Reviewer: Cheshlin
Date: 08/09/06 13:18
Chapter: Double, Double Toil and Trouble

I love the prank at the end of the story. I don't remember ever seeing Fred and George fight each other before. They usually get along better then any of the other Weasleys. It was funny hearing Ron's reaction to being Ginny for a day! It would be funny to see Fred and George as girls for a day too. LOL. Thanks for the laughs!

Author's Response: I'm glad you laughed - I'll probably move this to the Humor category when the challenge is over. Good point about Fred and George. I never had a second thought about Fred and George fighting - they're siblings, I think they must fight, even if we never see it. Besides, the wedding was really stressing them out. ;) As for Fred and George as girls - I'm glad you picked that up, I love leaving plot bunnies for myself when I can. I don't think I'll go near that one though, lol! :o) Thanks so much for reading the story and leaving a such a nice review - good luck in the challenge! ~Gina :)

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