Reviews For Engorgio!
Reviewer: Zendora A Fairfield
Date: 07/19/11 16:49
Chapter: Late Night Mishaps

Absolutely perfect! An excellent example of a shorter fic, but didn't lack any important details. And way to go on creativity! I love this storyline :)

Author's Response: Thanks!

Reviewer: Hermiones_Revenge
Date: 07/13/11 18:21
Chapter: Late Night Mishaps

Very funny, very well written considering the...erm...DELICATE subject matter :) I think the reason it's so funny is because the concept is SO teenage-boy realistic!

Author's Response: Thank you!

Reviewer: Mariabug
Date: 07/12/11 3:46
Chapter: Late Night Mishaps

Very, very funny. I loved it. You handled the topic very well.

Author's Response: Thank you!

Reviewer: MagicMandy
Date: 07/11/11 13:19
Chapter: Late Night Mishaps

This was hilarious! I laughed so much, I think that the neighbors heard me. Poor Roger. I'm kind of glad that you didn't say exactly what he did, because that just made it funnier.

Author's Response: Thank you and send my apologies to your neighbors.

Reviewer: PoP97
Date: 07/10/11 23:13
Chapter: Late Night Mishaps

:D Not bad! XD

Author's Response: Thank you.

Reviewer: The Author Formerly Known As
Date: 07/10/11 8:25
Chapter: Late Night Mishaps

I saw this under the "recent" banner, and the summary came up as
"Roger Davies is the second-handsomest boy at Hogwarts. But he has the best..."
I just had to read :)
I imagine quite a few boys in the history of Hogwarts have made this same mistake, Madam Pomfrey might not have been as shocked as Roger thought! I liked your repetition of the fact that roger was the "second handomest" boy at school, and the rules about engorgement charms you made up. I rather expected there to be a last minute reveal that he had actually engorged something else, but no, he really was that foolish.

Author's Response: Thank you! That recent banner is a good invention. Even if Madame P. wouldn't be shocked, he still wouldn't want to go to her. And of course he was that foolish. Those last minute reveals get old after a while.

Reviewer: Fynnsmom
Date: 07/09/11 17:44
Chapter: Late Night Mishaps

That was great. I'm surprised no one thought of writing it sooner:D And you managed to keep it clean:D It's too bad Roger was so taken by Veela charm that he doesn't remember most of it. Very funny story.

Author's Response: Thank you!

Reviewer: victoria lupin
Date: 07/09/11 12:35
Chapter: Late Night Mishaps

lol too funny

Author's Response: Thank you!

Reviewer: majestic_ginny
Date: 07/09/11 11:42
Chapter: Late Night Mishaps

Hehe, LOL. This was hilarious.It was totally the kind of thing you'd expect teenage boys to be doing when surrounded by a Veela. Though there are only minor characters here, the story was really fun to read and wasn't boring. Good job on this one. :)

Author's Response: Thank you. I'm glad you enjoyed it.

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