In the show it’s just portrayed as so awful and that he shouldn’t bring it up if he forgave her. But she literally said she had never done anything as selfish as him taking the job without telling her, using it against him, so I don’t see anything wrong with his response. If anything, he was standing up for himself. I believe he forgave her, but forgiving is not the same thing as acting as if it never happened.
So, I can't remember if it's canon, or just widely accepted fanon, but I seem to remember Voldemort kind of walked over Lily and James the night they died.
But what if he didn't?
Imagine the Aurors and Dumbledore arriving in the morning, only to discover that there's a three foot deep trench that starts at the front door and then goes twenty meters down the street.
A huge chunk of the floor is missing, because James transfigured it into a gigantic animated statue as a distraction.
The staircase that goes upstairs? It's been replaced by what can best be described as "a sloped wall of spikes", some of which have bits of blood on them.
The entire top floor of the building is just gone, because Lily blew it up trying to kill Voldemort.
And so on. Basically: What if Voldemort had to fight for every inch in that house?
To me, it seems obvious Lily is bisexual, some disagree. Let's get this straight or should I say bi. Her constant fantasies with Robin prove to me that Lily is bi, but others seem to overlook this and believe Lily just likes to try new things. Let me know what you guys think?
P.S: I'm truly sorry for the pun.
Assault Lily: Bouquet, episode 12
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