"It's not about general things. It's about me and relationships, and I don't mean romantic ones necessarily." He didn't have anyone that he considered a close friend other than Hermione and Ron. even the members of the D.A. weren't necessarily close friends. "I don't set out to make a mess of things, but I usually do."
Harry chuckled. "I have never been normal, even before I knew that I was a wizard and the Boy Who Lived. I lived in a cupboard under the stairs, with people who hated me, learning to be the cook of the house. Normal went out the window the moment Trelawney uttered that prophecy, before I was even born." He liked to think that Draco was right and he'd never turn into that man, but he knew how easily he could slip into that persona. One step in the wrong direction and it'd be so very easy. "I suppose we could try to find things to do that make life more interesting," he teased, although they were going off topic now.
He rolled his eyes. "I'd like to remind you that this little discussion started with me saying that I could never find Ron or Hermione attractive. We were talking about a very specific type of relationship. And I do know that we're friends, thank you very much."