"...you know what French does to me"
Author's Response: Yes. Yes it is. I LOVE The Adams Family movies and the animated cartoons. They're just plain creepy and that's really lovable. Thanks for the review
Snape's logic is....weird....
wishing them luck with this new catchy tune ;)
Author's Response: Yes. I was going for weird. Since he's usually right when it comes to just about everything, I thought I'd make fun of that. He thinks he knows everything.
Hahahahahahaha!!!!! OMG loved this chappie! So strange! Hope theres more of this!!!! ~iggybaby
Author's Response: Thanks, and there definitly will be. The story is only about half-way finished, so there is much more hilarity to come. Keep reading! :D
LOL.....brilliant....now I know how Aragorn could blend in so well ;)
Author's Response: Because he's just a ninja that way. Wearing a corn suit and calling himself Aracorn was simply brilliant of me. I commend you for writing that you thought so too!
ahhhh I want to know what this brilliant idea is! Please update Soon :D ~iggybaby
Author's Response: Don't worry, you'll know soon enough. I promise you that it will be gut-wrenchingly funny. I was laughing so hard as I thought it up that I had tears in my eyes! XD
I love the randomness of all the places they're going. Incidentally most of the places the group end up are fav movies of mine! Awesome work..
Author's Response: We must have similar tastes. I love all the movies I'm sending them to, as well. Plus, I'm working up a hilarious ending to this madness.
Gimli snorted. "He's gone and made nice with a tree. Just like an Elf." Maire laughed along with him and slowly, the Fellowship and their newer additions joined her.
Somehow that came across dirty to me lol...
Author's Response: That's just..wow..heehee. I never thought of it that way, but now that you mention it...
"Thanks." He said proudly. "And you know it's all eatable." He informed them with a wave of his magnificent cane and a mischievious grin. "Even I'm eatable. But that is called cannibalism, my dear guests, and is frowned upon in most societies." Marie chuckled, while the others just stared warily at him.
Maybe by this time though Aragorn and/or Boromir were considering that option. ;)
Author's Response: Maybe....can never tell with those two.
Marie inspected him intently, then gave him a look of pity. "You're very handsome, you know...lots of fangirls go for handsome..."
He scared the birds off of the top of the factory with his screams.
just not weird enough hahah; loving this but to bed now
Author's Response: Goodnight! Sleep tight! Don't let the Orcs bite. (Seriously, they're cannibals, one bite and you're history)
"Hmmm.."Aragorn bent over it. "Any idea where it leads?"
Gandalf shook his head. "No, I'm afraid." He brightened. "But that's a really catchy tune and nothing bad ever happens in a place where there are really catchy tunes!"
Author's Response: Heehee :) Thanks for the review!
Loving this story! Love the characters, love the plot love everything! Please update soon! ~iggybaby
Author's Response: I will. Don't worry. I'm glad you love the story, it's a kinda bulky cast because of all the characters that are in it, but I've been getting so many positive reviews that I'm almost vain about the fact that it's turning out so well.
ahhhhh love the captain!!!! I really like that you write what the characters would most likely say and how they would say it! kepp up the good work!~iggybaby
Author's Response: Thank you. Writing in-character takes very little thought with me. I just can't think a character saying anything other than what they *should* say. I think it's a gift. Thanks for all your positive feedback. :D
Im not sure what canon this one is... but i cant wait for the POTC!!! Jack Sparrow!! ~iggybaby
Author's Response: The Labyrinth is a movie by Jim Henson (the dude who created the muppets) and it starred David Bowie as Jareth the Goblin King (He's the dude who did Ziggy Stardust) and Jennifer Connelly as Sarah. Sarah wishes her little brother away to the goblins after reading a fantasy story about a Goblin King who fell in love with a Cinderella-esque princess. Sarah, who felt she was mistreated by her step-mother, takes it out on her wailing brother one night when she's forced to babysit him. If you look it up on Google, I'm sure you'll get a better explanation, but there's nothing like actually watching the movie, so maybe you should try and watch it. I found my DVD in Wal*Mart.