Enjolras would already be friends with the prostitutes and downtrodden women in his section of Paris, (they are valuable allies in achieving equality, after all!), so I think he would admire her quite a bit.
Does it say that, in the Brick (that he’s friends with prostitutes and downtrodden women)?
Hi friend! No, it wasn’t in the Brick. It is one of my favorite headcanons, however. Like, Enjolras would be the guy who hires prostitutes just to chat with them about their days.
Enjolras would refuse to believe that someone’s rear end could actually move that way.
Enjolras would not believe in twerking. It just has to be some sort of elaborate scam.
Enjolras would really be more of a raisin person, thanks for asking.
"Grantaire, how do you even keep getting into my house?"
"Does it even matter? I’m not leaving."
"Just don’t get sick in here. I’ll be on the couch."
"Make me breakfast in the morning?"
Enjolras would rather like libraries but would find it easier to work in the comfort of his own home.
Enjolras would make a lot of snide references to the Ode to Tarts. Every time Cosette would bring bakery items to meetings he’d have to attempt a spin on it.
Enjolras’s friends would either enjoy this immensely or find it immensely irritating.
"Combeferre, can you hear me through the chocolate? You’re going to figure out a way to reverse this, right?"
*Combeferre continues being chocolate. Enjolras turns up the air conditioning and checks to make sure none of his friends are attracting ants.*
"Because this is going to look sketchy as hell if the police find out."
I’m afraid I don’t know much about Julius Caesar! Would the reader like to add their input on this one?
Enjolras would not have the time or patience to raise a puppy, though if he did, he wouldn’t name it Patria. He might name it after one of his favorite writers or politicians instead.
Enjolras would be a news junkie. He’d have a schedule set up to catch all the most important news shows on several channels so he could get every angle covered. Anything else he would watch would be forced upon him by his friends.