Comments & Ratings
||Jun 30, 2013|
||Apr 17, 2013||Lol, you perfectly captured the stereotypical ignorance of a blond HS/college girl in this story. It's so hilarious! Keep it up|
||Mar 30, 2012||Oh! Oh heavens! I must say this story does ruffle my fur just the slightest bit. Yet I also believe that this sense of offense can best be attributed to Vesnicie's keen critical eye and sense of satire. This is droll and apt, yea, t'is of the finest authorial quality. Ten points!|
||Aug 1, 2011|
||May 31, 2010||Love it|
||May 14, 2010||It's hilarious because you are using fantastic writing to describe utterly ridiculous opinions generated by the average female. (I am one, by the way, but I still enjoy this little writing.) I love the multiple choices, but there are some unfinished ones, right at cliffhangers as well(well, what a girl calls 'cliffhangers').|
||Dec 5, 2007||It's good. The writing is fantastic and I had my share of laughs. Short though...|
||Nov 25, 2007||
A very interesting look into the female psyche.|
It is the first story that I have given a sirious rating to and have not used a stupid random alter-ego.
||Oct 7, 2007||
Vesnicie will hate me for this, but as Apoth (or somebody, I forget) pointed out, I can be a penis sometimes.|
I know the misspelling in the title was intentional, but I don't care. I really do hate that sort of thing.
That, coupled with the random spelling errors (got to love those collaborative efforts) and the thinly veiled male-bashing just knocked the story down a bit.
Not being a feminist, I don't think I could've allowed this to top the charts.
||Sep 6, 2007||
I LOVED IT!
And on that note, where my ladies at? Locked in my basement, that's where!
Know idea why I brought that little morsel of useless information up. ANYWAY...
I enjoyed this story. The site definitely needs more like it. One mild critique, however:
I dunno, dude. It's just like, you know. I dunno, you know? Dude? It just felt like this story had a little more POTENTIAL than what was ultimately put forth. Kinda like Vanilla Ice (the man was a lyrical genius, not to mention a hardcore hoodlum with verifiable street cred - if only he had just stuck to his guns).
Somehow I feel you cut this one short in it's prime - kinda like how the papparazzi did to Princess D in that French Tunnel (the worst kind of tunnel there is).
So am I calling you a murderer?
Am I also insinuating that you were somehow involved in the Diana murder?
I really don't know. Stop asking me strange questions.
No autographs either. Can't you people just let me be!? WHY AM I CURSED WITH SUCH POPULARITY!?!?!
I'm getting a new agent.
||Jul 18, 2007||You are the queen of quality writing on this site. Kudos, kudos.|
||Jul 14, 2007||Amazing, absolutely amazing. Thank you for telling me how girls work, I will keep that in mind so I am not decapitated in the future for saying the wrong thing.|
||Jun 8, 2007||
If I didn't rate this a ten I think it would make me a chauvinist pig. |
Seriously though excellent job, very well written... though I felt like I was reading about the lifestyle of an entirely alien species.... wait I was.
||Jun 8, 2007||
Magnificent. The collaboration efforts were flawlessly stylised to mimic one another, making a smoothly flowing story that is extremely engaging despite the lack of a cohesive plot. While the "day in the life of..." genre has been covered many times before, I have never seen it covered so well.|
Unlike Usoki, I found the clues to the mental capacity of the main character in the title alone, followed shortly after by the whole "I'm a little teapot" thing. The clues are there, the readers just aren't always paying attention.
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