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Comic #169

1 Hermione: How was your summer with the Dursleys, Harry?
1 Harry: Dreadful, as usual. What did you do, Hermione?
2 Hermione: My family went to the French Riviera. It was lovely. I spent the whole time in a bikini.
3 Hermione: Of course to avoid sunburn I had to keep rubbing lotion all over my body...
4 Harry: I think that's enough, Hermione. Ron looks a bit flushed by the idea of so much sunshine.
4 Ron: Uh... yeah. Sounds... uh... horrible.

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2012-05-14 Rerun commentary: Presumably witches and wizards have some way of avoiding sunburn magically. Maybe it's one of the twelve uses of dragon's blood. That's why Dumbledore had such a fine, pale complexion.

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