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Yo!! I really like reading people's long, random, and generally meaningless bios, so I'm not gonna skip this like I would otherwise. Ummmmmm, my parents are totally paranoid about online stalkers and stuff, so I'm way not allowed to say my name or anything. That’s also why I didn't fill in any IM boxes. Not because they don’t let me, because I don't have any. *graciously accepts groans of sympathy* Anyway, this is probably getting boring even for insane wierdos like me so I'll stop.

Ok... *cue scary music* Shipping!!! I'll do this in list format:
H/G- love it
R/Hr- love it
H/Hr- can't stand it at all!!!!!!
L/N- OK, I'll take it
D/H- every once in a while
H/S- if she's overage, and it's nice
G/D- again, if it's nice [I'd like to commend gypsybaby21 for singlehandedly showing me that this ship can be well written
G/S-I'm still in denial that this actually exists
Slash/Femmeslash- nothing against anybody, but this just isn't my thing
If I've forgotton your ship, tell me about it and I'll put it up.

Now, my favorite part: COPY AND PASTE ITS! YAY!!!!!!! [
I do believe youre getting a very accurate picture of my patchy and questionable sanity]

-If you think those stupid kids should just give the rabbit the freakin' Trix, copy this into your profile.

-If you know someone who should get run over by a bus, copy this into your profile.

-Milk tastes good. People call me crazy, but I'm just random! If you're random and proud of it, copy and paste this in your profile!

-If you ever forgotten what you were talking about in a conversation copy and paste this into your profile.

-If you have ever fallen up the stairs copy this into your profile

-If you're one of those people who get excited when you see just two reviews, paste this into your profile.

-If you've been on the computer for hours on end, reading numerous fanfictions, copy this into your profile

-Ninety-five percent of the kids out there are concerned with being popular and fitting in. If you're part of the five percent who aren't, copy this, put it in your profile, and add your name to the list. AnimeKittyCafe, Hyperactivley Bored, Gem W, Bara-Minamino, Yavie Aelinel, Crazy Billie Joe Loving Freak, Shadow929,SweetNCrazieSugarmuffin,The Komodo Dragon Phoenix,Bust_A_Groover, Tecna, Triggonseed, The Only Innocent Writer Here-Yumi, EstellaB, NarnianMelody, tookieclothespen, bellabookworm9, GoodyGoody23, EdwardIsMyLover, tha_looney_one

-If you don't watch Laguna Beach or the O.C. or The Hills religiously, never have, never will, and are proud of it, copy and paste this into your profile.

You know you live in 2007 when...

1. You go to a party, sit down and take MySpace pics.

2. You haven’t played solitaire with real cards in years.

3. The reason for not staying in touch with your friends is that they don't have AIM/LiveJournal/MySpace.

4. You'd rather look all over the house for the remote instead of just pushing the button on the TV.

6. Your evening activity is sitting at the computer.

7. You read this list, and keep nodding and smiling.

8. You think about how stupid you are for reading this.

9. You were too busy to notice number five.

10. You actually scrolled back up to check if there was a number five.

11. And now you're laughing at your stupidity.

12. Put this in your pro if you fell for it. You know you did.

( )_( )
This is Bunny. Copy and paste Bunny into your profile to help him gain world domination.

Heaven doesn't want me and Hell is scared I'll take over. If this description fits you as well as it fits me and your pround of it, copy and paste this into your profile.

You laugh because im different I laugh because you’re all the same. If you've actually laughed out loud at someone for this reason, copy and paste this into your pro. [come on, you know your guilty]

Im an angel! Honest! The horns are just there to keep the halo up straight!If you've actually said this to someone, copy and this into your pro. Bonus points if they asked.

75 percent of America are Republicans and think Bush is right. If you are part of the 25 percent that are Democrats, copy and paste this into your profile. Then add your name:
Mrs. Optimus Prime, tha_looney_one

98 percent of teenagers do or has tried smoking pot. If you're one of the 2 percent who hasn't, copy & paste this in your profile.

Weird is good, strange is bad, and odd is when you don't know which to call someone. Weird is the same as different, which is the same as unique,so weird is good. If you are weird and proud of it, copy this onto your profile!

92 percent of American teens would die if Abercombie and Fitch told them it was uncool to breathe. Copy this in your profile if you would be the 8 percent that would be laughing your head off.

If Orlando Bloom said breathing was uncool, half the female population would die. If you think Orlando Bloom looks, acts, and sounds like a constipated ape, paste this into your profile.
[i dont actually think this but it was so funny i couldnt resist]

Chaos, panic, disorder...... my work here is done.

thats all for now! [dun dun dun] ta!

PS- please R&R my faves, but I might actually have a story up soon!! *collective intake of breath*

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Of Bras, Hail, and Pustules by joybelle423

Rated: 1st-2nd Years • 94 Reviews
Summary: The Gryffindor and Slytherin Quidditch teams are trapped in the locker room due to a sudden hail storm, and they both want the pitch when the rain lets up. What do they do to determine who gets it? Play Truth or Dare, of course!

Written for FenrirG for the Ravenclaw Spring Exchange 2007.

It Takes a Thief by Kerichi

Rated: 6th-7th Years • 30 Reviews

It takes a thief to catch a thief, but when Auror Ginny Weasley goes beyond the call of duty to catch Draco Malfoy red-handed, he catches her off guard, professionally and romantically.


A Tale of Two Matchmakers by Kerichi

Rated: 6th-7th Years • 1387 Reviews
Summary: Romance for three couples when Blaise and Luna use Shakespearean styled matchmaking to hook up Ginny and Draco. There's Much Ado about...something!

Nominated for a Quicksilver Quill for Best Romance-Non Canon 2007, 2008, and 2009. In 2010 mods changed the rules (they got tired of the same fics being nominated ^_~) so no more QQ hopes, but that's okay. No proof is needed that Draco/Ginny = love.  

* Written before the HBP, this tale presents an alternate sixth year in which Dumbledore lives, Draco is more than a foil to Harry, and Blaise Zabini is a girl. I hope readers who ship Draco/Ginny will enjoy the story which includes dancing with faeries, Celtic and Norse mythology, school holidays in London and Spain, and loads of fantasy and romance. "Is this a kissing book?" (to quote the Princess Bride) Yes, it is. *

(Warnings were added for safety, due to brief allusions in later chapters, not graphic content.)


Easier Said Than Done by SpikyBlackQuill

Rated: 3rd-5th Years • 62 Reviews
It started as a rant: I was tired of the re-occurance of cliches in fan-fictions. But then realization dawned on me: Was it possible to write a story entirely in figures of speech?

Combine a new author, a book of cliches, and hours to kill. The result is comical blend of Easter Bunnies, out-of-character moments, and sixty-seven cliches.


The Lone Wolf by Soap

Rated: 3rd-5th Years • 54 Reviews
Summary: Three words:
Remus's First Kiss.

A completely fluff-filled one shot from the Marauder era. Enjoy!

The Grand Order of the Crooked Noses by Eowyn89

Rated: 1st-2nd Years • 11 Reviews
Summary: I do believe many of you have been curious to know as to how my nose came to be quite so crooked. What an odd thing to wonder, I tell you, but none the less, I will comply. It is quite an entertaining tale to say the least, occurring on two different occasions during my younger days. I, Albus Percival Wulfric Brian Dumbledore, write this in my own hand, to satisfy all those who need to practice quenching their curiosities for more appropriate matters.


Hufflepuff House

March One-Shot Challenge--Albus Dumbledore--Prompt 1

Order of Merlin - First Class by Melindaleo

Rated: 3rd-5th Years • 43 Reviews
Summary: The Ministry of Magic is holding a Valentine's Day gala to honor the man who delivered them from the evil that had been darkening their lives. Unfortunately, the young hero has no desire to make an acceptance speech. Can his friends help get him in the right frame of mind? They can if their names are Fred and George Weasley.
*Originally written for the PS Valentine's Day challenge.

Minding Harry by Starmom

Rated: 3rd-5th Years • 35 Reviews
Summary: James has asked Sirius to look after baby Harry for a few hours. This might not have been a good idea.

Trees But Not Forests by Pussycat123

Rated: 1st-2nd Years • 79 Reviews
Summary: One hot summers day, all is unusually peaceful for the Marauders, as they laze about in the Grounds. Of course, they can’t possibly stand for that sort of thing, so James decides to begin a word game with his friends that ends up with Lily being kissed, Sirius running for his life, and Dumbledore remembering his youthful days ... it could only happen to the Marauders!

Now available as AudioFiction Episode #100!

Dear Snarky Severus by Kerichi

Rated: 6th-7th Years • 41 Reviews

Albus Dumbledore is a man of many secrets. One of them is his secret identity as an advice columnist, the Wise Wizard. When he coerces Snape to fill in, readers discover the Sagacious Sorcerer answering their queries would be better named Snarky Severus!


On the Life and Times of Gary the Green : The Ballad of a Gnome by Mind_Over_Matter

Rated: 1st-2nd Years • 8 Reviews
‘Twas in a small town (a Gnome Town that is),

On an oddly cool, dark morn in June.

Today, gnomes fell upwards (instead of down, see),

And the day was lit up by the moon.

As a species, gnomes are pretty much unappreciated, considered nothing but little pests who closely resemble root vegetables.

One gnome, however, proves that his kind are more than this, as he sets out and conquers the world beyond his villiage.

This is an entry for the Ballad Challenge in Poetry Anyone. I am Mind_Over_Matter of Ravenclaw.

A Letter of Complaints by izzyblue24

Rated: 1st-2nd Years • 22 Reviews
Summary: Two Letters of Complaints, a plot change, one letter, a lot of complaints. There you have it my little one shot about what would happen if some great and all powerful fan fiction author were to make it's little charcters write a letter of complaints.

Of Coloured Pencils and Plastic Bags by Sirenny

Rated: 1st-2nd Years • 43 Reviews
Summary: So many children had passed through her class in the small Primary School of Little Whinging, and Miss. Morrison liked to think she remembered them all. The shy ones, who hid behind their mothers legs or curled up in their fathers protective arms; the boisterous ones, who ran in small, never ending circles with boundless energy. The smart ones and the ones who struggled, sometimes bravely and sometimes with tears and tantrums. The short ones and the tall ones, the sweet and the mischievous; they were all special to her, in their own way, and they all earned themselves a special place in her memories. All of them, that is, except for one.

Why Slytherins Are Sexier by Textualsphinx

Rated: 6th-7th Years • 17 Reviews
Summary: A discourse on sexual differences between the houses - as propounded by one Severus Snape. Will not amuse Dunderheads, naturally.

Definition//Revolution by Seren

Rated: 1st-2nd Years • 25 Reviews
Summary: Your revolution will not be started with the words Crucio or Imperio, but with Hey, Parvati, how are you? Neville Longbottom finds his own way to fight back.

The Saving Bunnies From Evil Deaths Society by Just Tink

Rated: 1st-2nd Years • 24 Reviews
Summary: Every Muggle has heard of Opposite Day, the one day of the year where you're allowed to act completely different than you normally would. But in the Wizarding world Opposite Day is much more literal...

Sliding Drawers by Loup_garou

Rated: 1st-2nd Years • 48 Reviews
Summary: It is argued that the most minuscule of occurrences can shape the course of history irrevocably. Butterflies flapping their wings overzealously, missing a train/forcing open the sliding doors of a train and catching it/getting your finger stuck in the sliding doors of a train as you attempt to force them open and having to run alongside it for the duration of the journey as an alternative to having it ripped off…and other such minutiae. Thus it was that, on a cold, wet night seventeen years ago, in a room above the bar at the Hog’s Head Inn, that Severus Snape made his (skid)mark. The History of the Potterverse is now at stake, and it remains for Lily Potter (with a little help from Lupin) to sort it all out. BE YE WARNED - this story contains pants. Underpants. (This story is intended as a bit of light-hearted fun and should be read as such, even if it is rather OOC!) Final chapter is up! Gather round, my children, and witness the astonishing finale!

The Perfect Gryffindor Spirit by Madame Marauder

Rated: 1st-2nd Years • 3 Reviews
Summary: When Professor Snape takes ill, an odd subsitute takes his place. The assignment she gives the students is like no other: create a potion representing yourself. Ron Weasley has the perfect idea. But will his potion be a success or a dismal failure?

Written for In-House Challenge-- The Perfect Gryffindor Spirit.

Letters by Sarah Kavanagh

Rated: 3rd-5th Years • 408 Reviews
Summary: Lily thought she was in for a boring summer... but James Potter had other ideas. Love Letters, with a rather bizarre twist.

Adventures Through the Firewhisky Glass by Scheherazade

Rated: 6th-7th Years • 34 Reviews
Summary: Just where exactly did Dumbledore go for days on end during Half-Blood Prince? Surely all that time wasn't spent just looking for Horcruxes... Though, he did mention that he occasionally stopped for drinks before searching...

This story contains two of the most unlikey drinking buddies imaginable...