Friendship is rare. Nobody really checks up on me, they just come to me when they are stressing over dumb shit then disappear. I really don’t have any “real friends” like that, I be coolin tho. When you been through the worst shit alone, you get numb and then you get strong.
So, we all know there are A LOT of things Harry does that turn Draco on. Immensely. But I keep picturing this one thing…
Whenever Draco is staring at Harry in the Great Hall, in classes, in the corridors, on the Quidditch pitch - basically everywhere - he gets flustered when Harry touches his glasses. Especially when they’re in the middle of trading insults and Harry pushes up his glasses in defiance, paired with a heated scowl.
Whenever that happens, all Draco can think about is stepping closer to Harry and slowly sliding those glasses down his nose. He’d watch Harry’s eyes go wide, his mouth slightly open as Draco continues to slowly take off his glasses.
When Draco’s eyes flicker to Harry’s mouth, the other boy would gulp. Draco would lean in and purposefully breathe on Harry’s lips. His gaze would wander back up to those green eyes and he wouldn’t be able to suppress a grin. Because finally he can see those eyes up close and undistorted. They’re beautiful.
Harry would be breathing heavily at this point and when Draco can’t take the tension any more, he would put a hand on Harry’s hip and pull him towards him. Their lips would move together and Harry would sling his arms around Draco’s neck. It would be glorious. It already is in his mind.
So I’m pretty sure Draco is ready to come in his pants when one evening, in eighth year, after a Quidditch match, his fantasy finally comes true.
The first house designed by American architect Philip Johnson has been put up for sale by its owners, after 55 years living in the Upstate New York residence.
On the market for $1 million (£775,000), the Booth House was built in 1946 in Bedford, New York – close to the modernist haven of New Canaan, Connecticut, where Johnson later built the iconic Glass House for himself.