I read, garden, knit and study engineering.
I don't read or write fanfic so much anymore, but I reappear periodically to check up on old friends.
This is great, I love how it follows the conversation format of
Yes, but who said I agreed to this?
Reminds me of hitch hiker's guide in some odd way.
Are the there more?
What could have possibly turned our strict, sensible Hermione into.. a "sex-crazed rhinoceros on bad acid"? (as Terry Pratchett would have put it)
that seems a little out of bounds even for the Twins and their wheeze-worthy exploits.
that's so sweet! I love how there isn't really any smut or anything (I was all but shocked to find how racy these things get)
*goes to see what else you've written*
I've read and loved most of your stories and this one's no exception.
Well, maybe the "delicious arse"-type of stuff isn't quite my speed, but hey, I've seen rusty buckets that were more romantically inclined than me.
What do I know?
Hmm.. I don't know, but I -think- that
"She reached for his him,"
between these two ^^ one must be extraneous.
Thank you, lady
P.S.: I too, love the words "duffer" and "untoward".
Author's Response: Thanks for the head\'s up; I made the correction.
“You — you were more distracted then I was,” he said. “Something wrong?”
and you’re too damn self-involved to care how this effects me.”
“How this effects you?”
Okay, scratch that - Severus is pure evil.
He would be fluffy evil too, if he ever showered.
"and his fingers closed around his wrist."
her wrist, maybe?
I like your story line - complete with the liss trying to get to Lucius through Draco.
“It’s not usual such a full-time job
Amazing story, great OC (believe me, I almost never say this), keep it up =)
the girl is pure, fluffy evil.
Oh, this is so good, it must fattening!
Though I don't know how I feel about Siobhan being
a) Siobhan (such is the trouble with names that are spelled nothing like how they're pronounced)
b) Red-haired and freckled, ginger-heads can never strike me as anything, but clumsy, vulnerable (to which there is scientific backing) and more-or-less benevolent.
Author's Response: Um, well. She\'s Irish, meaning it\'s not uncommon for her to be red-haired, freckled, or have the name \"Siobhan\". Also, I know plenty of people with red-hair and/or freckles who are certainly not clumsy, vulnerable or benevolent. Again, the Irish. We may have a cultural tendency to be friendly and sociable, but also violent and temperamental (and sexual, to be blunt).
Lucius Malfoy = Mrs Robinson x10
This is a wonderfully hilarious story - really.
And oh, how I'd love to see my seventh-grade Algebra teacher's face if I'd called him "Piglet" - the name by which he was referred to colloquially.
I'll be anxiously awaiting continuation.
(the three letters at the end promise one, should I dispair?)
ohmygodno.. Not entirely tasteful, but hilarious nevertheless.
That's wonderful =)
Can I just point people in this direction when they come up with these.. erm, babes?
Thank you =)
"you’re all good looking in an ugly sort of way…"
*forms a crowd*
*gives a round of applause*
The forklift part was great too - I imagined it and it was still great.
"What are you doing back here anyway, Malfoy? Was Voldemort too big for you?"
*gives brain dirty look*
*gets dirtier look back from brain*
*turns red, hides self in sock drawer*
heee hee I hate to give you non-constructive reviews like these (trust me, I'm not always a giggling idiot), but there's hardly anything to remark on and the time is certainly ripe for a fic like this.
But who in Scott's name is Jack Sloper?
Oh the dread..
"(that was kept in his bottom draw)"
Shouldn't that be "bottom drawer"?
Well, anyway - the piano part is charming.
My dad loves making fun of that "piano in the bushes" phenomenon - you know how people in cheesy tv shows always seem to have a lavish banquet for two stashed in a disused lavatory?
Yes. It never goes out of style apparently.