Summary: Fred and George persuade a very young Ron to make an Unbreakable Vow with them.
Nice... sounds like the type of thing they'd try. You didn't include Fred's left buttock though.
Author's Response: Thank you for reviewing! And sorry about skipping over Fred\'s left buttocks. :)
Author's Response: **I meant buttock . . . Fred doesn\'t have multiple left buttocks, LOL . . .
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You have a lot of time on your hands. I sense you are young, still in school, and don't get enough homework.
You do have a great style, though! Keep up the craziness!
Author's Response: Thank you! I\'ve gotten quite a few compliments on my style, so I guess I have that part down. Or at least have a good start on it.
Summary: Why Hermoine really *wasn't* sure that Ron could pass a Muggle driving test.
Nice ending. I hope my driving tests don't go like that!
Summary: It is a well known fact that all the Pureblooded families are inbred, but it is not until the issue of marriage arises that Draco realises just how out of hand the problem has truly become.
Wow... interesting angle... it's worth pointing out that Hannah Abbot is blond and in Hufflepuff... still, very good start.
Summary: First take one ghoul. Stun it, and stuff it into pyjamas before it has time to struggle. Add red hair. Cover the final product liberally in large painful boils. What you produce using this method should be a perfect replica for a Weasley with spattergroit - and if Fred and George were right, better looking than Ron - and the rest was straightforward.
Cute idea. Love your style.
Summary: James Sirius Potter is a mischievous little six-year-old and is rather like his grandfather, James Potter, and also his namesake, Sirius Black. When he has an idea, he is determined to fulfil it to the best of his ability. He drags his siblings Albus and Lily as well as his cousins Hugo and Rose Weasley into his plan while a twelve-year-old Teddy Remus Lupin watches on, amused.
Written for the September Challenge by FlightofthePhoenix of Hufflepuff
I love it! It has a good persepective, and realistic characers.
Incidentally, half my graduating class from high school considers "prettiful" a real word.
Author's Response: Thank you very much! Graduating class think prettiful is a real word. Lol, that\'s not to0 good :) ~Nicole
Summary: Neville Longbottom finally has a chance to do what he loves: work with plants. Will this chance be just that, or will it be something bigger?
I love it! Neville always deserves that kind of happiness.
Summary: When Sirius Black dumps a girl, she cries and begs him to come back. When he humiliates her in front of the whole school, she does not seek revenge. Never. Too bad that no one ever said that to Angela Peters.
Author's Response: Scary, huh? Not more than Sirius deserved! Thanks for your comment, I\'ll take it as a compliment.
Summary: After losing a bet, Professor Severus Snape is forced to accompany Professor Filius Flitwick on a speed-dating event. Will he manage to survive the witless witches and the maddening MC? Or will he leaved with more than he bargained for?
Interesting story. Are you sure you couldn't match Snape up with anyone? He seems so... lonely.
Summary: The war against Voldemort is not going well. The Ministry of Magic has fallen and the Order of the Phoenix is scattered. Harry Potter and his friends are ruthlessly hunted by Voldemort and his Death Eaters. There is no end in sight for our heroes…
BUT SUDDENLY, OUT OF THE DARKNESS, ABSURDITY INTERVENES!
Nominated for QSQ 2008 Best Humour Story!
I believe you need psychiatric help... or Harry does... although it doesn't stop you from being a great writer.
Gib gibber beep! Beep. Wooble gibber Iím going to put on some exploding trousers bbluubbaaarrrggghhh!
My situation is hopeless. I am beyond savingÖ
Well, not really Ė I just happen to have a weird imagination. However, Harry could use some counsellingÖ or a big hug. Anyway, thanks for reviewing!
Tim the Enchanter
Summary: When all life fades to grey, George tries to find a means to an end.
I am beauty and brains of Gryffindor House for Colors of the Spectrum, Part 1.
Stories don't usually make me cry, but this one did. Thank you.
Author's Response: Thanks for reading. (:
Summary: What happens when Luna challenges her friends to a game of Truth or Dare?
You're a brave, brave author...
Author's Response: Ooh, what do you mean?
Summary: Oft-ridiculed Neville Longbottom jumps at a chance to fit in with his fellow Gryffindors, a chance that requires a dangerous trek through Hogwarts in the buff. WINNER OF THE 2009 QUICKSILVER QUILL AWARD FOR BEST HUMOR STORY.
You have way too much time on your hands and a very sick mind. Congratulations on getting this past the moderators with a 3rd-5th year rating, and I hope future stories from you won't be as... off. I did like Dumbledore's part of this. The ending was also very funny.
Author's Response: Alas, the one thing I have a severe shortage of is free time. I do appreciate someone who notices my sick mind, though. I think it\'s one pleasant aspect of my writing that often goes unnoticed. I\'m not sure what you mean by my story being \"off,\" but I can only shrug my shoulders and hope that you find the rest of my writing on here more \"on.\" Thanks for the review!
Summary: Draco hadn't counted on the other Weasley. Rated for one expletive. Warning: This probably doesn't feature the pairing you're expecting :P
Oh, man... you're creative...really unexpected but somehow sensible ending!
Summary: When Lily Evans causes Remus Lupin to be humiliated in front of the entire school, he vows revenge. That's when he comes up with The Prank. It's guaranteed to make Lily's worst nightmare come true, if he can pull it off. And on his own...he probably can't. But with the help of Sirius Black and his Ravenclaw friend, well, anything is possible.
Somehow, I'm not sure if I want to know what they're planning, but I can't resist! Keep writing!
Author's Response: I\'m almost done with chapter three, I will hopefully have it done before the end of next week. Thanks for you review!
Summary: A potion has been created that has the ability to strip a wizard of their powers: a potion the Ministry of Magic couldn't wait to get their hands on. After the Battle of Hogwarts, lesser convicted Death Eaters are given a choice: go to Azkaban, or spend the rest of their lives as Muggles. While many people refused such a degrading option as a matter of pride, one Draco Malfoy chose the potion. Now, cast into the city of London, Draco both struggles with, and eventually enjoys his adaptation into the Muggle way of life.
But what happens when the effects of the potion turn out to be not-so permanent?
I know this is supposed to be a funny story, but those last few paragraphs make me want to cry.
Author's Response: Yeah, but I got this story as a plot bunny, and the creator wanted a sulky humor. And given the plot, this wasn\'t going to be a Dane Cook piece abyway. Don\'y worry, though; it will get a lot funny in the next few chapters.
Poor Draco... as if the subway system wasn't confusing enough!
Author's Response: Yes, I've only been on a subway once (in Washington D.C.) and it was pure torture!
Summary: What happens when you mix the Chinese military, Magizoologists, militant animal rights activists, Tibetan nationalists, wizarding bureaucrats, and a mad escaped yeti (besides chaos)?
You yell yourself yellow of course! Whatever that means…
But seriously, this is the alternately sober and stupid story of a yeti’s bid for freedom and the madness that ensues. Rated 6-7th Years for substance abuse (Magic Pixie Dust, anyone?), colourful swearing in four different languages (English, German, Spanish, and Mandarin!), and MAD YETI VIOLENCE!
So, um, that magic pixie dust?.. You on it? I only ask because this is a very strange story.
I did like the Benjamin Dover reference. That was a good story, and I hope you write more of it.
Well, thank you for telling me that this was a strange story Ė I happened to be aiming for just that! Anyway, to answer your question, I am not on any (fictional) Magic Pixie Dust. I wrote this story while completely sane and sober, though please understand that I just happen to be weird.\r\n\r\n
Good Ė you spotted the Benjamin Dover reference! I also put a few allusions to some of my other fics in this chapter as well. Anyway, I am indeed writing more of Out of the Darkness, but Iíve hit something of a cement wall since the last chapter prominently features Harry and Ron. I donít like writing about canon characters, since they arenít mine and Iím always worried about keeping them in character; this probably explains why I invariably only have OCs in my stories.\r\n\r\n
Thanks again for reviewing!\r\n\r\n
Tim the Enchanter\r\n
Based on everything I've read from you, I can promise that this is the weirdest, most factual, and most insightful story you've ever written. I'm enjoying the editorial comments. Please write more!
Every time I wonder WHY I wrote this crazy story, reviews like this one never fail to make me feel better, so thank you! I have to agree with you in that this is probably the weirdest story Iíve written, but I canít really say why Ė I guess itís just so weird that I am lost for words. As you undoubtedly noticed, I did quite a lot of research for this story, so I appreciate your comment on its factuality. Finally, one of my favourite movies is Monty Pythonís Life of Brian, a movie that is not only just plain hilarious, but it has such a great insightful, satirical message on... well, pretty much everything! That was one of my great inspirations for this strange story, in addition to my natural eccentricity!
Thank you again for reviewing this story Ė I am so glad you actually understand it!Tim the Enchanter
Quidditch games are won and lost by combinations of the aforementioned factors.
But what about butterflies?
Somehow, this is funny...
I'm glad you think so, because I originally submitted this story in the Humour category, but a mod rejected it and told me to move it to General, so I did. But yes, this story is inspired by a true, horrific, but oddly hilarious event!
Tim the Enchanter