Rest in peace, Uncle Vernon.
Your result for The Remarkably Thorough Harry Potter Character Test…
“I hope you’re pleased with yourselves. We could all have been killed - or worse, expelled. Now if you don’t mind, I’m going to bed.”
You are Hermione Granger, Harry’s best friend and brightest witch of her age. Hermione is quick-witted, vigilant, and somewhat bashful of her talent. She is the ultimate perfectionist and seeks to do well at whatever she puts her mind to, no matter what it may be. Her skill with magic is just as vast as her knowledge base, which intimidates almost everyone she meets. Hermione’s weakness, however, is her heart; she may base many of her conclusions on logic, but in matters of the heart, she crumbles. Hermione becomes anxious and paranoid in matters of stress, especially if Ron is involved. Her love for Ron clouds her judgment at times, and it is in this that you and Hermione are similar. Yes, you are smart; yes, you are courageous; but there is no denying that you have a soft spot. Buried within you is a selfless soul. You are truly a remarkable individual, because while you are both intelligent and sophisticated, you are far from conceited. Unfortunately, your brain gets in the way of your kindness, which is why people think you’re a little hardheaded at times. Don’t worry about what they think, chickadee. You just like to be right.
In short, you are more:
Cautious than impulsive
Mature than immature
Modest than arrogant
Weird than normal
Introverted than extroverted
What do you think: suitable for a Ravenclaw scarf? It’s Knit Picks Wool of the Andes, in Midnight Heather and Brass Heather. Looks good?
I was able to record the Speaking of the Name on my iPhone; yes, my Delicious Library whispered “Voldemort” after each scan of a Harry Potter book.Played 129 times.
I’m organising my books, scanning them into my computer using Delicious Library.
After every book, it reads out loud the title and author in this robotic voice.
I just scanned in The Philosopher’s Stone, so it read out “Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone by J K Rowling” then paused for a few seconds and whispered “voldemort”
And that was really creepy.
And it did it for all 7 Harry Potters.
I did this, and it worked! It did not say “Voldemort” if I entered the ISBN by hand, but it did when I scanned it via iSight cam. Delightfully creepy!