Merry Gloomy Christmas

I have been utterly occupied over a month now. I will not bore you with details of my tiresome tasks. I only mentioned it because someones here were bending to hilarious but incorrect assumptions about me being dead once again. As if that could be possible.

You want to hear about my Christmas? It was dark and gloomy and so it totally met my expectations. I received one gift though, as an exception to the rule. And it was quite succesful gift too (another exception to the rule). A nice bottle of good red wine and a movie with lots of blood and revenging for sake of long lost love. That should be fun enough.

Severus Snape is property of J.K Rowlings, the author of Harry Potter -books the writings are mine though.


  1. Markit wrote 25.12.2008 - 19:04
    I'm glad you weren't disappointed.:-D What's funnier tha a little bit of gore and blood red wine? Merry Christmas to You, too, and Better New Year!

    Unless you enjoy/prefer gloominess?

    Black wrote 30.12.2008 - 16:29
    Well, at least your Christmas met your expectations. But it seems like nothing this Holiday meets my expectations. So I'm about to spend a gloomy New Year's eve. And as they say, they way you greet New Year, isthe way you're going to live it. Or something like that. Oh well. Yay, me!

    Audrey wrote 31.12.2008 - 16:38
    Christmas. What a useless holiday... Christmas was such waste of time if someone would ask me, but no one will. But New Year's eve should be better (but haha, it won't because I'm going nowhere once again and it will be just like every other day except less drawing)...

    Happy New Year.

    Hermione Granger wrote 03.01.2009 - 15:13
    I'm So sorry that you had a bad holiday Sir. Next year, perhaps you could join myself and Ron for Christmas Dinner (Ron doesn't know that I am writing this). Anyway, please feel free to owl me! Have a very Happy 2009!

    Black wrote 04.01.2009 - 12:44
    ^ Hahahaha!! I just had a crazy image in my head of Severus Snape celebrating Christmas with Granger and Weasley. How much fun it would be! Mhm.Can I join?

    Severus Snape wrote 06.01.2009 - 18:13
    Thank you for your friendly greetings and... eh... invitation, Hermione. But as I'm sure you already knew (clever as they say you are) that it's not going to happen. Not that I would mind (which I do, of course, very much so), but your beloved husband would choke to his Christmas pudding (which I would not mind, of course, at all) if he were obliged to spend the dinner in my presence. (Sorry for spoiling the fun for you, Black...)

    Black wrote 06.01.2009 - 18:14
    Oh Damn. Well, I guess I'll have to spend the next New Year with Rudolph the reindeer again. Unless you invite me to celebrate without the Weasleys.

  2. Did you enjoy "Sweeney Todd", I'm assuming that is the movie you are referring to. It was from Lucius if I recall. That man always did have a rather twisted and ironic sense of humour.

    I wish that I could have been there with you to share that bottle of wine. Perhaps it might have made the season more bearable. Instead I was forced to look prim and proper, and and act spuriously appropriate at Tunies Christmas dinner table. Sigh...

    I do so adore Christmas, but one of the downfalls of it is having to spend time with family. You know I would have much preferred to have spent it with you.