Let’s continue to Sort characters into love languages, again reflecting on how these characters express themselves as well as the form of affection they seek.
We all know where the characters in “Harry Potter” fit into the four Houses at Hogwarts, but where do they fall among the five love languages?
On this week’s episode, Haley Futch talks to us about the importance of fan fiction, friendship, and being a good teacher.
In honor of MuggleNet’s 20th anniversary, here are 20 of the most important lessons the “Harry Potter” books taught us.
Luke Skywalker and Harry Potter would never have defeated evil without the help of their best friends, Han Solo and Ron Weasley. Han and Ron bring their own brands of heroism and humor to epic quests.
Harry’s greatest power is the strength that he draws from his friends.
Harry and Ron are the original #friendshipgoals, and we’re sharing four reasons why.
Imagine being part of these friend groups! We’re discussing the most wonderful female friendships in the “Potter” books.
In honor of Friendship Day, I compare Harry, Hermione, and Ron with Malfoy, Crabbe, and Goyle.