and he claims he doesn't have a favorite. . his. R tus,,,, imgur. Aww yiss, Dumbledore. and he claims doesn't have a favorite his R tus imgur Aww yiss Dumbledore
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> hey anon, wanna give your opinion?
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#3 - puredeliciousness
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Aww yiss, Dumbledore.
User avatar #64 to #3 - neokun
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Ahh yes... The old Dumble triangle door....
#80 to #64 - boomerpyro
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the symbol of The Illuminati Hallows
#2 - fezzo
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You might be Hufflepuffin from the exertion, but it's possible to Slytherin to that Griffin door without Ravenclawing at the wall too much.
#40 to #2 - stefanos
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#8 to #2 - arreatface
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#52 - ahremanes
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**ahremanes rolled image** What's behind my backdoor
**ahremanes rolled image** What's behind my backdoor
User avatar #53 to #52 - ahremanes
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OMFG.... terrifying...
User avatar #70 to #52 - renespar
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calm down bluebeard...
#69 to #52 - specialops
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User avatar #73 to #69 - cormy
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That would be Elfen Lied.
#71 to #52 - frossty
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#57 to #52 - thebroble
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User avatar #62 to #57 - ahremanes
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well played gif!
#27 - boocraft
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You ******* ignorant sluts. In Goblet of Fire it clearly says it is Gargoyle when Harry speaks to him.  Pic unreleated
You ******* ignorant sluts. In Goblet of Fire it clearly says it is Gargoyle when Harry speaks to him. Pic unreleated
User avatar #29 to #27 - mutzaki
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Gargoyles are a water conveyance system, usually in the form of grotesques. Grotesques are carved stone figures and can be in the shape of pretty much anything, including griffins.
User avatar #30 to #29 - nustix
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Well in the books rowling reffers to the statue as a gargoyle most likely because no one knows what the **** you are talking about otherwise.
#60 to #27 - thecraftedmine
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#21 - agentmoleman
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Well he did went to Gryffindore, when he attended Hogwarts, so I guess it's not that weird..
#11 - huffenpuff
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For anyone wondering, a gargoyle is a stone carving that is but on buildings to help water run off of them instead of the walls to prevent erosion (they're really pretty gutters). While anything that's in the shape of an animal is called a grotesque. So unless that is both on the roof and helps keep water off of the roof, it's a grotesque, not a gargoyle.
#24 to #11 - sciencexplain
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I like the relevance of the username to the content and the knowledge. You clever bastard.
#66 to #24 - huffenpuff
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I'm relevant for once, woo.
I don't see it, how am I relevant?
User avatar #76 to #66 - sciencexplain
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cuz huffenpuff sounds like huffelpuff, and it's harry potter content.
#82 to #76 - huffenpuff
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I'm disappointed in myself that I didn't realize that.
#50 - dronenortle
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You can only imagine the ******* tuition at this school.
User avatar #54 to #50 - ScottP
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They've got a pretty big incident rate so that'd probably bring it down a little
#55 to #54 - dronenortle
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"How was your day hunny?"


"Oh you know mom, almost got eaten by a snake, Voldemort try to kill me and my ****** the usual"
User avatar #58 to #55 - huntergriff
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Harry's parents are dead.
#59 to #58 - dronenortle
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Who said I was talking about Harry?
#61 to #59 - huntergriff
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#12 - poeg
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Dumbledore
User avatar #32 to #12 - theuglypanda
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Bumbledore
#72 to #32 - poeg
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Dumbledore is an name for bumblebees
#79 to #12 - apolloeighteen
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dumblederp
dumblederp
User avatar #4 - galaxyguy
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*cough* Gargoyle *cough*
User avatar #45 to #4 - TigerMann
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Good sir, while it is true that this is a stone statue of a mythological creature, a gargoyle looks like demon-folk and has bat wings. Griffons have the body of a noble lion I think it's a lion and a head resembling the mighty eagle hawk falcon bird of prey, along with wings of said eagle hawk falcon why don't I know birds bird of prey. And even though it was incorrect, I shall not thumb you down, for you are only human. As we all are. Except for the tri-gendered pyrofoxes.
#6 to #4 - anon id: dc563854
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Then why is it feathered?
#16 to #6 - anon id: b9a380f3
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Because they changed it in the movie.
#10 to #4 - anon id: 466123c0
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Have a lozenge, it's a griffin.
User avatar #19 to #10 - kaisakuenkou
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It can't be both?
User avatar #46 to #19 - sindrifreyr
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gargoyles are the fountain statues that spew water(although new meaning has been thrust upon the word that is what it still meant to represent. Technically it is not a gargoyle then but if it was a part of a fountain then yes it could technically be.
#51 to #46 - kaisakuenkou
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#25 to #19 - anon id: 95f3ba38
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no.
#28 to #4 - anon id: 7ace4183
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can people stop being idiots and downvoting this guy? In the books (the original which you should take all facts from unless it's clearly stated that it's only in the movies) Dumbledore doesn't have a griffin infront of his door, he had a ******* gargoyle.

know your facts before you downvote
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User avatar #65 to #4 - temporalguardian
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Poor guy. #4 says gargoyle. gets drowned in red. #27 says the same thing, only a tad more rudely, gets greens.
User avatar #75 to #65 - galaxyguy
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Welcome to FunnyJunk
User avatar #15 to #4 - europe
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"which in turn is concealed by a gargoyle on the third floor. "
harrypotter.wikia.com/wiki/Headmaster%27s_office
You're right.
#26 to #15 - anon id: 95f3ba38
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In book, yes. In movie, no. This is not a difficult concept.
User avatar #1 - breaken
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yuk yuk