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February Fortescue

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  • Birthday February 14

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  1. My sig contains one of my my favorite quotes, which happens to be by Charles Addams: “Normal is an illusion. What is normal for the spider is chaos for the fly.” The avatar and signature both have green backgrounds and contain my favorite animal - an owl - wearing a witch's hat and riding on a broomstick.
  2. Prof. Severus Snape - Prof. Aurora Sinistra
  3. Spelling homework too spicy or too bland?
  4. *takes it to sell on Ebay *leaves Hypogryff feathers
  5. Everything Tarma said above, I agree with. I would like to add to it, though. My additional comment gives kudos to Slughorn, which I think he deserves but seldom receives. He's gifted at telling the two kinds of popularity apart, and after he's certain he's found someone who is genuinely talented, he makes the connections which will help them succeed. Not that genuinely talented people won't suceed without him - many do (but not all do) - but he gives them a leg up, and he gives a head's up to the departments who are an excellent match for the skills. This is why people are so grateful to him they give him free Quidditch tickets, etc. One character from this book who i think may fit both categories is Ginny Weasley. Fred and George comment on her dating life, and I get the impression that she, like Fleur, is someone males find attractive. Possibly it is do to her appearance, but whatever it is, it seems to have really made her popular. But we see that Slughorn noticed her for her Bat-Bogey hex. He thinks she has the potential to excel in life, or he would not have invited her into his club.
  6. Hey Persphone! Yes, ma'am! My state is considered to be in the South, and I love to read fan fiction! Welcome to the dungeons
  7. I can imagine a student who took Snape's Potions class coming up with a perfume called "Black Magic" and describing it as being able to "bewitch the mind and ensnare the senses" I can just see the perfume packet falling out of the magazine, and possible even bursting open on the expecting witch or wizard and spraying them with its "intoxicating" scent. I'd probably never buy the magazine again, but that's just me......
  8. Can you think of another “free” a Wizarding magazine might give away? You can describe it, or create an image. 10 scales if posted by Sunday 20th October, 23:59 HOL time. 5 scales if posted by Thursday 31st October, 23:59 HOL time.
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