DisobedienceWriter With all the crappy stuff Harry goes through at Hogwarts, the smart money would be on him transferring to a different, better school early in his career. Fiction T - English - Harry P. With all the crappy stuff Harry goes through at Hogwarts, the smart money would be on him transferring to a different, better school early in his career.
What would a rebellious teenager who was entered into the Triwizard Tournament do?
This plot bunny came to find me and wanted to be a one-shot. Funny thing is, I had trouble not adding some things, so it's about the size of a five chapter story, but I wanted it to be a one-shot, so here's the story in its entirety. Origin of the story is at the bottom so I don't give anything way too soon.
A big thanks to wolfsscream for beta'ing this! The title is a play on words of a certain soft-drink slogan. The Un-Champion Harry was really peeved as he waited for Mr. Weasley to come get him so he could go join the Weasleys for the rest of the summer. That choice of words caused a smile to come to him.
He wondered if the reason the poltergeist at school was the way he was, was because he had been peeved so many times that he had finally gone over the edge. Harry could not remember any time Peeves had been serious about anything; he was always quite "mad".
He heaved a big sigh. Just a few more minutes and then he should be able to leave this forsaken house and his so-called relatives. What was really irksome, and had been weighing on his mind, was that he really should not even be here.
He now knew he had a live, honest-to-goodness, godfather -- someone who cared for him and wanted Harry to live with him. Yet, even though he was now fourteen, he was not allowed to decide where he was to live.
For some reason that Harry did not understand, he had to follow the Headmaster's wishes in this, as if the Headmaster were Harry's guardian, which he did not think the old wizard was. Harry was sure Albus Dumbledore did want Harry around, but he was not sure why the Headmaster did, or why he got special treatment sometimes.
Harry knew of a couple of other orphans at school, such as Neville Longbottom he did have his Gran so it was not quite the same, Harry mentally acknowledgedbut the same rules did not seem to apply to Neville and the others. This really chaffed Harry, although he could not quite put his finger on why.
Still, the Slytherin side of him wondered if he could use this situation to his advantage somehow. Suddenly, a loud noise came from the living room. Running in there, Harry saw Mr. Weasley come out of the previously-boarded-up fireplace. When the red-haired man looked up, he said, "Hello, Harry.
I hope no one minds that we got the Dursley's fireplace hooked up to the Floo network temporarily, but this did seem like the best way to get to you without too many people being the wiser. The prank the twins pulled on his baby elephant-sized cousin was pretty good, too.
Perhaps he could learn a lesson here, Harry mused as he dragged his trunk to the fireplace to head to the Weasleys.
If he could not have everything his way, perhaps he should try for as many things as he could, stop caring about the stupid stuff, and just have fun the rest of the time. Life would sure be less stressful that way. With that mindset, he Flooed to his best friend's house and a World Cup Quidditch game in a few days.
Harry applauded the Hufflepuff with the rest of the school. He thought it was pretty nice for the Puffs to get some recognition and Cedric seemed like a nice enough person, from what little Harry knew about the seventh year. After all, Cedric was a Seeker, so he could not be too bad.
He unconsciously did not think about Malfoy, who tried to play Seeker too. As Harry was thinking about that, the Goblet of Fire started changing colors and belched out a fourth slip of paper, which the Headmaster caught with ease, though a worried face had followed the paper's flight.
In fact, he was hardly even aware that Hermione had helped him out of his seat and had pushed him to the front of the room, where the Headmaster had continued his trek with a push towards the trophy room.
The unbelievable situation continued as everyone tried to figure out how his name had gotten into the Goblet of Fire. He sighed as he looked at it. While there was no school listed, the name there was his and appeared to be his handwriting. Looking closer, he noticed that the left and bottom edges were not as straight as the top and right edges.
Potter, control yourself," McGonagall snapped. After a few seconds for him to calm down, she asked, "Now, why do you think it was not your entry if it's in your handwriting?Further Study. Test your knowledge of Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone with our quizzes and study questions, or go further with essays on the context .
Harry Potter walked back into the castle. He was only a little late for dinner, but that was all right with him. He had a new look on life, especially life at school.
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