On the first book, they deducted a point every time the Al Pacino character said "fuck."
When it comes to teachers, Professor Snape is obviously the biggest dick, taking a total of 287 points. The single biggest deduction, surprisingly, belongs to Professor McGonagall after she fines Harry, Hermione, and Neville 50 points each for wandering the school's corridors at night. On the other hand, the most generous teacher is Dumbledore, who gives 400 points to Harry and Ron for saving Ginny from the Basilisk -- an award which pretty much guarantees that students started throwing their fellows down there for easy points.
Neville wasn't there, but they took his points anyway for being a plant-loving weirdo.
Predictably, Gryffindor has the most points on record by the end of the series (1000 given, 532 deducted), with the top-earning student being, uh, Ron? Wait, really? That guy? Well, time to re-release the books under more accurate titles, like Ron Weasley And The Whatever Bullshit He Was Doing While Harry Saved The World.
"What Sexual Position Did Titanic's Jack And Rose Assume Inside That Car?"
Among the many false expectations that Titanic gave '90s teenagers was the idea that having sex in the back of a car will always be sensuous and romantic, as opposed to concussions and painstaking human origami. Still, the scene where Jack and Rose get it on inside a Model T is an undeniable classic, and the second most worn-out part of any Titanic VHS tape.
Here's a reminder, as if you don't have it committed to memory.
Since James Cameron wasn't directing a hardcore skin flick, though, the scene immediately cuts to the outside of the car, where we see Rose ineffectually grasp the glass of the window before slowly disappearing. This poses the question, "How the fuck were they fucking?"
Luckily, Jezebel decided to tackle such a question. They started by establishing that "the hand could not have swiped that rear window with that angle and that level of flushness if they are lying Rose bottom-Jack top." It was basically the Warren Commission, except they knew the number of shooters and were only missing the angle.