We’re really sorry! It’s not our fault! Blame the bloody Muggle who helps us run the technology side of things. Apparently, “exams are more important than our questions”! Someone’s been spending too much time around Hermione Granger, we think… I mean, look at us, three O.W.L.s each and our joke shop’s still going strong!
-Fred and George
Can you try to be a little more considerate? Goodness knows I would have liked to see you work a little harder for your exams… Don’t be too harsh on the girl, she’s only a Muggle! I must admit though, it would be nice to get back to answering some of these questions. I’m so sorry to keep you waiting, anon! We’ll definitely try to answer some more questions as soon as we get the chance - we’re not giving up on this!
Give up?! I’m NOT giving up! Even if I have to work the computator- I mean, the- the commuter? Well, even if I have to work it myself, I will continue to do so! The opportunity to talk to all of you and find out about the internet and all the Muggle things you know about is just too fantastic to miss!
Well, just to add my voice to the crowd, I agree that exams are of the utmost consequence, and I fully support our Muggle helper’s decision to concentrate on her studies. Having said that, I do think she could benefit from working on her time management - this delay has been simply ridiculous! Rest assured, anon, that the long wait is nothing to do with me.
So, just to sum up then, we’re really sorry for the long wait, but we’ll make sure we’re back and answering questions again as soon as we can! We just have to wait for that Muggle girl to finish her exams
and beg for our gracious forgiveness. Hope that answers your question! And thank you so much for sticking round!
the one where i reblog my own posts to advertise them.
having said that
i have got some very exciting things planned
which are only being revealed to people who reblog this post
because it makes it that bit more magical and mysterious.
you should totally reblog this.
ask me what the hell i'm going on about.
because i'll happily just tell you if you'd like to know.
i'm filling up the tags now.
so i should probably stop rambling.
(hopefully i'll actually answer some more questions soon.)
This does look exciting! I’ve only just found the site, so I’m going to fill in this post with screenshots to let you know how I get on… The children have found out too now, so they’ll be joining in with me. Errr… Don’t mention it to Molly though. She seems to think I’m wasting my time a bit…
Hmm… Now seems like a good time for a “Read More”. Just click on for more details, everyone!
Pottermore? This sounds very exciting!!! I’ll have to look it up right now. And of course, any excuse to use a computer is most definitely a good thing… You know, I think I’ll make an account now! I’ll let you all know how I get on.
Oh no, not another way for Arthur to waste his time with that Muggle computer…
Thank you…? I think? I’m never entirely certain how I ought to answer something like this. I have an automatic instinct to suspect one of Fred and George’s jokes… For the moment, however, I shall assume that you’re serious - thank you very much. That really does mean a lot! However, if this message was from the twins, then this is simply juvenile, and not amusing in the least! Kindly stop pestering me, and let me get back to my papers.
I know it’s awful of me, but I realised I liked Hermione when I was… um… dating Lavender. The longer I spent around her, the more I missed hanging out with Hermione, and then I just suddenly realised that I’d had feelings for Hermione for ages and I hadn’t noticed. I think. But I only realised I loved her during the battle, when I was terrified that I might lose her.
Thank you, Anon! I’m rather pleased that I ended up with Harry as well, haha! Oh, Merlin, if Harry ever dares to suggest we name our poor child Dobby Hedwig, he will wake up the next morning, lacking a certain part of his - ah - male anatomy. And if he still insists on that godawful name, I’ll auction him off to a few of his many fangirls, and he can live with them until he sees sense. Ha. That’ll teach the little prat!
On a side note, I thought your English was perfectly good! :D
Why thank you, Anon! Norberta’s doing very well - she must be in a good mood, because she’s singed my eyebrows off twice in the past week…
Hmmm… What do I look for in a girl? Mostly, a sense of adventure, I suppose! And of course, I wouldn’t say no to a good pair of-
CHARLIE WEASLEY, I WILL NOT HAVE TALK LIKE THAT ON THIS BLOG! THERE COULD BE CHILDREN READING THIS!
Sorry, sorry, Mum! I was going to say… erm… eyes. Yeah, that’s the one.
I’d better interrupt this! I have to say, I’ve always kind of liked an intelligent girl… And I have a bit of a thing for curly hair. :)
Let’s play a game, shall we, Fred? It’s called, “Which girl do you think Ron’s referring to?”
I guess Moaning Myrtle!
You know, I think you could be right. Because there’s just no way that Ron could like Hermione Granger, is there?
Shut up. Hermione’s just my friend.
Awww, ickle Ronnie’s blushing!
Young love, how sweet!
SHUT UP! What do you two look for in girls then, if you’re so clever?
Your wit never ceases to amaze us, Ron. And that’s easy - a sense of humour!
-Fred and George
Well, I agree with Ron. I think that intelligence is a very important aspect to a person’s personality. How else are we expected to have interesting and mentally stimulating conversations? However, I would also like to add a respect for authority, and a sense of responsibility - two things that are, sadly, in short supply amongst my siblings.
Well, since we have three children, I hope the answer to that is obvious!
Merlin, Ginny, I did not need to hear that!
…I’m off to Scourgify my ears.
Are you actually an immature idiot, Ron, or do you just do a very good impression of it?
AND I LOVE YOU, RANDOM ANON! And might I congratulate you on your excellent taste? ;)