Yet, no one said "get out". . trial: SI entreat: Here' s my theory. The Harry Potter trio are actually representations of the other houses. Hermione is Ravencla
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Yet, no one said "get out"

trial: SI
entreat:
Here' s my theory. The Harry Potter trio are actually representations of
the other houses. Hermione is Ravenclaws Ron is Harry is
Slytherin. They' re all in because they asked. In tact,
everyone in that house could have been in another house if they
hadn' t astral to be in You have be ask to he in
because their most tautening feature is bravery and anyone can
choose to he brave.
I fuel: with your theory, marry me.
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Submitted: 05/25/2014
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User avatar #3 - comicexplain ONLINE (05/25/2014) [+] (16 replies)
The funny thing is, Ron's more Slytheryn than Harry, who would be Hufflepuff; where Harry wanted the Resurrection Stone (Loyalty), Ron wanted the Unbeatable Wand (Ambition). Ron was much more prone to selfish entitlement. Harry was Dumbledore's man through and through.
User avatar #8 - schmitty (05/25/2014) [+] (28 replies)
Except for the fact that neither Hermione nor Ron asked to be in Gryffindor.
#15 to #13 - schmitty (05/26/2014) [-]
How is it implied at all? He's actually speaking to him and also the sorting hat barely even touched, if at all, Hermione's head before putting her in Gryffindor. When the hat was placed on Ron's head it said "A Weasley, I know just what to do with you. Gryffindor!" How the hell could that possibly be misconstrued as asking to be put in Gryffindor? Are you just trolling or are you actually that retarded?
User avatar #1 - minorian (05/25/2014) [+] (2 replies)
So being an impolite little hit makes you brave?
User avatar #2 to #1 - sinery (05/25/2014) [-]
Like a magical hat that reads the minds of children all day rips a rem over a kid expressing his opinion.
User avatar #40 - MrMustacho ONLINE (05/26/2014) [+] (9 replies)
did harry ask to be in gryffindor?
i thought he just didn't want to be in slytheryn
#41 - stepsword (05/26/2014) [+] (7 replies)
what the hell is a hufflepuff
User avatar #57 - lolshadowjewtwo (05/26/2014) [+] (1 reply)
Now THIS is a legitimate theory that has points to back it up. A lot better than the other Tumblr **** about how "THE BLUE REPRESENTS THE INNER STRUGGLE OF HUMANITY, 10/10 FROZEN IS THE GREATEST MOVIE EVER"
#42 - qballextraction (05/26/2014) [+] (1 reply)
User avatar #46 - okamiterasu (05/26/2014) [+] (10 replies)
except harry was the only person to ask to be in gryffindor
User avatar #58 to #56 - warioteam ONLINE (05/26/2014) [-]
did you ever think that maybe the movies could have been based off a series of paper sheets in which you have to draw the picture in your mind? no, that is too far fetched, sorry i mentioned it.
#55 - reginleif (05/26/2014) [-]
**reginleif rolled image**
Wormtail got into Gryffindor, enough said!
#44 - undiscovered (05/26/2014) [+] (1 reply)
I'll add to this in both ways, supporting and doubting:
Support: James and Sirius were both placed into Gryffindor for the same reason: they asked. James wanted to be like his father, and Sirius wanted nothing to do with his family, and he became the only non-Slytherin Black.
Doubt: Lily was placed into Gryffindor as well. From what we saw of Lily through Snape's memories, everything she knew about the wizarding world was through him and we can assume that up until the sorting she wanted to be by him constantly. Snape tells her he's going to Slytherin and she hears James and Sirius express their desires to be in Gryffindor and wants nothing to do with them. What would cause her to ask to be in a different house than where she knows Snape is going? And she (apparently) is regretful of the outcome ... " ... she glanced back at Snape, and there was a sad little smile on her face ..."

Either way I like the theory simply because it makes you look deeper into the smaller parts of the book, even if it's not what Rowling purposefully intended.
User avatar #14 - mastersaturday (05/26/2014) [-]
Ron was put in Gryffindor because he's a Weasely. Hermione, I don't know.
#49 - anonymous (05/26/2014) [-]
Lets not forget, the hat can be wrong, especially when dealing with the young. Dumbledore says to Snape during one of his memories in book 7 that he felt they sorted too early and hinted that he personally felt Snape belonged in Gryffindor.... how many other times has the hat ****** up and put people in the wrong house?
#37 - anonymous (05/26/2014) [+] (2 replies)
Taken from TV Tropes
My theory is that, during this time, the Hat is outweighing the outcomes of sorting a person in each house. So, sometimes, the hat doesn't sort someone according to their personality, but according to what it thinks it's best for them. This is why Percy got sorted into Gryffindor instead of Slytherin: Percy was very ambitious, but not by any means a bad person. He had a kind heart and, at least in the earlier books, a special softness for young children. In Slytherin, he would probably have drifted appart from his family and his ambition gotten out of coontrol; in Gryffindor, he would be reminded of who he is. In addition, he has been well educated and does not show one bit of the prejudice Malfoy or the others have, but this would likely have changed had he been on Slytherin
#36 - anonymous (05/26/2014) [-]
Nah, Ron is a full on Gryffindor
#21 - anonymous (05/26/2014) [-]
In the book, Hermione says that the sorting hat seriously considered putting her in Ravenclaw, but decided on Gryffindor instead. She doesn't mention anything along the lines of asking to be put in Gryffindor. She's just as unsure as everyone else as to why she's not a Ravenclaw when she's so intelligent.
User avatar #19 - buttholee (05/26/2014) [-]
Actually they're all Gryffindor... They each represent what the house stands for
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