by Francis

Ron Weasley's picture was smiling, waving at passers by in Diagon Alley. The Daily Prophet proclaimed it all, "Potter and Friend defeats He-Who-Must-Not-Be-Named".

Of course, Potter was with him in the picture.

Ron's mother always believed that her son was going to grow up to be an outstanding young man. And though next to Harry his accomplishments seemed worthless, he was happy.

Below their picture was a quote from Ron, "It's best when Harry lets me play around with his broomstick."

His mother wasn't too happy about that one though. "Those pervs, turning something literal, something so innocent into that," she roared. Hermione laughed at it, surely Ron knew better than to give say something that could easily be misunderstood.

But Ron, of course, meant it figuratively.


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