"You are naked and you are not in your right mind."

"Well, the first is unquestionably apparent, but the last is debatable," Draco quipped, lounging back against Harry's pillow.

Harry's glare held no heat – at least, no heat other than that generated by lust – and his eyes were busy roaming up and down the blond's toned body as he hissed, "Are you daft, Malfoy? This is the Gryffindor Boys' Dorm – any of the others could walk in at any moment."

"It's a Hogsmeade weekend – and I know for a fact that all of the fifth, sixth and seventh years have left," Draco stated. "Both your houses' and mine. Besides, didn't we agree not to go into town today expressly for this purpose?" he drawled with affected nonchalance, as one knee rose up to expose his general lack of clothing – and shame.

Harry's grin was bemused, but he said, "Yes, we did, I just didn't expect–"

"Nobody expects the Spanish Inquisition," Draco cut in.

"–you to be waiting for me right after breakfast, that's all," Harry finished, shooting his lover a look. Shaking his head with a sigh, he placed his hands on his hips. "Wonder what the Slytherins would think if they knew you liked Muggle Monty Python movies?"

Draco shrugged. "Nothing much. Blaise's favorite movie is the 'Rocky Horror Picture Show', and Pansy loved 'Titanic'." Here both he and his boyfriend grimaced at the mention of the sappy film. His frown mutating into a coy smile, Draco purred, "Now, do you really want to talk about movies when we could be engaged in much more…pleasurable activities?"

One black eyebrow rose and Harry unbuttoned and removed his robe. "You do have a point, Malfoy," he admitted, as he joined his lover on the bed.

"That I do, Potter," Draco agreed, yanking the other boy closer by means of his necktie. "That I do."

Pulling the blond in for a fierce kiss, Harry whispered between pecks, "Next time…I'll have to…surprise you… Oh, Draco, right there!"

Smirking against his lover's neck where he was working on a rather large passion mark, Draco replied, "Oh, I'll be sure to expect that, Harry."