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#95 - desuforeverlulz (11/16/2011) [-]
Voldemort split his soul into seven parts before he attacked Harry and went into hiding. Harry met this snake when he was 11 years old. You mean to tell me that this snake, that was bred in captivity, escaped, became a horcrux, got captured by the zoo again, and then escaped and went to serve Voldemort again?

This post ******* lies.
#155 to #95 - inhumanity (11/17/2011) [-]
And in any case, she said herself that those were not the same two snakes.
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User avatar #108 to #107 - desuforeverlulz (11/16/2011) [-]
Hey. I just assumed that Voldemort made all six* Horcruxes at once. After all, in Horace's memory he asked Horace what would happen if he split his soul into seven, not six.

*not including his own soul
#123 to #95 - Butter (11/17/2011) [-]
well actually, Dumbledore does say that he 'believes' that Voldemort only had five/six horcruxes (if we're not counting Harry himself) when he tried to kill Harry. The sixth horcrux came at the beginning of the fourth book, with the murder of Frank (I think that was his name) the gardener, and Nagini was with Voldemort for this murder. And because Dumbledore says he 'believes' we all know it's true :) but I do agree, this post is made up, j.K. never said this
well actually, Dumbledore does say that he 'believes' that Voldemort only had five/six horcruxes (if we're not counting Harry himself) when he tried to kill Harry. The sixth horcrux came at the beginning of the fourth book, with the murder of Frank (I think that was his name) the gardener, and Nagini was with Voldemort for this murder. And because Dumbledore says he 'believes' we all know it's true :) but I do agree, this post is made up, j.K. never said this
User avatar #99 to #95 - Ragon (11/16/2011) [-]
yea, Rowling never said this, this is a repost that was debunked the first time it was posted
User avatar #23 - heinnlinn (11/16/2011) [-]
Not true. J.K.R. never said that. And Nagini is a serpent, while the snake from the zoo is a boa constrictor. Get your facts right.
User avatar #13 - Skrufymunky (11/16/2011) [-]
"Everything on the internet is true."
-Albert Einstein
#46 to #17 - trolltommo (11/16/2011) [-]
be quiet up there!
be quiet up there!
#105 to #46 - anon (11/16/2011) [-]
congrats you just reposted in the comments section
User avatar #106 to #105 - bigblacknegro ONLINE (11/16/2011) [-]
i saw that too :D

#181 - jremzthedragon (11/17/2011) [-]
First off, Rowling never said that.
Second, the snake he set free was a male and Nagini was a female.
Third, the snake he set free was a Boa constrictor(non-venomous), and Nagini was some sort of venomous snake.
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User avatar #187 to #183 - ader (11/17/2011) [-]
I hope you're not serious?
#194 to #183 - anon (11/17/2011) [-]
Dude.. the British version (the original) is called the Philosopher's Stone..
please say you were joking...
#185 to #181 - veryevilmen ONLINE (11/17/2011) [-]
Thank you Super Mega Logic Man!
#193 to #189 - veryevilmen ONLINE (11/17/2011) [-]
That was the first picture that was relevant that came up when I typed in logic man
User avatar #197 to #193 - jremzthedragon (11/17/2011) [-]
still didn't answer the whole sarcasm question but whatever
User avatar #200 to #197 - veryevilmen ONLINE (11/17/2011) [-]
The picture was supposed to answer. not sarcastic and appreciating the logic
#202 to #200 - jremzthedragon (11/17/2011) [-]
Oh, okay then... well thanks
User avatar #52 - swimmingprodigy (11/16/2011) [-]
Not true, JK Rowling herself said that they werent the same snakes.
User avatar #53 to #52 - chosenonex (11/16/2011) [-]
I'm glad someone knows what they are talking about
#188 - coolmcbob (11/17/2011) [-]
I've seen enough hentai to know where this is going..
#229 to #188 - steelhawk (11/17/2011) [-]
thank you for ass raping my child hood you asshole
User avatar #203 - Pyktis (11/17/2011) [-]
SERIOUSLY.
NO.
DID ANYONE HERE FORGET THAT NIGIRI IS A FEMALE AND THE SNAKE IN THE BEGINNING WAS MALE?
Voldemort once says Nagiri grew up in the wild...While this snake said it was raised in captivity.
Nice try, JKR
User avatar #225 to #203 - camPOOFeron (11/17/2011) [-]
JK never really said that, This is an old troll pic. But good argument (:
User avatar #228 to #203 - charlemagneTTE (11/17/2011) [-]
nagini*
User avatar #231 to #203 - quinnthecreator (11/17/2011) [-]
And the snake in the Philosopher's Stone was going to go back to Brazil
#6 - tauntaunsingalong (11/16/2011) [-]
She never said that.
#61 - billshitzing (11/16/2011) [-]
Not the same snake, voldemort had Nagini way before Harry ****** **** up
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#75 to #61 - KungFuZerO (11/16/2011) [-]
Ya theres no way that Voldemort chilled for 11 years before fining Nagini.
Since Harry is 11 at this time
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#14 - tkfourtwoone (11/16/2011) [-]
She kind of said the exact opposite
User avatar #47 - eefje (11/16/2011) [-]
Voldemort made Nagini a horcrux while in Albania, that snake couldn't have gotten there so easily. AND he made him a horcrux before Harry was even born.

So, not true.
User avatar #131 - dunkleosteus (11/17/2011) [-]
******** . The snake in the zoo was a Burmese python, and although it wasn't shown in the movie, Voldemort's snake was a viper.
User avatar #132 to #131 - dvdfaust ONLINE (11/17/2011) [-]
When it jumps at the screen in Deathly Hallows, it has only short teeth, whereas vipers would have fangs and no short teeth. Also, I doubt any species of viper would have that wide a body. Still, I heard elsewhere that Rowling said this wasn't true... Either way, it doesn't change the awesome story much :D
User avatar #135 to #132 - dunkleosteus (11/17/2011) [-]
I might not have made myself clear: they misrepresented the snake in the movie. That lunging thing? Only vipers do that. They specifically mention that she's a viper in the book. How else could she be milked for venom to support voldemort in book 4? Python's have no venom.
User avatar #137 to #135 - dvdfaust ONLINE (11/17/2011) [-]
True. The movies paint her as a Python, where the books claim she's a viper. Too bad they never say a species, or I could bring up coloration as well...

This has been logical and intelligent, I'm more than a little surprised! Thank you, sir.
User avatar #138 to #137 - dunkleosteus (11/17/2011) [-]
I know a lot more about animals than i do about people :P
User avatar #139 to #138 - dvdfaust ONLINE (11/17/2011) [-]
Personally, I've always been interested more in ecology, interactions and behavior stuff. There's nothing like going to the zoo and instead of just watching an animal, interacting with it.

But then again, when it doesn't work, you just look like a freak.
#142 to #137 - anon (11/17/2011) [-]
THE MOVIE ISN'T THE BOOK YOU RETARD. Which came first, therefore which is more accurate?
User avatar #145 to #142 - dvdfaust ONLINE (11/17/2011) [-]
Well, initially we were discussing the movies, so I stuck to that, then I acknowledged that the two were different, nothing more. Sorry if I offended you with that. Have a thumb!
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#149 to #144 - dunkleosteus (11/17/2011) [-]
This was an intelligent discussion about the nature and physiology of animals. Get out.
#168 - whalesftw (11/17/2011) [-]
"Its amazing how many people on the internet think quotes are all real."
-Alexander the Great
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#29 - theroyalgame (11/16/2011) [-]
Not true. Just a rumour. The snake Harry set free was a boa constrictor (non venomous). Nagini was a very large venomous viper. Sorry.
User avatar #30 to #29 - theroyalgame (11/16/2011) [-]
I've just realised this picture says skeptical and not sceptical.
#92 to #30 - makeuhsalad (11/16/2011) [-]
skeptical is the American spelling of sceptical.
User avatar #246 to #92 - theroyalgame (11/17/2011) [-]
I never knew that! Thanks
User avatar #31 to #29 - heinnlinn (11/16/2011) [-]
Nagini is a serpent. Like the snake from Slytherin crest.
User avatar #41 to #31 - mintmaddness (11/16/2011) [-]
Serpent isnt a species of snake.
User avatar #43 to #41 - heinnlinn (11/16/2011) [-]
Sorry. Serpent is a synonym for snake. What I meant is Nagini is only described as a serpent, it is not clearly stated that it's a viper.
User avatar #44 to #43 - mintmaddness (11/16/2011) [-]
BUT, Nagini clearly isn't a Boa Constrictor either............I guess We'll never know
#15 - anon (11/16/2011) [-]
this is completely fake.

even without saying that jk did not say that, nagini was hiding with voldermort when he was in his "spirit" form. this is from the books.
User avatar #3 - galron (11/16/2011) [-]
She's said in an interview that this isn't true and that she never said anything of the sort.
User avatar #152 - rodm (11/17/2011) [-]
why this cannot be Nagini..

1: this snake was bread in captivity it pointed to it in the film

2: Nagini is a female and poisonous

3: Shes always been with voldemort

4: he said he was going to spin when he escapes.

5: logic'd
#153 to #152 - anon (11/17/2011) [-]
<----Pretty much every true Harry Potter fan who sees this post reacts this way
<----Pretty much every true Harry Potter fan who sees this post reacts this way
User avatar #156 to #153 - rodm (11/17/2011) [-]
i am the hero Harry Potter needs! (picture of batman out of ******* no where)
User avatar #124 - luvhowuthinkurcute (11/17/2011) [-]
This isn't true.
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