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(no subject) [Apr. 18th, 2005|08:10 am]
Draco Arrakis Malfoy
It's obvious that the due date for the potions assignment is looming -- people are already grovelling to Professor Snape for an extension. I saw both Scarhead and that mudblood Hufflepuff brat at Professor Snape's office the other day. I only hope that Professor Snape told them that they can do their work just like everyone else. It's disgusting how some people try to get out of assignments. I hope they fail.

On other news, Crabbe and Goyle have exceeded my expectations for them. Of course, this wouldn't be particularly hard, as I don't expect them to be able to speak in complete sentences. However, they have done remarkably well. If only they hadn't eaten all the fudge already, else I could have rewarded them with some. Needless to say, our plans shall be going ahead as scheduled. Some people really ought to learn from the past. Of course, when you're from that lineage and blind as a bat as well, I'm impressed he can tie his shoelaces without pictures. Even Crabbe and Goyle can do that.

Pansy and I have also come to some agreements as to how Slytherin House shall be run. I shall be publicising them in the near future. We will win the House Cup this year. It has been decreed.
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(no subject) [Apr. 4th, 2005|09:50 am]
Draco Arrakis Malfoy
Letters to my father's friends have proved quite useless, however there is talk of limiting Dumbledore's actions on us in future. The Board of School Governors seems to not hold the power it used to. For shame -- Professor Umbridge understood the importance of keeping the school Board on her side, and it is awful that someone saw fit to drive her insane. She at least understood the importance of rules. Dumbledore's insistance of folding them into origami is disgraceful!

Things will be changing. I know that they are planning something. They're not that subtle about it -- then again, they aren't Slytherins, are they? Of course, we know where they are. How stupid can you get? After dinner, we will discuss things. We being the Slytherins. We won't stand for this.

My father has been writing to me. Of course, he always has been, but this is more important. Seeing as though some people believe him to be disgraced after his stay in Azkaban, I am to liase with his business associates very shortly.
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(no subject) [Mar. 24th, 2005|09:00 pm]
Draco Arrakis Malfoy
My father will be hearing about this! He might no longer be a school governor, but the Malfoy name still holds merit to those who understand what it means. We will not be forced to stay here, like rats!
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(no subject) [Mar. 12th, 2005|10:34 pm]
Draco Arrakis Malfoy
Professor Snape has seen fit to hand out an assignment that is challenging and the silly little blood traitors and mudbloods non-Slytherins have filled these journals with complaints. I dare say that I will not have such troubles, as I am a Malfoy, and Potion brewing is, like good breeding, in my blood. I almost feel sorry for those less fortunate, until I remember why they are less fortunate.

My mother's Anti-Mrs-Denixxar Club is doing quite well, especially given the small, select group that would be permitted to attend. One must be quite careful of who you associate with, there are Standards to maintain, after all. It is truly a shame how some people, despite the best of blood, fail to meet these standards.

Scarhead, being the four-eyed freak that he is, gave me an insolent look today. Him and his little group will meet their sticky end soon enough though, although he should know better. Filthy little creature, and then there's the things he associates with.
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(no subject) [Feb. 9th, 2005|06:14 pm]
Draco Arrakis Malfoy
I am writing in my journal at the request of no-one, professor, student, or otherwise.

I have put away my heaviest cloak, hopefully until next winter, and I am glad that the harsh winter weather is abating. This was especially convienient timing because I did not have to carry my heavy cloak as Pansy and I visited Hogsmeade together last weekend. I had an enjoyable experience of it, as per usual, though I have been informed of a rumour that we were acting inappropriately in the Three Broomsticks. This petty gossip is utterly false. She merely was fixing my tie, nothing more, and nothing less. We are, of course, a married couple, but we aren't Ravenclaws.

I purchased a Quick Quotes Quill at Schrivenshaft's. It is far more convienient than a standard quill, and reduces the risk of carpal tunnel syndrome, as well, althouth it is hardly the most reliable of tools. When writing my History of Magic essay, the quill inserted adjectives such as "chartreuse", "mucilaginous", and "tempestuous" in the place of the intended goblin epithets. I do not believe goblins would know such words - I do not believe they know many words with more than a single syllable - and I especially do not understand how "Ludwig the Lazy" translates into "Ludwig the Lascivious".

Since my last correspondence with home, my mother has joined a club. I would have regarded this as extraordinarily out-of-character for her, as she usually is the one to start the clubs, being a lady of status as she is. However, this was an Anti-Mrs-Denixxar Club, formed entirely for the purpose of avoiding and excluding that loathsome woman. I have no problem with her joining that sort of club. It may do her good, and I hear she likes it. Thankfully am attached, and therefore unable to be engaged to any more spoiled Durmstrang brats. I consider her membership in the Anti-Mrs-Denixxar Club as further insurance that the events of summers past are not repeated.
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And So I Return [Jan. 16th, 2005|12:09 am]
Draco Arrakis Malfoy
[mood |working]

It is unfortunate that, so soon after our return from the winter holidays, schoolwork must be piled upon us. It is due to the seeming increase in the workload that I have been scarce as of late. I certainly enjoyed my respite from the tedious labour andaskldj;f



you are going to

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(no subject) [Dec. 22nd, 2004|07:13 pm]
Draco Arrakis Malfoy
[mood |satisfiedsatisfied]

I have succeeded in repairing my laptop, as I can, obviously, now type in complete sentences without risk of attack. These muggle contraptions are exceedingly poor in quality. An equivalent wizarding device would no doubt be far less susceptible to such simple curses.

Don't lie, Potter, Weasel. I know one of you Gryffindors did it. It's almost painfully obvious. You have absolutely no subtlety whatsoever.

Pansy and I have returned to the Malfoy Manor for the winter holidays. My father has as much important business to attend to as ever and my mother's time is... similarly engaged. The social requirements of a woman of her status number far greater than my own, currently. As such, I am thankful for Pansy's company. It goes without saying that she is a far more favourable companion for me than Twinky. The dull moments are fewer and farther between. There is far less kicking and screaming, as well, which is undoubtably a relief.

I regret that Lucius, Narcissa, and Severus should be required to return already, as it seems only yesterday that they had arrived. I shall remember this unique encounter, one that few have the fourtune to experience, for years to come.

I shall never think of their modern-day counterparts the same way again, either.
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(no subject) [Dec. 16th, 2004|09:36 pm]
Draco Arrakis Malfoy
Everything is going well. The Quidditch team has been practising long and hard. We shall soon see the fruits of our labour and


Peculiar. This contraption seems to

what the


who dares?

not flout

malfoy name

slytherin house



not funny

will be punishment
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Hogwarts's Only Green Is Gold [Dec. 3rd, 2004|07:11 pm]
Draco Arrakis Malfoy
I feel that I accomplished much by remaining in the castle during last week's Hogsmeade visit.

I hope that my fellow Slytherins can say the same about themselves.

I believe that our improvement is exceptional.

I am sure that we shall see the results soon enough.

In other news, the younger students, especially the First Years, have become especially submissive since the little bastard Second Year boy broke my code and recieved a Howler. Our House would benefit most if they were to channel that energy into something productive. Their ambition is not lacking; it was merely misplaced.

The conscription is old news. I don't see what all this fuss is about.
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(no subject) [Nov. 26th, 2004|06:18 pm]
Draco Arrakis Malfoy
[mood |enrageddismayed]

Today, I recieved another letter from home. This time, it was written with a DictaQuill, I'm sure, because the script was more orderly than is natural. More orderly than natural for any of those who normally write me, at least. I am not sure who was dictating to the quill, however.

The envelope bore the Malfoy crest, of course, and Lucius, you will be glad to hear that it was a different owl that delivered said envelope.

My mother is feeling much more herself, I hear, and she is spending less time with the Mrs Denixxar.

Furthermore, it is with a heavy heart that I note that my point-loss prevention guidelines have been breached. By the very same Second Year that I mentioned as being rather resentful of my rules, no less. I know I should have taken measures to ensure his behavior, but I could hardly imagine him as being so bold as to risk an unknown punishment.

It is unbelievable, deplorable, even, that a Second Year would know such rude phrases and broadcast them as he did. I punished him appropriately, though I am relieved to admit that I did not feel the need to dock points. I did contact his mother, though. I expect she'll be pleased.
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