These Harry Potter texts range from the ridiculous to the Riddikulus.
Here’s what we love about Harry Potter (hah, as if there’s only one thing): Even all of these years later, people are still finding fun and unique things to do with the world J.K. Rowling created. That’s why we’re loving the Potter Texts account, which is tweeting out all manner of ridiculous text messages from our favorite Harry Potter characters.
The creator of these messages appears to be working their way through the books. Right now, they have made it through Philosopher’s Stone, Chamber of Secrets, and Prisoner of Azkaban. We can’t wait for the ALL CAPS texts from Harry in Order of the Phoenix.
Imagine if instead of waiting for a reply by owl, Harry could have simply texted Ron and Hermione about all of the weird occurrences in his life. Or the fun Dumbledore could have with iMessage. Or what would happen if Hermione had a direct line to Professor McGonagall, via text message (we’re thinking McGonagall would probably regret giving her number out pretty quickly). These 15 Harry Potter texts answer those questions, and many more. Just be aware that some feature some NSFW language.
Hagrid’s revealing autocorrect to Harry in ‘Philosopher’s Stone’
McGonagall and Dumbledore’s damage control in ‘Philosopher’s Stone’
Harry and Hermione causing trouble in ‘Chamber of Secrets’
Draco complaining to Lucius Malfoy in ‘Prisoner of Azkaban’
Harry being real with Ron in ‘Chamber of Secrets’
Continue on page 2: Texts from Tom Riddle, Remus Lupin, and Nicholas Flamel
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