I honestly know VERY little about Harry Potter and the world he inhabits, which is why I had fun making this caption. Its also based on an assumption I hope is true, that the model *IS* Emma Watson, or a very close likeness of her. Otherwise it sort of falls flat, especially since it was made for someone with the screenname of Celebswap. Like I said, I've managed to avoid the entire franchise, other than that my GF is incredibly into it. She owns all the movies on Bluray, which still doesn't stop her from watching it on the weekends on whatever cable station always seems to be playing them in order.
She's been trying to get them in digital format for quite some time now. Its not that she doesn't want to pay, but apparently you can only get them at Rowling's website, and they only take credit cards that are international. Since we use debit cards, we can't seem to purchase it. Its all a rather, "SHUT UP AND TAKE MY MONEY!" proposition where I guess she figures she's rich enough that she doesn't have to deal with Amazon, Barnes and Noble, or Google Books? So I went searching the other day, and kept asking, "how many books are there?" and she kept saying, "Seven plus a few that aren't technically 'books' but are part of the canon." and I kept repeating, ":but weren't there like EIGHT movies?" and if you actually follow Potter, you already know the answer! When I saw this picture, this discussion immediately came to mind and I just HAD to write it out in Photoshop.
Any information about Harry Potter that I know, is mostly due to osmosis and/or the buying of gifts for the GF, like the knee socks of her favorite divisions of schools. They are different schools right? Then why are they all eating together? Something tells me I'd need to learn about the structure of British education and frankly, I don't feel like poking Joanna right now!
I do know that at one point, and possibly even now, many fundamentalist Christians are all, "Harry Potter is teaching children about sorcery and is a pathway to Satan!" I figured I would work that in too since I'm all about demonology, evil, and all that cool stuff you learned on street corners. So, four paragraphs in on a caption that literally took me 5 minutes to write and I've been much more verbose than I thought I would.
Thought I was going to post up "Abracadabra" by Steve Miller, didn't you? This is a much better 1980's song about magic. Hope you enjoy the caption, Potterheads!
I couldn't pass up posting this song either. Its from Weird Al's new CD, and it goes out to all my captioning friends .. maybe we call all learn something from the song!