Mine was: Draco would love to learn more about dragons, please. Charlie and Draco didn't end up shagging each other.
That's not a bad summary of the story, although Draco's perhaps not as eager to learn about dragons as that implies.
If you're interested, unusuallygen still has some fun prompts to claim for HP or original fic (and some other fandoms too). You don't even have to be a member of the community. I'm quite tempted by "An evening of clever and witty conversation with Snape at a social event doesn't lead Hermione to question her marriage with Ron. Snape gets invited by the couple for dinners, becomes a 'friend of the family', and even learns to enjoy playing chess with Ron" or perhaps "A nerdy girl receives/gets a makeover. Said makeover does *not* win her the attraction of her object of affection, and she realizes she is better off being herself." Padma Patil, perhaps?
( The Grand Tour )
What I'm looking for is an extremely intelligent man who is interesting and entertaining to talk to. I also want him to be witty and find humour in the most bizarre and mundane situations. So, I'm booking the Tardis and going back to 1885 to find Albus Dumbledore in his mid forties.
Your wish is my command...
(With thanks to stmargarets and moonette1 who made helpful suggestions for introducing more fluff and flangst into the story.)
( TDU’s Big Mistake )
Anyway, if you're looking for a little escapist fun, the links are here.
Part One: In which the invalids are taken to The Burrow
Part Two: In which Charlie and Hermione spend time together, more or less reluctantly.
*waves at everyone*
I'm really not a proper HP fan. I like the books and I'm looking forward to my copy arriving from England later this week. But you know, I was always really just here for the writing and the giggles.
So this is to say that I know I've been quiet round people's LJ's lately and I probably will be until all the general squeeing and debating and dissecting dies down (good alliteration skills there). I've been reading a bit and commenting very occasionally, but I really don't feel like I'm part of the 'fandom' (and I'm not sure I want to be).
I have been, by choice, completely and utterly 'spoiled' - I even read some of the infamous carpet book a week ago until I decided it was way too much like hard work! - so no need to worry on that front.
Oh, and just to say thanks to TDU for the important info on Charlie's arms. She also observed that the only other arms that have significance in the books are those marked with the Dark Mark. I think we can all see how the muscular arms of the best-looking Weasley are an important literary counterpoint and that it was necessary for them to appear again in DH. *nods in satisfaction*