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Harry Potter fans who waited hours to see the historic ‘Jacobite’ train which served as the ‘Hogwarts Express’ had their view ruined by a perfectly timed commuter train.
Schadenfreude is the word that describes when you find pleasure in other people’s misfortunes. As someone with a lot of empathy, it is not something that I experience very often. However, while watching this video, I experienced deep schadenfreude. So much schadenfreude. Schadenfreude was coming out of my ears.
Harry Potter fans gathered to see a steam-powered train that was used in the Harry Potter franchise, which was set to pass by Drumry Station in Scotland. They waited in line for ages to get to see the train speed on by, but unfortunately (or fortunately), passengers on one side had their view completely blocked by an arriving ScotRail train.
The timing was incredible, arriving just at the precise moment that would mean the two trains would cross over, ensuring they missed the entire thing.
Amazing. I think it’s easier for people to find this mostly funny instead of sad due to the whole “JK Rowling” of it all. She has burned through a LOT of goodwill, and it’s hard to see people heading out during a global pandemic to actively engage in the franchise.
It’s also funny because it is funny! The above footage shows the man recording finding it amusing, and in the below footage from another person you can hear most of the people laughing in disbelief. You will also hear someone swearing in a Scottish accent, which is delightful.
This article first appeared on junkee.com
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