September 16, 2011

While clutching a pile of dog-eared papers...

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  1. Ah yes, erotic Harry Potter fan-fiction, that most valuable of commodities.

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  2. @The Shut-In: Oh, you know it.

    Also, he just seems so goddamn pleased, doesn't he?

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  3. "YES! NO AMOUNT OF MONEY IS TOO MUCH!"

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  4. NOFX? More like NOTHX, amirite? Anyone?


    Also, are you sure people haven't figured out who you are and are just trolling you?

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  5. "A bunch of stories I've wri- er, found online. Yes. Definitely".

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  6. This is probably my favorite one.

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  7. That is too awesome. It can't be real. I think I would have an aneurysm from all the smart-ass comments trying to get out, if someone were to actually ask me this...

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  8. Is it me, or are there just a LOT of customers at this particular shop... doesn't seem to be any recurring characters. Then again, one would have to compare 500+ strips.

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  9. "And then Harry and Hermione totally did it from, like, behind or something, and it was all magical and shit, and sparks were flying and whatever, and then Harry spooged in her face and it was totally magic, too. Ten points for Girraffendor, thought Professor McGonargle, who was watching in the corner and totally flicking her gross old bean."

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  10. 10 points for Tigerama

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  11. I'm not sure what I find more unsettling: The fact that he 'found' not just one but 'a bunch' of Harry Potter erotica, or the fact that he honestly thought he could just print them out and sell them.

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  12. It's cliche but,

    Stage one, collect Harry Potter erotic fan fiction.

    Stage two, ???

    Stage three, profit.

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  13. @Tigerama 1:26

    I choked on the rice I was eating. Bravo.

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  14. Tigerama just made tenure.

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  15. Wha...what...wha... how do you respond to this?

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  16. @notion city - stage 2 is probably why they are dog-eared......and, they are probably sticky, too.

    eeeeewww, i just grossed myself out.

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  17. Oh god...
    Thats so... It would almost be adorable that he is so naive and worldly innocent, if it wasn´t so creepy and offsetting.

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  18. This just makes me very curious as to how many times you've had to call the police into your store.

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  19. Dude, get with the times! All the kids are into My Little Pony: Friendship With Benefits clopfiction now. "Taste the Rainbow Dash" is, like, the all-time bestseller, followed by "One in the Pinkie, Two in the Stinkie."

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  20. That the papers are "dog-eared" is what really does it for me. Like he's got the one-and-only, precious, archived copies: they are cherished relics of bygone days. Who knows how many hands these pages have passed through? Who knows what "evidence" of appreciation remains on them from prior owners? How could you pass up this opportunity?

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  21. It's the "really" that kills me every time. They're REALLY sexual.

    And I will never write anything funnier in my life than "flicking her gross old bean." Ever.

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  22. Funny. I never thought of selling this fan fiction that's free online. When I first discovered it, I think maybe the first thought was to run into the street and burn down every house I saw.

    @ The Shut-In

    Oddly enough, erotic fan fiction shall be the currency of the future economy after this one collapses when humanity starts civilization over after the war with the snake people behind it.

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  23. What got me was the "dog-eared" which mean not only did he find them and print them out but he... used them...

    And now he's trying to sell them.

    A flamethrower would fix this.

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  24. This makes me sad to be a NOFX fan.

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  25. I have written erotic Harry Potter fanfiction myself, and I'm letting you read it for free. (No, really. It's on my blog.) Printing out other peoples' fanfics and selling them is like, wrong squared. . .

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