Romeo and Juliet with a Blinny twist

Act XXVI

Blaise ran out of the head’s form and then down the halls towards the Slytherin common room. He passed lots of students and eventually go to the door to the common room.

“Password?” The snake in the portrait door hissed at Blaise.

“Snake in the grass.” He spoke and the snake hissed to the frame of its portrait and the door opened. Blaise quickly looked around and his eyes found Pansy who was sat reading a book in dark jeans and a green jumper.

“Pansy?” He asked her and Pansy’s head shot up to see him. She frowned at him.

“What you doing here?” She asked as he strode over to her and grabbed her by the arm.

“I need your help.” He said and pulled her out of the Slytherin common room to the hall.

“What do you need?” She asked and folded her arms.

“I need you to get Weasley to the courtyard tomorrow,” Blaise said and Pansy looked at him confused.

“Why?” She asked him.

“Because I want his blessing to marry Ginny.” He replied and Pansy’s mouth dropped open.

“M-marry?” Pansy sputtered and Blaise nodded confidently.

“I haven’t asked her yet but I have the ring and I’m going to ask Draco to be the best man.” He replied and Pansy shook her head in disbelief.

“Ron and Harry won’t let you.” She replied and Blaise shrugged not letting hit affect him.

“I’ll marry her without Weasley’s blessing if I have to. I love her Pansy.” Blaise replied honestly and she sighed accepting it.

“You should ask her,” Pansy told Blaise and he nodded.

“I know, will you come with me? I need all the encouragement I can get.” Blaise asked. Pansy smiled at this request and nodded.

“Of course, now come on.” She exclaimed happily and she dragged him off.

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