Reviewer: fanof24
Date: 04/01/07 11:32
Chapter: Easier Said Than Done

Wow. That was really weird. But it was unique. I don't think I've ever seen a story like this! From what I've seen, you're a pretty good author, and if this is your 1st story, I have a feeling that you will go very far.

Author's Response: Why, thank you!

Reviewer: blue eyed dragon
Date: 03/31/07 21:35
Chapter: Easier Said Than Done

The RPS, eh? Me likey. I'll run the Australian branch and chain myself to the Opera House or something. I'm not even going to comment on the dance mixes. Read through it again, still love it, and threaten you with a large block of cheese to write more.

Author's Response: Cheese, eh? Jeepers, I'd better start thinking about a sequel, then!

Reviewer: Fred the Duck
Date: 03/31/07 19:31
Chapter: Easier Said Than Done

you MUST update soon!

Author's Response: Unfortunately, I only ever intended this to be one-shot. I am considering a sequel using some other strange-ish technique. Thanks for the review!

Reviewer: blue eyed dragon
Date: 03/31/07 8:10
Chapter: Easier Said Than Done

I would say that that was very random, but that word has become a terrible cliche. It stated off wonderfully, that poor word...
Anyhoo, can you please tell me what you were eating/drinking when you wrote this? It's very sugar-high-esque, and I need inspiration for my humour story (pretty fun to write because I get to write terrible songs) I give it 1111111/2 for giving originality to something that has no originality.

Author's Response: I don't really know what I was eating. I know that I was listening to dance remixes of Pirates of the Caribbean music (don't ask). You know, you're right about the word "random" being abused. We should start the RPS (Random Protection Society) and carry around bats. We'd stare menacingly in the direction of everyone who misused the word! And picket signs! We could stand outside of the White House -or large, important British building for people in the UK- and protest! What a stellar idea! Thank you for the review (and good luck with your story)!

Reviewer: bookworm247
Date: 03/28/07 19:28
Chapter: Easier Said Than Done

Did i actually say cilched?! I mean cliched :D

Author's Response: Eep! Take her away! -summons Easter Bunnies-

Reviewer: bookworm247
Date: 03/28/07 19:24
Chapter: Easier Said Than Done

Ahaha.... very funny.... I love your idea! I've seen lots of fics that use cliches, make fun of cliches (these are now quite cilched), and originate cliches, but never anything like yours! ver,very original idea. I like your determinedness (is that even a word?) to stick to the cliches! i hope to see more of your work in the future.

Author's Response: Thank you so much! I have another short, one-shot humor fic in the queue (and I believe the word would be "determination").

Reviewer: writersdd
Date: 03/26/07 19:46
Chapter: Easier Said Than Done

Good fun! :D

Author's Response: Glad to hear it! Thanks for the review!

Reviewer: Felton_Fan_For_Life
Date: 03/26/07 17:55
Chapter: Easier Said Than Done

Oh, and piggy-backing off of what Schmerg_The_Impaler said, I do wish the drugs you're on were over-the-counter-the world would be a better more funnerererer place! [lol]
Felton_Fan_For_Life

Author's Response: -eyewipe- I cannot tell you how gratifying this is. I think I'll print out this page and post it in random places throughout the school.

Reviewer: Felton_Fan_For_Life
Date: 03/26/07 16:04
Chapter: Easier Said Than Done

Wow. Kind of scary in a way. But very funny! I want more!!
Felton_Fan_For_Life

Author's Response: Well, I suppose that's better than being completely scary in multiple ways! I'm considering a sequel with something besides cliches. I can't think of anything yet, though.

Reviewer: x_moonlightshine
Date: 03/25/07 21:25
Chapter: Easier Said Than Done

Haha, that... made tears stream down my face! Erm... -racks her brain for more clichés- -gives up-
I like the cliffhanger, though, lol. It left me hanging off the edge. Wow it's rather hard to use clichés on purpose, even though I do it rather often when I'm not trying. xDDD
So here's a job well done. (ha. found one.)

Oh, and I've never heard the sidewalk pizza one. But now I'll have to remember it. =)

Author's Response: I'm very glad you liked it! The sidewalk pizza means "Meeting with uncle Ralph", "Tangoing with the toilet", and many other variations of "puking". As I mentioned earlier, it has nothing to do with death. Thanks for reviewing!

Reviewer: Pussycat123
Date: 03/25/07 14:59
Chapter: Easier Said Than Done

Ha ha, that was funny! I especially liked the "the author" parts, and ESPECIALLY especially liked the final paragraph - perfection!

Congratulations on a job well done (uh oh, now I'M doing it ...)

Author's Response: Those were a great deal of fun, though they were pretty much reflections of my mood as I struggled with my cliches. Thank you for reviewing!

Reviewer: Schmerg_The_Impaler
Date: 03/25/07 14:07
Chapter: Easier Said Than Done

You make my head hurt. Horribly. But this was still quite funny, and I enjoy your writing style. My favourite parts were the generation gap with the Beatles ("Who?" "No, no, Draco, The Who is an entirely different band) and 'thrown a sidewalk pizza.'

Whatever drugs you're taking, I'm convinced the world needs them.

Author's Response: Well, I suppose that's better than the people who tell me to get off of whatever drugs I'm taking. Thanks for the review!

Reviewer: salle
Date: 03/25/07 6:55
Chapter: Easier Said Than Done

brilliant. simply brilliant

Author's Response: -eyewipe- Thank you!

Reviewer: bbswim12
Date: 03/24/07 23:36
Chapter: Easier Said Than Done

lol

Author's Response: Glad you liked it!

Reviewer: AnneLea
Date: 03/24/07 21:05
Chapter: Easier Said Than Done

first thing to leave me with a smile today!

Author's Response: Hurrah! Your review made me smile! Now we can have a smilin' festival!

Reviewer: zarielona
Date: 03/24/07 18:01
Chapter: Easier Said Than Done

pure genius!!!

trying to think of good cliches to describe how wonderful it was, but drawing a blank... a little help here, anyone? i guess i'm not the sharpest knife in the drawer when it comes to these things... :P teehee.

brilliant.

Author's Response: I guess you'll have to go back to the drawing board with that... Thank you very much for the review!

Reviewer: zarielona
Date: 03/24/07 18:00
Chapter: Easier Said Than Done

pure genius!!!

trying to think of good cliches to describe how wonderful it was, but drawing a blank... a little help here, anyone? i guess i'm not the sharpest knife in the drawer when it comes to these things... :P teehee.

brilliant.

Reviewer: insanitea
Date: 03/24/07 13:06
Chapter: Easier Said Than Done

sidewalk pizza! i'll have to keep that one on hand... :)

Author's Response: It certainly is a lovely cliche, even though it does not pertain to death at all, but to puking (I'm so mature).

Reviewer: MissyQuill
Date: 03/24/07 1:29
Chapter: Easier Said Than Done

That was very, very creative. Well done=Sammy

Author's Response: Thank you very much! I appreciate the review!

Reviewer: hermy_loves_ron
Date: 03/23/07 22:07
Chapter: Easier Said Than Done

Very funny! I never realized just how often people use little figures of speech like the ones you included! One day, even the word cliche will become cliche...

Author's Response: Thank you! Yes, by the time the story was done, I had written "cliche" so many times that it felt just as over-used as my other lines.

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