||[Jun. 6th, 2004|01:57 am]
|[||the toads are singing
I would just like to say that I love you all to death.
So much fun today! Hopefully I'll have pictures soon. If anyone saw me, I was the girl in the green cloak, waistcoat, Ravenclaw tie. Oh, and I was with Colin Creevey, James Potter, Lily Evans, Gryffindor Student #34, A Severely Messed-Up Harry Potter, My Sister Who Was Wearing The Same Thing That I Was But Hufflepuffly, and...you may have seen her, the girl wearing ( this shirtCollapse ). Those of you in costume, I salute you!
I swear, any of the weird looks that we may have gotten at Penn and on the subway were TOTALLY worth it after, once we passed Barnes and Noble, people started clapping and cheering. If any of you were in that group, you made us so so happy. Yes we are geeks, but we are so proud!
I think I might have seen meshell_mybell, but we were too shy to approach you! Our Colin was randomly saying "LiveJournal. LiveJournal." in hopes that someone would respond (we so sad), but alas, it wasn't to be.
And the movie, well. Adoration, adoration, adoration, lupinmaybeapedophilebutihearthimsomuchandheandsiriusaretehgay! There is nothing better than being in a theatre with 600 other obsessed fans who go wild every time there is the slightest bit of sexual tension! I was sitting next Severely Messed-Up Harry Potter, and after a while, he just leaned over to me and said "Man, I love this director!" Oh, he's so shippy and he doesn't even know it yet! I don't care if everything "wasn't canon" because that's not going to kill the movie for me. Sure, I would have liked certain things to have been included, but what matters to me is that it was a good movie, not just a slavishly faithful flip-book.
Long Island Harry Potter geeks represen', yo! Weeerrrrrd