If the one character you could always relate to in Harry Potter series was Neville Longbottom, and if you're the type of gal/guy who would decide to name a toad Trevor, than congratulations: you're probably the Neville of your friendship group.
Here are twelve things you'll identify with if you're the person who everyone else thinks is a bit weird, but who your closest friends think is pretty great just the way you are.
1. People have no idea how you got accepted into the fold.
On appearances, it looks like you wouldn't fit in with your gang, but somehow it works just fine.
2. You are something of a loner.
Sometimes you just like spending time on your own.
3. You've never made any attempt to be cool.
And anyway, things just have a habit of going spectacularly wrong for you.
4. Your best and more valued quality is your loyalty.
Your pals know that no matter what happens, they can always rely on you.
5. There's always been that one teacher out there who is your personal nemesis.
Hearing their name will make you feel 12 years old again.
6. You are incredibly forgetful.
There have been many times when you've wished for your own personal Remembrall.
7. You're pretty hard on yourself.
You never want to let anyone down and you always worry about falling short of people's expectations.
8. Your wardrobe is so unique people actually rummage through charity shops to copy it.
Cardigan game = strong.
9. You always stand up for what's right.
Even if you're scared as hell.
10. You do your best to help everyone who needs it.
Whether they ask for a hand or not. Remember the gillyweed in the movie adaption?
11. You don't work well under pressure.
You perform best when you feel comfortable and at ease. And when there's no screaming mandrakes around.
12. And finally, you probably love both plants and animals.
Especially any toads out there called Trevor.
Now watch a rundown of J.K Rowling's fairly weak apology for killing off Professor Lupin. UNFORGIVEABLE:
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