[[It’s really annoying how they cut Peter’s death scene from DH Pt. 1. In the book, it proved Harry was right to spare Peter’s life but if you only saw the movies you wouldn’t realize that Peter actually had a slice of humanity in him.]]

[[ I always wondered why Voldemort and the other death eaters called Peter by his nickname, Wormtail. It always bugged me that they did.]]

  · Help me, I’m lazy.

letterstomrpotter:

Can someone who is really good at Photoshop or something please help me make these letters? Cause I really wanna keep this site alive but seriously, I suck at making the letters and I always take forever to make one and they still look sucky.

And I’m lazy.

email me if you wanna help out: letterstomrpotter@gmail.com

and please include:

  • your tumblr url
  • sample of whatever you’ve edited
  • other things you wanna say, I guess

I really enjoy this blog so boooost

this is not a confession, I just think you shouldn't let your personal opinions step in on this blog... this is about confessions, you may have another HP blog to express your opinion but it's not fair you do this here.. you often indirectly or subtly make your preferences clear and this is not fair. I've seen it in the rumous page, in some of the posts you recently reblogged, etc. You're generous doing a service to all the fans, but because of this reason, you should be impartial here.
Anonymous

absolutely not. I am not going to lie to you followers, I am a person. I have opinions and I have feelings just like all of you. I post all confessions whether I agree with them or not, I do not show bias in that respect in any way. I do not treat people who think differently than me any different (if for some reason you think I am or see that I do PLEASE call me out on it. I am human. I err. sometimes i get a little peeved at anon messages that are really mean for no reason and snap at them in reply =\) so I don’t quite understand how this is not fair. If I post something pertaining to me then I say so, usually with the key words ‘in my opinion’ which you are all obviously free to disagree with.

I’m not going to pretend I don’t have personal opinions on here,

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loopez:

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What?  Wait, that’s what everyone’s been saying all this time?!!!

Question: why was it so hard for Voldemort to kill baby Harry? He was a one-year-old infant, Voldemort could've done pretty much anything to get rid of Harry if he wanted to kill him so badly.
Anonymous

ahm, well.

once voldemort found out that either harry or neville were going to be his downfall, the potters and longbottoms were in hiding. So he couldn’t just waltz into their house and find them. He decided that Harry was the bigger threat and put all his efforts into finding him and so when wormtail betrayed them he basically DID just waltz over to take care of business. 

He killed james without blinking and would’ve done the same to lily but because snape had asked that she be spared, voldemort gave her the option of living. She refused and chose to die for Harry, her choosing death when she could’ve chose life put a powerful spell on Harry (the power of love pretty much) and it protected him from the threat. the charm left on him by his mothers sacrifice rebounded voldemorts killing curse (which would’ve killed harry just as easily as it had his parents otherwise) and so instead of hurting harry, voldemort got the AK spell and thats how his body was destroyed. (had he not had horcruxes to keep him alive, he would’ve been completely dead then)

it’s also why voldemort couldn’t touch him in philosophers stone, and why he wanted his new body to be made with harry blood in goblet of fire. so that the spell lily’s death left on harry wouldn’t affect him anymore due to their sharing blood.

This information is like so ingrained into my mind that I honestly didn’t realise that they don’t explain it in the movies o_o

The Potter books in general are a prolonged argument for tolerance, a prolonged plea for an end to bigotry, and I think it’s one of the reasons that some people don’t like the books, but I think that it’s a very healthy message to pass on to younger people that you should question authority and you should not assume that the establishment or the press tells you all of the truth.

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