I completely agree, it's so annoying when they add things in the movies that aren't in the books. Sure, something small's fine, but if it's something big(ish) like Harry & Hermione kissing, it's really sucks. At least, that's what I think.
Yes, I've followed you, you seem pretty nice. (:
Especially w/ Ron. I mean, he’s always overshadowed by Harry, they can’t take Hermione away from him. Maybe it’s ‘cause I connect the most with Ron -__- Haha, but I just feel for the guy so much.
Thanks! :] Nice to meet another person who’s staying with Harry until the very end.
I started following this guy the same reason everyone else did, with his rugged appearance, and his stern, cigarette smoking expression, he looked like a BAMF! At first, I couldn’t believe he was just a bum on the streets of China; and after reading up more about his story, I couldn’t believe how fortunate he was to become such an unlikely celebrity.
Brother Sharp was a Chinese beggar happened upon by a photographer testing out new equipment. What happened next I can only describe as serendipity.
He exploded into popularity when the photographer uploaded the shots onto a community blog. His sharp style, handsome looks, and pungent gaze are what earned him the name, “Brother Sharp.”
His sense of fashion was bizarrely intriguing; often he would be found wearing women’s clothing, complete with accessories like handbags and flats. Despite this normally being considered deviant, Brother Sharp pulled off such outfits with unique and, still, bad-ass flare.
As his fame spread further across the internet, people started picking up on his, “sharp,” image, and began photoshopping him in to movie posters, magazines, high fashion ads, and other well-known images.
Being an internet sensation, netizens began wondering who their fashionable, unkempt icon was, and if such a good looking man really was just a beggar. So, they searched for him in the square he was known to be in and began interviewing him. Not only did they find him to be truly homeless, they discovered the man behind movie star face was scarred with tragedy.
When people began asking the man who he was, he could only respond with rarely coherent jibberish, and behavior similar to that exhibited by the first filmed Vietnam war veterans suffering PTSD. Mental instability is not an uncommon contributor to homelessness.
When calmed with a cigarette, and cooed into a sporadic coherency, people would ask him where his family was, and if he’d like to go home. To this, he burst into tears and bouts of sorrow filled wailing, as if the pain of unwanted memories seared into him like a flaming blade. Compassionate locals began seeking help for the man, urging him to go to shelters and receive help. This he refused profusely, musing his discomfort that so many now surrounded him, badgering him with questions, photographs, and unwanted offers of assistance. His situation was now gaining the attention of local authorities, and internet fans and concerned locals alike began wondering if their efforts had only hurt the man.
But not all double-edged swords find their way to the heart of the wielder. His internet celebrity was enough to reach long suffering relatives, and on March 5th, 2010 he was reunited with his family.
Brother Sharp’s real name is Chen Guorong. He was a migrant worker looking for a job in the city, and he had gone missing for seven years. Seven years of aimless wandering, plagued by his condition; of sleeping on damp floors and eating from rotting garbage; seven years of lonesome torment. It is still unknown what caused his forray into psychological instability, and consequent homelessness.
Speculation on his taste in women’s clothing are that wearing them was a cry for the comforts of home, of the welcoming arms of a loving woman. Little did he known that one day, on the cold streets of Ningbo, the power of sheer chance, and the watchful lens of a photographer would give him both.