“Remind me again why Luna invited the Malfoys?” Harry asked Ginny as he tried not to be blatant with his staring.
“Malfoy is her friend, and she wanted to include him in the wedding party.” Ginny shrugged once, showing that she didn’t understand her fiance’s decision any more than Harry did.
The cluster of people outside of the burrow were preventing Harry from hearing what Malfoy and his father were arguing about, and they were definitely arguing. Malfoy was gesturing wildly with his hands, face red, and anger prominent in his eyes. Lucius was the opposite, the same calm exterior as always, the only hint that the older Malfoy was angry was the hand clenched around the snakehead of his wand.
“Has Malfoy always been so…” Harry trailed off when Malfoy narrowed his eyes, anger heightening.
“Dramatic?” Ginny supplied. “Definitely.”
“I was going to say striking, but yeah, that’s accurate too.”
“But he makes dramatic look good.”
Harry nodded in agreement, wishing that wasn’t the case. Encountering Malfoy in the Ministry was trying enough on his firm denial of any kind of attraction, but seeing him outside of work was causing Harry’s resolve to crack—fissures obvious the more emotion Malfoy released.
“What do you suppose they are arguing about?”
When Ginny didn’t answer, Harry looked at her curiously. There was an uneasy edge to her stance and it concerned him.
“I don’t know, Harry. They’ve been arguing since they got here, and they were late too.”
When Victor’s really annoyed Yuuri, Yuuri likes to tell him off in Russian as that usually really makes him pay attention. However, considering Yuuri’s still a beginner, it doesn’t always work out. One time, he mixed up his words and instead of calling Victor a ‘unfairly selfish’, he somehow called him a ‘cheese-grater’. Victor ended up crying still… just of laughter on the floor.