muffin, The Reader
'Tis me, muffin
I am a writer and fan of various fandoms such as:
Harry Potter, Lord of the Rings/The Hobbit, All Things Marvel, Narnia, Star Wars, and other such fandoms.
I also am highly interested by many disasters throughout history, namely the disaster of the Titanic, World War II, the American Civil War, the American Revolutionary War, the French Revolutionary War, and the eruption of Mt. Vesuvius.
Something of note- I have been told my excessive use of color and font changes/sizing is painful to the eye.
Could you survive the sinking of the Titanic, my dear traveler?
The year is 1912, the month April. You are a passenger on what they're calling the greatest modern ship, an iron behemoth christened the Titanic. Are you ready to board and head on it's first ever oceanic journey to New York? Then come with me, friend, and we shall board together.
Welcome to the Prancing Pony, what can I get you today, fine traveler? A pint of monotony, a supper of a long life in the Shire with sides of lazy summers and endless feasts, and to finish it all off, our signature dessert of a happy ending? Or would you prefer our special- a double helping of Armageddon, with only a quest- not for the faint of heart -to prevent it?
The special it is, then.
Recent PostsThink Tank: Hogwarts Woes on 8/21/2019 2:02:49 PM
Gonna have to drink butterbeer for this one.
Think Tank: Hogwarts Woes on 8/20/2019 5:34:21 PM
I'll admit I gave a sharp chuckle there
Think Tank: Hogwarts Woes on 8/20/2019 5:33:45 PM
An undeniable truth, unfortunately, yes.
Think Tank: Hogwarts Woes on 8/20/2019 4:21:02 PM
True. Mr. Weasley, the father of one of the main characters, literally needs the protagonists' assistance to count out normal British paper money.
Think Tank: Hogwarts Woes on 8/20/2019 4:20:14 PM
Well, can't argue with that.
Also, bahjazus that's dark.
Think Tank: Hogwarts Woes on 8/20/2019 4:19:39 PM
True, true, true. Something I thought of recently is the ridiculous, often-overlooked lack of privacy in the books and movies. Moaning Myrtle (although I do know she is a ghost), can just float right into the boy's bathroom while Harry is taking a feckin bath, naked. And the old girl's bathroom where Harry, Hermione, and Ron brew the polyjuice potion their second year? Albeit being abandoned, yes, the boys can just waltz right in. And, of course, there's the issue of hygiene. Showers are never mentioned. Are there even showers in the school??? There's baths, yes, we know that, but what about showers? Are there bathrooms in the dorms, and if not, do students have to trek to the nearest bathroom to take a shit/piss? That would cause many complaints, I'm sure. Imagine living in the Slytherin dorm and having to climb two flights of stairs or something just to find a bathroom. AND AND is there a shop in Hogsmeade where students can by basic hygenic products? Because if there is, it's never talked about.
Just a few additions of my own.
Think Tank: Hogwarts Woes on 8/20/2019 4:03:55 PM
And truly, as a Hufflepuff myself, I am inclined to say that I, at least, would certainly be susceptible to that trickery.
Think Tank: Hogwarts Woes on 8/20/2019 4:03:07 PM
An interesting thought. Thank you for your wise contribution.
Think Tank: Hogwarts Woes on 8/20/2019 3:49:53 PM
Heyo to my fellow Potterheads. I have an important bit of speculation to discuss with you all. What are the bad parts about attending Hogwarts? We all know the pros, but what about the cons?
SuCh As ThE cOlOnY oF gIaNt SpIdErS lIvInG oN sChOoL gRoUnDs *ahem*
Any thoughts? Opinions? Just random facts ya want to inform someone about?
Chopped: CYS Style on 8/20/2019 3:44:51 PM
I hope so. I just spent a full three hours reading through this thread...
I think I need a life. Where dya think I can get one? Targét?