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Posted byu/[deleted]3 months ago

LPT: Always check out the shittiest looking book at a library

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Also the shittiest looking book in the library has probably been passed around, which means it must be good for something.

Word to your mother.

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And it will also be very pleasant when it falls apart in your hands or when you're distracted by the notes some guy took in the margin.

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3 points · 3 months ago

2nd shittiest looking book? Always worked for me. Plus those notes people take can sometimes be pretty helpful.

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You should't believe what you read in HP and the half blood prince

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5 points · 3 months ago

What

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Half of the plot in that book is based on Harry deciphering snape's scribblings in his potions book

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