fanpopping depuis March 2011

  • Les Etats-Unis
  • Favorite TV Show: The Melancholy of Haruhi Suzumiya, Ouran High School Host Club, CardCaptor Sakura, The Office
    Favorite Movie: Howl's Moving Castle, Harry Potter
    Favorite Musician: Yum!Yum!ORANGE, Lady Gaga, midnightPumpkin, SNSD, SKULL Candy
    Favorite Book or Author: Harry Potter, Incarceron
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Ryou-Bakura faîtes-moi des propositions pour my polls
hiii ^w^/ posté il y a plus d’un an
FlightofFantasy faîtes-moi des propositions pour my comments
For your commentaire on the pick "When in your opinion should Harry have started dating Luna Lovegood?" on the Harry and Luna spot. I could not agree more. toi a dit everything I feel about romance in HP, and H&L in particular, only expressed much better than I could have done! posté il y a plus d’un an
maryksand faîtes-moi des propositions pour my comments
Everything toi a dit is perfect and I agree with literally each and every word. I'm glad that toi share my feelings about it, especially about Cho, Ginny and Luna as individual characters, becuase I always felt sort of in a constant minority because others seem to think that Cho is shallow and weak, Luna is weird and only cares about Nurgles and Ginny is strong, Rebelle and perfect. But I just never saw it that way. Cho was always a much stronger character in my opinion. posté il y a plus d’un an
maryksand commenté…
She experienced the death of a person she clearly had feelings for and maybe even was in l’amour with, but still she didn't surround herself with her sadness and anger, she didn't sit in her room for hours, she didn't yell at people ou insult them just because she was upset and broken (something that even Harry did from time to time. In fact, Cho dealt with Cedric's death in a much plus Rebelle and strong way then Harry). All she did was crying, but anyone would cry and she had a damn good reason to, so I don't get why she gets the blame for it. Other than that, she didn't do anything, she helped Harry, she was ready to fight par his side, she was ready to try and start a relationship with him even though it must have been hard for her to do it so fast after Cedric's death. She never blamed Harry for his death even though a person who was in such pain could do it. But Cho didn't. She understood that Harry was hurt too. il y a plus d’un an
maryksand commenté…
But they couldn't help each other, because they were both misereable at that point. As much as strong Cho could be, she just didn't have what it takes to handle Harry's issues, because his issues were too deep. Hermione genuinly sympathed him, but she could never understand him in that aspect. But Luna could and she understood him perfectly. And if we talk about strength Luna was definitelly the strongest one. She experienced death too, she went through insults and she was broken many times but she kept moving on and still found things that give life meaning and joy. And she could make Harry see those things too, even when all his hope was gone. That is exactly what he needed. il y a plus d’un an
maryksand commenté…
As for Ginny, she was never as strong as Cho ou Luna. Just because she didn't cry doesn't make her strong, she didn't have half as many problems at the age of 14-15 as Cho had, but still she reliesed her annoyance par bulling people. This is not par any means being strong. And she changed all her personality for the worse all because of a guy whom she only loved because he was a celebrity. This is not strong, this is extremely weak and shallow. Instead of sticking ot Ginny's evolation that she shows in book 5 par moving on from her childish crush on Harry, JK Rowling had to turn Ginny into such an unlikeable person believing that it makes her perfect for Harry, but she became even less perfect for him than she was before that sudden personality change. il y a plus d’un an