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gtgrouch posted a comment on Tuesday 3rd December 2013 4:37am for 3 - Poor Draco

I liked how this chapter ended even more than I liked the professors' betting pool.

Haven't laughed that hard in a long time!

gara5289 posted a comment on Sunday 23rd December 2012 11:48pm for 3 - Poor Draco

I really don't like Harry/Ginny stories most of the time, but this story is great!

Prowler posted a comment on Tuesday 14th August 2012 6:35pm for 3 - Poor Draco

I don't understand why snaps would have such odds in the bet. If I was allowed to bet, I'd take all my money, split it in half, and bet on both. If Harry wins. I get my money back. If the weasleys win, I get quite a bit of extra money.

kstchr posted a comment on Saturday 21st July 2012 4:43am for 3 - Poor Draco

HILARIOUS! Loved the part with Harry in a towel as well...somehow, I think that plan just backfired a bit for the Weasley boys...

reddude posted a comment on Thursday 16th December 2010 4:55am for 3 - Poor Draco

Great story, love it

Abraxan posted a comment on Saturday 10th July 2010 5:29pm for 3 - Poor Draco

I LOVED Ron being held under one curse after another in the Common Room - that was really funny. Great story so far!

Abraxan

Slytherin66 posted a comment on Saturday 1st May 2010 4:35pm for 3 - Poor Draco

A joy to read from start to finish and a great form of revenge on Draco.

dan26 posted a comment on Sunday 13th December 2009 5:16am for 3 - Poor Draco

You know incedentally Giiny's siblings only have themselfs to blame because they made harry treat Ginny like another sibling which leads to getting to know her as a person then as a girl and finally as a non sibling

Christopher Estep posted a comment on Monday 25th May 2009 3:36pm for 3 - Poor Draco

Filius' comments in the chapter have very much set off the alarums for the Potions Master (and should have for anyone reading the charming tale). He states that some of Harry's work in Charms is beyond anything he's ever seen OR done (and that he states he's been teaching Charms for three decades). Think about it this way; here's the acknowledged professional authority on Charms of all of wizarding Britain, stating categorically that he is in serious danger of being outclassed by a sixth-year Gryffindor that does NOT has bushy-brown hair. And he's stating it to the remaining department heads. (It could be considered "bragging" if Harry were a Ravenclaw; however, the fact that he certainly is NOT makes it all the scarier for Filius, because he is the Head of Ravenclaw House.) Sounds like Severus Has Food For Thought. (However, I don't think it will be very tasty; kind of like that CAULDRON he'll be chewing on soon....)

gaharbert1 posted a comment on Saturday 14th February 2009 4:04pm for 3 - Poor Draco

this just keeps getting better thanks so much i needed a laugh right now this is great.

joy glennie posted a comment on Tuesday 21st October 2008 2:51pm for 3 - Poor Draco

as hilarious as ever. Can't wait to see the revenge on the "brothers" or the "bothers"!

Shinobu Weasley posted a comment on Saturday 21st June 2008 9:14pm for 3 - Poor Draco

I like this; It's hilarious!!!

azrael91 posted a comment on Wednesday 21st May 2008 2:10pm for 3 - Poor Draco

my only problem so far is the lack of explanation on a few things. i think the story is hilarious.

Drifter950 posted a comment on Thursday 1st May 2008 3:42pm for 3 - Poor Draco

What is it with the odd, awful use of sniggering?

I always thought sniggering was what those with a limp wrist, those that simper, or those gossiping and/or older ladies, all did with their hands over their mouths.

I had my English teacher in high school point out that "snickering" at the back of the class was not a good idea (cost me an essay). I hope that explains my question/statement - point of view.

But that's "my" opinion. I'm from Northwest U.S. of A., and definitely can't claim to be the oracle for the rest of the world.

Other then that, I again state that I think this, in its entirety, is very well done. Even better, it's FUN!!!

SO, thank you for a very good read, and NOW state, for those who read reviews first, that all the other stories by you that I have found are just as good.



May the MUSES always be with you!!!
^_^

Cassie_Heart posted a comment on Friday 25th April 2008 6:45pm for 3 - Poor Draco

OMG i cant believe that in this tale Malfoy is gay the little weasle. i am totally happy that u came up with a funny way to insult malfoy. Bravo...Bravo...Bravo. really great so far luv it.

Brian Donnely posted a comment on Tuesday 27th November 2007 2:13pm for 3 - Poor Draco

Hahaha, at least now some people will have a better opinion of him, at least. ;)

Snape's comment was priceless. :)

Gil posted a comment on Saturday 24th November 2007 5:48pm for 3 - Poor Draco

This was one GREAT cheapter !!
I laughted my ankels off - It was awesome.
I luv the fact that harry looks great 3>
And Ginny is one funny witch :D

THX 4 writting (:

Xynnia posted a comment on Monday 15th October 2007 3:06am for 3 - Poor Draco

This is honestly the best and funniest thing I have EVER READ. I love it all - the MMails between the teachers, Draco's 'coming out of the closet', the involvement of Sirius and Remus, and Harry's humiliation that went wrong. BRILLIANT!!

Jabe Washburn1 posted a comment on Friday 23rd February 2007 8:43am for 3 - Poor Draco

This chapter was brilliant. I love the idea of emasculating Draco, but then pushing it so much further by getting everyone to support him in it.

millercommamatt posted a comment on Monday 19th February 2007 1:48pm for 3 - Poor Draco

So, I'm offering:

4-1 odds on the Weasley boys winning

2-1 on Potter winning



With those odds I would just bet X galleons or each. If Harry wins I make 2*X galleons and if the red heads win I'd get 4*X galleons. Not that it's an important detail or anything, but from a practical standpoint, I don't earn that kind of return on my bank accounts. I've read this chapter at least 4 times and I just noticed this. I blame tax season.