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Reviews for It Ain't What it Used to be
|mick42 (Signed )||1: Size Matters|
|Cauldron!of course, everyone was thinking cauldrons.|
|amsev (Signed )||1: Size Matters|
|oh, LOL! Excellent.|
Author's Response: Thank you!!
|DawnEB (Signed )||1: Size Matters|
Don't worry about the whole metric/imperial thing - we don't, and use both all the time (length is far more likely to be feet and inches anyway).
Author's Response: hee hee - thanks! I was going much more for suggestiveness than accuracy (although it would be nice to achive both). :)
|cute. i was trying to guess what it was (other than the obvious) and never entertained the notion of a cauldron.|
Author's Response: Apparently I'm pretty dense because a few people have mentioned the 'wand' analogy and honestly, that never even occured to me. LOL
Thanks for the reveiw!!
Author's Response: Thanks! :)
|What, this didn't turn put to be another play on foolish wand-waving? Very cute!|
Author's Response: I know how much Severus despises playing with his wand. LOL I thought he'd much prefer playing with his... er... okay that doesn't work. LOL But I'm sure he enjoys playing with Hermione's *ahem* cauldron. hee hee
|I'm not really bothered by the metric system thing—after all, wands in the Harry Potter series are apparently measured in inches, and I seem to recall a mention of cauldron thicknesses being measured in inches as well. (It's been awhile since I read GoF, though, so I could be wrong.) Anyway, nicely done; double-entendres sure are fun, aren't they? |
Author's Response: Ya know, I didn't even think of the wand measurements being in inches. Good catch on that. And yes, it is always fun to play with double entendres. :)
Thanks for the review!!
|ROFL very well done!|
Author's Response: :) Thanks!
Author's Response: Thank you so much. :)
|Bloo (Signed )||1: Size Matters|
|Cheers for posting.|
Author's Response: for the read and reveiw. :)
|HAHAHAHAHAHHAA!!! What a great set of giggles for the afternoon. Thanks!!|
Author's Response: :) Glad you liked it. Thanks for the review!
|LMAO! I thought it was going to be a wand, but you creative thing you-- a cauldron! This really made me laugh today. Thanks!|
Author's Response: Thanks! I'm glad I could give you a little giggle. :)
|Haha... I was trying to figure out if it was a book or something like that. I never thought of a cauldron!|
Thanks for reveiwing!! And congrats on being a 'top ten' reviewer too!!
|It's very funny.|
Author's Response: Thank you! :)
|cute piece. One criticism: the line "isn't it hard enough" is more anatomically suggestive, shall we say and doesn't seem to have a lot to do with a cauldron or its uses. Maybe there's something else she could have to say? Hopefully when we read through with a cauldron it mind it still "works" as a piece of dialogue. |
Author's Response: Honestly I was worried about that line myself. I was thinking of a cauldron that had been used to the point of being worn thin in spots (which I can't remember if I've ever read in canon but I have definitely read in fanon many times) and I didn't know if or how to phrase that correctly in the amount of words I had to use (100). I'll think on it. I don't know if I can/will change it now, but if I think of a better line, with the same amount of words, I'll try to come back and edit this to make it a smoother - and more appropriate to the subject - read.
Thanks for the review and for the tip. :)
snapify52's response: Is it sound enough? Does it have integrity? Is it thick enough? Just my two cents. don't spend them all in one place. Your story made me giggle. Nice work.
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