Author has written 1 story for Harry Potter.
I'm a British 21 yr old female who has spent far too much time on this site! I'm a graduate, and am currently taking a gap year before moving on to greater pastures.
I mainly read Stargate SG-1, Doctor Who, King Arthur, House MD and Harry Potter fanfics, although have been known to read others. I have a great many ships that I adore, often many that contradict each other. I have far too much music, films and TV shows that I enjoy to list here; it would probably take a day or so to write them all down! I have got rather hooked on the crossover fictions that are on the site.
Death YOU HAVEN'T HEARD OF THE BAY OF MANTE, HAVE YOU?
In fact, no gods anywhere play chess. They prefer simple, vicious games, where you Do Not Achieve Transcendence but Go Straight to Oblivion; a key to the understanding of all religion is that a god's idea of amusement is Snakes and Ladders with greased rungs. Terry Pratchett, Wyrd Sisters
Greebo's technique was unscientific and wouldn't have stood a chance against any decent swordmanship, but on his side was the fact that it is almost impossible to develop decent swordmanship when you seem to have run into a food mixer that is biting your ear off. Terry Pratchett, Witches Abroad
Rincewind: "I know about people who talk about suffering for the common good. It's never bloody them! When you hear a man shouting "Forward, brave comrades!" you'll see he's the one behind the bloody big rock and the one wearing the only really arrow-proof helmet!" Terry Pratchett, Interesting Times
Reference to Schrodinger's Cat (& Greebo): In fact, the mere act of opening the box will determine the state of the cat, although in this case there were three determinate states the cat could be in: these being Alive, Dead, and Bloody Furious. Terry Pratchett, Lords and Ladies
“Never trust a man, who when left alone in a room with a tea cosy, doesn’t try it on.”- Billy Connelly
Dara Ó Briain: I worked in a pub in Ireland, so I learnt a few things about Guinness. You should allow the head to the reach five-twelfths of an inch, and if anybody draws a shamrock in it, you can stab them in the eye with a fork.
Richard Hammond: OLIVER!!
(repeated line, usually spoken before an experiment that goes spectacularly wrong)
James May: What's the Norwegian for "Oh, cock"?
Phill Jupitus (during a round about the sinking of the Titanic) Is it true that someone dressed as a lady to escape detection?
PC Andy: CSI: Cardiff. I'd like to see that! They'd be measuring the velocity of a kebab!
Tenth Doctor: (excited, in awe about the Fifth Doctor) Look at you! The hat, the coat, the crickety-cricket stuff, the... (unenthusiastically) stick of celery, yeah... brave choice, celery, but fair play to you, not a lot of men can carry off a decorative vegetable.
Jack enters the Hub. I Lost My Heart to a Starship Trooper is playing in the background.
Cameron Mitchell: What the hell did you just say?
Tom Chambers: You've got to wiggle with conviction! (Strictly 2008)
“It just isn’t fair,” Harry muttered. Then he looked up again, his brow creased. “If you were a spy an’ people thought you were a Death Eater, then how come when Voldevent –“ Snape had given up trying to correct the brat “- disappeared, you didn’t get sent to Izkibibble like my godfather did?” A line from the fanfic 'Harry's New Home' by kbinnz. I just found Harry's murder of language hysterically funny.