Harry Potter Vs. Twilight 1000 Reasons Why Harry Potter Is Better Than Twilight

lauracullen66 posted on Aug 27, 2009 at 01:29PM
just start at one and see if you can get 1000

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een jaar geleden ThePotatoQueen said…
It is odd.

*yawns* I'm so tired, if I don't reply I've probably fallen asleep -_-
een jaar geleden lovemarauders said…
Lots of the time I really can't stand her...those are times like these.
een jaar geleden AllyAM said…
I can't stand her or YKI but at least she normally has good reasoning :/
een jaar geleden ThePotatoQueen said…
meh
I'm confused
een jaar geleden AllyAM said…
hmmm
about?
een jaar geleden ThePotatoQueen said…
Who are you talking about?
een jaar geleden AllyAM said…
Cassie1-2-3 and YouKnowIt101
two above-it-all Twilight fans who act like they're smarter than the rest of us :P
een jaar geleden lovemarauders said…
I hate that they think they're better. Somethimes I have to get sassy with them. I mean siriusly, just because you're older doesn't mean you're better.
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een jaar geleden ThePotatoQueen said…
Ah, ok.
I hate those fans, the ones who think they're better than you.
But I do know some nice twilight fans :)
een jaar geleden lovemarauders said…
Yea, some like Lina Harrow are really nice :)
een jaar geleden ThePotatoQueen said…
My best friend is a twilight fan, but she also loves harry potter :)
een jaar geleden lovemarauders said…
Ugh, none of my friends like Harry Potter. I can't use any sayings from Harry Potter because they'll be like "Omg Suzy shaddup about Harry Potter" But other than that they're pretty cool :D
een jaar geleden ThePotatoQueen said…
Haha none of my friends love harry potter like I do, but they're ok with me going on about it :)
een jaar geleden AllyAM said…
I have friends who are Twilight fans, we have plenty of friendly debates over the logic of the series
a good number of my friends are major PotterHeads also <3
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een jaar geleden ThePotatoQueen said…
Most of my friends have read harry potter, or at least seen the movies.
Have either of you two read the percy jackson books?
een jaar geleden harrywillliveon said…
There is a name for the fear of not recieving an acceptance letter to Hogwarts on one's 11th birthday: blenkinersophobia. Twilight doesn't have any scientifically named fears. It's not important enough :P
een jaar geleden lovemarauders said…
No I never read them, but I want to.
een jaar geleden ThePotatoQueen said…
I wonder if there's a word for the fear of twilight?
EDIT: they're very good, especially the newest one (the lost hero) :)
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een jaar geleden AllyAM said…
Smeyerphobia?
een jaar geleden lovemarauders said…
Twilightiterrorphobia? I invented a new word! :D Haha not really I just put an i in between Twilight and terror and added phobia at the end XD
een jaar geleden ThePotatoQueen said…
Lolz probably. :)
Eurgh, my 9 year old cousin is in a twilight phase (she's seen the films) but keeps moaning because my aunt won't let her read them :/
een jaar geleden AllyAM said…
SHE SHOULD NOT HAVE SEEN THOSE MOVIES!!! D:
een jaar geleden ThePotatoQueen said…
I KNOW! that's what I said! But apparantly she saw them at her friend's house. Twilight is totally inappropiate for 9 year olds!
een jaar geleden lovemarauders said…
It really is...Harry Potter on the other hand...
een jaar geleden ThePotatoQueen said…
I keep trying to nudge her towards Harry Potter, but so far she won't read them.
But my brother is the same age and he's reading them at the moment. He's on GOF. :)
een jaar geleden AllyAM said…
big smile
Good for him =]
een jaar geleden ThePotatoQueen said…
zzz
He's only doing it so he'll know what's going on in the last film :)

*yawns* Well, it's 02:35am, so I'm gonna go to sleep now. Nighty night folks! :)
een jaar geleden lovemarauders said…
Good night! :)
een jaar geleden AllyAM said…
night!
een jaar geleden GemonkDruid said…
Helloooooo?
een jaar geleden AllyAM said…
Hiya :P
een jaar geleden TempBest said…
Hey! :P
een jaar geleden GemonkDruid said…
Hi!

So in a fit of nerdy-ness, I've decided to do most of my homework yesterday. :)

More time for Green Day: Rock Band! ^^
een jaar geleden AllyAM said…
That exists now?
een jaar geleden GemonkDruid said…
:P It existed 2 years ago.

My mom keeps saying I should start a band. :/
een jaar geleden AllyAM said…
zzz
...oh...
Well I'm about to pass out:P
night
een jaar geleden GemonkDruid said…
Night :P
een jaar geleden TempBest said…
Night Ally! And GD, Hermione is proud of you for doing your hmwk :D
een jaar geleden Gred_and_Forge said…
Hello :]
een jaar geleden GemonkDruid said…
Yay!

Even though I totally made up BS for my homework.

Does this sound like total BS to you?


Over the last several years, Selective High School Test results show that 80% of students in top Selective Schools are in fact of a non-English speaking background. One of the Selective Schools featured was James Ruse Agricultural High School, where over 90% of students are from a cultural background.

More studies show that most of the students are from a Chinese background, followed closely by students of a Vietnamese and Korean background. Around half of those students from each of the ethnic groups that applied to gain a place in a Selective School were successful.

Experts in this field of studies and research had a lot to say on the matter; The co-director of the Centre for Population and Urban Research at Monash University, Bob Birrell, and a specialist in schools systems from the University of Melbourne, Richard Teese, were brought in to share their opinion of students from a non-English speaking background.

Birrell was unimpressed with the current situation, claiming that those students came from families who strongly emphasised the importance of education.

“In NSW we are entrenching advantage within one particular ethnic group. If the NSW government was serious about equal opportunity, it would put some geographical boundaries to ensure better access to [top] schools,” he said.

Teese shared the same opinion as Birrell.

“When you pool resources like that you multiply their impact and you give the students who have access to that distinctive advantages over everybody else,” Professor Teese said.

“You are setting up a situation in which you [create] extremes of advantage and extremes of disadvantage. If you took those students out of those hot-house environments they would still do well. But by combining their resources you multiply their advantage. It is a zero-sum game: some win, but others must lose.”

een jaar geleden alexthedog said…
And what grade are you in?!?
That sounds like complicated stuff. It's like 1:00 here. I just got back from a party. My parents didn't realize how late it was!
een jaar geleden GemonkDruid said…
8th :P

It's not that complicated. It's just random BS I made. We were supposed to re-write a racist article to be non-racist.

BS example no. 2:

A Bigger Splash
Artist: David Hockney
Date Created: 1967
Size: 242.5 x 243.9 cm
Materials Used: Acrylic on Canvas

A Bigger Splash created a sense of simplicity through the structural frame. Visually, it is mainly vertical and horizontal lines, with the exception of the diagonal lines of the diving board, and the splash of the diver. Hockney’s work seems to be composed in a way that emphasises the splash itself, exaggerating its size using the chair and building in the background, and highlighting it by painting the splash as white streaks against a blue background. Another method that Hockney used to make the splash more conspicuous was to paint the rest of the canvas relatively flat with a paint roller, while the splash was thicker and had more texture applied to it. Not all of A Bigger Splash was painted; the wide border and the central line between the pool edge and the pavement were left untouched. Though there was originally a significant tonal difference between the painted and unpainted sections, the pure whiteness of the canvas in 1967 is now dull with age.

Million Dollar Mermaid - Annette Kellerman
Artist: Wendy Sharpe
Date Created: 1999-2000
Size: 3.1 x 4.8 m
Materials Used: Acrylic on specially made GRP panels

Sharpe’s murals are more complicated than that of Hockney’s A Bigger Splash. Her works are more bold and lush, rather than simple and easy. This is because she chose to paint real-life scenes with people and objects. The different painting techniques she used are clearly distinct in Million Dollar Mermaid. Visually, there are different shades of each colour, but the most prominent colour is blue. The pattern in the water that the ripples created in the selected mural above is very detailed. Sharpe’s murals are composed in a way that seem to serve the purpose of what she was trying to get through to the viewer’s eye – that Annette Kellerman was a notable person who achieved many accomplishments, where the famous swimmer was the key focus in each of the paintings. Water also played a significant role in Million Dollar Mermaid; it featured in most of the murals.
een jaar geleden TempBest said…
I'm too lazy to read all that lol
een jaar geleden GemonkDruid said…
But I read your fanfics :( Even when I was not in the mood to read them.
een jaar geleden TempBest said…
Aww, if you want me to read it I will :)
een jaar geleden GemonkDruid said…
READ IT. NAO.

Or Green Day will stare at you.
 READ IT. NAO. of Green dag will stare at you.
een jaar geleden Gred_and_Forge said…
Tre's face scares me a little :O

Gonna watch Desperate Housewives now. Bye!
een jaar geleden GemonkDruid said…
Hey, Tre is awesome. :P And hot. <3333333333
een jaar geleden TempBest said…
Which one is Tre? :P

And I read it. Even though my brain feels like mush now. DX
een jaar geleden GemonkDruid said…
The one on the right, the little finger-fucker he is. <3333

Well? Does it sound like BS?