Why… would Malfoy… listen to… Neville?
This has been boggling my mind a bit, ahaha, I suppose I could owl Neville and ask.
Thank you love, I’ll try to not strangle Malfoy.
Neville to talk to… Malfoy? Is that… an option?
I could curse him, although I can’t help but think he’s expecting that.
That’s what I’ve been trying to do love, and it could be going better.
Plus, Malfoy flaked out on our meeting, so I’ve been busy trying to hunt him down.
Of course, I haven’t had much luck.
As much as I would love to think you have anything important enough in her life that you fear I’ll mess about with it, I truly doubt that that’s the case. Although I suppose if you insist, I may as well indulge you in this frivolous affair.
If you for one moment think that I have ever been willing to engage in any form of interaction with you, you are sadly mistaken.
I will meet you in my dormitory Saturday evening promptly at seven o’ clock.
If by cool you mean awful.
No reply from Malfoy, or at least, I haven’t had any owls barraging my window demanding treats. For whatever reason there aren’t any classes today, and I can’t help but suspect it’s because of the wonky heating charms that have been fading all over campus.
Given the current assignment, I think we should plan to meet up with each other and discuss a set of rules that we each will follow while in each other’s body.
Although I’m sure this will be a great struggle for you, since you seem to lack any form of moral compass, please refrain from complicating my life any more than you already have in the past decade of my being forced to know you.
We have to brew a potion that switches our bodies, kind of like a Polyjuice Potion that lasts for an indefinite amount of time, it depends on the required potency our group is assigned…
I’ll just let the implications of that settle.
I suppose the project could be worse.
Hahaha please do!
I probably should, I’ve been cooped up in my dorm for too long, I might go to Hogsmeade sometime…
We do have clubs and bars, although I haven’t been to one since the end of the War when every night was a bar night.
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