This 7-Picture Test Will Determine What Type Of Harry Potter Fan You Are
You're a pretty calm person, but NOTHING grates your nerves more than someone who openly bashes Harry Potter right in front of you. You're super defensive about your love for this series and can carry on an argument for HOURS just to prove you're right. Your close friends have learned never to insinuate that anything is better than this series, and the people who think it's just BLAH are definitely ~not~ your true friends.
How many times should you read Harry Potter? THE LIMIT DOES NOT EXIST. You fell in love with this series right off the bat, and one of your greatest joys is rereading the books. You love the feeling of escaping into a truly *magical* world with all your favorite characters. As the great J.K. Rowling put it: "Whether you come back by page or by the big screen, Hogwarts will always be there to welcome you home."
There are Snape Haters in this world, but you are not one of them. You *know* he did everything he could to protect Harry, which is why you're quick to brush off those naysayers who always want to tear his character down. You appreciate what a complex character he was in the books, and no matter what, you'll defend Snape ~always~.
Sure you love the books, but you also love the sweeping cinematic franchise Warner Brothers has created. Nothing quite sets the mood of fall and winter like rewatching all eight movies. Even though you ~know~ the books are better, you've always been able to appreciate the adaptations and absolutely love seeing your favorite characters come to life.
As a loyal Harry Potter fan, you were on top of Pottermore even before it was officially a thing. You absolutely love this magical world and wanted to be the first to read anything new that J.K. Rowling wrote. More than that, you wanted to be the first to get sorted by the *official* sorting hat on the site. You truly can't get enough.
This series has ultimately shaped your childhood. You've read the books numerous times growing up and each character feels like a beloved friend. This is why you plan on passing on the Potter-love to your children and grandchildren. Because let's face it — a forever fan means making sure others are forever fans, too.