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1. “You’ll soon find out that some wizarding families are better than others, Potter. You don’t wanna go making friends with the wrong sort. I can help you there.”

2. “Longbottom, if brains were gold, you’d be poorer than Weasley, and that’s saying something.”

3. “I’m Draco Malfoy, I’m Draco, I’m on your side!”

4. “Excuse me, Professor, perhaps I heard you wrong. I thought you said the four of us.”

5. “Oh, this is Crabbe and this is Goyle, and my name’s Malfoy, Draco Malfoy.”

6. “Honestly, Goyle, if you were any slower, you’d be going backwards.”

7. “My father and I have a bet, you see. I don’t think you’re gonna last 10 minutes in this tournament. He disagrees. He thinks you won’t last five!”

8. “Father says it’s a crime if I’m not picked to play for my House, and I must say, I agree. Know what House you’ll be in yet? Well, no one really knows until they get there, do they, but I know I’ll be in Slytherin, all our family have been.”

9. “Bet you loved that, didn’t you, Potter? Famous Harry Potter, can’t even go to a bookshop without making the front page.”

10. “Most of the time, I think you have to make a choice, at a certain point, of the man you want to be. And I will tell you at that time, you need a parent or a friend. And if you’ve learnt to hate your parent by then and you have no friends, then you’re all alone.”

11. “Of course, it’s not what you know, it’s who you know.”

12. “Hermione Granger, I’m being bossed around by Hermione Granger. And I’m mildly enjoying it.”

13. “You, the three of you, you shone, you know? You liked each other. You had fun. I envied those friendships more than anything else.”

14. “We haven’t become anything—we simply are as we are.”


15. “Weasley, you weren’t thinking of wearing these, were you? I mean, they were very fashionable in about 1890.”

16. “Father always said that Dumbledore was the worst thing that ever happened to this place.”

17. “Red hair, and a hand-me-down robe. You must be a Weasley!”

18. “The forest? I thought that was a joke! We can’t go in there, students aren’t allowed! And there are werewolves!”

19. “Why are you wearing glasses? Reading? I didn’t know you could read.”

20. “Potter! Is it true you fainted? I mean, you actually fainted?”

21. “We have to find them—if it takes centuries, we must find our sons.”

22. “Okay. Then I get Fang!”

23. “It comes and it goes. Still, I consider myself lucky. If it wasn’t for Madame Pomfrey, another minute or two and I could have lost my arm—couldn’t possibly do any homework for weeks.”

24. “Shame, it doesn’t come with a parachute, in case you get too near a dementor.”

25. “You’d better hurry up, they’ll be waiting for ‘the Chosen Captain’—’The Boy Who Scored’—whatever they call you these days.”

26. “The last time the Chamber of Secrets was opened, a Mudblood died. So it’s only a matter of time before one of them is killed this time. As for me, I hope it’s Granger.”

27. “When the Dark Lord takes over, is he going to care how many O.W.L.s or N.E.W.T.s anyone’s got? Of course he isn’t. It’ll be all about the kind of service he received, the level of devotion he was shown.”

28. “You don’t know what I’m capable of, you don’t know what I’ve done!”

29. “Oh, look, Potter, you got yourself a girlfriend!”

30. “Training for the ballet, Potter?”

31. “Imagine being in Hufflepuff, I think I’d leave, wouldn’t you?”

32. “No one asked your opinion, you filthy little Mudblood.”

33. “This class is ridiculous.” 

34. “I do feel sorry for all those people who have to stay at Hogwarts for Christmas because they’re not wanted at home.”

35. “You know how I think they choose people for the Gryffindor team? It’s people they feel sorry for. See, there’s Potter, who’s got no parents, then there’s the Weasleys, who’ve got no money—you should be on the team, Longbottom, you’ve got no brains.”

36. “So, even if that overgrown moron does show up again, he’ll probably be sent packing straight away.”

37. “I’ve never seen a worse Keeper, but then, he was born in a bin. Did you like my lyrics, Potter?”

38. “Look at the state of his robes, he dresses like our old house elf.”

39. “Weasley would like a signed photo, Potter. It’d be worth more than his family’s whole house.”

40. “Enemies of the Heir, beware! You’ll be next, Mudbloods!”

41. “You’re gonna regret this, you and your bloody chicken!”

42. “My father will hear about this!”

43. “But I got this far, didn’t I? They thought I’d die in the attempt, but I’m here, and you’re in my power. I’m the one with the wand, you’re at my mercy.”

44. “Oh yeah, terribly funny, really witty. God, this place has gone to the dogs. Wait until my father hears that Dumbledore’s got this oaf teaching classes.”

45. “Wait ’til my father hears about this! This is servant’s stuff!”

46. “I’m not afraid! It’s you who should be scared!”

47. “You’re going to pay. I’m going to make you pay for what you’ve done to my father.”

48. “New Head, new times. Be good now, Potty, Weasel King.”

49. “Well, just watch yourself, Potter, because I’ll be dogging your footsteps in case you step out of line.”

50. “You’re not dangerous at all, are you? You great ugly brute!”

51. “It’s killed me! It’s killed me!”

52. “Did you see his face? Maybe if the fat lump had given this a squeeze, he’d have remembered to fall on his fat ass.”

53. “Ok, ok! I was gate crashing. Happy?”

54. “Quick! Not a word to anyone. Understood?”

55. “We wanted to write another couple of verses, but we couldn’t find rhymes for fat and ugly. We wanted to sing about his mother, see.”

56. “Everyone queue up! Harry Potter’s giving out signed photos!”

57. “Well, I can certainly see why we’re trying to keep them alive. Who wouldn’t want pets that can burn, sting, and bite all at once?”

58. “We can hug too, if you like.”

59. “Flipendo! Keep up, old man.”

60. “You see, I, unlike you, have been made a prefect, which means that I, unlike you, have the power to hand out punishments.”

61. “You see, Weasley, unlike some, my father can afford the best.”

62. “Then I’m going to drag them off to look at racing brooms, I don’t see why the first years can’t have their own. I think I’ll bully Father into getting me one, and I’ll smuggle it in somehow.”

63. “Father and I are in the minister’s box, by personal invitation of Cornelius Fudge himself.”

64. “I mean, I might not even be at Hogwarts next year, what’s it matter to me if some fat old has-been likes me or not?”

65. “Scared, Potter?”

66. “Nice face, Potter!”

67. “All right there, Scarhead?”

68. “The dementors send their love, Potter!”

69. “You’re dead, Potter.”

70. “Think my name’s funny, do you? No need to ask who you are. My father told me all the Weasleys have red hair, freckles, and more children than they can afford.”

71. “Really, Weasley? Are we going to do this friend shit? We agreed to be civil, not friends. Because if you’re going to do this friend bollocks every time I see you, I’ll just fling myself off a cliff right now.”

72. “You two shopping for your new dream home? Bit grand for you, isn’t it, Weasel-bee? Don’t your family all sleep in one room?”

73. “What would you know about it, Weasley? You couldn’t afford the handle. I suppose you and your brothers have to save up, twig by twig.”

74. “Are you trying to earn some extra money, Weasley? Hoping to be gamekeeper yourself when you leave Hogwarts, I suppose. That hut of Hagrid’s must seem like a palace compared to what your family’s used to.”

75. “Not as surprised as I am to see you in a shop, Weasley. I suppose your parents will go hungry for a month to pay for all those.”

76. “Well, look who it is, Potty and the Weasel. I heard your father finally got his hands on some gold this summer, Weasley. Did your mother die of shock?”

77. “Be careful, Weasley. You don’t want to start any trouble, or your mommy’ll have to come and take you away from school.”

78. “But you like the Weasleys, don’t you, Potter? Spend holidays there and everything, don’t you? Can’t see how you stand the stink, but I suppose when you’ve been dragged up by Muggles, even the Weasley’s hovel smells okay.”

79. “What’s that Weasley’s riding? Why would anyone put a Flying Charm on a moldy old log like that?”

80. “It is exceptionally lonely being Draco Malfoy. I will always be suspected. There is no escaping the past.”

81. “I never realized, though, that by hiding him away from this gossiping, judgmental world, I ensured that would emerge shrouded in worse suspicion than I ever endured.”

82. “I virtually lived in the Room of Hidden Things all last year.”

83. “And being alone—that’s so hard. I was alone. And it sent me to a truly dark place. For a long time, Tom Riddle was a lonely child. You may not understand, Harry, but I do.”

84. “Astoria always knew that she was not destined for old age. She wanted me to have somebody when she left.”

85. “Someone’s dead, one of your people. I don’t know who, it was dark. I stepped over the body. I was supposed to be waiting up here when you got back, only your Phoenix lot got in the way.”

86. “Maybe you’d rather not risk your neck. Want to leave it to the dementors, do you? But if it was me, I’d want revenge. I’d hunt him down myself.”

87. “I don’t need your help! Don’t you understand? I have to do this! I have to kill you, or he’s gonna kill me!”

88. “I haven’t got any options! I’ve got to do it! He’ll kill me! He’ll kill my whole family!”

89. “Defense Against the Dark Arts—it’s all just a joke, isn’t it, an act? Like any of us need protecting against the Dark Arts.”

90. “Looks like you’ll have to break it, then, because I don’t need your protection! It’s my job. He gave it to me and I’m doing it. I’ve got a plan and it’s going to work. It’s just taking a bit longer than I thought it would.”

91. “Stand back. Line up against the back wall. Don’t try anything, or I’ll kill you!”

92. “The Dark Lord wants him alive.”

93. “Don’t kill him!”

94. “The door, get to the door, the door! What are you doing, what are you doing? The door’s that way!”

95. “It’s true then, what they’re saying on the train. Harry Potter has come to Hogwarts.”

96. “Is it true? They’re saying all down the train that Harry Potter’s in this compartment. So it’s you, is it?”

97. “I don’t care what you did or who you saved, you are a constant curse on my family, Harry Potter.”

98. “What’s the good of that if I’m not on the House team? Harry Potter got a Nimbus Two Thousand last year, special permission from Dumbledore so he could play for Gryffindor, he’s not even that good. It’s just because he’s famous—famous for having a stupid scar on his forehead. Everyone thinks he’s so smart—wonderful Potter with his scar and his broomstick.”

99. “I’m surprised the Ministry’s still letting you walk around free, Potter. You better enjoy it while you can. I expect there’s a cell in Azkaban with your name on it.”

100. “Didn’t mommy ever tell you it was rude to eavesdrop, Potter? Petrificus Totalus! Oh yeah. She was dead before you could wipe the drool off your chin.”

101. “Don’t you dare insult my mother, Potter.”

102. “Or perhaps you can remember what your mother’s house stank like, Potter, and Weasley’s pigsty reminds you of it.”

103. “I’d be careful if I were you, Potter. Unless you’re a bit politer, you’ll go the same way as your parents. They didn’t know what was good for them either. You hang around with riffraff like the Weasleys and that Hagrid, and it’ll rub off on you.”

104. “Jealous? Of what? I don’t want a foul scar right across my head, thanks. I don’t think getting your head cut open makes you that special, myself.”

105. “You’ve picked the losing side, Potter! I warned you! I told you you ought to choose your company more carefully, remember? When we met on the train, first day at Hogwarts? I told you not to hang around with riffraff like this!”

106. “Hey, Potter! Potter! How’s your head? You feeling all right? Sure you’re not going to go berserk on us?”

107. “And as for Potter, my father says it’s a matter of time before the ministry has him carted off to St. Mungo’s. Apparently, they’ve got a special ward for people whose brains have been addled by magic.”

108. “Tell me, how does it feel being second-best to Weasley, Potter?”

109. “That’s my wand you’re holding, Potter.”

110. “Now, do you really want to finish that sentence, Granger?”

111. “You’re joking, Weasley? You’re not telling me someone’s asked that to the ball, not the long-molared Mudblood!”

112. “Want one, Granger? I’ve got loads, but don’t touch my hand now, I’ve just washed it. You see, don’t want a Mudblood slimming it up.”

113. “If you’re wondering what the smell is, Mother, a Mudblood just walked in.”

114. “Who blacked your eye, Granger? I want to send them flowers.”

115. “Montague’s just been found in a toilet, Sir.”

116. “That was for my father. Enjoy your ride back to London.”

117. “What’d I tell you? Complete nutter.”

118. “I heard he’s a sort of savage—lives in a hut in the school grounds, and every now and then he gets drunk, tries to do , and ends up setting fire to his bed.”

119. “But we don’t feel like leaving, do we, boys? We’ve eaten all our food, and you still seem to have some.”

120. “Of course, if it was me, I’d have done something before now. I wouldn’t be staying in school like a good boy, I’d be out there looking for him.”

121. “Have you ever seen anything quite as pathetic? And he’s supposed to be our teacher!”

122. “Take this thing for a walk? And where exactly are we supposed to fix the leash? Around the sting, the blasting end, or the sucker?”

123. “I might have—er—moved on to bigger and better things.”

124. “You have something of mine, I’d like it back. It doesn’t quite understand me, know what I mean?”

125. “If you wreck the room, you might bury this diadem thing!”

126. “Quidditch. But I wasn’t good enough. Mainly, I wanted to be happy.”

127. “Got your autograph books? Better get a signature now, because I doubt he’s going to be around much longer. Half the Triwizard champions have died. How long d’you reckon you’re going to last, Potter? Ten minutes into the first task’s my bet.”

128. “Arthur Weasley loves Muggles so much he should snap his wand in half and go and join them. You’d never know the Weasleys were pure-bloods, the way they behave.”

129. “And there’s the picture, Weasley! A picture of your parents outside their house—if you can call it a house. Your could do with losing a bit of weight, couldn’t she?”


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