Once... or twice...
You call your least favorite teacher Snape.
You call your favorite teacher Dumbledore.
You wear robes to school or work.
No, but there was a couple of weeks where I wore my Quidditch goggles to school.
You make "floo powder", get in the fire, and try to go to your friends' house.
You have read all the books more than four times.
Nope. I memorized them all the first time through.
You've been bookstore at midnight to get the latest Harry Potter book before all your friends.
You've worn a Harry Potter costume in public.
... And then you stayed up all night wearing it.
You have a crush on one of the Harry Potter characters.
No. Well, sort of. But not the usual suspects.
You've gotten at least one of your friends addicted to Harry Potter.
Oh, at least.
You actually caught the "Wand Order" mistake before you heard/read about it.
You are upset at the New York Times for creating a seperate childrens best seller list because of the Harry Potter books.
Using clues in the book, you have attempted to find the exact geographical location of Hogwarts.
Outside of just the general Scotland area, nope.
You have constructed a timeline of events in the Harry Potter books.
Only for ages, occasionally. I don't trust the Lexicon for ages.
You have attempted to figure out the exact ages of all the Weasley children?
You have spent time contemplating which main characters will die by the time the series is over.
You've been to see all the Harry Potter movies on opening night. (Bonus points for standing in line in costume!)
Let's see... First and second movies, opening night (I actually cried to make my dad take me to see the first movie at like ten PM). Third movie, opening afternoon, dressed in costume, oh yeah.
You've read Harry Potter fanfic.
You've written Harry Potter fanfic.
You run a Harry Potter fansite.
Er, I created some. No longer run any.
You visit The Leaky Cauldron daily.
Well, sort of. I have their feed friended here on LJ, so I know the stories without going to their actual page.
You've met other Harry Potter fans from online in real life.
You've participated in a Harry Potter RPG.
You've dreamed about Harry Potter.
Oh yes. Of course, I also dream about Law & Order: CI and NCIS almost nightly.
You have a Harry Potter poster on your wall.
More than 'a'.
Each Halloween, there's no question what you'll dress up as...!
Nah. Ever since the slightly amusing 'knight four years in a row' incident, I make it a point not to repeat costumes. I was a medical examiner last Halloween.
You've spent time doing a timeline to see if you would have been old enough to date a certain character when you were in high school.
Not me, personally, but I have huge databases of my various fandoms with characters listed by name, fandom, age, places they've lived, hair color/eye color, and various other useful things for crossovers.
You've vacationed to London, simply to search for the Leaky Cauldron.
If I ever get out of this country, probably.
You own a black lab named Sirius Black.
You've knitted a Weasley sweater or Harry Potter scarf.
Can't knit. Hell, can't sew. I actually used a hot glue gun to make a cape.
You actually get these jokes and pass them on to other friends who are addicted to Harry Potter.
You are 'programming in QBASIC'. This programming
language (of which the acronym stands for
'Quick Beginners' All-purpose Symbolic
Instruction Code'), which is so primitive that
it cannot easily be used for any purpose
involving the Internet nor even sound, was
current more than a decade ago.
You are independent, in a good way. When something
which you need cannot be found, you make it
yourself. In writing and in talking with
people, you value clarity and precision; your
friends may not realize how important that is.
When necessary, you are prepared to be a
mediator in conflicts between your friends.
You are very rational, and you think of things
in terms of logic and common sense.
Unfortunately, your emotionally unstable
friends may be put off by your devotion to
logic; they may even accuse you of pedantry and
insensitivity. Your problem is that
programming in QBASIC has been obsolete for a
What obsolete skill are you?
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