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Harry Potter

  1. Things We Saw Today: Hogwarts House Skater Dresses

    5 points to everyone! EVERYONE!

    The perfect attire for your next weekend in Hogsmeade.

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  2. A Look At the Six Fictional Animals That Broke Our Hearts the Most

    They all go to heaven, though, don't they?

    What is it with heartbreaking animals in movies, books, and TV? It's getting to the point that whenever an animal is introduced into the cast of something I'm watching or reading, I start waiting for the other shoe to drop.

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  3. Nerd Power, Make Up! A Look at the Amazing Women Who Make Geeky Cosmetics

    She blended me with science!

    For those of us who want our eyelids to be the same blue as the TARDIS, independent makeup is often the way to go. But, the process involves more than just slapping a reference onto a tin of eyeshadow. The women who run these companies truly care about the stories and characters that inspire their work—and now that the female arm of the nerd community is no longer satisfied with badly-fitted t-shirts from the men's departments, they're happy to oblige our demand for more.

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  4. High School Freshman’s Heartwarming Essay On The Importance Of Hermione

    10 points to...I'm not crying, you're crying!

    The Mary Sue has been covering a lot of feel-good Harry Potter and J.K. Rowling news recently, and I was starting to wonder if maybe the series was formative on so many of our readers and editorial team simply because we can remember a time before Harry.

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  5. Studies Find Reading Harry Potter Makes You A Kinder, More Empathetic Human

    Expecto patradness.

    In case you somehow totally missed the boat on this whole HOgwarts thing, you should probably read Harry Potter. Not only because it's a fantastic series that will make you happy forever, but also because—according to new studies—reading JK Rowling's series will make you a better, kinder person.

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  6. JK Rowling’s Knows What Her Patronus Would Be, And It’s Adorable

    This puts my "cat unicorn" to shame, not gonna lie.

    With all this recent talk of patronuses (patroni? patronees?) lately, it only stands to reason that someone would think to ask the Harry Potter creator about what her own happy thoughts would eventually conjure. So, now that we know... what the heck is a pine marten? And more importantly, will I want to cuddle it? The answer to that last question is a resounding yes.

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  7. Survey Shows Millennials Read Just As Much Or More Than Older Adults

    Thanks, LeVar!

    FELLOWLENNIALS! Look up from your Twittering and rejoice: the PEW Research Center believes our generation has the same healthy love of reading as our ancestors. Heck, we even use the library!

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  8. The Harry Potter London Studio Tour Is Adding a New Dark Arts Section

    People might think you're... up to something.

    First the Wizarding World of Harry Potter adds Diagon Alley, now the Warner Bros. Studio Tour in London is adding a Dark Arts section. Everything is coming up Harry Potter attractions that I want to visit but can’t afford to. …Yay?

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  9. J.K. Rowling May Be Working On Getting You A Patronus Test For Pottermore

    EXPECTO! Expecto! Expecto...

    I figured it would be pretty easy to figure out what my Patronus would be. A cat, obviously. But then, maybe a red panda...or a fennec fox! OH GOD, WHY IS THIS SO DIFFICULT?! Don't worry, a solution may be about to present itself thanks to Pottermore.

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  10. Twitter User Criticizes J.K. Rowling for “Her Homosexual Wizard,” Gets Ass Handed to Him

    Troll in the dungeon!!!

    This Saturday, Twitter user and probable Death Eater @halfelven55ff responded to a tweet J.K. Rowling made way back in May by criticizing the author for exposing what he refers to as "Dumbledore's deviant lifestyle." But beware, oh ye who underestimate Rowling's political savvy and Klout Score!

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