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Review:sour_grapes_snape says:
Scorpius is not dead. He is not. Through some awesome plot twist you have in that devious mind of yours, he will still be alive. I refuse to think differently. Becaus he needs to be alive. I'm not giving up on my dream of Bea and Scorpius holding hands and dancing into the sunset while Bea eats a cupcake and Scoripus wears a purple argyle blazer. It is an image very firmly fixed in my head. That's why I metioning it again. It will happen. Because Scoripus is not dead. He is not.

FRED :3 So much love for him right now. Oh, Fred. He would look rather fetching in a Sherlock Holmes-esque hat, don't you think?

Why is it that I constantly have images in my head of Capers characters in odd articles of clothing? I blame the pink apron.

Also, total Al/Anj moment! You keep feeding the flames of the most bizarre ship I've ever had. And I love it. It will happen. I will never give up on this ship. Never.

Lovely chapter. Really and truly, it was spectacular.


Author's Response: Well, as Albus has said, his dad died once. If Harry could die once and still end up Head Auror and have three kids, maybe Scorpius can still skip into the sunset with Bea in a purple argyle blazer (I'm remembering this by the way :D)

Seeing that Fred is played by a rather fetching model, I think he'd look good in just about anything ;D He's actually always been the understated ladies man of the fic. He gets more girls than either James or Scorpius, ever, which is something that gets mentioned in the Love/Stats fic.

Probably because they are actually always in odd articles of clothing lolol.

Oh dear, flames on ships probably wouldn't be too structurally sound. Bahaha, a devoted shipper - I like that. I subscribe to the same brand of crazy.

♥ thank you so much!

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