Very silly. I enjoyed it, especially the whole "Way." part.
I love your sorting hat song! And good use of "S.P.S.W.", hehehe.
Author's Response: thanks, i love my song...ravenclaw and hufflepuff...don't matter much...HA!
This thing is very silly. I love it. *Adds yet another review to this chapter even though he did to previous ones to express how much he enjoys reading it*
Author's Response: :D:Dthanks
Very fun - it reminds me of "Whose Line is it Anyway". :)
Author's Response: OMG! MY FAVORITE SHOW! along with the late show with david letterman...bonus points for you!
I like the story (and all it's big words), but I'm a little...shall we say...concerned...about Harry and Hermione. It's a bit out of character to see Harry trying to kill himself, and I was saddened by the part about Hermione becoming bitter. Otherwise - Great story! I can't wait to see what happens next!
Nice butterbeer riddle. I wonder though - did the Sphinx stand, or walk on four legs? Did she sit at the table? Hmmmmm...
Author's Response: Tahnks for the feedback. I can really forget little details like that well, you know that? Okay, the sphynx walks on four legs just like the on in GoF. Due to the inevitability of her breaking the chair, she sat on the floor, however. And thanks for the complement on the riddle. Cheers!
Yes, this chapter was very funny too. I felt so sorry for Tonks when she was trying to pull away and Dudley was trying to get in! You made her sound so nervous and scared! That was one of my favorite parts.
Author's Response: that's good... sympathy for Tonks... I hadn't really even thought about how the characters in my story actually fell... I guess when you write these people for so long you kind of just go through the motions... you lose touch with your characters. You have taught me a lesson today Jase... one that I shall not soon for get... at least not in the next five minutes. Thanks for the review!
That was hilarious! I loved it. I've only read the first chapter, but I've printed off the second one to read later. I especially liked the "Side Kick and Know-it-all had crossed the line this time." line
Author's Response: well I'm glad you enjoyed this. That line's alright.. but once you read the next chapter you'll have a much better line to talk about in my opinion.
I love your OC description! The girl telling all of these completely different things, it's a perfect spoof for Mary-Sues. Great chapter, can't wait for more of your "wittiness".
Author's Response: I was hoping you people would get a kick out of the whole "I'm perfect and can do everything" thing. I try to keep each chapter with a certain air of spoofery (I know that's not a word) Thanks for the Reveiw!
Summary: I've spent many hours trying to crack the code that JKR cunningly hid throughout the Harry Potter series, concentrating mostly on The Goblet of Fire and The Order of the Phoenix. After weeks of painstaking research, I feel that I'm finally able to reveal the truth of what lies between certain selected sentences from each of these books.
Certain characters' personalities have been utterly transformed by the code-breaking process. Read at your peril ...
Author's Response: I'm going to take that as a compliment.
Summary: COMPLETE. A woman visits Hogwarts expressly to meet Severus Snape. Her eccentric aunt led her to believe that he was the kindest, handsomest man to ever grace the earth. What will she do when she discovers the awful truth - let a few minor imperfections stand in the way of romance? Highly Improbable has been recognized by the Multifaceted Awards as Winner in the Laughter Category and Runner-Up in the Identity Category (Best Original Character), and also by MNFF's first annual Quicksilver Quills Awards. Thanks, MuggleNet!
Very good - I'm glad Eloise was able to get over her stagefright. All though I was a bit shocked about her last outburst until I read about the Veela eyelashes - nice use of canon. Keep it up! :D
Amazing. That's one word to describe this story. You have a great sense of detail - I can picture all of this happening in my head as I read. And the way you tell the story makes the reader really care about Clancy - I can't wait to see what happens next! Keep up the great work!
Good job. I find it so funny that Clancy and Snape can be getting along so well and one little thing can send them into a huge argument! You're writing is great, and I really enjoy reading a story that actually has proper grammar and good word choice, as opposed to some of the other stories on this site.
I really enjoy this story, and can't wait to see how it turns out. I am thinking, since this story takes place in Harry's second year, the choir in this story could be the ones who sang in the third movie? I am not sure yet, but I can't wait to find out.
Author's Response: Thank you so much for reviewing. No, Clancy's choir has nothing to do with the one depicted in the POA film. I have tried to work my OC into canon, so there is nothing from the films - except a few, harmless little frock coat buttons.
Great! You're combining humor, mystery, romance, and...something else...all together, and you make it fit together so perfectly! I'm really interested in the magic hedge now.
What I love about this story is that it's continuing through more than one year at Hogwarts. Lupin'll be a great added character I bet.
Author's Response: Many thanks to you and all the others who continue to leave positive reviews. Yes, Remus will be featured a great deal in upcoming chapters.
Very funny. I especially liked reading Snape's and Clancy's memory-loss thing after the shrub.
I'm always happy to see another chapter added to this story, and I can't express enough just how much I like it. Keep up the good work - it's getting very interesting :)
Very cute. Very fun. I especially enjoyed the ""Look, everyone!" Clancy shouted above the din, "It's CONGA time! Queue up behind the dancing pineapple!"" line.
Wow! I loved the time travel bit! Who'da thought - Snape, of all people, would marry a muggle. I really liked this chapter, keep up the excellent work!