Wotcher Harry Potter fans!
I always say “wotcher” at the beginning of every post. Every post. ALWAYS. If you aren’t sure what I mean by, “wotcher”, read this from my, “Great Wotcher Revolution” post:
I’m a Tonks (Nyphadora) fan, I think she’s really awesome. Then again, I think every Harry Potter character is awesome. Anyway, I want to explain what I am trying to do:
Tonks has always said “Wotcher”. It’s what she says! I became curious and wondered what that meant a long time ago, and here is what I’ve found: Wotcher is how British people say, well basically “What’s up?” It’s like a greeting. It means most literally, “What’s up?”, although like in America, it can be used as an unanswered phrase that is responded by “Hi there!”.
What I don’t like is that is a British phrase, so no one in America has any clue what I’m saying! I want to start The Great Wotcher revolution, to put the word Wotcher into our English dictionary, so WordPress will stop giving me the red squiggly line over the word, as if it is misspelled! Anyway, I will start saying “Wotcher” more often, and I would be glad if you did too!
Well, guess what? ArtDungeon.net agrees with me. They drew an amazing picture of Nymphadora Tonks and guess what the URL is called; http://www.artdungeon.net/ootp/wotcher. OOTP stands for “Order of the Phoenix.” Take note how they said, “wotcher” at the end of the URL. Not, “Tonks”, wotcher. Yup, I bet they support the Wotcher Revolution. 😀
PLEASE, PLEASE, PLEASE JOIN THE GREAT WOTCHER REVOLUTION. I will start to award points and prizes if you join and SPREAD THE WOTCHER. EXTREME PRIZES WILL BE GIVEN FOR copying the “Great Wotcher Revolution” widget text (below the widget) , go to your “dashboard”, then “appearance”, then “widgets”, add the “text” widget to your sidebar (or whatever widget bar you like) and paste the widget code.
Thanks for visiting this website Harry Potter fans!