A pie chart of Voldemort’s soul, assuming that every time he made a horcrux his soul was split precisely in half.

Numbers are rounded down.


…Harry had more of Voldemort’s soul in him than Voldemort himself had.


Whoa.  That’s crazy.

This is super cool! Props to whoever made it!

I read “Diary” as “Dairy” and pictured him filled with cheese curds.

Relevant to my interests.

EDIT: Also, *damn*, Ginny basically got the worst Horcrux. She had way more of Voldemort in her than   Harry  ever did.

Reblogging for that edit because… I never considered that.

Which probably also explains why the diary was so powerfull and had so much of his personality.

I always believed that the Diary should have affected Ginny much MORE in the long run than it did. This chart just proves it.

I’m sorry I all I saw was “Ginny had more of Voldemort in her than Harry ever did”

You can always count on harry potter fans to turn something from interesting to smutty in 10 posts or less.

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I have yet to meet the person who has read the books and doesn’t like Harry Potter.

It’s just impossible right?

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I mean, can we just talk about how this parallels the actual education system?  Where they’re so concerned about teaching us things like logarithms and graphing that we don’t know shit about what’s actually out there in the adult world, like doing taxes or writing checks or anything?  I mean, “It is the view of the Ministry that a theoretical knowledge will be sufficient to get you through your examinations, which after all, is what school is all about.”  School children are often under the impression that getting A’s in all their classes ensures a successful future, but really, it’s so ignorant because the real world isn’t just one big question-and-answer paper.  There is so much more to the world than being able to give back information like some kind of super-computer, and brainwashing children into thinking that theory is key is just going to lead to a bunch of children falling flat on their faces when they’re pushed into the adult world and feel as if everything new they try to do is wrong because it wasn’t taught to them step-by-step.  I just really love Harry’s line, “And how is theory supposed to prepare us for what’s out there?” because I feel as if sometimes we just learn things for the sake of knowing them, despite whether it is actually useful. Yes, school is important, and getting bad grades isn’t a good way to start your future, but it’s so much more than that, you see.

this sounds a lot like something Hermione would say

but actually.

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