Big groups of Slytherins, Hufflepuffs, Ravenclaws, and Gryfindors, gathered at the entrance of the Gryfindor common room. "Flibbertigibbet" a Gryfindor yelled at the Fat Lady, who was singing a new opera single that she had been obsessing over for the past week. The fat lady didn't hear, over her loud singing.
"Flibbertigibbet!!" I yelled, HONESTLY, I thought.
"Oh, alright, but you're missing out on the best voice ever!" We all groaned, students from all the houses reluctantly shoved their way through the tiny door. Several 'Ouches!' Rang through the corridors..
"Oh my Godric!!! Padfoot, they ACTUALLY came!!" James laughed heartily.
"There was no curse on the stupid paper!!! We thought you would be more clever than THAT!!" Black laughed with him.
people turned to leave..But the door wouldn't open.
"oops, too late, the door is locked." James acted surprised. Peter let out little squeaks of laughter. I shook my head, disgusted.
"Let us go, Potter!" I spat
"ooh, I think I know who's going first, hit it Padfoot" Sirius black, grabbed a rope and was about to pull when Sev stepped forward,
"LEAVE HER ALONE!" He yelled, I smiled gratefully at him.
"Change of plans" James said, rubbing his hands together. He let go of the rope and a bucket full of stinksap, came down, I tried to get in front of Sev, but he pushed me out of the way, and suddenly the green liquid was all over Poor Severus. I rushed up to him!
"oh Sev!!" I exclaimed, glaring at Potter!!After Sev was cleared up, we received a lot of,
"You saved a mudblood" "that was so kind; expcially for a slytherin" " A MUDBLOOD??!! YOU DID THAT FOR A FREAKING MUDBLOOD!!"
"Yes Lucius, he said quietly," and don't call her that foul name." I smiled graciously at him.
"Thanks Sev," I said softly
James Potter suddenly shouted: "Shut up guys!" Everyone instantly quieted except for Bonnie Friskon who was babbling to a friend of hers. Potter cleared his throat, and I saw Bonnie glance at him and immediately blush.
"Well first off, we're playing Assassin. Then Truth or Dare. Remmy taught us those games," Potter said proudly.
I mentally groaned. Assassin? Really?
We were all handed a spoon. I quickly stomped to my dormitory and hid mine among my possessions. The other houses had to bring their own luggage and they seemed quite eager to do so.
"We'll get Snivellus," James said quietly, gesturing at he and Sirius. "Remus-Peter-you guys can get Evans. I'll find out what she likes. She'll like me then."
"Fat chance," muttered Remus and the two groups of two parted ways.
"Where IS his spoon?" grumbled Sirius.
James messed up his own hair.
"We'll find it soon enough," he said confidently.
Sirius pulled out a piece of paper from the trunk. "Potter-check this out"
James peered over.
His grin grew.
"Dear Lily," he mimicked.
"I plan to give this to you when we're both older because we're both too young now.
I'm very sorry about how I treat you sometimes. I told you blood status doesn't matter, yet I act like it does.
When you're reading this, you're probably going to be at your husband's house. Don't marry Potter...please?
Anyway, I really like you Lily so if Petunia or anyone is an idiot I will TRY to beat them up...with magic.
James tore up the letter.
"Git wouldn't have the brains," he snickered. "Only thing he's okay at is Potions. We have Potions with the Slytherins right?" he asked Sirius.
"Yeah," Sirius mumbled a smile spreading slowly across his face. He pointed his wand at the scraps of paper, and anounced: "reparo."
He folded the letter up.
"This is excellent blackmail, mate."
Halfway through the game, Potter decided that it was boring.
Great. Just great. Just when I started to enjoy myself too.
"Truth or dare!" he yelled, seating himself on the sofa.
"A circle, everybody!"
"So," he asked Molly.
"Truth or dare?"