Hey could I have one where I'm in Hufflepuff and I'm friends with Luna and were eating and George is staring at me, and Luna points it out then later he asks he to the Yule Ball.? Thanks!!!
Okay so I got 2 like this and one used a name so im just gonna use their name, and yeah. I hope you like it! xxx
The small Hufflepuff girl skipped down the hallway humming lightly to herself, paying no mind to the people around her. Her blonde hair in curly waves flowed behind her body, while her hands held her charms and potion books close to her body heading to the great hall. The large opening was filling in and out with students as the night grew late and Taylor neared the dining hall. She had spent all day long in Snaps office, redoing her potions work and learning new ones to catch up. To put it lightly Taylor wasn’t the smartest witch in Hogwarts, she was a different kind of smart that no one really understood. Taylor spoke differently than everyone else, and used words nobody knew. Maybe that explained why Luna and she were such good friends, they could actually understand each other. Taylor was only 2 years older than Luna and with being not being in the same house, they didn’t always get to spend much time together.
“Taylor!” A cheerful voice called out over the chatter of the other students eating on the long tables. A blonde girl similar looking to Taylor stood waving excitingly towards her. She turned away from the direction she was heading to the Hufflepuff kids, to go sit with Luna who was staring at Taylor with a happy expression on her face.
“Hello Luna, how are you?” Taylor swung one foot over the bench and then the next so she was sitting comfortably next to Luna. The Ravenclaw table was placed two in between the Slytherin and Hufflepuff table, and the Gryffindor was next to the Hufflepuff table.
“I’m alright,” Taylor glanced under the table to see Luna’s feet bare and pale. Luna seemed to notice her stare, “I believe the Nargle stole all my shoes, but I don’t mind much, mischievous little thieves they are…” She muttered the last part digging her fork into her food as Taylor grabbed the ice cream and began to eat it.
“Taylor I hope you don’t mind me asking this, but aren’t you going to eat any… real food and not just ice cream?” Cho pointed her fork at her bowl of delicious desert as she chewed on her chicken. Taylor laughed light heartedly at Cho’s comment.
“Ice cream is real food, just better than most food others eat.” Cho furrowed her eyebrows greatly confused by her statement, as she just laughed again and directed her attention back to her treat. Not too long after Luna looked up past Cho and then down at Taylor.
“He’s staring again.” Taylor had a clear look of question on her face. Cho looked behind her back then back to the two girls in front of her.
“Nothing new.” Taylor still didn’t fully understand the situation. Who was “staring”, and why didn’t they seem surprised.
“I’m sorry, but who are we speaking about?” She asked the other girls who seemed to get the topic of the conversation pretty well, must be a Ravenclaw thing. Luna shrugged carelessly and pointed in between Cho and the girl to her left at a boy who was looking past Lee Jordan, whom Taylor had quite a lot of experience with, seeming as he liked to poke fun at her, straight at the blonde headed girl.
“That red headed boy, he has a twin, y’know. I was out dancing in the halls on night when I saw them pranking Professor Snap. It was a horrid joke, really, but funny I suppose.” As Luna spoke trailing off Cho and Maria, the girl sitting next to Cho, shifted their body’s round to get a better look at the twin. He had longish hair but not too long to where it didn’t look good, not like Taylor would’ve cared anyways. She didn’t really believe on basing your friends on looks or style, which was one of the many reasons Hufflepuff, welcomed her with open arms.
“His names George Weasley I believe and his brothers Fred. They’re always causing such a disturbance during my study hour.” Maria did not seem to be too amused with the boy who had his eyes locked on the Hufflepuff student, but right as all the girls had been looking his way he quickly turned back to his twin tearing away from Taylor.
“I find him unique in a good way of course, they’re always bringing light around here,” Luna re stacked her colorful magazines as she wondered on with her words, “besides, I think he fancies Taylor. He always seems to be staring at her during lunch and probably during class too. You just never really notice it.” She smiled kindly at the big blue eyed kid who was shocked by what the Ravenclaw had just explained. Had she really been that oblivious to a boy as handsome as George Weasley, to be paying attention to her?
“I agree with Luna, he does look to have a lot of interest in you.” Cho giggle sipping her tea as Maria stood up brushing off her robes.
“You girls ready, we have some important studying to do. I really want to ace this exam so we can earn more house points,” Cho and Luna agreed as they too stood up and climbed over their seat on the long wooded bench. “But it was very nice chatting with you Taylor; I hope to catch up again soon.” Maria gave her a quick hug as the other girls waved and walked out side by side. Taylor looked down towards the end of the Ravenclaw table to see she was the only one left, and then turned to see the Slytherin to find only 10 or so kids. The same could be told for the Hufflepuff houses table, and last but not least she turned to examined to Gryffindor.
Taylors baby blue eyes widen only a tiny bit, as she saw maybe 15 or so, but they were all crowded around the boy who had been staring at her. A girl with frizzy brown hair, who Taylor recognized as Hermione Granger, leaned down to George Weasley’s ear as his brother Fred rubbed his shoulders, which caused Taylor to grow curious. Next to Fred sat Angela, then across from her was Lee, Ron, Harry, Neville, and standing behind George were; Seamus, Ginny, Dean, Colin, and Katie.
Taylor shook off their eyes on her, as she continued to read out of the magazine Luna had let her borrow. Deciding right way up wasn’t good enough, she flipped the magazine over so it was upside down.
“See I told you, she’s a freak George!” A hushed whisper came from the Gryffindor table, but was loud enough for the girl sitting 2 tables over to hear.
“Shut up, Seamus!” A voice shouted back, Taylor paid no mind to their conversation deciding it wasn’t really any of her business to get into.
“Yeah Seamus, she’s a really nice girl.” The new voice was more feminine and belonged to Hermione Granger who slightly agreed with Seamus if she were to be truthful. Taylor was a bit… odd, not a freak in any means, just unique as her mother and father put it. Taylor knew this too, and she liked it. She would rather live her life being looked at funny for being herself, than loved for being someone else.
As Taylor continued to read on, she missed out on the table of Gryffindor students, trying to encourage George Weasley, to go make his move on Taylor before someone else did. She might be weird, but she sure is a looker. The Yule Ball was approaching and George was dead set on bringing her, they had just never talked to each other yet, despite the fact he noticed her in almost all of his classes. He liked to watch her study, not in a creepy way, but in more of an admiration type of way. He liked how she would look so concentrated, and then get a little flustered when she couldn’t work a problem out. Then she would think for a bit and look up at the sky, as if the heavens would send her down an answer to her for the question off of her transfiguration homework, which George found quite easy. He often debated on going to help her, but then who chose against it, knowing she’d probably be embarrassed or turn him down in front of his friends.
So, now as George took small steps nearing the empty Ravenclaw table hiss hands began to get a little damp, as he thought about turning around and just finding some desperate girl in his own class to go. He didn’t though; he kept on walking towards the beautiful girl, because he knew she was the only one he truly wanted to go with. When he got to where he wanted to be, standing on the other side of the dining table, he glanced behind his back to his house mates who all stood together watching closely waiting for the usual brave and outgoing George, to mess up.
“Did you know that most of the time the people who complain about being alone, are the people who usually chose to be alone.” Taylor peered up at George already expecting him. “Do you prefer to be alone or with someone?” George smiled at her and sat down across from her, shaking off the once nervous feel he had only moments ago.
“I don’t really fancy being alone much. I guess sometimes it’s okay, then you have time to think for yourself, but most of the time it just makes me feel sad and empty.” Taylor nodded understanding what he meant letting her big curls bounce against her head softly.
“Is that alright if I question, why you were staring at me earlier this evening?” She didn’t look up from the upside down words, and instead let her foot lightly tap his in a playful way.
“Oh you noticed that, listen I’m really sorry it’s just that lately I’ve been wanting to talk to you really bad I just haven’t been able to work up the guts, I’m sorry I didn’t mean to offend you or anything.” Taylor reached across the wood top and took hold of his hand in her own to comfort him, so he knew she wasn’t mad.
“I’m not upset or anything I was just wondering.” His smile grew bigger as he felt her thumb rub his nicely. ‘I guess it’s now or never’ George thought to himself, as the Gryffindor’s were staring to grow impatient.
“I want to ask you something, Taylor.” Taylor peeked up, and seeing the seriousness closed her book and set it down on the clear spot next to her now empty ice cream bowl, she tilted her head signaling for him to go on.
“So, I know we don’t really know each other too well, but I was thinking maybe if you would want, we could go together to the Yule Ball next week. It’s just you’re really gorgeous and lovely, it would be a privilege if you would be my date to the dance.” George rushed his words out feeling light headed as the whole (mainly) empty hall grew dead silent. He prayed she would say yes or he might just never hear the end of this from Fred or anyone else really.
“Of course, that sounds like a lot of fun! I would love to go with you George.” Georges face broke out in the biggest grin as he leaned over the table in a jumping motion and placed a quick peck to Taylor’s soft plum lips. Breaking away as fast as it happen he grew red and sprinted out of the great hall, making the whole lot of Gryffindor’s left laugh. Taylor on the other hand was confused on why he had left, it wasn’t as if she didn’t like they kiss.