Yes! Today it’s my Birthday!
So Happy Birthday to me! This week I can be online so I see you on Saturday! (I’m traveling )
My father buy a lot of Harry Potter presents so when I come back I update my Collectibles page: https://hpandmore.wordpress.com/gallery/my-hp-collection/
And I update the recipes page with the pic of my B-Day cake !
So, for my birthday, I want to give away (each of which enjoys this blog) a comment on each page, which has no comments! Thank you very much! And I hope ye abide my desire!Thank you all for supporting my blog! Please I know it’s a stupid present but it’s important to me so please do it! 😛
PS: The part gonna be the 17th of December at 8 Pm my time (If this time doesn’t work I can change it! )
Post a comment here: https://hpandmore.wordpress.com/acww-fans/party/ saying if you wanna go to my party!
mmmmm….. lovely cake!
Harry Potter lego and Pottermore Photos:
Here you have some funny Pottermore pics.
Not all the pics are official so I don’t know if all are of the real Pottermore, by the way I think you can have an idea about pottermore!
Here you have some HP funny pics!
PARSELTONGUE!What’s parseltongue………?? Parseltongue is the language of serpents (as well as other magical serpent-based creatures, like the Runespoor) and those who can converse with them. An individual who can speak Parseltongue is known as a Parselmouth. It is a very uncommon skill, and is typically hereditary. Nearly all known Parselmouths are descended from Salazar Slytherin with Harry Potter being the notable exception. Parseltongue is, when spoken, a hissing sound, similar to that of a snake; as such, normal people cannot understand it. Aside from serpent-based creatures, Parselmouths can communicate with each other with the language, as Harry understood Tom Riddle‘s commands to Salazar Slytherin’s basilisk, and the House of Gaunt communicate with each other almost exclusively in Parseltongue. While inherited, Parseltongue usually requires the speaker to face a snake-based creature or object shaped like a snake (i.e. a carving), the Gaunt family was very proficient in the language – enough so for Morfin to speak to Bob Ogden with it. The ability to actually speak Parseltongue — not just imitate it as Ron Weasley did — is considered an attribute of a Dark Wizard, which is partly due to the fact that both Salazar Slytherin and Lord Voldemort possessed this ability. Another notable Dark Wizard who was also a Parselmouth was Herpo the Foul. However, as Albus Dumbledore pointed out, there are Parselmouths among the good as well, the most well-known of which was Harry Potter. Paracelsus a notable alchemist and a “medical genius” is credited with the discovery of Parseltongue in the sixteenth century, despite the existance of speakers like Herpo the Foul or Salazar Slytherin in the classical © HarryPotterWiki
Go here to translate the parseltongue!
Here you can se the image of the transletor:
This translator is a game or aplication of this page: http://harrypotterthequest.com