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Review:teh tarik says:
right right right

oh my lord Kristin

Your humour is srsly aslkdjlnv

I feel like Lockhart himself has just leapt in front of me, swept me into a chair before proceeding to recite to me a long, dramatic saga of his magnificent deeds. And of course, he uses the most flamboyant of hand gestures, punctuated now and then with a toss of those sun-kissed luxurious locks of his.

I swear you've got every nuance of Lockart perfect, from the starting lines: This is the story of how I became marvellous. That's a joke. I was always marvellous. Oh my ghruajjvnjd just like your Barty Crouch story, which nearly killed me with the opening line, these starting sentences were absolutely wonderfully perfect and Lockhart-ish. You've captured his voice so wonderfully!

Wilhelm Wigworthy, Head Boy with the monobrow, lol. OF COURSE that would be the thing Lockhart notices. And I must say I love how Lockhart is so disinterested by gossip of any kind, because they're all to do with other people rather than himself.

And I was beside myself with glee when he transformed Potter's feet into flippers!! Let's face it, I have no great love for James Potter. :P And and and Lockhart tampering about with Potter's feet is a nice nod to canon, and I can't help giggling at the thought that in the future, he'll do something very very similar to James' own son.

And of course, the hair care potions and his obsessive hair care regimes. ♥ Well, at least we know that Lockhart wasn't totally useless at schoolwork...he was a Ravenclaw after all. That being said, I must admit he comes off as incredibly lucky rather than truly intelligent bahaha! Especially with the whole money-making scheme.

Anyway,this was a hilarious read, my dear! I'd love to see more oneshots on Lockhart written by you ahahah! (Gilderoy would be very very pleased if you wrote more about him). ♥

Thanks for asking me to read this; this was awesome!

-teh

Author's Response: Aw, thank you! (I think. I looked up 'aslkdjlbv' in the dictionary and to my utter shock there was no definition listed so I'll just interpret that word to mean 'THE BEST EVER OMG!' Or I suppose it could mean that it's terrible but you're too polite to say so. :p Anyway.. I'm meant to be responding to this review, but I am like a dog surrounded by squirrels - absurdly easily distracted.

where was I? oh yes THANK YOU! I am so glad to hear that this sounds just like Lockhart's voice and that you can see him doing wild hand motions and hair-flipping as he tells the story haha, that's perfect. It means a lot to me that you thought the characterisation was spot on! It's wonderful to know I can convincingly write an obnoxious and clueless person like him. :p

Hehe, I'm glad you enjoyed that scene wih James too! I liked the kind of situational irony as it's very similar to what happens a generation later.

Yes, I think if anything turned out the way Lockhart wanted it to, he saw it as a testament to his own intelligence rather than the far more likely possibility that he was just lucky haha.

Thanks for this wonderful review! Sorry my response probably makes no sense... I shouldn't respond to these things late at night :p I am so glad you enjoyed the story! ♥ ♥ Thank you!


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