To me, the whole Harry Potter plot line is a big pile of random details meshing together at the bottom of my brain.
But that's not to say it didn't make me think.
(You might want to take notes.)
Deep thought #1: Harry Potter movies are darn sexy. I don't even need the magic. I'd be a perfectly captive audience just listening to a couple of Brits reading the telephone book and snogging every so often. Honest to Pete, I don't know why Stephanie Meyer didn't think to give Edward Cullen an English accent.
Deep thought #2: Tension isn't necessarily a bad thing. Especially the kind of tension that starts with the letter S and rhymes with exual.
Brits + S + exual + tension = Cha-ching!!!
Deep thought #3: We don't have to wait forever to be immortal. If you split your soul in two and hide half of it in an inanimate object you can never die (and you can bear testimony that personification is true).
Deep thought #4: I would like to hide my other half in John Mayer's guitar so I can help him say what he needs to say.
Deep thought #5: People are always disappearing. POOF! Just like that. That's life. But what if half their soul is still hiding somewhere close by? Michael Jackson could be in the syringe I'm using to shoot mountain dew into my veins right now.
Deep thought #6: Wouldn't it be funny if people just suddenly disappeared (POOF!) when they broke their unbreakable bonds.
(Okay, so it might not be that funny, but it would certainly help with population control.)
P.S. I also have some advanced moving wisdom to share:
If your super hot surfer dude x-boyfriend tries to seduce you during your engagement to the state of Utah . . . just roll with it.
You're only young once.