Exhibit A: HF came home one night and caught me looking at Mugglenet. He shook his head. I swore I was just looking up the recipe for butterbeer, a common beverage drank by wizards (which you would know if you read the books). To this answer he said, "you are going to make butterbeer?!" But I was also looking at mistakes, or discrepancies that fans and the like have found when reading the book. They have them listed online and I was checking to see if I was smart enough to have noticed the mistakes too. Here's the recipe for butterbeer by the way, because you probably wanted to know.
Exhibit B: I will talk about Harry Potter whenever I get the chance. HF will be taking a shower and the next thing he knows, he's startled by my voice saying something like, "you know, I really think Snape is a death eater. No matter what Dumbledore says, there is just something that doesn't add up with Snape." He peers from behind the shower curtain and sees me sitting on the toilet with a perplexed face expression. It's even been known to occur while HF is trying to kiss me. I will say, "I can't stop thinking about Harry Potter! That JK Rowling really writes well and I love all the humorous details!" Me. Special moments killer.
Exhibit C: I will get overwhelmed and stressed with the mess that is in the kitchen or in the entire house, and I will mumble under my breath something about how I wish I knew a vanishing spell. I have also gone into a "heavy" discussion about the laws of apparation. HF has to bring me back to reality and remind me that it isn't real. I wish it were though!
Exhibit D: HF gets home from work and I'm asleep, but my nightstand lamp is still on, and I'm sitting up, although slumped over, and Harry Potter is open in my lap.
Obsess much? Please tell me I'm not alone! But I've got one more book and 3 more movies to watch and it will all be out of my system, right? One thing you definitely won't see me do is dress up in any way when attending the movie premiere next year and the year after. That's a guarantee.
I did find this article on msnbc entitiled, "7 signs you're infected with Harry Potter fever". Luckily I do not have any of those problems, but it was a fun read. And check out the HP tattoos! Hmmm. Tattoo regrets later on down the road? I think so. Now if you'll excuse me, I've got some reading to do.