CC #449: Week of June 13, 2021

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The view through Ginny’s Omnioculars.

As Harry looked into the Foe Glass, he was surprised Ron was there.

When you’re listening in class but not retaining anything the teacher is saying.

Moody’s eye, as well as being able to see through walls, had the uncanny ability to zero in on those desperately in need of getting a haircut.

High-visibility cloak test one: a complete success!
Test two: switch spatial distortions from a circular to a psychedelic pattern.


Ron: “It’s Mad-Eye Moody.”
Harry: “Wow, his parents knew what they were doing when they named him!”
Ron: “It’s a nickname, Harry.”
Harry: “Oh, right.”

Mad-Eye had the power to detect when a student was having a stroke as well as to reveal the presence of a haunted doll poised to attack the Chosen One.
—Friend of Fawkes

Mirror, mirror on the wall, show me the angstiest of them all.

Some say Snape suffered from tunnel vision when it came to Harry Potter, something he strenuously denied.

Ron was the only student to be disgusted by the sight of the Tutshill Tornadoes visiting Hogwarts.

Harry Potter and the stoned cinematographer.
—Marc K.

The warping Time-Turner effect in Cursed Child performances was originally tested on the Harry Potter films every time Harry’s scar hurt, but it was ultimately removed.

♪ ♫ I always feel like somebody’s watching meeee… ♫ ♪
—Dream Quaffle

Barty Crouch, Jr.: “My God, he needs a haircut.”





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Eric S.

Eric Scull joined MuggleNet in November of 2002. Since that time, he’s presided over a number of sections, including name origins and Dear Hogwarts, but none so long as the recently revived Crazy Caption Contest. Eric is a Hufflepuff who lives in Chicago and loves the outdoors.