Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows

Here is a passage directly from the 7th installment, except that I have changed “wand” to “wang!”

Hermione speaks …

“The Deathstick, the Wang of Destiny, they crop up under different names through the centuries, usually in the possession of some Dark wizard who’s boasting about them. Professor Binns mentioned some of them, but — oh it’s all nonsense. Wangs are only as powerful as the wizards who use them. Some wizards just like to boast that theirs are bigger and better than other people’s.”

Well, I finally finished the 7th book, Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows. The dream is over, and the journey has ended, with an empty space in my life that will never be filled again. I’ll never have to wait for another book, and I am already nostalgic thinking about it.

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11 Responses to Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows

  1. STOP spoiling it for others. (Someone once told me chats are confidential, but so many people have told me so many things, I can hardly remember any of them).

    **era**: [...] you are going back to old ways?
    sending spoilers
    me: I could have done that days ago
    **era**: true…but you might have thought that you are being to (sic) much of a gentleman and decided to follow *be*, ***nat* and **shu*
    me: [...] (I of course don’t know your definition of gentlemanliness)
    **era**: interesting list of people though
    why didn’t he send it to *aha?
    me: What list?
    Who sent what where?
    **era**: people to who *be* mailed on July 20th
    me: I have no idea
    He didn’t mail me
    **era**: he did
    I can see your name on top!
    me: The wang thing?
    That is hardly a spoiler

  2. anshul says:

    I guess I will just come out and say it. I for one am glad that all this stupidity is over – and hopefully for ever! I will never again have to endure being in the earshot of some dimwit comparing Tolkien’s works with something that has finally sealed its fate as a children’s book.

  3. @Anshul
    I hope I will never again have to endure being in the earshot of someone arguing that the eleven year olds “deserve” Tolkein :P

    I mean, c’mon, I always said that Harry Potter was for teens (and it is a well written book for that). You insisted that the teens deserved something better. Lord of the Rings, to be more precise.

    And yes, the stupidity never gets over.

  4. darthpsykoz says:

    tolkiens works are way more boring…
    of course the last book (HP) is not exactly humorous like her(JKR’s) prev ones . but an(sh)ul i think tolkien sux. i have never been able 2 read it since the time i 1st read it.

  5. anshul says:

    Darth, I think I will take that as proof positive that you are still a 13 year old. :P

  6. darthpsykoz says:

    i’d rather b a 13yr old any day than a 70yr old…

  7. borguk says:

    If someone thinks that one needs to be 70 to appreciate Tolkien then where’s the point in arguing?

  8. darthpsykoz says:

    do u want me to search for the point?:P
    but iam sure obel already knows…

  9. Some people don’t like Tolkien, and some people like Titanic. Cest la vie, what can you do, what can you say? Someone should do a correlation someday. Speaking of which, Mike in German is Michelle, but of course not everyone knew that. Also I don’t watch Australia vs Bangladesh test matches (which is real cricket, not the Twenty20 or the Fifty50), why should I read 700 pages to see Voldy defeated by a perky teenager thrice in 1-1 combats? Why did I read 700 pages to see Voldy defeated by a perky teenager thrice in 1-1 combats? I am sleepy, why am I typing when I am sleepy? The world is changing, I feel it in the waters, I smell it in the air. I think I shall fade and go to the West. Fine Hall to be more precise. Peace.

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