I thought it was you, who would stand by my side. And it only took you Harry heard the knock on the door, ambling over to open it. Standing on his front door step were the Ministry Five, and Lupin, all looking at him with distasteful looks on their faces. Harry cocked his head slightly in confusion.
This is where I live. I have no wish to take a holiday in England at the moment. Hermione rolled her eyes, and knocked on the door. Harry sat in his favourite recliner, and turned on the television. One of his favourite movies was about to start on satellite.
He reached into the arm of his lazy-boy, and pulled out a bottle of beer. A knock on the door interrupted his musings. Should be back in about five, six months. Harry ignored her, as the opening credits for the Bond film started. The lock clicked open, and Hermione opened the door.
Hermione came into the house, followed by the rest of the Ministry Crew, and Remus Lupin. Harry raised the remote control, turning the volume up so it drowned Lupin out.
Neville looked around the room, seeing it sparse, but quite homey. He raised his wand, and sent a Reducto curse at the squawking box, blowing it up.
Harry jumped up from his chair. The magical population in Britain treated me like shit, so I left.
I did what you wanted. You have no right to come into my home, destroy my possessions, and demand that I speak to you.
Ron stood up, and blocked his path. Ron dropped to the floor, wheezing and mewing in pain. Harry looked down at the fallen man. He wheeled it out, and started it up.
Hermione stamped her foot and growled. He looked in one of his rear-view mirrors and groaned. A fun thought popped into his mind. He grinned, as he accelerated slowly. As soon as she caught up, she was going to be having words with the arrogant pillock. Harry turned onto the motorway, and opened up the throttle, causing the bike to jump forward.
He passed the speed-limit, continuing to accelerate. Hermione followed him, seeing his bike leap forward.
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