Penname: Black Angel [Contact]
Real name: Sarah-Jane
Member Since: 11/07/04
Website: http://uk.geocities.com/blackangel_hp
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22 year old Brit. 5' 9, bright red hair and scary green eyes.
Err... rather unnaturally attracted to Remus Lupin.
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Categories: Orphan Genre: Warnings: None

Word count: 0 Chapters: 0 Completed: No
Published:
12/31/69 Updated: 12/31/69


Reviewer: Black Angel Signed
Date: 11/07/04 Title: None

Err... when writing a ooc fic you have to be very careful to get it just right or it can go quite wrong. This fic has gone more than a little wrong. It's not very funny and there are a lot of Americanisms in there such as "mommy" instead of "mummy". I'm not flaming, but perhaps a slight re-think is in order. Sorry.

Author's Response: have you done this to more than one person? because i remember reading someone else's review that sounded just like this...i think americanisms make it MORE funny, personally...

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