“Do I have too?” (Y/N) asked, as she scrubbed another dish.
(Y/N) was in the kitchen washing the dishes, when her mother approached her about going out with her friend’s son. Her mother and Petunia Dursley were friends and they thought it would be a good idea if their children were to have a date. (Y/N) wasn’t exactly thrilled about it. She met Dudley once, a year ago, and he wasn’t her type. She loved her mother and would do what she asked, but not without trying to get out of it first.
“I don’t even know him,” she said, rinsing off the dish.
“Well,” her mother thought for a moment. “Petunia said he attends Smeltings Academy and that’s a very prestigious school.”