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Halo_Jones

Harry Potter

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I saw the new Harry Potter film on Friday, and I have to say, it is very good. The Weaselys house is perfect :mrgreen: and the giant spiders are very scarey :s4

A definite must see, just don't take the kids :mrgreen:

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:mrgreen: :mrgreen: Well Rhiannon is a little too young to go yet so I'll haveto go and see it so we know if to get the dvd :twisted: :P

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I have no choice in the matter . Not with 2 Harry Potter crazy boys in the house ... * This is where the cheesy smilie goes ..( dag nabbit) *

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Saw Harry Potter the other nite and thought it excellent, especially the spider scene and the Quidditch game.

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I can't wait to see it...must go with my girlfriend... :sk

Hey CW...I find Rhiannon is a wonderfull name...where does it come from and what does it mean? I'm not very familiar with everything celtic!

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Ronin6th

The name Rhiannon is welsh, and it means 'Fair Maiden' and is the name of a princess in the Mabinogion, it is possibly derived from the old British goddess Rigantona meaning Moon Goddess.

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Thanls again for those precisions Al !!! Is there a thing in the Universe that you don't know??? smile.gif

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