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“You’re Voldemort” “No You are!” “No You are times 100 million thousand and 반사!”

I don’t like Harry Potter, there! I’ve said it! I’ve read one (don’t remember which one) and thought it was overrated, especially compared to the classics like Winnie the Pooh or the Moomintrolls or even Paddington Bear, or even closer to the genre, the Enid Blyton classics of St.Clares/Famous Five or Erich Kästner’s Emil and the Detectives series…
How funny are these people then!
I am linking to the Guardian and not the original Telegraph where this is played out, because the way I was raised, Telegraph is the Voldemort.

  • gmat

    “I don’t like Harry Potter, there! I’ve said it!”

    Where don’t you like Harry Potter? I don’t want to be a grammar Nazi, but could you please take some time before you post to review your sentences. Without proper punctuation location, your posts may sound like gibberish.

  • Bob Bobbs

    I will not like it on a train. Not in the rain. Not on a plane. I don’t want to be a…ok, ok- I do. Without proper collocation, so may yours.

    Their iz an errur in every1 ov yer sentenses. Pot kettle black much?

  • gmat

    Well Bob, this is the comment section and not a published post on a well-regarded blog. Yuna’s posts make my eyes bleed. And btw, GFY!

  • yangachibastardo

    Amen to that ! Besides the plot is way less consistent than what many fans/casual readers of JKR would ever admit. In fact there are, scattered throughout the whole saga, remarkable potholes