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Reviewer: Azamiko (Signed)
23 Apr 2012 8:03 pm
*grin* Almost forgotten about this silly thing.
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Reviewer: katie_kibble (Signed)
09 May 2007 5:16 pm
Hehe, I really liked this =p
(not much more I can say, but I did really like it =))
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Reviewer: jacqui (Anonymous)
12 Aug 2006 6:32 am
I love stories like this where John gets Rodney in the end!! More first time stories with humor is what readers want.
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Reviewer: Lorraine (Anonymous)
06 Aug 2006 6:01 pm
This was great! I enjoyed the dialog between John and Rodney as well as the other charactes very much. Lots of great fun. :-) Thanks so much!
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Reviewer: lavvyan (Signed)
15 Feb 2006 1:24 am
heh. i already read this on lj, and i want to say that i really, really like it. very much. :)
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Reviewer: Krysalys (Signed)
14 Feb 2006 8:39 pm
Oh, the banter between those two. *falls out of chair laughing hysterially* This was exquisite, and hilarious, and highly fun to read. And perfect. Thanks you doesn't even begin to cover how I feel. ----}-@ Krys
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Reviewer: Laura_trekkie (Signed)
14 Feb 2006 8:37 pm
This was funny. First there was the competition and Rodney crowing to John only to find out he'd been there first (or so it seemed at the time. I have to wonder how John knew about Angela Nemours' tattoo if he'd not actually slept with any of the people he said?) I was also amused to learn that John had sabotaged Rodney's chances with everyone. Then it was very funny watching Rodney so far in denial, though it was a little sad too, because John was so obviously wanting Rodney to want him. Rodney and Radek's bantering and arguing was very nicely done, just the right level of friendliness and murderous intentions :). The sae can be said of John and Rodney's snarking and bickering too. I was pleased that Rodney finally gave in and accepted that he and John were together in an actual relationship and that there were *feelings* involved *g*. Great story. Laura.
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