The Devil went Down to Hogsmeade

The Devil went down to Hogsmeade. He was looking for a date to steal. He was in a bind, and was out of time so he was quick to make a deal. When he came across the young girl tossing up a Quaffle and looking real hot. So he jumped up on the store's front porch and said, "Girl let me tell you what."

"I suppose you already know it, but I'm a Quidditch player too," Malfoy commented haughtily, "And if you'd care to take a dare I'll make a bet with you.

"Now you have fair dexterity, Sweet, but give this Malfoy his due." Draco smirked and waited for the girl to turn around. "I'll bet a Quaffle of gold against your whole 'cause dating me 's a dream come true." 

That red haired girl turned right around and looked him in the eye. After one short laugh, on her behalf, came her confident reply.

"Well Malfoy—My name's Ginny and it might be a sin." She tossed the Quaffle up. "But I'll take your bet, and your gonna' regret, 'cause I'm the best that's ever been." She said simply and Malfoy glared.

Ginny you remember what you know, and play—it won't be hard—'Cause Hell's broke loose in Hogsmeade and the Malfoy deals the cards. If you win you'll humiliate him and then there's that Quaffle of gold, but if you lose to the ball you'll go when Draco gets you whole.

Draco snapped his fingers and he said, "I'll start this show." And a wand flew to his fingertips as he shouted 'accio.' He jumped down to the sidewalk and his wand made an evil hiss. Then he swiped past. He snatched at Ginny's Quaffle only to have her pull it back, from his attack, and blow a sardonic kiss.

When Draco did this Ginny said, "Well you're pretty good, old son. But slick your hair and stand right there so I can show you how it's done!" Ginny said wryly and flipped her hair into the air before whipping out her wand.

Fire flew from the wand, run boy run! The Devil ducked past the Shrieking Shack bathed in the rising sun. Cast a hex but he was too slow. Ginny won't let up, no child no. Finally Draco bowed his head because he knew that he'd been beat and he conceded that short duel due to Ginny's feat.

Ginny smirked and said, "Draco, just come on back if you ever want to try again. But I told you once, you son of a gun, I'm the best that's ever been."

She laughed once more and held the Quaffle up high, though she barely noticed as he cast a charm and the ball rose up to fly. Ginny let out a great loud yell and swore to throw the cheating Malfoy down a deep, dark well. He plucked the Quaffle down out 'the air and warned the young Weasley that she be prepared.

With a smile he tossed it back and ran a hand right through his hair.

"Remember Weasley, all's fair in Love and Dare and I'd avoid them both if I were you."

He walked away, no plan to stay and left little Ginny there to stew.

She was mad and her wand she had so she turned his hair bright blue.

Author's Notes: Well, any one enjoy that? Short bit that it was. Feel free to review—Unlike other authors I encourage that sort of wild and crazy behavior. (Scoffing is heard from behind the Author.) Right. I was considering writing the story that comes after that—but I don't know…I think it works like this. Perhaps a little *coughbriberycough* …err a few reviews could change my mind?

And now I have to add this…feel free to ignore the below.

Disclaimer: No, I don't own either of the pieces used in creating this. If you don't know what they are go download 'Devil Went Down to Georgia' and read Harry Potter.