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Presenting lighting, theatre and weather: formerly from the hills of Yorkshire, with bits and pieces of the Yorkshire Sculpture Park and trips to Edinburgh; when the music stops, where will neel end up?
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This is nothing to do with Harry Fracking Potter. Another slab of old stuff, from beside the library.
27th Feb 2005, 16:30  

Helen says:

Haha! Gryffyndor!

27th Feb 2005, 16:38

neel says:

No! No Gryffyndor bobbins!

27th Feb 2005, 16:46

Helen says:

You go to Hogwarts don't you! Hah! This muggle has found you out.

27th Feb 2005, 16:54

neel says:

I really, really, really don't.

It's not so much the literature, if it can be called that, as the fadish nature of the kiddies' cult that surrounds it.

27th Feb 2005, 17:08

Helen says:

So you're not interested in reading my HP slash fiction, huh? (Oh my, I'm making myself feel quite sick.)

You can give me Mildred Hubble over Harry Potter any day.

The stories are ok. The writing doesn't fire my imagination with wonderful poetry. The films are ok. That's it.

Plus it's keeping a large number of strangely perverse people fully occupied infront of their word processing software when they could be out walking the streets.

Nice picture. I like his green hair and wings.

27th Feb 2005, 18:03

neel says:

It does look strangely like a quiff. Almost MLP-esque.

The slash would be between who and who, exactly? Why did I type that?

27th Feb 2005, 20:04

Helen says:

I don't know! I wouldn't waste my limited writing talents on stuff like that. And as for reading it I have never got beyond a limited description of the stuff without running for my life. Curiosity on the 'net can get you into all sorts of trouble. I mean how could you do that to kids' fiction. To characters that haven't even reached 16 yet? Why Harry Potter? Surely there are more interesting (and adult) fictional characters out there to put into slash fan fiction. But then again, as I already said, each to their own and whatever keeps 'em happy.

I do hope never to bump into Bilbo Baggins in such a scenario (I expect if I tried I'd have no trouble finding that sort of thing).

Hmmm I did have flutter ponies. They did look a bit like that, with little bony heads.

27th Feb 2005, 20:18