Author has written 12 stories for Harry Potter, Walking Dead, and South Park.
I'm Rachel and I'm a Potterhead, a wallflower, a Supernaturalist, a Walking Dead junkie, a Directioner, a greaser and a die-hard South Park fan. How much cooler can I be?
Couples I *love:
Scorpius/Albus (Harry Potter)
Stan/Kyle (South Park)
Couples I like:
Ron/Hermione (Harry Potter)
Harry/Ginny (Harry Potter)
Draco/Astoria (Harry Potter)
Craig/Tweek (South Park)
Couples I hate:
Draco/Hermione (Harry Potter)
Neville/Luna (Harry Potter)
Kyle/Cartman (South Park)
Scorpius/Lily (Harry Potter)
I bet that J. K. Rowling taught me more through Harry Potter than Stephanie Meyer taught you throughTwilight. And if you think differently, then I want someone to prove me wrong. Not that I'm bashingTwilight here, but I would love to see exactly why everyone loves it so much.
As competition goes, I'm also curious as to how the Tributes (The Hunger Games fans, for those of you who don't know by now) will respond to this. I can think of a few life lessons, but I'm still interested as to how many some of you can think up.
1) Just because a person looks nice does not mean that they are. I found this out by the Dursley family.
2) Yes, they may be wealthy, and even famous, but that does not mean that they are necessarily spoiled. I found this out by the protagonist, Harry Potter.
3) The "kiss-ass" in your class is probably like that because he or she has a lot of pressure from her parents or guardians to do well in school--well, either that, or they want to make it very high-up in life. OR, it could be that they simply have insecurities that they really need to work on. I found this out by Hermione Granger.
4) Everyone has the unique ability to be redeemed. I found this out by several characters, but three of the most prevailing are Draco Malfoy, Severus Snape, and Dudley Dursley.
5) If humanity does not show a person love, then he or she will find it difficult to give a reason to show humanity love. I found this out by Tom Riddle, Jr., also known as Voldemort.
6) Just because a person may be from a different race than you does not make them a bad person. I found this out by all the Muggle-borns in the Potter universe.
7) Just because a person comes from a decidedly despicable family does not make him or her despicable themselves. I found this out by Sirius Black.
8) Everyone makes mistakes. I found this out by Regulus Black and Severus Snape.
9) Just because a person isn't very wealthy does not mean that they are incompetent. I found this out by the entire Weasley family.
10) Just because a person is affiliated with a certain group of people does not make them bad. I found this out from Narcissa and Draco Malfoy, and Severus Snape.
11) Just because a person is ambitious does not mean that they're stupid. I found this out from Percy Weasley.
12) People with mental disorders should not be treated with disrespect. I found this out from Remus Lupin.
13) All humans are human. I found this out from Albus Dumbledore.
14) Strict does not equal mean. I learned this from Minerva McGonagall.
15) If they're jumpy, then it's more than likely that they've experienced something traumatic. I found this out from Alastor "Mad-Eye" Moody.
16) Even though he's a bully, it doesn't mean that he's completely horrible. I found this out from James Potter.
17) You may think that kid's being evil, but in reality, they're working for good. I found this out from Crookshanks.
18) Just because a person doesn't intervene in something wrong does not mean that they are bad people. I found this out from Remus Lupin.
19) Generally, mothers care about you. I found this out from Molly Weasley.
20) Friendship really can last forever. Harry Potter, Ron Weasley, and Hermione Granger taught me that.
21) The person who looks fluffy on the outside may not be so nice on the inside. I found this out from Dolores Umbridge.
22) People may treat you wonderfully if they know nothing bad of you. And if they do dig up some dirt, then they will treat you like scum. I found this out from Cornelius Fudge.
23) Just because something is the law does not make it right. I found this out from the British Ministry of Magic.
24) You should always fight for what's right. I found this out from the Defense Association, or "Dumbledore's Army."
25) Just because a child has grown up roughly does not mean that they should be subjected to all things that adults are. I found this out from Harry Potter.
26) Love is love, and it comes between all sexes. Albus Dumbledore taught me that.
27) Love is love, and it comes between all ages. Remus Lupin and Nymphadora Tonks taught me that.
28) Always remember: "Innocent until proven guilty." Sirius Black taught me that.
29) If the love the love is pure, then it may last forever. Severus Snape taught me that.
30) Pet-lovers aren't all annoying. Rubeus Hagrid taught me that.
31) There are frauds everywhere and in every field. Trelawney taught me that.
32) Love beats everything. J. K. Rowling taught me that.
33) Dreams are important. Trelawney taught me that.
34) Everyone can set aside their differences to help one another. Harry Potter taught me that.
35) I now have an idea of what clinical depression feels like. Dementors taught me that.
36) Abuse can do a lot of harm to a person--or thing. Dobby taught me that.
37) Drunks aren't necessarily the greatest people to hang around. J. K. Rowling taught me that.
38) No one is invincible in war. J. K. Rowling taught me that.
39) Not just people, but "creatures" can change, too. Kreacher taught me that.
40) Fame isn't all fun and games. Harry Potter taught me that.
41) Loyalty is so very, very important. J. K. Rowling taught me that.
42) Even our closest friends can get mad at us. Ron Weasley taught me that.
43) We can do anything with courage. Gryffindors taught me that.
44) We can do anything with a ready mind. Ravenclaws taught me that.
45) Sometimes, justice is the key to self-satisfying success. Hufflepuffs taught me that.
46) You should never treat yourself without respect. Slytherins taught me that.
47) Sexism is wrong. J. K. Rowling and her army of female characters taught me that.
48) Boyfriends and girlfriends aren't always worth it. Albus Dumbledore taught me that.
49) Being strange isn't being horrible. Luna Lovegood taught me that.
50) Anyone can break a tradition. Sirius Black taught me that
51) The ones we love never really leave us. Albus Dumbledore taught me that.
52) Parents should be prepared to die for their children. James and Lily Potter taught me that.
53) The poor should be shown respect. It does not mean that they are lazy. The Weasley family taught me that.
54) Age is not a factor. Harry Potter, Ron Weasley, Hermione Granger, and Albus Dumbledore taught me that.
55) There are things that are just impossible to heal from. Harry Potter and Teddy Lupin taught me that.
56) Just because a person is wealthy does not mean that they are fantastic. The Malfoy family taught me that.
57) The loser can become the hero. Neville Longbottom taught me that.
58) Always believe in yourself. With that belief, you will go far. Ron Weasley taught me that.
59) Just because they act stupid doesn't mean that they are. Fred and George Weasley taught me that.
60) Even those who are not necessarily alike to everyone else can fit in. Dean Thomas taught me that.
62) Sometimes, if we do nothing but dwell on the past, we sort of get stuck in it. Sirius Black taught me that.
63) Just because you belong to a group of people who are traditionally famed for hating everything that is supposed to be "less" than "pure," does not mean that you necessarily treat those "lesser" beings with disgust. Horace Slughorn taught me that.
64) Hell, some things are just worth dying for. J. K. Rowling taught me that.
65) Life without love? You might as well just go ahead and kill yourself, amigo. Tom Riddle, Jr., taught me that.
66) Most of the time your judgments are wrong. Severus Snape taught me that.
67) Fear is the one and only thing we should be afraid of. Harry Potter taught me that.
68) Just because you think something is attractive does not mean that everyone does. Rubeus Hagrid taught me that.
69) Be tough. Be smart. Be strong. Ginny Weasley taught me that.
70) Courage means standing up for what you think is right. Neville Longbottom taught me that.
71) Be thankful for whatever freedom you possess. Dobby taught me that.
72) Laughter is one of the best medicines. Fred and George Weasley taught me that.
73) A world without imagine would suck! The Dursleys taught me that.
74) Sometimes the cat dodges the kill of curiosity. Arthur Weasley taught me that.
75) Ask yourself what's more important: appearance, or personality. If you answered with the former, then you, my dear friend, are an absolutely IDIOT! Fleur Delacour taught me that.
76) Appearance isn't everything. Nyphadora Tonks taught me that.
77) Death isn't what we must fear. Nicolas Flamel taught me that.
78) Everyone has feelings. Draco Malfoy taught me that.
79) No matter what, there will always be a way to overcome your demons. Remus Lupin taught me that.
80) Friends are there for you, so don't fuck it up. Peter Pettigrew taught me that.
81) Love is love, and it comes between all races. George and Angelina taught me that.
THE REVIEW REVOLUTION
I, dietcocacola101, do solemnly swear to review all the fics I read, regardless of the number of reviews, its age, or anything else.
I have joined the review revolution!
Everyone should join it-because its sad when you look at your stats and you have 50 hits, but no reviews! You know how I feel!
If you support the review revolution, copy & paste this into your profile.
Now the mindless drabble that comes along with a profile...skip to the bottom unless you're interested...
The Harry Potter Pledge:
I promise to remember Harry
When someone grows up with no love
I promise to remember Ron
When someone is jealous
I promise to remember Hermione
When I meet someone with wisdom beyond their years
I promise to remember James and Lily
when someone dies before their time
I promise to remember Dumbledore
At the thought of the greater good
I promise to “Solemely Swear That I Am Up To No Good”
for Gred, Forge, and Padfoot of course
I promise to remember Moony
And fight for human rights
I promise to remember Narcissa
When I’d do anything for family
I promise to remember Tonks
When someone is hyper
I Promise to have Constant Viligance
For Mad-Eye's sake, of course
I promise to remember Hedwig,
who lived and died soaring
I promise to remember Percy (Weasley)
For Moody’s sake, of course
I promise to remember Hagrid
When one is wrongly blamed
I promise to remember Neville
when I stand up for what is right
I promise to remember the Marauders
When a friend says “Call me and I’ll be there.”
I Promise to remember Dobby,
The house elf who died free
I Promise to remember Luna
When I don't care what people think of me
I Promise to remember Seamus
When thing go wrong, but I still persevere
I Promise to remember the Dursley's
When my parents still deny they hid my Hogwarts acceptance letter
I Promise to remember Gilderoy Lockhart
Whenever I chance upon narcissistic people.
I Promise to remember Snape
When my heart fills with remorse
I Promise to remember J.K. Rowling
When I value the power of imagination
And when they ask, "After all this time?"
I'll reply, "Always."
Yes I promise that I will
Remember Harry Potter
Homophobia and you: Stop the hate and spread the love
I am the girl kicked out of her home because I confided in my mother that I was a lesbian.
I am the prostitute working on the streets because nobody will hire a transsexual woman.
I am the sister who holds her gay brother tight through out the painful, tear-filled nights.
We are the parents who buried our daughter long before her time.
I am the man who died alone in the hospital because they would not let my partner of twenty-seven years into the room.
I am the foster child who wakes up with nightmares of being taken away from the two fathers who are the only loving family I have ever had. I wish they could adopt me.
I am one of the lucky one's, I guess. I survived the attack that left me in a coma for three weeks, and in another year I will probably be able to walk again.
I am not one of the lucky ones. I killed myself just weeks before graduating high school. It was simply too much to bear.
We are the couple who had the Realtor hang up on us when she found out we wanted to rent a one-bedroom for two men.
I am the person who never knows which bathroom I should use if I want to avoid having the management called on me.
I am the mother who is not allowed to even visit the children I bore, nursed, and raised. The court says I am an un-fit mother because I now live with another woman.
I am the domestic-violence survivor who has no support system to turn too because I am male.
I am the father who has never hugged his son because I grew up afraid to show affection to other men.
I am the home economics teacher who always wanted to teach gym until someone told me that only lesbians do that.
I am the man who died because the paramedics stopped treating me as soon as they found out I was transsexual.
I am the person who feels guilty because I think I could be a much better person if I did not have to always deal with society hating me.
I am the man who stopped attending church, not because I don't believe, but because they closed the doors on my kind.
I am the person who has to hide what this world needs most, love.
I am the person who is afraid of telling his loving christian parents he loves another male.
I am the one who cannot accept Himself/Herself!
I feel infinite.