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There was a joke about a Squib who won a million Galleons and asked for it all in small change. The joke is a play on the words "Knut" (the less valuable wizarding coin) and "nut" (used to refer to a mad individual). The Comedic Female Gargoyle used to tell this joke to those who passed by her.
Behind the scenes
- In the German version, the joke ends differently, saying that the Squib's name was Knut. This is based Knut being both the name of the wizarding coin and a male given name in Germany, though pronounced different then in the English version.
Notes and references
- ↑ Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix (video game) - PC/PS2/Wii version