Top 10 and Hogwarts Houses

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Top 10 and Hogwarts Houses

Postby nthop » Tue Apr 13, 2010 12:31 am

Which Hogwarts house is each top 10 school most similar to and why?

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Re: Top 10 and Hogwarts Houses

Postby charlesjd » Tue Apr 13, 2010 12:33 am

get a life?

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Re: Top 10 and Hogwarts Houses

Postby Zapatero » Tue Apr 13, 2010 12:33 am

No.

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Re: Top 10 and Hogwarts Houses

Postby Mr. Matlock » Tue Apr 13, 2010 12:34 am

I'm not quite ready to "out" myself yet.

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Re: Top 10 and Hogwarts Houses

Postby tomhobbes » Tue Apr 13, 2010 12:36 am

I thing yale is like the harry potter because it is brave
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Re: Top 10 and Hogwarts Houses

Postby pugalicious » Tue Apr 13, 2010 12:36 am

nthop wrote:Which Hogwarts house is each top 10 school most similar to and why?


Slytherin. At all 10, you have to be a Slytherin even to get in. Those schools don't mess around when it comes to the Dark Arts.

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Re: Top 10 and Hogwarts Houses

Postby Pearalegal » Tue Apr 13, 2010 12:37 am

Cooley is The School That Shall Not Be Named.

Zing!

Ugh, I'm tired.

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Re: Top 10 and Hogwarts Houses

Postby Grizz » Tue Apr 13, 2010 12:39 am

Harry Potter is so lame; it's all about Twilight now duhh. Which T10 is most like Edward Cullen?

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Re: Top 10 and Hogwarts Houses

Postby Tofu » Tue Apr 13, 2010 12:41 am

rad law wrote:Harry Potter is so lame; it's all about Twilight now duhh. Which T10 is most like Edward Cullen?


Y or S ofc

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Re: Top 10 and Hogwarts Houses

Postby pugalicious » Tue Apr 13, 2010 12:42 am

rad law wrote:Harry Potter is so lame; it's all about Twilight now duhh. Which T10 is most like Edward Cullen?


As in, which will emotionally abuse you the most, yet leave you begging for more, no matter what it does? Again, I'm sticking with ALL of them.

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Re: Top 10 and Hogwarts Houses

Postby hellokitty » Tue Apr 13, 2010 12:44 am

Tofu wrote:
rad law wrote:Harry Potter is so lame; it's all about Twilight now duhh. Which T10 is most like Edward Cullen?


Y or S ofc


Edward is a total Harvard.

He's the most well-known and has the most lay prestige. No one would turn down Harvard or Edward. He's just fucking sexy and hard to get.

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Re: Top 10 and Hogwarts Houses

Postby hermione0901 » Tue Apr 13, 2010 12:44 am

I'll bite (see my username, I couldn't resist!):

Yale= Ravenclaw. Scholarly, academic. Where those of wit and learning will always find their kind, and whose adcom believes that the cleverest will always be the best.

Harvard/Columbia/Chicago= Slytherin. Ambitious. Those cunning folk use any means to achieve their ends.

Berkeley/NYU= Gryffindors. Here dwell the brave at heart fighting the PI fight.

Michigan/Penn/UVA= Hufflepuff. Hardworkers are most worthy of admission, and adcoms say "we'll teach the lot and treat them just the same." Also, not that remarkable in any other ways than that they're nice.

Stanford, anyone???

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Re: Top 10 and Hogwarts Houses

Postby hellokitty » Tue Apr 13, 2010 12:46 am

hermione0901 wrote:I'll bite (see my username, I couldn't resist!):

Yale= Ravenclaw. Scholarly, academic. Where those of wit and learning will always find their kind, and whose adcom believes that the cleverest will always be the best.

Harvard/Columbia/Chicago= Slytherin. Ambitious. Those cunning folk use any means to achieve their ends.

Berkeley/NYU= Gryffindors. Here dwell the brave at heart fighting the PI fight.

Michigan/Penn/UVA= Hufflepuff. Hardworkers are most worthy of admission, and adcoms say "we'll teach the lot and treat them just the same." Also, not that remarkable in any other ways than that they're nice.

Stanford, anyone???


I love your list. I'd probably say I'd put Stanford in Ravenclaw though.

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Re: Top 10 and Hogwarts Houses

Postby Pearalegal » Tue Apr 13, 2010 12:46 am

pugalicious wrote:
rad law wrote:Harry Potter is so lame; it's all about Twilight now duhh. Which T10 is most like Edward Cullen?


As in, which will emotionally abuse you the most, yet leave you begging for more, no matter what it does? Again, I'm sticking with ALL of them.


*sigh*

I wrote one of my senior theses on this aspect of Twilight.

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Re: Top 10 and Hogwarts Houses

Postby Gymnast0206 » Tue Apr 13, 2010 12:48 am

I'm so ungodly tired I'm finding this thread hilarious.

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Re: Top 10 and Hogwarts Houses

Postby pugalicious » Tue Apr 13, 2010 12:49 am

Pearalegal wrote:
pugalicious wrote:
rad law wrote:Harry Potter is so lame; it's all about Twilight now duhh. Which T10 is most like Edward Cullen?


As in, which will emotionally abuse you the most, yet leave you begging for more, no matter what it does? Again, I'm sticking with ALL of them.


*sigh*

I wrote one of my senior theses on this aspect of Twilight.


I teach high school English. The effect of this Edward character on young girls...grr.... I try to assert my "Team Jacob"-ness whenever applicable.

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Re: Top 10 and Hogwarts Houses

Postby Pearalegal » Tue Apr 13, 2010 12:50 am

hermione0901 wrote:

Stanford, anyone???


Totally Hufflepuffs.

Georgetown is such a mudblood.

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Re: Top 10 and Hogwarts Houses

Postby Pearalegal » Tue Apr 13, 2010 12:52 am

pugalicious wrote:I teach high school English. The effect of this Edward character on young girls...grr.... I try to assert my "Team Jacob"-ness whenever applicable.


I can actually get stupidly fired up about the whole thing.

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Re: Top 10 and Hogwarts Houses

Postby hellokitty » Tue Apr 13, 2010 12:52 am

pugalicious wrote: I teach high school English. The effect of this Edward character on young girls...grr.... I try to assert my "Team Jacob"-ness whenever applicable.


TEAM EDWARD!!!


But seriously, Jacob does might be good for a weekend fling, but who can pass up immortal perfection and undying devotion?
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Re: Top 10 and Hogwarts Houses

Postby Tofu » Tue Apr 13, 2010 12:52 am

Pearalegal wrote:
pugalicious wrote:
rad law wrote:Harry Potter is so lame; it's all about Twilight now duhh. Which T10 is most like Edward Cullen?


As in, which will emotionally abuse you the most, yet leave you begging for more, no matter what it does? Again, I'm sticking with ALL of them.


*sigh*

I wrote one of my senior theses on this aspect of Twilight.


what'd you write? i'm curious :(

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Re: Top 10 and Hogwarts Houses

Postby Mrs. Jack Donaghy » Tue Apr 13, 2010 12:58 am

pugalicious wrote:
nthop wrote:Which Hogwarts house is each top 10 school most similar to and why?


Slytherin. At all 10, you have to be a Slytherin even to get in. Those schools don't mess around when it comes to the Dark Arts.


Haha, this is funny!

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Re: Top 10 and Hogwarts Houses

Postby Pearalegal » Tue Apr 13, 2010 1:00 am

Tofu wrote:
what'd you write? i'm curious :(


I basically just wrote an analysis on the character of Bella. I was disgusted by the whole series, seeing as it was geared towards young females.

She has NO hobbies, abandons all of her friends and family for a guy, her only way of "coming to life" again after that 20 blank pages nonsense was through another guys and her dearest wish is to leave her entire life and die for him. Its an obsessive alpha male and obsessive incredibly weak female pairing. Sort of writes itself.

Then I did a thing about if young adult fiction has a moral responsibility in regards to such issues inherent to the form, leading into a discussion of censorship, blah blah blah.

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Re: Top 10 and Hogwarts Houses

Postby pugalicious » Tue Apr 13, 2010 1:07 am

hellokitty wrote:
pugalicious wrote: I teach high school English. The effect of this Edward character on young girls...grr.... I try to assert my "Team Jacob"-ness whenever applicable.


TEAM EDWARD!!!


But seriously, Jacob does might be good for a weekend fling, but who can pass up immortal perfection and undying devotion?


Guess if you consider his form of love "undying devotion" as perfect, then Edward is your ideal. Go for it. I prefer men who are not as manipulative and horrible ("Bella...I'm leaving you...(200 pages later)...I'll die if you aren't with me, I'm killing myself....(next book)...your desires aren't important, I know what's best for you, deal with it...(next book)...ok we'll get married but right after let's have badly written, incredibly rough sex")

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Re: Top 10 and Hogwarts Houses

Postby Pearalegal » Tue Apr 13, 2010 1:11 am

pugalicious wrote:
hellokitty wrote:
pugalicious wrote: I teach high school English. The effect of this Edward character on young girls...grr.... I try to assert my "Team Jacob"-ness whenever applicable.


TEAM EDWARD!!!


But seriously, Jacob does might be good for a weekend fling, but who can pass up immortal perfection and undying devotion?


Guess if you consider his form of love "undying devotion" as perfect, then Edward is your ideal. Go for it. I prefer men who are not as manipulative and horrible ("Bella...I'm leaving you...(200 pages later)...I'll die if you aren't with me, I'm killing myself....(next book)...your desires aren't important, I know what's best for you, deal with it...(next book)...ok we'll get married but right after let's have badly written, incredibly rough sex")


I mean, escapist fantasy is escapist fantasy. But it was written for young women. It bothered me.

You forgot that during the rough sex he bit that pillow and spilled feathers everywhere. Because thats what you do.

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Re: Top 10 and Hogwarts Houses

Postby hellokitty » Tue Apr 13, 2010 1:13 am

I like my fantasy books to be that way. I don't want them to be at all normal or realistic. If a hot, sexy, immortal being wants to climb through my window, he's always more than welcomed to. Lol




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