Have fun watching, If Harry Potter Had Facebook [Video]

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A fun look at all your favorite Harry Potter characters using Facebook to interact with one another.

When Harry Potter was first published in the UK in 1997, 98 in the US, Facebook didn’t exist. By the time Facebook came along in 2004, we were on book five of the Harry Potter series and the third movie of the franchise.

So understandably Facebook never appeared in the Wizarding World. To be fair, not much muggle technology ever did. Not that they really needed it but being able to e-mail would have been much easier to send a message to someone rather than an owl. But hey that’s a debate for another day. Could you imagine if Mr Weasley ever discovered Google, by the way, he would completely lose it?

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“If Harry Potter Had Facebook”

But what if they did? What would their conversations be like?

Well, you’re in luck, “If Pop Culture Had,” has an episode showing what it might be like if our favorite characters had Facebook.

The hilarious five-minute fifty-two-second video shows Hagrid possibly getting blocked by Harry. Tonks updating her profile photo on request. Hermione and Ginny going out for a MimOHsa. Voldemort, Lucius Malfoy and Bellatrix discussing their ilvermorny house and much, much more.

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It’s a good laugh that any Potterhead will find funny and it pokes fun at both the fandom and how we interact as individuals on Facebook.

So without further ado, here is “If Harry Potter Had Facebook:”

If Harry Potter Had Facebook

A humorous look at your favorite Harry Potter characters interacting on everybody's favorite social media 🙂

Posted by If Pop Culture Had on Friday, March 16, 2018

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