How Does Lord Voldemort Celebrate His Birthday?
Lord Voldemort is one of the most hated characters in Harry Potter, but he still deserves to have a good time on his birthday. After spending his days worrying about the safety of his Horcruxes and trying to capture Harry Potter, he really could use a day off. Just how would Lord Voldemort celebrate his birthday?
1. Make More Horcruxes
Birthdays are a reminder that you are aging, and I’m sure that is not a pleasant thought for the Dark Lord. I’m not really sure if creating Horcruxes is a good way to deal with getting older, but Voldemort isn’t really known for his good ideas.
2. Boss Death Eaters Around
The best birthdays are the ones where you get to sit back and relax while getting pampered all day. I can imagine that Voldemort would be amazingly skilled at having other people do all the heavy lifting on his special day. Why would you have minions if you don’t use them?
3. Throw a Party
Being surrounded by friends and followers sounds like a great way to spend your birthday. Plus, you get to make them wear silly hats. The best part is that none of the Death Eaters can refuse to come because Voldemort can just summon them.
4. Eat Cake
Even Dark Lords want cake on their birthdays. I wonder what his favorite type of cake would be? Death by chocolate, maybe?
5. Open Presents
Everyone knows that you get the best presents from the people who want to impress you. Imagine the fantastic presents that Lord Voldemort gets from his Death Eaters.
6. Have a Family Game Night
Want to get in a duel over Monopoly or introduce grandma to Cards Against Humanity? Throw a family game night on your birthday, and since it’s your big day, you can pick the game. The Malfoys really appreciated being invited over for Charades.
7. Go Clubbing
Birthdays are a great excuse to go out clubbing with your friends. You can forget all of the stress in your life while on the dance floor. I’m sure Voldemort would appreciate that.
What do you think that Lord Voldemort would do to celebrate his birthday? Let us know in the comments.