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2/13/2018 c1 110Right What Is Wrong
I rightly think yew may haff a point there, young feller.

(Dialect is excellent, concept is hilarious, list is accurate. Great work.)
5/16/2017 c1 theInsaneArtist
Well, I'm going to be mighty lonely...
8/14/2012 c1 8AndroidSister
I love this.
2/27/2011 c1 4Kar-Vermin
Graet Stuff. Very funny!
8/12/2010 c1 46Master of the Boot
Actually I find this really funny. To be hones, I read a collection of worke of HP Lovecraft and half the time I just wanted to laugh. Some of those stories are so ridiculously bad.

You've just hit the nail on the head with all of these. My favorite is to use a gun on somebody posessed.

And I love how you've written it all in that goofy accent that he makes all hillbilly characters use.


Master of the Boot
2/28/2010 c1 8Mephiles666

Got a real rough neck.
2/6/2010 c1 1Kittywitch
This has almost restored my faith in Fanfiction dot net. I don't normally care for Fanfiction, but this is hilarious. I laughed so hard I believe I may have injured myself.

The accent it's written in was disorienting at first, but in the end just made it that much funnier.
7/21/2009 c1 72Anonymized Artichoke
Wonderful! You broke character a little with 19 and 20, but this is marvellously entertaining.
7/15/2009 c1 130HVK
Heh. This made me giggle. Seriously!

I liked the dialect. It made me laugh! At first, I thought you were just (sad to say) pulling some sterotypical fangirl thing with the spelling, then I realized that it was just the dialect of Maine. Or New England.

I thought these were hysterical. These rules would also apply to dealing with the Things of the Dungeon Dimensions from the Discworld mythos. Then again, since I'm not much of Cthulhu expert, I'd need some of these explained to me.

Also, am I the only one who thinks that some of this stuff might also apply to some of the weirder things of Stephen King's works, like Tak for instance?
7/8/2009 c1 20Another Dead Red Lantern
Like how you played around with Lovecraft's stuff. Great job.
2/6/2009 c1 17Aldabaren
LOL. Excellent advice. I applaud. IA! SHUB-NIGGURATH!
10/22/2008 c1 1A Social Democrat
This is by far one of the better of the few HP lovecraft, cthulhu mythos fanfictions out there.
4/22/2008 c1 103Razell
I like the way yew mangle Lovecraft's ol' New English dialects.


2: You found me out! I'll never get published now!

13: Guess I need to get rid of that pretty Trapezohedron . . . Too bad, It's all Shining and Eldritch.

20: You mean Shub-Niggurath, IA! IA! The Black Goat of the Woods With A Thousand Young! ISN'T our friend?
11/26/2007 c1 AD222
As always, I adored this story. You are quite simply one of the finest Lovecraftian authors in the business here on - or pretty much everywhere on the Internet. Keep writing more such pieces: even longer ones! I particularly liked the inclusion of 'the lost continent of Mu'; have you perchance been reading any Clark Ashton Smith lately?
11/19/2007 c1 7LaLaFaery
That's funny... but what's with the writing? It reminds me of someone speaking Scottish or something... did you plan for that? Because it's actually kind of cool...
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