Something Completely Different

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I like Dolfies, they're pretty. I have seen some amazing work done on them. But each to their own.
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Not all of them are creepy, I'll admit... But they're the ones that look more normal.
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I'm all excited. I've got permission to put some really awesome miniatures up on fluffybricks! :D
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Yay, snape!
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If you have figurines of the cast, we can act out fanfiction!
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I vote for a Harry, Snape, Malfoy love triangle.
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It could still be canon! They just have to dig Snape up!

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Yeah, that nod at the end between the two showed SOOO much sexual tension.
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LordRetard wrote:It could still be canon! They just have to dig Snape up!
Damn, I knew I shouldn't have commented on Harry Potter. I have plans to read the Half-Blood Prince this week (so that I read it before seeing the movie). I knew most the spoilers... but not that one.

Boo yah! First story in the list and it's just what we're talking about. 18+ only people.*

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Well maybe he doesn't die in the book. :wink:
(I can fix this! really! but personally spoilers don't bother me at all)

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I don't care about Harry Potter spoilers. If I cared I would have read the book when it came out (since I've owned it from about a week after it came out). But they are not written that well, nor am I highly involved in them. I renamed the "Order of the Phoenix" to it's much more appropriate title "Harry Potter and the Teenage Angst".
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They definitely went downhill after the 4th... Which wasn't great, but still readable.

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It's weird, I thought the opposite. The 4th was my favorite, and I liked the subsequent books better than the first three (although the 5th book was my least favorite of those 4).
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I'm probably just more mature and well-read... Maybe.

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I don't feel like comparing, so for peace and quiet's sake let's say neither of us are more mature or well-read than the other.
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