Author has written 14 stories for Yu-Gi-Oh, Inuyasha, Bleach, Doctor Who, and British Comedy.
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Regulations for stories»
I do not write yaoi, yuri, shounen ai or shoujo ai, unless that's the way it was originally. I'm also not a fan of writing lemons, but that doesn't mean I forgo all mature content. I'm just not partial to writing out big long scenes just for the sake of it. And while I'm at it, can I just say that I cannot stand puzzleshipping. I will not even read it. I would rant about it, but that'd take up too much space. Instead, you can PM me if you're a shipper and abuse me if it takes your fancy.
Usually, I don't write anything other than canon couples, but sometimes I do. And yes, I'm a review whore. But I don't mind having people just read it, especially by the number of hits for later chapters, it's great to know people are interested. So make me happy, and help me improve.
I do look back on my earlier works and are irritated by them, but I keep them here as a sign of my development as a writer. However, they do have the most reviews. I'm not sure if that's a good thing or not. I may, in the distant future, rewrite them. I'd like to continue with some, and they're all in a horrid format, as they were all written when ff.net had a different layout for documents. So I might finish them and edit all of them, or I might not. Most probably not.
Regulations for favourites»
Stories are added to my favourites list based on my personal reaction to them. If I stare in awe at the screen, I can't breathe, I snort coke out of my nose or think myGodyou'relikeBuddha then it's in. Note that there's hundreds of stories that I love, but to be listed they have to have something special about them.
Authors that are added to my favourites must meet at least one of three regulations: they have at least 3 stories on my favourites lists, at least one of their stories is exceptionally amazing and in a league of it's own, and lastly that I know them personally.
S P A R E ∞ C H A N G E
Due to my father being so dysfunctional he gets his own little corner on the web, where I post the most recent strange things that've happened with him. He often gets very excited about things when he's speaking, and too often acts like a child.
After tea, Vati was discussing Conger eels. If a Conger is fished up in a trawl, they are often still alive after being hauled on deck, and are known for being aggressive and difficult to get rid of (and rather large).
Dad: (about freezing fish in the boats): In bottom of the tank, you put a layer of ice, a layer of fish, ice, aluminium boards, ice, fish, etc. So you'd have a layer of ice in the bottom, then your Conger, then ice, fish, ice, boards, ice, fish, ice, boards, all the way to the top - higher than this ceiling, with your Conger right at the bottom. You'd come back a few days later and the Conger would be at the top, and it's like what the fuck? It would have climbed through up to the top, through the fish and ice and boards. It'd be frozen for days and it still wouldn't be dead.
Me: So, do you really have to smack it in the head a few times to kill it?
Dad: Listen, the only way to kill a Conger is to get the biggest fuck-off hatchet you can find, cut it up into 6 pieces, douse it in petrol, set it on fire, and then throw the pieces back into the ocean. And only then, you might, might be able to consider it dead.
A few moments later, Mutti asked Vati about Conger eels being made into the food "jellied eels".
Mum: Is that the reason you take Congers back to shore? To make jellied eels?
Dad: What? How could you make jellied eels out of Congers?
Mum: Well, don't they just make the jelly...
Dad (interrupting): No, because they don't make jam jars big enough. (Pause). He'd just get out anyway.
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