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#11 - tvfreakuk
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(11/22/2012) [-]
Well it's any thing from the person that can have their DNA, really (blood, skin etc.)
Hair is just extremely convenient as it is just something you can either pluck off the head or take off the clothes (unless you get cat hair by mistake)
Hell, we don't even know the exact rules regarding what it is you need from the person... Could you possibly put in one of the horcruxes and that would be enough because you literally put his soul into the potion?

But with how horrible Crabbe and Goyle's potions tasted, imagine how vile and disgusting it would be to drink Voldemort.
#34 to #11 - gallifreyan
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(11/23/2012) [-]
According to Pottermore, J.K.Rowling stated that Polyjuice Potion can be made with any sort of DNA, including (but not limited to): Hair, Nail clippings, spit, and/or skin.
#38 to #34 - tvfreakuk
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(11/23/2012) [-]
Cool. I've actually signed up for Pottermore a couple days ago, but haven't had the time to look through it and stuff yet, so yeah...
#41 to #38 - gallifreyan
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(11/23/2012) [-]
They just released the last half of the Second book. Rowling is taking her time on it to provide more stuff and a very different experience with the books. In fact, I'm stuck at the PolyJuice Potion part, because you actually virtually brew the potions, and their more difficult than you'd think.
#13 to #11 - fishtacos
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(11/22/2012) [-]
It would probably taste like Snake **** marinated in concentrated evil and dipped in the tears of his victim's families, topped with the souls of Hufflepuffs (Because Hufflepuff is the dumbest house ever)