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Lotr isnt mine. clearly,
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Points: In Which there are Several Points of View and Several Points to be Made...

He had always watched him with a look in his eye somewhere between detached affection and overwhelming desire.

As they defeated the cave troll, he had watched. As they rowed around in very shoddy looking boats, he had watched. As they all got really drunk and took off their pants, he had watched. Of course, anything that could have happened was forbidden by law. Those kinds of…relationships were unheard of across these lands.

Of course, there had been that thing with Elrond and the Balrog.

And Gandalf and Gollum.

And Boromir and Faramir.

And…actually, come to think of it, “unheard of” may not have been the best word choice.

More like “exhausted to the point of being unspeakably boring and old fashioned.”

Yes, that sounded right.

This really was something, though. This was not like Frodo/Sam, where it was simply assumed, even though he actually knew for a fact that there was nothing going on.

At least not anymore.

Possibly.

Anyway, back to the point.

Point: Sauron was very much in love, and in a very foul mood about the whole episode.

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He had always watched him with a look in his eye somewhere between detached affection and overwhelming desire.

And of course, the whole Frodo/Sam thing was not going on anymore.

Possibly.

So no issues there, then.

Stabbing other Fellowship members in the back was generally frowned upon.

Unless you were Aragorn.

Who, he thought, really was being quite the bastard about it.

And also not even King.

Ha.

Enough about Aragorn.

He doesn’t even bathe properly.

Anyway, back to the point.

Point: Gimli was very much in love, and a little sensitive about the whole episode.

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He had always watched him with a look in his eye somewhere between detached affection and overwhelming desire.

Well, closer to detached affection, really.

He was MUCH too good for this.

MUCH too good for him.

But what’s done is done.

And it was just so very convenient.

It was to be noticed that there was a surplus amount of men in Middle Earth.

And few were ugly.

Well, actually, quite a bit were ugly.

He had said that there was a surplus amount of men in Middle Earth, not a surplus amount of hair care products.

Maybe he should speak to Aragorn about that.

He was going to be King, after all. He talked about it all the time.

All of the Fellowship said he was lying though.

Boromir said that Aragorn actually LIKED being dirty and that’s why he was brought along, and not because of an overwhelming grasp of reality.

So maybe not the best person to speak with about the hair care product fiasco, then.

Nope, probably not.

But if his roots started to show, someone would have to die.

That COULD NOT HAPPEN.

And what would HE say?

The only reason that he had managed to get HIM to look in his direction was his naturally blonde hair.

Which was not, in fact, natural.

This was a disaster.

Anyway, back to the point.

Point: Eomer was very much in love, and was a little self-conscience about the whole episode.

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