Harry Potter + sassiness (in the Goblet of Fire).
THE MAGIC BEGINS  A character you feel the need to defend
“I see Harry as someone who is struggling to do the right thing, who is not without faults, who acts impetuously as you would expect someone of his age to act, but who is ultimately a very loyal person, and a very very courageous person. So, in as much as he has qualities that I admire most I would say he is a good role model. That doesn’t mean that he is saintly, but then frankly, who is? But I think you do see enough of Harry’s inner life, the workings of his mind in the books to know that he is ultimately human, struggling to do the right thing, which I think is admirable.” — J. K. Rowling
Fangirl Challenge: [1/7] Male Characters (no order)
Harry Potter: “This connection between me and Voldemort… What if the reason for it is that I am becoming more like him? I just feel so angry, all the time. What if after everything that I’ve been through, something’s gone wrong inside me? What if I’m becoming bad? ”
HOLY SHIT THOUGH, I DON’T THINK YOU UNDERSTAND. APART FROM THE OFF-CENTER SCAR THIS IS EXACTLY, EXACTLY HOW I PICTURE HARRY.
It’s like someone did occlumency on me and took a photo of what they found. Everything about this is perfect, his eyes, nose, lips, glasses, stance, and jfc his hair.
OMFG EXACTALLY. THE. HARRY. I. IMAGINED
THIS IS MY HARRY POTTER
whenever you start to think or say something negative about yourself just imagine one of your favorite characters busting into the room out of nowhere to grip your shoulders and look you directly in the eyes while saying “that’s not true” and whenever you try to argue they just list off something positive about you and kiss your forehead or cheek then in your momentary daze and confusion they literally pick you up and carry you off to get ice cream