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They Call It Expertise
He narrowed his eyes. “I’ll make it easy for you.” Why did he have to mock me so badly?
They Call It Respect
He snorted, “Oh, who are you kidding? You can barely kick a ball without falling over it. You’re very untalented and don’t for a second think you’ve gained my respect!”
They Call It Willpower
“So you’re as dumb as spraining your own hand?” she asked.
They Call It Temptation
“You want our little disagreement to affect the whole team? Is that it?” he whispered. He waited for answer, but I gave him none. “You want to mock and torment me in front of them all? Show your power?”
They Call It Superiority
“Look at this!” I hissed and grabbed yet another flyer. “It’s like he’s been lurking around for years, taking creepy photos. Like he knew this would happen!”
They Call It Instinct
“So the two of you are done fighting?”
They Call It Double
“We need to talk,” I said shortly.
They Call It Nothing
James snorted. “Forget it, Padfoot. She’d probably just bite your head off anyhow.”
They Call It Conscience
“Really, Potter, you can look the other way,” I said irritated. His eyebrows rose, but he said or did nothing else. “James!”
They Call It Control
He shrugged. “You’re sending out a signal. It’s a gift of mine…” He waved his hand as if it was nothing. “So, who’s the lucky guy?”
They Call It Temporary
“What’s so funny, Potter?” I asked him.
They Call It Jealousy
“NO!” he banged his hand against the wall as he said it. “Someone has to put some sense into that head of your, might as well be me.”
They Call It Ignorant
I drew my wand, pointing it at him. “Make it stop. I'm in a bad mood today, and I want to start the Christmas break with a smile on my face.”
They Call It Surprise
“Look,” he said. “I don't know what's going on between you and James, but something is up and I want it to stop.”
They Call It Regret
She looked at me with deep concern. “You'll tell me, right? If it's something serious you'll tell me?”
They Call It Doubt
Sirius glanced down the table and then leaned forward. ”Look, James. The way to really make girls want you, is to not give them a chance to have you. Understand?”
They Call It Love
“When I said 'I don't wanna talk about it',” I interrupted him sharply, “I meant: I don't want to talk about it.”
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