Wednesday, July 15, 2009

I am seriously messed up.

I'm saying this because I saw the new Harry Potter movie, and I thought Draco was kinda hot.
Shut up. Just shut up.
Okay, I know he's pretty hideous from the wrong angle, and his hair is white (in the movie at least; not sure about in real life), but I just thought he was kinda hot. KINDA. Just a little.
Because, you see, he's the bad guy, the guy employed by Voldemort to do a horrendous deed, which would be cool enough. Then he feels bad about it. And he regrets. Okay, so maybe he's portrayed as weak and cowardice, but bear with me here. In the movie, he comes across more as scared and confused, which isn't half so bad. And he's kinda cute.
Now I'm trying to create a Draco-like character, but it's just not working. To create a character, I must first create a situation, and nothing is coming to mind. Sigh. Oh well. I'm going to go finish reading the seventh book.
Okay, so I happened to see Nat's latest entry again, which her response to the first question was: "Guys. Dur." That got me thinking. I really like guys. I always have. I've always been in love with the idea of love and boyfriends and weddings and the like. One time I got extremely depressed because I really, really wanted a boyfriend. But I don't want a guy from the real world, no! Our world, right now, is not a place for love. So what's a girl to do?
Okay, now I really am going to go finish reading the seventh book. Sigh. I need to meet more guys.


  1. Yes lets. Haha. The seventh book is insane. It's just one of those things that I can even criticize. And do you know what that does to my mental heath??

    ACTUALLY, the scene that your pic was taken in was the only scene my friend thought Draco looked good in, because of his tragic hair in the rest of the movie. I must say, I totally agree.

    Haha. Discuss.

    I could go on and on, because well, that's just how cool I am, but I really only had two problems with the movie. I don't think the right scenes were played up as they should've been. And there was not even a DADA lesson! Or any other lesson for that matter. The scenes that they actually did put in there had to be absolutely vital to the story. There was no background on anything, and the overall emotion of the book didn't transfer into the movie. But the scene that killed me the most was the one with Snape and Harry out by Hagrid's now-burning cabin. It just wasn't played up enough.

    I could go on and on, but...I won't. At least not yet:)


  2. You've never heard of The Phantom Tollbooth? Oh my, drop whatever you're doing and go check it out and read it right NOW. haha.

    No, really, it is very good.

    Criers: self-explanatory.

  3. the problem with me and guys are that then perfect one are always the fictional ones, and the real one's barely give me the time of day. (at least the one i am trying to get their attention wont). SO no you are not seriously messed up, I am seriously messed up for being in like with fictional characters. And no offense Draco Malfoy is only ok. But then again that is just my opinion. If you go for the pale, white blond hair, creepy look thing, then by all means. Haha jk. I liked harry potter if only if her were taller.