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 Anon prompt: “Hi! All hail Jughead Jones. I’m in love. Anyway, could you write something where the reader is really close to Archiekins and Juggie asks Arch about how to get close to the reader? Thanks xxx”

A/N: I sure can! All hail Jughead P Jones!!

Jughead slumps down onto one of the library couches across from me, I smile stupidly at him.

“Mister Jones.” I say.

“Hey, Y//N.” He smiles at me.

Hands reach down around, fingers clawing at my sides enticing laughter from me as the unknown culprit tickles me.

“Archibald Andrews! If that’s you I swear I’ll end your existence!” I manage between laughs.

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While waiting for the series, here are some BH6 Text Posts

that’s why you shouldn’t let me near a computer when i’m bored

Softening the Edges - Betty/Jughead

AO3:
Prologue
Part II
Part III: Liking “Like That” 

“Left alone with my heart
I’m learning how to love you”

Their alliance was now officially established, and Betty had taken to seeking Jughead out. He found that he was also helpless to stop it from happening. He couldn’t be blamed really. She had this magnetism - she pulled people toward her in the gentlest way possible. It started with her coming out and sitting on her front porch while the two of them were waiting for Archie. He’d be standing off in front of Archie’s house all awkward and quiet and she’d bawl out:

“Whatcha standing over there for? Come over!”

Jughead was very hesitant at first. He wasn’t quick to trust anyone, and he found himself to be agonizingly shy around Betty. It was a difficult hurdle to overcome in the beginning. The true defining breakthrough moment when he knew that he could trust her was her reaction to Hot Dog, and his reaction to her.

Archie had already thoroughly gotten the Hot Dog seal of approval, and the dog was just as much a regular to the Andrews household as he was. Fred Andrews had nearly dropped dead from a stroke when he looked out the front window one day to see the boys struggling halfway up the climb to the tree house with Hot Dog’s huge bulk mashed between them, terrified, and the two boys teetering dangerously to falling. He rushed outside to break up this instance of madness and promptly ranted on the safety dangers of this, but Archie’s guilty and mournful expression stilled his lecture.

“But dad, he wants to come up. He cries when we go up without him and he’s down here alone. We feel bad. We can’t leave him down there, he gets so sad.”

This lead to Fred Andrew’s hysterical patented dog pulley method in which one boy would attach a harness tied to a piece of rope to Hot Dog and the other would  scurry to the top with a rope and pull the sheepdog up.

Needless to say, anyone who was going to get in with Jughead and Archie would have to be Hot Dog approved.

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The 50th anniversary of Scooby-Doo is in a couple of years, and when it comes out, I want it to have episodes that have cameos by: The Boo Brothers, The Grimwood Ghouls, Vincent Van Ghoul, and The hex Girls. And it would be nice if Shaggy went back and fourth between his current out fit and his Red Shirt Blue jeans outfit from “13 Ghosts” to “Reluctant Werewolf”.

Bigender Betty getting a lot of support from her friends at school. She presents more feminine because her parents want her to be their perfect cisgender girl, and, to be fair, she doesn’t dislike presenting feminine at all. In fact, quite often it fits her. She just wishes she had more of a chance to experiment with masculine and more androgynous presentations as well.

So, when the group decides to go camping during the summer, Betty puts her foot down to go with them. Archie, Veronica, Jughead, and Kevin all stand up for, though they probably didn’t have as much of an impact as Fred Andrews (in the Cooper’s eyes a semi-responsible adult) mentioning that he would be going out with them.

And on the way, they stop at a thrift store. Betty ties her hair into a bun and sticks it under a hat and wipes off her make up. The group heads into the men’s section, and Betty tries on lots of different outfits. Kevin and Veronica go through the store and pick items out, while Archie and Jughead offer moral support, complementing her when she comes out each time. Fred Andrews volunteers to take plenty of pictures so all of her friends could be in them. He lets Betty keep the clothes she buys at his house, so Betty’s parents can’t find them.

Betty wears a couple of the outfits on the camping trip and absolutely beams the whole time (making Veronica swoon even harder).