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Draco Malfoy and the Slythering Snake

By IsAnybodyOutThere

Mystery / Adventure

Prego

Hello everyone! This is my new fanfiction centering around Draco Malfoy and his encounter with Nagini for the first time. I don't recall Draco ever speaking Parseltongue...? So.. let's see how this goes. (I can never spell the snake's name, can someone tell me?)

Anyway, I hope you enjoy!

Draco looked around groggily after he woke up. It was Saturday at Hogwarts, and all he had today was a quick quidditch practice and then he had rest of the day all to himself. Perfection.

"Mornin', Draco." Crabbe said. I nod curtly in his general direction and continue down to the Great Hall.

"H-hey Draco!" Crabbe jogged to catch up with me. I turned on my heel sharply around to face him.

"What, Crabbe."

"I- well you see.. I, um."

"Spit it OUT Crabbe you're wasting my time."

"I got someone pregnant." I look at him with disbelief.

"You WHAT?!"

"It was an accident and the con-"

"Oh shut it Crabbe. I don't care about your crazy shagging adventures... Who was it?"

He looked confused for a second and frowned.

"I..I don't remember..?" I resist the urge to slap him.

"Are you telling me your going to be a father and you don't even know who the mother is?"

He looked down at his feet.

"Fuck, Crabbe, who told you this anyway?"

"Indigo..?"

"And you're sure she isn't the pregnant one?"

"She didn't look pregnant."

"How did she know?"

He shrugged. I dismissed it.

"Whatever, Crabbe, you're wasting my time."

I walked away without a second glance and had a great breakfast of blueberry scones. I could feel Potter's glare off of my back, so I turned around and flipped him off.

This was going to be a good day.

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IAOT

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