When Pigs Fly

Here is a one shot, very short fic about James Lily.

Disclaimer: only Mackenzie and Jessi belong to me (and the plot). Everything else belongs to JK Rowling.


"God how arrogant can you be?" Lily spat out.

"What are you talking about?" James exclaimed, hands on hips.

"Don't you get tired of rejection? Don't you get tired of trying to prove that you can get any girl in this entire school? Aren't you tired of attempting to keep your dignity?" Lily asked.

"So…does that mean you won't go out with me?" James asked.

Lily whipped around and said, "Sure I'll go out with you."

"Really?" James exclaimed, obviously excited.

"I'll go out with you when pigs fly," Lily said and then stomped off.

James leaned against the wall. "I'm starting to get the idea that she doesn't want to go out with me."

"He's just so aggravating!" Lily exclaimed, stomping into her dorm room. "Why does he have to torment me to much? I want to know who put him up to this."

"Um…put who up to what?" Lily's best friend, Jessi, asked.

"Someone had to bet that Potter could get me to date him," Lily said. "That's the only explanation I can come up with."

"Or maybe he really likes you…" Jessi said. Lily gave her a death stare. "…or not."

Lily sighed and sat down at her desk. After a few minutes, she threw her quill down. "I can't even do work I'm so frustrated."

"Lily, why do you think he doesn't like you?" Jessi asked.

"Because any other guy would get the hint and move on," Lily said. "But Potter is just making a big joke out of asking me out."

"Or maybe he keeps asking you out because he truly likes you and is waiting for you to say yes," Jessi said. Lily once again glared at her. "Or maybe I'm completely wrong once again."

"If he truly liked me, he would prove it somehow," Lily said with a shrug.

"Oh my gosh!" Lily's other friends, Mackenzie, exclaimed running into the room. "You guys have got to come outside!"


"Just come!"

Lily, Mackenzie, and Jessi pushed through the crowds of people and looked up in the sky.

"What the hell is that?" Jessi asked, pointing to the sky.

Lily looked up and her face broke out in a grin. "That would be pigs flying," Lily noted.

Jessi turned to Lily. "What?"

Lily smiled. "Oh nothing… just that maybe you're not as completely wrong as you thought you were," Lily said, and then looked back up at the five pigs with wings floating in the sky.