BlueOrchid
member since 12/06/2005
I'm a girl from Phoenix, Arizona/United States
About me: .:WARNING!:. The third member of RIA's Trinity of Evil, as declared by 'Iggy'JR. She wreaks havoc alongside Numbah and her husband Hatter, whom she married on April 26th, 2008!

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46 days ago

"Up next is Dobby the House Elf modeling the latest in burlap sack fashion."

Cheers for him trying to keep Harry Potter out of Hogwarts but he ended up being a true friend. I love that he gained independence because of Harry thwarting Lucious' plans at keeping him employed as the family House Elf just by giving him a book with a sock in it.

After thought: Harry Potter is the one to blame if you are missing a sock in your collection. Don't blame the one footed man.

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46 days ago

Aunt Marge...aka Balloon Woman. Way to go Harry! You're not only a wizard with wonderful powers but you figured out a way to screw up a family dinner while exacting your revenge at her awful thoughts about you. Cheers!

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46 days ago

One word: WIMP...but he gave Voldemort good head.

Okay, I know I am a serious (Sirius, lol) Harry Potter fan but I never liked him - so therefore an inappropriate joke was necessary.

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46 days ago

Oh boy. Professor Dolores Jane Umbridge...with her plethora of pink clothing and her "Yes that's nice but this is how it's going to be" prim-and-proper smugness it's no wonder we love to hate her. Now what nicknames can I give her? Avon lady (back when pink was associated with them), crazy cat lady, Little Debbie, Stepford Witch, Breast Cancer Bitch...the list goes on.

It was inhumane when she made Harry write with her special quill, which forced him to write with his blood onto paper. If I was Harry I would have stopped writing and bitch-slapped her. Good job to Fred & George for disturbing the O.W.L.S. testing to give her what she deserved.

P.S. Filch deserves sympathy for having to hang her myriad of rules on the walls of Hogwarts.

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46 days ago

I like Gilderoy in a silly way and I love how he was portrayed in the movie. The "all about me attitude" makes the story have a comical (but dark) twist. I like that he turned on Harry. It made things so much more interesting.

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46 days ago

Oh God...what a wonderful mastermind with a cold heart. Who better but to play the role of the impervious-purist-"Mudblood"-hating wizard? If ever there was someone with a heart of stone, it's Lucius (and his luscious golden locks). He certainly let his attitude towards the unpure wizards affect how his son Draco was brought up with the ability to act superior to others. The apple doesn't fall far from the tree.

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46 days ago

My feelings about Albus Dumbledore are that he is an integral part of the story but as far as character development he is "okay." Not much is known about his past but what we do find out is that he is someone who made his own share of mistakes (i.e. allowing Tom Riddle to know about Hogwarts. He is a bit of an Obi Wan Kenobi raising Anakin as he turns into Darth Vader). Tom Riddle eventually becomes "Voldemort" and unfortunately for Harry, Dumbledore helped raise his greatest enemy in the magic world. Meanwhile, Dumbledore is only trying to achieve good by helping Tom understand his gift and he had no intention of the outcome. While Tom's actions define him, with the blind help of Dumbledore, Tom turned himself into the evil wizard full of malice and hatred.

His first act of kindness to Harry was plopping him with the Dursleys, which, even though it seemed more like a curse at the beginning of the book, ended up being wonderful for Harry since the family protection kept him safe during his younger years. Back to Dumbledore...

With so much knowledge wrapped up inside Dumbledore's brain, I love that he used the Pensieve to clear his mind yet contain his thoughts at the same time. I admit, I was saddened to hear about Dumbledore's progressive illness and his passing.

A side note, my favorite moment with Dumbledore is "Ah, alas - earwax." Gotta love Bertie Botts.

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46 days ago

Without him you certainly wouldn't have the namesake of the series let alone an amazing boy-wizard with whom you could grow up with as the stories progressed (like I did). Watching him grow up has been a pleasure, with drama and the humor both intertwined. He was always a troubled character but early on not as much. With a seemingly simple life he was forced into thanks to Dumbledore, who tried to protect him and the Dursleys, who proudly squished him under their foot any chance they got, how else would he have come about his greatness? Hagrid telling him he was a wizard was the piece to fill up the hole in his life because with that realization, he finally understood why he was special and he embraced it.

Like children do, they have awkward moments, first dances, fights between friends, etc. Like most of the story goes, he is practically adopted by the Weasleys. He and Ron are truly the brotherly sort. Protecting each other, practical jokes, etc. make them like a second set of Prongs and Padfoot.

His relationship with Hermione, quite frankly - I never saw the two of them together as a couple, despite J.K. Rowling's quirks at writing as if they were about to be. A side note, I am happy that Ron and Hermione got hitched. Harry and Hermione are too good of friends to have had a romantic relationship.

He has been a wonderful character because he never accepted things for how they were and strived to find an answer on how to understand what was going on and possibly change things...and he did, with the death of Voldemort.

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46 days ago

I was devastated when he died, knowing that he was one of the few father figures Harry had left in the world. It would have been a chance for Harry to live a somewhat normal life but truly, in the end it wouldn't have made Harry less than what J.K. Rowling wanted him to be. Sirius truly wanted to create a happier life for Harry and that is a wonderful thing. Sirius wanted what was best for Harry and loved him because he was James' son. James and Sirius were truly a definition of "best friends" - a person with whom he got into trouble with yet found brotherly companionship with.

In the books Sirius got his fair share of interaction with Harry but it seemed lessened in the movies. I would have liked to have seen more of him in the movies but unfortunately the writing of letters back and forth would have made the movie go on forever. Sirius is a misunderstood character to begin with, having accusations against him of being responsible for the death of James and Lily. It just goes to show that no matter what world a person lives in, Wizards and Witches can tarnish an image of someone just as much as any Muggle can in our world. Unfortunately for Sirius, the clearing of his name came much too late. Even if he had not died he would still have such an awful image in the wizard world.

I enjoyed reading the Harry Potter series and found myself fighting through the chapters until I would get to another involving him (as well as Remus). He is a phenomenal character, even with the fact that his animagus is unregistered. It allows him to sneak around at his own will. Sirius is a true rebel and even if his mother Walburga did scratch her own son from the family tree (for her own self-achieving reasons). He is a presence you can't ignore because he is still part of the prominent family of the wizard world.

His death was heroic since he was protecting what he loved most, his godson Harry. He would do anything to protect him and that is very honorable. Sirius is my favorite character because he was able to reach out to Harry despite the rumors about him being the murderer of his parents and turned it into a great (but unfortunately shortlived) relationship with his godson. Plus, being handsome and rugged is a good thing too! ;)

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46 days ago

But the way, it's Fred MacMurray...not McMurray.

I'm a Harry Potter fan and I definitely know Fred MacMurray is totally unrelated to Harry Potter. He died in 1991 so there is no way it has anything to do with Harry Potter, despite the fact that they both mix potions.
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