Reviews For Pepperup Potions
Reviewer: moonstargazer
Date: 04/14/08 23:08
Chapter: Chapter 1

Very cute story! Thank God, the teachers at my school did'nt chide us over a runny nose! The nurse's office would have a line stretching all the way back to the cafeteria, in my high school,lol
But, seriously, Snape is just a an old fuddy duddy about this....Either that or he's afraid of germs, which would make him paranoid. Poor Madam Pompfrey, putting up with Snape all these years. I know he's like too young for this word, but he's an old curmudgeon, imo. (my apologies for misspelling that word)

Author's Response: Of course, in a Muggle school there wouldn't have been a lot that the teachers could have done about it. ;) Snape is just a bit highly-strung in this fic. :D Thanks for reviewing! :)

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