As Harry Potter turns 40 – these 15 apt titles are a bit too relatable
If the timeline of J.K. Rowling’s boy wizard stories were real, he’d be turning 40 next year, with everything that goes with that – hair loss, dodgy teeth, expanding waistband – possibly even wand troubles, who know?
The recorded book company, Audible, asked people this …
Harry Potter was born in 1980 so that makes him 40 next year.
What would the title of his book be now? Harry Potter and the ________
— Audible UK – The Sun King 🗞 out now (@audibleuk) November 20, 2019
Judging by the answers, middle age is all too familiar and relatable to these people – or they’re taking the piss out of the rest of us. These were our favourites.
Harry Potter and the Vague Sense of Unease That Follows Him Like a Crow Follows a Dying Animal, the Bone-Grinding Realization that This Place, These People, This Life Isn’t What He Wanted And It’s Harder And Harder To Pretend It Is https://t.co/smOltbv9UQ
— Sam Sykes (@SamSykesSwears) November 20, 2019
…Quest to Buy a 3 Bedroom House for Under £600,000 in Zone 2. https://t.co/ZjwY8tqvQc
— Stephy (@StephanieYeboah) November 20, 2019
Harry Potter and the Meeting that Could Have Been an Email https://t.co/tE5j6CEtV2
— Amplify Magazine (@WokeAFMedia) November 21, 2019
Order of the Centrist Dad https://t.co/9ungIU0Wm8
— Matt Zarb-Cousin (@mattzarb) November 20, 2019
Harry Potter and the Impractical Sports Car
— Chris McCullam (@chrismccullam) 20 November 2019
Harry Potter and the inability to get out of a low chair without making a noise https://t.co/eH6VsHWb9A
— Twinks (@tinytwink) November 20, 2019
Harry Potter & the barely used gym membership. https://t.co/N0xQQtE2Dz
— Paul (@bingowings14) November 20, 2019
Harry Potter and Troubling Tax Return
"Ginny do i have to declare my income from appearing on chocolate frog cards?"
— Fred 💾 (@RLF86) 20 November 2019