In honor of the Potter nerd in all of us, we re-imagined eight magical objects from the Harry Potter world in the context of how they could benefit our not-always-magical love lives.
Polyjuice Potion: Imagine how fun role-playing could be with a vial of this elixir in your hands. Though it takes a month to make and tastes absolutely horrific, Polyjuice potion turns the imbiber into anyone they want for an hour—as long as you can obtain that person's hair for the potion, of course. Though the potion has mostly been used for spying and nefarious dealings in the books, we believe it could be put to good use during foreplay. Though, would it count as cheating?Read: Infusing Fantasy Into Your Sex Life
Remembrall: Never forget a birthday or anniversary again with this smoke-filled orb that turns red when the user has forgotten something. Unfortunately, the Remeberall does not specify exactly what you have forgotten—that part is up to you, as Neville Longbottom discovered when given one in the first book, Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone.
Room of Requirement: In the fifth book, Harry Potter and company set up their secretive defense class in this enchanted room that could conjure up anything of necessity. Though our favorite underage wizard used the room to train Dumbledore's Army, we wonder how many hot-n-heavy couples stumbled in there over the years, looking for a place to get cozy. What sort of equipment did the room provide then, we wonder.
Floo Powder: Long-distance relationships would be an obsolete idea if this enchanted dust truly existed. As long as your significant other had a fireplace, one could simply sprinkle Floo powder in the nearest fireplace, shout out the address, jump in and be whisked away to your lover's arms. Talk about putting one's feet to the fire for love. Watch: Long-Distance Relationship Tech Tips