All over planet earth in the Potter-verse, there is a mass group of beings known as Potter-heads. Originally formed in 1997 when Philosopher's Stone (or Sorcerer's Stone in North America), this group may even be considered a separate species from the population due to inside jokes pertaining to the popular series. Thanks to the contours of J.K Rowling's imagination we were gifted with six more books following Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone- the last being Deathly Hallows- published ten years after the original.

This precious final installment was incorporated into a motion picture in 2011.

The end of the Potter head's esteemed series birthed a new palpable but unexplainable condition known as post- Potter depression. Symptoms may include:

-Little to no slumber

- Excessive quoting of the series years 1-7

-numerously re-reading the books

- Monotonously watching the movies

-relating Harry Potter to real life situations

-referring to sane (or insane) individuals as 'muggles' or 'squibs'

-naming every cat Crookshanks, Minerva McGonagall, or Ms. Norris

-checking the mail every day for a certain long overdue letter

-turning to page three hundred ninety four in every book

-speaking to snakes

- playing with white ferrets

-studying cars and trying to determine a way to make it fly

-attempting to determine the function of a rubber duck

- reserving socks for a peculiar character known as Dobby

-avoiding rats that are missing a finger at all cost

-under the belief the every blanket or cloak sheaths one in invisibility

-concussions due to running into walls (subjects may have stated that he or she believed it to be Platform Nine and Three Quarters)

-discreetly attending so called meetings under the moniker of Dumbledore's Army

- Certain or faint disdain for the color pink and anything pertaining to rules

- Solemnly swearing to be up to no good

-searching for a distinguished creature known as nargles

-sense of belonging to one of four houses- Gryffindor, Slytherin, Ravenclaw, or Hufflepuff

-stating that one's father will hear about this

-whole-heartedly believing in one's magical ability

Individuals who have acquired the disorder are normally distinct and easy to spot. Subjects stand out obtrusively in society.

The condition is currently being studied, and we have been able to discover many more symptoms.

Specially trained Healers at St. Mungo have yet to muster up a cure for this disorder. However, studies have shown that it may have started off as a case of childhood nostalgia, which spawned a sullen yearn for care free days that Rowling's beautifully spoken stories of The Boy Who Lived provided us many a time or two.

Over ninety nine point nine percent of the Potter-verse has been diagnosed with Post- Potter depression. These are their stories:

-" I lost my glasses-"


-" That guy has a beard-

-"I read it in this book-"


-"I haven't washed my hair for three days..."


-"I want to meet the king of-"


-"Could you help me find my shoes?"


-"Want to see my new pet ferret?"


-"I'm being serious."


Symptoms vary with the subjects.

Many Healers believe that this common condition may be untreatable.

Post- Potter depression- when will it hit you?