13. fodirteg prompted me with: Draco/Dudley: romantic wooing.
First Date (G; Draco/Dudley; 150 words)
Handling the Muggle side of his father's business concerns had its advantages, Draco found, watching the computer tech's arse as Dursley fidgeted with the cables under his desk. Tight. Everything about the man was, except his attitude, which was pleasant without being obnoxiously deferential.
Draco had had enough of toadying sycophants; what he most wanted now was a man, but he doubted that Dursley even noticed him.
I'm just a pair of legs in his way.
Climbing out from under the desk, Dursley remarked, "It's a shame that you don't really understand these systems. If you'd like, I could go over them with you—perhaps tonight during dinner?"
Draco accepted Dursley's card and invitation, grasping the welcome, if disappointingly professional, excuse to spend time with him.
But when he arrived at the agreed upon restaurant and saw its posh atmosphere and predominantly male patronage, he smiled.
I do have great legs.