Thursday, May 4, 2017

Harry Potter Moment #191

Harry Potter Moment of the Week 
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Hello Potterheads and May the 4th be with my fellow Star Wars fans and geeks alike! We've got another impossible ''would you rather'' scenario today so let's get to it:

Would you rather take Transfiguration class through McGonagall or Dumbledore? 

Oh man, don't make me choose!  Can't it be both?!  I want to study under both of these amazing mentors. I know Dumbledore had the post of Transfiguration Professor before McGonagall so wouldn't it be great to have started off with Dumbledore and then halfway through our Magical education, Dumbledore would have become Headmaster and we would have finished off with McGonagall?  THAT's the dream.  If I *have* to choose, I'd go with McGonagall because I love and admire her but also because I think she's a brilliant Transfiguration Professor and I need that in my life. I will add however that I hope that Dumbledore will take me under his wing for private tutoring ;)

What about you? Dumbledore or McGonagall?


  1. YES! We did have similar ideas this week :D I'd want some training from both even if it's not transfiguration that Dumbledore teaches. I like your idea of having both half and half! That would be the ideal world.

  2. May the 4th be with you, too! :D

    I love your answer to this question; it's definitely the best of both worlds! Getting taught by both of them - now that's a dream team!

  3. I have no idea what the Transfiguration is but I'll go with both since I know they both rock. :) I did read the first book and I liked that McG could turn into a cat. :)


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