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At Hogwarts, she also met James Potter, a very popular and talented student who was thought to be “the height of cool” — except by Lily, who considered him to be conceited and was disgusted by his rather trigger-happy attitude toward jinxing people.For his part, by the end of their fifth year James was very taken with Lily.No, Severus did not join the Death Eaters until after Hogwarts, and they didn't keep fighting, either. James had liked Lilly throughout their years at Hogwarts.They didn't speak to each other again after the night outside the Gryffindor Common Room. Her and Snape were best friends, but Lilly didnt like the crowd Snape was hanging out with (AKA future Death Eaters), which was one contributing factor.But she never forgave him, and eventually said yes to James and became his girlfriend. Actually, James *hadn't* liked Lily throughout their years at Hogwarts.The only reason Potter went for her like he did was to further humiliate Severus.Lily’s best friend soon became Severus Snape, even though he was a Slytherin, and fascinated by the Dark Arts.
As young girls, Lily and Petunia were very close; however, once Lily was invited to Hogwarts and Petunia told she couldn’t attend, a rift grew between them that never healed. Very cheeky answers I used to get back too." -- Horace Slughorn (HBP4) Lily Potter is the mother of Harry Potter, who shared with Harry the most striking aspect of her appearance, her brilliant green, almond-shaped eyes (OP28). I used to tell her she ought to have been in my House.Evans and Potter didn't start dating until their Seventh Year, because Potter had some maturing to do.
Because Snape said something (about her sister) that upset her when they were younger and because he never told her he loved her.In all fairness, doesn't assuming the existence of a Snape-Lily relationship merely to 'prove' that he will be trustworthy to Harry qualify as 'discussing his loyalties'? I thought we were supposed to discuss defining what the books show as far as what kind of relationship Snape and Lily may have had, if any, based on both strict and loose canon- not to *assume* that they had a loving relationship and say that this *must* be true because it will later prove him good or trustworthy or loyal or whatever, and that whatever 'clues' must be clues because they prove this trustworthiness, goodness, loyalty, whatever.