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Poll From: 12/04/2013

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If you were a Harry Potter character, which house would you want to be a member of? Submitted By misschif42, BC
Gryffindor.
Hufflepuff.
Ravenclaw.
Slytherin.
I don't know. Whatever the sorting hat decided.
I haven't seen/read any Harry Potter.
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SM1969
on 12/27/13
I like harry potter movies and books.
catsinjax
on 12/07/13
Kinda surprised how many haven't seen any of the Harry Potter Movies. Guess they must not have kids. My kids got me to watch just one and I was hooked on watching the rest of them. Yeah, they are kid based movies, but they also have some adult content.
DarknessFaerie
on 12/06/13
sugaplum78 liked this  
Meh, never cared about the series. I never got the whole hype of it. Only watched the first movie when it first came out and that's all the exposure I've had to it.
serge5463
on 12/06/13
harry potter all the way
PolishedStones
on 12/06/13
I LOVE HARRY POTTEER!!!!!!!!!!!! I HAVE READ ALL THE BOOKS AND SEEN THE MOVIES!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
StayceeDinerro
on 12/05/13
Love It
jwalker78
on 12/05/13
http://www.swagbucks.com/polls#thats aot of time me don't have
kelti82
on 12/05/13
sugaplum78 liked this  
I'm not interested in Harry Potter.
smokinscorp
on 12/05/13
I have never read any of the Harry Potter books..
Snooky52
on 12/05/13
Read and watched all of Harry Potter.
Acc0825
on 12/05/13
Never read HP series and don't intend to do so.
Busyb90
on 12/05/13
My favorite
krispete
on 12/05/13
love the movies
Antnificent
on 12/05/13
Great series
crochetor
on 12/05/13
I read all of the Harry Potter books and saw the Movies. Good books. Griffendor House is the best.
morimunda
on 12/05/13
jennywithavon and 1 others liked this  
After reading some comments on here, whenever I do pick up the series if I do, I'll make sure to stay far away from internet forums. Too many stuck up fans for my tastes. Honestly people some of you are in your thirties & you think you're better than others because they've not seen nor read HP? And I'm not saying it's all HP fans, just I'm seeing some comments here by some that are really unnecessary. Basically why I stay out of fandoms these days.
orlandocool
on 12/05/13
i just read 25 chapter then i got bord
smilli1978
on 12/04/13
MaryTi and 5 others liked this  
Considering I have no clue what this poll is talking about (I've watched some of the movies, not in their entirety) I chose Hufflepuff because it had the funniest name. As I read comments from those who are obviously Potter fans, that would make me a nerd or outcast...holla! I'll take it!! :)
AmandaKrups
on 12/04/13
erimicheller and 1 others liked this  
Gryffindor has the brave, Ravenclaw has the intelligent, Slytherin has the...well, every wizard that's ever gone bad has been from Slytherin. Hufflepuff is basically everyone else, the nice people. That's where I'd be, I think.
lovethelakers
on 12/04/13
not every slytherin has gone bad just the ones we know about(including one that surprised me the most)
Rocklover91
on 12/04/13
MissBrookeBamBam liked this  
Not all Slytherins are evil..... they're just ambitious. I myself was put as slytherin by Pottermore. And I'm not a bad person! ;)
tictacgrrl
on 12/04/13
MissBrookeBamBam liked this  
Slytherins are characterized as being ambitious and eager to prove themselves. Hagrid, hardly the brightest bulb on the strand, made that comment about the house. He also called Hufflepuff a lot of duffers, so have fun with that!
MnMFlurry
on 12/04/13
Rocklover91 and 1 others liked this  
Remember Pettigrew???
rosepassions
on 12/04/13
MissBrookeBamBam and 1 others liked this  
I would disagree with your analysis of Slytherin. Remember, the hat thought Harry would have been a good fit for that group, too.
AmandaKrups
on 12/05/13
Yeah, I know. It was early and I didn't put this too eloquently. I was echoing Hagrid who told Harry that every wizard who ever went bad was from Slytherin. I temporarily forgot about Pettigrew. I also forgot that Hufflepuffs are also considered loyal.
NikkiHoag
on 12/04/13
No, the hat temporarily flitted over the idea of slytherin simply because it was running through Harry's mind.
Rocklover91
on 12/05/13
No, Harry basically begged the hat to put him "anywhere but slytherin" because of Hagrid and Ron. It was the hat's first choice for him.
alethosyne
on 12/04/13
and Pettigrew certainly went bad, but he was a Gryffindor.
sweetpeajaysmom
on 12/04/13
jennywithavon and 1 others liked this  
I tried to watch the first movie with my daughter last year and I was so bored I got up and left. I was really surprised because so many people like it. I keep thinking maybe the book is better but I was so disappointed by the movie I just haven't bothered to pick up the book to read it yet. Maybe one of these days but there's just so much more interesting stuff to read.
imlucky10
on 12/04/13
sweetpeajaysmom and 1 others liked this  
The movies left a lot of details out. You should read the books then re-watch the movie. If I had watched first then read I might have had the same reaction you did. Same goes for the Hunger Games. If you have not read them (they are very good by the way) and watch the movie first you will not really understand what the author was trying to convey in the books.
sweetpeajaysmom
on 12/05/13
Ah, okay, maybe I will check the books out then. Thanks.
nadia1725
on 12/04/13
sweetpeajaysmom and 1 others liked this  
Well the movies do not live up to the books. But they are still enjoyable.
brendasmith673
on 12/05/13
I don't know whatever the sorting hat decided
brendasmith673
on 12/05/13
harry potter
Blenoodles
on 12/04/13
I'm surprised, I thought very few people hadn't read or seen Harry Potter! I haven't but I've always wanted to read AND watch the movies, just never had the chance.
AmandaKrups
on 12/05/13
Well, get yourself to a library and borrow the books and movies! Or ask for them for Christmas!
Hburt006
on 12/04/13
Skysdya and 6 others liked this  
I find it very funny that my comment is under review because I said I did not let me children read or watch it because we are Christians. What is offensive about that it is the truth. If a difference of an opinion warrants offensiveness then we would not be living in AMERICA
AmandaKrups
on 12/05/13
You do realize the characters ARE Christians, right? They celebrate Christmas and go home for the holiday. They are not evil (well, most of them, but they fight the evil ones). They are not pagan, they just happen to have magical powers. I do not understand people who say they won't read this series or allow their kids to read this series because they are Christian!
BubbleNymph
on 12/04/13
I watched Harry Potter when it first came out in theaters back when I was 11 years old. Other than that, I couldn't care less about the series. I think Harry Potter is overrated and boring, that's all. I'm all about real life witches and real life spells, paganism, real life witchcraft, all that is awesome by me but I honestly just don't find any interest in Harry Potter.
BubbleNymph
on 12/04/13
Also, I like Lord of the RIngs better.
naomilove33
on 12/04/13
wow griffindor is the most maby beacuase more pepole like that one lol
favre4evr
on 12/04/13
Tell management
laurenangles13
on 12/04/13
I'm pretty sure most people wish they were in gryffindor just so that they would have a better chance of being friends with Harry
empressri
on 12/04/13
MissBrookeBamBam liked this  
Slytherin sorted and proud of it!!!
IsickChow
on 12/04/13
MissBrookeBamBam and 1 others liked this  
agreed!
jennywithavon
on 12/04/13
BubbleNymph liked this  
Harry Potter = zzzzzzzzzzz could care less what it's about I suppose if I was a 12 year old I might like it
dragon15010
on 12/04/13
31% who haven't seen/read Harry Potter...
BrimmyGirl21
on 12/04/13
MissBrookeBamBam and 2 others liked this  
the 31% of u who have never read or even SEEN Harry Potter have got some serious mental issues

*scrolls down to comments*....religious/spiritual beliefs....really

that's what keeping u from watching/reading FICTION?!
kkrsavmo
on 12/04/13
sweetpeajaysmom and 2 others liked this  
I haven't read or seen Harry Potter because I have no interest in it. For me it has nothing to do with religious beliefs but I really don't think you should be putting down others who do follow their religious beliefs.

And for what it's worth I haven't gone to see a movie in over 20 years. I just don't have any interest in them.
thriftynaiad
on 12/04/13
I think I would have been Ravenclaw, but Pottermore sorted me into Hufflepuff.
Jennyzeitler
on 12/04/13
I'd love to watch it
Princesssarah
on 12/04/13
tfjparadise and 5 others liked this  
I picked I haven't seen/read any Harry Potter. I also wished there was an option for never plan to see/read it either. Too many elements in that series that do not line up with my spiritual beliefs.
Pretty77
on 12/04/13
Ditto to Princessarah
Psyborg
on 12/04/13
jtippetts and 2 others liked this  
At any rate, if you don't want to see/read them, that's fine. And if you want to blame your religion for your close-mindedness, that is also fine. But I don't really know what benefit it was for you to state categorically that you never plan to. The best you could hope for was to be ignored, and the worst was to be flamed. I can only conclude that you're one of those people who either like to stir up problems on the internet or you just like to say you don't like something because most other people do like it.
Psyborg
on 12/04/13
thistlefur and 3 others liked this  
I spoke to someone about this a few months ago. They were some form of Protestant denomination and they quoted to me a few verses concerning witchcraft. I am Catholic, and I see where they are coming from, but it still doesn't ring quite true. I asked this friend if she ever read or saw The Wizard of Oz or Cinderella. She said yes. I asked if she had a problem with them. She said no. When I asked her why, she said because they are fairy tales. I asked her what makes Harry Potter any less of a fairy tale, and she didn't have an answer. It is just a story meant for entertainment; it is neither indoctrinating people into witchcraft nor is it stating that witchcraft really exists or should.
Korva
on 12/04/13
jonjon4012 liked this  
wow really?
rorose132
on 12/04/13
Leodwyn and 3 others liked this  
Everyone here seems to be assuming you're Christian, which I don't know about, but I am and I see no problem with the series from that standpoint. My bible study teacher uses the series to teach biblical lessons. Her daughter has written numerous papers on the subject at her Baptist college. I myself have read/watched/heard much worse and have been able to appreciate things within these mediums even when they don't agree with my personal beliefs. There's a literary theory called Reader Response that might be useful should you decide to delve into this harmless series. The bible itself does tell us to look into views differing from ours when we are confronted. This helps you to grow in your faith. I also feel that there are far greater evils plaguing our world than a simple book series. If we focus our greater spiritual selves on eradicating these major injustices, then we can look at something as minor as one of the greatest selling book series of all time.
lovethelakers
on 12/04/13
Candylover342 and 2 others liked this  
ITS FICTION and i am religious (and BOTH my parents are pastors AND THEY read the books) and i READ ALL 7 OF THEM!
lotusenta
on 12/04/13
thistlefur and 16 others liked this  
Then maybe you should look over your spiritual beliefs, if you believe that a work of fiction would harm them.
abbygailfaust
on 12/04/13
AnahiCalderon liked this  
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Pretty77
on 12/04/13
tfjparadise liked this  
I'm not. I don't care for those books. I'm into other books.
morimunda
on 12/04/13
tfjparadise liked this  
LOL seriously? We exist. I have nothing against HP, it does seem interesting. But well, life happens.
SixSamuraiYaichi
on 12/04/13
sweetpeajaysmom and 1 others liked this  
What gave you that crazy idea? And why 29%?
DarkMagician8888
on 12/04/13
jtippetts and 1 others liked this  
31% not read harry potter GASP. OK, NOW THATS SHOCKING
iam4g10
on 12/04/13
I always thought it was decided by chance or something?
Henrene
on 12/04/13
I loved this mythical warlock
TheKimberleigh
on 12/04/13
empressri and 2 others liked this  
31% have not seen/read Harry Potter??!...I find that sad
Zombiewillow
on 12/04/13
jtippetts and 2 others liked this  
You people that haven't seen/read Harry Potter NEED to read it....It's amazing :)
RebellYell
on 12/04/13
MissBrookeBamBam and 3 others liked this  
Only 3% of people want to be in Slytherin? Why? Slytherin is awesome.
Pepin909
on 12/04/13
thistlefur and 2 others liked this  
Jesus loves me and my Ravenclaw peeps!
19lilm
on 12/04/13
wow
Psyborg
on 12/04/13
I took one of those Facebook tests recently about which house I would belong to and I was told Hufflepuff. I am actually pretty happy about that. Hufflepuff values hard work, patience, justice, and loyalty. And there were some really great wizards belonging to that house. Everyone always says they want to be Gryffindor, but that's just because Harry and most of the other heroes were in that house.
The only thing wrong with Hufflepuff is the name; it sounds like a name for one of those "fat kids' camps".
bluela
on 12/04/13
It's not surprising to me to see that a huge majority of those who selected a house selected Gryffindor. JK Rowling made the house system of Hogwarts very strange. I understand it as a narrative tool, but not in any relation to real school houses. The whole point of houses is to create a feeling of camaraderie between people who otherwise wouldn't be likely to group together, or quickly bond people, etc. It's not to divide groups based on personality, like in Harry Potter. It portrays Gryffindor as having the broadest mix of members, so it's the choice most people would make. I'm sure most people who chose the Sorting Hat's pick even think they would end up in Gryffindor.
kimescarol2003
on 12/04/13
katcor liked this  
I love the HP books! I was also a bit confused when my "wonderful" mother-in-law declared that the books were evil and I must not really be a Christian if I had those books in my house. I could only shake my head...
katcor
on 12/04/13
My sister-in-law was the same way.
kimescarol2003
on 12/04/13
Almost forgot! I'm Ravenclaw all the way, baby!
99hockey
on 12/04/13
jtippetts and 2 others liked this  
It is surprising to me on how many people have not read or watched any of the movies. They have been out for how many years now??? I know that some religious groups do not care for such things, but still. Glad that I was raised in a household that everybody can have their OWN opinions about the world around them.
kekikouture
on 12/04/13
empressri and 1 others liked this  
I've always said that I would be in Gryffindor and only date Slytherins.
littleloyd
on 12/04/13
jtippetts and 4 others liked this  
best poll so far :)
theninjaoffury
on 12/04/13
In the books and movies there was so much bias against slytherin house and made everyone in there look evil. In my opinion slytherin is tied with gryffindor.

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