Okay, let's talk houses at Hogwarts. We all know what they are, right? And you know that you have mentally sorted yourself and placed yourself in a house.
Gryffindor values courage, bravery, loyalty, nerve, and chivalry.
Ravenclaw values intelligence, creativity, learning, and wit.
Hufflepuff values hard work, tolerance, loyalty, and fair play.
Slytherin values ambition, cunning, leadership, and resourcefulness.
Well, when I put the sorting hat on my head, this is what happens...
One of my former students drew this for me on my white board. I love it.
Yeah, I've always considered myself a Ravenclaw.
In some groups I find that I am the smartest, wittiest, most creative person in the room. But those groups are usually made up of people who are playing beer pong and telling fart jokes. In company like the students of Hogwarts, I often wonder if my intelligence, wit, and creativity would stand up, and I sometimes think that I might actually get sorted into Hufflepuff if it really came down to it. But I'm counting on the fact that I value those things to be enough to get me in. (Although my riddle solving skills are horrible, so I would probably spend a lot of nights sleeping in the hall outside of the common room until someone came by to let me in.)
And Hufflepuff would be pretty cool too, I guess.
I'd just be happy to be at Hogwarts, honestly.
So, where do you think you would end up?