This wouldn't have happened if It was alive: So, Su goes to pick up her stuff, and Morag is there, and they argue, and then they make up. :) Which, I mean, is a bit silly as you could've just forgone the arguing and gone straight to the making up, girls. I mean, aren’t you two at the point where the arguing is just a formality? ;)
Parvati owls Lavender, and we catch up a bit on what's been happening in her life, some of which is an upcoming week off and orthopaedic shoes. And, about the shoes, let me just let you know that we are all aghast, Vati. Their very existence is still a mystery to me.
Happy Birthday, Owen! I hope Dennis gave you an absolutely fantastic present. ;) And I can totally relate with you about the whole 'chatty book' thing, my dear. I mean, you can’t just ignore them, as being rude leaves a rather negative impression, and who knows when you may need the book in the future?
Harry owls Pansy about his dilemma with this Aldridge bloke, and, you know, I sort of like her idea with the desks, Harry. Though, now that the subject has come up (well, sort of) are you a top or bottom? There's no judgement, just idle curiosity. :)
In other news, Remus and Neville make a date. Make sure to wear some nice cologne boys. ;)
Pasta La Vista, Baby! Neville and Remus go out on their first 'real' date, and though the end result does, indeed, make you turn into a pile of goo, the journey is always the part you want to read about. ;)
So... George tries an experiment with Fred in relation to corresponding with the until recently missing Slytherin love of his life, but Fred isn't feeling so helpful. But, I mean, come on, Fred! Karma is only going to bring you bad things for interfering in true love's way!
Two Guys and a Loofah: The joys of having a roommate are revealed to Dean and Seamus, but I'm sure you two will get a routine down in the near-but-probably-not-too-near future! I guess having to buy your own groceries is the big difference between life inside of Hogwarts and life outside of Hogwarts, isn't it, boys?