|Reviews for Muggle Fairy Tales Are Mad!|
| Mists chapter 19 . 5/29
I so love how you write Ron and Hermione's banter. They both make lots of great points and play off each other well. This is such a great story. Excellent job as always!
| anon chapter 19 . 5/28
I love these tales. Absolutely love them. If you're looking for suggestions or ideas, may I recommend 'Snow White and Rose Red'? A little rarer than some, but wikipedia has a link to an annotated version. I can easily see Ron making a big deal out of another Snow White, and why is it that the only times characters do have names, they're strange ones. On the plus side, it has a living non-evil mother, and sisters that get along.
| nahte123456 chapter 13 . 5/28
I really want to hear the little old lady that ate the fly now. Not sure if it counts, but it would be such fun.
| nahte123456 chapter 12 . 5/28
I've never had that dream, I've had few public-nudity ones, but everyone else was to, and normally ended XXX-rated, never just a I'm naked one.
| nahte123456 chapter 11 . 5/28
I love this whole story, but there constant hunger is annoying, than again I found it stupid in the original, so not really your fault. But I mean they can teleport, move things by sight, and smash through stone, how are they not good thieves? A simple "Accio wallet" from an alley and they could steal hundreds in a day, really, are they just stupid?
| nahte123456 chapter 5 . 5/28
"I'll BANK on that" really? That pun just that irresistible huh?
| SootyRiddle chapter 1 . 5/27
I have a story that they could tell, Sour Grapes
there was once a bunch of particulary fine grapes hanging temtingly from a vine that had wound its way up a tree. and as is usual with such unguarded temptations there was also soon a fox. the tantalising fruits hung a little higher than the fox could reach but he would not be thwarted. he leapt as high as he could, twisting in the morning light, his jaws clamping shut on air and flies and dust until his teeth hurt. he tried to climb the tree but the trunk was too straight, the bark too smooth, the first branch too high. Eveything about the tree was unhelpful. it regused to so much twitch a twig when he tried to shake it. the fox found a long cane and tried to prod the grapes from their vine, but the cane snapped. he threw and kicked sticks and stones at the vine, but the grapes were determined to stay put. their sweet smell drifted amoung the branches, wasps and butterflies drifted by with casual ease, while below the fox layed panting and exhausted. not even a few minutes' patience solved the foxes problem. by the evening the dark fruits hung as resolutely from the vine as they had that morning. the shadow lengthend by the time the fox finally turned its back on the grapes, grumbling and muttering to himself that they were undoubtedly the nastiest, most horrid, disgusting, revolting, inedible, indigestible and very probably the sourest grapes he ever had the plesure of not eating.
It is easy to despise what you cannot obtain.
| meldahlie chapter 19 . 5/27
Have you considered Pinochio? Or some of the chinese fairy tales, like the badger tea kettle or the giant centipede, or even the four dragons and rivers?
| sabrina-luna-potter chapter 19 . 5/27
Poor Golden Trio.
| Fox Boss chapter 19 . 5/22
How about using a tale from Arabian Knights?
| MuggleCreator chapter 19 . 5/22
Glad you included both potential morals... The latter of which I only realised recently.
There are a lot of fairy tales you've told before November...
| RandomCitizen chapter 19 . 5/22
Gotta keep trudging on.
To be honest, I'm not sure I'd prefer pictures to move...at least not all of them.
| Finwitch1 chapter 19 . 5/22
Nice... Mm... I suppose you haven't done Boy Who Cried Wolf yet have you?
| yellow 14 chapter 19 . 5/22
Maths, not math, they're not Americans. Most amusing though, keep updating
| Guest chapter 7 . 5/13
Sirius gave Harry a knife that can unlock any door...