Many people have said it, and I just want to say it again. YOUR BRILLIANT. That was by far, the funniest, randomest, weirdest fic I have ever read, but it was genius. I give you all my paperclips sir.
Author's Response: Thank you! I certainly had a lot of fun writing it, after all the Snape angst of 'Meetings'. JKR is a good sport for letting people like me come along and lampoon her series. Is it really the weirdest fic you've ever read, though? I thought the whole thing was quite plausible. :D
Cool, but riddle me this. How could dumblydor be the pebble if he said ouch after he went over the wall instead of when harry kicked him. Hah!
Author's Response: Picky picky. Riddle me this: how could a pebble say anything with no mouth or larynx or other assorted necessities of voice production?
wow that was brilliant! Just the right amount of randomness so it still made sense. Excellent, I loved it. " Red paint " was brilliant.
Author's Response: Thank you, Zetera. :-) I used the 'red paint' idea because I'd been promising for ages on CoSForums that the ending of the story was going to be really nasty -- and then I found myself getting a bit squeamish. The only solution was gallons of red paint...
oooh this just keeps getting better. Dumbledore's the bush and Snape's the bat, right? Well obviously. Off to read the next chapter!
I know I know Dumdledore was the pebble !!!!! He said ouch. Wormtail attached to Voldemort's wrist still has me laughing!
OMG that was hilarious, esp the bit about Voldies contacts in the catering industry. " This really is the end." Brilliant.
"Simultaneously flinging his wand aside and grabbing a handful of paperclips from his pocket, Harry cried, “Curse your way out of this, snake-face!"" LOL OMG! I LOVE IT! WRITE MORE!
Author's Response: Oh, TM, I'm so sorry. There isn't any more to this story than what you can already see. I'm writing other stuff now, not at all related to the HP world. But I'm glad you enjoyed this rather daft little story! :D
'Is You-Know-Who (shut UP, Hermione!) here?”' That made me laugh for about ten minutes. Role-reversal. Hehehehe
Author's Response: Thanks, Ailehtac! (I'm wanting to say your name in reverse, by the way: 'Cathelia' seems more name-like, somehow.) I hoped someone would notice the role-reversal. :-)
'A look of bewilderment flashed across Harry's face, followed by a look of anxiety, and then a look of terror, a look of complacency, a look of love, a lock of hair, a look of anguish, a look of joy, a look of weirdness, and finally a look of comprehension.' You are a genius. That is all.
Spoons and balloons ond Oklahoma!, oh my! So far I looove this story! ^^
That story is awesome! I particularily liked how a bit of it was slightly random, but it still made sense. You see, I love randomosities, but a girl can only take so many pink flamingos and spotted ligers popping up all over the place making no sense for so long before she blows a gasket. Everything in this story tied in quite cleverly and humorously; in short... a fandom MASTERPIECE!!!!!!!!!
Author's Response: Why, thank you, Spiffy Draco! Yes, randomness has to have a reason, otherwise it would just be chaos out there... If Harry's going to swan around in a tutu then there'd better be a jolly good explanation for it, that's what I say. :D
Ah yes... the wisdome of it all... now I truly understand the meaning behind "Harry Potter"... Genuis really, honestly very spiffing. You really do seem to grasp the greatness of paper-clips... and spoons... make sure, however, that you also understand the many wonders of duct-tape... Fantastic!! haha, it's awsome, very original... I don't think I've ever quite read anything like it! Wew! Write more fo sure!!
Author's Response: *Strikes forehead in frustration* Duct-tape! How could I have neglected to include that in my story?! And now it's too late. Oh well. :D Thank you for the review, Tashskies! :) And, as I've said before, if there are any glaring inconsistencies in JKR's sixth book then you can be sure that I'll come back here and poke fun at them with a few new chapters...
Indeed, I had pictured the irony of Harry's final moment in the battle having him poke himself in the eye with a makeshift paperclip sword, but alas, Dumbledore's nose saved the day! ha ha ha Bravo!
Author's Response: Well, you know there had to be a reason that JKR specified Dumbledore's long and crooked nose. :D Thanks for the reviews!
These get better and better. I especially love "I was lying," said Voldemort, with a nasty smile on his face. "When?" asked Harry, confused. "Then or now?" That made me laugh out loud and earned me some funny looks. *snicker*
Oh you get the full 5 in my opinion. My sides are aching! My favorite part has to be Wands were hurled in every direction to cries of "Fetch!" and "Good dog!" Many very astute points about the plan as well. Cheers!
That is so funny!!!!!!!!!!! You should write more humor fics. It says that this story isn't completed. Is that right?
Author's Response: Nope. This story IS completed for now. Unless I can think of some other hilarious way of poking fun at the HP series. I've changed my main summary to say "complete" now. There are some funny bits coming up in my Christmas story, though; it's not entirely funny, so it's under General Fics rather than Humor. :) Okay. With that, I am done with the self-promotion. :D
Love it! Love you! :DDD
Author's Response: Thank you, Wintermute! Love, like spoons and paperclips, is something for which the world has an infinite capacity. :D
LMAO!!!!! This was an fantastic story. I Loved it! And you're right....you can never have too many paperclips or spoons...
Author's Response: Thank you so much for all your reviews. :) I'm very grateful, and glad to find so many like-minded people when it comes to shiny metal things. If anything weird and wrong happens in the sixth book then you can be sure that I'll come back to add more chapters to this story.
LMAO!!! That was great.
Ps. Dumbledorr's the wall?????
Author's Response: Tsk. Dumbledore was the pebble!