This is so funny, the next chapter should be Lily getting mad.................
Then her getting her way and doing the next story.
Oh, and good ideas for James's story.
oh my god this is so funny. you are so good man. utter genius.
Oh, how I LOVE all your fics!
I read Veiled Revelations, Between Now and Then, The Importance of being Single, The Marauderbury Tales… they are all AMAZING… I wish you would write more!
My favorite lines are:
- "Thank you Mad-Eye Moony"
- "The beautiful occupant of the bed’s thoughts were set (very deliberately) on the mission ahead, though for some reason they always strayed back to her gentleman on the floor who, for some reason, kept hitting his head on the floor."
- "Sirius, who had been up all night kicking the seemingly lifeless body of Remus was far less enthusiastic in his greeting of the sun. Remus, on the other hand, greeted the day with a smile and a painful throb in his ribs, the cause of which was curiously unknown to him"
- “James,” giant Remus said, a look of mingled surprise and amusement on his face. “You just killed Sirius with a pie crust.”
I laughed and laughed and laughed!
Please continue this fic! PLEASE! And please write more :D
Haha, loved James's story! This idea is so creative, and the rhymes at the beginning are great, too.
Hope you update soon - I want to know who's next! :D
wait r james and lily together in this story???
Author's Response: it's a developing relationship. they're together, yes, but it hasn't reached SUPER serious yet
i luv ur story! Plz continue! i have to no wat happens!
I love this story. It is reallly funny and an interesting idea. Please update soon!
Oh boy, it's JAMES!!!!!!!!!!!!! This story is getting really good really fast!!!!!
I have 2 no wot happens next! I just luv ur story so far!
Well well well... looks like my favourite phantom has been quite busy. I'm glad my pushy and self-abusive nature has finally driven you to create another work of literary excellence.
I love the poem at the beginning, you did an excellent job of setting the scene in such an elegant fashion. I've never read the Canterbury tales, but it seems like a quite a whimsical format which I absolutely love!!! Kinda like Dr Seuss, only without the overdose on sugar-coated plutonium.
Can't wait for the next chapter of 'win'! As always you have my complete and undivided attention.