Some facts about Harry Potter lovers!

The magical world still attracts us and no matter where in our lives we are, there is still a secret longing that the parallel world exists somewhere.

Bizarre but true facts about all Harry Potter lovers:

  1. All our lives we have eagerly waited for our 11th birthday and wished for an actual letter from Hogwarts to magically appear at our doorstep.giphy
  2. Throughout our school years we have wished to be like Hermione and envied her photographic memory especially during our exams and late night study sessions.giphy (1).gif
  3. Also, all of us have had a crush on either one of the trio, most likely Emma Watson.tumblr_inline_n77fazX8801rfdnle.gif
  4. Oh, for that polyjuice potion, if only we could drink that once and transform ourselves into Brad Pitt or Cindy Crawford for even an hour!Polyjuice_effects.gif
  5. Harry’s first encounter with Mirror of Erised still takes our heart directly to the 11 year old.4824a71f7637.gif
  6. At least some piece of wood in this entire world will have the power of a wand!anigif_enhanced-6072-1464712126-2.gif
  7. All of us have imagined how fantastic ferrets, the bullies we have accosted in our lives, would have made, wand or no wand!tumblr_nssowolKrU1sfmnojo1_500.gif
  8. We have privately dressed up in our robes and performed some magic spells and saved the earth from the dark lord!f67b533138895a4670a10ac1c9505890006d317c_hq.gif
  9. We have taken numerous online quizzes in order to find out what form our patronus would have assumed and lets not talk about the houses we would have been sorted in!tenor.gif
  10. Wingardium Leviosa, the magical words that never fail to bring a smile onto our faces thanks to the squabble between Ron and Hermione.tumblr_oj0d8iT8St1vjgxh2o1_540.gif
  11. And finally, the series always fosters our faith in true love and friendship and the world is good again.



After all this talk of Harry Potter another round of binge watch is ensued!


14 thoughts on “Some facts about Harry Potter lovers!

  1. It’s a great list, but I must hardly disagree about the first item entirely. It assumes that ask Potterheads were introduced to the series before the arrival of our 11th birthdays. I am most definitely a proud Potterhead, but I’d have definitely been in need of a time to if I were to get my hands on these books prior to my 11th birthday. I’m 42 years old. I’ve raised 4 boys, ages 29 and 28 (adopted) 20 and 17. I have a two year old grandson who will be forever endocrinated in the ways of the Potterverse, not only by his 20 year old father and 19 year old mother (also proud Potterverse, as are all my children), but mostly by his super-fan grandmother.

    I became aware of Harry Potter when I had just started to homeschool my oldest, a reluctant reader who literally learned to LOVE reading through the process of devouring the first books that ever really struck his fancy- a process that each of my boys went through in turn. Having to know the material in order to teach it, I also started reading, and I suspect that none of my children’s love of the series outshines my own.

    Of course, I have an added reason to love Harry Potter- all of my children LOVE to read, and Harry Potter is what ignited that love of reading. They share my passion for books and learning. They understand everything they read (and know how to clarify any information they may not understand), thanks in large part to their eagerness to catch every detail of every Harry Potter book. J K Rowling’s outstanding contributions to the literary world have given us a series of books that, while aimed at young readers, was never dumbed-down, insignificant, forgettable twaddle, but full fledged literature that challenges and engages the reader. Each of my sons’ vocabulary expanded tremendously with each book they read, and that’s not all. This series introduced them to some very important, very character and value building concepts that can be difficult to introduce. My kids are better, more compassionate understanding men as a result. What mother could fail to love a series of books that brought about all of that for her children?


  2. Every single item is freaking true ! I relate to the first above all, since, when I was in middle school, I wrote an essay explaining I was dreaming of receiving my Hogwarts letter…….. I guess all of us, potterheads, are a little bit crazy at times !

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