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Rían O' Donnell

But I must admit I miss you quite terribly. The world is too quiet without you nearby.

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Rían O' Donnell

Rían had been eating dinner alone more these days. @Jaxon Sinclair had taken to sitting at the Hufflepuff table with @Adrina Althaus-Valerio and her friends at most meals. It hadn't been totally Jack's fault. He hadn't abandoned Rían. Not totally anyway. Jack had invited him to sit with the Puffs, on more than one occasion. But Rían hadn't been totally warmed to the idea. He still hadn't made up with @Avery Potter properly. Things with still icy, on his end anyway. Quickly, he realised he had been staring at the group at the Hufflepuff table and he looked away.

 

And honestly the rest of the Hufflpuffs just irritated him really. They were loud, outgoing, too over excitable. 

 

At least the Ravenclaws were quiet, well mostly. There wasn't too many disruption to what he was reading, or the music he was listening. Having his headphones in wasn't exactly an invitation for conversation either thankfully. In front of him this evening was some sort of pasta concoction, with some salad that was hardly touched. Grimacing he looked down again pushing some salad to the side with his fork as he stabbed at another piece of pasta, shovelling it into his mouth fairly quickly. As he chewed, he glanced up and around to see was there anything much going on. Once his headphones were in he was pretty much ignorant to the world because he couldn't hear them. If he was anyway sensible he should pay more attention with his eyes, but then he was too lazy for that. Dropping his eyes to the magazine propped up in front of him he decided nothing was worth holding his attention. 

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Jaxon Sinclair

Jack had taken to spending almost all of his time with Hufflepuffs.  

 

He knew it, of course, and he didn't particularly care that all of his friends sported black and yellow robes.  It didn't bother him that he stuck out when they stood together or that @Jacqueline Frost probably wanted to punch him so hard in the throat that she actually reached his esophagus for even daring to call her roomies his friends.  Jack Frost, as it were, could get bent for all he cared.  He liked spending his time with Adrina.  They had a date and he wasn't going to let any upstart brat and a fetish for mechanical animals get into his way.  The furry convention is over there, Frost.  Thanks.  Bye.

 

What he did feel poorly about was that he'd sort of neglected his one, lonely Ravenclaw friend, who also happened to be his best mate.  He hadn't visited Ireland that summer the way that he'd wanted to and, despite having sort of made up the year before in a duel, things weren't quite what they had been before.

 

That was why, on that particular day, when he'd seen Rían sitting alone, the wireless buzzing in his ears, he'd taken a detour away from the Hufflepuff table and parked himself next to his mate.  Jack hooked one finger into the earbud and tugged.  "Boo," he greeted him.  "Looking grumpy as ever, Rí.  What's wrong?"

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