Eliza Lupin [Contact
I'm officially Wenglish (Born in England to a entire Welsh family, minus a relative or two). It's actually quite confusing , people from Wales say I sound English but people from England say I sound Welsh. I Moved to Wales when I was 9 and lived here ever since, I am not however going to stay in Wales forever, I'd like to go to Scotland and Ireland, then I'd have lived everywhere in Britain.
If anyone asks though, instead of giving them a biography or debate I just say I'm a Witch. They usually back away slowly claiming me insane. I however know that's not true.
I lived with Harry for, admittedly not very long, just two years, but he helped me through a real hard time of my short life. I really can relate to him, in more ways than one, and unfortunately not the good ways.
I get very defensive over Harry Potter if ever someone belittles it, but I guess so does every Potterhead.
Harry Potter also opened me up to Gingerism ( I'm still not quite sure if it's a word) through my love of the Weasley's, if you offend someone with Ginger hair about their hair colour, I immediately think less of you for it, and never fully forgive you. I have lost many friends that way.
I don't like anything non cannon - Draco/Hermione, Draco/Harry, Harry/Hermione because that's not the way it was intended to be, and I really couldn't even imagine Draco forgetting all his beliefs to go out with a muggle-born, nor Harry and Hermione getting together given their 'sibling type' relationship. I also don't believe for a second that Draco could be made Head Boy with Hermionie, McGonagall would never give him a privalage he dosen't deserve. I don't really like Draco he's a bully and a coward, he should just sit in the corner and eat humble pie.
I also don't read Next Generation, I'll read about Teddy or about Ron, Hermione, Harry and Ginny raising their children but I don't like to see them grown up as it makes the trio look like their adventures are over and for me they never can be.
I do however read Post Hogwarts and Marauders as they have the best characters.
The name Eliza comes from Elizabeth, a name which I once used to deflate some boy that asked me out, I'm holding out for a Weasley.
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