anonymous asked:

hiii, how are you kate? I would like to ask you to write some jealous Draco, please? idk, maybe Harry's getting to much attention from someone and Draco appears not to like that person

(((this takes place during sixth year and is totally not canon compliant at all)))

My Writing

Draco Malfoy was not the jealous type. He absolutely was not. That’s why, when he noticed Cormac McLaggen talking to Harry more than what seemed just friendly, especially for someone who Harry didn’t even consider a friend, Draco was totally cool with it. At least that’s what he told Harry.

Harry, of course didn’t buy it for a second. But as long as Draco tried to put on that act, he would play his game.

“Cormac asked me to get a butterbeer with him at the Hog’s Head at Hogsmeade this weekend. As friends, of course. Is that okay with you, love?”

Harry fought to conceal his smirk as Draco clenched his fists and jaw.

“Yeah. Fine. Have fun,” Draco grumbled through barred teeth.

Harry grinned at him.

“Thanks sweetheart. I’ll talk to you later.” Harry kissed his cheek for walking off.

Harry wasn’t actually going anywhere with Cormac. He hated the git and was annoyed that he started talking to him all of the sudden. He just liked to get a rise out of Draco and wanted to see how long he could keep this up.

Draco wiped his cheek where Harry had kissed him and glared at Harry’s back as he retreated.

The day everyone went to Hogsmeade, Harry found Draco, who wasn’t going, to check with him one more time.

“Draco, are you sure you’re okay with-”

Yes, Potter. I told you at least five times that I don’t care what you do with bloody McLaggen,” he spat out.

“Alright. I’ll come find you when I get back so we can hang out later, okay?”


Harry chuckled as he walked away. 

He just wandered around Hogsmeade with Ron and Hermione for a few hours before he decided to head back up to castle because he felt bad.

Harry had to force himself to hold in his laugh when he entered the Slytherin common room, which Draco had given him the password to, and saw Draco sitting in an arm char, scowling at nothing in particular.

Harry walked up behind Draco and kissed the top of his head.

“What’s wrong, baby?”

“Nothing,” Draco muttered.

“Don’t lie. You’re upset about something. Tell me.”

“Leave me alone.”

Harry grinned and made Draco scoot over so he could sit with him.

“Absolutely not.”

Draco huffed and stood up, wanting to get away from Harry.

“What’s up with you, Draco?”

“Just mind your own business, Potter! Why don’t you go and hang out with McLaggen some more?”

Harry quirked an eyebrow, and Draco blushed.

“I thought you didn’t mind me and Cormac hanging out?”

“W-Well I don’t but…”

Harry stood up and slowly moved closer to Draco.

“But what?”

Draco glared at him.

“You know what! You know I don’t like it, you prat!”

Harry smiled and wrapped his arms around Draco’s waist.

“Stop smiling! I hate you, Potter!”


“No! You’re the worst! You-”

“Draco, I didn’t hang out with Cormac today.”

“I can’t believe you would- …wait, what?”

“I didn’t get a butterbeer with him. I was just messing with you because you said you didn’t care. I hate Cormac just as much as you.”


Harry smiled and lightly kissed Draco’s lips.


“You’re a git,” Draco mumbled.

“But I’m your git. And you love me.”

Draco rolled his eyes but smiled back at Harry.

“Merlin knows why,” he teased.

Harry chuckled and laced his fingers through Draco’s.

“Let me show you how much I love you,” Harry murmured before pulling Draco over to his bed to do just that.

What Harry Potter taught me
  • Harry Potter: taught me that some things are worth dying for.
  • Ron Weasley: taught me that believing in myself is more powerful than luck.
  • Hermione Granger: taught me that a girl can be smart and strong.
  • Severs Snape: taught me to never judge someone.
  • Rubeus Hagrid: taught me that nothing is as dangerous as It may look.
  • Ginny Weasley: taught me that bold is beautiful.
  • Lily Potter: taught me that love is the strongest force.
  • Remus Lupin: taught me that fear is the only thing you should be afraid of.
  • Dolores Umbridge: taught me that education with a political agenda is a terrible idea.
  • Sirius Black: taught me that the ones who love us never truly leave us.
  • Albus Dumbledore: taught me that not all good people are good.
  • Draco Malfoy: taught me that not all bad people are bad.
  • Neville Longbottom: taught me that courage means standing up for what is right, even if you're terrified.
  • Luna Lovegood: taught me to be myself and don't care what other people think.
  • Dobby: taught me that freedom is a gift.
  • Lucius Malfoy: taught me that money doesn't buy true friendship.
  • Fred and George: taught me that sometimes all you need is a good laugh.
  • The Dursleys: taught me that a world without imagination, creativity and magic isn't a world I want to live in.
  • Arthur Weasley: taught me that curiosity is good.
  • Fleur Delacour: taught me that love is more than appearance.
  • Molly Weasley: taught me that happiness isn't measured in money.
  • Bellatrix Lestrange: taught me that hatred turns the most beautiful people into monsters.
  • Cho Chang: taught me that rebound relationships almost never work.
  • Nymphadora Tonks: taught me to love myself, regardless of how I look.
  • Percy Weasley: taught me that no career is worth sacrificing the people you love.
  • Sybill Trelawney: taught me that you can't change your past, but you can change your future.
  • Lavender Brown: taught me that physical relationships only last for so long.
  • Peter Pettigrew: taught me that rats aren't good friends.
  • Minerva McGonagall: taught me that a good cause is worth fighting for.
  • Hedwig: taught me that animals are true friends.
  • Lord Voldemort: taught me that a life without love is barely living.
  • Cedric Diggory: taught me that enemies can be friends.
  • J.K. Rowling: taught me that the stories we love stay with us...always.

Doctor Who/Harry Potter/Star Wars Crossover AU

On her journey through parallel universes in search of the Doctor, Rose Tyler picks up some unlikely companions.

(Or: What if all your faves traveled through space and time together?)

A gift for @venusmelody based on a ridiculously detailed brainstorming conversation. I blame whatever this is on you. :)

harry teaching draco to drive

HARRY : Ok, now slowly ease off the brake…

DRACO : This is easy.

HARRY : Good. Now–Draco, the tree. DRACO. BRAKE BRAKE.

DRACO : *clearly panicking* I will BREAK your neck if you keep screaming at me Scar-Head!

HARRY : On that note, I think this was a victory. 

DRACO : Filthy Muggle contraptions. I’ll stick to the Floo network. 

madeoficeandfire  asked:

Sirius taught Harry how to play an acoustic guitar and Draco often finds himself going to the lake to secretly hear Harry playing to Ron and Hermione. Harry knows Draco is there, but never says anything afraid that Draco won't show up anymore.

It’s the only way Draco feels calm, while listening to Harry play music. Some nights, Harry comes alone and plays, Draco thinks he does it to relax too, but he’s playing for Draco.