Harry Potter and the Secret of the Dark Woods.

Harry and Ron ventured deeper and deeper into the Dark Woods, and sure enough, the further they walked, the darker it became. Soon they were surrounded by darkness, and the only light was coming from overhead.

Ron was paralyzed with terror. “We’re doomed,” he whimpered. “How will we get out now?”

“I have an idea,” Harry replied. “Take off your belt and wrap it tightly around your ankles.”

“What?”

“Trust me,” Harry said. “Just do it.”

Both Ron and Harry removed their belts and wrapped them around the section of their robes covering their ankles.

“Nice,” Ron hinted sarcastically. “How are we going to walk now?”

“We’re not walking,” Harry replied, raising his wand. “BOMBULUM!”

There was a faint rumbling sound as Harry and Ron began farting and the trapped gas began to inflate their robes as if they were balloons. Soon they lifted gently off the ground and floated towards the light at the top of the trees.

“I have to hand it to you, Harry,” Ron said. “You’re a genius.”

“Shut up and keep farting,” Harry replied. “We’re not out of the woods yet.”

Harry and Ron continued farting their way back to Hogwarts, gently coasting above the trees until they had cleared the edge of the Dark Woods, but they kept on going until they were within walking distance of Hogwarts.

“CAESUM BOMBULUM!” Harry shouted and immediately their farting began to ease to allow a gentle descent back to the ground. Once they landed, they removed the belts from around their ankles, cautiously re-entered the Gryffindor dormitory and hung up their stinky robes by the window to be aired out, grateful they had escaped the Dark Woods alive but once again denied its dark secret.

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