I would love nothing more in the world than to move to England and find people with whom it would be alright to talk about Harry Potter and the Lord of the Rings and Music and Merlin and Supernatural and Skins and Being Human and Doctor Who and Sherlock and Vampire Diaries and Misfits all day. And not necessarily in that order.
“You cannot tell me that all those tales about the bold Gryffindor are false, Godiva,” said Henry, with a teasing tone.
“Oh yes, every one is true. I’m even thought to be a man with my many accomplishments,” said Godiva with a smirk. She was always quick to reply, but whether her replies were always serious was another matter.
“As we all know, men can only accomplish,” replied Henry, outwardly appearing serious with his words, but Godvia knew better. This was Henry Hufflepuff after all; he was the most tolerable out of the four of them.
“And what of you Hufflepuff? Do your accomplishments outshine mine?” Questioned Godiva.
“Well, I am often referred to as a sentimental woman of a man. I think that may outshine your manly accomplishments,” replied Henry.
Godiva looked to him, attempting to hide her laughter, but it was for nought. Henry began to laugh at her indescribable expression at her attempt not to laugh.
“Now, how could I outshine such a myth?” Godiva asked, with a laugh.
“You know how sometimes department stores have these things where, if you win, you get 10 minutes and go in and take anything you want from the store? That’s basically what I’m doing. I’m running in and just trying to grab as many characters as possible before they pull the plug on me.” -Ryan Gosling