I speak now, Pottermore, directly to you. You have permitted your servers to crash for you for you rather than face me yourself. I shall wait one hour in Tumblr. If at the end of that hour, you have not come to me, have not loaded, the battle recommences. This time, I shall enter the internet myself, Pottermore, and I shall find you, and I shall punish every sevrver, flicking 15 seconds times, and support message who has tried to conceal you from me. One hour.
In Order of the Phoenix, when Molly Weasley tries to defeat a boggart, it transforms into each of her family members dead in turn, including the twins. But they appear together, because not even in her worst nightmares did she imagine Fred and George being separated.
“People will be picking up the Harry Potter books for generations to come, but we are the lucky few who can say, ‘We were there.’ We will remember the crazy, late-night madness of book releases and the teeming crowd of fans all over the world gathering in honor of Harry Potter. We will remember watching a book about a boy wizard seduce millions of kids away from their TV sets. We will remember spending countless hours arguing with our friends about Snape’s loyalties and whether Harry would survive the series.”—Emerson Spartz (founder of mugglenet.com)