NYC Subway Has Direct Stop To Hogwarts? [Pic]

Submitted by: Titter 6 years ago in Funny

We wonder how many people got this real-life Easter egg while they walked past this Union Square sign...
There are 44 comments:
Male 1,834
lame
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Female 301
Did anyone else notice the symbol under the 6?
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Male 25,416
NIce effort!
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Male 698
$9.75 is what new yorkers might pay in the future.
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Male 2,436
Hogwarts? Is that in New Jersey? Not a clue.
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Male 39
crafty
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Female 45
Platform nine and three quarters! <3
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Male 3,915
yeah i don`t get it....is it the 9 1/2 perhaps?

i think i remember that from the first movie like 8 years ago!
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Female 1,043
<3
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Female 1,181
i got it, but only because my kids have read the books. the whole thing may be popular w/ a lot of adults, but to me they`re nothing but kids books.
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Male 4,242
@meepmaker

it was the a best selling book; top box offce movie and more toys then you can count. And you think most wont get it?
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Male 533
Could be an American wizarding school... I always wondered what an American Wizard school would be like.
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Female 1,515
@SapphireHart Thank you Captain Obvious! :P
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Male 11,739
[quote]It`s a shame so many people will be dissapointed it won`t actually take them to hogwarts because the station is in London![/quote]

Anything can happen with magic. They added a second station.
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Male 6,693
I say very few got that.
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Female 9,572
lol nice!
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Male 558
fan-boy graffiti... you could be using that defacing skill much more conscientiously...
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Female 412
It`s a shame so many people will be dissapointed it won`t actually take them to hogwarts because the station is in London! ;-)
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Male 3,076
haha I would love to see tourist try the magic wall to catch this train
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Female 275
We convinced the kids I live with not to be disappointed when they don`t get an owl because we`re not British, and therefore our wizard schools are not boarding schools.
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Male 2,441
Ah wowwwww
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Male 93
Movie release weekend advertising
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Male 12,138
[quote]the only thing wrong with harry potter is harry potter himself.. if he would just drating die i could finally enjoy it.[/quote]
I`ve been saying the same things for years about the Justin Beiber autobiography.
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Male 11,739
win!
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Male 96
the only thing wrong with harry potter is harry potter himself.. if he would just drating die i could finally enjoy it.
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Female 2,674
Cute. Love me some HP!
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Male 117
Hacked IRL
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Male 10,855
Must be guerilla marketing.
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Male 6
Lolz at the people who think this is shopped and don`t know what street art is. And what we call "stickers".
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Female 2,120
Too bad I`m a muggle and can`t travel through magical walls :C
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Female 1,798
okay, now go run into that brick wall over there and see what happens :)
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Female 1,441
Aww that`s sweet. HP will live on.
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Male 2,893
Lol.
HP DH Part One was pretty good.
Can`t wait for Pt. 2
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Female 51
UNfortunately I think it may be shopped
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Male 1,357
made me smile :)
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Male 39,934
@ VirtualParty - In Harry Potter books, the train to Hogwarts leaves from platform 9 3/4 .

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Male 787
Can someone give us a hint for the uneducated?
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Female 203
^_^ -bucket list-
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Male 404
The number, 9 3/4, is used in the book. When Harry goes to Hogwarts, he must go through Platform 9 3/4 at King`s Cross (the train station) to access the Hogwarts Express.
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Female 326
Going to this train stop is now on my list of things to do before I die.
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Male 24
I don`t know which is sadder. That I remembered that from the first movie (the only one I saw) or that someone actualy did that.
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Female 3,562
Don`t get it. Haven`t read the books though, just saw the first movies.
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Male 132
I didn`t get it and I read the title
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Female 333
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