18 Feelings You'll Only Understand If You Read The "Harry Potter" Books
SO MANY EMOTIONS.
The complete bliss when McGonagall tells Umbridge off and defends Harry's career choices.
And when she tells Potter to have a biscuit.
The pure rage when Snape shades the hell out of Hermione when Malfoy makes her teeth grow.
And every time he bullied Neville.
The joy of realizing the Weasley twins pelted Voldy in the face with snow.
That giddy feeling when Fred and George made an epic exit from Hogwarts and ensured Peeves would carry their legacy.
The small amount of happiness after Cedric's death, when Harry gave his Triwizard winnings to the twins to start their joke shop.
The shock of Aunt Petunia receiving a howler from Dumbledore.
The pure pain of Molly's boggart.
The pure anger and frustration of finding out Harry could have easily communicated with Sirius via a mirror rather than being lied to by Kreacher.
The satisfaction of Harry and Ginny's first kiss in the common room after their Quidditch win.
The shock when reading Deathly Hallows and learning Harry actually saw the diadem in the Room of Requirement when he hid his Potions book.
The disbelief of Harry using the Cruciatus Curse on Amycus Carrow because he spat in McGonagall's face.
The elation of Hermione and Ron's first kiss when Ron mentioned saving the house-elves.
The pride when Kreacher lead the Hogwarts elves into battle.
The devastation of Fred's death, just as Percy reconciled with his brothers.
And of course, the EPIC EXCITEMENT of Voldemort dying a human death, in the Great Hall, surrounded by the wizarding community.
Take a trip down memory lane that’ll make you feel nostalgia AF