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J.K. Rowling regrets Ron and Hermione's relationship

DUCK AND COVER!

THIS IS NOT A DRILL

THE HP FANDOM IS ABOUT TO EXPLODE

It’s like Rowling knew the HP fandom was slowly losing its mind and decided to give us something to focus that insanity on.

I’m just going to be over here having a Harry Potter Movie Marathon and crying.

Remember that time Hermione permanently disfigured another student who was just trying to protect their family?

And how NO ONE CALLED HER OUT ON THIS SHIT

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That awkward moment when you have Doomed OTP feels and spend the next three hours sobbing.

Because I realized that Regulus Black would be waiting in the afterlife for Barty Crouch Jr but Barty will never ever ever show up.

That awkward moment when you’re searching for a new Play By for your character and you find someone you really like but someone you used to RP with has used that same PB and your character had hit dat like woah. 

Or am I just being neurotic and there’s absolutely nothing weird about it?  Especially since I haven’t RPed with that person for a long times?

I want to use James McAvoy as the PB for Adult!(AU) Regulus Black.  I mean, just look at him:

You can just see the “Getting Real Tired of your Shit, Sirius” all over that expression.

But I’ve RPed with a Remus who used him as well - In a RP where Reg and Remus were kinda married and had kids. 

*dies of indecision*

Am I the only one who finds how condescending Wizards are towards Muggles to be extremely offensive.  And I don’t just mean the Pureblood elitists - I mean MOST WIZARDS.  Like, they view people who don’t have magic as some kind of highly intelligent but still inferior species just because they don’t have magic.

All inventions and modern conveniences are waved off as “Ways around magic” and said with a very “Aren’t they clever, poor things” vibe towards it.

Hell, even Arthur Weasley is guilty of this - yes, he loves muggles and technology, but when given the chance to actually speak with muggles and interact with them, he almost acts like an excited child at a zoo.  (When he was injured and in St. Mungos, this was exactly how he was acting when he heard there was a muggle being treated as well.)  Hell, even the fact there’s a Hogwart’s class for “Muggle Studies” is more than a bit offensive.

Though maybe I’m just biased as I see the Wizarding World’s complete and utter reliance on Magic as being a bit of a weakness as well as their society being kind of stagnant as they stubbornly try to not change at all.  Any progress made is fought tooth and nail and criticized mercilessly.