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I’m fully aware that the Hufflepuff quote was technically related to Gryffindor in the book. I’ve read the series several times over the past 14 years.
(And yes, I also know that Neville was a Gryffindor, for those of you who sent me snide messages. No need for that.)
I’ve been getting lots of messages saying that I direct way too many courage quotes to only Gryffindor. Hufflepuffs are big on loyalty and friendship, so to me this quote felt directly relative to Hufflepuff since it would take courage for them to disagree with a friend and jeopardize that loyalty.
Gryffindor gets most of the attention in the book, and for these next few I only used quotes from the book. It’s hard to find some directed to other houses, so yes, some you may disagree with them. If that’s the case, you don’t need to reblog.
Have a good day!
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April 30, 2012 at 5:27 PM | Post Permalink | 263 notes
(it was way too wordy in the actual house description, so I took it upon myself to paraphrase.)
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April 23, 2012 at 11:48 PM | Post Permalink | 680 notes
I don't know about you, but I was tired of seeing things with all these negatives stereotypes.
Not all Ravenclaws are snooty.
Not all Gryffindors are showoffs.
Not all Hufflepuffs are pushovers.
Not all Slytherins are evil.
Every house is amazing, and Pottermore House Pride shows you why.
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