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Forbidden Pastimes of HogwartsThe Forbidden Pastimes for Fred and George WeasleyBy Molly Weasley1-"To concur the earth with an army of flying monkeys" is not an appropriate career choice.2- I am not the king of potato people and I do not have a flying carpet.3- I may not chase Seamus Finnegan around school in search of his 'Pot o' Gold'.4- Nor am I allowed to tell people he's a leprechaun on steroids.5- I will not shout "I have the Power" before casting a spell.6- I am not allowed to purposefully charm Filchs' underwear into wedgies.7- Nor am I allowed to do it 'by accident'.8- I am not allowed to yodel during important parts of Dumbledore's speech.9- The Forbidden Forest is forbidden for a reason. I may not tell First Years that there is a party down there.10- Especially when there isn't.11- I may not refer to Sirius Black as 'Seriously Black'.12- Just because I use air quotes does not mean the rules have changed.13- I am not allowed to sing my own personal spy music while wondering the hallways.14-
Fred + George Weasley AnalysisFred & George: A Short Character AnalysisRight, so first off I'm a big fan of the twins: both twins, not just Fred. I've always appreciated both as separate characters and I've never really understood how so many people never picked up on their differences. So I decided to do what I do best - RANT (wayhey!). Keep in mind this is just my own opinion based on what I've read in books 1-7.In the first place it's important to know and understand the twins' differences, especially if you're writing a story that puts particular focus on them. Yes, both twins are bonkers, fun-loving, flirtatious, stubborn and lest we forget both in the possession of a razor sharp wit. The books may describe them as identical right down to the last freckle, but this doesn't mean that they are one hundred percent identical in personality - no twins are. In fact, if Fred and George were the same they wouldn't make such a good team. Fred and George are a perfect double act and in any double act you
Gred and ForgeGred and Forge"Arthur and Fred,""I'm George! Can't you even tell us apart when we're Harry?""Sorry George,""Only yanking your wand, I'm Fred really-"The hardest thing I ever had to do was walking into 93 Diagon Alley without you. For a place that celebrated pranks and good times it felt suddenly black and heavy; suffocating. Nothing but a great big bloody reminder of every moment I'd ever spent with you. Each product stirred another memory - hours and hours of experimenting, blowing ourselves up, wracking our brains for ideas, searching the halls for willing guinea pigs to participate in our experimenting. How could I stand in that shop day after day selling people laughs? I felt like they didn't have the right to smile, not in our shop, not without you.The first week was shit. I wanted to punch every customer that walked through the door. It was worse when the regulars asked after you. I'd always reply 'the selfish sod got himself killed and left