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08 February 2011 @ 11:58 pm
Hmmmmm ...  
Quick question inspired by occasional peculiar comments over the years ...

Poll #1678773 You mean that canon may not include Tunnock's tea cakes?

When you think about the canonical world of Harry Potter, you ...

read it as though it takes place in our real world, just with added magic.
53(42.7%)
read it as though it takes place in a world like ours, but with multiple differences.
21(16.9%)
read it as though it takes place in a world with only superficial similarities to our own.
7(5.6%)
read it as though it takes place in a world very much like ours, but with wholly different popular culture.
4(3.2%)
read it as though it takes place in a world like ours, but with wholly different political culture.
5(4.0%)
read it as though it takes place in a crazy alternate universe where people queue and eat spotted dick.
2(1.6%)
I was going to tick the box immediately above this as a joke, but I really think it's set in a pretty real version of our world.
32(25.8%)
 
 
 
lokifanlokifan on February 8th, 2011 04:18 pm (UTC)
Tunnock's tea cakes and Kipling's exceedingly good cakes are blates extant in HP-world. OBVIOUSLY.