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AMUSING FACTS ON HARRY POTTER 

This list will make you laugh and cry all the same :)

Before The Events Of Harry Potter Series

 Lily once flirted Remus out in front of James, just to annoy him. Remus was so
shocked, he stood there and didn’t say anything, eventually excusing himself to
use the restroom.
 Lily once met Sirius in his Animagus form before she knew their secret. She let
him lick her face and played with him for half an hour before an unusually
angry James Potter dragged the dog away.
 Harry's first word was 'Pafoo' (Padfoot). He first said this when Sirius
unexpectedly entered into the Potter's kitchen. James, Lily and especially Sirius
were proud of the 11 month old baby.
 James was secretly one of McGonagall's favorite students. He excelled in
Transfiguration, though he didn’t care to hand his homework essays in unless
she threatened to take away Quidditch. He was clever and knew the right
answers. She was proud of him when they won the Quidditch Cup and when he
finally got Lily to say “I do.” She was half rooting for him the whole time.
During Harry Potter Series

 While dating Dean and Michael, Ginny was constantly comparing them to
Harry.
 Mrs. Weasley didn't make Harry that first Weasley sweater because she was
being nice -- she made it because she was so grateful that Ron, her youngest
son who always felt second best to his older brothers, had a best friend all to
himself. It wasn't pity or random kindness. She just wanted to find a way to
thank the boy who made Ron's letters home such a joy to read.
 During the many dinners spent at Grimmauld Place, Sirius grew to become
particularly fond of the Weasley twins. They exchanged countless stories about
the pranks they pulled at school, and compared detention records.
 Upon walking down the great hall to be sorted, Neville Longbottom considered
asking the Sorting Hat to place him in Gryffindor. He decided not to; and to his
complete surprise, he became a lion anyway.
 On May 2nd, 1998 every witch and wizard held a moment of silence for the
ones who died during the First and Second Wizarding War. When the
respectful silence ended millions of different coloured sparks could be seen
shooting up into the night sky.
 Severus Snape didn’t see himself and Lily happily married together in the
mirror of Erised. He only saw Lily, happy and smiling, proving how strong and
selfless his love for her really was.
 To conjure a Patronus, Luna thought of the D.A. meetings. They were her
happiest memories, where she met her best friends.
 Severus Snape never liked having Ginny Weasley in class because when he saw
her out of the corner of his eye, for a split second he always thought it was Lily.
 While working at Weasley's Wizard Wheezes, the twins often wore name tags
labelled "Gred" and "Forge”.
After Harry Potter Series Ended
 James got one more O.W.L. than his father: History of Magic. The exam was
the easiest one, seeing as the majority of questions were about Harry.
 When Harry and Hermione came over to help Arthur Weasley set up the
television he asked them hundreds of questions, most of them about how
electricity worked. He had to be restrained from trying to electrocute himself
because he wanted to see "Just exactly how it felt".
 Albus Severus Potter often visited the portrait of Severus Snape, and they
would have long talks about Hogwarts and Potions in particular. Once when
Albus was just about to get on the Hogwarts Express, he was talking to his
father about Snape and how he thought he was a charming man. Harry asked
him what Snape’s portrait was like, he told him that it was dark and bland, with
potion vials scattered around and books in heaps on the floor. Harry wasn't
surprised; he pictured the potions dungeons in his head from when he was at
Hogwarts. However, when Albus proceeded to tell Harry that on the desk in
Snape’s portrait stood a vase of lilies, which seemed to be the brightest and
prettiest thing in the picture, Harry let out a little smile, hugged Albus and
continued to help him get his trunk onto the carriage.
 Ron was helping Hugo with his spells one day, and Hugo mispronounced
Wingardium Leviosa. Ron said, "It's Leviosa, not Leviosah." Hermione caught
his eye, and they laughed for a good few minutes, much to Hugo's curiosity.
 During Colin Creevey’s funeral many people came to lay flowers by his grave.
Harry wasn't one of those people instead he brought a photo and placed it
gingerly beside the flowers. Even though many years had passed and Colin had
grown up into a brave and heroic man Harry still couldn’t help but think of him
as the excitable young first year who had wanted a photo of him. The photo that
was left at Colin’s grave bore Harry’s signatures crawled in the corner. It was
the only autograph Harry ever gave.
 Harry kept all of the sweaters Molly knitted for him over the years. When she
saw them folded in his cupboard one day, she cried.
 George sent along a box of Custard Creams with Roxanne as a gift to Neville on
her first day of Hogwarts. She didn't speak to her father for a week when her
Herbology professor turned into a canary in the middle of class.
 When a young Teddy Lupin was told his father was a werewolf, he thought he
had the coolest dad ever.
 Lily, Rose and Roxanne's parents never bought them any pink cardigans.
 Neville Longbottom's son was sorted into Gryffindor before the Sorting Hat
even touched his head.
 If Harry were to look in the mirror of Erised today, he wouldn't see anything
different.
 James and Fred both broke their namesakes' detention records.
 George developed a device sold at the shop which detected any cheats or scams.
It was called the Lying Ludo.
 Hagrid visited Norberta in Romania. She recognised her ‘Mummy.’
 Neville tried to return the sword of Gryffindor to Harry after the battle, but
Harry didn’t accept – the one thing that the Ministry had gotten right was that
the sword was never Dumbledore’s to give. It now rests in Professor
Longbottom’s office, waiting to be called by another worthy Gryffindor.
 After the war, Neville went and visited his parents at St. Mungo’s to explain the
end of Voldemort’s reign. He knew they wouldn’t understand, but they
deserved to know – it was what they had been fighting for all along.
 There was always a vase of fresh lilies in the Potter home.
 Percy made a point to see his father at the ministry every day after they both
returned to work.
 When Hermione told Ron she was pregnant, it was the single most terrifying
moment of his life. It was also the happiest.
 Narcissa Malfoy never truly forgave Molly for killing her sister, but understood
why she did it.
 Hugo and Rose always run to their father for sweets – Hermione is still the
daughter of two dentists.
 Rose once came across a selection of books penned by Gilderoy Lockhart in her
mother’s library. Her father confiscated them and muttered something about
“pompous prat.”
 In the Granger-Weasley household, it was always Hermione who stepped up to
kill the spiders.
 Neville didn’t buy his son a pet toad.
 Draco’s nurturing upbringing of Scorpius was inspired by his own father: he
did everything Lucius didn’t.
 Hermione and her parents spent hours attempting to explain to Arthur
Weasley how airplanes stay up. He still didn’t quite understand the concept.
 James and Fred annoyed everyone by constantly Apparating from room to
room, sometimes accidentally landing on top of people.
 Teddy Lupin was slightly distraught at not becoming a prefect, for he knew his
father had been one. “I’m sure you just lack certain qualities,” Harry told him,
“like the ability to behave yourself.” Teddy was puzzled until Harry explained
those were the words of his mother.
 Harry always fed any friendly stray dogs he saw. They were a sad reminder of
Sirius.
 On those rare occasions that Harry would visit Dudley’s family, he still called
him ‘Big D.’
 Ron’s kids found the infamous Yule Ball dress robes hanging in his cupboard
once. The teasing lasted for weeks.
 Ginny was disappointed when her son James first word was ‘buddy 'ell’ (bloody
hell) after spending too much time with his Uncle Ron.
 When Ron suggested his children a homework planner, Hermione dropped the
pot she was holding and beamed with happiness.
 After failing to secure her father’s attention during a particularly noisy family
dinner at the burrow, Rose angrily screeched “Won-Won!” The entire room fell
silent, and Ron’s face flushed a brilliant red, until Hermione simply burst out
laughing.
 Hugo never really understood why his father was so adamant about the fact
that no good ever came from entering a girls’ bathroom.
 Neville Longbottom gives the best advice to his students, and is viewed as
mentor. A frightened young first year once approached him with concerns
about a bully. Neville looked him in the eyes and told him that he was worth
twelve of that coward.
 When Ron proposed to Hermione, he fumbled with the ring and almost
dropped it down sewer. When Hermione said yes, he was shocked and
Hermione simply replied with ”Always the tone of surprise.”
 Fred had actually never heard Percy joke. At Fred's funeral, Percy promised
him he'd lighten up. And since then, he had. Every year on the anniversary of
his death, Percy visited Fred's grave in the dead of night. Instead of placing
roses, he put a pile of dragon dung next to it. Every year, he whispered, "Yeah, I
was the world's biggest prat." When George arrived later in the day, he always
wondered who the prankster was.
 Scorpius doesn’t understand why his father always squirms at the mere
mention of ferrets.
 George's proposal to Angelina wasn't planned.
George and Angelina had been together for awhile and had never discussed marriage.
One night at a big Weasley family party, a conversation arose between George, Percy,
and Ron. Percy and Audrey had recently gotten married and Ron and Hermione were
engaged. Ron started joking with George about marrying Angelina, when Percy asked if
he had even thought about the idea.

Percy, who still didn't have the best sense of humor, continued, "George you're an adult
and you should really start acting like it."

"Fine," George replied, and taking inspiration from his twin brother he stood up and
said: "Oi! Angelina!"

She looked up from her conversation with Ginny and Fleur.

"Want to marry me?" asked George.

Though she was very surprised she smiled coyly and said, "All right, then" and continued
on with her conversation.

George sat back down and looked at his brother Percy who looked absolutely stunned.
Remembering a very similar conversation in his fourth year of school Ron patted George
on the back and said, "Piece of cake."

 When Fred and Roxanne were very young, Fred constantly played sneaky
pranks on his little sister. One day, when Roxanne was reduced to tears after
Fred stole her Pygmy puff, George introduced his daughter to the punching
telescope. Angelina scolded her husband fiercely when Fred came downstairs
one morning with a black eye.
 To tell Harry she was pregnant, Ginny took him to Godric's Hollow.
She knew he wanted to name them after his parents, so what better place to tell him? It
was time to make new, happier memories there anyway.

 Hermione broke the news to Ron that she was pregnant for the first time by
using a Christmas gift. It was a Chudley Cannons baby outfit.
 When Ron and Hermione were deciding on what color to paint their room in,
Ron had joked saying 'Lavender'. Hermione didn't speak to him for a week, and
vowed to get revenge.
When Hugo was born and they were deciding on baby names, Hermione said in all
seriousness, that she was dying to name the baby Viktor II. Ron never used the name
Lavender again.

 The members of the D.A. consider their charmed galleons as one of their most
prized possessions. Luna Lovegood made a necklace out of hers.
 When asked about the significance of Chocolate Frog cards, Ron explained to
his children that they were wizards of great significance in the Wizarding
World. Rose replied by inquisitively asking him why he was on one.
 James, Rose, Albus, Hugo, and Lily all complained about never going camping.
Their parents simply wouldn't budge on their firm 'NO.'
 Shortly after the war, Hermione gave Ron her book of Muggle fairy tales so that
he could understand that no, Cinderella was not an illness.
 Harry Potter regrets the day he taught his sons "Levicorpus."
 None of the kids understood why there was an unidetifiable Weasley cousin
called Barney in Fleur and Bill's wedding photos.
 Scorpius Malfoy excelled in Care of Magical Creatures, much to his father’s
disbelief.
 James snuck his namesake’s motorbike out of the garage to take it for a spin
quite often. One summer, he crashed it unknown to his parents. When they
finally found out, he received a Howler at breakfast in the great hall one
morning. It had been Ron’s idea.
 When Rose was a little girl, she used to wish she was a cat. Her mother would
reply quite firmly that no, being a cat was not all that enjoyable.
 Seamus Finnigan didn’t allow his son to play with matches, for fear of his
underage magical talent coming to fruition.
 Whilst playing for the Holyhead Harpies Ginny was hit on the back of the head
by a Bludger, she fell off her broom and ended up unconscious for a few days.
When she woke up the first thing she saw was Harry asleep in a chair next to
her bed. This is when she decided to settle down, marry him, and have
children. She was just waiting to make sure he wouldn’t leave again. The site of
him there reassured her he never would.
 Every Christmas since the Battle of Hogwarts, Harry tried to have something to
represent every victim he had known on the Christmas tree.
For Dobby, there was a pair of odd socks. For Mad-Eye, there was round chocolates
covered with foil to look the eyeballs. For Fred, there was a little angel with a cheeky grin
and a flame of ginger hair. For Colin, there was a tiny silver camera.... For Tonks, there
was a small star which changed colour. For Remus, there was a wolf which was near the
star, watching over it. For Snape, there was a Lily which was entwined in the tree's pines.
And for Hedwig, there was a toy owl on top of the tree.

 When they were in the end of their second year, Rose, Scorpius, and Al figured
out a way to enchant their notebooks to work as a three-way note system. One
person would write something and it would appear in the other two notebooks.
The three friends used this method of communication all throughout their
years at Hogwarts
 When Hermione went back to Hogwarts, Ron gave her his favorite jumper to
take with her. Hermione thought it might have been the most romantic thing
he’d ever done. It was old and had a few holes in it and was much too big for
her, but she rarely took it off.
 Harry was there for Umbridge's trial. She pleaded not guilty, that she was
under the Imperius Curse the whole time. She kept on asking Harry to back her
up. Esmerelda Marchbanks called upon Harry to confirm Umbridge’s story.
"Potter, tell them the truth! Tell them I was under the Imperius Curse! I feel
remorse! Please, tell them!" Harry simply looked at Dolores Jane Umbridge
and said "I’m sorry Professor, I must not tell lies."
Sorry for the long list, but I hope you thoroughly enjoyed them.

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This list will make you laugh and cry all the same :)

Before The Events Of Harry Potter Series

 Lily once asked Remus out in front of James, just to annoy him. Remus was so
shocked, he stood there and didn’t say anything, eventually excusing himself to
use the restroom.
 Lily once met Sirius in his Animagus form before she knew their secret. She let
him lick her face and played with him for half an hour before an unusually
angry James Potter dragged the dog away.
 Harry's first word was 'Pafoo' (Padfoot). He first said this when Sirius
unexpectedly entered into the Potter's kitchen. James, Lily and especially Sirius
were proud of the 11 month old baby.
 James was secretly one of McGonagall's favorite students. He excelled in
Transfiguration, though he didn’t care to hand his homework essays in unless
she threatened to take away Quidditch. He was clever and knew the right
answers. She was proud of him when they won the Quidditch Cup and when he
finally got Lily to say “I do.” She was half rooting for him the whole time.
During Harry Potter Series

 While dating Dean and Michael, Ginny was constantly comparing them to
Harry.
 Mrs. Weasley didn't make Harry that first Weasley sweater because she was
being nice -- she made it because she was so grateful that Ron, her youngest
son who always felt second best to his older brothers, had a best friend all to
himself. It wasn't pity or random kindness. She just wanted to find a way to
thank the boy who made Ron's letters home such a joy to read.
 During the many dinners spent at Grimmauld Place, Sirius grew to become
particularly fond of the Weasley twins. They exchanged countless stories about
the pranks they pulled at school, and compared detention records.
 Upon walking down the great hall to be sorted, Neville Longbottom considered
asking the Sorting Hat to place him in Gryffindor. He decided not to; and to his
complete surprise, he became a lion anyway.
 On May 2nd, 1998 every witch and wizard held a moment of silence for the
ones who died during the First and Second Wizarding War. When the
respectful silence ended millions of different coloured sparks could be seen
shooting up into the night sky.
 Severus Snape didn’t see himself and Lily happily married together in the
mirror of Erised. He only saw Lily, happy and smiling, proving how strong and
selfless his love for her really was.
 To conjure a Patronus, Luna thought of the D.A. meetings. They were her
happiest memories, where she met her best friends.
 Severus Snape never liked having Ginny Weasley in class because when he saw
her out of the corner of his eye, for a split second he always thought it was Lily.
 While working at Weasley's Wizard Wheezes, the twins often wore name tags
labelled "Gred" and "Forge”.
After Harry Potter Series Ended

 James got one more O.W.L. than his father: History of Magic. The exam was
the easiest one, seeing as the majority of questions were about Harry.
 When Harry and Hermione came over to help Arthur Weasley set up the
television he asked them hundreds of questions, most of them about how
electricity worked. He had to be restrained from trying to electrocute himself
because he wanted to see "Just exactly how it felt".
 Albus Severus Potter often visited the portrait of Severus Snape, and they
would have long talks about Hogwarts and Potions in particular. Once when
Albus was just about to get on the Hogwarts Express, he was talking to his
father about Snape and how he thought he was a charming man. Harry asked
him what Snape’s portrait was like, he told him that it was dark and bland, with
potion vials scattered around and books in heaps on the floor. Harry wasn't
surprised; he pictured the potions dungeons in his head from when he was at
Hogwarts. However, when Albus proceeded to tell Harry that on the desk in
Snape’s portrait stood a vase of lilies, which seemed to be the brightest and
prettiest thing in the picture, Harry let out a little smile, hugged Albus and
continued to help him get his trunk onto the carriage.
 Ron was helping Hugo with his spells one day, and Hugo mispronounced
Wingardium Leviosa. Ron said, "It's Leviosa, not Leviosah." Hermione caught
his eye, and they laughed for a good few minutes, much to Hugo's curiosity.
 During Colin Creevey’s funeral many people came to lay flowers by his grave.
Harry wasn't one of those people instead he brought a photo and placed it
gingerly beside the flowers. Even though many years had passed and Colin had
grown up into a brave and heroic man Harry still couldn’t help but think of him
as the excitable young first year who had wanted a photo of him. The photo that
was left at Colin’s grave bore Harry’s signatures crawled in the corner. It was
the only autograph Harry ever gave.
 Harry kept all of the sweaters Molly knitted for him over the years. When she
saw them folded in his cupboard one day, she cried.
 George sent along a box of Custard Creams with Roxanne as a gift to Neville on
her first day of Hogwarts. She didn't speak to her father for a week when her
Herbology professor turned into a canary in the middle of class.
 When a young Teddy Lupin was told his father was a werewolf, he thought he
had the coolest dad ever.
 Lily, Rose and Roxanne's parents never bought them any pink cardigans.
 Neville Longbottom's son was sorted into Gryffindor before the Sorting Hat
even touched his head.
 If Harry were to look in the mirror of Erised today, he wouldn't see anything
different.
 James and Fred both broke their namesakes' detention records.
 George developed a device sold at the shop which detected any cheats or scams.
It was called the Lying Ludo.
 Hagrid visited Norberta in Romania. She recognised her ‘Mummy.’
 Neville tried to return the sword of Gryffindor to Harry after the battle, but
Harry didn’t accept – the one thing that the Ministry had gotten right was that
the sword was never Dumbledore’s to give. It now rests in Professor
Longbottom’s office, waiting to be called by another worthy Gryffindor.
 After the war, Neville went and visited his parents at St. Mungo’s to explain the
end of Voldemort’s reign. He knew they wouldn’t understand, but they
deserved to know – it was what they had been fighting for all along.
 There was always a vase of fresh lilies in the Potter home.
 Percy made a point to see his father at the ministry every day after they both
returned to work.
 When Hermione told Ron she was pregnant, it was the single most terrifying
moment of his life. It was also the happiest.
 Narcissa Malfoy never truly forgave Molly for killing her sister, but understood
why she did it.
 Hugo and Rose always run to their father for sweets – Hermione is still the
daughter of two dentists.
 Rose once came across a selection of books penned by Gilderoy Lockhart in her
mother’s library. Her father confiscated them and muttered something about
“pompous prat.”
 In the Granger-Weasley household, it was always Hermione who stepped up to
kill the spiders.
 Neville didn’t buy his son a pet toad.
 Draco’s nurturing upbringing of Scorpius was inspired by his own father: he
did everything Lucius didn’t.
 Hermione and her parents spent hours attempting to explain to Arthur
Weasley how airplanes stay up. He still didn’t quite understand the concept.
 James and Fred annoyed everyone by constantly Apparating from room to
room, sometimes accidentally landing on top of people.
 Teddy Lupin was slightly distraught at not becoming a prefect, for he knew his
father had been one. “I’m sure you just lack certain qualities,” Harry told him,
“like the ability to behave yourself.” Teddy was puzzled until Harry explained
those were the words of his mother.
 Harry always fed any friendly stray dogs he saw. They were a sad reminder of
Sirius.
 On those rare occasions that Harry would visit Dudley’s family, he still called
him ‘Big D.’
 Ron’s kids found the infamous Yule Ball dress robes hanging in his cupboard
once. The teasing lasted for weeks.
 Ginny was disappointed when her son James first word was ‘buddy 'ell’ (bloody
hell) after spending too much time with his Uncle Ron.
 When Ron suggested his children a homework planner, Hermione dropped the
pot she was holding and beamed with happiness.
 After failing to secure her father’s attention during a particularly noisy family
dinner at the burrow, Rose angrily screeched “Won-Won!” The entire room fell
silent, and Ron’s face flushed a brilliant red, until Hermione simply burst out
laughing.
 Hugo never really understood why his father was so adamant about the fact
that no good ever came from entering a girls’ bathroom.
 Neville Longbottom gives the best advice to his students, and is viewed as
mentor. A frightened young first year once approached him with concerns
about a bully. Neville looked him in the eyes and told him that he was worth
twelve of that coward.
 When Ron proposed to Hermione, he fumbled with the ring and almost
dropped it down sewer. When Hermione said yes, he was shocked and
Hermione simply replied with ”Always the tone of surprise.”
 Fred had actually never heard Percy joke. At Fred's funeral, Percy promised
him he'd lighten up. And since then, he had. Every year on the anniversary of
his death, Percy visited Fred's grave in the dead of night. Instead of placing
roses, he put a pile of dragon dung next to it. Every year, he whispered, "Yeah, I
was the world's biggest prat." When George arrived later in the day, he always
wondered who the prankster was.
 Scorpius doesn’t understand why his father always squirms at the mere
mention of ferrets.
 George's proposal to Angelina wasn't planned.
George and Angelina had been together for awhile and had never discussed marriage.
One night at a big Weasley family party, a conversation arose between George, Percy,
and Ron. Percy and Audrey had recently gotten married and Ron and Hermione were
engaged. Ron started joking with George about marrying Angelina, when Percy asked if
he had even thought about the idea.

Percy, who still didn't have the best sense of humor, continued, "George you're an adult
and you should really start acting like it."

"Fine," George replied, and taking inspiration from his twin brother he stood up and
said: "Oi! Angelina!"
She looked up from her conversation with Ginny and Fleur.

"Want to marry me?" asked George.

Though she was very surprised she smiled coyly and said, "All right, then" and continued
on with her conversation.

George sat back down and looked at his brother Percy who looked absolutely stunned.
Remembering a very similar conversation in his fourth year of school Ron patted George
on the back and said, "Piece of cake."

 When Fred and Roxanne were very young, Fred constantly played sneaky
pranks on his little sister. One day, when Roxanne was reduced to tears after
Fred stole her Pygmy puff, George introduced his daughter to the punching
telescope. Angelina scolded her husband fiercely when Fred came downstairs
one morning with a black eye.
 To tell Harry she was pregnant, Ginny took him to Godric's Hollow.
She knew he wanted to name them after his parents, so what better place to tell him? It
was time to make new, happier memories there anyway.

 Hermione broke the news to Ron that she was pregnant for the first time by
using a Christmas gift. It was a Chudley Cannons baby outfit.
 When Ron and Hermione were deciding on what color to paint their room in,
Ron had joked saying 'Lavender'. Hermione didn't speak to him for a week, and
vowed to get revenge.
When Hugo was born and they were deciding on baby names, Hermione said in all
seriousness, that she was dying to name the baby Viktor II. Ron never used the name
Lavender again.

 The members of the D.A. consider their charmed galleons as one of their most
prized possessions. Luna Lovegood made a necklace out of hers.
 When asked about the significance of Chocolate Frog cards, Ron explained to
his children that they were wizards of great significance in the Wizarding
World. Rose replied by inquisitively asking him why he was on one.
 James, Rose, Albus, Hugo, and Lily all complained about never going camping.
Their parents simply wouldn't budge on their firm 'NO.'
 Shortly after the war, Hermione gave Ron her book of Muggle fairy tales so that
he could understand that no, Cinderella was not an illness.
 Harry Potter regrets the day he taught his sons "Levicorpus."
 None of the kids understood why there was an unidetifiable Weasley cousin
called Barney in Fleur and Bill's wedding photos.
 Scorpius Malfoy excelled in Care of Magical Creatures, much to his father’s
disbelief.
 James snuck his namesake’s motorbike out of the garage to take it for a spin
quite often. One summer, he crashed it unknown to his parents. When they
finally found out, he received a Howler at breakfast in the great hall one
morning. It had been Ron’s idea.
 When Rose was a little girl, she used to wish she was a cat. Her mother would
reply quite firmly that no, being a cat was not all that enjoyable.
 Seamus Finnigan didn’t allow his son to play with matches, for fear of his
underage magical talent coming to fruition.
 Whilst playing for the Holyhead Harpies Ginny was hit on the back of the head
by a Bludger, she fell off her broom and ended up unconscious for a few days.
When she woke up the first thing she saw was Harry asleep in a chair next to
her bed. This is when she decided to settle down, marry him, and have
children. She was just waiting to make sure he wouldn’t leave again. The site of
him there reassured her he never would.
 Every Christmas since the Battle of Hogwarts, Harry tried to have something to
represent every victim he had known on the Christmas tree.
For Dobby, there was a pair of odd socks. For Mad-Eye, there was round chocolates
covered with foil to look the eyeballs. For Fred, there was a little angel with a cheeky grin
and a flame of ginger hair. For Colin, there was a tiny silver camera.... For Tonks, there
was a small star which changed colour. For Remus, there was a wolf which was near the
star, watching over it. For Snape, there was a Lily which was entwined in the tree's pines.
And for Hedwig, there was a toy owl on top of the tree.

 When they were in the end of their second year, Rose, Scorpius, and Al figured
out a way to enchant their notebooks to work as a three-way note system. One
person would write something and it would appear in the other two notebooks.
The three friends used this method of communication all throughout their
years at Hogwarts
 When Hermione went back to Hogwarts, Ron gave her his favorite jumper to
take with her. Hermione thought it might have been the most romantic thing
he’d ever done. It was old and had a few holes in it and was much too big for
her, but she rarely took it off.
 Harry was there for Umbridge's trial. She pleaded not guilty, that she was
under the Imperius Curse the whole time. She kept on asking Harry to back her
up. Esmerelda Marchbanks called upon Harry to confirm Umbridge’s story.
"Potter, tell them the truth! Tell them I was under the Imperius Curse! I feel
remorse! Please, tell them!" Harry simply looked at Dolores Jane Umbridge
and said "I’m sorry Professor, I must not tell lies."
Sorry for the long list, but I hope you thoroughly enjoyed them.

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