The Hayley Chame Essay

The following essay concerns the part of The Story That Made No Sense, where Hayley Chame is concerned.

I want to protest. Seriously, I want to protest. Hayley Chame is nothing more than the secret love child of Lily Evans and Severus Snape, and that character is played by one Harry Potter, which makes me very angry. I don’t like Harry, and I especially hate him now that he’s chosen to play the part of a boy who is pushed into the background of a (much better) hero and deemed only to be the short-lived gay love interest of said hero.

Nobody needs those.

Also, Hayley’s family has all the worst aspects that a family can find, yet why nobody called social services on them is upsetting. I also don’t understand for the life of me why Matthew Larson would want to live in a family that’s so bad, it makes his evil biological relatives look good. Even he should know to get away from the chames, as they’re a terrible influence.

Come on, people! Even Sadie Schroeder is better than these stupid idiotic losers, and she’s a whiny Mary-sue brat as it is!”

Anyway, thank you for reading this plodding junk known as an essay and remember, kids, that when you create a character, make sure you follow the rules or else you’ll have character that’s so useless that you’ll want to kill them off before they meet the main hero.

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Welcome to the Blog

Hello, and welcome to the Blog That Makes No Sense. In this blog, we will explore a world where we know the Harry Potter books don’t make any sense. Knowing that, I will write a story about a magical boy that not only makes sense, but brings back the joy of reading to the world once again.

A brief history of the story:

OK, so I know that the story will be written in another blog post, but I have to get this out of the way first.

I first wrote the story after being disappointed with the final Harry Potter book. In fact, I thought that the Harry Potter books were poorly written and went on a downward spiral with every book in the series being published. I wondered what if I rewrote the story in a way that shows people where Harry Potter went wrong and what should have happened in the book series.

I tried to do that on FanFiction.net, but the story fell apart in the sequel. I decided not to do that again.

Well, as I’ve said before, the story will be rewritten in a way that it makes sense.

Anyway, I’m excited to be starting this blog, as I have no idea of where this blog is going to take me. I already know most Harry Potter fans will come out of the woodwork and call me insane for bashing their beloved books, but I don’t care. The Harry Potter books are NOT the best, not where it counts.

I’ll be back in the next blog post.