Draco tilted his head, "When Snape left," he said looking over at his friend, "but that's something you probably don't want to discuss, right?" He continued walkinto the other room and found half dressed women swinging from polls as the music thumped and Draco couldn't help but sway and did a little dance in the door.
He looked over at Blaise, "I should get one of those polls installed in my new home. Maybe I could persuade Hermione to play around on it," he said, a bright smile on his face at the thought.
Blaise just shook his head, "I'm not pretending that it never happened, Draco. It is part of my life and I appreciate the way you, Hermione and Padma stood by me."
He chuckled at the dance Draco was doing and quickly found them a booth. "I can't even imagine Hermione's reaction to that suggestion. Knowing her, she'd want to educate them herself and free them from this lifestyle." Blaise smiled and said it in a teasing way. He did like Hermione. She was the only woman he had ever met that was worthy of his best friend.
Draco nodded, "That I am." He watched the brunette as she removed her top and looked over at his friend, "I'm going to marry her," he said with a nod. "I bought a ring and everything," he said as he looked back at the woman on the stage.