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The Marauders Advice Board

By MoonlightPrancing

Adventure / Humor

Introduction

Welcome to the Marauders message board! This is Padfoot, your friendly, attractive host who is proud to welcome you to this new establishment! Just send us a message relating to us your latest problem, and we'll give you free, all safe, intelligent advice that will in no way relate to Padfoots awesome new 12 inch oak wand with a unicorn tail hair core, but to the problem you-

Padfoot!

Hey, Moony, I'm trying to make a good impression here! Nobody will send us any messages if you keep butting in! Let me finish! As I was saying, advice relating tooooo...your...Prongs, what the heck are you doing? Hey! Hey! Don't touch my wand, you'll get fingerprints all over it! It's brand new! I-

While Padfoot is busy wrestling with James, I figured I'd better carry on for Padfoot. Anyway, last Monday, Peter had a whole load of girls send him a bunch of mail asking him for advice on boy problems. To be honest, I have no idea why they chose to send it to Peter, but no matter the reason, he just couldn't handle it all himself. Prongs had an idea to set up a Marauders advice board so people could send us all messages, and we could get the answers out to them from here. Padfoot was just trying to explain the idea, but unfortunately that didn't go down so well. Hopefully this will make more sense:

It's pretty simple. Post your letters to this board stating your name and problem, and we'll have an answer back to you before potions next Monday.

Moony, help! Padfoot's killing James!

One moment, Peter. If you want to ask just one of us specifically, make sure to address your letters to who you want answering. If you want us all to answer as a whole, address it to the Marauders.

Remuuuuusss!

And that is it. Thanks. Excuse me while I rescue James.

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