The Famous Dead Bird in Scene 27 of Harry Potter and the Goblet of Nachos

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“Did Snapes kill the bird too?”

SHHHHHHHHHHHHH.... look, there it is.


SHHHHHHHHHHHHH... right over there, look.

Oh my God... is that the same bird from The Wizard of Oz?

Yeah, that's it.

What's it doing here? What's it-


What's it doing dead? What the hell happened to it?

Well... you see... the Munchkins needed a fair trade. The bird killed one of their own, so they took it, and now it's here.

They hid it in plain sight...

Of course. It's a warning, a warning to all who would bring death or dishonor to the red sun cult.

What do we do?

Nothing, it's more trouble than it's worth... they've grown weak over the years, and we'd best not give them a reason to regroup and become strong... In a while, they will fade away to little more than a memory... or not... We have no concern with their affairs, we should not give them reason to show concern in us...

Our speaker walks away, the other follows him, wondering if all that he sees or seems is a dream within a dre- SSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH!!!!!!!!!!

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