1playfulgal 39F
7112 posts
7/16/2005 11:34 pm

Last Read:
3/5/2006 9:27 pm


Ok so you have no idea what i'm so excited about...


came out today...Went out and bought it first thing and that is how i spent day off...drove out to a park...Sat in the sunshine...well semi-sunshine anyway and read to my hearts content...

I admit it i am a Harry Potter nut...i love it...

JK Rowling is amazing...when you think about how much stuff she just invented for these books...where did it all come from...i can only dream of being a fraction of a writer as she is...

Come on all you Harry Potter lovers out there...cause i know i'm not the only one...

What do you love about it...

What is your favourite...

Wasn't it heartbreaking when Sirius Died...

Yeah i know its only a book...but hey we all need our escapes from reality...

bloater999 54M

7/17/2005 2:38 am

Personally I'm Pottered out, but I guess I'll catch the movie when it finally arrives

spikeryder 49M

7/17/2005 3:09 am

I'm Not into Harry Potter, keep meaning to read one but as the list gets longer it gets more daunting to start. From what I know they seem fun and anything that encourages reading has got to be a good thing.
I was into the hichhickers guide to the galaxy books and remember the exitment when a new one came out...so have fun, playful gal and enjoy...

rm_PiercedCock0 35M
2 posts
7/17/2005 3:22 am

I bought it yesterday fist thing also, I will be spending the rest of my day reading what I started then. I have loved Harry Potter since the first time I read Philosophers Stone. I can't wait to finish reading this one!

hard081000 38M
1 post
7/17/2005 4:02 am

wow.love ur bum.I could play with you for hours wilt you read harry potter!

alice593 71M

7/17/2005 7:40 am

I saw on Harry Potter movie, don't remember which one, but it was interesting. Nice to watch a movie and relax.

rm_DDL007 39M

7/17/2005 7:54 am

Hey, love the potter films, but more of a James Patterson man myself, now that bloke can write. I do agree that JK has an amazing immagination, and if I get the time I will read one of her books cuz Im curious.

acuriousboy 46M
1 post
7/17/2005 8:03 am

i am also into harry potter but hey would rather be in you

joey0845 71M

7/17/2005 8:57 am

I don't even know who Harry Potter is. I wouldn't know him if I fell over him. What attracted me to all of this was your fantastic photograph which shows your behind. Wow!!!! You look amazing. All I can say is if you like Harry Potter then that's great. Keep showing us shots like that and eventually I could very much become a Harry Potter fan. Where do i sign up?

rm_liquidluver 51M
33 posts
7/17/2005 9:42 am

I really like Harry Potter too. I thought he was the best character of the bunch when I used to watch. Like the time when his horse got sick and and Hawkeye and B.J. had to give him an enema. And then the way that he always looked out for Radar O-Reilly, and treated him like the son he never had. Yeah, that Colonel Harry Potter on M*A*S*H was reall something special!

Lipator 56M
71 posts
7/17/2005 12:09 pm

Yes there is something strangely attractive about the Harry Potter books. I really don't know what it is. I have read them all, not the 1/2 Blood Prince. I guess the mix of magic and other worldliness, of the books bring me back to read them. Very sad about Sirius. Will Harry ever get nice substitute parents. Maybe his own, who knows.

rm_randy_elmo 30M

7/17/2005 12:34 pm

i am also a harry potter fan i love it, i know i felt well bad when sirus died, espesialy after the third book denied him to live with harry i just love how even tho its not real, i could so be real if you get what i mean...an i dont no about every one else, but i would love to be hary he is so cool..im getting my book tommorow

johnnyfluxus 32M
6 posts
7/17/2005 1:48 pm

although i'm not really drawn to the potter creation and franchise i do appreciate & acknowledge the amount of creativity it takes to invent such things. My favourite book is 'denial' by keith ablow, read it? Most of my writing is fluxus inspired, very abstract and unusual. Well, toodle-pip!

rm_juicylucy2u 51F
1 post
7/17/2005 2:53 pm

Hi, just finished the book...I loved it...roll on the next one.

rm_XmikX 39M
2 posts
7/17/2005 4:13 pm

I haven't read any of the books yet. There has been such a fuss about them I have to check it out when i finish some of my other books. I've noticed though that the back story to Harry [parents killed, destined to be the greatest wizard ever] and his appearance are very, very similar to a comic book series called 'The Books of Magic.' Originally created and written by Neil Gaiman [a favorite author of mine] and is now written by John Ney Reiber. A highly entertaining series worth checking out.

messinaroundwu 40M
2 posts
7/18/2005 12:41 am

YEAH, i like the show to.
i would like to show you some magic with my magic stick (he he)
I bet your a good little witch (ha ha) just kidding
it sure would br fun to go on an adventure with you

rm_3975673 43M
1 post
7/18/2005 1:11 am


CuteAZguy27 39M
1545 posts
7/18/2005 7:02 am

.....Sirius Died ?


1playfulgal 39F
1828 posts
7/18/2005 1:00 pm


Even though i do have the movies i would much prefer to curl up with the books...


I didn't start reading them until the 4th book came out so i know what you mean...but they are well worth the read...


gald to hear i'm not the only one...

1playfulgal 39F
1828 posts
7/18/2005 1:03 pm




what was it about? I could prabably tell you which one it was...


I think its something you should read just for the experience...especially if you have a good imagination...because it can tranport you into that world of Hogwarts...

1playfulgal 39F
1828 posts
7/18/2005 1:05 pm


cute...very cute...


thanks for the compliment...BTW you are missing out...


that would be Sherman Potter...

1playfulgal 39F
1828 posts
7/18/2005 1:08 pm

Lipator and randy_elmo

i actually had tears in my eyes...when i read about Sirius dying...I know its just a story but after 5 books you get so attached to the character...well atleast i do...


Never heard of that author...what kind of books does he write...what genre are his books in?

1playfulgal 39F
1828 posts
7/18/2005 1:12 pm


Wow...finished already...that was fast...i'm almost done...probably stay up late tonight finishing it...


so far it is very good...although my favourite is still the Order of The Phoenix...


Interesting...i'm not much of a comic reader...but it sounds like it might be worth checking out...

1playfulgal 39F
1828 posts
7/18/2005 1:15 pm

messinaroundwu and Ohsodarnhard

A little off topic but thanks for the compliment...

[memebr 3975673]

Rivetedboy and CuteAZguy27

you guys are a little out of the loop inf you don't know that...he died in the fifth book that came out last year...

ffdarkwolfe 39M
12 posts
7/18/2005 4:16 pm

Just started reading it yesterday, only got a couple chapters in. I like how she builds the characters with each new book, HP and the gang are now 16 and JK Rowling is really great at showing how they are aging throughout the books. It's said because she said in many interviews that the 7th book will definitely be the last. Well, whatever happens I'm sold on her as an author.


hardtoland 29M
51 posts
7/18/2005 6:45 pm

I'm also a Potter fan, what inspired to read it was when I saw a program about J.K. Rowling.

Did you know that she was living in her car and she had the first two stories written on cocktail napkins and scratch paper.

Now she has more money than the Queen of England

well if you didn't, now you do

Holt27 39M
1 post
7/18/2005 7:42 pm

I have loved the whole lot! I started before the second book was released and have been a hooked fan ever since
I finished the blood prince yesterday and have been dying to find someone to chat with about it drop me a line

HiddenJarOfFun 37M

7/20/2005 5:49 am

The one thing I did enjoy about Harry Potter is that J K Rowling really takes you back to what it was like to be a kid. I remember the first days of Middle/High school where I was a mite in a land of giants. That's pretty much the same thing with these kids but for them on a grander scale. Yet the situation is the same none the less. Still, JK Rowling does a lot with her books to describe life events such as the arrogance of some wizards and witches towards others outside of their world; as well as within such as the house Elves and Centuars. While at the other end how friends have roller coaster days. But the books are enjoyable and their getting kids to read in an age where video games rule the nest.

If anyone is looking for a more adult book series try the Sword of Truth series by Terry Goodkind. Lets me just say it's written purely for adults and I read Wizards First Rule when I was 14. I was blushing at times. Took me a month to finish because I wasn't a good reader. Now I finish books like the Order of the Phoenix and Chainfire in under 5 days. Of course I'm up till 4 am

1playfulgal 39F
1828 posts
7/20/2005 9:25 pm


I too am sold on her...i hope even though the 7th book will be her last that she will create a new series and continue writing...


I did know that...she is an amazing lady...i can only hope to be half the writier and person that she is...

1playfulgal 39F
1828 posts
7/20/2005 9:36 pm


I must say that when i first read this...i was thinkin why are you so eager to chat about it...now having finished the book i can see why...i was totally stunned...almost schocked...at the ending...


Interesting perspective...i didn't even think of that aspect of it...i will have to check out that series you wrote of...


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