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Reddit Asks The Question: 'Which 'Good' Character Is Actually a Horrible Person?'

Newsflash! Everyone you love is actually an arsehole, as Reddit asks the question: 'Which 'Good' Character Is Actually a Horrible Person?' You can check out the whole thread here, but below are some highlights: sami2503 Snape Just because hes actually...
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