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#65 - herpderppppp (11/22/2012) [-]
the one about bellatrix is pretty stupid. did you know shes the most loyal servant bc shes on the right hand side? umm no ****
#89 to #65 - anonexplains (11/22/2012) [-]
It's called symbolism, ************ .
#64 - frysfrys (11/22/2012) [-]
Harry Potter Fact # 601
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User avatar #63 - jibb (11/22/2012) [-]
I have never watched the seventh film, so I just sit here and recieve spoilers daily.
User avatar #71 to #63 - retributionthepimp (11/22/2012) [-]
part one or part two? watch them if you like HP, they're pretty good.
User avatar #237 to #71 - jibb (11/22/2012) [-]
User avatar #62 - flufferduff (11/22/2012) [-]
Lucius Malfoy can produce a patronus. It's a peacock.
also, Lupin means wolf in latin
User avatar #97 to #62 - latinotornado (11/22/2012) [-]
actually you are wrong on both those accounts. Since marcello got the first one, ill tell you the other. Lupin does not mean wolf in latin. Lupus means wolf. I know because my school mascot is the wolf, Cannis Lupus. Lupin means buck or deer
User avatar #232 to #97 - flufferduff (11/22/2012) [-]
oh yeah yeah yeah! thats what i mean! lupus! forgive me, I wasnt thinking clearly.
#69 to #62 - marcello (11/22/2012) [-]
In the first chapter of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, a white peacock appears in the gardens of Malfoy Manor. Some fans believed this bird to be Lucius Malfoy's Patronus. However, J. K. Rowling stated that no Death Eater except Severus Snape could conjure a Patronus.[11] This means that the peacock was in fact a living creature. It is stated in Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows that the creature was in fact an albino peacock.
User avatar #233 to #69 - flufferduff (11/22/2012) [-]
oh! okay. Thanks. reading that part made it sound like it was a patronus, but I guess not.
User avatar #59 - faithrider (11/22/2012) [-]
also about Remus Lupin. Lupin is derived from the latin for Wolf. reemus is a werewolf...
User avatar #61 to #59 - wolverinebamf (11/22/2012) [-]
Romulus and Remus were raised by wolfs and became the founders of Rome according to mythology.
User avatar #96 to #61 - faithrider (11/22/2012) [-]
i knew that part too, but i forgot. thanks for reminding me.
User avatar #177 to #96 - wolverinebamf (11/22/2012) [-]
No problem, I may be wrong Greek mythology is my area of expertise, not Roman.
User avatar #231 to #177 - faithrider (11/22/2012) [-]
no that's true. i just had forgot about that
#58 - jalthelas (11/22/2012) [-]
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#57 - anonexplains (11/22/2012) [-]
J.K. Rowling has had quite a good education. She's had latin, so there a lot of refrences. Thats why all the names etc make so much sense, almost everything has a 'second' meaning (mashed up, or just in latin). That why you can still love the books as an aldult.
User avatar #55 - thelovableop (11/22/2012) [-]
Remus is also the name of one of the two patrons of Rome. Who were raised by Wolves.
#73 to #55 - sometimeswefuck (11/22/2012) [-]
woo i only looked into that because i played assassins creed and found it really interesting, the "romulus temples"
i love little things like that.
#53 - riefenstahl (11/21/2012) [-]
Am I the only one that thinks that Harry Potter started as "juvenile literature" but then became a really really complex (and awesome) book/story? I mean, I was totally ********** during the last books, how everything made perfect sense although there were millions of things and they just matched in the end...
#70 to #53 - anonexplains (11/22/2012) [-]
im not sure if it's true or not but i was once told that the books started for children and were meant to progress as that generation aged, so it starts out basic and gets more complex as the target audience matures
User avatar #66 to #53 - simbasa (11/22/2012) [-]
What's weird is that I see them in the "young readers" section at bookstores.
User avatar #50 - maxismahname (11/21/2012) [-]
******* J.K rowling and her ******* cleverness. i noticed how tom marvolo (whatever) riddle ******* rearanges to i am lord voldemort. god dammit it's hard to make two names be rearanged to form each other and make sense.
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User avatar #46 - galkawhm (11/21/2012) [-]
315 blew my ******* mind.
#44 - ddylann (11/21/2012) [-]
harry potter takes place in the 1990's?
#91 to #44 - tehphire (11/22/2012) [-]
Yeah because James and Lily die in '81 I think, so you can calculate from there.
#43 - kusalranawaka (11/21/2012) [-]
5 pounds a second?....Bill gates makes 750 a second
User avatar #48 to #43 - lolfire (11/21/2012) [-]
Bill Gates created a multimedia empire.
J.K Rowling wrote a few books.
User avatar #41 - rangerofthesea (11/21/2012) [-]
in response to 191... jk rowling would have made approx. $250,779,110.4 that year...thats bankin bitch!
User avatar #40 - twatmissile (11/21/2012) [-]
One of the saddest parts was when marla singer killed sirius black.
#45 to #40 - ddylann (11/21/2012) [-]
that ******* tourist.
User avatar #39 - vexaton (11/21/2012) [-]
In Norwegian, Remus Lupin is "Remus Lupus", where Canis Lupus means wolf.
User avatar #54 to #39 - thelovableop (11/22/2012) [-]
Remus is also the name of one of the two patrons of Rome. Who were raised by Wolves.
User avatar #36 - Katzie (11/21/2012) [-]
I'm fairly sure when filming the sixth one, most of the actors that were students were given rubber wands after frequent breaks.
#32 - dragonballs (11/21/2012) [-]
The first Harry Potter was published in 1997.
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User avatar #35 to #32 - Katzie (11/21/2012) [-]
Released in UK in 1997
Released in US in 1998
That took me two minutes of googling, I don't think much effort went into these "facts"
#31 - sausydangles (11/21/2012) [-]
Fiddled with his wands....fiddled
User avatar #51 to #31 - maxismahname (11/21/2012) [-]
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