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Alex had to stay inside from recess one day because he had gotten in a fight with Thomas. He was using the time to finish his homework. It was silent. Mr Washington was sitting in the corner on his computer.
“Okay son,” he said. “You can go back outside now.”
Alex looked up. It was only halfway through recess. The last time they had gotten in a fight, Thomas had to stay for the whole recess and clean the floor. Sometimes Mr Washington let Alex do things the other kids weren’t allowed too. He let Alex eat lunch in the staff lounge once. It was really fun, but Thomass accused him of being a teacher’s pet after. That wasn’t so fun. Alex wondered if maybe Mr. Washington liked him more than the other kids. Maybe that was why he called alex his son. Alex got up to leave, but then stopped and turned around.
“Mr Washington?” he asked
“Why do you call me son?” he asked
Mr Washington paused for a second then spoke.
“Your real dad was not a nice man. Before you came here, he wasn’t very involved in your life. He was a father but he wasn’t a dad.”
“No.” Alex responded
“Alex, family isnt defined by who gave birth to you. Family is the people who love you no matter what. I willl always be there for you, just remember that, Alex. Sometimes it may seem to the other kids that you get an unfair amount of attention from me, but everyone needs someone in their lives to guide them. Don’t listen to Jefferson. He’s a jerk. Now go play. “
Okay, think about Hermione bringing her radio to school and having a bunch of the popular songs from the 1990′s and she specifically has The Bodyguard soundtrack, and Whitney’s ‘I Will Always Love You’ plays when they’re all studying in the common room, and Harry, Ron, Fred and George hear it.
And they lose their god damned minds.
Anytime they part from each other, they scream “aanDDd IIIIIIIIII WILLL ALWAYS….LOVE YOUUUUU” And Mcgonagall takes off 50 points from Gryffindor for incessant caterwauling in the halls.