Ït turns out, in America, muggles aren't actually called "muggles." Wizards stateside call them "no-maj," which EW explains is pronounced "no-madge." It means "no magic," which makes sense. Plenty of English words and phrases are different across the pond, so it would fit that American wizards would use a different slang word to describe the non-spellcasting folks around them. But the Internet was not pleased with this revelation. "
It appears J.K. needs a few spankings from muggles in north America, and many of us would line up for that treat....
bare bottomed for certain!
Well, we can at least dream of spanking her, and dream she will change away from no-maj... I just cannot imagine that being slang in 1920 USA. Can you picture James Cagney, or any actors saying no-maj!
I have never Photoshopped any picture, but it may be time to learn. Send me any spanking photo you might have if you have photoshopped J.K. Rowling being spanked.