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Review #1, by Owlpost68 Ronald & Hermione

7th March 2016:
That was sooo ridiculous :P
I think you wrote Ron pretty well and Harry was adorable how he was reading it and actually getting glued to the pages and movie. Ron was just... Ron. He tried a bit and botched up a lot, but the cutest and most sincere part was when he said Hermione was always his Juliet. The ending was so silly too. It was all a great mix of silliness and love :) Good job!

Author's Response: This story is completely silly and it's supposed to be that way. I just love Ron because he has this air about him that he can be completely ridiculous in one moment and then serious and heartwarming the next. I'm glad you enjoyed the story! Thanks so much for the review.

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Review #2, by Avanell 2 Ronald & Hermione

6th March 2016:
Funny story...poor Ronald, trying to be Romeo :D

Author's Response: Thanks for the review. Glad you enjoyed it!

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Review #3, by Chocolate Frog Card Ronald & Hermione

6th March 2016:
Wotcher!

Tonks here! I had some time off from my Auror duties and thought I'd read your awesome fic! I always like to know what Harry, Ron and Hermione are up to.

Boy, did I feel for Ron. I've never been a big one for reading romance novels myself. Or reading. Or romance. Or novels.

I do agree with Ron on one thing though: those drumsticks at Hogwarts really are delicious! I also agree on the wisdom that is "when in doubt, blame Harry". Worked for a lot of things, eh?!

Oh, Ron, you think burping 'I love you' takes skill? I once burped the whole Hogwarts school song in one breath! Charlie Weasley joined in for the last line. It was a good night. Then we had drumsticks. Mmm...

Now I'm daydreaming like Ron did! That Muggle Shakespeare did know how to write a great party, though. At least your obsession is a good safe one, I once had a friend who had an obsession on finding out exactly why you should never tickle a sleeping dragon. May she rest in pieces.

Anyway, must be off! Thanks for a great read!

- Tonks (with black hair with red tips and a pointy nose, it's Sunday, after all)

Author's Response: Thanks so much for this wonderful review. It has taken me forever to respond because I truthfully just like to read it every so often. It makes me smile.

Ron is a silly man that you can't help but love. Sure he can be serious but he's so heartwarming I like writing him this way! He makes me giggle and feel warm and fuzzy inside.

That's very impressive Tonks, I had no idea you had such skill! You might have to appear in a story one day. Maybe a little something raunchy about your younger years? HA!

Thanks again for the review.


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Review #4, by Dirigible_Plums Ronald & Hermione

5th March 2016:
Hey,

I genuinely don't know what I was expecting, but this cracked me up so much. You portrayed Harry, Ron and Hermione so well here. The way that Hermione cried because of the play (I'm so identifying with her right now, we have all been there) and Ron was completely mystified. And his attitude to the actual content - "watching as Juliet talked to herself like a mad woman and Romeo listened in on her private conversation like some pervert" was my favourite - was hilarious. Oh Ronald. Always providing a new perspective on things, aren't you?

And Harry. HARRY. I saw this paragraph and you had me sold on how well you wrote him here: "At this revelation Harry sunk in his chair, trying to fold into himself and make himself disappear. He really didnít want to be in the room for this sort of fight. Somehow they always ended up blaming everything on him. Their motto seemed to be Ďwhen in doubt, blame Harry.í He didnít know how or why it began." Poor Harry. Always the third wheeler. :D

This entire one shot was just an oddball of awesomeness. It was so random, but it was so good. The way Ron botched up his lines and compared himself to Romeo, always looking down on the fictional bloke was hilarious and so him. I'm just in awe of everything you've done here.

Seriously, I am so glad that I decided to read this. I've never read a fic that was Romione-centric so I am glad that this is the first one that I have done.

One little small note, however. (Really, it's tiny.) You missed out the closing speechmarks at the end of this: "Itís a muggle classic about love.

Other than that, it was perfect. A great one shot, really.

Plums xo

(For the HPFF Review-a-thon)

Author's Response: Haha. Just reading your review made me chuckle. Ron is hilarious, isn't he? I actually do think Romeo and Juliet is a little perverted. I mean it is a classic so I do enjoy it but who listens in on someones conversation. Who does that? I guess everyone on TV and in books. Still...

I do this horrible thing with Harry where I stick him in between the two of them. Somehow he always has to help Ron out. ALWAYS.

I have to go back and edit that speech mark. I hate when that happens. A little slip up but it's still semi distracting. At least to me anyway.

Thanks so much for the wonderful review. I'm glad you enjoyed the story! Also, thanks for helping out HPFF!


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