- snicker Now that's one way to "slip in" and cause mayhem. I wonder what Tom will have to say to his remaining followers, or is he one of the ones killed? As to the title, if memory serves me correctly, it's German for "Danger" or possibly "Beware".
Author's responseSorry, Cat. Wrong...
And, no, Tom's not one of the ones there.
Thanks for reviewing, doll!
- Just to say that it really is spelled "Gevaar" (at least if you're trying to use Dutch).
I did like the story, even if the use of "fuck"-based words was a bit much.
Author's responseYeah, I usually try to cut down on swears in my stories, but I was tring to get Harry's mindset across.
Gevaar, huh? When I looked it up, it was Gevær. I only put it up as Gevaer because Ficwad wouldn't show the correctly spelled title - just blanked it out. Are you certain we're talking about the same word?
- Gevaer would be the spelling used for people with the highly limited 25 character alphabets attempting to write "Gevär" Swedish for Rifle.
My profile contains all my contact info, even if this is a bit late.
Author's responseLimited alphabet? I fully admit that I use online dictionaries - I was simply looking up words for "gun." If it means rifle, then I should probably change the title. In any case, you're correct. Who would you like your one-shot to be about?
- I did send you a pm about my one-shot, but who knows if they even get logged?
Lavender Brown, the quintessential cardboard broad. Let's see what you do with her..
Yes, the Swedish alphabet is 28 letters long. That's because we're better.:)
Author's responseAnd it's up! Your Lavender fic, that is. Tell me what you think when you have a chance. It's titled Katong.
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