"No, annoying the hell out of me is your speciality. I'm sure you'll get some sort of recognition for a job well done," Percy replied.
He looked at Cass, wondering if it was just an unfortunate choice of words (although he doubted Cass would see it as unfortunate), but decided that for once the sexual innuendo wasn't on purpose. "Blame it on Gryffindor suspicion about any and all acts of kindness by a Slytherin. It's really ingrained on us. Father continued his dislike until... I assume now. He and Malfoy should have never been allowed in the same room." Percy smiled. "You know if you like my house better than yours, you're more than welcome to stay there as much as you want. It's not like I'm ever there and Plato would enjoy the company."