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The Funnier One by yanagi_yuna

Rated: 1st-2nd Years • 56 Reviews
Summary: Fred and George Weasley are bored, now that their brother's wedding is over, nothing is worth staying. But when Mr. Weasley brings in another Muggle artifact called, Computer, and the twins learns to operate it, things are about to get interesting.

But once they managed to "hack" in the site called Mugglenet, the issue of who's the funniest came up, they decided to battle it out.



Once the results is up, things are about to get dirty.






Author's notes: I have fixed this fic: verb tenses and all. Thank you to those who made reviews and comments, you made me realize my mistakes, now I fixed it.. I am still waiting for a beta for my next fic but I don't think it will take too long. *throws confetti*






The Longest Night of the Year by Cedrics Lover

Rated: 1st-2nd Years • 16 Reviews
Summary: Four 5th year girls, each with different struggles, trying to make it through another year of Hogwarts. This year, though, they face a challenge that could tear their friendships apart. With the Triwizard Tournament, The Yule Ball, cute boys (Oh No!), and a plethora of other things, it's survival of the fittest at Hogwarts this year. Are they going to make it? I'm not going to tell you, you need to read it to find out for yourself! This is my first fan fic, please read and review. Also, check out the companion, A Prank A Day Keeps the Doctor Away, by Marmara.

Harry Potter, the Half-Blood Prince and Mary-Sue by Valentinia

Rated: 1st-2nd Years • 81 Reviews
Summary: What if Ginny hadn't been there after Harry won his Quidditch game? In his euphoria, Harry would have fallen for someone else, of course. And who could that be but the beautiful foreign exchange student, Mary-Sue!

A Mary Sue parody!

Warning: Extreme OOCness follows. All of the warnings this fic has are based on not-to-be-taken-seriously situations!

A Little Feminine Touch by Unflinching

Rated: 3rd-5th Years • 12 Reviews
Summary: It all started with the Marauders and a boring breakfast...



After a recovery from a "grevious attack from a tomatoe," (as Remus likes to call it) the four fast friends begin to leave the Hospital Wing. As they do, unfortunate Peter manages to break a few potions (of dubious origins), turning the Marauders into girls!



Now they must deal with the drama, the social life, and what happened to their male selves.



(note: warnings may change as the story progresses...)

Chatting with Werewolves by beauty and brains

Rated: 3rd-5th Years • 17 Reviews
Summary: I, Ashley Elizabeth, Special Correspondent and Junior Assistant to Rita Skeeter, am about to embark on my first ever interview with one Remus Lupin. My task is to document the life and troubles of how a werewolf copes in these dark times. I only hope that this Lupin isnít a good looking chap, because I have been known to go on tangents with the male species. Let us pray.

Life As A Girl by blueshock

Rated: 6th-7th Years • 224 Reviews
Summary: What happens when a spell backfires; turning James, Sirius, Remus, and Peter into girls? Plz R&R.

A Death Eater Handbook by Scheherazade

Rated: 6th-7th Years • 133 Reviews
Summary: Do you have what it takes to be a Death Eater? In these "short" guidelines written by the Dark Lord himself, you'll find out all the do's and don't's and other info of being a Death Eather in Voldemort's service....


Rated 6th-7th years for mild language and slight innuendo.

Fred Weasley and the Department of Mysteries by MrsRuebeusHagridDursley

Rated: 1st-2nd Years • 9 Reviews
Summary: Chasing after his brother George, Fred winds up lost in the Department of Mysteries. Will he ever get out? Will he ever find George? Will the big voice ever be happy? Read on and see.



I am MrsRuebeusHagridDursley of Hufflepuff, and this is my submission for the Gauntlet, round 4.

The Quidlo Match by Hypatia

Rated: 1st-2nd Years • 4 Reviews
Summary: Lord Stoddard Withers (1642 – 1769) bred Aethonans and held a Masters in Magizoology, specializing in winged horses. Lord Withers is most noted for his attempt to combine Quidditch with the Muggle sport, polo, shortly after many Quidditch teams were disbanded in 1674. Unfortunately, Quidlo, as Lord Withers christened it, never did catch on.


Overall winner of the Spring Challenge 2007

First place in the Wizard Card category

Nominated for Best Humor Story in the 2008 QSQs!

Restricted by Grace has Victory

Rated: 1st-2nd Years • 32 Reviews
Summary: A boy. A girl. A problem. A complication. Several cliches. A resolution. A twist. The H/Hr ship that sails because all H/Hr ships have sunk. (Parody.)

Caffeini Zabini! by MissDramatic

Rated: 3rd-5th Years • 7 Reviews
Summary: Blaise wants to be a superhero. Hermione doesn't think he can do it. Will he prove her wrong, or is he just another wizard in spandex and sunglasses? Note: I wrote this a few years ago so a couple minor things may lean slightly AU, nothing plot significant though.

The Island Escape by Duck the Duck

Rated: 3rd-5th Years • 12 Reviews
Summary: Ever wondered how the Dursley's managed to get off the island after Hagrid and Harry took their boat? Read on to find out...

The E-Journal of an Evil Janitor by Schmerg_The_Impaler

Rated: 1st-2nd Years • 256 Reviews
Summary: It's the sequel to "The Dark Lord's Blog," guys! (And girls... and, I don't know, gender-neutral people and centaurs and walruses and parameciums and shrubs and stuff.)

Several months have passed since Filch came into possession of Voldemort's magical powers, and he has taken over Hogwarts.

With Filch serving as The Dark Lord Snoogerblossom, the position of Hogwarts caretaker/janitor is open. Seeing as Voldemort wants his magical powers back, he and his extremely attractive new sidekick, Mungo Phelps, go undercover at Hogwarts, with Mungo posing as a transfer student and Voldemort posing as the new janitor. Wacky high-jinks ensue.

Join Voldemort as he tries to get back his magic, kill Harry Potter, steal Gryffindor's sword to make a shiny new Horcrux, romance Minerva McGonagall, discover Sirius's secret to becoming a chick magnet, and swallow a teaspoon of his pride to mop up spills the Muggle way and wear an unflattering uniform! WARNING: Extremely silly and very out-of-character.

If you haven't read "The Dark Lord's Blog," well, what are you doing? GO READ IT NOW! Just click on my author name and you'll be directed to my chaotic author page, which lists all my wacky stories.

This is on hiatus, dudes. Ooh! But it was twice nominated by nice (and insane) people for the Best Humour Fic award in the Quicksilver Quills thingy!

Also, some wonderful loony nominated Mungo Phelps for Best Male OC, making him if possible even more conceited! (No one had the heart to tell Mungo that he was designed as an example of a terrible OC.)


EXCITING NEWS! "The E-Journal of an Evil Janitor" is now continued as a Twitter blog! Go to Twitter dot com and find thedarklord666. Voldy's waiting!

The Young and the Wizardly by Moon110581

Rated: 3rd-5th Years • 199 Reviews
Summary: Join in the twisted fun and scandal with this Harry Potter Soap Opera!. ***Thank You to My Wonderful Helper, Black Ink!***

Voldy Therapy by PadfootBaby

Rated: 1st-2nd Years • 32 Reviews
Summary: A psychiatrist unexpectedly shows up on Voldemortís doorstep one day and claims to be his therapist. A series of frightening and quite disturbing subjects are soon covered, including sunbathing, treacherous followers, unicorns, names, the hippie era, evil bunny rabbits, and hair. After each session, work becomes increasingly frustrating for Voldemort, until he realizes that the therapy has taken away his love for killing things. He angrily attempts to return to the life he used to have, but torturing Harry Potter and his dorky little friends doesnít seem quite as fun as it used to...
Culminates in the final... er... battle? between Lord Voldemort and Harry.
Nominated for the 2007 Quicksilver Quills! R&R - and have fun!!!

Inanity Over a Hairstyle by Ginny Weasley Potter

Rated: 1st-2nd Years • 12 Reviews
Summary: Ginny does not know how to get Harry back to her. She has fancied him for a long time and at last, when he became hers, they have been separated once again due to Harryís fear of losing Ginny if they remain together. However, Ginny comes up with one desperate solution to get Harry back. She decides to make herself more beautiful. In the end, however, Ginny wishes for something different from what she wants.



Written for the What You Wish For challenge by Ginny Weasley Potter from Hufflepuff.


The Marauder's Map's Secret Power! by Bookwormy

Rated: 3rd-5th Years • 119 Reviews
Summary:
Featuring...

Moony, the Academics Specialist

Padfoot, the Relationship Consultant

Prongs, the Sports Guide

and

Wormtail, the Hobbies Consultant

Join Ron, Hermione and Harry as they are advised by the Marauders. Wondering how? Read on, then.


Of Bras, Hail, and Pustules by joybelle423

Rated: 1st-2nd Years • 94 Reviews
Summary: The Gryffindor and Slytherin Quidditch teams are trapped in the locker room due to a sudden hail storm, and they both want the pitch when the rain lets up. What do they do to determine who gets it? Play Truth or Dare, of course!

Written for FenrirG for the Ravenclaw Spring Exchange 2007.

Janey Weasley-Springs; My Mother by Pussycat123

Rated: 1st-2nd Years • 50 Reviews
Summary: Fifth in the Janey Weasley series – and this time we hear from Janey’s middle child, Tillie.
She is eleven years old. Her sister, Day, is fifteen, and she also has a seven-year-old brother called Nicky. Due to leave for Hogwarts at the end of the summer, Tillie is utterly perplexed. She can’t imagine life without her sweet, innocent (it seems) little brother to look after, or her carefree, happy mother to look up to. But as the inevitable grows closer, Tillie will soon have to accept that time will wait for no one ... Note: Don’t worry, I haven’t cheated you out of Janey’s wedding – all will be revealed!

Easier Said Than Done by SpikyBlackQuill

Rated: 3rd-5th Years • 61 Reviews
Summary:
It started as a rant: I was tired of the re-occurance of cliches in fan-fictions. But then realization dawned on me: Was it possible to write a story entirely in figures of speech?





Combine a new author, a book of cliches, and hours to kill. The result is comical blend of Easter Bunnies, out-of-character moments, and sixty-seven cliches.





One-shot