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Fraulein Takoor posted a comment on Thursday 19th July 2018 10:12am for Painful Recovering

I really like your format, the way in which you separate different situations/people/time reminds me a lot of Dan Brown's style!

I absolutely love the t-shirts by the way, they are hilarious xDD

talonnolat posted a comment on Friday 19th February 2016 7:31pm for Painful Recovering

This is really brilliant work some of your disclaimers extremely funny that I have to read them four times

bluezy posted a comment on Friday 11th December 2015 5:00am for Painful Recovering

I am not using a mouse. Well, in a sense I am, but it is turned upside down already (a trackball). Therefor I can not comply with your sobriety test. What, oh what am I supposed to do?

amandalmalfoy posted a comment on Sunday 26th October 2014 12:43pm for Painful Recovering

I have to disagree with your pet peeve on this chapter, I prefer to have a numbered chapter due to the fact that most authors who name their chapters have a tendency to give away exactly what's going to happen in said chapter. That of course makes the story too predictable, I would rather be surprised by what I read in the chapter rather than knowing ahead of time because I saw the name of the chapter.... But, to each their own I suppose. :D

Cedric Dursley posted a comment on Saturday 22nd September 2012 6:21pm for Painful Recovering

I tried your online sobriety test but when I turned my mouse upside down, I discovered that the mouse had a laser point instead of a ball. Do you have any other tests available.

Cassandra30 posted a comment on Sunday 24th June 2012 8:15pm for Painful Recovering

Most excellent! I do like having Narcissa recover. Tonks is her niece. Excellent story!

Jdnokc posted a comment on Tuesday 29th March 2011 3:44pm for Painful Recovering

I highly doubt that the spider venom is more deadly than the basilisk venon in his blood

minbodsou posted a comment on Sunday 27th March 2011 11:35am for Painful Recovering

On a crackberry

ONLINE SOBRIETY TEST

Step 1: Turn your mouse upside down.

Step 2: Remove ball from mouse. Place ball in secure location.

Step 3: Pee in ball receptacle.

cello posted a comment on Monday 6th September 2010 1:22pm for Painful Recovering

rubbing hands together in glee at upcoming comeuppances - say that three times

Puffyboots posted a comment on Sunday 29th August 2010 6:49am for Painful Recovering

Made it to step 1 of the sobriety test before I ran into a problem. My mouse has no ball. Oh well. Unfortunately, I cannot blame it on alcohol; it is my own fault for staying up all night (it is currently 6:45am...) to read this. I will read more later, but I thought I would leave a review at this stopping point, so I don't forget anything.

I think the Harry you write of is very interesting, and well written.

Dumbledore is a sneaky manipulator, and you show that well.

Random question, why do you sometimes write the Author's Note with a plural perspective? I kept seeing "we" and wondering who "we" was, and where "we" was credited, since only one name was ever mentioned. If you are a group working together, I have to say I admire you even more. It's hard to write in a group!

Ok, got to go and take a shower before heading to work. Laters!

karinleemischal posted a comment on Monday 17th May 2010 11:59am for Painful Recovering

um, my mouse doesn't have a ball. . . . does that mean I'm pregnant???

*faints*

purrfus posted a comment on Sunday 25th April 2010 9:30pm for Painful Recovering

Lovely explanation and meeting of the minds.

Dear authors - better to spend whatever creativity and energy is available on the story. Chapter titles are the sprinkles on top of the iced cake - nice but not essential.

kyuubi08 posted a comment on Monday 22nd March 2010 1:32pm for Painful Recovering

nice shot at twitter there

Anime Monster posted a comment on Saturday 6th February 2010 7:26pm for Painful Recovering

Question: What does a person using a laptop do to prove they're sober? Or with one of those new-fangle opti-laser mice? Then again, if your peeing on any part of your computer, you probably should go to the hospital to check for alcohol poisoning...as that's way too much to drink.

Bexis posted a comment on Monday 5th October 2009 2:25am for Painful Recovering

That's an impressive DE attack.

Did Harry get a case of gangrene from the spider bite? That would explain some of the symptoms.

Sov posted a comment on Tuesday 25th August 2009 2:39pm for Painful Recovering

I know this story was posted quite some time ago, but I thought it might make you feel all warm and fuzzy to know that people are still reading (and loving!), your stories. I cant imagine the amount of creativity it would take to write something so interesting and extensive. I appreciate your efforts deeply.

Sheepdog posted a comment on Wednesday 10th June 2009 5:39am for Painful Recovering

About the online Sobriety Test what does a person do if they have a Mouse that uses a Laser instead of a ball. I love your stories and this is about the fourth time i have read this story i wait with baited breath for new stories.

Kizza2009 posted a comment on Thursday 7th May 2009 9:08pm for Painful Recovering

LOL nice test; doesn't work if you are on a lappy though

jazz3 posted a comment on Wednesday 18th March 2009 11:52am for Painful Recovering

I love this story

WolfMoon posted a comment on Thursday 12th February 2009 6:33am for Painful Recovering

A minor note - I saw at least two places this chapter where 'prophecy' was spelt 'prophesy'. I had a bit of a poke around, thinking that it might have been due to you being in America and me being in New Zealand (or whatever), but I don't think this is the case. Just thought I'd point it out, as I like to know when I'm regularly misspelling words.

I'm still enjoying the story, which is vaguely surprising to me - as I said in a previous review, a Harry/Hermione pairing is generally enough to stop me reading a story, no matter how good it is otherwise. Thanks for sharing and looking forward to reading more.