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Mekora wrote:Sure it does! The badger (hufflepuff) which is usually known for their gentle/good-natured side is killing the snake (slytherin) It also references to Honey badgers which is just awesome!
Something that you like doesn't make this on topic. As to your first argument, that's not "Fish Out of Water" or something that doesn't belong. It's something acting outside of its normal. Not the same thing.
And we have no way of knowing that this is the honey badger don't care meme since it's a Harry Potter reference. And let's say that it is that meme; it makes even less sense.
leevijeans wrote:its connection to the theme is the actual animal, the honey badger: an aggressive animal that eats other predators like venomous snakes unlike other animals that just hunt things that don't bite back. i'm assuming the hogwarts theme was just added to give it more entertainment value since both the badger and snake happen to be hogwarts mascots.
The shirt is a Harry Potter shirt, so all four of them belong. Not one of them is the fish out of water. The Harry Potter theme is the shirt, it's not just an added afterthought. I have no idea what the first thing you're trying to say means. The badger is the fish out of water because it eats other animals? Lions don't? Snakes don't? Or the badger eats things that bite back so it's different? What the hell are you talking about?!
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