|Reviews for The Ramblings of a Warped Mind|
| Marjorie Nescio chapter 94 . 10/3
That was a nice collection of stories.
| Marjorie Nescio chapter 31 . 9/12
I've been reading a lot of chapters this afternoon. It's fun.
| Marjorie Nescio chapter 15 . 9/6
That was a wonderful prank.
| Guest chapter 86 . 3/26
I love this chapter!
| Guest chapter 11 . 11/30/2019
There was an incident back in the 90's at place called Kipps Taco house. The Sonofvabitch Kipp killed his girlfriend and ground her up into taco meat, and served her to the patrons.
The point of the briefis that last bit reminded me of the incident.
| orangemavis chapter 86 . 9/30/2019
love heart of gold Howard
| orangemavis chapter 40 . 9/30/2019
LOVE this one
| lmill123 chapter 83 . 8/8/2019
I loved this. The only thing that would have been better was if it had been Leonard killed instead of Raj. After all, it was Leonard's expansion pack.
| lmill123 chapter 94 . 2/4/2018
I loved these one shots. And if your mind ever goes down this road again I will enjoy reading them
| lmill123 chapter 89 . 2/4/2018
Now this I can picture. Certain movies that her and Howard enjoy. Just like there as certain shows and movies her and Raj enjoy. It always seemed Penny had more interests in common with Sheldon, Howard and Raj than she ever had with Leonard. But then Leonard always equated sex with love
| lmill123 chapter 86 . 2/4/2018
Typical Leonard barely break up with Priya and is already thinking of how to get back with Penny. I found it funny how both Sheldon and Raj wound Leonard up. The do seem to enjoy doing so and it seems they both agree Penny is too good for Leonard
| lmill123 chapter 75 . 2/4/2018
Isn't it a sham that Penny didn't have such a friend she could turn to?
| lmill123 chapter 64 . 2/4/2018
This was so beautiful and sad. And you really have to love Howard in this one. He really has a heart of gold.
| Adhesive ducks stop injuries chapter 50 . 1/26/2018
My first thought to what the show was, sounded like Lazytown but meh
| Jaycie Victory chapter 94 . 9/29/2017
Oh, this one was so sad!
Love how you didn't explicitly state anything, and showed rather than told. Lovely, subtle crafting.