feefehbrown - Sexy
these fragments i have shored against my ruins.
you guys, this is who we love. we’re here now. this is a person we care deeply about. he’s wearing a top hat and making that face while sitting with pretzel-legs on a rock next to a penguin. this is our life now. penguin rock
Nick and Harry turn up four hours late for their own wedding having been on a three day bender in London and Manchester. They walk through Anne’s garden to the cheers of guests who’ve started without them. Harry steps up to the mic and smiles gently around for slightly too long.
'Sorry we're late.'
There’s a mixture of cheers and boos.
'Thanks for coming. I know you were all here to see us tie the knot, but we've got some er, news about that.'
Some doubtful murmurs. Still smiling round at everyone, Harry reaches behind himself and waggles his fingers. Nick looks over from where he’s been chatting to Aimee and comes over to slide his fingers into Harry’s. He leans into the mic.
‘Yeah. We’ve um, sort of.’ He lifts his hand up and wiggles his ring finger where a gold band glints. ‘Done it already.’
A slow rolling cheer starts and there’s a wolf-whistle.
'Yeah,' Harry puts in. 'We couldn't wait.'
Now there’s a ‘Go Harry!’ and the cheer is coming up from the base of everyone’s lungs. Nick ducks in to the mic again.
'He thought you'd be pissed off. I knew you'd be into it though,’ He's having to raise his voice now. 'Cos in the end it's all about…' He pauses, barely suppressing his grin. 'Having a massive party!'
As the bass-line of Crazy in Love kicks in loud above the noise of the crowd, Nick turns to Harry.
And they kiss, grinning, as the dancefloor fills with their drunk friends.
No one will be alive by the last book. In fact, they all die in the fifth. The sixth book will be just a thousand-page description of snow blowing across the graves.
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