Normally I can't stand these sort of stories, but this one tickled me a bit.Boffins/geeks/virgins have worked out that a term at wand-waving school of sorcery Hogwarts would set you back a massive £30k per year.
So, my question is, how can the Weasley's, forever more on the brink of bankruptcy, afford to send their fire-mopped brood to the school? They'd be paying 150,000 in school fees alone, not including Bill's dragon lessons.
I know this is possibly the wrong part of the whole plot to get hung up on, but it's these little details which make the whole series unbelievable.
And just because I can, Alan Rickman. Admit it, you would…