galkawhm ONLINE
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The wielders of the first two always died before it got passed to the next person. The invisibility cloak wielders were the only ones who lived long enough to pass them down to their children.
#12 to #11 - infinitereaper
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that's their fault tho
#13 to #12 - galkawhm ONLINE
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Draco Malfoy and Harry Potter were the only ones not killed over possession of the Elder Wand. People were always killing each other over it.

Also, Harry never destroyed it. He just locked it up somewhere and never told anyone he had it. That way he'll die and the extra magic inside the wand will fade away.
#30 to #13 - ravertoby
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Harry put it back in Dumbledore's grave.
#20 to #13 - fistymcbeefpunch
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Gregorvitch was not killed when Grindelwald took the Elder Wand from him.

Though he was killed later by Voldemort trying to do the same thing
#24 to #13 - herpderpstrom
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Dumbledore tried to lock it away, but that didn't work. Harry did actually snap the Elder Wand, after using it to repair his old one
#34 to #24 - anon
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Don't be mixing the books and the movie.
#36 to #34 - herpderpstrom
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Oops, you're right. I haven't read the book in a while and completely forgot about the portrait scene. My bad!
#14 to #13 - infinitereaper
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I see. But still, that's the price you pay for power, but with enough power no one can stop you. Voldemort just ****** up too many times
#15 to #14 - galkawhm ONLINE
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Voldemort never actually had the ability to wield the Elder Wand at full power.
#16 to #15 - infinitereaper
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Yeah but he was practically immortal
#17 to #6 - shunkahawolf
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technically he didnt throw it away. it fell away from him (either out of his hand or his pocket i cant remember) when voldemort hit him with the killing curse. and finding a pebble in the forbidden forest when you cant use a locating charm would have been damn near impossible.
#22 to #17 - herpderpstrom
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Didn't he choose to let it slip from his hand just before he entered the clearing where he was "killed"?
And then at King's Cross he told Dumbledore that he wasn't going to go looking for it.
#23 to #22 - shunkahawolf
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maybe, its been a while since i watched or read deathly hallows but i thought each one had a differant way of getting rid of the stone.
#18 to #17 - infinitereaper
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the whole issue of Harry Potter and magic bothers me, if I had such great power, I'd use it to change the course of human history for the better, and push to become a living god, stories love to go classic, to never push the boundaries, and to not have ambition, I just wanna see a little of that for once, like Law Abiding Citizen or Death Note, can't have the ambitious character actually succeed for once.
#19 to #18 - shunkahawolf
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that would be cool to see someone like harry or even an underdog like neville start introducing magic into the real world, bring in all those super potions that can regrow bone or spells that could cure cancer
#53 to #19 - anon
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read the dresden files then. its pretty much that but a hell of alot more bad-ass. the author is Jim Butcher
#27 to #6 - Dember
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Spot the person who has only watched the movies but never read the books...
#33 to #6 - ajperry
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Harry LOST the stone given by DEATH, not the grim reaper.

He didn't break it in the books, he returned it to Dumbledore's grave.

And he kept the cloak which he passed onto his son like tradition and went on to become Head of the Auror office.

Learn your Potter facts you stupid son of a bitch.
#60 to #33 - infinitereaper
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I never imagined Harry Potter fans would be such assholes
#64 to #60 - namnori
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Guess again, a fan of anything will turn into a savage monster when you get some facts about their show/series wrong
#65 to #64 - infinitereaper
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Generally speaking my points are still the same, thing about HP is that it's escapism, fantasy, good triumphing evil, but I have to say, I was a little disappointed by the ending. I found myself rooting for Voldemort, all that power, and he was the only one trying to do something with it.
#67 to #65 - namnori
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I kind of agree but I'm not really a fan anyway. I've seem all the movies and only like a few of them prisoner of azkaban, goblet of fire, half blood prince, deathly hallows part 2
#86 to #60 - ajperry
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You're the asshole for not knowing your stuff.

Don't post something ******* stupid if you don't know the actual facts.
#89 to #86 - infinitereaper
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The fine details are negligible, my general point still stand, all of that magical power went to absolute waste, I was rooting for the villain because he was actually trying to achieve transcendence. Screw the ******** in good vs. evil, and happy endings, I like it for what it is but for once I'd like to see a story break some boundaries. I never expected it from HP but I still kind of hoped for something.
The fine details are negligible, my general point still stand, all of that magical power went to absolute waste, I was rooting for the villain because he was actually trying to achieve transcendence. Screw the ******** in good vs. evil, and happy endings, I like it for what it is but for once I'd like to see a story break some boundaries. I never expected it from HP but I still kind of hoped for something.
#93 to #89 - jazzytheferret
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He did **** his best friends little sister though.
#95 to #93 - infinitereaper
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I'll give him that
#63 to #60 - anon
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They're pretty much kids, what did you expect?
#41 to #33 - anon
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Who the **** do you think the grim reaper is?
#66 to #41 - infinitereaper
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Death
#58 to #41 - shunkahawolf
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depends which mythology you're coming from, some state that the reaper and death are one in the same where as others say the reaper is nothing but a guide for spirits and one who acts on deaths behalf.
#25 to #6 - majormoron
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First of all, he didn't throw away the stone, it slipped out of his hands in fear as he went to face his death

Second, he never broke the wand, thats the ******** they put in the movie.
#4 - anon
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The kid gets a letter for the first time in his life, and what does he do?

HE TRIES TO READ IT IN FRONT OF HIS ASSHOLE FAMILY.

His room is literally on the way to the mail slot. Why would he not read that **** in privacy?
#61 to #4 - detroitt
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he doesnt get many letters, he was probably just too excited to think about it. I'd be too actually
#38 to #4 - bann
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With all his luck turning for the better, he forgot for a moment he wasn't loved by them
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#87 - serterazi
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...catch the letter from the air...

He was a natural SEEKER.
#31 - temporalguardian ONLINE
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Should he be a hufflepuff then? would've fit right in. probably would've went through less **** in all his time too.
#37 to #31 - anon
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The way I see it, most kids with decent magic talent, social skills and intelligence would fit well in any of the homes. The sorting hat has two jobs:
1, make sure the student isn't put in the WRONG house. A coward could do well in hufflepuff and ravencclaw, but not in gryffindor or slytherin.

2, Set the student on the path that will be best for him/her. A student super strong in magic but with a greater love for medicine than magic would of course benefit more from hufflepuff than from slytherin.

Also, I feel that slytherin was maligned in the books. From the start it was "omg all slytherins are evul!" When it is obvious that all houses have been equal and balanced for more than a thousand years under a long, long line of different headmasters. A few sympathic slytherin students would have added quite a bit of depth to the series.
#39 to #37 - sinonyx
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a coward
not in slytherin


so draco was an accident?
#44 to #39 - formidableguy
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in the end he stod up to his parents and Voldemort to help Harry. That's pretty brave
#51 to #44 - jazzytheferret
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Agreed, didn't the hat look at potential as well?
#85 to #37 - DeathKnight
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yeah, ron said in the first book that "there hasnt been a wtich or wizard that went bad that hasnt been in slytherin" but ******* Bellatrix Lestrange was a Hufflepuff was she not?
#115 to #85 - lmfaoattheboat
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and they all believed Sirius to be evil, and he was a griffindor. i know he wasnt actually evil
#103 to #31 - monsieurhonkhonk
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Actually, in the Sorcerer's Stone, the Sorting Hat says that Harry's qualified to be all of the houses, but that he favored Slytherin over most. The main reason he got put in Gryffindor was because he asked to be. Dumbledore even says this in Chamber of Secrets.
#45 to #31 - mummyslittlebitch
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Too angry and too much masculine energy to be a huffle puff. They're all picking flowers and watching clouds and ****.
#73 to #45 - kcits ONLINE
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You kiddin' me, JK? Badgers will **** you up. Too bad some things were just written too two-dimensional.
#40 - caelinnis
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why wasn't hermoine a ravenclaw, I've always wondered
#70 to #40 - quotes
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think of all the rules she broke and things she stood up for in order to succeed
its not only that shes smart but was brave enough to break rules fight monsters and do all these other things
#104 to #40 - anon
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because your a ******* faggot that's why
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#111 to #104 - hotschurl ONLINE
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IM A WAT
#42 to #40 - dontknowmeatall
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For the sake of the plot Hermionie could be in any house but Slytherin. Read Harry Potter and the Methods of Rationality, there you get a pretty good bite of a Ravenclaw Hermionie being awesome.
#62 to #40 - coldfusion
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For the same reason that Longbottom wasn't in Hufflepuff.
#47 to #40 - ButtonFly
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In the book Hermione said that the Sorting Hat seriously considered placing her for Ravenclaw but changed his mind in the end.
#77 - givememoarpony
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**givememoarpony rolled a random image posted in comment #5 at Admin ** yall are stupid! acting like your fiction is a real different world, yur acting all like bronies for that
#78 to #77 - mrgoodlove
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Try harder yeah?
#81 to #78 - givememoarpony
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#91 to #81 - theviusking
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"givememoarpony". K you're cute.
#105 to #77 - xcoreyx
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What about that post could have possibly implied that the Harry Potter world is real?
#94 to #77 - nimithenimi
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Harry potter is a widely popular series directed toward both younger children as well as young adults. Many of us have grown up with Harry Potter. There is a huge difference between "bronies" and HP fans. First of all harry potter is actually a long time in the making series, that has allowed readers to follow the characters through years of obstacles relate able  to the lives of many. No matter what the bronies say I don't believe you can relate on a deep emotional level to ******* cartoon gimped out ponies doing stupid **** because its for CHILDREN. Harry Potter  readers are not  sexually perverse  like the majority of brony wankers, we love it for the story not how sexy a child like cartoon pony looks, what in gods name? Don't  try to compare the two, sit in the ******* corner and reflect.
Harry potter is a widely popular series directed toward both younger children as well as young adults. Many of us have grown up with Harry Potter. There is a huge difference between "bronies" and HP fans. First of all harry potter is actually a long time in the making series, that has allowed readers to follow the characters through years of obstacles relate able to the lives of many. No matter what the bronies say I don't believe you can relate on a deep emotional level to ******* cartoon gimped out ponies doing stupid **** because its for CHILDREN. Harry Potter readers are not sexually perverse like the majority of brony wankers, we love it for the story not how sexy a child like cartoon pony looks, what in gods name? Don't try to compare the two, sit in the ******* corner and reflect.
#97 to #94 - tyraxio
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Wow, chill the **** out man.

I absolutely love Harry Potter, so it's not about that, but what you basically just did was bash one fandom while protecting your own. HP fans like one series, bronies like another one. Sure, there are differences in the content, but on a fundamental level, both are about liking one thing as a community. Don't be an elitist cunt.
#113 to #97 - boydaranga
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Not to mention the comment wasn't needed because the orginal comment was a troll comment.


nimithenimi lost the game. and looked like a fool doing so.
#100 to #97 - yahooki
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but they first guy was bashing aswell
#114 to #94 - nicoquitemad
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I agree to an extend, but have you seen how much perverse Harry Potter fanfiction there is? And do you know any potterheads who at some point hasn't wanted to do Emma Watson? Or see some sort of relationship between Draco and Harry?
#116 to #114 - nimithenimi
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I know eh  ha, there certainly are the more extreme fans  but , that is not the average fan. Its  natural  to be sexual attracted to human characters, baby like cartoon sexual attraction on the other hand is creepy as ****. With bronies there is nearly always a sex aspect to it, and if a brony denies it then they lying right through their fedora's. I recently watched a documentary on Bronies and nearly passed out from cringes, the main reason I dis like the brony thing is because of the whole children part. I understand everyone has their own preference  but my little pony is for little kiddies and the characters are therefor child like. Its not  straight up pedophilia but its licking the ******* rim. I know bronies are human too but in my opinion they are creeps.
I know eh ha, there certainly are the more extreme fans but , that is not the average fan. Its natural to be sexual attracted to human characters, baby like cartoon sexual attraction on the other hand is creepy as ****. With bronies there is nearly always a sex aspect to it, and if a brony denies it then they lying right through their fedora's. I recently watched a documentary on Bronies and nearly passed out from cringes, the main reason I dis like the brony thing is because of the whole children part. I understand everyone has their own preference but my little pony is for little kiddies and the characters are therefor child like. Its not straight up pedophilia but its licking the ******* rim. I know bronies are human too but in my opinion they are creeps.
#117 to #116 - nicoquitemad
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Well I think I can't say for sure, but I THINK that the whole horse thing is only because the characters happen to be horses. They might as well be humans the way they're written, and if they were, it'd be a lot less creepy.
#118 to #117 - nimithenimi
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OR WOULD IT
#119 to #118 - nicoquitemad
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"I like fictional characters sexually."   
 2spooky
"I like fictional characters sexually."
2spooky
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#2 - zimbagwe ONLINE
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idgi
#5 to #2 - charredenay
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It is easier to pick up a piece of paper from the ground than to try to snatch one mid-air.
#71 to #5 - sorenlolz ONLINE
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What does this have to do with ravenclaw?
#75 to #71 - nyuORlucy
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ravenclaw is more logical than emotional. harry got all happy about the letters instead of doing the logical thing of picking one off the floor and running he spent moments trying to catch them
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