That. Was. Hilarious. Seriously! I'm loving this series! Report Review
What.The.Friglefrumpenstaff. Report Review
never gets old does it? jk lol Report Review
That's awesome. Espically at the end when Harry pertends the whole conversation didn't happen. I also liked when Harry and Hermione were the only ones working. Report Review
Harry just straight pwned that sucka! Bet he didn't see that one coming! booyah! Harry's the man do a little Harry dance!!! what nowin your face he beat him at his own race booyah! Report Review
Harry has got to stop hanging out with Luna! She's contagious!
Love the story. Love seeing Snape buffaloed.
Keep it up!
Robert Report Review
I dont think that Harry can get away with this for much longer. I loved that he managed to brake snape though. I think Hermione might just go crazy along with the professor. lmao Report Review
OMG!!! Theese are sooo good!!! Keep writing! 10/10
~Aurora Report Review
A delightfully random story. I must say that this is superb use of discorded paragraphs, and was most amused by your use of an outside party to give the story an incomprehensible climax. But one question still remains... Who is the Colonel? Is he really a chicken? I look forward to reading more from thisbehecateAuthor's Response: Well, the colonel I was referring to is actually colonel sanders, from KFC. So the slight connection. Harry, living with muggles (albeit not in America, mind) would make the leap from colonel, to colonel sanders, to kfc, then to chicken. Whereas Snape, never having much of a connection to the muggle world, would not have made the connection from Colonel to KFC to chicken.
In some of the stories there may be a method to my madness. maybe. Report Review
HAHAHAHAHA... OMFG That was sooo.. funny.Greats job..
All that time he was messing with his head lmao..what was he thinking about when harry poked snape arm??Author's Response: What was Snape thinking? He wasn't. Harry's statements had successfully robbed Snape of his sanity for a few moments and was incapable of thought, or at least, cohesive thoughts. Report Review
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