|Reviews for Abracapocus|
| Linnie McCary chapter 1 . 1/14/2007
This story is exactly why you're in my list of 'Favorites'-loved the changing POVs, the detail, the irreverence, the 'Arsenic and Old Lace' ladies, everything. Just fabulous!
| IheartPadalecki chapter 1 . 9/17/2006
"maybe he’d seen one under the half-eaten package of communion wafers that Dean had broken open and spread Cheez Whiz on when he’d run out of Ritz crackers." that is SO amazing, i love it. hahahaha it was all amazing though.
| EagleGirl6 chapter 1 . 9/16/2006
What a fun story! I loved it:)
Good job with the looney tunes theme, even the brand of Sam's phone, Acme Wireless.
Dean sure know how to enjoy himself, doesn't he:
"Double the fucking potatoes and Dean’ll lick the pattern off the plate"
I'm so picturing David Bowie a few years ago...
"Sanger looked like a British glam rocker gone vaguely to seed"
I can totally see this expression on Dean:
"Dean roused himself out of his flummox, gathered his wits as though they’d fallen out a hole in his pocket"
Hahaha! these are perfect Dean:
"Do not mess with my groove, Sam, that meant. Funny how ‘trust me’ was telegraphed through mashing appendages."
'“I’m really fatigued.” Pronounced the ten dollar word like a moron, grinned again, this time at Sam, who kept from rolling his eyes, but only barely.'
I loved the whole deal with the vampire and Dean, so funny:
"Cause I’m pretty sure offing a hotel owner for questionable taste in fast-mouthed boys is still an indictable offense.”"
"Sam had never liked old dirty men who looked at his brother that way"
And you even worked in Kansas/Missouri bits, with the Royals stats and the "Ozark Circle Dancers and Fiddlers Society charity supper".
This is so true! Every book I had to read for Lit class in college involved some sort of beastiality or deviancy. What's up with that?
"righteous academics recording a culture even as they eradicated it. And the stuff they loved best? Oh, yeah, sexual deviancy."
I think we need more Dean singing... thank you.
The Victorian brass lightswitch plate. Hilarious!
I loved this - Sammy Potter?
"Sam standing there like the goddamn cavalry, all Captain Latin, what with the, “Novo mutatio, novo mutatio. Novo mutatio chiropterus commoror!” Like one of those little stupid English wizards. All he needed was a goddamn wand."
Sorry to re-state almost your whole story... but it was so fun! Thank you:)
| brighette chapter 1 . 9/16/2006
As always, great fun and highly imaginative! And I had a friend who went to college in Walla Walla, she was always sending me onions...it is a fun name, though.
| Windyfontaine chapter 1 . 9/15/2006
"Dean, not even looking, caught it mid-flight and choked he was laughing that hard." He's not the only one, rofl! Oh my gosh, too, too much to comment on in only one little review, so a blanket-'THIS WAS COMPLETELY FREAKIN' AWESOME' will explain my feelings on this story. :) All the different Count references, Walla Walla, porno demonology books, werebat, Dean saying the incantations to change the Count and him changing back-which, by the way, I could visualize perfectly as I grew up on Bugs Bunny, it's a wonder I'm not more deviant, lol, and the strange diner sisters-You seriously rock my world. This was amazing, and a hundred per cent angst free, which I needed. Loved it, simply loved it. You're the best, can't wait to see what you do next. Have a wonderful day! (waves as she goes off into the Acme sunset)
| irismay42 chapter 1 . 9/15/2006
That's it! I always knew Sam reminded me of someone... Harry Potter! Just get the boy some glasses... They're even starting to get the same hair!
As always, hilarious - especially the Acme phone company... And Gary Glitter making a guest appearance as a werebat... And of course Dumb!Dean is just the funniest thing in the world...
| TillyRose chapter 1 . 9/15/2006
Loved it, espessially Dean and his ancient pornographic text books.
Sam's gotta be Elmer (however you spell it) Fudd, cos Sam always wants to kill him, but just doesn't have the heart...lol
| Thru Terry's Eyes chapter 1 . 9/14/2006
Highly entertaining. I almost missed this, then I saw your name. Was gonna e-mail you to see if you were still alive.
| 42-Sporks chapter 1 . 9/14/2006
SAM IS SO TWEETY!
THIS STORY ROCKS! I swear, I've never laughed so hard in my life. You write Dean like...Dean. It's scary if not mildly psychotic. BRILLIANT! GENIUS! WHATEVER! Just keep doing it!
| NotTheIngenue chapter 1 . 9/14/2006
Sam? Why, he's Daffy Duck, of course. Can't you see him in the front seat of the Impala, glaring at a supremely unperturbed Dean and going, "You're deshpickable"?
For some reason it tickles my funny bone to think of Papa Winchester as Elmer Fudd... but that could just be me.
Another great story! Now I have a craving to go watch more Bugs Bunny cartoons...
| historylover chapter 1 . 9/14/2006
This was so funny! Great job! Loved it!
| jmm0001 chapter 1 . 9/14/2006
Sam is Marvin the Martian. Gotta be.
Cracked demented genius, you.
| geminigrl11 chapter 1 . 9/14/2006
Oh, hon - you know he'd have to be "Yosemite" Sam, just for the way Dean continually torments him . . . Barber of Seville next, maybe?
Latin spell "Feliz Navidad." Gary Glitter/Count Batula hitting on Dean. Aggsie and Emily from "How Clean is Your House?" (I know the names aren't the same, but they were all I could picture). A pencil to kill a vampire with. Pornographic mythology tests. Sam thinking Dean is "special!" HE! rather than just leaving him the hard work while he enjoys the perks. And Walla Walla, Washington, because it would be a sad, sad day in older sibling land if we didn't truly know how to wind our youngers up - and exploited it at every opportunity.
Love you SO much. HA!
| elanurel chapter 1 . 9/14/2006
"Sanger looked like a British glam rocker gone vaguely to seed, money all spent, but with a lingering taste for baroque chandeliers and trompe d’oeil ceiling frescos."
Honestly, that image alone was worth reading the whole thing. I just have this vision of Bill Nighy as Sanger thanks to "Love Actually." The descriptions of Aggie and Emily were likewise spot on. Especially the bits with the cardigan sweater. (I can tell you offline why that's so funny...)
I bow to your genius, because this was damn funny. I do have to ask, though: If I call in sick every day, will I get a funny Winchester story to get me through the day?
As to Sam: Does it have to be a Looney Tunes character?