Tweet of the Day: J.K. Rowling’s Perfect Response to a Question About Dumbledore’s Sexuality

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“Harry Potter” author J.K. Rowling revealed that Albus Dumbledore was gay back in 2007 at Carnegie Hall, but apparently some fans still can’t seem to wrap their heads around it.

On Twitter Tuesday, a girl named Ana Kocovic reached out to Rowling and asked about the decision to make the Hogwarts headmaster a homosexual.

“Thank you so much for writing Harry Potter,” Kocovic wrote. “I wonder why you said that Dumbledore is a gay because I can’t see him in that way.”

And just like magic, Rowling responded with the most perfect tweet ever.

The girl ended up thanking her and apparently deleting all of her tweets. Her profile now says her name is Gellert Grindelwald, whom Rowling previously said was Dumbledore’s love interest.

“Amazing answer,” she replied. “Yes you are absolutely right. Such an inspiration!”

This Guy and the Opossum Need to Get Their Own Sitcom Right Now

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Warning: Beautiful smack talk in this video.

You know, sort of an "Odd Couple" thing. The Opossum is the slob, he's the uptight busybody. Together they can try and make dinners together, draw lines on the apartment floor, all the good stuff.

Ludacris Drops the Burn of the Month Against the Bush Family

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Ludacris and his foundation were honored in Atlanta for their decade-long work in improving public education. On the way out, of course, he had to drop this little ditty. 

Startup of the Day: New Website Lets You Send Anyone an Edible ‘Bag of Dicks’

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Everyone’s favorite comeback has become a reality. Your enemies can now literally eat a bag of dicks.

A new service called Dicks By Mail lets you anonymously ship a 5oz bag of gummy penises to family, friends or enemies.

Each bag costs just $15 plus shipping, and it includes a stock message for the recipient that says “Eat a bag of dicks.”

From the site:

Is it a threat? A gift? or just an unfriendly reminder that someone is a piece of sh*t; leave the recipient guessing for years to come.

Someone who recently received one of the packages in the mail posted a photo to Imgur, so you know what to expect.

The company says the prank is intended to be just for fun and not people with malicious intent.

This site was created to put a smile on peoples faces. It’s not meant to be a threat or a way to bully. If you are sending this with the intent to ruin someones day, then maybe its you who needs to eat a bag of dicks.

A similar online revenge service called ShipYourEnemiesGlitter.com was making headlines back in January, which let anyone send annoying packets of the stuff to people you hate.