<b>Me, right after I published a piece of writing:</b> so proud of myself this is the cutest thing I ever wrote I am a LeGenD<p/><b>Me, one day later:</b> yeah, it IS cute, good job<p/><b>Me, one week later:</b> well it's cool but I could have phrased this paragraph differently<p/><b>Me, one month later:</b> *discovers 362819 grammatical errors, misspelled words and typos*<p/><b>Me, a year later:</b> I didn't write this. Nope. So embarrassing. This is so obnoxiously cutesy and every single action and sentence is so out of character it hurts my heart nope nope this is torture<p/></p>
headcanon that “furry little problem” was actually a codename James made to tease Sirius about his crush on Remus in public. One day Remus overheard him saying it and James had to pretend it was code for werewolf.
When I am reading something very funny and highly inappropriate at the same time in front of my parents and I laugh, my parents expect me to explain. I’m like umm so this guy like this person and he said something that made the other person laugh. My parents are like um okay and i’m like just keep sinning, just keep sinning, just keep sinning sinning.
I know you ship wolfstar and remadora but remadora is so unhealthy? I don't get why you ship it
The thing is, I don’t really see it’s unhealthy? I mean, I understand the argument against Remadora…to a point.
The main arguments against Remadora are that :
It came out of nowhere
It’s toxic because Tonks/The Order (primarily Molly) pressured Remus into a relationship that he had legitimate concerns about
A lot of Remus and Tonks’ relationship happens behind the scenes. The books (I’m going to ignore the films because of how horribly they treated Remus and Tonks’ characters and relationships) are through Harry’s eyes. He doesn’t even see Remus and Tonks that much, so he’s not going to notice a lot about them. Also, Remus and Harry aren’t all that close, so it’s not like Harry is going to sit down with Remus and go “so you and Tonks, eh?” Now, I like Harry, but that kid is one of the blindest teenage boys I’ve ever read in a book series. It took him five books to realize Ginny always had a crush on him (and even then Hermione had to break it down for him) and seven books to realize that Hermione and Ron were destined to be together. So him not noticing Remus and Tonks sending love-eyes at one another in the background is obviously not going to make readers notice it.
But in those moments where Harry isn’t paying attention to anything other than Voldemort, Cho Chang and Draco Malfoy, I imagine Remus and Tonks spent quite a lot of time together. The Order was recalled in July and, according to Pottermore, Tonks confessed her feelings to Remus that following spring… So I think that’s ample time to fall in love with someone. Stake-outs, hours spent in Number 12. Tonks probably spent most of her free time at Grimmauld - it’s sort of hard to keep hanging out with other friends and such when you’re apart of a secret rebellion, ya know?
And as for it being an unhealthy relationship… Well. People cite the hospital scene as the big toxic moment in the series… They’ve probably had that conversation time and time again, and that particular moment - the hospital scene - is quite a tense moment for the pair. Dumbledore has just been killed. Without Dumbledore, what the hell is the Order going to do? Dumbledore was the rock of the Order; if everything went to shit, it’d be okay because they still had Albus Dumbledore. And now he’s gone. And yet, Fleur Delacour is still thinking about a wedding. So, yeah, Tonks may have made a mistake bringing it up in front of everyone, but characters make mistake and given how high the levels of tension were already, have a small breakdown isn’t completely unreasonable. P L U S (can you tell i have a lot of opinions about this shit) Tonks has been depressed for the last year because a) her boyfriend is trying to get himself killed b) her cousin who she was just getting to know was just murdered c) bellatrix fucking lestrange wants her dead and d) SHE’S LITERALLY ON THE FRONT LINE OF A FUCKING WAR LET A BRO BE STRESSED OUT WITHOUT CALLING HER PATHETIC AIGHT
Plus, Remus isn’t an idiot. Remus is one of the most stubborn characters in that books; he’s never given in the wolf, into depression, into the shit that the Wizarding World has thrown at him. Do you really think he’d marry a girl that he didn’t want to marry just because Molly Weasley told him to? Because Tonks was upset? I think that’s a massive discredit to his character.
TLDR; remus and tonks are one of the most realistic couples in the potter series because their relationship goes through such an arc and that’s how life works not every couple is peaches and ice cream you have problems especially when you’re fighting on the front lines of a war and yeah they have problems but they talk them through because they’re adults and that’s what you do when you care about someone in a relationship
Remus Lupin starts Oxford filled with nerves and excitement, barely able to believe that he’s there and away from his overprotective parents. Sirius Black turns up in a haze of rebellion, ready to show his parents that they don’t control him. James Potter wants to prove his prowess at football, downplay his ability at Maths, and, it quickly turns out, catch the attention of a certain Chemistry student. And Peter Pettigrew? He just hopes he can keep up with it all.
Over the next four years, their quickly formed friendship will be subject to hijinks, drama, gossip, arguments, unfathomable traditions, and one incident involving a stag. It turns out getting a degree is only part of it.
‘Okay, important question: what’s your name?’
‘Remus,’ he replied, wishing once again he had a normal name. ‘Remus Lupin.’
‘Another weird one! And here I was thinking Sirius was awful, at least I’ve got a standard surname. Though you’ve got a good founding Rome vibe. Did you found Rome? Do you have a twin brother?’
‘Not that I know of. I suppose you’re a constellation then?’
‘Well, I’m a star,’ said Sirius, turning around and winking. Unaccustomed to winking strangers who understood where his name came from, Remus didn’t respond. Sirius pulled his suitcase up the last few stairs and through a door, then gestured dramatically. ‘Our floor.’