The dust has settled from J.K. Rowling’s latest Twitter revelation where the renowned author of the Harry Potteruniverse told us Dumbledore and Grindlewad were in an ‘intense’ sexual relationship. Rowling has become renowned for casually dropping details about her beloved fantasy series that shake up our view of the world with details we weren’t necessarily keen to know. Luckily, as we attempt to process her latest bit of information and wait with nervous trepidation for the next one, the internet had some hilarious responses to Rowling’s latest bit of unwanted Potter trivia. Here are some of the best ones from the Twitterverse.
Like Ben Rosen, who showed us that Rowling was getting a little too real.
JK ROWLING: dumbledore and grindelwald had sex
JK ROWLING: so did you and dobby
JK ROWLING: you will never feel love like that again
What were some of your favorite memes and responses to J.K. Rowling’s latest revelation? And what are your opinions of her continued ‘interesting’ trivia pieces about her universe? Are you ready for what her next terrifying piece of information might be? We’re certainly not!
Before we get to the jokes, please accept our gratitude for your warm reception of the Hilariously Honest Book Titles series.
It’s nice to know that we’re not the only questionable characters laughing at these (just kidding… a bit).
We are now taking requests in the comments section for future list themes and/or specific books to parody. You can check out Part 1 and Part 2 to see if your requests have already been fulfilled. We are also willing to redo any alternative titles and damn our souls even further into hell on your behalf.
Without further ado, here are this week’s titles:
(The following jokes do not reflect the views of Bookstr or its staff members. We just happen to find them hilarious. Viewer Discretion is Advised.)
1. Percy Jackson and the Olympians
Percy Jackson and the Illegitimates
2. James and the Giant Peach
James Wants Dat Giant Peach
3. 50 Shades of Grey
Pornhub For Suburban Moms
4. Jurassic Park
5. Pride & Prejudice
Will Marry For Street Cred
6. My Year of Rest and Relaxation
My Year Of Reverse Fomo
7. The Fault in Our Stars
The Fault in Our Cells
8. A Tale of Two Cities
Adjusted Covers via Masako Fukuchi; Pornhub For Suburban Moms by Rushali, Weirder Science by Sage, My Year Of Reverse Fomo by Masako
Beware the Ides of March. I know we’re fresh off of this week’s Honest Book Titles (Part 3), but we decided to parody Shakespeare’s book titles to celebrate the shanking(s) of Julius Caesar. After all—you either die a hero, or you live long enough to see yourself get turned into a Caesar Salad.
1. Julius Caesar
Julius Gets Turned Into a Caesar Salad
2. A Midsummer Night’s Dream
Good Luck Puck
Don’t Trust White People, Othello
4. Twelfth Night
To Be or Not To Be, That Was on Point
6. King Lear
The OG Sugar Daddy
7. Richard III
Hunchback of Notre Dork
8. Much Ado About Nothing
The Wrong Way to Get Married
9. The Taming of the Shrew
Would Thou Leave My Dowry So Unsatisfied?
10. Henry VIII
Two Boleyn Girls, One Henry
Witches Be Crazy
And now we part with such sweet sorrow until next time, friends. Remember to make your requests in the comments section!
Adjusted Covers Via Masako Fukuchi; The Wrong Way to Get Married (Becky), Witches Be Crazy (Sage).