Like…people had bathrooms before plumbing.
— Matt Barbot (@BarbotRobot) January 4, 2019
toilets have been around in some form since 2800 BC which means the wizarding world collectively decided to poop in their pants for 4600 years https://t.co/dmAH9YTitB
— brendon bigley (@brendonbigley) January 4, 2019
I refuse to accept this as canon. Medieval castles had toilets. It was a hole in the wall with a piece of wood over it with a hole cut in it. The waste would fall down into a room that a servant would shovel out. I 100% believe Hogwarts had bathrooms and this is what they had.
— Mychal Sanders 💙 (@MyaWritesThings) January 4, 2019
CASTLES ALWAYS HAD TOILETS! HOLES IN THE WALLS! BUCKETS! Why wouldnt wizard castles have it too. Who came up with this “fact”? Surely not JK herself.
— Noone (@taxeedrvr) January 5, 2019
does that mean muggle-hating pure-bloods still shit on the floor so as not to use the muggle plumbing?
— ｓａｍ ｍｙ // mdsd 📌 (@youthkang) January 4, 2019
16. Others were concerned.
WHAT ABOUT THE FIRST YEARS WHO HADN’T YET LEARNED VANISHING SPELLS?!!
— Meagan Arthur (@meaganearthur) January 5, 2019
why couldn’t they just vanish it out of their bodies. why did they need to shit themselves firsthttps://t.co/ve3LglqHJp
— Shaun (@shaun_jen) January 5, 2019
The vanishing spell is considered one of the tougher OWL spells and is usually taught in the fourth or fifth year. So younger students would have to take a dump in a corner and then go find someone to vanish it for them. This is literally canon now.
— Linguica (@andrewrstine) January 5, 2019
19. Some had stern words for J.K. Rowling and Pottermore for embellishing the history of their beloved fantasy setting in such an alarming and unsanitary way.
Can you just…. stop? Can we call it? Is it time to call it?
— ella dawson (@brosandprose) January 4, 2019
Have you considered potting less
— Happy New Fear (@nandelabra) January 5, 2019