"It's like courting, but less formal. You like someone, you tell them, you go out." Not that he'd done much of that. People - women never paid attention to him, not the way they looked at Sirius. "I think you should be proud of what you did. Most people are forgotten the moment they die. You have become part of history."
He hadn't even thought of himself at this point. "I'm sure it's some kind of mistake. I'm not important enough, not like you or Dumbledore."
Peter snorted. "If the castle believes in repopulating the wizarding world, he needs a better balance." The name Harry stopped him, but then it was such a common name... with Muggles. "Would you happen to know Harry's last name? And thank you," he said, taking the mug.
"That's an interesting search. Maybe there' a way to have the castle tell us." If they had managed with the map, they- he could try something to find the key. He wouldn't have the other marauders to help, but he was the patient one. He'd find a way. Her addendum made him look up. "I... doubt it. Most people don't do that anymore. Food comes all wrapped up in butcher's paper."