Misconceptions of Ravencalws

The Hogwarts’ houses come with stereotypes, and thus some misconceptions and generalizations of the students. As a Ravenclaw myself, I decided to set some things straight when it comes to my house.

We’re Unemotional

We are analytical and logical, yes, but not unemotional. We are very passionate about our interests and ideas. If it doesn’t interest us, we don’t really care about it, which is probably where the idea of us being unemotional comes from.

We Love School

There is a lot about school we really hate. If the subject bores us, the standards and testing, and the time away from our own projects to name a few. We do enjoy learning, but on what we enjoy.

We’re Know-It-Alls

We don’t really want to know it all, because we will run out of things to learn. We do learn, read, practice, ad grow our knowledge, so we know quite a lot of stuff, but not everything.

We Isolate Ourselves

Again, we surround ourselves in our interests, so if you and I don’t have things in common I won’t really want to spend time with you. But if we share interests, you better expect me to talk to you about it a lot.

We’re Weird

Ravenclaws are typically known as being unique and quirky, because we explore so many interests and hobbies. We’re interesting, not weird, and you can still relate to us.

What House are you in? Leave me a comment!

Go check out the Slytherin, Hufflepuff, and Gryffindor posts as well.

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