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Author has written 10 stories for Harry Potter, Twilight, Phineas and Ferb, Ella Enchanted, and Shakespeare.
Hello, I am NevilleCanKickMattLewis'Butt. I am this person on fanfiction. But chances are, you already know that.
Name: Susan Q. Jenkins
Address: 345 5th street Kansas City, Oklahoma
Phone Number: 567-83... haha! you actually thought I was giving you my name and contact information! Man, you guys are a bunch of suckerrss! But really, all of that stuff is false. All except the gender. I really am a girl. ...or am I?
Hobbies: Writing fanfiction, and... and... and... um... let's move on.
Obsessions: Harry Potter, Phineas and Ferb, Neal Shusterman, The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy, Dr. Horrible's Sing-along Blog, and NOT My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic! Honest! HONEST! I just appreciate it's ability to both entertain and teach valuable messages to young girls! That's all!!!! Oh, and the comic strip "For Better or For Worse." Seriously, it's the greatest. They started rerunning the whole series recently. Go read it NOW. If your clocal paper doesn't have "For Better or For Worse," your newspaper sucks. Seriously. Subscribe to a better one. (EDIT: Forget all that stuff. I see now that Doctor Who is the best and only good thing for eternity.)
GIVE ME AMBIGUITY OR GIVE ME SOMETHING ELSE.
Everyone grossly misuses the word "ironic" all the time. As a public service, I will explain what the word "irony" means. If a situation isn't like any of the situations below, it's not ironic:
Verbal Irony: If you hate Barney, you would squeel "Ooh! It's Barney!" ironically. If you hate football, you might throw an ironic Superbowl party. Sarcasm is a type of verbal irony.
Dramatic Irony: The easiest to grasp of the ironies. If the audience knows something that the characters don't know, that's dramatic irony. Like when Puck (and I know his name isn't actually Puck, but I'm afraid if I say "Robin Goodfellow" you won't know who I mean) puts the love flower stuff on the wrong couple in "A Midsummer Night's Dream".
Situational Irony: The form of irony that is most commonly misused. Refers to a situation that goes against what you would think would happen and often involves contradictory elements. A car crashing into a billboard about safe driving. The inventor of a weapon getting killed with that weapon. A traffic safety lecturer running over a child with his car.
A COINCIDENCE. IS NOT. IRONY.
I came to this site as a Harry Potter fan, with a Harry Potter username, to post a Harry Potter story. I have written 2 stories for Twilight, 4 for Phineas and Ferb, and 1 for Harry Potter.
"But NevilleCanKickMattLewis'Butt!" you protest, "What about Phineas and Ferb's Fabricated Film! Are you never going to update it? Will it stay a oneshot forever?" Well, yes and no, and yes, kind of. I have an idea for a whole new fanfiction that will blow your minds. Or at least, I'm hoping it'll be kind of good. It's based on Phineas and Ferb's Fabricated Film, but will be much, much better. But first I'm going to get all the other fics I'm working on out of the way so that I can truly devote my attention to this new idea. It's tentative title is Angst and Animation. It's tentative summary is: "Danville's graduating class of 2018 is already expecting their first year of middle school to be an adventure. But two stepbrothers have a surprise of their metaphorical sleeve that will definitely change their sixth grade year for the crazier." When I'm ready to start it, I'll create a new chapter on P&F'sFF that will consist entirlely of the link to the new fanfiction. So if you want to be updated when Angst and Animation (title subject to change) comes out, subscribe to Phineas and Ferb's Fabricated Film.
Me: I am in love with Neville Longbottom!!!
You: Me too! Isn't Matthew Lewis the HOTTEST??
Me: *slaps you with wet trout*
"The problem with quotes you find on the internet is, they are often inaccurate." - Abraham Lincoln
Maybe I'm flattering myself, but I like to be put on a high level as an artist. I'm no mere fanfiction writer. Sure, fanfiction is all I write, but that little detail is INSIGNIFICANT. So when you're reviewing my stories, don't think "Is this good for a fanfiction?", think "Is this good compared to THE SKILLS OF CHARLES DICKENS AND EDGAR ALLEN POE COMBINED??" Criticise accordingly. Please be harsh. It helps me grow as a writer. :) Oh, and if you've recieved an unflattering review from me, that's why. Golden rule and whatnot. "Treat others how you want to be treated." Oh, and here's another one: "An eye for an eye and a tooth for a tooth!" That means you should flame me back.
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