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The Language of the Flowers was a popular method to express feelings where words might be improper, but did you know other means of doing so? Some ladies used their parasols, as well as their fans, gloves, and hankies to flirt with a gentleman (or alternatively, tell them to shove it!). — Bree

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This boy, then. He wasn't new. Wasn't one of the worst people in the common room, those rotten rich boys - like Mr. Jailkeeper - who could not fathom a world beyond their own farts. Was a good working class lad, so he'd heard. Had a bit of a weird looking face, and a bit of a weird thing for preaching. Still.

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Louisa Lupin

Full Name: Louisa Lindsay Lupin

Nickname(s): Lulu

Birthdate: October 3, 1866

Age: 22

Occupation: Debutante

Blood Status: Pure

Residence: Aberdeen, Scotland

Hogwarts House: Slytherin

Wand: 9” Ebony, dragon heartstring, unyielding

Harold Lupin | [1834]  father, shipping mogul
Virginia Lupin née Oliver | [1837] mother, housewife
Lionel Lupin | [1852] brother
Leonard “Leon” Lupin | [1855] brother
Lysander Lupin | [1859] brother
Lexington Lupin [1863] brother, family fuck up
Kane Lupin | [1836], uncle
----Elodie Lupin née MacRoy | [1839] aunt
Garret Lupin | [1839] uncle and family, estranged
----Vivienne Lupin née ----- [1846] aunt
Abigail ----- née Lupin | [1843] aunt and family
Daphne Vance née Lupin | [1847] | aunt and family
Lulu stands at five foot three with a slender and slightly willowy build. She lacks somewhat in feminine curves but luckily corsets and the like help the create an illusion to what really isn’t there. Her clothing is always in the height of fashion and never lacking in the finest qualities. Her hair is dark, long and wavy when not pulled up in a fashionable style though she opts to avoid many adornments. Her complexion is flawless and much akin to that of a porcelain doll. Her eyes, however, tend to be her most distinct feature. Large, round and a light blue in color. They tend to be quite expressive and often give her true emotions away. She is right handed.

Play-by: Darla Baker
Type A Queen Bee. Cunning. Mischievous. Confident. Precise.
1866: Clearly saving the best for last, the Lupins welcome their final child. Louisa is born early one October morning and proves to be a handful from the start, rarely content and quite demanding. 1870: Lysander goes off to school. Lulu hardly notices. 1872: Better late than never, Lulu shows her first signs of magic. Finding her brother Lexington to be rather annoying and frustrating, she slams a door shut in his face while she’s across the other room. It takes several hours for the door to be able to actually be opened again. In the meantime, she spends the hours enjoying the quiet and solitude. 1874: Lexington goes off to school, leaving Lulu the only child at home. She quite enjoys it at first but eventually finds herself quite lonely. She tends to write to her brother Leon a lot in the following months. 1878: Lulu leaves for school and is promptly sorted into Slytherin. She doesn’t really make friends but recruits minions instead. She proves to be rather charming and cunning, getting those to follow her quite easily. 1880: Lulu decides to add just Divination to her class schedule since it clearly won’t require any extra effort. 1882: It comes as no surprise when Lulu isn’t named prefect. She clearly doesn’t have the right kind of leadership skills and prefers to bend the rules where she sees fit as opposed to following them exactly. 1883: Leon marries. Lulu does not like Elsbeth in the slightest and is quite certain her brother can do much better. 1885: Lulu debuts in fantastic style at the family home in Aberdeen. Only the best of the best are invited per her request though she’s still left without a man truly striking her fancy. Most end up dull compared to her grand expectations and she decides she’ll settle for nothing but the best. When no one matches up, she begs her parents to let a home in Hogsmeade for the season so that she can go to all the fashionable parties. They do and it becomes the trend for each season she goes without a proposal. 1888: Lulu is still without a serious beau or even anywhere near close to a proposal. Some may deem her too flightly to keep a man’s attention when really, she has yet to find a man she feels is worth her. Wanting excitement and something of a challenge, she continues to wait though is starting to get rather impatient.
She's very pick about who she speaks to and about any men who may be introduced to her. She's a Lupin. Her brother is married to Elsbeth though she quite despises her.
She will not encourage a gentleman in the slightest unless he has potential.
She'd rather be a spinster than wind up married to someone she despises. She craves adventure and excitement.
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Date of Birth: October 3

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Mr. Rosier was certainly a rather handsome gentleman to be looking at. He did cut a rather impressive figure with his dark hair and dark blue eyes. They were, truthfully, a rather complimentary pair next to one another though Louisa's eyes were a much lighter blue than his. There was no doubt he came from good lines though, cutting a rather impressive and aristocratic figure. He would certainly be quite the catch even if he had rankled her nerves a bit initially when they'd met. Of course, the meeting had smoothed over eventually and he'd become a bit of a challenge in Louisa's eye. She was lucky to have been sat next to him.

"I'll admit," she started to say, a slight smirk to her lips and a glint of a mischievousness to her pale blue eyes, "I'd hoped so as well. Luckily for us, though, there's no river's edge to risk falling into." Not that she'd ever truly been in trouble of falling into the river.

She pulled her dance card out, the actually quite obnoxious flower thing, at his question. "Looks as if you're just in luck," she said, "I've just one spot left it seems. A waltz, even." Smirking still, she regarded him with a slightly raised brow to see just what he might think of such a revelation.