10 Reasons Why You Should Break Up With Your Partner If They Don’t Like Harry Potter.

Lindsay Kate Ballif

1. He is a muggle, therefore you should dump him.

  • Muggles don’t make good boyfriends unless they’re fictional characters from a different series.
  • Muggleborns, however are a completely different story. 

2. Who Hates Harry Potter anyway? I mean look at him. 

If your boyfriend/girlfriend doesn’t love that he/she has some serious issues.

3. Why do you like muggles anyway? You filthy half-blood! 

4. Men/Women who don’t read Harry Potter tend to be less understanding. 

In that case, when he misunderstands you, you should hit him with the 5th Book it’s the longest and it contains about 800 pages. It hurts. Or if you really want to hurt him, look for Les Miserables unagbridged. (but that’s off topic isn’t it?)

5. Men/Women who refuse to read Harry Potter tend to have little to no intelligence.

  • They like things like Twilight and creepy sparkly fairies.

6. Men/Women who refuse to give Harry…

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2 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. bookaddict14
    Aug 22, 2014 @ 15:09:46

    This is so true! Whenever I’ll look for a partner, one condition is that he reads, the other that he has read(and loves) Harry Potter! 😀



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