Aguamenti Spells on Sundays

I’m still pissed about the Lost finale, but don’t worry, I’m not gonna talk about that in this post. It’s not like it hasn’t been all over the internet for years and analyzed from every possible angle. The internet doesn’t need any more opinions on it. Plus, there are those who think it was “underrated” like it wasn’t that great, and those annoy me so much. It was that great, but it still pissed me off. I just got off the phone with my friend Natasha, and she just mentioned it after having read a recent article about it, so that’s why it’s still on my mind. But no, I won’t talk about it right now. You can tell me your thoughts if you have any, though.

Anyway, Sundays are chill in my apartment. I really like that. Everyone is mostly doing their own thing, and I actually don’t hate Sundays like most people do. Me and my roommates get along pretty well. We’re not best friends or anything like that, but we respect each other and sometimes hang out. They’re good people, I like them.

The only flaw in this apartment is the constant lack of enough hot water. This is an issue most days, but given that we have different schedules on workdays, everyone gets their turn. On Sundays, though, we’re forced to plan our bathroom time. I often wish I was a witch and had a wand with me at all times, and just perform the Aguamenti Spell whenever I needed hot water.

For those of you who don’t know, the Aguamenti Spell is also known as the Water-Making Spell, is a charm that conjures a jet od water from a wizard’s or witch’s wand. It’s not hot water, per se, but I’m sure something could be worked out. On Sundays, I think that this is the coolest spell.

But, we have to stick to real-world solutions, so I was thinking about proposing to our landlord to install a tankless heater in our apartment. It’ll solve a lot of problems, and it’s better for the long term. We’ve been living here for over two years and I think it’s time I brought it up. Unfortunately, I’m not a witch, so I’ll have to make do.

But I do wonder if they ever had this problem in Hogwarts. What was their solution? Here’s some food for thought – what do you think?