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Review:hdawg says:
Half-way through and still completely caught up in your writing. I don't want it to end and I wish it was real :(

Harry's starting to sound like Cobb in 'Inception' - not wanting to wake up because the reality in his head is so much better than the reality he is really living. And I feel for him (and hope that he doesn't get back with Ginny, I am aboard this ship and will cling to the poopdeck until I turn into Jack/Rose Dawson)

"It isn't love, because Harry thinks he knows what that's like." Lies. Pure lies.

I like this: "if someone manages to give Draco a gift that he really likes, they suddenly became his new favorite person for at least the next hour." It makes him sound like a puppy. A really loveable puppy. And the image of Draco in my head pretending to be a puppy is on a par with the image in my head of Sarah's Scorpius being a cat and talking with Mrs Norris. I think you have an idea of how much I like this mental image.

OHMYGOD I LOVE YOU SO MUCH: "Draco finishes telling him about the dream he had last night where he had to save a poor ram from being mauled by a flock of puffins" So so much.

Aheheee, this made me laugh. I want to have conversations like this: "Good afternoon, kettle. Has anyone ever told you that talking to other cookware is probably a sign of insanity?" Instead I tend to forget the correct ending to the anecdote and end up telling my sister that she's an oven.

Eugh Harry! It is love! Stop denying it and help me steer this damn ship to Destination Drarry! But woo! He's just realised he's in love and my little stomach butterflies are being all annoying and lovely at the same time.

You got that right: "Harry forgets his umbrella like he always does because he is, at least as Draco always tells him, "the worst Englishman ever" and Mark Gatiss/Mycroft Holmes would agree with you there.

This sentence made me squee: "His boyfriend is so odd and Harry really canít understand why he loves Draco in spite of his ridiculousness." I am head-over-heels in love with this story, and therefore with you and your imagination. Thought you ought to know...again.

NO! "It's not like itís real. This whole thing is a dream, so what he thinks here doesn't matter much. After all, it's just happening in his head." It does matter! This story and this love is the reason I returned home from the pub early because I couldn't stop thinking about it! It makes me sound sad, but this is so lovely and wonderful, and I just don't want it to end. I know it's not reality, but I really wish it was :(

Once more, I ask of you, 'why do you make me feel these impossible feels?'

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