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Harry Potter Onions

A long HP feel post.
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#34 - bigbeaufort (06/28/2013) [+] (20 replies)
Funnyjunk taught me that there's no post on sundays
#27 - reverbius (06/28/2013) [+] (7 replies)
Filch taught me that if you break a promise, he'll **** you up at a wedding.
#79 - MrStalkerMan (06/29/2013) [+] (6 replies)
fixed.
#1 - sexymeme (06/28/2013) [+] (1 reply)
Ron Weasly also taught me that some gingers have souls.
#50 - pappathethird (06/28/2013) [+] (1 reply)
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#112 - maskedhippo (06/29/2013) [+] (1 reply)
Shrek taught me that ogres have layers
User avatar #3 - supermegasherman (06/28/2013) [+] (4 replies)
i read the whole thing waiting for a cheesy punchline i could chuckle at. you've let me down op. im disappointed in you
#16 - vegetatheprince (06/28/2013) [-]
Voldemort taught me to value my nose.
User avatar #75 - enforcedno (06/29/2013) [-]
FUNNYJUNK TAUGHT ME THAT PEOPLE WILL LOOK FOR MORALS IN THE SMALLEST **** .
#127 - TehFunnyMan (06/29/2013) [+] (8 replies)
Harry Potter taught me that you can act like a huge, gimpy bitch all you want, just so long as you blame it on someone else.   
Ron Weasley taught me the value of having rich friends.   
Hermione Granger taught me that smart chicks are best chicks.   
Severus Snape taught me that holding grudges against someone who never directly wronged you is a-okay.   
Rubeus Hagrid taught me that being a truly decent, loving person leads to exclusion and mockery.   
Ginny Weasley taught me to fear the shy kids who keep diaries.   
Lily Potter taught me that bad boys are totally hawt.   
Remus Lupin taught me the life 						*******					 sucks, and then you die off-page.   
Delores Umbridge taught me that I was right all along about govt. brainwashing.   
Sirius Black taught me that life 						*******					 sucks, and then you die anti-climactically.   
Albus Dumbledore taught me that people will flip the 						****					 out when someone comes out of the closet.   
Draco Malfoy taught me that the assholes who tortured you in school sometimes go on to live repercussion-free lives.   
Neville Longbottom taught me that people will only appreciate the losers when they do something for them, or age well.   
Luna Lovegood taught me that.. the picture had it right, actually.   
Dooby taught me that slavery is totally cool as long as you aren't a dick to your servant, or if theres a bunch of them and they're cooking for children.   
Kreacher taught me to hold onto the past forever.   
Lucius Malfoy taught me that douchebags breed more douchebags.   
Fred and George taught me the importance of having a spare. Just in case.   
The Dursleys taught me that religion is basically the devil.   
Arthur Weasley taught me that bad things happen to good people.   
Fleur DeLacour taught me to laugh at the French.   
Molly Weasley taught me that if you say "Bitch" in a kids book, you're instantly BAMF.   
Belatrix LeStrange taught me that hating the popular chicks in school was totally justified, for they are all pure evil.   
Cho Chang taught me that everyone goes through an Asian chick phase.
Harry Potter taught me that you can act like a huge, gimpy bitch all you want, just so long as you blame it on someone else.
Ron Weasley taught me the value of having rich friends.
Hermione Granger taught me that smart chicks are best chicks.
Severus Snape taught me that holding grudges against someone who never directly wronged you is a-okay.
Rubeus Hagrid taught me that being a truly decent, loving person leads to exclusion and mockery.
Ginny Weasley taught me to fear the shy kids who keep diaries.
Lily Potter taught me that bad boys are totally hawt.
Remus Lupin taught me the life ******* sucks, and then you die off-page.
Delores Umbridge taught me that I was right all along about govt. brainwashing.
Sirius Black taught me that life ******* sucks, and then you die anti-climactically.
Albus Dumbledore taught me that people will flip the **** out when someone comes out of the closet.
Draco Malfoy taught me that the assholes who tortured you in school sometimes go on to live repercussion-free lives.
Neville Longbottom taught me that people will only appreciate the losers when they do something for them, or age well.
Luna Lovegood taught me that.. the picture had it right, actually.
Dooby taught me that slavery is totally cool as long as you aren't a dick to your servant, or if theres a bunch of them and they're cooking for children.
Kreacher taught me to hold onto the past forever.
Lucius Malfoy taught me that douchebags breed more douchebags.
Fred and George taught me the importance of having a spare. Just in case.
The Dursleys taught me that religion is basically the devil.
Arthur Weasley taught me that bad things happen to good people.
Fleur DeLacour taught me to laugh at the French.
Molly Weasley taught me that if you say "Bitch" in a kids book, you're instantly BAMF.
Belatrix LeStrange taught me that hating the popular chicks in school was totally justified, for they are all pure evil.
Cho Chang taught me that everyone goes through an Asian chick phase.
#38 - minnesotaids (06/28/2013) [-]

Good job. You've made it to the comments!
#35 - dudeimlikeadude (06/28/2013) [+] (2 replies)
Excuse me you son of a bitch i happen to have 3 rats and they are the greatest bro's ever
but all the other stuff is good
#232 - chainz (06/29/2013) [+] (1 reply)
Funnyjunk comment section taught me this
#260 - SayHello (06/29/2013) [-]
Professor Flitwick taugh me to "swish and flick"
#69 - pezmetal (06/29/2013) [+] (1 reply)
"Even with you're terrified"
#229 - blablub (06/29/2013) [+] (1 reply)
The first time I read it as
"Lord Voldemort taught me that a life without a nose is barely living."
#42 - maphrox (06/28/2013) [-]
Reading this post taught me to always use a black border around white text on images.
#239 - thebritishguy (06/29/2013) [-]
can't believe there was no
"and Uncle Dursley taught me that there's no post on Sundays!"
#167 - hankhillofthe ONLINE (06/29/2013) [+] (3 replies)
I would kindly ask all of you who are stating that finding meaning in small things is asinine to kindly shut your 						*******					 faces.   
   
I'm not a fan of a Harry Potter. I recognize that it's a big deal to people, but have never read a single book nor seen a single movie.   
   
What I'm going to talk about is finding meaning in everything.   
   
Today, whilst crossing a bridge to come back to my home state, I saw a sign with a rusted nail on top of it. I looked at that rusted nail, and a trail of rust led down from it. This is obviously from rainfall where the nail has been rusted away and the water has carried the rust down leaving a stain. How much time could that have taken? Months? Years? Decades? Who knows. All I know is I could walk up to that sign and wipe that rust away with my finger, and boom. All the time it took to make that rust stain meant nothing. It made me think about the power we as humans have. With the amount and extensiveness of our weaponry, science, and technology, we could wipe the earth away from the 						*******					 universe forever, and it probably wouldn't take us more than a day to destroy that 4,000,000,000 years (Or whatever it is you believe) of evolutionary progress (Or whatever it is you believe) out of existence. Just mere floating rock of what used to be a sprawling empire of civilization and life.   
   
From a 						*******					 rusty nail on a sign.   
   
You shut your god damned mouth about "Finding meaning in small things is dumb."   
   
No.   
   
You're 						*******					 dumb.
I would kindly ask all of you who are stating that finding meaning in small things is asinine to kindly shut your ******* faces.

I'm not a fan of a Harry Potter. I recognize that it's a big deal to people, but have never read a single book nor seen a single movie.

What I'm going to talk about is finding meaning in everything.

Today, whilst crossing a bridge to come back to my home state, I saw a sign with a rusted nail on top of it. I looked at that rusted nail, and a trail of rust led down from it. This is obviously from rainfall where the nail has been rusted away and the water has carried the rust down leaving a stain. How much time could that have taken? Months? Years? Decades? Who knows. All I know is I could walk up to that sign and wipe that rust away with my finger, and boom. All the time it took to make that rust stain meant nothing. It made me think about the power we as humans have. With the amount and extensiveness of our weaponry, science, and technology, we could wipe the earth away from the ******* universe forever, and it probably wouldn't take us more than a day to destroy that 4,000,000,000 years (Or whatever it is you believe) of evolutionary progress (Or whatever it is you believe) out of existence. Just mere floating rock of what used to be a sprawling empire of civilization and life.

From a ******* rusty nail on a sign.

You shut your god damned mouth about "Finding meaning in small things is dumb."

No.

You're ******* dumb.
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