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    Re: Godric's Hollow

    Naomi rhymes with laomi

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    Quote Originally Posted by xi0 View Post
    You sure?
    You disagree?

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    Quote Originally Posted by xi0 View Post
    Oh too bad. Cookiefaces give me the dirty twirl And why didn't you cookieface me?
    Because somewhere in my impatient heart, I found the strength to give you mercy! ...this time.

    Quote Originally Posted by RaveDragon View Post
    HEEEY nao, we need to discipline the youngsters of this generation
    THEY DON"T KNOW HARRY POTTER or peter pan's strory
    Oh my goodness. Really? That many children have never heard of it? That really surprises me. I never finished reading the Chronicles of Narnia series because it just wasn't my taste in the end, but I feel like anyone would enjoy Harry Potter if they really gave it a shot. I know I always complain about how my mom would never buy me video games as a kid, but I really do thank her for it. Video games can be really distracting, and I don't think I would have been able to see it as clearly that young that books are soooo much better. If it came down to it and I had to choose between my books and video games, I would chuck the Wii out the window in two seconds flat. Harry Potter is responsible for the literacy of our generation, and now half of children have never heard of it??? ; What has this world come to, Rave? ?! I simply cannot imagine my childhood without it.

    I've already successfully converted convinced three people to read Harry Potter, and the only thing they regretted was not reading it sooner. I'm working on Gary, but he won't do it. Oh well. His loss. But thank for the article, I will continue in my quest to enlighten the world.

    Quote Originally Posted by Farfalla View Post
    If I have to hit scav, I'll go for the face/nose. I can't risk finding nothing down there and miss the chance D:
    Are you saying scav may be a woman secretly? o_O How dare you disgrace our gender with the mere notion!

    Quote Originally Posted by xi0 View Post
    Oh so that's why he likes to dance?
    Nothing wrong with a man that knows how to move, or at least has the confidence to try. ;D

    Quote Originally Posted by naruto-niichan View Post
    but Peach is so boring maybe she's in that age were she likes princesses?
    She's seventeen, but to my sister, every age is the age to be into princesses. She's thinks she is one. I was sitting by the front door when her boyfriend was leaving to get her corsage for prom, and as he's walking out the door she calls after him, "Remember, I'm a Princess!" Not to mention the fact that when he asked her out, she pointed to the ground and said "on your knee". When I taught her that she may ONLY see boys that respect her, I didn't realize she would take it to that extreme. XD;

    Quote Originally Posted by naruto-niichan View Post
    I have a thing for villains because they often tend to be more awesome than the good guys Slytherins appeared lame to me most of the time (except Snape) and Voldemort was only so-so, that's why I'm sticking with Gryffindor
    This is true. A story with a poorly developed antagonist is a shitty story altogether in my opinion. I want to be just as interested in the villain as I am in the hero. Whattt? Maybe there aren't as many awesome Slytherins as the other houses, but you have to admit there are some pretty kickass ones. Snape is a gimme, and Tom Riddle/Voldemort were fascinating, but don't forget how awesome Slughorn was. But most of all, I would have to remind you of Regulus Black. I wish the story would have went more in depth with him, because he really peaked my interests as Snape did. I always thought that Dumbledore could have fit into Slytherin (in his earlier years anyway).

    Quote Originally Posted by naruto-niichan View Post
    I would definitely choose the Triforce of power though but I like Link so he has to win in the end
    Me tooooooo! The Triforce of Wisdom would be pretty great too, but let's face it. Link got the worst Triforce there is! The Triforce of Courage sucks. He's still lovable as shit though. The Triforce reminds me of the Hogwarts houses, really. Widom=Ravenclaw, Courage=Gryffindor, Power=Slytherin, Hufflepuff=that empty triangle in the middle? Don't you think? Admit it, Nii-chan! You should be in Slytherin. You could do great things. *sorting hat voice*

    Quote Originally Posted by naruto-niichan View Post
    You never even played it which means you didn't care for the princess in the first place I will save her in your place though
    How DARE you question my devotion to the Princess! I just never had all the awesome gaming consoles you had.

    Quote Originally Posted by naruto-niichan View Post
    I know what you mean, Nintendo's games differ a lot from Sony or Microsoft. I like both, depends on the mood. There's nothing more awesome than the old Nintendo Super Heroes though!!
    Amen to that! Although the hot girl at one of my GameStops told me that xbox is coming out with a new Harry Potter game soon.... She wasn't clear on the details, but it's supposedly going to be awesome. Thank gawd my older sister and her husband have two xboxs. Maybe they will let me borrow one!

    Quote Originally Posted by naruto-niichan View Post
    I will get you a Link statue or something... if I have the money
    Nii-chan, stop trying to win my heart.
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    But you have to take pictures too, you know?

    Quote Originally Posted by naruto-niichan View Post
    They're getting more and more expensive, I wouldn't be surprised I guess they will go with the same price in dollars though, we europeans always need to pay more
    I knowwww. :/ It's a total bummer. And even at the end of its life, the Nintendo Wii is only $100 less than its original selling price. Not really promising for the WiiU.

    Quote Originally Posted by naruto-niichan View Post
    Holy mackerel... my grandpa always said that too XD
    Don't make fun of my sickdope slang, yo!!

    Quote Originally Posted by xi0 View Post
    JESUS CHRIST IT'S A LION GET IN THE CAR!!!
    A Nii-chan lion? Jump on its back and ride into the sunset!

    Quote Originally Posted by naruto-niichan View Post
    sure will but I cannot visit you, Nao and Gary. Gary doesn't really seem to care so I probably will visit you and Nao well, if she allows it
    You would spend your money to see me? ...I'm flattered. ._. I think it would be fun! Although I still live with my family and I don't think mi madre would appreciate me having a boy sleep over that she's never met before.

    Quote Originally Posted by naruto-niichan View Post
    Just got the impression guess I will decide when I know what Nao thinks about it and after seeing which of you is the easiest to reach/closer to each other. On the other hand you mentioned that promise I forgot about...

    but they're so vitamin-containing
    Kevin and I are actually probably only about 6 hours away from each other (both in the same state), but Gary's way the hell over at the East while we're in the deep South YALL The only beef I have is that if you're visiting the US, Nii-chan, Texas would not be my first choice destination. In fact, it would be towards the bottom.

    Quote Originally Posted by Darjaille View Post
    Hi Naomi

    Have you seen/liked A Very Potter Musical/Sequel?
    Indeed I have. The first time I started watching it (YEARSSSSS ago), I thought it was extremely boring and turned it off. Then about a year ago, my little sister all but forced me to watch it, and I ended up loving it! The inside jokes are awesome and quirky. I think I loved the Malfoy the best. XD What about you, who was your favorite/favorite scene? P.S. Redvines ARE wayyyyyyy better than Twizlers!
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    Oh, Malfoy, of course he was the best XDDD Right from the first moment when she appeared on the stage with "Did someone say Draco Malfoy?" in the first song, and I realized he's played by a girl XDDD It being basically a parody and all, well, Draco was just the loveliest and funniest XD
    And another one, Voldy, I so enjoyed his songs and awkwardness XD I liked the actor as Umbridge less, but still funny...
    I loved everything! I don't even remember much anymore, it's been years since I watched it too, but yesterday I started playing the songs so it seems I'll be rewatching soon XD


    ex oriente lux

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    Quote Originally Posted by Naomidee View Post
    Because somewhere in my impatient heart, I found the strength to give you mercy! ...this time.
    But don't you hate cookiefaces so much yourself? :<

    You're so merciful~

    Quote Originally Posted by Naomidee View Post
    I've already successfully converted convinced three people to read Harry Potter, and the only thing they regretted was not reading it sooner. I'm working on Gary, but he won't do it. Oh well. His loss. But thank for the article, I will continue in my quest to enlighten the world.
    I haven't said "won't", I just haven't done it yet. The last time I was at a B&N the only copy they had of the first book was all damaged...you wouldn't buy a damaged book would you?

    How far are you in A Game of Thrones? You didn't shelf it did you?

    Quote Originally Posted by Naomidee View Post
    Nothing wrong with a man that knows how to move, or at least has the confidence to try. ;D
    But he's not a man

    Quote Originally Posted by Naomidee View Post
    A Nii-chan lion? Jump on its back and ride into the sunset!
    No, that's what MUST be said whenever ">:3" appears

    JESUS CHRIST A LION GET IN THE CAR

    Quote Originally Posted by Naomidee View Post
    Kevin and I are actually probably only about 6 hours away from each other (both in the same state), but Gary's way the hell over at the East while we're in the deep South YALL The only beef I have is that if you're visiting the US, Nii-chan, Texas would not be my first choice destination. In fact, it would be towards the bottom.
    The Deep South is actually more Alabama/Mississippi but I digress

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    Actually, Naomi I would say we're more about 4 hours apart. Muhahaha. Plus I will be driving to Waco a lot to visit a couple of best friends at least once a month. And DFW is about 2 hours from there?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Naomidee View Post
    She's seventeen, but to my sister, every age is the age to be into princesses. She's thinks she is one. I was sitting by the front door when her boyfriend was leaving to get her corsage for prom, and as he's walking out the door she calls after him, "Remember, I'm a Princess!" Not to mention the fact that when he asked her out, she pointed to the ground and said "on your knee". When I taught her that she may ONLY see boys that respect her, I didn't realize she would take it to that extreme. XD;
    Your sister seems to be as crazy as you are makes sense that she likes Peach but Zelda is a way more awesome princess, you should convince her

    Did he really got on his knee? If yes I would say he really loves her, personally I wouldn't be sure if the girl just wants to mock me XD

    Quote Originally Posted by Naomidee View Post
    This is true. A story with a poorly developed antagonist is a shitty story altogether in my opinion. I want to be just as interested in the villain as I am in the hero. Whattt? Maybe there aren't as many awesome Slytherins as the other houses, but you have to admit there are some pretty kickass ones. Snape is a gimme, and Tom Riddle/Voldemort were fascinating, but don't forget how awesome Slughorn was. But most of all, I would have to remind you of Regulus Black. I wish the story would have went more in depth with him, because he really peaked my interests as Snape did. I always thought that Dumbledore could have fit into Slytherin (in his earlier years anyway).
    True, the Millenium Earl and the Noah's are formidable antagonists the reason why I'm not so into D.Gray-man these days (back then I utterly loved it) is because it feels like Hoshino doesn't seem to know where she wants to head with the story. It's kinda weird and confusing nowadays and I really want this matter with the 14th to progress a bit faster <___<

    why did I suddenly start talking about D.Gray-man? anyway, Voldemort was interesting but his character was a bit "monotonous", I prefer if villains and good guys aren't divided in black and white so clearly and Voldemort clearly was totally black. His personality wasn't interesting enough to compensate for that. Regulus was interesting but like you said, with near to none screentime (IIRC ) I just didn't care that much for him.

    Slughorn was truly amazing though, totally forgot about him

    Quote Originally Posted by Naomidee View Post
    Me tooooooo! The Triforce of Wisdom would be pretty great too, but let's face it. Link got the worst Triforce there is! The Triforce of Courage sucks. He's still lovable as shit though. The Triforce reminds me of the Hogwarts houses, really. Widom=Ravenclaw, Courage=Gryffindor, Power=Slytherin, Hufflepuff=that empty triangle in the middle? Don't you think? Admit it, Nii-chan! You should be in Slytherin. You could do great things. *sorting hat voice*
    Link can be GAR as well



    lol the poor Hufflepuffs shame there wasn't any outstanding person from Hufflepuff, the house appears so lame compared to the others.
    now that may sound awkward but I would compare myself to HP not really want to choose Slytherin but I feel there's a dark side inside me that could unleash hell together with you

    Quote Originally Posted by Naomidee View Post
    How DARE you question my devotion to the Princess! I just never had all the awesome gaming consoles you had.
    you could have bought them, that's just a silly excuse the Princess suffered because you were so stingy

    Quote Originally Posted by Naomidee View Post
    Amen to that! Although the hot girl at one of my GameStops told me that xbox is coming out with a new Harry Potter game soon.... She wasn't clear on the details, but it's supposedly going to be awesome. Thank gawd my older sister and her husband have two xboxs. Maybe they will let me borrow one!
    oh really? I have the xbox so tell me when the game's out
    and a hot girl at a GameStop? Awesome

    Quote Originally Posted by Naomidee View Post
    Nii-chan, stop trying to win my heart.
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    But you have to take pictures too, you know?
    So I win your heart with a Link statue? So gonna do it nah seriously, I consider you one of the most awesome people at MH. Feel flattered

    I promise I will

    Quote Originally Posted by Naomidee View Post
    I knowwww. :/ It's a total bummer. And even at the end of its life, the Nintendo Wii is only $100 less than its original selling price. Not really promising for the WiiU.
    yeah, I seriously can't believe that the consoles are anywhere that costly in it's manufacturing :/ these suckers are going for all of our money but there's no way around it

    Quote Originally Posted by Naomidee View Post
    Don't make fun of my sickdope slang, yo!!
    My grandpa was cool ya know? your fault for taking it as flout

    Quote Originally Posted by Naomidee View Post
    A Nii-chan lion? Jump on its back and ride into the sunset!
    You want to ride me?

    sorry, I just couldn't help it

    Quote Originally Posted by Naomidee View Post
    You would spend your money to see me? ...I'm flattered. ._. I think it would be fun! Although I still live with my family and I don't think mi madre would appreciate me having a boy sleep over that she's never met before.
    of course I would, I guess I don't need to say that you're awesome a second time Gary and Kevin² should come too, would be so funny with the four of us wonder what your madre would say about four boys she's never met before sleeping over

    I guess I/we would need to look for some kind of hotel or maybe we can use your garage or something like that

    Quote Originally Posted by Naomidee View Post
    Kevin and I are actually probably only about 6 hours away from each other (both in the same state), but Gary's way the hell over at the East while we're in the deep South YALL The only beef I have is that if you're visiting the US, Nii-chan, Texas would not be my first choice destination. In fact, it would be towards the bottom.
    I probably would never visit Texas if you weren't there XD but what's better than visiting friends, I can get over a maybe not so awesome landscape easily then

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    Of all the parts I watched, I think the last one was the best.

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    Let me start of by saying you are my hero for going through all those post nao
    Quote Originally Posted by Naomidee View Post
    Oh my goodness. Really? That many children have never heard of it? That really surprises me. I never finished reading the Chronicles of Narnia series because it just wasn't my taste in the end, but I feel like anyone would enjoy Harry Potter if they really gave it a shot. I know I always complain about how my mom would never buy me video games as a kid, but I really do thank her for it. Video games can be really distracting, and I don't think I would have been able to see it as clearly that young that books are soooo much better. If it came down to it and I had to choose between my books and video games, I would chuck the Wii out the window in two seconds flat. Harry Potter is responsible for the literacy of our generation, and now half of children have never heard of it??? ; What has this world come to, Rave? ?! I simply cannot imagine my childhood without it.

    I've already successfully converted convinced three people to read Harry Potter, and the only thing they regretted was not reading it sooner. I'm working on Gary, but he won't do it. Oh well. His loss. But thank for the article, I will continue in my quest to enlighten the world.
    Amen to that! i completely agree. No words are wiser then those found in the stories of our childhood and in books so blessed no problem xD I don't know my friends showed this, and it made me feel like i wanted to leave this planet as soon as possible. The first thing i'm giving my kids is my oldschool toys like the legos and childrens books. Definetely not an iphone or ipad like most parents are doing which would explain the serious lack of knowledge they have

    I converted my freind to read Fairy tail and Howl's moving catsle then we watched the latters movie toghether. I'm trying it out on another friend now, good luck to you xD

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    niichan you did tell nao you're a daddy right otousan? you there

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    I watched a few Harry Potter movies. I found them more or less childish and predictable. So I'm not hyped to read the books. For my sake, convince me to open the first book.

    The good news is I didn't watch the last movies which lead the to the final conclusion.

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    Quote Originally Posted by M3J View Post
    Naomi rhymes with laomi
    no shit sherlock, didn't u just change the first letter
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    no shit sherlock, didn't u just change the first letter
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    Quote Originally Posted by Darjaille View Post
    Oh, Malfoy, of course he was the best XDDD Right from the first moment when she appeared on the stage with "Did someone say Draco Malfoy?" in the first song, and I realized he's played by a girl XDDD It being basically a parody and all, well, Draco was just the loveliest and funniest XD
    And another one, Voldy, I so enjoyed his songs and awkwardness XD I liked the actor as Umbridge less, but still funny...
    I loved everything! I don't even remember much anymore, it's been years since I watched it too, but yesterday I started playing the songs so it seems I'll be rewatching soon XD
    Oh yes, Voldemort cracked me up too! He was still pretty good as Umbridge, but you're right. The Voldemort role suited him the best. I think just the fact that Voldemort and Umbridge were played by the same person throughout the play is funny in itself.

    I should watch it again too, now that you say it. I've only seen it once. Maybe I could get my other sister to sit down and watch it with me since she's never seen it before. As far as fan-made works go, I think it's top notch.

    Quote Originally Posted by xi0 View Post
    I haven't said "won't", I just haven't done it yet. The last time I was at a B&N the only copy they had of the first book was all damaged...you wouldn't buy a damaged book would you?
    You don't have to make excuses anymore. I get it. u~u;;;

    Quote Originally Posted by xi0 View Post
    How far are you in A Game of Thrones? You didn't shelf it did you?
    Unfortunately I have. Haven't picked it up in a very weeks. I'm getting myself into Lord of The Rings a bit now though. But don't worry. I think Game of Thrones is definitely one of those books I'll read before I die. Just definitely not working for me right now. I don't think my dad would forgive me if I didn't read Lord of the Rings soon though. And as soon as I'm finished, I'll tell him what a loser he is for never finishing the second Harry Potter book.

    HOLY SHIT, I SAW THE NEWEST HOBBIT TRAILER IN THEATERS AND WAS LITERALLY SUPPRESSING FANGIRL SQUEALS IT LOOKS SO DAMN GOOD.

    I've also convinced my mom to read Lord of the Rings.

    Quote Originally Posted by xi0 View Post
    No, that's what MUST be said whenever ">:3" appears
    Ohhhh! That explains a lot.

    Quote Originally Posted by xi0 View Post
    The Deep South is actually more Alabama/Mississippi but I digress
    Texas is considered the deep south. It was part of the Confederate States, how can you argue it isn't?

    Quote Originally Posted by kdowns View Post
    Actually, Naomi I would say we're more about 4 hours apart. Muhahaha. Plus I will be driving to Waco a lot to visit a couple of best friends at least once a month. And DFW is about 2 hours from there?
    Really? That isn't very far. Well if you're ever in the Fort Worth Area, let me know. We could go get some coffee, dinner, or go see a movie or something. Or maybe Six Flags! Haha. Although it's too hot outside for that during the summer for me.

    Quote Originally Posted by kdowns View Post
    But they're so tasty. >:]

    Quote Originally Posted by naruto-niichan View Post
    Your sister seems to be as crazy as you are makes sense that she likes Peach but Zelda is a way more awesome princess, you should convince her
    People used to just call her Hillary Jr or Hillary 2 when we worked together at the ice cream place. Sometimes I see her act like a total bitch to people at her school or whatever and I say, "god damn it, chill out." And she usually responds "I get it from you". But you're right! Zelda is much better! I will definitely see to it that she realizes it soon.

    Quote Originally Posted by naruto-niichan View Post
    Did he really got on his knee? If yes I would say he really loves her, personally I wouldn't be sure if the girl just wants to mock me XD
    He did! He's not as good-looking as she is, but makes up for it in what an awesome guy he is. He cracks me up, too! But the best part about him is that he's afraid of me. That's the quality I look for the most in my sisters' boyfriends.

    Quote Originally Posted by naruto-niichan View Post
    True, the Millenium Earl and the Noah's are formidable antagonists the reason why I'm not so into D.Gray-man these days (back then I utterly loved it) is because it feels like Hoshino doesn't seem to know where she wants to head with the story. It's kinda weird and confusing nowadays and I really want this matter with the 14th to progress a bit faster <___<
    You have that right. One of the things I really enjoy about D.Gray-Man is that I care what happens to the villains just as much as the protagonists. That's not something I can claim about any series. I know what you're saying though about why you kind of steered away from it. The hiatuses are really getting too frequent if you ask me. I think a lot of it has to do with perfectionism at this point, or maybe she's just changing her mind a lot and trying to figure it out like you said. I like where the story has gone thus far though, and if you're wanting to see something happen with the Fourteenth, then I suggest you catch up to the most recent chapter. (It would probably only take you an hour at the rate the manga is going)

    Quote Originally Posted by naruto-niichan View Post
    why did I suddenly start talking about D.Gray-man? anyway, Voldemort was interesting but his character was a bit "monotonous", I prefer if villains and good guys aren't divided in black and white so clearly and Voldemort clearly was totally black. His personality wasn't interesting enough to compensate for that. Regulus was interesting but like you said, with near to none screentime (IIRC ) I just didn't care that much for him.
    You can bring DGM up anytime you want in my thread!
    I think JK Rowling once said in an interview "none of my characters are purely good or purely bad, perhaps with the one exception being Voldemort". He's very much a Hitler-type character, but once his backstory was revealed he became much more interesting to me too.

    Quote Originally Posted by naruto-niichan View Post
    Link can be GAR as well

    That's not even really Link though. I guess Dark Link still counts though.

    Guess what I bought on Wii Virtual Console, Nii-chan! A Link to the Past! I'm going to get the classic controller at Target today after work. Although I'm not going to start the game until I've completed Twilight Princess, I'm going to have my sister start it. She doesn't really know what to do with herself because she's compeleted Skyward Sword twice and Twilight Princess three times. XD I felt bad for her and went ahead and got the game.

    Quote Originally Posted by naruto-niichan View Post
    lol the poor Hufflepuffs shame there wasn't any outstanding person from Hufflepuff, the house appears so lame compared to the others.
    now that may sound awkward but I would compare myself to HP not really want to choose Slytherin but I feel there's a dark side inside me that could unleash hell together with you
    The only person that really comes to mind for me would be Tonks. She was a fun character and definitely bad ass. ...But that's really the only one. XD Cedric Diggory was aiight too.

    Haha! You can stay in Gryffendor as long as you promise to let your inner Slytherin out every once in a while, mmmkay?

    That sounds potentially dirty.

    Quote Originally Posted by naruto-niichan View Post
    you could have bought them, that's just a silly excuse the Princess suffered because you were so stingy
    I'm getting on that!

    Quote Originally Posted by naruto-niichan View Post
    oh really? I have the xbox so tell me when the game's out
    and a hot girl at a GameStop? Awesome
    Yep, I will keep you updated when I find out new information and stuff. Yeah, she's really cute, likes games, loves Harry Potter. I've only ever seen her working once though.

    Quote Originally Posted by naruto-niichan View Post
    So I win your heart with a Link statue? So gonna do it nah seriously, I consider you one of the most awesome people at MH. Feel flattered

    I promise I will
    Haha! More like being thoughtful and what not, but yes. The Link statue definitely pushes odds in your favor. And just being a HP and Zelda fan in the first place. Sexy Voice HQ" too. You loser.

    Quote Originally Posted by naruto-niichan View Post
    yeah, I seriously can't believe that the consoles are anywhere that costly in it's manufacturing :/ these suckers are going for all of our money but there's no way around it
    I wouldn't think so either, but I don't know very much about that sort of thing. All I know is Japanese people know how to make kick-ass cars and games! Hopefully that price is a rumor and they lower it a bit.

    Quote Originally Posted by naruto-niichan View Post
    My grandpa was cool ya know? your fault for taking it as flout
    Well if that's the case, then it's ok.

    Quote Originally Posted by naruto-niichan View Post
    You want to ride me?

    sorry, I just couldn't help it
    INTO THE SUNSET

    Quote Originally Posted by naruto-niichan View Post
    of course I would, I guess I don't need to say that you're awesome a second time Gary and Kevin² should come too, would be so funny with the four of us wonder what your madre would say about four boys she's never met before sleeping over

    I guess I/we would need to look for some kind of hotel or maybe we can use your garage or something like that
    I think we could have a lot of fun that's for damn sure! My garage is infested with lizards and bugs. I don't go in there unless I'm putting out the garbage or recycling.

    A hotel with one bed? ... Oh god. Nevermind.

    Quote Originally Posted by naruto-niichan View Post
    I probably would never visit Texas if you weren't there XD but what's better than visiting friends, I can get over a maybe not so awesome landscape easily then
    If only we could go to Colorado.

    Quote Originally Posted by thornofcarrion View Post
    Of all the parts I watched, I think the last one was the best.
    You're talking about Harry Potter, right? I would say so too.

    Quote Originally Posted by RaveDragon View Post
    Let me start of by saying you are my hero for going through all those post nao

    Amen to that! i completely agree. No words are wiser then those found in the stories of our childhood and in books so blessed no problem xD I don't know my friends showed this, and it made me feel like i wanted to leave this planet as soon as possible. The first thing i'm giving my kids is my oldschool toys like the legos and childrens books. Definetely not an iphone or ipad like most parents are doing which would explain the serious lack of knowledge they have

    I converted my freind to read Fairy tail and Howl's moving catsle then we watched the latters movie toghether. I'm trying it out on another friend now, good luck to you xD

    niichan you did tell nao you're a daddy right otousan? you there
    I don't like to skip out on the people that take so much time to post in my thread.

    Yes, you will raise your kids the right way! I think if I ever decided to have a kid or two that they could play video games and what not, but would have to earn it through reading. I would hope that I would be able to raise them to just know what's right on their own without me having to always point it out, but I bet Harry Potter could help me with that!

    Nii-chan is a father? ?!

    Quote Originally Posted by Gats View Post
    I watched a few Harry Potter movies. I found them more or less childish and predictable. So I'm not hyped to read the books. For my sake, convince me to open the first book.

    The good news is I didn't watch the last movies which lead the to the final conclusion.
    The first few Harry Potter moves and novels are first and foremost children's novels. Book three is a bit darker, and by the time you're on Book 4, it's started to progress and develop into something much deeper. By the time you've finished the series, it's fully matured. That's one of the reasons I love the series so much. I literally grew up and matured with it. That's something no one but our generation that read the books as they came out can say. My mom read the series as a 38 year old woman and loves it almost as much as I do. You don't have to be 12 to like Harry Potter.

    And let me reiterate: the movies are great movies. They are NOTHING compared to the books.

    It's good that you didn't watch the last movie though! If you get into spoilers, it truly detracts from the series. There's still hope!

    Another thing, Harry Potter books are long, but you will plow through them once you get into it. They're action-packed, have a good plot, and character-driven. I think that anyone that gave them a chance would at least like them, if not love them.

    /fangirling

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    Re: Godric's Hollow

    Quote Originally Posted by Naomidee View Post

    I don't like to skip out on the people that take so much time to post in my thread.

    Yes, you will raise your kids the right way! I think if I ever decided to have a kid or two that they could play video games and what not, but would have to earn it through reading. I would hope that I would be able to raise them to just know what's right on their own without me having to always point it out, but I bet Harry Potter could help me with that!

    Nii-chan is a father? ?!
    and thats the way we cool thread owners roll

    Howl is going to help me raise my children along with Harry They will be smart and intelligent but fun, i'm not gonna say no video games if they're good kids =] (Diana Wynne Jones and JKR FTW!! among other gods and goddess' of litreture)

    yes he's my daddy are you my new step-mama?

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