Chapter One: Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Groan
Q: Why is Mad-Eye Moody such a bad teacher?
A: Because he can’t control his pupils.
Q: How many Slytherins does it take to stir a cauldron?
A: Just one. He puts his wand in the cauldron and the world revolves around him.
Q: Why does Voldemort prefer Twitter to Facebook?
A: Because he only has followers, not friends.
Q: What’s the difference between a comma and Crookshanks?
A: A comma is a pause at the end of a clause, and Crookshanks has claws at the end of his paws.
Q: Where can you find Dumbledore’s Army?
A: Up his sleevy.
Q: Why did Professor Snape stand in the middle of the road?
A: So you’ll never know which side he’s on.
To celebrate 70 years of being Canada’s most trusted brand, we’ve rounded up Reader’s Digest’s funniest jokes ever!