Probably. . dc: hogwarts students start the year wandering what shlt Harry is to up this lime. Yes, yes they do.
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#1 - mcderper (07/25/2013) [-]
Yes, yes they do.
User avatar #2 - threadz (07/25/2013) [+] (6 replies)
I wouldn't be surprised if bets are placed
User avatar #18 - abesimpson (07/25/2013) [+] (12 replies)
Not totally related, but I always wondered how come there were bullies in hogwarts, I mean, size doesnt matter, everyone does fukin magic!
#22 to #18 - lolfire (07/25/2013) [-]
Magic is not permitted in the corridors.
#28 - Cambro (07/25/2013) [+] (9 replies)
I've always wanted a Harry Potter book written without Potter and his friends being there, centering around just a normal student. Harry Potter is a great series and primarily character driven, but plot drowned. This is less in the books than the movies, but the plot and characters take the books completely over. How would a book in the Potter universe look without Harry and his battle with Voldemort? You could imaginatively expand what its like to attend a magical school where all kinds of cool **** happens, you learn how to use spells and create potions. All of this plus you live in a castle and get to wander around, getting into all kinds of shenanigans.
The story could just follow one student living the Hogwarts life and you could include more of a love story and how a kid survives high school life. I'm imagining Perks of Being a Wallflower that occurs in Hogwarts. Just like Tolkein wrote a ton of myths and other stories about Middle-Earth not including the Hobbit or LOTR, Rowling could write stories about Hogwarts without Harry Potter (either before or after). It could even include Harry's son, though I wouldn't want him to be a star.
#61 - namesjon (07/25/2013) [-]
Guys I promise nothing will go wrong this year.
#64 - wartunno (07/25/2013) [-]
" **** wouldn't get ****** up if Harry had just listened to me!"
#76 - blanketandpillow (07/26/2013) [+] (3 replies)
Dumbledore: Welcome back to another year of Hogwarts!
Dumbledore: I actually don't know why your parents still send you here
Dumbledore: There's like a 30% chance you'll die tragically
Dumbledore: And it just goes up every year
Dumbledore: I guess that just means all your parents hate you
Dumbledore: Great let's have some pumpkin juice
Dumbledore: 30 points go to Griffindor for Harry's breathing techniques.
#25 - Cambro (07/25/2013) [+] (3 replies)
I've always understood why some other characters hated Harry until the end. Think about it, the Dark Lord supposedly appears and the 12 year old Harry Potter fends him off in Philosopher's Stone. That's neat, I guess. Pretty brave kid. Then in Chamber of Secrets Harry makes it his personal mission to save Ginny and slays the basilisk in the process. He's still cool, but did he really have to go out of his way to be a hero? But it was his best friend's lil sis and Harry did have some clues from Tom Riddle's diary, so he'll get another pass. But don't forget that this kid is also a rising star in Quidditch. I mean, geez, does this kid have to be in everything?

Prisoner of Azkaban really starts the downturn in the eyes of his fellow students. Very wanted man escapes prison? Of course Harry is interested and chases this guy, even though this mofo is probably chasing Harry too. Like, Harry thinks he's some great piece of wizarding **** he can ward off a dude that escaped the best prison in the magical world. And if that's not enough, his cocky ass reinforces it by being the kid who makes the best potronus and also the quickest. Now he's evolved: he's the kid you hate not only because he thinks he's the **** , but he actually is good.

Goblet of Fire: Somehow his name gets in a world competition, cheating the rest of Gryffindor and Hogwarts out of a shot at world fame when Harry already has it. Then the competition ends up being all about him at the end of the day, even though a student died.

Order of the Phoenix: Separates the entire school in who supports him or not. Suddenly he thinks he is leading an army revolution. Who the hell does this kid think he is? Not to mention he is Dumbledore's favorite and a class clown who passes because of his nerdy friend. Oh, and he makes out with a grieving Cho. Douche move.
Half Blood Prince: Confirmed cheater. His friend also a Quidditch star. Dumbledore's favorite even more. Really hated before Voldemort wages war on him.
User avatar #11 - KayRed (07/25/2013) [+] (9 replies)
Some one answer this for me. Were there any normal years during Harry's time in Hogwarts, or to put it more simply, does the series skip some years?
User avatar #14 to #11 - ludislavonac (07/25/2013) [-]
Of all the years I'd say year 3 was the least bad for the other students
#71 - Classic (07/26/2013) [+] (1 reply)
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User avatar #74 - DiabloStrawhat (07/26/2013) [-]
Hogwarts Class of 2007. Every background character was voted Most Likely to Not Come to the Reunion For Fear of their Lives.
#70 - frantasium (07/26/2013) [-]
I would honestly love to see a film about the ordinary life of a hogwarts student. I don't know why but it would probably please the part of me that would've liked to have lived there.
User avatar #63 - lasmamoe (07/25/2013) [+] (1 reply)
They should make a movie about Harry Potter and Carl from the walking dead.

Call it "Whose Life Should We **** Up Today".
#77 - Yojimbo (07/26/2013) [+] (5 replies)
You know what really grinds my gears?

It's been years since I read the books, and I still am dying to know what the prize was for the house that got the most points. I of course refer to the point system that they pretty much discarded after like the third book

#26 - newsugarbriches (07/25/2013) [-]
most likely
most likely
#3 - luquaz (07/25/2013) [-]
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