Severus Snape Works For American Airlines And The World Just Became A Much More Magical Place


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A brief announcement from the Ministry of Magic’s Department of Muggle/Wizard Communications:

In the years since the battle of Hogwarts, it seems that one brave wizard has been spending his free time in a safe, non-wizard career. Severus Snape, who most believed had died, has chosen to live a life free of magical drama. He has taken a job in the muggle field of aerodynamics with the company “American Airlines.” This muggle company provides air transportation for humans around the world. “AA” uses giant flying busses to transport muggles from one place to another. At this time we respect Snape’s wishes to be in the muggle world, and we invite the wizard world to celebrate this time of integration.

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Muggle Correspondent
Ministry of Magic’s Department of Muggle/Wizard Communications

I honestly couldn’t make this shit up if I tried. In a Facebook post made by none other than American Airlines, a picture of a spell-casting Snape was posted. The wand, the snarl, the disdain for non-Slytherins. It seems that the rumors are true. Snape is alive, well, and serving beverages to traveling muggles.

Severus Snape will assist you in the boarding process for Flight Nine and Three Quarters from LaGuardia to Hogwarts. We’…

Posted by American Airlines on Friday, June 5, 2015

If that picture isn’t enough to prove it, then the snub of the Gryffindor house is sure to do it. Despite the dig, traveling just got much more magical thanks to this amazing look-alike.

[via Popsugar]

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