since we’re on the subject of hp let’s talk about how the ugliest and most codependent thing james and sirius ever did (which is.. huge since they did many ugly and codependent things) was invent wizard facetime so they wouldn’t have to be apart
we put these jellybeans on a scale when i was trying to think of all the things i like about you. and i was trying to decide what i needed to do. it means you riley. i choose you. and i really want you to choose me.i do. i always did. i have something for you too.you do?we have this one little life, and for a lot of it, we just blow around in the wind. but if we’re lucky and we believe that life knows what’s best of us, sometimes we land on the right person to talk to. i’m glad i fell into your lap.so am i.
God this thing was ugly. Who the hell put paisley and fish together? You were sure Anna Wintour put it in some Vogue issue hence the reason Harry just had to have it. Even the men who delivered it side-eyed you as they unwrapped it from the brown paper and plastic.
So here it was. The ugliest chair you had ever seen. And it was in your living room. You sighed as you glanced around. He would insist on having the chair where people could see it.
There had to be a better place to put it though. Some place where both of you could-
“Ohhhhhh yeah baby!” He yelled as he emerged from the kitchen behind you. His voice so loud it caused you to almost jump out of your skin. He walked towards the chair, “Look at this masterpiece…how beautiful it goes with the wood? I told you. You just wouldn’t listen though.”
You bit your lip, the gears in your head turning as you watched him survey his monumental furniture purchase.
He was still in his workout clothes, having just returned from the gym. His biceps were glistening with sweat and you just knew his hair was soaked with it underneath his backwards hat.
You quirked your brows as an idea popped into your head.
You walked towards the chair, nodding gently as you stared down at the fabric,
“Alright…I will concede that it does look decent enough with the wood floor.” You looked up at him, “Is it comfortable?”
“Don’t remember. Let me check…” He sat down, a huge grin popping up on his cheeks as he looked up at you, “Like a cloud.”