There’s a lot more to say about this topic but I tried to keep it short and stay on track for once.
Shout out to Carolyn, whose name I mentioned and then edited out for time. BOW TO MY SUPREME KNOWLEDGE.
Title says it all.
Best enjoyed with friends and a hammer.
Here you go. SP/NF being posted later.
A couple years ago, I wrote this post on the Myers Briggs type theory where I broke down each of the 16 types by their flaws, if I can simplify. Now I’m talking about that article because I’m a narcissist.
Also, yes, my face is really red in this one.
I’ve got one more Harry Potter post on the way, you should get a kick out of it. And by get a kick out of it, I mean you might be mildly pleased and then immediately move on.
To some it may be obvious what the weirdest kid at Hogwarts might be, but examining all the evidence, there’s a pretty good bit to suggest she might be the dreamiest dreamer or the thinkiest thinker. I’m working on making “thinkiest” a real word.
While Ravenclaw doesn’t seem to make too much of an impact on the overarching story of Harry Potter, an introduction to Luna gives us an idea of the type of student that makes up the house. Intelligent, offbeat, and pretty freaking weird. Let’s get into it. Continue reading