you’re lying if you think minerva mcgonagall didn’t love the marauders to pieces we all know that they were her favorite students we all know she’d let james and sirius get away with little things and let remus off the hook for not having the best quality work the few days around the full moon and make sure peter was always paired up with one of his friends and basically mcgonagall was like the marauder’s extremely strict mother
dating an identical twin scares me bc what if i get them confused
i read a book once where this girl was romantically involved with this guy who had a twin and they would punk her all the time and be like which one is your boyfriend you have to kiss the right one and then it turned out one of them was evil and trapped her in a dungeon with a bunch of rats or some shit
but that’s like, worst case scenario
Probably not exactly what you wanted but this is what came from it. Sorry and I can def try again if you want!
“I was thinking we could maybe go and get a coffee or something later an-,” Finn pauses in confusion, “Clarke are you listening to me?”
Clarke’s eyes dart back to Finn, an apology written on her face, “Sorry Finn. What were you saying? Clarke shifts on the bleachers her thighs burning and sticking to the metal due to heat.
The two of them are siting in the first row of bleachers that surround A.R.K. high school’s football field. Classes ended twenty minutes ago and Clarke is lacing up her track shoes to prepare for practice.
She’s been on the track team since her freshmen year and won her fair share of national titles. Finn is a transfer student from a couple of towns over who she knew was a pretty decent runner before he showed up for track practice. They’re friends she’d say. He’s nice enough, a little chatty sometimes, but nice.
Octavia, Clarke’s best friend, waves form her spot on the top of the cheerleading pyramid and Clarke shakes her head as she waves back with a smile. She turns back to Finn and gives a confused smile when she sees he’s staring at her. His eyes are glassy and his smile is a little bit… dreamy. She clears her throat and her smile has slide into an uncomfortable mask, “Finn? You wanted to ask me something?”
He shakes his head a bit and nods, “Yeah… yeah I did. Umm I was wondering if maybe you wanted to, or were interested I mean we could-“
Clarke eyes widen in surprise. “Are you flirting with me?” She blurts out.
Finn shifts at the look on her face, “Well yes. I mean, I was trying to ask you out but…”
“Oh Finn,” Clarke breathes, her face is pale and she’s shaking her head. “Finn I have a boyfriend. We’ve been together for three years.” When Finn’s face drops Clarke feels horrible and goes to lay a hand on his arm. She hesitates and lets her hand drop to the bench between them, “Finn I’m sorry if I gave you the wrong impression but-“
“No,” he rushes out, he’s not looking at her though and she feels horrible, “You didn’t Clarke honest. I guess I just misread your friendship that’s all.” He stands, “I didn’t know you were dating someone. I never see you together at school.”
Clarke stands too and ignores the anger in his voice. “He’s in college. He graduated last year.”
She doesn’t offer anything else because she’s afraid it will be equivalent to rubbing salt in an open wound. They walk in silence to their team – all of them gathered and stretching outside the fence. Clarke’s phone rings in her bag and she waves Finn ahead of her.
“Go ahead I’ll catch up.”
He nods but doesn’t smile and Clarke stops feeling bad for him because he’s acting like she’d led him on. She knows that’s not the case because if she’d been even smiling at him weird Octavia would have said something.
She’s digging around for her phone and a smile lights up her face when she sees the caller on her screen.
“Hi,” she says breathlessly, her heart racing.
“Hey Princess,” hi voice rumbles over the line, “How was school?”
Despite her boyfriend being four hours away the only person Clarke wants flirting with her is Bellamy Blake.