This Harry Potter Chapter Written by Predictive Text Is Insane

For starters, it's called 'Harry Potter and the Portrait of What Looked Like a Large Pile of Ash'
This Harry Potter Chapter Written by Predictive Text Is Insane
Harry Potter fans aren't too happy with series author and Fantastic Beasts screenwriter J.K. Rowling after her defence of Johnny Depp, but luckily, they've been gifted an entirely new Potter chapter courtesy of an unlikely author — predictive text.
 
The geniuses at Botnik Studios have created an entire chapter from a Harry Potter book — now titled Harry Potter and the Portrait of What Looked Like a Large Pile of Ash — using predictive text keyboards trained on all seven books in the series. And yes, it reads just as hilariously as one would assume.
 
Harry, Ron and Hermione remain the stars of the story, but a surprise twist finds interesting new creations taking on beloved roles — like when Dumbledore places his hand on "the pig of Hufflepuff" and declares: "You are Hagrid now."
 
Other highlights include an unexpected cry of: "BEEF WOMAN," a T-shirt enscribed with "Hermione Has Forgotten How to Dance" (which totally sounds like the name of Hogwarts favourite emo band), and "several long pumpkins" falling out of a professor.
 
There's plenty of other hilarious nonsense scattered throughout, as well. Read the full four-page chapter down below via Twitter.
 
Now we're just wondering how much Drake would be willing to drop on a full series worth of predictive text Harry Potter masterpieces.