Sat, Nov. 15th, 2003, 12:09 pm
Hmm…there really isn’t much going on, is there? You know, I’m quite surprised that I’ve not heard much from Potter yet. Usually, he’s always got something to say. Father says Potter’s father was much the same when he was at school. Always loudmouthed, never knew when to keep something to himself.
Anyway, got to go, there’s a Quidditch practice now. Father says if I don’t buck my ideas up he won’t buy me a new broom, which is unfortunate as I have my eye on a Firebolt…ah well, I stand a better chance of getting it than Weasley would...heh.
Sun, Nov. 16th, 2003 07:49 am (UTC)
It's wonderful to see another Slytherin in this crowd of filthly Gryffindors. They're always everywhere..like a virus to infest in our minds and our sanity. Plus all the Mud-bloods, dear god it makes me shudder what they allow in this school.
Have fun at Qudditch Draco, your the best seeker out there, any team.
Mon, Nov. 17th, 2003 05:05 am (UTC)
Well thank you, Blaise. At least somebody appreciates my talent. I'm sure there's some bias among the teachers, you know. Ever since Potter came along, the Slytherins have lost at just about everything. I'm surprised Professor Snape hasn't done anything about it, it's not exactly as if Gryffindor have done well on talent, is it?*sneer*
Mon, Nov. 17th, 2003 01:48 pm (UTC)
Draco dearest, of course I like the way you play. Your the classiest player out there, and have more talent than any Potter kid. *puts a hand gently to his cheek, then draws away*
Yes I agree though, Professor Snape needs to step down some more on the Gryffindor Rubbish.
Wed, Nov. 19th, 2003 06:58 am (UTC)
*smiles* At least Slytherin has all the best looking girls, if I may say so. Believe me, you're ten times the girl that Mudblood Granger is.
Wed, Nov. 19th, 2003 12:17 pm (UTC)
You can say whatever you want. *playful grin*
We should talk more often. We have quite a few things in common.