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I've read this rumour on the net and I'm not sure where it came from. But it's not a very difficult idea to come up with; we all suck the ends of pens and pencils (or I do), so it seemed logical to make them taste nice, and at Hogwarts, obviously, they use quills!
I don't really want to get into what happens to Harry in book six, but I certainly never said that he would have a 'more permanent injury'. Well he's obviously been through a lot since book one and book five was the book when he cracked up a little.
What they start off liking you for, they end up hating you for. His odyssey takes him to a world of the homeless, including an illiterate Scot (Trainspotting's Ewen Bremner) and his long suffering girlfriend (Susan Vidler) and a lonely nightwatchman (Peter Wight) guarding empty space.
It's during this lengthy scene that David Thewlis proves to be one of the most versatile actors of his generation, delivering a speech of bleak complexity and pre-millennial doom that leaves most viewers reeling.
A bitter tale of loneliness, depression and Thatcher's wasted youth that seemed to be forgotten by most home grown film-makers in the mad rush to emulate Wall Street. Then this is the equivalent of the Blues for the eyes and food for thought.
In the case of Muggle parents, special messengers are sent to explain everything to them. (My daughter likes TF very much too, because he taught her how to use a diablo) It's just one of those family traditions, although Narcissa breaks the trend.