I love reading harry potter but the only thing annoys me in it is hary ...and yes every time i watch/ read good vs evil it drives me scatty cuz you will always no the out come WATS wrong with a little evil winning now and again hmm
yeah, but look at him though...he's one every single Qudditch match he'd played (besides getting hit in the head with a bat, and falling off his broom with the Dementors.) and that he won the Triwizard Tournament. He had survived too many times, and they weren't even close calls, and he is most likely going to kill the Dark Lord...
but someone needs to kill the Dark Lord for us. Otherwise the wizarding community will face age of darkness and all the lights will turn down. And even if that happens, there will always be someone, like in every book and in real life, who will stand against the darkness.
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potter feels sad everytime something happens, could be that his old dumbledore bud dies, or, he spills "tea" on his coat. he wins ALL THE TIME, and yes, book 5 was annoying. and i am now too busy too read harry potter,
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Anti Harry Potter thread. No supporting the antied. Also, yes, Harry wins to much, he gets enough stuff, actually, he gets everything except his family, but he still gets another family (the Weasleys). He is getting cocky in quidditch and needs to learn to grow up, though anger is really understoood for teenagers (I sometimes get into those fits.... i'm 15... but SOMETIMES! He gets into them too many times. I think Harry should die with Voldemort.
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If I really mustn't 'support the antied' here, I can at least say something about your reasons for hating him; they are utterly ridiculous. The whole concept of Harry Potter in its entirety is 'good vs evil', and 'good to conquer'. That's the definition of perfect fantasy. If you don't like how predictable it is then don't read it.
Plus, I think you're ignoring the fact that although the good always wins in the long run, many sacrifices have been made in the duration. Losses and heartache have been endured, if you can't feel that warm glow inside when the good guys eventually win then you're seriously disturbed