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Tracey Emilie Davis
23 May 2006 @ 06:32 pm
Pranks have been going on like crazy - it's getting a bit ridiculous, actually. I'm just glad that, for the time being, I've yet to piss anyone off seriously enough to prank me.

Well, I've pissed Snape off, but I don't think you can prank current students. Speaking of Snape... DETENTION? What the bloody hell?!

Anyway. Before I begin launching into a deep discussion about how it isn't my fault that everytime he completes a sentence that ends with the words 'in my pants' I can't help but respond smartly, (What am I supposed to do? Find it perfectly normal for my professor to be insinuating that I once took lessons in his pants, and would probably not want to do it again? Was he expecting a complaint such as, "why wasn't I invited in your pants, Professor?") I must remember that he, too, has vu and can easily read what I'm writing.

If so, hello, Professor. Quite glad to go to detention, seeing as it's my favorite way to pass a boring evening. What shall we be doing? Cleaning off cauldrons? I hope so. That's a very interesting task, cleaning the same spot for hours on end. I tingle with excitement.

Moving on.

Yesterday I studied at the library with Neville. He's so much smarter than me when it comes to DADA! I actually understand what the hell we're doing now. So, if you're reading this, Nev - THANKS!

Oh. And just to reverberate yesterday's hilarity in the library: THE TRIPLE X SPELL. You'll remember what I mean if you read our notes from the library tutoring/study session. I KNOW. I KNOW. I'M LAUGHING TOO.

Well, I should go. Off to beat up Draco and set up the chocolate pity party for my friends.
 
 
Tracey Emilie Davis
18 May 2006 @ 09:40 pm

An odd two days...


First, I hear read the lovely news of Millicent and George. Two thoughts come to mind: WHAT THE HELL and WHAT WAS SHE THINKING. George should feel lucky she (or anyone, really) even looked in his direction, but instead of being grateful, he goes and turns her into a bloody bird. He deserves any horrible things that come his way, let me tell you. If I ever see him, I will personally shun him and/or spit on him for you, Millicent.

Then, I get to actually witness first-hand the sexual tension that is Zacharias and Daphne. Won't talk too much about that, since they both seem rather blind on the subject, but I will just say this: IMMENSELY AMUSING.

Well, that's all for now - I'm off to do DADA homework. 

- Tracey

 
 
Current Mood: accomplishedaccomplished
 
 
Tracey Emilie Davis
16 May 2006 @ 09:39 pm
YES!  
YES! Success! Finally I got a hold on one of these compeweter-thing-whatsits. And I must say... they're brilliant fun. I've already found loads of fellow Slytherins on here... And I've also found lots of, um, interesting goings-on. To think, before compeweters, I couldn't spy on fellow classmates... but now, it's all out in the open, so technically I'm not spying at all! Just reading. ;)

And thanks to these vu things, I finally know why the hell I was finding yellow feathers in the common room. I was beginning to think it was some sort of secret attack on Slytherins, see how long they could last before they lose their sanity trying to pick the feathers off their cloaks, but I see now it was only a prank (a very foul one might I add!) against poor Millicent. (Not Millie, thank you very much!)

Perhaps once I'm more acquainted with vu I'll be able to find out why the hell I keep seeing Dean and Daphne together.

- Tracey