Fitz/Simmons + dan/blair or when harry met sally or enemies to friends to lovers au (for misscouchpotato: happy birthday babe
S: Fitz and Simmons. Individual entities, two proper nouns separated by a conjunction.
F: Or a comma, if if mentioned in a list.
S: Which is rare, since we have nothing in common, and are, in fact, opposites.
F: The kind of opposites who do not attract.
S: Most definitely not.
Blair: You’re doing it again! Dorota: Something is different about you. I have a sixth sense. Blair: You have no sense. Dorota: You don’t come to me with any complaints about anything. You’re too happy. Content. Blair: I have found my center thats all. But just to reassure you here’s a complaint, why haven’t you picked up my dress for Chucks party!?
“What’s the difference between gossip and scandal? So glad you asked, UES Forever. Anyone can commit a minor indiscretion and generate a day’s worth of buzz. But in order for gossip to birth a true scandal, it requires the right person to be in the wrong place.”