J.K. Rowling Apologizes For Killing One of Her Harry Potter Characters

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Someone fetch my Time Turner!

Um, spoilers for the last Harry Potter book?

Remember that time J.K. Rowling said she regretted killing one of her characters and everyone was like, “OH SHE MUST MEAN FRED” and then she said fudging Florean Fortescue? Well, at least we have this now:


She doesn’t regret this one but at least she knows how hard it hit us. Let’s all toss back a Skiving Snackbox in honor of his memory.

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