Mutters to self: I before E except after C...
I just had a quick question about the rooms of the Shrieking Shack.
Supposedly it is like a 2-story house, correct? But we only ever see two rooms - the main room where the passageway lets out, and the upstairs room with the four-poster bed. (Not counting the hallway or landing as rooms, obviously)
Do you think it plausible that there are any other rooms in the 'shack' besides these two? Or did Dumbledore have it built just to be the right size to contain a werewolf and that is all? No bathrooms, no kitchen, no dining room... although it certainly does seem large enough to have all of these things, but I guess they wouldn't really have a purpose with no one there to use them... But then again, the bed doesn't really have a purpose either unless he thought that Werewolf Remus might want a break from harming himself to take little a nap? I don't know...
Anyway, what do you think?
LOL (Lots of Love),
- Ms. M