Feb 21 2011Bathroom Reading: The Entire First Chapter Of Harry Potter Scrawled In A Toilet Stall


Somebody took the time to write the entire first chapter of 'Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone' on the wall of a bathroom stall. There's no way anybody could read that top part without standing up and shitting on the floor aside, who the hell does something like this? "Somebody handicapped". Astute observation! That is a handicapped stall, isn't it? What else can we tell about this person? "Probably has hemorrhoids". Why? "Sitting on the toilet for long periods can cause them." What the -- *standing up and flushing* ARE YOU BEING FOR REAL?!

Bathroom Graffiti of the Day [thedailywh.at]

Thanks to Jules, who once used a bar bathroom that had a chapter from Twilight copied in the stall so she set a trashcan full of tampons and toilet paper on fire and burnt it to the ground.

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Well... somebody had a lot of time to kill sitting there...

It's 'Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone'.

And that is serious constipation.


interesting but....... it has nothing to do with popping balloons

I only know about 1 philosopher's stone and it is used for alchemy

They should have scribbled the second book instead haha


You're at it again, aren't ya Larry?!

More like harry plopper!

a harry potter chapter on the wall might be the gayest thing to ever happen in a dirty truckstop bathroom.

It is "Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone", within the U.S. I have no idea why.

Ah, this is why:

"The title was changed because Scholastic thought that a child wouldn't buy a book with the word "philosopher" in the title"

i.e.: We firmly believe that American students are imbeciles.

@9 just be glad it isnt twilight

@12 twilight stall coming next week

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