pesco at September 13th, 2013 13:21 — #1
jardine at September 13th, 2013 13:29 — #2
The spells and things that you're reading in the Harry Potter books, those aren't just something that are made up, those are actual spells. Those are things that came from witchcraft books.
jandrese at September 13th, 2013 13:30 — #3
They're just being brought over so people can laugh at them right? This is a huge prank.
brainspore at September 13th, 2013 13:33 — #4
Most spells in Harry Potter are just Latin. But remember: certain branches of Christianity believe the Pope to be the Antichrist, so in a way that actually kind of makes sense.
kpkpkp at September 13th, 2013 13:35 — #5
Dayb got da Jeebus in dair eyzzz... Maybe they can tour with Bristol Palin.
fuzzyfungus at September 13th, 2013 13:39 — #6
So, nice christian girls, why do you know so much about the details of black magic textbooks, anyway?
bcsizemo at September 13th, 2013 13:41 — #7
Well at least you can't blame the bible belt South on this one....
My god this would be right at home with the mindless bullshit I've seen on MTV.
lucy_gothro at September 13th, 2013 13:44 — #8
One of them is 21 years of age - but she's a "teenager"? Really?
mrtut at September 13th, 2013 13:45 — #9
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space_monkey at September 13th, 2013 13:48 — #10
Wow. Some people are really really into their Harry Potter, huh. The thing that strikes me as funny about this is that I was about twelve or thirteen before I realized that people really, honestly believed in religion, rather than just being really into it the way me and my friends were really into D&D, but still knew it wasn't real, and some stuff I'd heard about Christians thinking D&D was satanic magic definitely played into that misconception.
dloburns at September 13th, 2013 13:50 — #11
Just to be safe let's make some gin & tonics
mrtut at September 13th, 2013 13:53 — #12
kpkpkp at September 13th, 2013 13:55 — #13
Their real problem is with books. "Book" ok - Books - that's just too many.
Guess which Book they're ok with?
kpkpkp at September 13th, 2013 13:57 — #14
No sense in letting facts break up a good act.
ratel at September 13th, 2013 14:00 — #15
What wonderful ambassadors of American culture these young women are.
I suppose we can wish that weren't true.
writebastard at September 13th, 2013 14:04 — #16
The Stupid! It buuurrrnnNSSSSSSS!
grimloki at September 13th, 2013 14:05 — #17
I put on my robe and wizard hat.
ramone at September 13th, 2013 14:15 — #18
They must be opening for these guys:
On a side note: goes to show what too much Buffy roleplay and no sense of irony will do to a person.
lucy_gothro at September 13th, 2013 14:15 — #19
shrug Worked for vaudeville.
spunkytws at September 13th, 2013 14:16 — #20
It seems you find 'em everywhere, and it's also true that even down here in the South some of us occasionally get into the polyjuice potion.
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