Post by silvertabby on May 30, 2010 11:44:22 GMT -5
'You've done it, stupid.' George said, or he might've been Fred. Ron's ears went red. 'Do what?' 'He did it. Ron ost the map.' Fred said. Harry gaped. 'What?! But then the full reality dawned uppon him, for he saw the map, in MaGonagall's hands. He hit his face with his fists. Of course, he thought, it had get to her, af all people. The boys watched her as she unfolled the wheathered parchment. Her eyes rounded, the boys guesed right that the marourders were greeting their old teacher, but as to what exactly was Mcgonagall reading, they could only guess. It went as such.
The marourders have the pleasure to greet professor Minerva McGonagall. You are currently in the great hall, Professor, siting next to prof Dumbledore who is currently gaping at you while you're reading
McGonagall turned and saw that it was quite true, the headmaster was reading over her shoulder. 'What's that?' McGonagall shrugged. The writing went on. McGonagall read on, in in undertone, with Dumbledore bending over to look.
Mr Prongs would like to compliment Professor McGonagall for succeding to stay drop dead gorgeous all these years. McGonagall snorted. Mr Padfoot would like to know if the Headmaster, who is reading in (hello professor!) is snogging professor McGonagall every night. (i would do it for him if I were there) Mr Wormtail thinks you should know you've knocked over your glass which is currently draining on you. Moony would like to thank you in advance for not giving Mr potter and Mr Weasly detentinon an returning the map to them, as they have greater need of it( you prof Mcgonagall can wonder in the night all you like, but we hope you should wonder up a certain gargoil staircaise. No offence ment, of course)
Dumbledore chuckled. 'What do you think? 'That realy is extrordinary magic.' She said folding back the map.shacking her head disaproovingly, but smiling at the same time. 'The nerve of them!' 'yea, I know,' 'I wonder what it would say if Severus was the one to open it' McGonagall said.