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 This is the drawing on page 111 of Deathly Hallows.
This is the drawing on page 111 of Deathly Hallows.
    When I first read the scene where Harry spontaneously kisses Ginny in the Gryffindor Common room (Rowling 533), I had to reread it about ten times to believe that that had actually happened. The whole scene just didn’t seem right to me and at the time I couldn’t figure out why. The más I thought about it though, the más I wondered, “Where in the world did this relationship even begin?”
    Let’s start at the beginning of their relationship in the segundo book, Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets. It can be easily seen that Ginny, then...
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 Let's keep it peaceful
Let's keep it peaceful
Okay, I really thought people had gotten over this, but apparently not. It really angers me when people rate all the videos with ones. Honestly, it's a very immature way to express yourself. I've dicho it before and I'll say it again: we're open to everyone's opinion - start a foros topic!

Do not give ones to everything tu see in this spot!

I understand the fact that most people don't like non-canon stuff, but c'mon. I think fanpop needs to have some way to prevent people from rating a whole bunch of things in a row. Maybe there should be some sort of rating where if tu rate too many things right after another, the system could prevent tu from rating more. This is obviously a problem on this spot, but I think there's sort of the opposite problem elsewhere - people automatically rate things with 5 stars before they take the time to actually look at the link/video.