24 ‘Harry Potter’ Superfans Share The Stories Behind Their Magical Ink

For some, curling up with J.K. Rowling’s legendary Harry Potter series is a blissful childhood memory. Who didn’t dream of receiving their very own Hogwarts acceptance letter when they were a kid?

But for the true devotees, the magic never died. Harry Potter remains a powerful force in their imaginations and identities. Their love of all things H.P. is not just written on their hearts ― it’s right there on their flesh.

In honor of the 20th anniversary of the very first Harry Potter book ― Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone (Sorcerer’s Stone in the U.S.), published on June 26, 1997 ― we asked 24 superfans to share the stories behind their enchanted ink. For some, the epic tale and its themes of courage, hope and magic proved invaluable during the more difficult hurdles life throws your way. For others, well, they just really love Snape.

1. Holly Schwartz’s Stars

HOLLY SCHWARTZ

Please describe your tattoo and its significance to the books:

My tattoo is of the stars at the top of each page of each book (the American versions).

When did you get it? 

I got it in March 2016, and I was 21.

Why is this image special to you?

I’ve read the Harry Potter books countless times. I had to buy a new set of books because I read the first so many times they were falling apart! I read them every single year. I used to do it over the summer but just last year my coworker said that she reads them starting at Halloween because that’s really when the story started, so I started doing that with her.

This tattoo is just a reminder that Harry Potter is always there for me when I need it ― it’s a comfort for me. Whenever I see it, I feel happy that I was able to find Harry Potter and that my life was changed for the better by it.

What’s your Hogwarts house?

Gryffindor!

2. Ela Darling’s Dewey Decimal Tribute

ELA DARLING

Please describe your tattoo and its significance to the books: 

The tattoo on my back is the Dewey Decimal and Cutter number for Harry Potter.

When did you get it? 

I got it on my 22nd birthday, just after finishing my master’s degree in library and information science.

Why is this image special to you? 

I’ve been a Harry Potter fan for years. I was heavily involved in the Wizard Rock and Harry Potter fandoms at the time. Most of my social group came from the H.P. fandom. I had a tradition of getting a new tattoo for each birthday, which I stopped after my 24th birthday, but the idea was to sort of commemorate some aspect of my life over the course of the previous year with my birthday tattoos. I had just finished my master’s degree at the University of Illinois. Melville Dewey founded the library school there, so I decided to get the Dewey and Cutter code for the Harry Potter books as they were catalogued in my university library.

3. Lesley Swan’s Patronus

LESLEY SWAN

Please describe your tattoo and its significance to the books:

My tattoo is of my patronus, which is a swan. My patronus is meant to be my guardian, which is perfect because that also happens to be my last name. I couldn’t believe it when I did the test. It also has the classic phrase “always” which was Snape’s response to Dumbledore when asked, “After all this time?” The “A” is also in the form of the Deathly Hallows.

When did you get it?

I got it in August of 2016. I was 26 at the time.

Why is this image special to you?

This tattoo is special to me for many reasons. I have been with my boyfriend for 12 years, and the “always” speaks to how I feel about him. Similarly with Snape, no matter how much time goes by, I will always have that love for him. The swan is special to me because I will eventually marry [my boyfriend], and my last name will change. I will always be a Swan and having that reminder in beautiful artwork makes me happy.

What’s your Hogwarts house? 

Gryffindor.

4. Samantha Kiel’s Lily

SAMANTHA KIEL

Please describe your tattoo and its significance to the books:

The tattoo is of an asphodel (a variety of lily), with the stem fading into the word “always.” Snape’s first words to Harry in Sorcerer’s Stone were “Potter! What would I get if I added powered root of asphodel to an infusion of wormwood” ― the ingredients for the Draught of the Living Death, which Harry perfects with the help of Snape’s old textbook in Book Six. “Always” is perhaps the most significant Snape quote, regarding his love for Lily.

When did you get it?

Nov. 26, 2016, on my 26th birthday.

Why is this image special to you? Has its meaning changed over time? 

Snape is my favorite character ― hands down ― and his love for Lily, its extension to Harry, and how he reacts to his feelings of guilt and grief with isolation make him incredibly relatable. We’ve all had those people that have irrevocably changed our lives. The Harry Potter series was my first obsession, and I knew that I wanted to get a H.P. tattoo, but I didn’t want it to be your typical H.P. tattoo.

What’s your Hogwarts house? 

Slytherin.

5. Brian Arruda’s Protection Spell

BRIAN ARRUDA

Please describe your tattoo and its significance to the books: 

I got this tattoo when my son was born. He was born at 23 weeks gestation, on the brink of viability. He was 1 pound, 5 ounces, considered a micro-preemie. He was given a 17 percent chance of making it, and [it was] assumed he would live with serious medical complications the rest of his life. Instead, he did the unbelievable, and made it out of the NICU (just over four months) with no real issues relating to his extreme prematurity.

His third birthday is coming up next month and he has blossomed into an amazing child with a personality to match his story. I got the protection spell along with his name, hoping to give him a little extra “magic” something. I still like to think it made a difference. It doesn’t hurt that his initial care physician in the NICU (one of among hundreds) pulled me aside after seeing it a week later and told me how he loved the books. We still visit the NICU and see the doctors regularly. It wasn’t until we got out of the hospital that we recognized how incredibly small the odds that Cam made it through his prematurity without serious learning deficiencies or other more major health issues … it had to be the protection spell!

My first son was born prematurely due to a car accident. My wife was 25 weeks pregnant at the time. A driver hit us head on, coming around bend. He fell asleep at the wheel. Grayson was born within an hour of the accident, after we were all rushed to the closest hospital that could deal with our major injuries. He only survived a few minutes; the injuries sustained in the crash were too great for him to overcome. He was 2 pounds, 2 ounces, so pretty big compared to his brother. My wife was touch-and-go for about a week. It was the scariest time of my life. She spent a month in the TICU, and needed seven surgeries before she was able to go to a facility to rehab. I have often related the losses suffered in Harry Potter to those in my own family.

Losing family is never easy, losing a child even less so. The pain that Harry accepts as part of his life is something I can personally understand. That sense of loss never leaves you or your mind for very long. I always loved the story, and grew up reading these books (I am 33) so I literally grew into adulthood with these characters. To me Harry and the Hogwarts family show that perseverance and love can conquer even the worst the world can throw at you. I guess that’s a little deep considering the subject matter of an imaginary magical world, but the escape into this story has always helped me get through my darkest times.

One day my son Cameron will be old enough to enjoy Harry Potter, too, so together we can witness again what it means for Harry to overcome and persevere through it all, with his friends and family by his side.

When did you get it? 

I got the tattoo in June of 2014, a couple weeks after my son was born. I was 30 years old.

Why is this image special to you?

The meaning has only gotten stronger to me as time goes on and my son continues to hit milestones that doctors weren’t sure he ever could. It is pretty cool to look over and see that reminder all the time.

What’s your Hogwarts house? 

I am a Ravenclaw according to Pottermore, but I relate to Gryffindor, too!

6. Madison Rootenberg’s Animagus

MADISON ROOTENBERG

Please describe your tattoo and its significance to the books: 

My tattoo is of Sirius Black in his animagus form with the symbol for transformation on his hind leg (a tattoo the actor has in the movies on his chest). Sirius plays a pivotal role in Harry’s life, showing him true family love for the first time after his parents passed. Sirius first showed himself to Harry in his dog form.

When did you get it?

I got it when I moved back home to Los Angeles after college, age 22.

Why is this image special to you?

There are many layers to why it’s so special to me! My baby sister was still living at home at the time, and she and I share a fierce and passionate love for the Harry Potter books. She helped me design it; not only is it my homage to my intro to magic, but to my sister. It also connects me to every other magic-lover and seeker in the world. And finally, it is also representative of how I believe animals should be treated, with the same respect and dignity as humans.

What’s your Hogwarts house? 

I would consider myself to have attended Ilvermorny School in Pukwudgie house!

7. Katie Streeter’s Deathly Hallows

KATIE STREETER

Please describe your tattoo and its significance to the books:

I have a tattoo of the Deathly Hallows on the inside of my right wrist. The Deathly Hallows (also the name of the final and seventh book in the series) refers to a story originally told by Beedle the Bard, that was passed down through wizarding folklore. It tells the story of three items given to the Peverell brothers by Death: the elder wand, the cloak of invisibility and the resurrection stone. It is said that whomever is in possession of all three is the master of death, and all three items make appearances throughout the series.

When did you get it?

I got in in September of 2014. I was 26 at the time.

Why is this image special to you?

I was an avid Harry Potter fan growing up, standing in line at midnight for the book releases and locking myself in my room until I finished to avoid spoilers. The whole thing. My sister and I both grew up with it, and it played a big part in our childhood. As we got older, one of her first (of many) tattoos was a sleeve of the Marauder’s Map on her left arm and a smaller Deathly Hallows tattoo on her wrist. She passed away in August of 2014, and a few weeks later I went and got the same tattoo. Its meaning has definitely changed for me; every time I look at it I’m reminded of her. I think in a way that’s how you defeat death, by always keeping the memory of that person alive.

What’s your Hogwarts house?

I’m a Gryffindor.

8. Hallie Cooper’s Lightning Bolt

HALLIE COOPER

Please describe your tattoo and its significance to the books:

It is a white lightning bolt and it encompasses my overall love for the entire Harry Potter series. I fell in love with the books in fifth grade and was at every midnight book launch once I was old enough to attend. Of course I own all the movies, too.

When did you get it?

I got it when I was 27. I have wanted it since I was 19, though, it just took me a while to pull the trigger. I was always too scared to actually get a tattoo because I’m not good with needles. I went with a friend of mine when she got her tattoo and it lessened my fear about it. A week later, I got the lightning bolt.

Why is this image special to you?

The image is special to me because it represents all of what Harry Potter is: strength, courage, dignity, bravery and best of all ― magic.

What’s your Hogwarts house?

Oh, Slytherin for sure.

9. Madeline Mikucki’s Sleeves

MADELINE MIKUCKI

Please describe your tattoo and its significance to the books:

Harry Potter has played such a big role in my life. As a child, reading the books truly took me to a different world full of magic and mystery. I have always been into witches and the macabre, even as a child, and combing the two together through the writings of J.K. Rowling was just simply the best for my 11-year-old self.

My family totally helped in developing my love, too. One Christmas my mother made me and my sister our very own Hogwarts letters along with homemade spell books. Nowadays, as an adult woman, Harry Potter still instills the magic within me. It will always be a part of me and I look forward to many more movies and books from our beloved J.K. I can’t wait to finish my sleeve and have both children and adults enjoy looking at it and starting up Harry Potter conversations.

When did you get it?

I started my Harry Potter sleeve two years ago and have been adding to it as recently as April.

What’s your Hogwarts house? 

I am a Ravenclaw and Thunderbird (Ilvermorny house).

10. Brooke Borden’s Lupin Homage

BROOKE BORDEN

Please describe your tattoo and its significance to the books:

It’s a wolf with the back end of it transforming into a night scene with some stars and the moon, representing Lupin and the changes that he goes through due to the moon. I wanted to have a werewolf representation that was more artistic and less gruesome than the movie version.

When did you get it? 

I got this done last year. I was 20.

Why is this image special to you?

This image is special to me because Lupin is one of my favorite characters in the series and I’ve always resonated with his outcast story and admired the fact that he had friends who accepted and included him and never thought badly of him for who he was. I don’t think I’ll ever not be fond of his character and his story, so the meaning of this tattoo will always remain for me.

What’s your Hogwarts house?

According to Pottermore, I’m in Gryffindor.

11. Alexis Bleich’s Abstract Harry Potter

ALEXIS BLEICH

Please describe your tattoo and its significance to the books:

When I got my tattoo, I didn’t want something huge or elaborate because at the time I was looking for a job and needed something I could hide. I went for the simple rims of his glasses and the lightning bolt. My favorite thing about it is that if people aren’t into Harry Potter, then they don’t always realize what the tattoo is.

When did you get it?

I believe I was 18 when I got the tattoo. I had just graduated high school and my best friend and I at the time got matching ones.

Why is this image special to you?

When I first got the tattoo, it was significant because my best friend and I got them matching. We both love Harry Potter. We went to premiers together and spent our entire grad bash at Harry Potter World at Universal. We really aren’t friends anymore, and as far as I know, she actually had her tattoo covered up. But this tattoo actually sparked the best conversation of my whole college experience. My first night in college I met some of my long time friends over them being in love with my tattoo. It means so much to me.

What’s your Hogwarts house? 

I’m a Slytherin! And proud. It doesn’t mean i’m evil, just cunning.

12. Eric Miranda’s Deathly Hallows

ERIC MIRANDA

Please describe your tattoo and its significance to the books:

It’s the Deathly Hallows with the lightning bolt scar on top.

When did you get it?

I got it at 19, which was back in 2012.

Why is this image special to you?

To me it was the beginning of the series, the lightning bolt scar that started it all, and the end, the Deathly Hallows that signified acceptance of death and loss.

What’s your Hogwarts house? 

Gryffindor!

13. Brooke Hodge’s Stars

BROOKE HODGE

Please describe your tattoo and its significance to the books:

I always knew I wanted to get a Harry Potter tattoo, but I knew I wanted to get something a little less common than other H.P. tattoos I’d seen. Not that the Deathly Hallows aren’t cool, or the “always” tattoos, but I wanted something that a true H.P. fan would recognize right off the bat and something that might make others ask the significance. So that’s how I ended up with the stars from the corners of the pages. It helps to separate the people who are solely H.P. movie fans from the bookworms.

When did you get it? 

Ironically enough, I actually went with one of my good friends and we both got Harry Potter tattoos on Daniel Radcliffe’s birthday a couple of years back. It was totally unintentional and I didn’t know until I checked Twitter later that day. It was July 23, 2014, and I was 19.

Why is this image special to you?

Those books were such a big part of my childhood and experience growing up. The stars were always a welcoming and familiar sight anytime I cracked open a book from the series. I got the tattoo the summer after my first year of college, which was a particularly challenging time for me. I had a rough time with my major and ended up changing and had a falling out with my roommate. It was a very isolating time and it took a lot for me to even want to go back to the same school.

The following year the RA of my new dorm played Quidditch and after finding out that I had a Harry Potter tattoo she practically dragged me to a practice. It introduced me to so many people who I had an instant connection with. Harry Potter is unique in that way. People really connect with it and get so excited to meet people that are equally as into it.

What’s your Hogwarts house? 

I’m a proud Gryffindor.

14. Carla Dobryman’s Shield Charm

CARLA DOBRYMAN

Please describe your tattoo and its significance to the books: 

I thought about which Harry Potter symbol or quote I wanted to get for years. There were so many directions I could have taken, but I ultimately decided on a simple spell: “protego.” It is a shield charm that can be applied to many other types of charms, intended to create this magical barrier to protect something or someone from harm. It’s used in the books dozens of times, from Harry protecting himself against spells casted at him by Death Eaters and Voldemort to the barrier put up at the final Battle of Hogwarts to protect the castle.

When did you get it? 

I got it on May 30, 2012. I was 19 at the time.

Why is this image special to you?

I chose this spell for a fairly particular and intimate reason. I have suffered from depression and anxiety for the majority of my life and for a handful of my teenage years I engaged in various acts of self-harm. Right below my tattoo, you can see faint markings of previous self-harm scars. I got the tattoo right there as a reminder that I can use the resources I have and I can remind myself of the things that make me happy in order to protect myself from the “Death Eaters” in my own mind. Over the years, as my scars fade, it is a constant reminder to always protect myself and those I love from anything that makes me unhappy, uncomfortable or upset.

What’s your Hogwarts house? 

Ravenclaw, with Hufflepuff tendencies.

15. Sophie Wilson’s “All Was Well”

SOPHIE WILSON

Please describe your tattoo and its significance to the books: 

My tattoo is the last three words from the seventh Harry Potter book: “All was well.” As a child I was always a huge fan of the books. My dad and I read them together while I was growing up, and when I got old enough, I read them aloud to my entire family on road trips! When I was 8 years old, we got a puppy and I insisted we name him Harry Potter after my favorite book series. Harry and I grew up together.

When did you get it?

I had been thinking that I wanted to get a Harry Potter–inspired tattoo throughout college, but didn’t make the final decision until Harry (our dog) passed away when I was 20 years old.

Why is this image special to you?

I originally got the tattoo because I wanted to make sure I remembered Harry (my dog) every day when I saw the tattoo on my wrist. He was sick for a long time before he passed away and I spent his final minutes with him ― it seemed like a fitting reminder that in the end, everything was okay and that he lived a long and happy life. As I’ve spent more time with the tattoo, I feel like it also symbolized a a shift for me personally, from childhood to adulthood. Harry Potter (the character from the books) and my dog are such wonderful reminders of my childhood and family!

What’s your Hogwarts house? 

I would love to say Gryffindor, but I was sorted on Pottermore once and ended up in Slytherin. Not sure how that happened!

16. Miranda Martini’s Deathly Hallows

MIRANDA MARTINI

Please describe your tattoo and its significance to the books: 

The tattoo is of the Deathly Hallows — a triangle with a circle inside and a vertical line running through it. It represents the elder wand, the invisibility cloak and the resurrection stone, the three items that you must possess to master death.

When did you get it?

I got it two years ago, when I was 25 and finishing my masters in the U.K.

Why is this image special to you?

I’ve been a giant Harry Potter nerd my entire life, and when I see other people with a Deathly Hallows tattoo, I recognize them instantly as being My People. I like that feeling of community. I knew I wanted a tattoo but had been handwringing for months about what to get. Eventually I decided to let go of the idea of having “great art” on my body and just be part of a fun nerd club instead.

What’s your Hogwarts house?

#Hufflepuff4Lyfe

17. Ioné van Heerden’s “All Is Well”

IONE VAN HEERDEN

Please describe your tattoo and its significance to the books:

My tattoo is a quote from Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows. It’s the very last line in the book: “All was well.”

When did you get it?

I got it in April 2016. I was 24 at the time.

Why is this image special to you?

I have been a Harry Potter fan since the age of 10. I grew up reading the books and waited with great anticipation every time a new book was to be released. I think the reason I chose this quote is because it’s so symbolic of the fact that so many bad things happened to the characters in the books: They lost loved ones, but in the end everything was okay. I cling to that, that all will be well for me, too.

What’s your Hogwarts house? 

I am a proud Gryffindor.

18. Chris Mesler’s Deathly Hallows

CHRIS MESLER

Please describe your tattoo and its significance to the books: 

My tattoo is of the symbol of the Deathly Hallows, located on my right arm just above my wrist.

When did you get it?

I got it about a year ago now, I was 21 at the time.

Why is this image special to you?

I chose the Deathly Hallows symbol for its philosophical undertones. Someone who possesses all three is supposed to be a master of death, and to me this symbol represents my own struggle to “master” death, and come to terms with my own mortality, something that is a part of life for all of us.

What’s your Hogwarts house? 

I am a proud member of Hufflepuff and plan to get a tattoo of the crest eventually as well!

19. Elizabeth Canova’s Stars

ELIZABETH CANOVA

Please describe your tattoo and its significance to the books:

Two of my eight tattoos are Harry Potter–related. I got my first H.P. one in 2014, when I was 22. It’s a small black lightning bolt, and it was my fourth tattoo. I knew I definitely wanted something related to the series but the Deathly Hallows seemed too common and more specific to the D.H. story. My next tattoo was the one pictured above. It’s the stars in the corner of the pages of the series.

When did you get it?

I got this tattoo in September 2016, when I went to visit my cousin who lives an hour from Universal in Florida. We got our tattoos, then spent the day at Wizarding World of Harry Potter. It’s even more special that I got to share the experience with my cousin.

Why is this image special to you?

The meanings have not changed, but my feelings about them have. A lot of people don’t always draw the connection to H.P. immediately, since they are not super obvious, but those who do recognize the symbols ― it feels like a special connection, and makes me love them even more.

What’s your Hogwarts house? 

Slytherin.

20. Lindsey Ruth Wilson’s Golden Snitch

LINDSEY RUTH WILSON

Please describe your tattoo and its significance to the books:

My tiny, hidden golden snitch. Not much explanation necessary, as it’s played many vital roles in our most beloved seeker’s life.

When did you get it?

I had this done in 2010, a few days after turning 18.

Why is this image special to you?

The golden snitch held the most significance to me because it was always something that Harry was striving for. It stood for my goals and dreams: No matter how flighty and swift they may be, they are still golden. Also the words that appear near the end of Book Seven, “I open at the close,” spoke to me like nothing else had before. I was 18, my childhood was closing in, I was leaving my hometown and opening up to a new life at college in the city of my dreams. It was too perfect. Now, at 24, I can vouch that the message still holds meaning, as I’m learning and growing with life’s ebbs and flows. I may be constantly closing doors, but almost always never without opening a window.

What’s your Hogwarts house?

Gryffindor.

21. Beatriz Da Silva’s Scar And Deathly Hallows

BEATRIZ DA SILVA

Please describe your tattoo and its significance to the books:

I have two tattoos. Harry’s scar on my left wrist and the Deathly Hallows symbol on my right wrist.

When did you get it?

I got them in 2010. I had just turned 23.

Why is this image special to you?

Both images are very special to me. Harry’s scar is a reminder that all of us go through dark times, but we all have the chance to get out of these stronger if only we have friends and the necessary aid. (I had been bullied in school, so I had no friends. I started making friends when I found out on the internet that other fans were organizing events to know each other, so I went to one of these events and kept going every time there was one in the city. This was in 2006, and I’m still friends with several of them). The Deathly Hallows image is a reminder that, although we may have power, not everything is available to us. My aunt died before I got it, so I always relate the resurrection stone to her.

What’s your Hogwarts house?

Slytherin, out and proud!

22. Alisha Stewart’s Deathly Hallows

ALISHA STEWART

Please describe your tattoo and its significance to the books:

I have the Deathly Hallows symbol on my right side.

When did you get it?

I got the tattoo almost two years ago at the age of 26.

Why is this image special to you? Has its meaning changed over time? 

This image in particular was special because (in the book,) as Hermione began to tell the tale of the Peverell brothers, the presumed original owners of the hallows, I got chills. This is what I had been waiting for! All along I’d been on this journey and finally, here it was, an eery children’s bedtime turned reality and finally, it was time to end Voldemort and his crusade once and for all. While it was a symbol marked by death and destruction, to me it became a symbol of victory and triumph and a perfect ending to an adventure I had been on from fifth grade into my adulthood.

What’s your Hogwarts house? 

Gryffindor!

23. Rachael Whitman’s Plot Twist

RACHAEL WHITMAN

Please describe your tattoo and its significance to the books:

I have the word “always.” on the outside of my right wrist. Even though it may seem simple to muggles, to the Potter fans out there I think we can all agree this was one of the biggest plot twists J.K could have graced us with.

When did you get it?

I got this tattoo in February of 2016. I was 24 years old.

Why is this image special to you?

The series of events that lead to the famous conversation between Dumbledore and Snape will forever be one of the biggest plot twists in fictional history. Not only did it change Harry’s life, but it changed mine. It allowed me to understand that love was strong, unwavering and infallible, but at the same time it was dark, painful and daunting. I was able to sympathize with this concept and I still hold it dear to my heart today. If you look up the word “always” in the dictionary you will find the definition is “forever; continually,” and to me that’s what love is. Whether it’s blissful or painful, it’s always.

What’s your Hogwarts house?

Alas, I am a proud Slytherin and I carry the wand of Narcissa Malfoy.

24. Hannah Maryan’s “HP”

HANNAH MARYAN

Please describe your tattoo and its significance to the books:

I have a small “HP” stick-and-poke on the side of my middle finger on my left hand. The H.P. stands for Harry Potter, obviously, as a reference to the books and the boy. But because it’s just initials, it can still be slightly secret for the squares and nonbelievers.

When did you get it?

I must’ve been 19 or 20 years old, so around 2008 or 2009. I started by giving the stick-and-poke to myself, but it hurt so badly I had to stop and left half an “H” on my finger for a long time. My ex-boyfriend/best friend finished the tattoo one night about a year later in his bed where he lived in the living room of an apartment on Haight Street in San Francisco. It hurt less when he did it.

Why is this image special to you?

I love the Harry Potter books (duh) and they always helped me through hard times. I have learned so much from reading them over and over and over. So I wanted a little tattoo to commemorate my love for the books; however, I didn’t want anything too obvious so I chose the “HP” instead of a Deathly Hallows or dark mark or something. Most people don’t know it stands for Harry Potter and assume it stands for Hewlett Packard (like, what?) or when I’m in Spain, “hijo de puta,” which is kinda funny, but I’m not that crude. A couple years later I gave my cousin a matching stick-and-poke in a hotel room over Christmas in Granada, Spain. She has an “RW” for Ron Weasley in the same place. Certainly the meaning has changed over time; not only is it a reminder of my one true consistent friend, the HP book series, it’s a connection to my best friend who hasn’t talked to me in three years, and an expression of cousinly love.

Which house is your Hogwarts house?

Def Ravenclaw, because I’m a Latin teacher/grad student (although I wish it were Gryffindor, but I’m not that brave).

Priscilla Frank

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