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Harry Potter’s Parents Death

October 31, 2011 by staff 

Harry Potter's Parents DeathHarry Potter’s Parents Death, If you ever need concrete evidence that the Harry Potter and its characters (including the dead) will never die, this could be.

On Monday morning, “RIP Lily and James Potter” became a trending topic on Twitter, in commemoration marking the 30th anniversary of the death of the parents of Harry Potter.

The couple later, as we all know, died defending his infant son against whom Must Not Be Named. The fans, who are planning a moment of silence at 3 pm Twitter, messages sent as: “Thirty years ago today Lily and James sacrificed their lives for their son, Harry, could live. RIP James and Lily Potter “and” It’s 3 decades since his mother’s sacrifice saved Harry and the downfall of Lord Voldemort. RIP James and Lily Potter, “while another said:” RIP James and Lily Potter, but also, happy birthday Peter Jackson! An eventful day for the history nerd, Halloween is. “(Although Roots drummer Questlove had a different perspective on the outpouring of grief on social networking site”, “RIP James and Lily Potter” REASONS You are unique. “)

Although I’m not planning a vigil, Internet or otherwise, for James and Lily Potter (as Chandler Bing argues about the sadness of the death of Bambi’s mother, “Yes, it was very sad when the man stopped drawing the deer “), which made me think about how often this sort of thing happens with pop culture enthusiasts. Are you thinking about having a piece of cake to celebrate the wedding anniversary (also 30 years!) Of Luke and Laura on November 17? Did you hang out at your local mall on October 26 in the faint hope that the DeLorean would be presented? On May 4 will be to buy something a little Cece Halpert for her second birthday?

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