Tan explained to him about the whole part-woman-with-fire-powers theory, and it made a lot more sense after then. It made things harder to believe all the same. “Well, shit, I suppose that means that the bird I threw a rock at when I was seven may as well have been one of you, then.” Draco slapped his palm to his forehead and shook his head, laughing. The idea was so strange that he was laughing. Laughing.
"Ah, I see," Draco murmured with a nod when Tan began talking about elements. Abruptly, after scanning the street, Tan offered him a bite to eat as they had been standing in the streets for quite a while. Shrugging a shoulder, Draco answered, "Sure, why the hell not? As for Hogwarts, I’d be willing to tell you of all the horrendous events that occur in that poor excuse for a school," He scoffed as he rolled his eyes.
Although Draco never really loved Hogwarts like most of the students seemed to, he didn’t hate it like the attitude he wore implied. More so, he disliked the majority of the teachers and the students.
Tan tilted her head a little to the side when the young man began to laugh. “Well, yes it could have been one of us,” she replied very seriously, not quite understanding the humour behind the comment. “More likely so if the rock hit you back,” she added absentmindedly.
She glanced down the street again and spotted a nice looking place that didn’t seem too crowded. “Well, I’ll agree with you that there are quite a number of things that could be improved upon since I last visited, but that was back in ‘97,” she said, starting to make her way towards the cafe. “But I think I should like to be updated in exactly what you mean by “horrendous events that occur in that poor excuse for a school”,” she replied, raising an eyebrow at the man.