Muggle science teacher blames J.K. Rowling for this magic-inspired mistake
Is there such a thing as too much Harry Potter?
Science teacher Neil Baker asserted that there is when he tweeted this picture to J.K. Rowling.
In the image of a science exam, a student answered a biology prompt with a Harry Potter inspired misspelling. The student wrote the word “disaperates,” which (when spelled correctly) is the magical ability to transport oneself anywhere in a matter of seconds.
Baker circled the word and wrote the comment: “You’ve been reading too much Harry Potter! Evaporates!”
J.K. Rowling retweeted the hilarious vocabulary error, which gave fans a good laugh.
Sure, students need to stick to muggle terminology when answering muggle science questions. But to suggest that there is such thing as too much Harry Potter is as incorrect as that student’s answer.