|Reviews for Naming Pig|
| OwlPostAgain7 chapter 1 . 3/23/2015
This is sweet, I love the line about Ron not having any stupid sisters.
I like to think that Albus/James/Lily was the kinder alternative to Ginny's top name choices.
| Analie Janes chapter 1 . 4/2/2011
That was really good! Ginny's jealousy made sense. Good job writing this! :)
| ibelieveintruelove chapter 1 . 10/28/2010
Aww! That was very sweet, I love seeing the fun, cute sides of Ron and Ginny's relationship. Nice job! :)
| justawritier chapter 1 . 8/2/2009
very cute! I love fics like this. We don't get to see too much of Ron and Ginny realonship in the books.
| White-Fool chapter 1 . 6/9/2008
Hehe, brilliant last line!
And poor Ron, manipulated by his little sister...
I wish I could do that
At least, if I had an older brother
And wasn't sixteen, at which stage it'd be a bit pathetic I guess...
This is just so sweet, I love it!
I do love the Weasleys...
And I never thought of, but I guess the Weasleys should have been suspicious of Pig...
I mean, where would Ron get an owl?
And they all know Ron'd be too proud to let Harry get him one, though Harry would happily...
You've got me thinking!
| Ginnyloveswriting chapter 1 . 4/7/2008
Cute, but I didnt get the last line. "He wish he hadn't been right"? m? *looks confused" Maybe its only me But well, I am confused anyway,
Good try. :)
| DramaDork chapter 1 . 4/19/2006
Sweet, i liked it.
| kArlITaLUna chapter 1 . 8/19/2005
| Shading in Grey chapter 1 . 5/11/2005
Aw sweet. Very cute.
| Celi chapter 1 . 4/13/2005
GREAT! Loved this one, mad me really happy!
| Evenstar Elanor chapter 1 . 4/10/2005
aww... a sweet little thing, though it makes Ginny seem like a 7-year-old. "Everything does not revolve around bloody Harry Ron!" I LOVE that! you're having a Ginny fixation, aren't you?
"and Ginny had been quiet after her first year." that line struck me as a bit odd, coming from Ron as one of the reasons they didn't talk too much anymore, as this is after his 3rd year, and the Chamber of Secrets ordeal already happened. He should know what was going on w/ Ginny, but other than that, it's pretty good.
| JamieBell chapter 1 . 4/10/2005
This was cute. I love stories that involve Ron and Ginny's relationship. For the most part, we get to see into Ron's mind, and we find out that he's not really all that insensitive at all. And that just makes go all "aw..." inside.
Some of the lines in here were subtle but they really amused me.
"Ron winced – he hadn’t meant to imply that Harry din’t think of Ginny as a friend, even if he did find her attraction to his best friend somewhat inexplicable."
“Okay – but, you should talk to him you know. He needs more people who are funny.”
“What about Hermione – she’s funny?”
“Come on Ginny – you know Hermione’s not…”
And my favorite: “You’re not my stupid sister – I don’t have any stupid sisters… You can borrow my broom when I’m not using it, you know.” That was extremely sweet on Ron's part. He does care, even if he tells her to go away half the time.
Anyway, loved the story! I always look forward to reading your 'missing moments' fics; they are always enjoyable, and always feature a feasible encounter or situation. I think that's why they're so likable. Thanks for a great job!
| FemmeDraconis chapter 1 . 4/9/2005
My favorite parts were Ron telling Ginny that Harry likes people who actually talk; Ron saying that Hermione really isn't funny; and Ron also saying he that he doesn't have any stupid sisters.
| boredanddelirious chapter 1 . 4/9/2005
What a sweet little story! I think you've got the sibling relationship down pat. Well done!
| Raiining chapter 1 . 4/8/2005
What an excellent line:
She wasn’t *supposed* to be angry with him – she could be angry with everyone else, but not him. Ginny was supposed to look at him and see her favourite big brother, the one person who could always make her laugh, the most wonderful big brother in the world – that was just the way things were supposed to be ..
very good insert, excellent at showing Ron and Ginny's semi-relationship. And wonderful with the extremly tricky "transition" of Ginny. The "and lately lying to Ginny seemed to take particular skill", and yet still such ... well not "childishness" but "youngness".. it was excellent.