What do you think of people who have only seen the HP movies and still claim they are 'true harry potter fans?' Oh and do you have the british verisions or USA verisons
People should be able to like whatever they like no matter who they are or what their circumstances are without being judged by anyone, especially the people who also like those things. If I were having a conversation with one of these people, I would probably suggest that they read the books if they really love the movies, since there is so much more great stuff in the books and they would probably love them too, but it is not my place to decide how true of a fan anyone is and it's up to them if they'd rather not read them. Maybe they have a disability that makes reading difficult. Maybe they're busy saving the world or doing something equally as important and don't have time for a lengthy book series. Maybe they just don't want to. I don't think that anyone should stop them from loving the things they love.
I have a few sets of the US versions, a full set of the British versions, and when we were in London this summer we bought a few copies of the UK books with new covers.
I'm a sophomore in college right now, and I really hate it. I just hate college and I know that I am never going to do anything with my degree, and the only reason that I am going to college is because of (a) social expectations and (b) a safety net in case one day I'll need a job that requires a college degree. But the truth is that I feel like I'm wasting my time and money, and I think about dropping out every day.
You have mentioned before how much you disliked your college experience, and as far as I know you're not using your degree for anything. So I was wondering: do you regret going to college? Do you wish that you had just not gone, or dropped out? Or was it worth it?
I'm just having a really tough time, because I don't want to spend all this time and money on something that's not going to be worth anything to me in the future.
Thanks so much for your time!
I would like you to know to know that I you're actually one of my role models (no pressure xD). Your style and musical (not to mention crafting) talent, your whole demeanor, I want to be a lot like you when I grow up. I wanted to know if you had any advice for a 15 (and a half) year old girl wanting to be like yourself. I'm home schooled, and I live state side, and I'm as nerdy as they come :).