person 2: No way. There's clues that show he's good.
person 3: Well I bet Snape's good... in bed.
"NOOOOOOOOOOOOOO! YOU BITCH! YOU BITCH!"
He also must play a role as Voldemort's favourite Death Eater so that he can spy on them for Albus Dumbledore (Headmaster of Hogwarts). In the sixth book Dumbledore asks Severus to kill him since he is dying anyway and he doesn't want Draco Malfoy to have to do it. Severus does it selflessly and is labeled a murderer and a traitor by all the Hogwarts people.
He is sexy and intelligent and a snarky bastard. He is also an only child. Liz C. said that Bellatrix LeStrange and Narcissa Malfoy were his sisters. THIS IS WRONG. They are not related at all they are only his acquaintances.
In the end it is Severus Snape who gives Harry a memory Dumbledore told him to. He was never a bad person, he was forced to play two roles and always wear a mask. He only did what he had to to win the war. And he did what he was told by Dumbledore, the only man who ever showed him any mercy.
"Snape is so sexy! And so smart!"
girl 1- "Snape is such a bastard sometimes..."
girl 2- "Yeah, but it makes him that much hotter."
both- *sigh* "Oh yeah."
Girl 2- Which one?
Girl- Snape of course!
Regional variants include "Snapey" and "Snapey Cormack".
Some say that Snape predates time and space.
Although many have speculated that Snapey is the original Snape, he and Baby Snapey are in fact twins, lending a whole new layer of complexity to intersnape relations.
Some say that all of Snapeism grew from a single snape. The rapid rise and proliferation of Snapeism can be attributed to the incredible speed with which snapes rise to prominence in their local communities. From these positions of authority, snapes preach of Snapeism, and the inevitability of complete snape domination. This phenomenon has been dubbed by leading sociologists as Snapevolution. Snapevolution is thought of in certain circles as humanity's final step towards divinity, and as such is a process to be welcomed and aided whenever possible.
As the author of this piece, I simply offer a heartfelt welcome to the ranks of Snapeism. But for those heretics that wish to remain uninitiated, I have but a single warning:
I like snapecakes.
Oversnaping is unsnapessary.
Seagulls snaping backwards.