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Okay, so, its the summer after Order of the Phoenix and the Weasley's are having fun! The twins cause mayhem and Harry and Hermione visit. Fred and George may look the same but what happens when they disagree on something and have an argument? NO SLASH!
So um Hi! This is my first HP fic. I've only seen the films (I know, I know) but I'm working on getting the books so please be nice if I make a few little mistakes Anyway, I'm now obsessed with the Weasley twins! They're too cute!
This is set in the summer between terms after Order of the Phoenix
Chapter One: Morning
It was early morning in the Weasley household; the dawn sun poked through the threadbare curtains onto Ron's sleeping face. His eyelids twitched against the brightness and he groaned as he sat up, zombie-like, with his eyes still closed.
"Children! Breakfast's ready!" Molly Weasley's motherly tones drifted up the staircase, into Ron's room, along with the smell of sausages and slightly burnt toast. The
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George stared at the closed door for several minutes, perhaps hoping that it would suddenly fly open and Fred would be standing there with a huge grin on his face, laughing at his pathetic excuse for a twin. It didn't. He eventually had to force himself to turn away from the door and look at the small mess on the floor where the bottle had smashed. Its watery, green liquid was pooling on the floorboards, reflecting the lights in its shimmering surface and George bent down to pick up the tiny shards of glass. As he did, a blurred version of his own face reflected back at him from the liquid, it moved as a small draft rippled its surface. He squinted at his reflection and it suddenly gasped, a look of surprise filling its eyes.
"George?" the reflection asked.
"Georgie!" from amongst the watery, green liquid Fred's shocked tones gargled through to George. Fred looked as shocked as he was and he stared, open mouthed, up at his twin, "We need to stop meeting l