Sunday 22nd of November 2020

The Bravest!

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Thats how i read it at first.
Full name is Harry Potter 2: Electric Boogaloo.
Wiki ]on]() boxing champ George Foreman: *His five sons are George Jr., George III ("Monk"), George IV ("Big Wheel"), George V ("Red"), and George VI ("Little Joey").* Is there a Georgetta? Yes.

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Harry Potter II: Hogsmeade drift.

That's what i did before reading ur comment.

Tom Marvolo Potter?

"SLYTHERIN!" "But I haven't even put on the hat on yet-" "Whatever, Voldy, you're definitely with the evil kids.".

Agreed, this is the funniest thing I've seen all week. Ty op.

Oh nooo.

Dobby Potter, you were named after the weirdest fucking house elf I ever knew. Like we're talking real social outcast. Other house elves were embarrassed to be associated with him. Guy was like the PETA of house elves, only not quite as effective. Had a clothing fetish, it wasn't pretty. But he died for me because I gave him a sock, so you get the name.

Step-brother what are you doing??

Harry Throbber.

*Next child comes out* Ginny: Can we name this one Fred? Harry: Rubeus Remus Potter! Ginny: Bollocks...


You certainly meant Goku Vegeta Picolo Jr.

No Saitama? Disappointed.

You forgot Monkey D Luffy.

The real cringe was all of the kids' names.

I just find it funny both those relationships lasted 19 years together you would have thought at least one of them would have fallen about after highschool.

Rowling gave them so many children so that she can squeeze those names in.

I think the ending was so poorly written that it was just hard to recover from in the film.

Its always bothered me that they made them look like they were in their forties. Ron especially looks schlubby and middle-aged. Its 19 years later, they are in their mid 30s, FFS. Have these people never seen a 36 year old before?

Which film is this from? I stopped paying attention a few years ago and I can't remember which was the last one I got up to.

That man child killed Voldemort, have some respect!

Its a matter of preference. Edit: technically Jr. (Junior) means you were named after your father. II (the second) is being named after someone else in your family (grandfather, uncle, great-grandfather, etc.) But, people can name their kids however they want. Just ask my son, Thorgoth Soultaker III.

Do y'all remember the 1986 movie Troll? Not the sequel with the bad acting "They're eating her" meme, the original. It's unironically one of my all time favorite childhood movies, and the main character's name literally is Harry Potter Jr. There's some dispute between the film's producers and JK Rowling about exactly how many elements she "borrowed", but as far as I'm concerned the original Harry Potter was in a charmingly low budget 80's urban fantasy movie.

No, it would be Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets.

Harry Pottest, the last of his name.

Snape snape Severus snape! DUMBLEDOOR! Harry Potter Harry Potter! UnGH! Harry Potter Harry Potter!

You dont understand, youre a legend man, to us all!

This is the final scene in the books and movie, Harrys youngest son tells him hes scared (about to go to Hogwarts for the first time). Harry tries to cheer him up by saying he is named after one of the bravest people hes ever know; Severus Snape (named: Albus ]Dumbledore] Severus Potter).


I think it already was. Its been making the rounds for a few years. Still fun though.

Albus Scarfy Potter.

The comment, oor?...

No. Junior is the less cool way.