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Here it is Wormy....

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Author: Liveley
PG-13 - English - Humor/General - Reviews: 131 - Published: 04-19-04 - Updated: 06-28-04

If I get sued it's your fault.

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Date:June 28th, 2004 06:54 pm (UTC)

Re: Chapter 2 Planning Ahead


"We could...try to find the entrance to that passage that Sirius and I found that leads to the girls' lavatory," suggested James.

Sirius nodded his head. "Might come in handy."

"If you don't know where the entrance is, then how do you know there's a passage there?" asked Remus.

"Well, Moaning Myrtle was flirting with Sirius again, so he told her he'd meet her in her stall. And then he sent some fifth year in there, pretending to be him, and she got all pissed and said she'd haunt him if he didn't come in and apologize. So we go in there and she's like all pissed off and then she was saying something about going back through her toilet to get a firewhiskey. So we're thinkin there has to be some sort of passageway leading from the girls' lavatory to The Three Broomsticks," explained James, speaking rather quickly.

"How can there be a passageway from the second floor of Hogwarts leading to The Three Broomsticks?" asked Remus.

"It could be through water pipes," shrugged James.

"There's a water pipe from Hogwarts to The Three Broomsticks, I don't think so, Prongs."

"Well, someone could have made it on purpose! All I'm sayin is there might be one and we wanna find out cuz the only other passage that actually leads into Hogwarts is the Honeydukes one, and that isn't open at night. The Three Broomsticks is a bar, it'll be open all night and then we can go right to the second floor."

"What about Myrtle? She might tell on us," Peter shivered at the thought.

"So we'll give her Sirius," teased James. "He can marry her and be king of the porcelan jacuzzi."

Three of them laughed and Sirius raised his middle finger and then started to chuckle himself.

"I'll handle her, Peter," he said.

After planning their next Marauder night, the four of them got to work on their homework.

"Ya know, no one thinks we do our homework cuz they never actually see us doing it," commented Remus.

"I know. Everyone just thinks Padfoot's naturally that smart," replied James.

They waited for Sirius to make his come back...but he said nothing. His head was burried in a roll of parchment.

"Sirius, aren't you gonna say anything?" Still no response. "Sirius?"

He lifted his head as though he had just heard them for the first time. "Huh?"

"What are you working on?" asked Peter, starting over to Sirius' armchair and desk.

Sirius shrugged. "Just my essay thingy for the first years."

"You're actually taking that seriously?" demanded James.

He shrugged again and handed the parchment to James. James read:

"'Things Sirius L. Black is no longer allowed to do or say at Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry?' How'd you come up with that?" He started to skim through the list and then laughed out loud.

"What?" asked Peter and Remus together.

James set the parchment on Sirius' desk, and the three of them leaned forward to read:

8 - Not allowed to speculate on the penis size of any of my male or female professors.

9 - Not allowed to threaten suicide with muggle pop rocks and coke.

10 - The proper way to report to Headmaster Dumbledore when ordered into his office is, "You wanted to see me, Professor?" not "You can't prove a thing!"

11 - I do not get "that time of the month" and, therefore, cannot use it as an excuse when trying to get out of detention.

12 - Not allowed to fly my broomstick indoors, especially to chase first years down to the dungeons.

"Oh my God, Padfoot, McGonagall's gonna murder you!" exclaimed Remus.

"I think she'll like it," he said.

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