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harry potter "fans" by pippin on 27 July 2003 4:53am
 
when i say fans i mean people who are obsessed with harry potter. which is what a
normal fan is in the first place. i really don't know why i'm writing this but i'm very very bored. dull dull dull oh god it's
dull. blah blah blah blah.comma question mark. merry i need help i'm very bored as anyone who reads this already knows. sorry this isn't very good. well to talk about harry potter related things i was just wondering what people thought about this: what are some of the differences between Fred and George Weasley? i look forward to what you all say. actually i'd
look forward to almost anything. if i've
past my disease to you then i'm sorry but
i have no idea what i'm doing.

yours verrrrrrrrrrrrry board and bored,
aubrey,pippin,michelle,ted

'_'
 
Re: harry potter "fans" by Tracy on 27 July 2003 8:08am
 
I am a very big harry potter fan. i even got the books before they were popular and was like "whats this?" i heard people talking about harry potter on tv and i was like, don't i have those?hahaha anyways i am very bored too what a fun way to spend a saturday night and by the way i have no idea about fred and george weasly lmao
 
Re: harry potter "fans" by BookWormWizard on 27 July 2003 8:01pm
 
PIPPIN I THINK YOU ARE TAKING THE PISS,
 
Re: harry potter "fans" by pippin on 27 July 2003 10:52pm
 
What are you talking about?
 
Re: harry potter "fans" by Diamond on 27 July 2003 11:23pm
 
I think bookworm means that you are not treating the subject of harry potter with the respect it deserves?

 
Re: harry potter "fans" by Helen on 29 July 2003 3:41pm
 
I am reading Order of the Phoenix and it is GREAT. Harry is angry and full of teen angst-- so believable!
So no spoilers! Don't tell me who dies... or anything!
Thanks in advance,
:)
Helen
 
Re: harry potter "fans" by pippin on 29 July 2003 6:10pm
 
i'm sorry if i offended anyone but trust me
i have enormous respect for harry potter. i
also know just about everything there is to
know. except one thing. Who's the head of ravenclaw house?!
 
Re: harry potter "fans" by merry on 29 July 2003 7:10pm
 
I told you I thought it was professor Sinstra of Astronomy.
 
Re: harry potter "fans" by Dreamchild on 29 July 2003 9:25pm
 
I love the HP books the movies are great too. But I like the books better. Differeces between Fred and George, I am not sure there really doesn't seem to be one, the always finsh the others thoughts and seem to be pretty in tune with one another, just me. I also wanted to say I don't think you have to be obsseed to be a fan, i am a huge fan of alot of things, I prefer the word "Suppoter" because it just feels better.
LOL,
Beth
 
Re: harry potter "fans" by pippin on 29 July 2003 10:27pm
 
suppoter that sounds alot better than fan. who started the fan thing any way. yes supporter is definately better. even though
there dosen't seem to be any differences between fred and george i still like fred better for some reason.

yours science fictionally,
aubrey
 
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