Non-Magic T-Shirt Reveals Harry Potter's Ending to Enrage Fans

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Click to viewFans of boy wizards, pet owls and precocious English girls won't be too keen on the Harry Potter Enlightenment Project, a group of British scallywags who have produced a spoilsport T-Shirt that will make children cry and their parents call you every name under the sun. Jump to see Cho (Katie Leung) revealing all. [Warning: spoilers ahead, NSFP version—Not Safe For Potterphiles]

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Illustration for article titled Non-Magic T-Shirt Reveals Harry Potter's Ending to Enrage Fans
Illustration for article titled Non-Magic T-Shirt Reveals Harry Potter's Ending to Enrage Fans

The T-shirt is not available in—or on, lay-dee fans—the model shown. It comes in either black or yellow in regular man-Muggle sizes and will cost you

15, or just over 30 bucks. [Harry Potter Enlightenment Project]

DISCUSSION

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Rooftrellen

The best thing someone could do on a shirt like this is make it all up.

What's better than making people believe they know the ending, then they get to the end, and they had no clue.

Either way.

Really, people don't mind knowing the end to a story, but for some reason we don't realize that. Romeo and Juliet was a huge success when it was first preformed, and every single person who saw it knew how it would end (it was a story before a play). No on went to see "Titanic" thinking the ship would just keep floating, or that the woman would die (gave it away at the start of the movie!)

All you fans of...well...anything know that its not the end that matters, but how you get there. Otherwise you would have taken the short cut and just looked at the end.