Following a spirited game of Kingdoms (a true test of memory, naturally won by a Ravenclaw), and a nail-baiting game of Charades (which featured some...interesting performances), there was a round of the ever-popular game picture telephone.
How does picture telephone work? You start with a blank piece of paper. At the top, you write a sentence. The paper is then passed on to someone else, who interprets the sentence in a drawing. After covering the sentence, the drawing is passed on to the next person, who writes a sentence based on the drawing, covers up the drawing, and passes on their sentence. Oh, and the whole thing is timed--you get a minute to write, and two minutes to draw.
You can see where this is going. But in case you don't realize just how many things can go wrong, have a look at some of the picture-telephone sequences from the night (thank you to Raymond for the pictures!):
1. Harry riding a broomstick
2. Harry on a broomstick being struck by lightning
3. Harry Potter and the Brexit of Fire