Ask: Hamlet/Horatio/Ophelia sleepover headcanons?
Takes place in some sort of strange, post-play, everybody-lives-but-Claudius, who-the-hell-is-running-the-country, it’s-Ophelia-she-is-running-it universe:
Hamlet came up with the idea. It was something he had read about growing up, but his family “didn’t have sleepovers” and that time he passed out drunk (after like 2.5 drinks) in Laertes’ room did not count. When he proposed the idea to Horatio, there was a long-suffering sigh involved. “Hamlet, I live with you. Literally every night is a sleepover. And I’m sure Ophelia has better things to do.”
Because Ophelia, unlike Hamlet, actually does have a very busy schedule involving 30 different activities that she can not postpone. No, Hamlet, not even for you. Okay, fine. Just this once, but you’d better have some good food.
So one chilly night (all nights in Denmark are chilly from Horatio’s point of view), they are in Hamlet’s ginormous bedroom roasting marshmallows and…
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