[Bingo: Talk in riddles]
Audrey, not in the mood to entertain the eagle knocker, took pride in her role as a Ravenclaw prefect. However, there were moments when it all felt a bit exhausting. While she genuinely enjoyed solving puzzles and riddles, there were times when exhaustion crept in, like right after a Quidditch match or an intense practice session. During those moments, Audrey had no intention of scouring her memory for answers to riddles. There had rarely been a time when she failed to provide the correct answer. So, when the guardian of the Ravenclaw entrance claimed her answer was wrong, Audrey couldn't help but groan. "It appears so that NEWTs preparation is sucking my brain up," she lamented, looking at a junior student whose thoughts seemed to be heading in the right direction. When the student confidently answered "ocean," Audrey was relieved she didn't have to dig through her memories. "Well, why give a riddle that could have an ambiguous answer?" she complained, showcasing her tendency to whine about discomfort. "I'm not enthusiastic, nor am I keen, Indifference is where I'm often seen. Apathy's my cousin, enthusiasm's my foe, What am I, in emotions' ebb and flow?" Audrey repeated the riddle posed by the eagle knocker. She turned to the knocker and asked, "You know the answer?" With a resigned expression, she answered her own question, "It's disinterest. Disinterested as much as I am about the answer of freaking riddle you gave me!" She sighed, clearly frustrated by the ordeal.