Welcome to the magical world of Harry Potter where “he who should not be named” is one hell of an antagonist!
But just who is Voldemort? For Harry Potter fanatics, this is easy to answer. For those who are unfamiliar with the story of the “Boy who lived”, then the reference to Voldemort might be a bit difficult to understand.
Voldemort is Harry Potter’s primary enemy. He after all attempted to kill Harry after murdering both his parents. Voldemort is one evil wizard who killed ruthlessly anyone who gets in his way. In the magical world of Harry Potter and his friends, Voldemort was someone so feared that people could not even bear to say his name. Hence his monicker, “He who should not be named”.
Harry Potter is so embedded in popular culture and Voldemort included. Say the name Voldemort and it would mean evil. Describe a person as Voldemort and it means someone who is wicked and ruthless. Have an enemy without any conscience or moral torque, then you can name him or her after Harry’s enemy!
And not so surprisingly, there’s a Lenny Face for Voldemort. It’s often used to depict a super bad or evil person or an overly strong hatred against another.
There’s nothing magical about the Voldemort Lenny Face despite the character being part of a magical world. On the contrary, the face is quite simple: ( ͡° ͜V ͡°)
Wondering why the evil wizard has a simple Lenny face? The answer probably lies in the face of Voldemort, the character in the book. Years after he resurfaced, Voldemort had an almost flat face. This is because his spells to kill Harry backfired on him, thus he was reduced to an almost destroyed physical form and later on, a flat face.
But don’t worry, those who know Voldemort would know the message your trying to convey when you use ( ͡° ͜V ͡°).