Not Just Handsome"Excuse me, I don't like people just because they're handsome!"
Ron's following cough of "Lockhart!" did not go unnoticed by Hermione. How ridiculous, she was only thirteen at the time! She liked to think that she'd grown up in two years' time and moved beyond silly crushes on teachers.
And she had moved beyond that! She was quite focused on her schoolwork, unlike a couple of her friends that she could mention. Her classes didn't leave time for her to ogle boys, unlike a couple of her roommates that she could mention. So it was completely ridiculous for Ron to suggest that she liked Cedric Diggory just because he's handsome.
If she was going to be honest with herself, Cedric certainly was good-looking. Strong jawline, nice hair, tall though nothing about his appearance really stood out to her. Yes, he was attractive, but he didn't have that extra something. Hermione didn't know what that something was. Was it charm? No, Cedric certainly w
The Horribly, Ugly Truth"What is that?" Draco asked, strolling up behind Harry and pointing at the computer screen. Hogwarts had installed a few of the muggle devices in order for the muggle-borns to keep better in touch with their parents.
Harry looked up, "Fanfiction. Someone sent me this one called 'Black Truth'. I don't know what it's about, but I'm about to find out."
"I see my name, so scoot over. I'm reading too." Draco sat down next to Harry and both began to read.
They read through 41 chapters in awkward silence, then they started speaking during the epilouge, "We are not naming our son Lucius. It's just not happening." Harry said defiantly.
"I can't believe this author killed off my dad." Draco said, "I mean honestly!!"
"I still can't believe you're a bird." Harry said, poking Draco in the back.
"Hey!" Draco swatted Harry's hand away, " I'm not!"
"Let's just finish the fiction." Harry said and they began to read again.
It was Draco's turn to read out loud, "Draco whispere