So apparently Warner Bros. is suing the Swiss manufacturer of 'Harry Popper' condoms for copyright infringement because the name's too similar to Harry Potter's. Personally, I don't see it. Wiener magic! Per questionable Google translation:
The lawyer of the film Giant, "Everyone who sees condoms from thinks automatically of Harry Potter." No one could seriously argue the opposite. Deliberately feed on the sex shop from the image of magician's apprentice: youthfulness, magic. On the package a signed Pariserli swings glad his wand. The unmistakable Rundbrille not missing. The condom-seller extended-range Popper be gradually since 2006, a successful product.
"If this does not stop the court, there is a wildfire," cautioned the applicant's lawyer. For Warner Brothers is obvious: The sorcerer Harry Potter have a "very positive image." Condoms have no business there. Especially not now. According to Warner Bros. in November to plan the launch of the new Potter movie. Also a new video game is in preparation. The lawyer for Warner Bros. bluntly: "The image of my client is in danger."
Remember: safety first, wizards. Never cast a spell on a witch's vagina without sheathing your magic wand first. Unless the vagina you're casting on is actually an old gym sock, in which case 1) that's sad as f*** and 2) at least upgrade to a dress sock. Just sayin', you only get one wiener (or in my case, five), it deserves a Gold Toe.
Thanks to Cory, who doesn't need Harry Popper condoms to make magic in the bedroom. Just a cauldron and spell book.