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Utterly unscientific

On the whole ...

... I liked it.
30(50.8%)
... I didn't like it.
2(3.4%)
... I liked it and disliked it equally, improbable as that may sound.
6(10.2%)
... I haven't gotten to read it yet, you insensitive clod!
9(15.3%)
... I'm not going to read it, because I am SO over Harry Potter.
0(0.0%)
... I'm not going to read it, because I was never into Harry Potter in the FIRST place.
6(10.2%)
... I might read it. Later. If I'm REALLY bored.
6(10.2%)



What the ruddy hell does Rowling have against rabbits and people who own them????

Exhibit A: Lavender Brown, whom I have had a secret soft spot for since her rabbit bit it in Prisoner of Azkaban, becomes a freakish, baby-talking harpie!

Exhibit B: Billy Stubbs's rabbit ends up hung from the rafters by proto-dark-lord Tom Riddle!

Exhibit C: Remus's "furry little problem" is widely mistaken for a badly behaved rabbit!

Okay, that last one is kind of cute, but still. Why is it always rabbits? Inquiring minds want to know!

</quibbler>


 
  • Current Mood: curious curious
Bunnies aren;t just cute, like everyone suposses. They've got those beayd eyes and those twitchy little noses. And what do they need such good eyesight for, anyway?

:P
Vote Change
Ready to change my answer from the clod: I'm leaning more toward "I liked it" but feeling the strange appeal of "I liked it and disliked it equally, improbable as that may sound".

I always like the endings of her books, but often wish for just a bit more energy around the 1/3rd mark.

(p.s. like the new style)