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Review:MargaretLane says:
Just occurred to me that this story is from Hugo's point of view as well.

Oh, wow, the wizarding world is in the dark ages, here isn't it? Even when I was at school, it was only the older teachers (the ones approaching retirement age, so they'd have qualified in about the 1940s) who thought learning to keep house was important for girls. The middle aged and younger ones were all like "ye can be whatever ye want nowadays. It's not like when I was young and we were expected to be nurses and teachers."

I bet Hermione is having a fit over those lessons. I'd imagine she's starting a campaign to have those same spells taught to boys.

That part about sitting in the long grass and how they weren't exactly doing homework amused me.

I'm with Eliana here. A guy who rolls his eyes and tells them it's none of their business who Molly dates and that he's not going to get involved in their silly games isn't necessarily unworthy of her. And I'm not sure what playing Quidditch is supposed to prove.

Plus I wonder what they intend to do if Killian fails their tests. Are they going to go to Molly and be like "you can't go out with him because he failed our tests." I'd say she'd laugh in their faces. I mean, seriously, "don't go out with him because he can't beat a Beater with Bludgers". *cracks up* I really don't think they've thought this through.

I like the way Hugo sees himself as the weakest link and is kind of unsure of what he's doing. I'm guessing something is going to happen when he challenges Killian

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