We all love Harry Potter, but only some of us are true series-reading, movie-watching, still-waiting-for-our-Hogwarts-letter type of fans. For the latter, Harry Potter will live on forever and J.K. Rowling will always have a special place in your heart. Do you think you qualify as a Harry Potter enthusiast? Check out below for all of the things that you will only understand if Harry Potter is your everything:
Hearing the phrase "you know who" and immediately thinking about Voldemort
You just can't help it.
The importance of clearing your schedule when a Harry Potter movie marathon is on TV
Thank you, Freeform.
January 14, 2016
Harry and Ginny were destined from the beginning
Ron and Hermione, too.
Dudley Dursley changed by the end of the series—at least, a little bit
By the end of the books, that is. However, the redeeming moment was cut from the movie (and we kind of wish it wasn't).
Voldemort is almost a direct descendant of Salazar Slytherin
And incest was big in his family.
It helped save magical creatures and was the REAL reason behind Ron and Hermione's first kiss.
The nerdy guy always deserves a chance
Neville Longbottom: the only proof you will ever need.
Peter Pettigrew made it far too long into the series
But, we will try not to question it.
Non-magical people can be born into magical families
And they are usually upset about it—hello, Filch? No wonder he is so grumpy all the time.
The movies completely fail to explain the Half-Blood Prince
The details of Snape and his past are worth more than 10 minutes at the end of the sixth film.
The movies completely fail to explain a lot of things...
St. Mungo's Hospital for Magical Maladies, Animagi, the Sphinx and so much more—honestly, people. Just read the damn books.