Jul. 19th, 2015

epeverell: (harry lose everything)
Title: Over It
Word count: 100
Characters/pairings: Harry/Draco, of course
Challenge: Written for dracoharry100's Challenge #400 Over
Authors Notes: Harry and Draco play a Muggle board game. It goes about as well as one would expect. Written entirely in dialogue.

“I’m over it, Harry.”

“You don’t sound over it.”

“No, really, I am.”

“Uh huh.”

“At this point in my life, I should just assume you will win. You always win. At everything.”

“Even Monopoly?”

“Apparently, yes. I can’t even win Monopoly.”

“Y’know, Draco, you sound totally over it.”

“I am! You won.”

“I won. Fair and square.”

“Well, I don’t know about that, but you definitely won.”

“What’s this now?”

“It is a Muggle game. You had an advantage.”

“Right. But you’re over it.”

“I’m over it.”

“So you’ll pick up these pieces you threw all over the room?”
epeverell: (real slytherin friends)
Title: Footloose
Character(s): Vincent Crabbe
Rating: PG
Warning(s): Mild offensive language
Challenge(s): Written for Slytherin100's Challenge #347, Waltz
Word count: 100

Vincent Crabbe loved to dance. When he was young, he would be caught waltzing around his bedroom to the music of Celestina Warbeck. 1,2,3... 1,2,3... He lost himself in the music, dancing with his imaginary partner.

His father was furious. Real wizards didn’t dance. Dancing was for blood traitors, for Muggles, for poufs. Real wizards expressed themselves with their wands, and their fists.

Eventually, Vincent gave up on his dreams of becoming a famous dancer. It seemed bodyguard work was better suited for him, and following Draco around was good practice. Maybe Celestina Warbeck was hiring...


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