Scorpius knows exactly who Albus is when they meet in the train carriage. He’s known for years that Harry Potter had a son his age who would probably be in his class at school. He knows that that kid is called Al. He’s seen pictures of him in the paper, of course he has.
Scorpius doesn’t even dare to dream of becoming friends with Harry Potter’s son. He imagines going to Hogwarts and having friends like Harry did, but he doesn’t think for a second that Al would give him any attention. Al is a Potter, and Scorpius is a Malfoy. Gryffindor and Slytherin, most likely, they’ll never even interact.
And then Scorpius is on the Hogwarts express and he hears the carriage door open, and he sees that stunningly familiar Potter face. The green eyes and messy black hair, and his heart stops for a second and he doesn’t know what to do. And Al has no idea who he is, clearly, because he asks to come in. So Scorpius goes out of his way to give Al every opportunity to leave, but he doesn’t. He stays. And he stays. And he stays.
And Scorpius pretends he’s just any other person. Asks what he wants to be called (Albus), offers him sweets, talks to him about Rose. Albus says he’s staying for Scorpius’s sweets, not for him, but still Scorpius has never been happier, and then Albus laughs at the steam coming from his ears as he eats Pepper Imps, and by the end of the train ride they’ve become friends.
That night when they’re lying in beds next to each other in the Slytherin dorm Scorpius can still hardly comprehend it. He’s living in a dream. Not even a dream, because he didn’t dare dream this. This is pure and utter fantasy, the wildest possible reality, and it’s his reality.
Oh shit! I need more content on my dash so here goes another follow spree! Ready?
I am looking for blogs that mostly/primarily reblog one or more from the following list:
Akatsuki no Yona,
Akagami no Shirayuki hime
Owari no Seraph
Daiya no Ace
Super kudos and extra bonus points to all the cool and awesome people who actually tag their posts. It wont be a deal breaker for me if you don’t tag your posts, but if you do I am more likely to follow.
Other kudos and bonus points
You are a content creator!
following me is not necessary, but I certainly wouldn’t mind it if you wanted to follow me anyway. I make art and gifs and am a bit ridiculous.
Please like or reblog this and I’ll check your blog out and give follows accordingly. If any of my amazing mutuals would be so kind as to signal boost that I’ll shower you with infinite love!! <333
I’m honestly still in a state of shock that Cas called Dean a lumberjack… Can we talk about that. We go over how Dean has such a ~thing~ for how Cas dresses (whatever he says) but oh my god has poor Cas been suffering ALL THIS TIME?
One day I will go through properly and make a more comprehensive list but RIGHT NOW, OFF THE TOP OF MY HEAD, I PICK THESE THREE. IN CHRONOLOGICAL ORDER.
NUMBER ONE: OUTO MISCOMMUNICATIONS
In which Kurogane is trying to say with words just what his actions mean and it doesn’t quite work.
Ie, through a complicated mix of Kurogane not wording it very well in the first place, Fai having no sense of self worth, and Fai also failing to ever consider that other people could like him any more than he likes himself (which is not at all), it’s made clear that neither of them really know how the other works at their core but the reader gets to see it all regardless.
NUMBER TWO: DRUNK TIMES IN SHARA
Where, among other things, Fai’s starting to realise that his falseness just straight up doesn’t work on Kurogane. Kurogane sees more of Fai than anyone else and yet despite that he’s still here, and Fai doesn’t quite know what to do with that information.
AND NUMBER THREE: THE SIX MONTHS OF GAY
Which, admittedly, was all off screen. BUT COME ON.
SIX MONTHS of Fai and Kurogane alone together, being forced to communicate without words, and becoming an inseparable battle duo in the process. There is a lot in there and I adore all of it.
A staple of every Big Brother House, the Courtyard provides much needed fresh air and ‘outside’ for the contestants locked up inside the Big Brother House. It usually has quite a few conveniences to provide the contestants with activities as well and this house is no exception!
On the patio outside of the living area is a nook with a hot tub. Gentle wall fountains help provide a relaxing atmosphere for those that want to have a nice, hot soak.
Next is the Gym/Fitness area with a punching bag, weight machine, free weights, gym ladder and running machine.
Of course almost every Big Brother House has a small pool! This one has a small lounging area for contestants to socialise and catch the morning rays!
Finally there is a small smoking nook for those contestants that must indulge. (No smoking is allowed inside the house.)
The lab went oddly quiet at night, so much that Dingo almost missed the of constant bickering that drove him crazy in the daytime. The boy was laying on the couch, comfortably settled for the night with several pillows and a warm blanket, but much to his great dismay, it wasn’t enough to ensure that he fell asleep quickly.
Two similar devices were set on the coffee table right next to the sofa, invisible to Dingo’s eyes in the near-complete darkness the room was plunged into. Both their screens were off, but Dingo knew that at least one of the artificial intelligences in each PET might still be awake. Even if Presto’s PET was muted, the Navi was surely still online, plotting some kind of revenge.
Dingo turned to his other side, and gave a long sigh. He couldn’t tell how long he’d been trying to fall asleep, and why exactly his brain refused to shut down, when his body had long grown numb from resting down. The boy kept his eyes closed, and after some more time, he finally started to doze off.
He needed all the energy he could gather for the next day, so he could continue to keep an eye on Presto, and give Triage a well-deserved break from the crazy Navi. More than ever, Dingo was keen to respect his promise. He owed Triage at least that.