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Mum sent me the most BEAUTIFUL shade of pink ink today, isn't it fabulous? I think it makes this tired old thing look at least semi pretty, and isn't it a special treat for you to see glittering rose colored ink looking up at you? I should think it would be!
Merlin, I'm hungry. All I had for breakfast was some eggs and a sugar quill, and I skipped lunch and dinner 'cos I had that stupid Astronomy assignment due, and I didn't even finish it! Honestly, why can't we just look up at the stars and see they're there and be okay with it? I don't know why I took Astronomy in the first place.
Bugger it, I'm going to get some food that's not sugar quills, I'm SO SO SO sick of them. Speaking of which, does anyone want to take them off my hands for me, so I won't be tempted?
|Date:||January 21st, 2008 04:09 am (UTC)|| |
Oh, that's so pretty! I have a set of ever-changing ink but they don't come in this shade of pink. I'm jealous!
I know! I don't know where she found it, my mum's a genius! I love your ever-changing ink, though, it's so fun.
|Date:||January 21st, 2008 07:30 am (UTC)|| |
Oh, if you could ask her, I'd make you cookies! Well, no. I'd ask Evie to do me the favour, but you'd still get cookies!
Oh, Merlin, I'm trying to lay OFF the sugar! Haha, like it'd work anyways, I'm such a ruddy addict. I'll completely owl her and ask, I can't turn down practically free cookies.
|Date:||January 21st, 2008 04:15 am (UTC)|| |
Are you trying to blind the whole of Hogwarts?
No, just trying to brighten up their boring lives with something pretty to look at, especially with some people's clunky old writing mucking about and making everyone's eyes hurt...
Far from it. Why do you ask?
Oh, I don't know, Romilda, perhaps your track record with edible gifts isn't the most...trustworthy, eh?
I'm sure I don't know what you're talking about! I've never, ever poisoned anything.
Right. Yes. And while you are revising history, how about you scratch out a few wars for us all.
If I could erase the suffering of all wizardkind, I'd totally do it.
But I can't!
Which is why I'm not revising history at all, I'm being entirely truthful; I've never once tried to off someone with poison.
Not all poisons end in death. Sometimes a fate just as bad: love for someone they don't care for.
But I bet you have no clue what I'm talking about.
Merlin, Ginny, don't have a cow, it was only a bit of fun!
I don't understand how you think that being in love is the same as being dead, though. I for one would much rather fall in love than die. Do you disagree? Really?
Bloody convenient of you to forget that my brother almost died following that "bit of fun!" They wouldn't have had to go to Slughorn's to fix what you did!
And call me oversensitive, but any time someone is forced to do anything against their will, I get a bit bollocksed.
Have you ever been possessed against your will, hmm? Maybe that'd be a good thing, though.
Well, excuse me, but last I checked, your brother was still alive and kicking, so it's not like anyone was harmed IN THE SLIGHTEST! Besides, it's not like they were his chocolates to eat, anyways, so if you really want to be all irritated at someone, it really should be him for taking Harry's sweets in the first place.
Oh yes! Let me go blame Ron for something that you bloody well started! You stun me with the wanker ways your mind leaps, Romilda.
Perhaps if Ron had only avoided the chocolates, Harry would have had them...and he would have been the one to nearly die! It's not like all of wizardkind would have been just peachy without Harry around. You are brills, Romilda, thank Merlin you're here.
That's stupid. If your brother had avoided the chocolates, Harry would've had them, and no one would be rushing HIM to Professor Slughorn, and then there wouldn't have been a problem at all! It IS all Ron Weasley's fault!
That is an excellent question.
I have food you're welcome to enjoy.
Thank you! You're brilliant, it's such a chore going down to the kitchens. Would you like some sugar quills in addition to my company?
That is a very tempting offer, my dear.
The candy, my company, or both?
Both. Putting them together is a recipe for something good.
Should I meet you somewhere with the ingredients, then?