An Updated Pop Vinyl Collection

I have somehow managed to amass even more pop vinyls since last time. I often wonder how, but then remember that the vast majority were gifts or arcade prizes (along with some really cute plushies…) and I am grateful for all of them! Especially since I love decorating my room with things that I love, and merchandise is a big part of that for me.

It’s so hard to pick favourites, but this corner has to have some of them…
Fun fact about the Eeyore: it was a present ordered online for the diamond edition (which is usually glittery black). So when it arrived blue, the person who bought it for me was very confused and about to call the supplier to ask why it was the wrong colour. They then looked it up online, and realised that this was the ‘chase’ version and that the supplier did a thing where you could win it if you ordered online
I’ve had to start budgeting when I go to the second-hand book festival run each year in my city
It’s a bit of a Kingdom Hearts shrine area…
I just really love the Halloween Town designs!
I’m not going to think about Voltron Season 8
I have wayyyyyy too many favourite MHA characters
The collection has grown…

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What do you guys think about these?

  1. It’s been theorised that Harry hallucinated the entire series. He was deprived of food by his aunt and uncle and was starving in the cupboard under the stairs, hence the hallucinations. Steve Kloves, a screenwriter for the films, has even said about Harry being in the cupboard, “The point was that he seemed slightly mad… so when Hagrid appeared, you thought he was out of his imagination for a minute.” Rowling then responded to this with, “I think that’s a fabulous point and that speaks so perfectly to the books. Because I’ve heard it suggested to me more than once, that Harry actually did go mad in the cupboard and that everything that happened subsequently was some sort of fantasy life he developed to save himself”

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  2. There is a website that’s been made purely to prove that Draco is a werewolf. Ideas/evidence to support this claim is that:
    – Snape and Malfoy are close because Malfoy is getting Wolfsbane potion from Snape
    – In book 6 when Harry is hiding Borgin and Burkes Draco threatens Borgin and then shows him something on his arm. Harry thinks that what Draco has on his arm must be a Dark Mark, but Draco is not a Death Eater
    – An ongoing arc in book 6 is also that Draco is kind of sick and definitely stressed out
    – Fenrir Greyback is a character who specifically punishes people who’ve messed up by biting their children. And Lucius did stuff up what Voldemort wanted him to do…
    – Voldemort also makes a comment to Draco that he could ‘babysit the cubs’ after they find out that Lupin and Tonks are having a baby

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  3. People often wonder if perhaps Rita Skeeter actually fled the wizarding world after the Battle of Hogwarts. And then here in the muggle world what is she wanted to keep writing, but under a pseudonym? What is she wanted to write about the wizarding world that she was rejected from? Perhaps even a 7 book series?

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  4. This theory from Tumblr user harryjxmespotter suggests that Snape, Voldemort and Harry are the three brothers. Meaning that Dumbledore is Death. Dumbledore greeted Harry at King’s Cross Station and was also the one behind Snape and Voldemort’s death… Voldemort is the oldest brother, murdered by someone who sought the Elder Wand. Snape is the middle brother who committed suicide after resurrecting the girl he had once hoped to marry. And Harry is the youngest brother who escapes Death with an invisibility cloak until he gives it to his son (like how James leaves Harry the cloak, which is given to him by Dumbledore) and then greets Death ‘as an old friend’

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  5. Rowling has revealed that there about 1000 students that attend Hogwarts. This means that there have to be about 35 students in each house year. But there only seems to be 10 Gryffindors in Harry’s year… People have questioned whether this is an oversight made by Rowling, is there are just other students wondering about their own business that don’t need to ever be named, or maybe there’s another reason? Tumblr user marauders4evr writes, “What if there were less students in the Hogwarts Class of 1998 because the period when the other kids would have been conceived (1979-1981) was when Voldemort’s reign of power was at its peak? Between the dozens of adults who joined the Order, the dozens of civilians who were killed in Death Eater raids, and the dozens of adults that didn’t want to bring a child into the world, just then. It’s actually entirely possible that there was a baby drought for a few years in the wizarding world, leading to a smaller class size a decade later. While intriguing and logically plausible, Rowling most likely didn’t think this one all the way through”

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Mischief managed…

  1. So… you mean to tell me that nobody notices that Ron’s rat is Peter Pettigrew? Ron would sleep with that rat every night and he carried it around a lot. It obviously would have showed up on the Maurader’s Map, which Fred and George were in the possession of. So you mean to tell me that these two never noticed that Ron seemed to always be hanging out with some guy named Peter? They never noticed that some guy named Peter slept with their brother every night?
    People have argued that Fred and George would have been too focused on their pranks and using secret passages to notice this, but it’s highly unlikely that didn’t check in on Ron’s location at least a few times. They are siblings after all.

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  2. Remember when Quirrell let that troll loose down in the dungeons? Yes? Okay, good.
    Because the thing that leaves us all wondering about with this whole event is the fact that all the students are told to go to their common rooms for safety. But what did the poor Slytherins do considering that their common room was in the dungeon?! Did it fall upon the heads, prefects and Snape to sort out a plan and execute it, while calming panicked students, to get them all somewhere safe?

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  3. Ollivander couldn’t have been making that much of a profit from his business. The price of wands aren’t that expensive, but when you consider all the different types of materials that make up a wand… Well, there’s some rare stuff that your wand could be made of!
    Surely these wands with rare materials would have had to be a lot more expensive that others. Because if not that means that Ollivander would have most likely, actually be losing money from selling that wand. That, or Ollivander has a lot of donators of different materials that helps him keep his business going. And considering that wands are really important in the wizarding world, this theory is pretty plausible…

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    And the last one I’m going to mention is… (Which isn’t really a plot hole but I don’t care…)

  4. Quidditch! It’s just… what exactly are the crowds watching? They can’t see the majority of what’s happening with the seekers, which is where all the important action tends to be! How does the commentator even know what’s happening until the seekers come back into sight? How are they meant to know exactly when the game is over and if everything that happened high up in the sky or beneath the stands was even legal? Instead, the crowds get to watch all the other team members on the field and as much as this is probably entertaining to watch the chances are that it will end up have little to no impact on the overall result of the game

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