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Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone/Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone - Dry Water
When Hermione is in the bathroom during the Halloween feast. The troll comes in and Hermione hinds under the sinks. Then the troll hits the sinks and water sprays everywhere even on Hermione but when she gets up she is dry.
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Load writes:
When she was under the sink, the water was shooting away from her, therefore not hitting her. So there was no reason she would be wet.
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Shib writes:
Actually if you watch closely, the water doesn't go on Hermione, it stops as she walks through it. Convenient, I know, but this isn't a slip-up.
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~SeXy~ writes:
Actually, the water was spraying when Hermione was under the sink, but she was under it, and it went farther than her, so actually it wouldn't have ever touched her.
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MushroomShmo88 writes:
Who says the water actually got on her in the first place?
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Ibonkers writes:
I don't remember seeing any water coming out of the sink at first, but after Hermionie (however you spell it) got up, the water came out faster. Maybe while she was under the sink, there was no water, and when she got up, she actually was dry. By then the water was coming out faster and was more noticeable.
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Asher writes:
The only reason the water stopped was because Hermione walked THROUGH it, therefore temporarily stopping it. Also, her robe is black, so the water wouldn't really show up, but if you look close, her robe is all wet and shiny looking at about the height where the water would have hit her.
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Sneezy writes:
Okay, here's the deal. After the troll broke the sink, the water sprayed out away from Hermione. So naturally she wouldn't be wet. But when she walks toward Harry and Ron she goes through the spray of water. The water flow only looks like it stops because she is in the way. If you watch her robes closely you can see at this part that she does indeed get wet.
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WildcatFlag03 writes:
I noticed this also. Yes, water did spray over Hermione and then all-of-a-sudden she was dry. Maybe they taped her coming up from under the sink on a different day so she was dry? I really have no idea. But, it's not really a big deal right? Water would have dried anyhow.
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