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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 ( Submit your own)
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Questionable Friend/Crush for Philip Aymslowe.
When your mum thinks you're gay for your best friend (but you probably are)
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.Aubrey Davis in The Under-Sofa
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Post 3+ times in three or more class threads during the course of a school year. Must all be done with the same character, be they a professor, student, or school portrait or ghost!

Alfred Clearwater vs. Jack Humphrey-Mavis
At least he hadn't had to moderate Maeve's duel. Merlin knew she'd "miss" on purpose and send a jinx his way. Barnabas reviewed the rules with the duo before announcing, "Mr. Clearwater, you may begin."

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Should he wave? Would it be odd? He and the other fellow hadn't really moved in the same circles - unless you counted Quidditch - but they had been in the same school year...now probably wasn't the time. Alfie bowed cheerfully and attempted to send a wave of water to distract the other man from his casting.

@Roberto Devine @Jack Humphrey-Mavis

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gorgeous Alfie set by MJ
"Expelliarmus," Jack cast, hoping to disarm Mister Clearwater before the other man would have a change to hit him with his spell.

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