Seamus half noticed that Dean had stared at him when he walked past. He always sort of...wondered...if Dean was playing for the other team. It would be ironic, seeing now that Ginny was very much a lesbian. Which reminded Seamus that he needed to get the happy couple a gift.
He didn't mind in the slightest. But he did want to find out. There'd been subtle hints that Dean had dropped over the years, but Seamus never really gave it much thought. But since Dean had left, Seamus had become very open and outspoken and well, flirty, with just about everyone, including Dean, even if it was harmless. So he wanted to know whether or not it was going to make his friend uncomfortable.
"I suppose I can forgive you for no strippers, then," he said as he walked out of the changing room, jumping up on his toes to give Dean a giant, wet kiss on what was supposed to be on the top of his head. But seeing as Seamus was significantly shorter, it ended up on his cheek.
As he put on the necklace he'd taken off so not to get oil on it, he gave Dean a smile and a sideways glance. "So. How long have you been into blokes?" Nothing like being blunt.