Well come get some sunshine next to me? I haven’t seen you in ages and I missed you Lupin. How ever am I supposed to get on without my favorite Marauder?
-plonks himself down next to her- Your favourite Marauder? Somehow, I highly doubt that you rank us as such, but I appreciate the gesture nonetheless. I reckon you’re my favourite, because you don’t have a clue about footie and can’t use it against me in a battle between cities.
How’ve you been, Mar?
Remus, the two most impressive things to come out of Liverpool are The Beatles and the Titanic. One of them broke up and the other one is sitting at the bottom of the ocean. Anyways I dunno if you’ve recently gone senile but we actually beat Liverpool FC this year. Yeah he basically thinks your Batman, only Liverpudlian and bad taste in football teams but yeah.
But who made the Titanic, hmm? You can blame Marlene and her lot for that. Sure, I’ll admit that the Beatles were a contributing factor in my dear Liverpool’s success, but the city made the band, not the other way ‘round. That win was entirely unfair and you know it. There was no need for a penalty! Anyway, Liverpool wouldn’t sink to such a level for the sake of the Premier League, of all things. You may think that, but at least I’ve got the whole ‘dark and mysterious’ thing going for me, eh?
Has anyone seen a bundle of chocolate frog cards lying about? I could’ve sworn I just had them. That’s just my luck, though. Finally managed to snag myself an Oswald Beamish and then I lose the bunch.
Well, Oswald is difficult to come by, maybe someone else had the same idea. Or you could have, y’know, just misplaced them. Because, really, we all no how forgetful you can be, Lils.
Like you have the heart to be self serving and leave him blind.
I’m only doing Pete a favor, they’ll glorify him. Flood the Slytherin girl’s bathrooms, Myrtle can vouch.
I had the heart to ink your face while you slept, I may surprise you, Pads. That could solve the problem - I’ll just make James think he’s wearing specs.
Because all you had in mind was Pete’s well-being, of course. And I have no doubt that Myrtle will spout out… something interesting.
That’s your wand sir, not supposed to lean on that.
When in doubt and for lack of a cat? Always.
Really? Merlin, I must be going blind. I may have to knick Prongs’ glasses too.
Excellent friend, you are. So what is it that Pete did then?
Well that’s no fun, how ever am I going to see their pretty faces? Like yours for example, where have you been hiding sweetie?
They’ll come waddling out in no time, I’m certain. No matter how creepy it sounds, I’ve been in your shadow all day, Mar. ‘Seems I needed a little sunshine.
I swear on Merlin’s beard that the coffee here tastes better than the coffee at home.
Coffee never tastes good anywhere. It just hasn’t dawned on you yet.
You’re too young to sound so jaded Prefect Moony, at ease.
It was Peter.
'What was that, son? Oh, it seems I've misplaced my walking-stick…
Typical; blame it on the rat.
Nah, Manchester is definitely in the top ten. S’not 1964 anymore and the Beatles have long since left Liverpool, that’s why we took your place in the top ten. I do love your mother, she’s such a wonderful lady honestly. Either way, I’ve got about ten different pictures of you dressed up as various creatures of the night.
You’re in denial, Doe. And the Beatles were only a mere step in my dear city’s road to success - plus you’re forgetting that we’re far better at footie than you lot. Everyone loves my mother, apparently. Merlin, you make me sound like Batman, or someone equally as mysterious.