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"It'll be really boring," Harry said quickly, but Colin ignored him, his face shining with excitement.
Gilderoy Lockhart came slowly into view, seated at a table surrounded by large pictures of his own face, all winking and flashing dazzlingly white teeth at the crowd. The real Lockhart was wearing robes of forget-me-not blue that exactly matched his eyes; his pointed wizard's hat was set at a jaunty angle on his wavy hair.
"Not today, Mr. Weasley," said Dumbledore. "But I must impress upon both of you the seriousness of what you have done. I will be writing to both your families tonight. I must also warn you that if you do anything like this again, I will have no choice but to expel you."
Mr. Weasley flushed darker than either Ron or Ginny.
"No idea," Harry lied, putting on a spurt of speed that took him as far away as possible from Colin.
He climbed through the portrait hole.
"No thanks," said Ron weakly. "Better not risk it."
They had barely turned around, however, when a little man swooped suddenly from under the table and came to a halt in midair before them.
"No, sir, it was the barrier at King's Cross, it -"
the Dark Arts job. People aren't too keen ter take it on, see. They're startin' ter think it's jinxed. No one's lasted long fer a while now. So tell me," said Hagrid, jerking his head at Ron. "Who was he tryin' ter curse?"
"What's all this, what's all this?" Gilderoy Lockhart was striding
Unlike the ghosts around them, Peeves the Poltergeist was the very reverse of pale and transparent. He was wearing a bright orange party hat, a revolving bow tie, and a broad grin on his wide, wicked face.
"Very well - go - and don't breathe a word - not that - however, if you didn't read - go now, I have to write up Peeves' report - go -"
"Ha!" yelled Sir Patrick's head. "Bet he asked you to say that!"