A/N: Okay, I was just reading my reviews for a story I wrote in December of last year into January and February of this year, 'Chocolate Frog Cards: The Mission', so I just had to write a one-shot about Lorcan and Lysander. : ) I do not give a nargle if I'm supposed to be updating my Percy Jackson story right now!
"Merlin, Ly, it's been awful boring this week."
"It sure has, Lorcan."
"How do you suggest we fix this?"
"Why don't we ask James? He's a master of fun!"
"That's a good idea, Ly. But he's on holiday in Lima… you know that."
"Well, what would he say to do?"
"Did you really just ask me such an easy question? You may as well have asked me 2+2."
"It's 5! Just kidding, and he would say to play a prank!"
"Of course! Who should we play it on?"
"Dad's at work, and Mum's painting the ceiling in the living room. Why don't we set off a dungbomb in the living room?"
"That's not too big, but we can't use magic, so that'll have to do."
"Yes, it will."
"Why, I smell dungbombs! Who set them off, the Nunaos, or the twins?"
"I hope she assigns the blame to the Nunaos."
"Yeah, they're just a bunch of pesky little devils. Even though other wizards don't know that."
"They're all ignorant fools, that's why."
"Indeed. So, I'm still craving a bit more excitement."
"Yeah, well, just a month until our 2nd year starts."
"That's true, then we can play pranks with James and all the others."
"I just don't want to study."
"Who are the Ravenclaws in our year? Joanne Thomas-"
"She is hot."
"Everyone knows the Thomas sisters are the hottest girls in school, even if they're second years. Joanne, Elizabeth, and Juliette…"
"I'll admit, I can't wait for school."
"Lorcan, Lysander, would you like some pudding?"
"You don't even have to ask, Mum!"
"Did you set off that dungbomb in the living room today?"
"You know what I'm talking about. Answer honestly, maybe you'll have some pudding."
"Fine, fine, we did it."
"Okay, next time, try to set it off in your dad's bathroom, okay? Now, here's some pudding."
"Luna, I don't want dungbombs in my bathroom!"
"Why ever not, Rolf? I, personally, think they smell rather refreshing."
A/N: Okay, this was fun to write. : ) It's my first all-dialogue story as well. I know it's hard to tell who's talking… it's not too important, though.