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Post  Lady Arabella on Wed Jun 06, 2012 9:02 pm

The following is an archive of material originally posted on the Harry Potter Lexicon Forum, hosted by World Crossing, which ceased operations on April 15, 2011

Archvist's note:  Get ready for an adventure ~ the whacky residents of St. Mungo's enjoy Bedpan Quidditch, Lime Jello, Evil Purple Sloths, Calimari Nights, Snape Beverages, Pyrotechnic displays, Jello Submarines, Giant Rubber Duckies, Mardi Gras parades complete with tossing Canary Creams to the Muggle crowd, and much, much more!

  St. Mungo's Mystery Munchers  
  Introducing the Jello Family  
  Weddings, Pool Parties, & Birthdays  
  "Recovering from HBP" Ward   
  Chocolate in the Wall  
  No Credit - But We'll Take Cash  
  In the Junk Room  
  Dueling Lightsabers & Pool Party  
  Jaws and Sponge Wars  
  Changing Wards  
  St. Mungos' Songfest: Jingle Bells, Voldie Smells  
  A Demon of Butterflies  
  Bedpan Races  
  Turkish Delight  
  A Rabbit Named Rinky  
  Butterbeer For Everyone  
  St. Mungo's Olympics  
  Awards for the Wards  
  Curling & Bedpan Luge  
  Slipping & Spinning  
  Egg Hunt  
  A Visit From Gina  
  Extinguishing the Olympic Torch  
  Jello Shots With Canon  

  The Great Jello War  
  After the Battle, A Jacuzzi  
  Lazing Away the Summer  
  The Usual Craziness - And A Dragon  
  My French Fry Looks Like Cornelius fudge  
  Let the Chips Fall Where They May  
  Living In Lunacy  
  Does Hagrid's Beard Have A Name?  
  Deck the Halls Reprise  
  Winter Wonderland  
  Book Early For A Room With A Golden Bedpan  
  The Many Uses of Toffee  
  Counting Down the Days  
  Hot Chocolate & Therapists  
  Back from SECTUS  
  It Will Be Just Like Going to the Dentist  
  Trivial Pursuits  
  Wildly Guessing  
  I Have Questioned Her Royal Rowlingness  
  Mmmmm . . . . Profiteroles  
  Simply Put the Extra Calories In Your Robe Pocket  
  Doodling on the Walls  
  Tossing A Knut in the Air  
  And the Winner Is . . .   
  Food fiiiiiiiiight!!  
  Sic Transit Gloria . . . .   

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Post  Lady Arabella on Wed Jun 06, 2012 9:04 pm

St. Mungo's Lexicon Hospital for the Incurably Insane
Emily - May 10, 2005 11:29 pm
Edited by Oct 10, 2006 5:48 am

Ooh, last post on the last thread, and first one here!

I declare Quidditch season officially open! Dust off those bed pans, y'all!

And how goes the planning for the *surprise* birthday party?


Istari Jones - May 10, 2005 11:33 pm (#1 of 2575)
Edited by May 10, 2005 4:56 pm

Humph. Missed it by this much Oh well, Congrats, Emily! Now, Let's Party! *Pulls out magic wand and waves the potato peelings off of it. Mumbles some very secret words. An angelic choir appears alongside the entire Boston Pops Orchestra and a Bavarian Oom-pah-pah band*

Ready? A-one and a-two...

Happy Birthday to you, Happy Birthday to you,

Happy Birthday dear Kip, Happy Birthday to you!

Sorry there's no parade this year with a float full of Veelas for you, Kip, but here's some things that might make you happy...*Reaches into her big red bag* Here's a bag of potato chips..*digs a little deeper* a cool pair of bowling shoes... (Sticks head into the bag* ...a pencil with a broken point... *digs farther into bag* ...three sticks of chewing gum... *Nearly falls into bag* ...oh, yes. Here we are! *pulls out a rather large piece of parchment* the deed to a very old, very large castle with your own moat!


PyroGrl - May 10, 2005 11:38 pm (#2 of 2575)

Yes, let's party! And my toe is healed, thanks very much. I say we officially start Quidditch practice ASAP, for our first match is either on Saturday or Sunday - it depends on which team wins between the Congo and Brazil on Friday.

* *Unpacks things and gets busy on painting room pink** Righto! Well, I still have poor wee Draco as a captive - er, guest - in case of a bout of anger from Lucius.


Emily - May 10, 2005 11:48 pm (#3 of 2575)

Thank you Istari! I usually miss everything, but, anyway... Got lucky this time, I guess!.

Pyro- Capturing Draco was a good idea. But while we have him, can we turn him into a ferret and bounce him around? Plleeeeeeeaaaaaaaaasssssseee? It would be so much fun!

Also, we still need to hold tryouts. I gave up my spot so it would be more fair, so there is a beater position open. I think someone else did the same too. I'm guessing Pyro wants to keep her post as seeker, and I can't recall the rest of the team. Liz had it posted on the last thread. Anyway, who's in charge of all this mess.

And when can I claim my room? Do we need to wait for everyone to be accounted for so the Healers don't send out search parties in their panic or something?


Istari Jones - May 10, 2005 11:58 pm (#4 of 2575)

Can't we practice after Kip's party? *Digs toe into the ground* Please?


Ticker - May 11, 2005 12:29 am (#5 of 2575)

*Waddles into the new & spacious St. Mungo's under a heavy load of chocolate, Weasley Wizard Wheezes & a fiesty crocodile for Kip's moat....* Whew! That should do it, right Viola?

Viola?!? Are you still under that pile of , erm, gifts?

I wonder if my lock-switching charm is working over here... *looks around & sees more than the average confused looking healers & visitors...*

looks like it is.

WooooHooooooooo!!!!!! Happy Birthday Kip!!!!


Kip Carter - May 11, 2005 12:32 am (#6 of 2575)
Edited by May 10, 2005 5:35 pm

I would like to thank each of you for the party and the Happy Birthday. I also would like to thank you for not having the parade this year because the parade last year was so great that I would not want to have to compare the two.

Istari, as always, your gifts are extremely thoughtful and much appreciated, especially the castle with moat. You are each invited to throw your party at the castle.

I have to work tonight because a client will be leaving out at 5:00am my time in the morning and I need to finish his stuff so I can leave it between the storm door and his front door sometime during the early morning hours. I will be at the party in spirit, but not in person. Please don't enjoy too much butterbeer.

I just checked and Malfoy's credit card is still good, so party hardy!

Pyro, take good care of Draco!

I have to stop now and find a way of sharpening the pencil with the broken point. Anyone got a good spell for it?

Oh! And thanks so much for the bowling shoes, but I have both a left and a right foot, not two left feet. Where did you find the iridescent orange left shoe with purple shoe strings plus the iridescent pink left shoe with flashing yellow and wine polka dots shoe strings. I just love the way they light up when you try walking in them. Reminds me of some shoes that my granddaughter Bethy has.

Enough said. Got to go back to work. Thanks for everything!


Pinky - May 11, 2005 1:20 am (#7 of 2575)

Wow! What a neat place! I'm searching for my new bedroom right away. All I want is a nice quiet little corner, with a window seat (and a window), a stone archway leading into it, perhaps a little goldfish pond in one corner, an ever-stocking candy stand, definitely a refrigerator for cold drinks, a butterbeer tap next to a rack of glasses, a big, poofy bed for bouncing in, perhaps an extra-strong chandelier to swing on, and a secret door to the tunnels that will connect me to anywhere I want to go. Ticker, we can send that feisty croc down the tunnels if you want to. I'm sure he'll eventually end up in Kip's moat.


PyroGrl - May 11, 2005 1:28 am (#8 of 2575)

Ok I don't even know WHAT room I'm painting pink, but I just realized that it is NOT a bedroom. ^^; Um...


Marè - May 11, 2005 1:51 am (#9 of 2575)
Edited by May 10, 2005 6:51 pm

Woa woa woa.
Move! Istari back, (Jeeej!!!!!) Kip posted, (jeeej!!!!) Liz flooding the movie threads with her new premium account, (jeeej!!!!) and a new room with blue glittery walls and an oversized discoball(jeeej!!!)

Life couldn't be better! Now where are the elephants?


Elfcat - May 11, 2005 1:57 am (#10 of 2575)

I had my buddies in Tolkien land catch Smaug for me to guard Kip's new castle, but where to put him in the mean time?


prof sprout - May 11, 2005 2:21 am (#11 of 2575)

Happy Birthday Kip. My birthday is in two hours (EST) of course. But it is already my birthday with London time. Smile


PyroGrl - May 11, 2005 8:21 am (#12 of 2575)

Oh yes, happy birthday Kip. My nephew's birthday is the same day as yours; he just turned three. Such a . . .cute . . . *eye twitch*...age.

Boy, am I tired. Turns out that room I was painting was supposed to be the Awards room for Quidditch trophies and best hospital awards and such. *evil grin* Oh well...plus, I spent about five hours working on this (http://iris.tz4.com). It's a brand new Harry Potter fansite. Smile. It's called Iris. Let's just say that a little project out of boredom turned into...something more. So now I have Iris and Breaking the Habit. *sighs* Add that to bedpan Quidditch and the move...

I need jello.


Liz Mann - May 11, 2005 1:04 pm (#13 of 2575)
Edited by May 11, 2005 6:04 am

What? Jello? Are you crazy?! *realises what she just said* Sorry, stupid question.

Wow! This place is even better than the last St Mungo's! It doesn't have that strong spell of Mrs Scowers. I call dibs on East Tower! That means I get the early morning sun! Do my old roomies want to share?

Happy birthday Kip and Prof. Sprout!


wolfgrl - May 11, 2005 1:27 pm (#14 of 2575)

If at all possible, I would like to request a room with a few trees, a small pond, a den full of hay, and a large steel reinforced four poster bed with matching steal dresser (less likely to get damaged). Is that too much to ask for? Oh and can the ceiling be enchanted to look like the sky whenever there is NOT a full moon out, and just be really, really cloudy when there is a full moon?

Wow, my room is perfect, just what I asked for. Oh and look they added a wolfsbane fountain for me. I will never run out again.

Happy Birthday Kip and Prof. Sprout!!!


Fawkes Forever - May 11, 2005 1:48 pm (#15 of 2575)
Edited by May 11, 2005 6:49 am

*WOOOSH! Appears out of thin air holding an empty floor polish bottle, & proceeds to fall flat on face*

Hmmm, hello, where am I? How'd I get here? *gets up & dusts oneself off & looks around* Ahhh, I don't believe it... *jumps up & down very excited*, I'm finally... *tears welling up in eyes* ...I'm finally home *grins tearily*

You have no idea how happy I am, I've been stuck in a place called 'Reality' for a few months *shudder*. Then as soon as I got a chance, I made my way back to St Mungo’s & well, it was empty, nobody there. (Beds empty... no note ) The caretaker told me you'd all moved *sniff*, but he didn't know the forwarding address (stupid Filch).

So I wandered aimlessly about for a bit (is there any other way to wander?). Then lo & behold, I spied a trail of chocolate frog wrappers, leading into a cupboard. This had to be the way to the new place. Some kind person must have left some choc frog wrappers to guide the chocolate-loving lost souls of St Mungo’s to their new home. Alas, it was just a pile of litter and the cupboard was just a regular cupboard, and the 'self-locking' door shut behind me when I got in.

I've spent the last few hours wandering around in the dark, trying to find the light switch & or door handle, whichever came first! When I finally located said light switch, the bulb was fused, so I continued my quest for the door handle. It was a bit creepy in there....

Filch eventually came to put his mops & bucket away, & thats when he found me... and let me out! I mean there where spiders & everything there *shudder*. In my haste to get out of the cupboard I tripped & fell over Filch’s cleaning cart. Upending a bottle of floor polish.

Filch was furious, even as I stammered my apology. I offered to clean up the mess, however when I picked up the empty bottle of floor polish, it brought me straight here... WOOHOOO, I don't have to clean up the mess... HAH, serves 'ol Filchy right! I just love the St Mungo port keys...

So I'm here *happy dance* Sorry to miss the party... (Happy Belated Birthday Kip), but then again, that was probably a good thing, seeing as I made such a fool of myself at Kips birthday bash last year with my misguided attempts at the sonorus charm *cringes at the memory*

Happy Birthday Prof Sprout

Liz, *squeals & runs over to give Liz a spine-breaking hug* I missed you! Can I be your roomie again? Please please please... I've got some muggle sweeties Actually, *checks pockets*, whoops I appear to have eaten them already... opps!

So, whadidamiss? I mean... what did I miss?


Istari Jones - May 11, 2005 2:25 pm (#16 of 2575)
Edited by May 11, 2005 7:28 am

Yay! A party ... and a reunion! I'll bring potato salad! Happy birthday , Prof. Sprout! Here's a brilliant (non-cursed) opal necklace for you and a ping-pong paddle. Welcome back, Fawkes! Wow! Is it great to see everyone again, or what? So, should we make it official and everyone claim Kip's castle as the New St. Mungo's? I can feel a whiz-bang party coming on that needs a Great Hall in which to celebrate!

Oh, and Kip, I got those shoes and socks from a recently liberated house-elf that is starting his own retail business. He wanted to give me a free bonus gift for you...an odorant for your shoes. I had a choice of "Rotten Cod" or "Eau de Limberger", but I told him those sprays were more appropriate for Trolls, of which you are obviously not....

Oh, and that pencil can't be sharpened for long. I got that at the "Weasley's Wizarding Wheezes" joke shop. It's a pencil made specifically to drive accountants crazy... the tip breaks off halfway through totaling up a list of complicated figures. Does it on purpose.

Welcome home, everybody!


Ponine - May 11, 2005 2:40 pm (#17 of 2575)

*squeaking quietly every fifteen minutes behind an open door*


Fawkes Forever - May 11, 2005 3:00 pm (#18 of 2575)

Ponine... umm, you ok? *door creaks again...*

Istari *squeals & hugs Istari* Yes indeedy, I vote for a house warming party (surprise surprise)

By the way, has anyone seen my pom poms? I've missed them.


Gina R Snape - May 11, 2005 4:05 pm (#19 of 2575)

*sneaks in the rear house elf entrance with 2 cases of Snape Iced Tea and Dragonberry Punch:


Elfcat - May 11, 2005 4:16 pm (#20 of 2575)
Edited by May 11, 2005 9:16 am

I want to be in the west tower! Sunsets are sooooooooooo much better than surises.

Welcome back, Fawkes!


Liz Mann - May 11, 2005 5:14 pm (#21 of 2575)
Edited by May 11, 2005 10:14 am

Yes sunsets are more beautiful, but there's nothing like waking up in the morning to find the sun glinting off all the golden snitches flying across your room, casting patches of light on the walls!

FAWKES!!!!!!!!! You're back! I was wondering where you were near the end of the last thread! Of course we can be roomies again!

Now the list of members of the St Mungo's Maniacs that are missing are: Sabby, Dobby, Blast, Hem Hem and Hermionefan.

Strange, because they were all on here regularly before. I particularly remember a period where Hermionefan was on here almost all the time.


Elfcat - May 11, 2005 5:24 pm (#22 of 2575)

Ah well, stuff happens. Particularly to those of us whose internet is still controlled by parents. Keep your fingers crossed and they'll show up eventually.


PyroGrl - May 11, 2005 8:23 pm (#23 of 2575)
Edited by May 11, 2005 1:26 pm

* *Dancing around to my Harry Potter-themed shipper soundtrack songs** Happy Moving In party in my room!

Oh, I know where Sabby is. Course I do, I live by her...Anyhoo, she's been busy of late, but she may come back should she get time.


Liz Mann - May 11, 2005 8:28 pm (#24 of 2575)

Oh great!


Ponine - May 11, 2005 11:35 pm (#25 of 2575)

I want a room, too!!! I don't know which ones I can take - and I need lots of room for my bedpans and my bean collection. And a window. And someone close by who can sing for me and help me raise my magical teddy cubs.


PyroGrl - May 12, 2005 3:03 am (#26 of 2575)
Edited by May 11, 2005 8:04 pm

I sing, Ponine! Speaking of singing, have you seen Les Miserables? There's a character named Eponine in it (I used to sing On My Own until I figured out that I had a huge range and could hit higher notes) and I've been wondering if that's where your SN came from.

Well, I've been exploring the Awards room (which is now my bedroom - oh how I was scolded!) and found a dusty old teeny box that says PRIVATE on it. Should I open it?


Istari Jones - May 12, 2005 10:36 am (#27 of 2575)

That depends, pyro. Does it mean "private"...as in do NOT open, or "private" as in if you open it don't tell, or "private" as in OK to tell us, but not Rita Skeeter.

I feel it means the last option!


Ticker - May 12, 2005 6:20 pm (#28 of 2575)
Edited by May 12, 2005 11:31 am

Oh, to be sure, it's the last one. It's in your room isn't it?

Fawkes! SOOOOOoooooo good to see you again. Glad you found the portkey. Filch just hasn't been the same since Umbridge... he seems to have even developed an eye twitch. I'm sure it couldn't be related to anything we did while leaving.

Gina! Wow! Good to (almost) see you too. Very sneaky. Love the avatar, btw.

Istari, Pinky - just look at this room! Half greenhouse (containing only friendly plants), half water-park (with choose-your-size swimming-suits - whatever size you put on, that's what size you are - looks like the spell only works while they're wet, but cool!!!!) & half library (filled with, besides any book you can imagine, squashy poofy pillows, chairs & sleeper sofas!) There's even a window seat looking out on the stone archway leading to the garden next to a goldfish pond for Pinky... plus I still have Lucius' credit card so special appliances etc. should be no problem. Maybe I'll go through to the other side of the greenhouse & see if there's another half that I missed... Do you still wanna be roomies? Is this place OK?

Happy birthday Prof. Sprout! Here's a lovely wedding planner. (opens to a page & hears, "If you've ordered your cake & sized your gown / You can sit down without a frown."...) Well, the cover is sure pretty, isn't it? Best wishes!


Emily - May 12, 2005 10:09 pm (#29 of 2575)

Happy Birthday, Prof. Sprout! Here, I got you some bits of wire and a light bulb. It's a bit of an obsession of mine (Mr. Weasley got me on to it), so I thought you might like eckeltricity too.

Pyro: open it!

I, too, want a room in the West tower, preferably very high up. It should take up the whole floor, have an enchanted ceiling, some trees, a stream, a couple of horses and birds, maybe a few other animals... and a private house-elf to clean it all up.


Sabotage - May 12, 2005 11:08 pm (#30 of 2575)

*faintly appears*


*lies down on nearest couch and promptly falls asleep*


PyroGrl - May 12, 2005 11:42 pm (#31 of 2575)

Well, I'm positive it means do not open, but I'll ignore that and pretend it means the last option. **Evil grin**

**starts to open the box**


Istari Jones - May 13, 2005 12:35 am (#32 of 2575)
Edited by May 12, 2005 5:36 pm

*Sinister music begins to play in the background as Pyro gently pulls apart the edges of the box. A whisp of aged dust seeps into the air. Pyro opens the box completely. The box erupts in a shower of gold and green sparks and rolling lavender smoke. The inside of the box glows so brightly everyone winces and then dons dark sunglasses.*

Pyro, what is it? It's too bright. I can't see...


Elfcat - May 13, 2005 1:01 am (#33 of 2575)

Hey, Sabby, wake up! You're missing the opening of the secret box!


PyroGrl - May 13, 2005 1:28 am (#34 of 2575)
Edited by May 12, 2005 6:30 pm

Where'd the random dark sunglasses come from??

NO!!! DON'T LOOK DIRECTLY AT THE BOX! I think it contains JKR's thoughts, like her own personal Pensieve!!!! DON'T LOOK AT--No, wait, it's just a photo of a solar eclipse.

What...what's under the photo? I can't look, someone else do it for me!!


Viola Intonada - May 13, 2005 1:54 am (#35 of 2575)

Help! Help! Kip hasn't had a chance to open all of his birthday gifts. I'm trapped under the pile. Ticker, Please pull me out! I want to get a room before all the good ones are taken. I hear so many familiar voices that I haven't heard for so long. Ticker! Ticker?!?!?! Where are you? Help!!!!!

Kip, did you check the status of Lucius's credit card before or after Ticker and I went shopping? If it was after, boy what a credit line!!!


Gina R Snape - May 13, 2005 1:59 am (#36 of 2575)

Hey, guys. I found a credit card in the cupboard with the name D. J. Umbridge on it. Does anyone want to try it?


PyroGrl - May 13, 2005 2:27 am (#37 of 2575)

DJ Umbridge?? That name sounds familiar....OH!! IT'S TOADEMORT!! Yes, of COURSE use it!!


Elfcat - May 13, 2005 3:13 am (#38 of 2575)

OH!! IT'S TOADEMORT!! Yes, of COURSE use it!! ---Pyro



Kip Carter - May 13, 2005 3:34 am (#39 of 2575)

Viola, I am sorry that you got trapped under my presents. I noticed that you were really trying to get out because three-quarters of my birthday cake was eaten from the bottom up. I hope that moving those presents worked because one is really making a crazy sound, like a bouncing ferret would make. Where's Draco, Pyro?

As for Lucius's credit card, everything was apparently approved. Maybe the news has not got out everywhere yet.

Toademort???? That's classy!


PyroGrl - May 13, 2005 4:07 am (#40 of 2575)
Edited by May 12, 2005 9:08 pm

Don't worry Kip, Draco can't go far. We're magically bound so that he can't stray five metres away from me. Unfortunately if he tries we are both ZAPPED and it really really hurts. Watch, now. Draco walk a--Draco? Oh dear. He's here, but he's somehow turned back into Malferret. **Sigh** Dunno what to do about your gift, sir...Open it, see what it is! I'm curious.

**Is quite proud of Toademort**


Liz Mann - May 13, 2005 9:01 pm (#41 of 2575)


Sabby!!!!! *hugs* Welcome back!

You'd have thought Lucius would have noticed all the extra activity on his credit card by now. But then I suppose being in Azkaban he can't really check. And even if he does notice, we can plead insanity.

Now Umbridge's credit card... wonder how much she's got on that? Better keep it as a backup in case Lucius notices what's going on and cuts us off.


Pinky - May 13, 2005 10:02 pm (#42 of 2575)

Toademort is one of the best nicknames I've heard in ages. It's a keeper!

Ticker, the room you found is perfect! Would you like me to make a lilypad cradle for Aria in the middle of the goldpond, or does she prefer to sleep on dry land?


Sabotage - May 13, 2005 10:09 pm (#43 of 2575)

*wakes up*

What? *glances around sleepily*

Whe--? *slowly floats through a wall into Istari's room*

Ni... nig... *falls asleep on Istari's bed, floating slightly over it*


Liz Mann - May 13, 2005 10:55 pm (#44 of 2575)

Um... floating... going through walls... Sabby, you're not a ghost are you?


PyroGrl - May 13, 2005 11:36 pm (#45 of 2575)

She may fall asleep randomly. Liz, Malferret and I need to hide in your room. The Healers found out about my painting the Awards room pink and they're after me!! But I'm bringing the mysterious box, which contains a very bright picture of a solar eclipse, but also has some piece of jewelery under it.



Liz Mann - May 14, 2005 12:02 am (#46 of 2575)
Edited by May 13, 2005 5:03 pm

Quick, you can hide in my bedpan closest. If you feel around in the bottom left hand corner, you'll find a small button, which will open the back wall. Beyond that is a magically expanded area with a sofa, mini fridge, TV, DVD player and bookshelf (my own private "Don't Disturb Me, I'm Reading" area). The wall will return to normal once you're in. Just pull the lever on the wall to open it again when you want to come out. The LEFT one, not the right. I don't even know what the right one does!


PyroGrl - May 14, 2005 7:23 am (#47 of 2575)

LIZ!! You've got BUBBLE WRAP IN HERE! OOOOOH, let's pop it! Pop it now!

**POPOPPOPPOP** Teeheeeheee!! You said NOT to pull the left lever, right? **Pulls right, FLASHING LIGHTS** Oh, probe lights! For scary stories! **Lights stop** Hey...I lost Malferret.

**hears muffled voice** Oh, I found him! He's not Malferret anymore. Just Draco.

Oh my...Liz, that lever opened a piece of wall that has a BIG RED BUTTON on it.


Emily - May 14, 2005 1:26 pm (#48 of 2575)

Oooh... A Big Red Button! Push it! Big Red Buttons are always meant to be pushed!


Liz Mann - May 14, 2005 1:37 pm (#49 of 2575)

NOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO! *dives in slow motion as Pyro reaches towards the big red button*


Emily - May 14, 2005 3:46 pm (#50 of 2575)

YYYYYYYEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEESSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSS!!!!!!! *tackles Liz* Say, how did I get down hee? *continues pinning Liz* Push it!

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Sabotage - May 14, 2005 5:15 pm (#51 of 2575)

**wake up and drifts into Liz's broomcloset*

Pu... Push..

**pushes pyro into the red button*

He... Hee...

**falls asleep*


The Great Abbycadabra - May 15, 2005 7:15 am (#52 of 2575)
Edited by May 15, 2005 12:16 am

*The red button opens another portion of the wall revealing. . . ME!!!!*

So that's where I was. That's the last time I pick up a portkey that looks like a cute little puppy.

*blows Abbyfetti around to make the new place feel like home.*

Ah, better already.


Sabotage - May 15, 2005 5:03 pm (#53 of 2575)

*wakes up and goes to the kitchen*

hmmm... *eats bowl of lime jello*

*eyes open wide*

Hey guys! Hey? What the heck? Why am I like two feet off the ground, see through, and in this little room with Pyro and Abby?

*begins swimming through the air, and ends up going through a wall*

And why can I go through walls?!?!


Liz Mann - May 15, 2005 9:15 pm (#54 of 2575)
Edited by May 15, 2005 2:16 pm

Yikes, Sabby! What happened to you while you were away? You're a ghost! Does anyone still have that stuff we used to turn Pyro alive again? Was it Pyro? I seem to remember a big hunt for her body.


Viola Intonada - May 16, 2005 2:30 am (#55 of 2575)

Thanks for moving your gifts Kip. Sorry about the birthday cake. I must say that it was very, very good.

It's so great to see everyone again. It's amazing how moving brings people out of the woodwork, quite literally.

I'd better hurry up and find a room now. *runs through hallway, opening up doors at random*


PyroGrl - May 16, 2005 2:40 am (#56 of 2575)

I'm not entirely certain she's a ghost. (Yes, it was me). Look, she's totally opaque. Hmmm...



Pinky - May 16, 2005 3:19 am (#57 of 2575)
Edited by May 15, 2005 8:19 pm

St. Mungo's Mystery Munchers Jingle #1

Mungo's muggle munchies,
They're misunderstood.
Serving up green jello -
Makes the inmates good!


Sabotage - May 17, 2005 12:49 am (#58 of 2575)

*goes through wall in search of a new room*

Hey guys just look at this view! Why hasn't any one taking this room yet? There’s like six beds in here!

*glances around room*

Oh, there's no door thu'd be why. I CALL IT!

*swims over to the farthest wall, and sticks her head through it*

Hey! I can see the pitch from here! That reminds me. When does Quidditch season start up?


Ticker - May 17, 2005 3:54 am (#59 of 2575)
Edited by May 16, 2005 8:54 pm

Pinky did the word cheese catch your attention? Nice jingle - I'm inspired...

St. Mungo's Mystery Munchers Jingle #2

St. Mungo's Mystery Munchers,

For Healers on the go.

If you can't guess what's in them,

It’s better not to know.

I love those snacks! Thanks for introducing them Pyro!

Welcome back Sabby! Good luck with the whole disembodiment thing.


Fawkes Forever - May 17, 2005 10:38 am (#60 of 2575)
Edited by May 17, 2005 3:39 am

*snort snuffle... pokes head out from under duvet in time to see Liz diving across the room in slo-mo..* Huh, wazzat... whats going on... *Surveys madness in room*

OI... who's been in my secret stash of bubble wrap? *spies Pyro * Draco looking guilty to say the least*

Good grief *blinks rubs eyes* ABBY.... there you are *hugs*.... notes Sabby floating through the wall... ummm, is that normal?

OOOH, St Mungo’s Mystery Munchers... *hums the new jingles*. Yum yum, I'll have some of those *chomp*... what's in them by the way?


Gina R Snape - May 17, 2005 3:15 pm (#61 of 2575)

Sabotage Kisser, are you feeling alright? You look a little. . . pale.

What's this? *presses big red button*


Liz Mann - May 17, 2005 10:48 pm (#62 of 2575)
Edited by May 17, 2005 3:48 pm

*another compartment opens up behind where Abby was found and thousands of Bertie Botts beans cascade out in a tidal wave, filling the whole of the secret room three quarters full with beans*

Yey! It's a multi-flavoured swimming pool!

Ticker - ROFL!


Sabotage - May 18, 2005 2:05 am (#63 of 2575)

I'm going to fix this place up, but I don't have a credit card...

*pokes head through the floor to see if there's anything good in the basement, and notices a compartment under the floorboards*

Hey, what's this?

*pulls head out excitedly*



The Great Abbycadabra - May 18, 2005 9:09 am (#64 of 2575)

Hey, Fawkes! It's been a while. Have some Abbyfetti! ',.;,'.;,.;,'.;,'.,',',';.,'.,'.,.,';,'.;,.,'.,'.,'.;'

I'll take some of those Bertie Bott's. Mmmm, lime jello. . .


Liz Mann - May 18, 2005 11:59 am (#65 of 2575)

Why is it suddenly everybody likes lime jello? I thought we avoided it here.


Ticker - May 18, 2005 7:25 pm (#66 of 2575)
Edited by May 18, 2005 12:26 pm

No, Liz... we've always liked lime jello... you're just confused... not uncommon here in St. M's... here, try some... *suppresses evil maniacal laughter...* Really. It's, ummmm..., good for you... yeah...


Emily - May 18, 2005 9:06 pm (#67 of 2575)

Don't worry, Liz. I will always resist the evil Lime Jello! Always! Bwa-ha-ha-ha-ha! Oh, sorry, didn't mean to do that.

Bertie Bott's Beans- Yay!


Liz Mann - May 18, 2005 9:57 pm (#68 of 2575)

Hey guys, look, this St Mungo's site has a swimming pool! Let's fill it with beans!


PyroGrl - May 18, 2005 11:04 pm (#69 of 2575)

SWEET! (Literally.)

Guys, did you hear that the Healers ordered the Quidditch team the new Bedpan Zippers 700? They're the BEST bedpans to use in Bedpan Quidditch EVER!! I'm so excited, they arrive just before our first game!


Liz Mann - May 19, 2005 12:02 am (#70 of 2575)



PyroGrl - May 20, 2005 12:50 am (#71 of 2575)

Typical. I start writing a story I'm enjoying and actually saved and it starts to thunderstorm and hail, meaning that the power may go off randomly. **SIGHS DRAMATICALLY**


Viola Intonada - May 20, 2005 1:25 am (#72 of 2575)

Someone looking for a Credit Card? I still have Lucius's.

Yeah!!!! I finally found the perfect room. I'm movin' in. *looks around to make sure no one can see the door to the room she is moving in to*


Istari Jones - May 20, 2005 4:00 am (#73 of 2575)

La-dee-dah-dee- What the...? *Notices an empty bowl in the sink* Someone's been eating my lime jello - and they ate it all up!

*Sees broken bedpan* And someone's been sitting on my bedpan and broke it all to pieces!

*Sees rumpled sheets on the bed* Hey! Someone's been sleeping in, I mean over, my bed! And she's still there! Pyro!!


Ticker - May 20, 2005 4:32 am (#74 of 2575)

Istari, that story has a strangely familiar feel to it... Could it possibly be that I read one just like it about 50 times in the last month?


*Sits under garden bridge & tries to read OotP 50 times before Billy Goats Gruff try to pass overhead...*


PyroGrl - May 20, 2005 5:14 am (#75 of 2575)

**screams and tries to rid self of memory of horrible Grade 10 play that self-starred in, for the play was The Trial of Goldilocks**



Fawkes Forever - May 20, 2005 10:55 am (#76 of 2575)

Woohooo my very own Abbyfetti *dances around under the Abbyfetti*

Sabby... ummm perhaps we should leave the nice shiny object where it is ............ OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOHH Shiny!

*entranced by shiny object*


Liz Mann - May 20, 2005 1:08 pm (#77 of 2575)

Sigh. If there's one thing I know it's that reading posts here at St Mungo's always helps to relieve stress. I've nearly finished all the work I have to hand in today... Nervous 2


Sabotage - May 20, 2005 3:52 pm (#78 of 2575)

I think someone might have to make a door for this room, what if I have a heart attack? Plus I can't get the shiny thing because every time I grab at it just stay's where it is and doesn't move. Why is that?


Liz Mann - May 20, 2005 6:55 pm (#79 of 2575)

Erm... aren't you a ghost, Sabby? Do ghosts have heart attacks? And can't you put your hand through whatever's in the way of the shiny thing?


Sabotage - May 20, 2005 8:09 pm (#80 of 2575)

I don't think I'm a ghost... I don't think I died...


Liz Mann - May 20, 2005 9:18 pm (#81 of 2575)

But weren't you floating through walls earlier? (Post 43)


PyroGrl - May 21, 2005 12:10 am (#82 of 2575)

But she is completely opaque! You know what I think?? I think she's some sort of Transmorgified fog thing.


Viola Intonada - May 21, 2005 1:17 am (#83 of 2575)

Sabby, have you been practicing your meditation a little too much lately? I know that it is getting very difficult not to get too excited yet about the release of HBP and that meditating helps you cope. But I really think you may have taken it too far, I think you maybe having a major out-of-body experience. IMHO, that is.


Acceber - May 21, 2005 3:54 am (#84 of 2575)
Edited by May 20, 2005 8:57 pm

Maybe Sabby's gone temporarily sane because she's been away for so long and maybe being sane turns you into a thing that isn't dead but has all the same qualities as a ghost. It's just a guess.

Are we starting Quidditch soon? I miss the influx of posts whenever there's a match going on. Since Blast is AWOL, can I be Keeper? Or will we hold tryouts again?

I'm all moved in. Not much to move, but it does look good. *stands back to admire handiwork* My fuzzy slippers, "mechanical pencil" (wand), things stolen things from other inmates, and huge good-for-bouncing bed. Wahoooooo!!!!!!

EDIT: Jackie (Hem Hem) is living in Israel for a year, and she doesn't have Internet access. I think she'll be back later this spring, but don't quote me on that.


Istari Jones - May 21, 2005 1:38 pm (#85 of 2575)

Uhhh, going back to posts #33 &34...there's something else crawling around in this teeny box....something purple and furry and ...LJ????
Who put you in this box?


Liz Mann - May 21, 2005 3:46 pm (#86 of 2575)
Edited by May 21, 2005 8:50 am

Yes, let's start Quidditch again!

The team last time was:

Chasers - Me (captain), Tinker and Sabby

Beaters - Dobby and Emily

Keeper - Blast (backup Acceber)

Seeker - Pyro

Referee - Viola

Commentator - Marie E

Mascot - Hem Hem

Cheerleaders - Hermionefan(#1), Fawkes, Emily, Elfcat

Backup to whatever position needs playing - Fawkes

I don't think it's fair to kick people off the team for being missing (real life catches up with everybody sometimes). So we're only looking for temporary players. However, since I last posted this list several of the missing players have turned up. The only positions whose players are not here are 1 beater, 1 keeper and a masctt. But since Acceber was already down as a backup Keeper (and has also asked to play said position) and Fawkes was down for a backup for whatever position needs playing (and so can play Beater), the only thing up for grabs is the position of mascot until Hem Hem returns. But we could do with more cheerleaders as well.

So to recap, here's the current team:

Chasers - Me (captain), Ticker and Sabby

Beaters - Fawkes and Emily (is Emily around, I'm not sure?)

Keeper - Acceber

Seeker - Pyro

Referee - Viola

Commentator - Marie E

Mascot - open

Cheerleaders - open

First people to ask get the positions.


PyroGrl - May 21, 2005 7:43 pm (#87 of 2575)

LJ's back?! I saw his ghost!!!

**peeks in** Oh, guys...I think LJ is a mommy. There're three mini-LJs in here! There's one boy and two girls...I say we name the boy Lime Jello Jr. What should we call the little girls?


Liz Mann - May 21, 2005 11:04 pm (#88 of 2575)

Why is the boy LJ junior? Since LJ is apparently female, shouldn't one of the girls be LJ junior?


PyroGrl - May 22, 2005 12:46 am (#89 of 2575)

We spent all that time at St. Mungo's believing LJ was a boy...besides, Lime Jello is cute for a boy. We could call one of the girls Cherry Jello, maybe.


Istari Jones - May 22, 2005 2:37 am (#90 of 2575)

How about "Sugar-Free"? ..."Sugar" for short?


prof sprout - May 22, 2005 2:40 am (#91 of 2575)

Since, St. Mungo’s, has grown so much. I think we should have a varsity and Junior varsity team for the new members who never had a chance, to sign up. I there will be two teams. What do you think of that solution? Well, I can't guarantee, I'll be around for the next month or so, I'm getting married in - count them - 3 weeks!!!


Gina R Snape - May 22, 2005 2:56 am (#92 of 2575)

Wait. I thought LJ was a boy too! Are you suuuure that's our LJ?

*suddenly stops and stares at shiny object*


PyroGrl - May 22, 2005 3:40 am (#93 of 2575)

LJ's passed away, these are his (her??) babies. HEY! Maybe LJ is like a sea horse!!

I like the idea of the Varsity/Junior teams where the original team still has the same players and Junior team gives new residents a chance to sign up.

All in favour of naming the LJ offspring Lime Jello Jr., Cherry Jello and Sugar Free (Suger for short) say Aye!


Istari Jones - May 22, 2005 1:10 pm (#94 of 2575)



Pigwidgeon - May 22, 2005 2:00 pm (#95 of 2575)


Look how cute! Koochie Koochie Koo! Koochie Koo... ewwww! Towel, anyone? I think Sugar just spit up on me!


Emily - May 22, 2005 3:10 pm (#96 of 2575)

Emily's still here, Liz!


Liz Mann - May 22, 2005 7:59 pm (#97 of 2575)

Oh okay!

Aye for the names.

We could have a Varsity team. And we're always looking for backups for the original team.

Anyone interested in being a cheerleader or mascot?


The Great Abbycadabra - May 23, 2005 10:23 am (#98 of 2575)

I'll volunteer to be the team bagpipist (I do believe I just made that word up). It's a tough job, but someone has to do it. I know! I'll learn how to play "We Are The Champions"!


Pinky - May 23, 2005 2:26 pm (#99 of 2575)
Edited by May 23, 2005 7:39 am

**stumbles inside panting* Everyone! You'll never believe this - there's a brand new Quidditch field right outside. There was a small sign saying it was the "Malfoy/Umbridge Quidditch field", but I snatched that out. There's no need to advertise just whose credit cards paid for it. It's got some pretty cool features - I didn't have a chance to check them all out. Let's go explore!

Please move all discussion of Quidditch to the new The Quidditch Pitch thread, so that life here at St. Mungo's can continue as abnormally as possible.

Edit: Added link to The Quidditch Pitch – Kip


Viola Intonada - May 24, 2005 8:39 pm (#100 of 2575)

Aye for the names.

I will continue as ref for the varsity team. If there is room, could I pretty, pretty please be seeker? Please, please, please? Since it seems that Pyro has successfully made the move from the old St. Mungo's without any major mishaps. Oh, I mean, since all of us did such a nice job making sure she made the move safely. Yeah, that's what I meant.

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Fawkes Forever - May 25, 2005 1:03 pm (#101 of 2575)

Hmm, what’s that? *blinks & breaks stare from shiny object* Aye to whatever it is that I'm agreeing to... *goes back to stare at shiny object, but quickly looks back at the notice board & spies the Sign Up Sheet for the Maniacs*

.... WOOT! I'm a beaters... yay! Hmm, wonder could I charm my pom poms to work as bats?

Last one out to the Quidditch Pitch is a Bundimun...


Ticker - May 25, 2005 6:11 pm (#102 of 2575)

Aye for the names.

Abby - our very own bagpipist! How wonderful! It's important to have music that drowns out the opposition. How thoughtful of you to volunteer.


Sabotage - May 25, 2005 11:10 pm (#103 of 2575)

Guess what I bought while I was away! I bought a silver bed-pan! Oh you may think it looks the same as yours but look! *whistles sharply*

Here Panny! *pan flies over to me*

It comes with a pillow for those long games and a CD player for when you get bored. It only cost me 300 galleons too because I got it from the
Bedpan Trader! I used this card that I found on the side of the road. It said T.M.R. on it.

*thinks for a minute* It was a little after that when I started to get transparent and when found out I could go through walls...


Gina R Snape - May 27, 2005 4:03 am (#104 of 2575)

A new Quidditch Pitch thread?

Mwa ha ha ha. My diversion draught worked!

Say, what's this funny string sticking out of the wall?

*pulls string: Giant hole opens up*


wolfgrl - May 27, 2005 2:48 pm (#105 of 2575)
Edited by May 27, 2005 7:48 am

I get to be mascot. Yipeee! *does back flip.*


PyroGrl - May 27, 2005 10:50 pm (#106 of 2575)

It's settled then. The names of LJ's offspring are Lime Jello Junior, Cherry Jello, and Sugar Free.


Pinky - May 28, 2005 2:54 am (#107 of 2575)

Gina, put that back! *tries to stuff string back into hole* Hmmm... doesn't fit any more. There's a cold draft coming from there. Dare we brave it and see what lies beyond?


Liz Mann - May 28, 2005 10:36 am (#108 of 2575)
Edited by May 28, 2005 3:46 am

So that's LJ Jr, CJ and SF.

Hey, why don't we throw a party to celebrate the new little ones? We haven't had a party here in aaaaages! And never any on the latest thread. We can have a... strange coloured jungle animals theme.


PyroGrl - May 28, 2005 9:46 pm (#109 of 2575)


**is proud of the new wallpaper she made and is happy even though the wallpaper is not HP-related**


Hermionefan(#1) - May 29, 2005 2:27 am (#110 of 2575)
Edited by May 28, 2005 7:27 pm

WOW!! I haven't been here for ages, and now there's a whole new location, and we're having a party!! How have you all been? Have I missed anything important? Everyone else still here? I'm so sorry I haven't been on for a while, my sixth grade year just ended, and middle school was waaaaaaay busier than elementary. And, guess what, on the penultimate day of school we got our orchestra results--I made the tope orchestra!! Yay! I'm sorry, am I using too many exclamation points? Well, I've been rereading all the HPs, I'm at the end of #4, and I miss you guys! What's up, y'all?


Ticker - May 29, 2005 4:29 am (#111 of 2575)

Way to go Hermy!!! Getting through your first year of middle school is a huge accomplishment. (I daily considered ways of getting around mine.) And you've obviously gone above & beyond simply surviving. It sounds like you're living up to your forum name. Congratulations on making top orchestra too! (!!!!!!!!!! - here's some exclamation points to join with yours & have a loud party.)

Oooooh, ooooh - I want to be a unicorn with zebra stripes. What would that be? A unizebe? a zebracorn?

Pinky, as long as the hole is simply drafty & dark and not sucking & black I'll check it out with you.


Liz Mann - May 29, 2005 3:04 pm (#112 of 2575)

Hi, Hermy! Not much has been going on besides the move except that we're reforming the Quidditch team. You were a cheerleader last time accourding to my notes. Do you want to be one this time? Or play on the reserve team?

All Quidditch has been moved to the Quidditch pitch (the thread above this one). Go there to apply for positions.


Elfcat - May 29, 2005 6:10 pm (#113 of 2575)


*ahem* Funny colored Jungle animals? Can I be a pink leopard with lime green spots?


Hermionefan(#1) - May 29, 2005 6:24 pm (#114 of 2575)

Hey, I love zebras!! Can I be... a scaly zebra shaped like a monkey? With purple eyes? That would be cool! Okay Liz, I'll go check out the Quidditch thread.


PyroGrl - May 29, 2005 7:58 pm (#115 of 2575)
Edited by May 29, 2005 1:02 pm

Funny coloured Jungle animals? What is this, Seussical? In that case, I call Gertrude McFuzz.

Notice me Horton, feather by feather, this is your next door neighbor calling...

**evil grin** Hey Draco, how would you like to be Horton the Elephant for a while? **ignores protests** Great! Take this pretty pink clover, but DON'T LOSE IT because it has the dust speck that has Whoville on it.


Hermionefan(#1) - May 30, 2005 10:51 pm (#116 of 2575)

Where is everyone? Nobody's posted for like, 2 days! I feel so alone!


Liz Mann - May 30, 2005 11:15 pm (#117 of 2575)

I'm here. Let's parrrty!


PyroGrl - May 30, 2005 11:18 pm (#118 of 2575)

Whoot on a stick!!!


Hermionefan(#1) - May 30, 2005 11:41 pm (#119 of 2575)

Fried whoot on a stick! Who's got the disco ball? You know, I need to move into my room. I found an empty one, the walls are covered in green fuzzy algae stuff, but it's probably fine, right guys? Right?


Liz Mann - May 31, 2005 12:22 am (#120 of 2575)
Edited by May 30, 2005 5:24 pm

Who's got the disco ball?

Do you know, that's a good question.

Erm... you might want to use a cleaning spell on those walls before you move in, Hermy. You should never assume something's safe in the magical world.

So what's everybody come to the party as (strange coloured jungle animals theme remember)? Mine's in my avatar. It's not a jungle animal but it is strange coloured.


Viola Intonada - May 31, 2005 1:57 am (#121 of 2575)

Hummmm, I think I will be a yellow lemur with orange rings on my tail.

Green Algae growing on the walls? Sounds comfy, Yoda would like it. Does your room also have a swamp and large trees with lots of algae hanging from them? I don't recommend killing it. We may need it for a cure later on for something. I would definitely check with Prof. Sprout first. (As soon as she is back from her Honeymoon)


PyroGrl - May 31, 2005 3:21 am (#122 of 2575)


Hermy, I think you may want to consider a different room. That may be where we keep the Evil Purple Sloth triplets.


Marè - May 31, 2005 2:45 pm (#123 of 2575)

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Fawkes Forever - May 31, 2005 3:54 pm (#124 of 2575)

ooooooooooooooh shiney

Nice to see ya back Hermy


Hermionefan(#1) - Jun 1, 2005 3:54 pm (#125 of 2575)

*Mesmerized by magical shininess of disco ball* It's soooo pretty...

EVIL PURPLE SLOTH TRIPLETS?!?!?!?!?!?!? That sounds...evil...and purple...and slothy! Oh no! I better find a new room, anyone seen one? I'll look for one, after the PARTY!!! YAAAAY!


Emily - Jun 1, 2005 6:35 pm (#126 of 2575)


I'll be a green elephant with red spots. Very Christmas-y, but oh well.

And the sloth has triplets?!?!?! This should be interesting. Dangerous and at times painful, but interesting.


The Great Abbycadabra - Jun 2, 2005 8:36 am (#127 of 2575)
Edited by Jun 2, 2005 1:36 am

*is also mesmerized by the shiny disco ball*


Ticker - Jun 3, 2005 3:43 am (#128 of 2575)

Marè!!! You packed the disco ball. I'm still a unizebracorn. I was going to say something important but the shiny lights are sooooo pretty.....


Hermionefan(#1) - Jun 5, 2005 8:33 pm (#129 of 2575)

Darn it, Marè, you got post 123, I was hoping for that one... Ticker, you're a unizebracorn? Well since I forgot what I am I'll be a Girturtleaffe. A pink one. With orange feet. I feel so rude--I forgot to say, thanks for the welcome back, y'all. Now that I'm back I don't know how I ever left!! Well, I have to go, I need to start the HP#6 countdown on my calendar--I have a bed booked in the Don't-Bother-Me-I'm-Reading ward, right?

Hey, what do you guys think would happen if we breeded (is it breeded or bred?) a purple sloth triplet with a crumple horned snorkack? Maybe I should go to the party as that.


Liz Mann - Jun 5, 2005 9:37 pm (#130 of 2575)

It's 'bred'. That would be interesting... especially since we don't know what crumple horned snorkacks look like.


PyroGrl - Jun 6, 2005 2:45 am (#131 of 2575)

I got bored in math and drew a Nargle and a Crumple-Horned Snorcack. They look so menacing, especially the Nargle. I'll post them sometime. Smile


Hermionefan(#1) - Jun 6, 2005 11:19 pm (#132 of 2575)

Awesome, a Nargle. I asked one of my non-obsessesed friends what would happen if we bred a purple sloth and snorkack, he said, a 9-toed forjesenner, duh. What do you guys think? Should we risk trying it? I dunno if we want to try and actually capture one of those sloth triplets.

Okay you people, let's start the party!! Conga line!


Liz Mann - Jun 6, 2005 11:38 pm (#133 of 2575)
Edited by Jun 6, 2005 4:38 pm

Hmm... well it would be against the Ban on Experimental Breeding. I wonder if we could plead insanity if we were caught.

*joins conga line*


Viola Intonada - Jun 7, 2005 12:58 am (#134 of 2575)

Come on everybody do the Conga...

I think we should be able to plead insanity quite convincingly. But I wouldn't want to get Prof. Sprout into trouble since she is our volunteer chaperone and there doesn't seem to be any staff around. What has happened to all of the staff anyway? Did we drive them all insane?


Ticker - Jun 7, 2005 2:32 am (#135 of 2575)

Prof Sprout is busy getting married. Priorities - sheesh. As for the other staff - you mean you can't see them? This is worse than I thought. *Hands Viola a pencil sharpener & a fern...* There. Can you see them now? . . . No? Well, it worked for the Crumple-Horned Snorcack.

*Trots off to the conga beat...*


dobbyiscool - Jun 7, 2005 7:36 pm (#136 of 2575)

I'm back. The end of school/ start of summer was really busy, but I've now regained my insanity. I need to get a room in the new building. **Starts walking around, opening doors to unclaimed rooms**


Liz Mann - Jun 7, 2005 8:43 pm (#137 of 2575)

Hey, Dobby!


PyroGrl - Jun 7, 2005 11:18 pm (#138 of 2575)

Hmm...we could try it, if we can find a Crumple-Horned Snorcack. Very apt swimmers, they are. Plus I don't think it would be wise right now...they're still babies.

Oooh, don't cry Sugar...CHERRY, STOP BITING YOUR BROTHER!! Oh dear, LJ Jr. is crying now...**tries to cuddle all three at once**


Ticker - Jun 8, 2005 3:49 am (#139 of 2575)

Dobby! Great to see you! Glad you've regained your insanity.

Ewwww. I'd help you pyro but it looks like you've got things under control. *Runs away...*


Sabotage - Jun 8, 2005 11:23 pm (#140 of 2575)

Pyro I'd help you but I don't really want to... and plus I'm on a mission *strikes 007 pose* hehe.

*floats through the ward looking for a very special person*


Sabotage - Jun 9, 2005 3:38 am (#141 of 2575)
Edited by Jun 8, 2005 8:39 pm

Sorry for the double post guys (it won't let me edit), but I had to show you this:

The Bunnies

(\_/) (\_/) (\_/)

(o.o) (o.o) (o.o)

(U U) (u u) (> <)o

daddy ^ mommy ^ baby


Hermionefan(#1) - Jun 9, 2005 10:44 pm (#142 of 2575)

Awwwwwwwwwwwwww they're so cuuute!! *melts*


prof sprout - Jun 10, 2005 2:23 am (#143 of 2575)

Ok guys I'm off. Last post til I get back from the honeymoon. (It's very expensive to get online on cruises.) Anyway, I hope who the ministry gets to substitute is nice to you guys, and helps you on the Quidditch pitch. From what I hear Fudge might be needing a new job. Wink Wish me luck on the plunge and the honeymoon.

Jenna Black, soon to be Jenna Jullie (Prof Sprout).


PyroGrl - Jun 10, 2005 3:15 am (#144 of 2575)

Ooooh we need you Jenna!! The replacement Head-Healer for our ward is SOOO mean!! He's making us CLEAN and paint all of our rooms WHITE with grey BEDSHEETS and concrete floors!! And he...he did the UNSPEAKABLE!! He's...he's auctioning the Evil Purple Sloth triplets!! My babies!! **is distraught**


dobbyiscool - Jun 10, 2005 2:48 pm (#145 of 2575)
Edited by Jun 10, 2005 7:48 am

Good luck Jenna.

Can we use one of the credit cards to buy the sloths back? I've started to like LJ Jr., and St. Mungo’s just wouldn't be the same without a purple sloth around.

**notices the clean, painted room** NO! White walls?!? Its so...normal! I can't stand it! We need to do something, before we all go sane!


wolfgrl - Jun 10, 2005 9:32 pm (#146 of 2575)



Elfcat - Jun 11, 2005 1:10 am (#147 of 2575)
Edited by Jun 10, 2005 6:12 pm

*races through the wards splashing lime green paint on the freshly whitewashed walls*

Rebel! Rebel! Never give up, never surrender! *sticks empty paint can on the head of the replacement Head-Healer and bangs on it* SAVE THE SLOTHS!!

Best of luck, Jenna!


Hermionefan(#1) - Jun 11, 2005 2:16 am (#148 of 2575)
Edited by Jun 10, 2005 7:17 pm

Good luck Jenna!!

WHITE WALLS?!?!?! You can't be serious!! We can't have a party with white walls! Unheard of! Hey, Elfcat, lemme help you, I've got some purple paint, we can do polka-dots and stripes!! And we can't auction the purple sloth triplets, how are we gonna illegally breed it? *cough* I mean... um...they help...um...they help us learn to cope with wild...uh, yeah, Healer's orders *coughcough*


PyroGrl - Jun 11, 2005 2:28 am (#149 of 2575)

Oh, NO! **holds up paper**


They've taken away Draco too!! **cries** I suppose I could do without him (for now...**evil laughter**) but I agree, we HAVE TO get the sloth triplets back! We owe it to their father! Uh...mother...? Let's start a campaign! We will storm the Healer's office! All in favour say AYE!!


Emily - Jun 11, 2005 4:10 pm (#150 of 2575)
Edited by Jun 11, 2005 9:10 am


How dare they? This is ridiculous. White walls, taking away the credit card, my wan- er, my flute, Draco, and the sloths? I won't let them!
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Part C - St. Mungo's Lexicon Hospital for the Incurably Insane (May, 2005 to March, 2011) Empty Weddings, Pool Parties & Birthdays

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Elfcat - Jun 12, 2005 1:13 am (#153 of 2575)

They can't take Quidditch! I'll sue! I'll start drop-kicking orderlies off the roof! I'll go on rampage with a bulldozer! *paints "SAVE QUIDDTICH AND THE SLOTHS!!" in three-foot-high letters in color changing paint on the wall*


Sabotage - Jun 12, 2005 11:15 pm (#154 of 2575)


Even though I don't have a credit card or white walls because no one can get into my room...

But yeah...



dizzy lizzy - Jun 13, 2005 1:16 am (#155 of 2575)

**stops chewing delicious mouldy old bone found in shed and looks up** Aye What??


Liz Mann - Jun 13, 2005 5:56 pm (#156 of 2575)
Edited by Jun 13, 2005 10:57 am

*arrives back from holiday, goes into bedroom and nearly faints with horror*

No... no... NOOOOOOOO! The walls are all white, my gigantic four-poster waterbed is gone and... and... THEY'VE TAKEN ALL MY QUIDDITCH THINGS!!!!!

*starts plotting sneaky pranks to play on the person who did this*


Emily - Jun 13, 2005 6:10 pm (#157 of 2575)

Ooh, I'm in on the pranks! I'm mad too. What can we do? Should we recruit Fred and George?


Liz Mann - Jun 13, 2005 6:38 pm (#158 of 2575)

Good idea, Emily! Mwahahahahahahaha!


Hermionefan(#1) - Jun 13, 2005 9:05 pm (#159 of 2575)

Ooooh yeah we can set up another Portable Swamp, and we can use--let's see, do we have Umbridge's credit card? I always forget which ones we have--to buy a Deflagration Delux or Basic Glaze box.


Emily - Jun 13, 2005 9:53 pm (#160 of 2575)

The credit cards got taken away, remember? I'm sure F+G would help us on credit though, given the circumstances. They'd enjoy it I'm sure. When this is over, I want my color-changing walls, my really cool room, my 'flute', and L. Malfoy's and Umbridge's credit cards back! So how do we go about doing it?


Sabotage - Jun 14, 2005 12:38 am (#161 of 2575)

There’s coagulation afoot. Watch out!!


dizzy lizzy - Jun 14, 2005 12:42 am (#162 of 2575)

****sniffs air around her pointedly**** Something stinks around here...a nasty spell by the smell of it...** sticks nose it air and starts to track source of smell**


Ticker - Jun 14, 2005 5:13 pm (#163 of 2575)

Note to self: Avoid coagulated feet.

Well, maybe they're better than my white room, but I'm not jumping in just in case.

*Sits down & bawls…* I want my forest room back - waaaah!


Liz Mann - Jun 14, 2005 6:52 pm (#164 of 2575)

Right, I've had a word with Fred and George and they're hiding in the hospital at the moment, waiting to put the plan into operation. Let's see if we can't make this person quit their job! Mwahahahaha! I actually have no idea what the twins are going to do, I just told them the situation and they grinned and said to leave it to them. The only other thing they let slip was that we should avoid the person's office around now. I wonder what...

*a loud BANG is heard from above and the walls shudder*

Wow! That sounded awful! Let's go see what's happened. *runs towards the stairs*


Marè - Jun 15, 2005 9:59 pm (#165 of 2575)

Where did the stairs go?


Liz Mann - Jun 15, 2005 10:16 pm (#166 of 2575)

They're through this secret passageway.


Marè - Jun 15, 2005 11:29 pm (#167 of 2575)

Are you sure? Because it looks like they sprouted wings and are flying around near the ceiling...


PyroGrl - Jun 16, 2005 3:18 am (#168 of 2575)

Oh my.

I am absolutely speechless. This place just keeps getting more RANDOM and insane...**sighs dramatically**





The Great Abbycadabra - Jun 17, 2005 8:09 am (#169 of 2575)

Wait, is it too late to say "aye"?


Ticker - Jun 17, 2005 3:11 pm (#170 of 2575)
Edited by Jun 17, 2005 8:11 am

Aye, it is.


Sabotage - Jun 17, 2005 7:59 pm (#171 of 2575)

*flies through a wall into Pyro's room*

Wow Pyro. Someone's been playing with your DVD's and he's messing them all up!


PyroGrl - Jun 18, 2005 10:43 pm (#172 of 2575)



Viola Intonada - Jun 21, 2005 3:09 am (#173 of 2575)

Wow, I go away for a week to play in the dirt looking for artifacts and I come back to this. Those evil people took away my butterflies!!! How dare they!! :mad: I'm in for whatever we need. Aye, Aye, Aye!!!!


Ticker - Jun 22, 2005 3:41 am (#174 of 2575)

Who's up for some bungee jumping off the flying stairs? It's mostly perfectly safe.

*Ties a cord on her ankle, takes a running leap off the last step... - blood-curdling scream - followed by maniacal laughter…*

Oh man! This is soooo great! Just don't get caught up in the stairs' wings and you should be fine, . . . probably.


Hermionefan(#1) - Jun 22, 2005 3:42 pm (#175 of 2575)

AWESOME!! Me next, me next!


prof sprout - Jun 22, 2005 5:56 pm (#176 of 2575)

Oh, my, I leave for a week and a half, and look at all that has happened. That darn MoM, I'll just have to turn a blind eye for a little bit Wink. You guys know what to do.


PyroGrl - Jun 22, 2005 7:02 pm (#177 of 2575)

Yes, we do!!! **EVIL LAUGHTER**


Sabotage - Jun 22, 2005 11:56 pm (#178 of 2575)

*flies through her bedroom wall, and suddenly becomes stuck*

Oh, bother. And I really wanted to start making a door to my room too...


Viola Intonada - Jun 24, 2005 2:25 am (#179 of 2575)

Welcome back Mrs. Sprout!!!! Help us please!!!


Ticker - Jun 24, 2005 4:52 pm (#180 of 2575)

Woo-hoo!! Mrs. Professor Sprout, I do declare, you are perfectly lovely with that big ol' ring on your finger! It looks like the unscrubbable icing we put on your cake seems to have come off hubby's chin OK. Glad you made it back & another round of congratulatory butterbeers will be sent to your room!

*Jumps off the stairs doing backflips...* Boy am I glad we lowered the floor a bit. Nice swan-dive Hermy!

Hmmmmmm Sabby, I've been wondering who I could try out my new tickling feather on...


wolfgrl - Jun 24, 2005 9:49 pm (#181 of 2575)

Welcome back and Congratulations, Mrs. Professor Sprout !!!!!


Liz Mann - Jun 24, 2005 10:03 pm (#182 of 2575)


Mrs Professor Sprout. Has a nice ring to it, doesn't it?


Viola Intonada - Jun 25, 2005 2:16 am (#183 of 2575)

I think we should have a pool party to celebrate the return of Mrs. Prof. Sprout from her honeymoon. Where should we put the pool? In the Lobby, the Courtyard or the roof? Or would we be better off to hide it in someone's room? I'm willing to put it in my room.


Ticker - Jun 25, 2005 2:35 am (#184 of 2575)

That does not surprise me Viola. Your room is fine with me. Look I even have a, ahem..., decoration. I know it looks like Sabby, & there's probably a really good reason for that. It looks almost like Sabby when she's passed out from too much tickling. I swear I found her, I mean this decoration, just like this. Really...

Well, almost... I did add the shield shaped frame & cut the wall out from around her, I mean, around it. I'm planning on adding moose antlers just as soon as I can get the charm right. I think it will add a lot to your room's atmosphere, Viola. We can hang it right behind the punch table.


Marie E. - Jun 26, 2005 6:36 am (#185 of 2575)

Ticker, that sounds suspiciously like a Winnie the Pooh plot.


Marè - Jun 26, 2005 1:03 pm (#186 of 2575)
Edited by Jun 26, 2005 7:18 am

Pool party? what a coincidence, I just decided to turn my room in a pool because of the weather. If some-one brings the cold beverages, you are all welcome! (I spent all my money on the decorative palm trees)

So I think we belatedly celebrate Mrs Sprouts wedding and I think we also have to celebrate the Maniacs latest stunning victory, GO MANIACS!!! And wasn't it their captain’s birthday somewhere near Penny's (we can celebrate that as well) so do we celebrate a belated, on time, or early happy birthday Liz party?

PS Don't lean against the view, it's painted cardboard and not entirely dry yet...


Liz Mann - Jun 26, 2005 4:36 pm (#187 of 2575)

Hey, thanks for remembering Marè! My birthday was in fact just yesterday! Part C - St. Mungo's Lexicon Hospital for the Incurably Insane (May, 2005 to March, 2011) 1437562208


Marè - Jun 26, 2005 4:47 pm (#188 of 2575)
Edited by Jun 26, 2005 9:48 am

Than a belated "Happy Birthday Liz" party it is!

Happy birthday Liz! Part C - St. Mungo's Lexicon Hospital for the Incurably Insane (May, 2005 to March, 2011) 1609556105

Now, where is Abby with the fetti?


Ticker - Jun 26, 2005 7:15 pm (#189 of 2575)
Edited by Jun 26, 2005 12:16 pm

*Peels herself off the painted pool on Mare's wall...* Shoot. I was so sure you were just joking about the pool being a painting.

Yea! Happy Birthday Liz! In my pretend world this smilie is jumping up & down, eating cake, & shouting "Happy Birthday". Maybe you can get it to do all that in your pretend world as well.

Here's a little something for you. Muggles call it a "Palm Pilot" - a strange devise to keep information in, but yours has been magically modified to fly you by the palm anywhere you'd like to go. It's just for those few places that you can't take your bedpan with you tactfully.


Penny Lane. - Jun 26, 2005 8:16 pm (#190 of 2575)

Hey, My birthday was a few days ago too, and I want a palm pilot! Muggle or magical, I"m all good!

Happy Birthday Liz! *Pushes out 12ft cake* Part C - St. Mungo's Lexicon Hospital for the Incurably Insane (May, 2005 to March, 2011) 2942856553


Liz Mann - Jun 26, 2005 10:18 pm (#191 of 2575)

Thanks guys! *wipes tear from eye*


Marè - Jun 26, 2005 10:37 pm (#192 of 2575)

I don't have a palm pilot Penny... Will an oak pilot do?


Penny Lane. - Jun 27, 2005 1:18 am (#193 of 2575)

That depends - what exactly does an oak pilot do?


Marè - Jun 27, 2005 11:01 am (#194 of 2575)

I have no idea.*holds out strange thingy to Penny* care to try?


Penny Lane. - Jun 27, 2005 1:13 pm (#195 of 2575)

*takes strange thingy*



Ticker - Jun 27, 2005 6:17 pm (#196 of 2575)

Aaaaaaaagh! Penny! Nicetoseeyouhappybirthday! Maybe she'll hear me if I say it fast. Well at least the cake's still here.


Sabotage - Jun 27, 2005 7:03 pm (#197 of 2575)

*wakes up*

Hey guys!! Happy Birthday Liz!

*pauses* OK, who put antlers on me? If it was the same person who cut a hole in my wall I'm glad you did the job of making a door, even if it's round and jagged around the edges... I hope no one gets hurt... Can someone take these dumb antlers off me?!

And could you possibly get me out of this bit of wall?


Viola Intonada - Jun 28, 2005 3:09 am (#198 of 2575)

Aw, Sabby, I think the antlers look rather cute on you. Think of all the earrings you can wear and you don't even have to poke holes in your ears to do it. If it's raining, you don't even have to hold your umbrella. You can just rest it on your antlers. And if you are having trouble deciding which hat to wear, you can wear all of them. There are so many advantages to having antlers.

Happy birthday Liz and Penny. In sticking with our pool theme (btw, Marè, very nice pool) Here is a conch shell for each of you. I guess I will give Penny's to her when/if she reappears. Just hold the shell to your ear and you can hear the ocean, seagulls and all. Just be careful you don't get too much water in your ear, or any sand. You can also use them much like muggles use walkie-talkies. You can talk to each other through your shells. I bought them from Fred and George, just wanted to warn you in case there are other enchantments that they forgot to inform me about....


Penny Lane. - Jun 28, 2005 4:38 am (#199 of 2575)

*reappears outside window*

*grabs ledge and holds on with right hand, bangs on the glass with the left*

Can somebody please let me in? Apparently these transporters aren't very precise - but I did have a nice dinner in Cairo last night. Great view of the pyramids.


Ticker - Jun 28, 2005 5:59 pm (#200 of 2575)

*Opens window to let Penny in, grabs her left hand which is still holding the Oak Pilot & both disappear...*

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Part C - St. Mungo's Lexicon Hospital for the Incurably Insane (May, 2005 to March, 2011) Empty Recovering from HBP Ward

Post  Lady Arabella on Thu Jun 07, 2012 8:02 pm


Sabotage - Jun 28, 2005 10:10 pm (#201 of 2575)

Blast! Ticker's run off... and I think she may have had something to do with cutting me out of the wall.

Now that you mention it Viola, I may want these antlers after all... I mean they can do everything you said they could do and more. I could disguise my wand as an antler bit and no one would know. Problem is I can't move my arms because I'm still stuck in this wall. And I really have to go to the washroom. Could someone help?


dizzy lizzy - Jun 28, 2005 10:19 pm (#202 of 2575)
Edited by Jun 28, 2005 3:20 pm

how 'bout I grab those lovely antlers with my lovely sharp teeth and pull???

**pulls antlers really hard, and with lots of screaming and yowling, sabby breaks free from wall**


Marè - Jun 28, 2005 10:52 pm (#203 of 2575)
Edited by Jun 28, 2005 3:53 pm

*is puzzled*

Sabby what do you need to have a washroom for if you have a bedpan?

*Has now a mental image of a very tiny dog hanging in some huge antlers... hihi*
Job well done Lizzy!


Elfcat - Jun 29, 2005 2:11 am (#204 of 2575)

Happy Birthday (though a bit late) Penny and Liz! Have some cool shades on me Part C - St. Mungo's Lexicon Hospital for the Incurably Insane (May, 2005 to March, 2011) 3845856932

PyroGrl - Jun 29, 2005 7:20 am (#205 of 2575)

Hmmm OK, Sabs, I know you enjoy being...whatever it is that you are...but PLEASE don't come into my room and look around in the little shoe box under my bed. I don't want you to know my shoe size. *innocent eyes*


Liz Mann - Jun 29, 2005 12:21 pm (#206 of 2575)

Has anyone noticed several of our old members are missing? Like Lenka, and Caitlin? I'm always the one to notice missing members, aren't I?


Ticker - Jun 29, 2005 2:37 pm (#207 of 2575)
Edited by Jun 29, 2005 7:41 am

In more recent history, I haven't seen Gina, Amy or Blast in a while either... I hope their treatments here haven't "cured" them.


Liz Mann - Jun 29, 2005 3:05 pm (#208 of 2575)

What treatments? I think the healers have given us up for lost causes because I haven't received treatment in ages.


prof sprout - Jun 29, 2005 5:24 pm (#209 of 2575)

Okay residents. The release of the new instruction manual for St. Mungo’s will be coming out shortly (manual i.e. HBP) I want everyone to make sure everyone who wants a room is signed up for a room in the DNBMIR ward, has done so. Unfortunately, the MoM is keeping a list and checking it twice to make sure only deserving (i.e. well-behaving) can go to that ward. Residents that are not deserving will be put in the I Can't Read Because My Younger Sibling is Bothering Me Ward, so if you are planning to do any retaliation for their new rules, please be careful, not to get caught.

Oh look, here is some polyjuice potion that Gina's Husband was making earlier. **walking away, while whistling**


Liz Mann - Jun 29, 2005 5:30 pm (#210 of 2575)

I want to sign up for the DNBMIR ward! And don't worry, I won't get caught. I'll get Fred and George to do all my dirty work, they'll be more than happy to oblige. *evil grin*


Ticker - Jun 29, 2005 6:43 pm (#211 of 2575)

I've had my DBMIR Form signed in triplicate, sent in, sent back, querried, lost, found, subjected to public inquiry, lost again, and finally buried in soft peat for three months and recycled as a firelighter, per recommendations of this book with DON'T PANIC written in large friendly letters on its cover. (Just saw Hitchhikers Guide last night. )


PyroGrl - Jun 29, 2005 11:37 pm (#212 of 2575)

Righy-o, I'm totally signing up.


dizzy lizzy - Jun 30, 2005 12:39 am (#213 of 2575)

What! Er, what book? how can I read a book in this shape???


Viola Intonada - Jun 30, 2005 2:27 am (#214 of 2575)

Hey! Where do I sign up? I haven't signed up yet for my room in the DNBMIR ward yet. Oh no, is it too late? Can I still sign up? Can I? Can I? Can I? *runs from room to room with desperate, wild look in her eyes*


Liz Mann - Jun 30, 2005 2:12 pm (#215 of 2575)

Of course you can! There's plenty of room in there. Here's your form, just hand it in at reception.


Viola Intonada - Jul 1, 2005 1:54 am (#216 of 2575)

OH, Thank you, thank you, thank you!!! I plan to be in there a while. I want to savor this book and not read it too quickly. In the DNBMIR ward, will we be hooked up with IV's and bedpans so that nothing will distract us?


Liz Mann - Jul 1, 2005 11:27 am (#217 of 2575)
Edited by Jul 1, 2005 4:28 am

Not read it too quickly? Humph. I wish I could do the same but I know that once I get reading I'll be going at top speed. I won't be able to help it!

Although it still doesn't feel to me like there's a book coming out. Do you know what I think it is? I think I've read far too much fanfiction! When OotP came out I felt as though it was another fanfic I was reading (partly because some of the fans predictions were correct). I have to cut down on the non-canon.


Ticker - Jul 1, 2005 3:29 pm (#218 of 2575)

What?!? Oh no! I've got a bunch of FanFics that I've recently read rolling around in my head. I hope it's not going to be a problem. (Shouldn't be given all the other loose rocks & such stuff rolling around with them.)


dobbyiscool - Jul 2, 2005 11:42 pm (#219 of 2575)

Sign me up for the DNBMIR ward! I've been trying for weeks to explain to my sister about the book coming out and how we cannot have plans on that day, but she just doesn't get it.

Happy Birthday to all of those I missed. I went to stay a week at my aunts in the Twin Cities (Minn./ St. Paul, MN). It was last minute. I was busy watching my cousins all week, and didn't get a chance to go online anywhere. I think I was going through withdrawals...


Hermionefan(#1) - Jul 3, 2005 4:29 am (#220 of 2575)
Edited by Jul 2, 2005 9:29 pm

I believe I signed up for the DNBMIR ward (and Liz I totally understand your whole reading-too-fast thing, I do it too), I also donated my siblings, ages 9 and 7 to the Annoying Sibling Ward. Don't worry, I'm sure they'd like to do it

I can't wait for the HBP to come out, but I'm really sad too because that means there's only 1 more left!! *starts bawling*

Happy belated birthday to Penny and Liz (that's whose birthday it is right?? I have short-term memory loss, I think). You can both have a lovely crunchy brown leaf I found on the sidewalk. They're nice decorations, don't you think? Penny, yours even has this cute little green bug thing on it! Eurgh, what's it doing?

Hey, Liz!! Don't eat it!!! *watches in awe as strange transformations begin*


Liz Mann - Jul 3, 2005 10:03 pm (#221 of 2575)
Edited by Jul 3, 2005 3:03 pm

Wow, what's happening to me?

Hermionefan - thanks for reminding me there'll only be one book left. I was happy until then trying to decide which of the many excellent questions to vote for on Mugglenet. Oh well. If she takes as long with book seven as with HBP, there's still another two years left. And if she takes as long as with book five, there'll be three. I can wait, although I may do so impatiently.


Emily - Jul 4, 2005 4:26 pm (#222 of 2575)

Ooh! I want a spot in the DBMIR ward! I should be finished in two days, but sign me up for four so I can reread. Please note that projected reading time only includes about four hours a night for sleep, I'll have to eat and read at the same time.


Elfcat - Jul 5, 2005 9:42 pm (#223 of 2575)

EEEKK! Eleven Days left! I need a spot in that ward, STAT!


Ticker - Jul 8, 2005 3:44 pm (#224 of 2575)
Edited by Jul 8, 2005 8:44 am

Don't worry Liz. I'm sure the spots will fade and the fangs will hopefully stop growing when they reach your forehead. You'll get used to the drooling by then too.

Or you could try eating this bug.

No, no... not... oops. That was just a regular grasshopper. What? You mean you like to eat bugs now? Ewwwww. You better get some real healing advice . . . . & soon. You don't want anything to preclude your admittance into the DBMIR Ward.


Liz Mann - Jul 8, 2005 6:37 pm (#225 of 2575)
Edited by Jul 8, 2005 11:38 am

I think I need to go lie down in the Sudden-Burst-Of-Excitement-Over-HBP Ward. It's finally happening! Thank you back cover of the US edition!


Ticker - Jul 9, 2005 9:25 pm (#226 of 2575)

Yes, I was tempted to see if the nice greeters at WalMart would notice if I carried out the HBP sign by the front door.


Ticker - Jul 11, 2005 4:24 am (#227 of 2575)

Anyone else having Harry Potter appearing in their dreams? I had one in which we were in a borrowed car & he was driving. I woke up trying to figure out if he was old enough to drive & how he would have learned in the first place. Then I had one in which I was Harry & I was flying with McGonagall to somewhere in Colorado but I couldn't control my broom. I woke up wondering why Harry Potter would have flying problems.

Healer, healer... what does it mean?!? (Besides that I really need to quit asking "Why" and waking myself up from such fun dreams...)


Liz Mann - Jul 11, 2005 4:48 pm (#228 of 2575)
Edited by Jul 11, 2005 9:49 am

I have Harry Potter dreams too but not recently.


Penny Lane. - Jul 11, 2005 4:53 pm (#229 of 2575)

I've had recent Harry Potter Dreams too!!! And HBP dreams, and I really, really, really need a spot in the "Sudden Burst of Excitement" ward! And one in the Overuse of Exclamation Points Ward!


Hermionefan(#1) - Jul 13, 2005 1:15 am (#230 of 2575)

I haven't had Harry Potter dreams recently But I have had one about when I was at camp! Which has nothing to do with anything but thats okay! We have this chalkboard-notice board thingie so I scribbled 4 DAYS!!! all over it


Viola Intonada - Jul 13, 2005 2:29 am (#231 of 2575)

I'm getting excited. I might just have to eat some lime jello to calm down. I might as well start getting my spot ready in the ward. Let see, I will need a few dozen chocolate frogs, a several bottles of butterbeer, a box a kleenex (just in case). Hmm, what am I forgetting...


Hermionefan(#1) - Jul 13, 2005 4:19 am (#232 of 2575)

A bedpan?

Well I suppose I should get my spot ready too...I'm thinking a nice bookshelf with the rest of the series so I can reference if I need too...and since I'm never comfortable in one position for a long time, a nice waterbed, and a couch, and a beanbag, and a hammock. Also a fridge and a microwave. Can I fit all that? Of course I can, it's St. Mungo’s. I'm starting to get really exited now...


Liz Mann - Jul 13, 2005 9:53 am (#233 of 2575)

Three more days! Three more days!

I'll be queuing up for three hours on Friday to get mine! The book shop's entertainment is starting at nine, which means that's when the crowds will probably start arriving (they're expecting about two hundred people) and I don't want to be at the back of the line.

What's three hours of standing in one spot when HBP is at the end of it?


Ticker - Jul 13, 2005 6:49 pm (#234 of 2575)

I'm hoping my city is small enough to not have a 3 hour queue at Borders. I was ecstatic to get a phone call from Jim Dale last night to remind me about my reserved copy - like I'd forget. I got off the phone wondering if I could have pressed a different number to get him to speak longer. Sigh.

59 hours, 10 minutes.


Liz Mann - Jul 13, 2005 9:53 pm (#235 of 2575)

I need a temporary place in the Mad-At-Stupid-Bookstores-Who-Can't-Wait-Two-More-Days-Before-Selling-The-Books Ward. There was one in Canada, one in New York, and someone on the main forum has just said she found it in a bookstore in Paris! The last of those doesn't seem to have been caught yet.


Viola Intonada - Jul 14, 2005 3:08 am (#236 of 2575)

You're right, Hermionefan! How could I forget my bedpan? I also have a couch that as a fluffy soft end and a hard, more supportive end. I'll have my house elf bring me sodas and other food.

I got my phone call from Jim Dale, too, Ticker! I was fortunate enough to not be home when the call came, so it is on my answering machine. I haven't been able to bring myself to erase it from my machine yet. (I don't have to worry about anyone else deleting it, my family always leaves that up to me. I don't think they even know how)


Sabotage - Jul 14, 2005 8:54 pm (#237 of 2575)

I've just figured out that I won't be able to get HBP till Monday! **Runs off into the Darn All the Minority Neville's! Ward (DAMN for short).**

We forgetful-people are going to unite and hold a protest against the olden folk in my house.


Viola Intonada - Jul 14, 2005 11:39 pm (#238 of 2575)

Oh, Sabby, what terrible news. I feel very bad for you. Not bad enough to delay my reading of the book until you get yours, but I will think of you occasionally, if I'm not too absorbed in the book.


Liz Mann - Jul 15, 2005 8:04 pm (#239 of 2575)

Just dropping in to say - HAVE A GREAT TIME READING HALF-BLOOD PRINCE, EVERYBODY!!! See you soon!

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Closure of St. Mungo's while HBP is being read

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Liz Mann - Jul 17, 2005 6:58 pm (#240 of 2575)
Edited by Jul 17, 2005 11:58 am

I'm moving out of the HNBMIR ward and into the Recovering-From-Half-Blood-Prince Ward. I need a good course of calming potions. Part C - St. Mungo's Lexicon Hospital for the Incurably Insane (May, 2005 to March, 2011) 793915934


Marie E. - Jul 18, 2005 4:39 am (#241 of 2575)

I think we all do, Liz. We all do.


PyroGrl - Jul 18, 2005 5:28 am (#242 of 2575)

* *Moves into Recovering-From-HBP ward as well** I...I...I...never woulda thunk it...


dizzy lizzy - Jul 18, 2005 6:11 am (#243 of 2575)

**moves into Recovering-from-HBP ward in her puppy shape and begins looking for a nice comforting smelly bone to chew...**


Hermionefan(#1) - Jul 18, 2005 5:15 pm (#244 of 2575)

**follows everyone into Recovering-From-HBP ward**


Emily - Jul 18, 2005 6:10 pm (#245 of 2575)

Oh, me too. *About to cry* Why him?


Liz Mann - Jul 18, 2005 6:58 pm (#246 of 2575)

I was expecting it to be him. But I wasn't expecting how. But that's for the main forum.

*settles into a nice bed in the ward*

Sigh! I feel much better now.


Sabotage - Jul 19, 2005 1:17 am (#247 of 2575)

*punches pillow on her unmade bed in the DAMN ward*

All this and I burn my back?! This is too much to take.

*hides in the nearest closet and sniffles*


dobbyiscool - Jul 21, 2005 12:22 am (#248 of 2575)

Wow, I need a bed in the 'Recovering' ward, too.


Sabotage - Jul 21, 2005 6:36 pm (#249 of 2575)

*packs up belongings and prepares to move into the DBMIR ward*

I got the book! I just can't read it till we leave for our four hour drive tomorrow. Plus, my back isn't sunburned anymore!

*waggles antlers in joy*


Liz Mann - Jul 21, 2005 8:34 pm (#250 of 2575)

Have a good journey, Sabby.

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Part C - St. Mungo's Lexicon Hospital for the Incurably Insane (May, 2005 to March, 2011) Empty Chocolate in the Wall

Post  Lady Arabella on Thu Jun 07, 2012 8:09 pm


Elfcat - Jul 22, 2005 1:31 am (#251 of 2575)

TOO FREAKY!! Ticker, you said you had a dream where Harry was driving but he's too young and doesn't know how?!?!?!? I HAD ONE TOO!! Exactly like that! Except for the minor detail that it wasn't actually Harry, just my friend who looks like him, but it has the same effect.

*sobers up after momentary outbreak and joins others in HBP recovery ward*

*imagines Sabby sitting in the back seat of a car with her antlers out of the window and HBP in her lap, and loses previously gained sobriety*


prof sprout - Jul 22, 2005 12:13 pm (#252 of 2575)

Okay, residents I expect most of you are in the recovery ward. I would like everyone to be vigilant, because I believe we will have a bunch of new residents entering soon, after reading Book Six. Please, be very friendly and ready and willing to answer and help these new residents. Especially once everyone is allowed to talk about the forbidden manuscript.

PS I was so shocked by book six, I'm still thinking about the death. Sad

PSS Any moderator: Are we allowed to use the names of the WWW inventions, or is that considered spoiler? I'm sure the residents can't wait to use some of them on the staff.


PyroGrl - Jul 22, 2005 10:03 pm (#253 of 2575)
Edited by Jul 22, 2005 4:17 pm

**Glances at Gina R. Snape nervously** Ummmm...Alright, cancel my subscription to Snape products. Especially the shampoo.

Ironically, Draco has become even more of my favourite character now. Who woulda thunk it?


Ticker - Jul 22, 2005 11:02 pm (#254 of 2575)


*Pushes off the aides trying to drag me out of the DBMIR Ward & into the Recovering-From-HBP Ward…* I've got to read it again! I must have missed something. I know I mis-read something. I've got to go back! No! Let me go!

*Disappears into a padded cell, kicking, screaming & leaving fingernail scratches down the hallway floor...*


Liz Mann - Jul 22, 2005 11:20 pm (#255 of 2575)
Edited by Jul 22, 2005 4:22 pm

Ouch! I hate that sound. *cringe*

Ticker, Ticker, Ticker, letting go is the first step to recovery.

Edit: Is it just my computer, or are the smilies not showing themselves on this forum until you make an edit.


Emily - Jul 22, 2005 11:40 pm (#256 of 2575)
Edited by Jul 22, 2005 4:49 pm

Pyro, why cancel? Sorry, On my edit I realized that the other stuff I put here might be a spoiler. I'll make that comment later- but Pyro, you know what I mean?

Ticker- could you please find another way to express your anger at being moved, perhaps more quietly? I'm rereading, so I need the peace!

Liz- I don't know, I'll check. Random smiley:

Edit: It didn't show the first time. 2nd random smiley:

Edit 2: Now they both work. Weird.


PyroGrl - Jul 23, 2005 2:04 am (#257 of 2575)

Because it's...it's...well, I don't want to...you know, give away anything...but it's HIM! AARGH!

It's not just the smilies, Liz. Sometimes when I come on here everything is in Chinese.


Viola Intonada - Jul 23, 2005 2:50 am (#258 of 2575)

*Wails uncontrollably, used tissues laying all around. Has to be bodily removed from DNBMIR ward and into the recovery ward*

WAAAHHHHH!!!!! Sniffle, sniffle. WAAAAHHHHH!


Emily - Jul 23, 2005 11:47 pm (#259 of 2575)

Yeah, I know what you mean, Pyro... but still... the evidence of - UGH! How do you say anything without giving anything away?

And Chinese? Huh. Never had that, that could be frustrating.

It's OK, Viola, we're all sad. Or in Pyro's case incredibly angry.


Liz Mann - Jul 24, 2005 12:10 am (#260 of 2575)

Be careful, Pyro, you don't want them to put you in the anger management ward. I heard Harry was in there for a bit over the summer, that's why he calmed down.


Pinky - Jul 24, 2005 1:54 am (#261 of 2575)

Wow! I accidentally got sucked into the DBMIR ward 2 months ago, and only just now got loose. All kinds of amazing things have happened in my absence. The antlers are just adorable, by the way. I believe Gred and Forge are waiting on the official go-ahead on the main forum, before they will be able to start selling their most recent products to us. In the meantime.... eat more canary creams!!! (I'm pretty sure they used a calming draught instead of the usual canary cream.)


PyroGrl - Jul 24, 2005 3:44 am (#262 of 2575)

Aaaaaaand...some of the writing is Chinese again. Crikey, this is annoying.

Oh...so that WAS Harry I saw when I passed by! I thought it was, but I realized that no one in their right mind would put him in a green and silver straitjacket.


Liz Mann - Jul 24, 2005 3:33 pm (#263 of 2575)

Green and silver? No wonder he was mad!


Ticker - Jul 24, 2005 10:25 pm (#264 of 2575)

Sorry about the racket. I've agreed to not scream if they'd let me out of the straight jacket. It's quite difficult I'll have you know.

Ooooh pyro, do what you can to be released from the Anger Management Ward quickly. Not only do they severely starch their straightjackets but they have the absolute worst Muzak playing on the overheads. Those healers are really warped down there.


Hermionefan(#1) - Jul 25, 2005 2:36 am (#265 of 2575)

**Stares at ceiling in the HBP-recovery ward** not him!!!!!! not now!!!!


PyroGrl - Jul 25, 2005 8:39 pm (#266 of 2575)

Merlin, it's quiet here in summer. Methinks I'll dig a hole in the wall with my spoons.


dizzy lizzy - Jul 26, 2005 1:05 am (#267 of 2575)

Do you want a couple of paws to help you dig pyro??? I've finished that lovely smelly bone and if I don't find something to do I'm really gonna have to start chewing something else!


Ticker - Jul 26, 2005 3:52 am (#268 of 2575)

*Moves stinky tennis shoe inhabited by my foot out of lizzy's way…*

I'll help you guys with the hole in the wall. I've got a shiny button off that last straight jacket & a paper clip in my pocket. I'd also be more than willing to bash my head against the wall if that should prove helpful.


Liz Mann - Jul 26, 2005 2:02 pm (#269 of 2575)

Why are we digging a hole in the wall? *moves to help anyway*


B]Emily[/B] - Jul 26, 2005 2:27 pm (#270 of 2575)

Is this the wall that someone hid chocolate behind? I've got a rock in my pocket that I picked up in the last quidditch match that I can use.


Hermionefan(#1) - Jul 26, 2005 6:50 pm (#271 of 2575)

I wanna help, I've got nothing else to do. *grabs shovel used for cleaning guinea pig cage* It's kind of covered in...poo...but that's okay.


PyroGrl - Jul 26, 2005 7:08 pm (#272 of 2575)

Haven't any idea. When it gets quiet, I just start digging...See all the posters in my room? Yes, I know there are over a dozen...well, take the posters down...


Ticker - Jul 27, 2005 7:47 pm (#273 of 2575)

Oh, yeah... the people in them were all moving out of the way so nicely I almost forgot...


PyroGrl - Jul 28, 2005 8:10 pm (#274 of 2575)

We're gonna have a lot of cleaning to do later. Hey, check it out! It IS the wall that the chocolate is hidden behind!!

**Pulls it out for everyone to share**


Liz Mann - Jul 28, 2005 8:23 pm (#275 of 2575)
Edited by Jul 28, 2005 1:24 pm

Woo hoo! We've struck chocolate! *gets a pick axe and starts mining it out of the walls* No problem on the cleaning front, we have MAGIC!

Edit: Hey, the smilies are working again.


Emily - Jul 28, 2005 9:20 pm (#276 of 2575)
Edited by Jul 28, 2005 2:20 pm


Are you saying you still have a wand, Liz? 'Cuz I was gonna say just let the Healers clean up, what else do they get paid for?


Liz Mann - Jul 29, 2005 5:52 pm (#277 of 2575)

Shhh! It's hidden in my sock drawer, Emily, magically disguised as a pair of snitch-patterned socks.


VeronikaG - Jul 29, 2005 9:00 pm (#278 of 2575)

Yum, chocolate!

As usual, I've been trapped in the sane world for quite some time. This time they barely found out where to admit me to, as you had moved again. The feared they'd just have to put up with my insanity before they found you.

Is there a vacant room with a view of the garden? Preferably on the ground floor, because I have a few cats and dogs with me, and they need to be able to let themselves in and out of the window. And Pip doesn't like climbing pipes to get out. I also need a new closet. It was very convenient to have that wardrobe with extra wizard space. Pip had quite a neat apartment in it, and she didn't like moving much.

I'm thinking about dabbling a bit in potions and herbology now that I'm back. Hopefully that can make my cooking more interesting.


PyroGrl - Jul 30, 2005 4:28 am (#279 of 2575)

I got hypnotised today. Strangest sensation ever, because it's not what you'd expect...you're totally relaxed and conscious and have your own thoughts, but...Yeah. It's so weird.


prof sprout - Jul 30, 2005 2:13 pm (#280 of 2575)

I'm just waiting for the okay, to distribute the new order forms for the bigger, better, new and improved WW. They said they would give a discount to anyone at St. Mungo’s, who promises to annoy the PAID staff. (remember I'm just a volunteer, no pay, no pranks ;o) )

I'm sure they can make a killing on I Love an HP Character ward ;o)

If anyone who notices the hour the order forms can be released, please post, with the first order.


VeronikaG - Jul 30, 2005 9:12 pm (#281 of 2575)

I think the "I love Lupin" ward will be very crowded.

What are you ordering Professor Sprout? I just came back, and I'm insane, remember, so I'm afraid I'm not quite with you. But if it's something cool, I wanna!

Finally settled into my new room. This one needed a bit of redecoration, as the last inhabitant was very fond of psychedelic patterns. But now it has lovely green and gold wall papers, the ceiling has gotten a make over so it shows spinning planets and stars, and the puny little closet has been expanded with a bathroom, kitchen, living room, extra bedroom, play area for cats, greenhouse and library. It's funny what you can do with a toothbrush. A 14 inch cherry tree toothbrush with a core of phoenix feather. He he.


Marie E. - Aug 1, 2005 9:15 pm (#282 of 2575)

I heard there was chocolate in here?


I just finished rereading.

*pulls covers up over head*

dobbyiscool - Aug 2, 2005 9:17 pm (#283 of 2575)

Can we order stuff from WWW yet?

**inspects the chocolate pyro is handing out** Who hid this in the wall? And when? **continues inspecting chocolate, not wanting to wind up purple or something**

Wow, prof sprout, I thought that watching us would be a high paying job. I was sure you were rolling in the galleons!


Ticker - Aug 2, 2005 9:17 pm (#284 of 2575)

And Veronica, I must say, you have the shiniest, whitest teeth I've seen in a good long while.

*Takes another bite of chocolate...*


Liz Mann - Aug 2, 2005 10:00 pm (#285 of 2575)

Can we order stuff from WWW yet?

I should think so since the HBP spoiler restrictions are off on the main forum now.

I want a Pygmy Puff!


Emily - Aug 2, 2005 11:44 pm (#286 of 2575)
Edited by Aug 2, 2005 4:45 pm

I want one of those Day Dream Charms. Not that mine aren't good enough, but new topics are always welcome, and if Hermione was impressed....

By the way, very good chocolate! *hasn't noticed wings growing out of her back*


Pinky - Aug 3, 2005 2:09 am (#287 of 2575)

~**Spoilers are now allowed here as well - so go ahead and order!**~


prof sprout - Aug 4, 2005 11:35 am (#288 of 2575)

Here are some more order forms, please mark the items you want, make sure you order the correct items. Now remember if using anyone's credit card in particular you may want to just place one big order every month. And remember I'm a volunteer, NOT PAID. The other staff members are rolling in the galleons. So have fun, and look because they are anticipating a huge order from you lot they sent along a sample of their newest item. You No Poo ;o) Everyone please be careful of love potions.


Hermionefan(#1) - Aug 4, 2005 4:54 pm (#289 of 2575)

Do we have Rufus Scrimgeours credit card??

I want a pink Pygmy Puff!! Do they stock Felix Felicis? 'Cuz they should!!


PyroGrl - Aug 4, 2005 11:30 pm (#290 of 2575)

Is anyone else getting really nervous about the fourth movie? I had this nightmare last night that they totally mutilated it...first of all, they turned it into this anime movie. Then, Harry was a SUPERHERO who could fly. THEN, the Yule Ball was this night club. THEN - and here's the best part - they left out the Triwizard Tournament AND Voldemort's return. Please, Healers, give me my meds today, I think I need them!


Liz Mann - Aug 4, 2005 11:49 pm (#291 of 2575)
Edited by Aug 4, 2005 4:49 pm

Hee hee! Cool dream, Pyro!

Hey, could I add your dream to the dreams page of my website? Go to the link and email it in as much detail as you can remember to the address given. I need someone to add the first one other than myself, because no one wants to be the first.

*keeps on digging* Hey! I think I've found something! It's... a gold coin. Huh. How did that get in there? *digs a bit further and suddenly a shower of gold coins starts flowing out of the wall* Woo hoo! I've struck a gold mine! Does, erm... does this belong to anyone in particular?


PyroGrl - Aug 4, 2005 11:53 pm (#292 of 2575)
Edited by Aug 4, 2005 4:54 pm

LOL. Yeah sure, go ahead...all I can remember from it is posted here. And at my livejournal.

Gold, hmmm? I think it might be-OUCH! Oi! What was that?


RUN! We've hit a leprechaun...er...nest...THING! They're vicious!! ...What do you mean, you won't attack if everyone gives you their hair?


dizzy lizzy - Aug 5, 2005 7:33 am (#293 of 2575)

Sorry I couldn't help you in your dig in the end, my human form decided to reassert itself for a while - very painful *whines quietly at the memory*.

mmmm...leprechaun gold...."woof! woof!" and the leprechaun disappear and everyone stands around looking confused....at the gold...


VeronikaG - Aug 5, 2005 7:59 pm (#294 of 2575)

I think I want two bottles of color changing ink, ten self-inking quills (five spell-checking and five smart-answer), one box of canary creams, two pairs of extendable ears and some fire crackers. And I do believe pygmy puffs are nice Pip-sized pets. She's just a little house elf kid you know, cats are bigger than her. I think we say two pygmy puffs, on pink and one purple. Just put it all at Mr. Scrimgeor's credit card. Or Umbridge's.


Liz Mann - Aug 5, 2005 8:34 pm (#295 of 2575)

What about Lucius's. I mean, it's not like he's using it these days.


VeronikaG - Aug 6, 2005 10:25 pm (#296 of 2575)
Edited by Aug 6, 2005 3:25 pm

Is there still any money on it? After everything you guys have bought?

Liz, where did your magical dog go? (I play Petz too. Hard to get in Norway, still looking for Dogz.)


Kip Carter - Aug 6, 2005 11:30 pm (#297 of 2575)
Edited by Aug 6, 2005 4:36 pm

For everyone's information, Lucius's card has been suspended indefinitely per instruction from the Minister of Magic at the request of the Directors at Gringotts. It appears there were huge withdrawals on the last few months and until things have settled down, the card has either a spell or a charm that allows officials at Gringotts to activate a very painful hex against anyone attempting to use it whenever the Goblins feel a card is being misused.

I hate to be the bearer of such bad news, but I would suggest that you return the card to me as soon as possible for safe-keeping. According to the MOM's letter, the Healers at St. Mungo's know of no cure for the unknown spell or charm.

No other cards are available, so any purchases should be avoided unless you have available Galleons. Sorry! We are going to have to deal only with what we have. The present bank account is at 31 Galleons, 14 Sickles, and 7 Knuts. That has to last until the next funds for the MOM arrives the first of August. And there are 18 Galleons and 6 Sickles already obligated to be paid between now and the end of the month.


Marie E. - Aug 7, 2005 4:13 pm (#298 of 2575)

Do the gold coins found in the wall count? Or were they leprechaun money?


Ticker - Aug 7, 2005 6:56 pm (#299 of 2575)
Edited by Aug 7, 2005 11:57 am

They count until they disappear...

Quick, quick! Let me out! I HAVE to go shopping... . . . Right NOW!


Liz Mann - Aug 7, 2005 8:08 pm (#300 of 2575)

So we can't use Lucius's credit card. What about Umbridge's?

Veronika - my dog has been shut in his kennel for bad behaviour. I decided to use this picture to advertise my Cafe Press shop in the meantime. Besides, I think it's a very pretty picture and I took it myself.
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Part C - St. Mungo's Lexicon Hospital for the Incurably Insane (May, 2005 to March, 2011) Empty No Credit - But We'll Take Cash

Post  Lady Arabella on Fri Jun 08, 2012 7:27 pm


Kip Carter - Aug 7, 2005 9:55 pm (#301 of 2575)

Liz, Sorry, but there are no credit cards available period. Gringotts has pulled the plug on everyone's account right now. Until we hear from the MOM, who is meeting with the goblins on a daily basis, the only funds we have are what is in the safe here and that has dropped four galleons and two knuts since my last post. Unless the expenditure is absolutely necessary, it will be denied. All purchase orders have been cancelled. Times are tough for everyone. You are going to have to live with what you have. There are really no funds for anything. Maybe some of you have a rich uncle or aunt?


Pigwidgeon - Aug 7, 2005 10:03 pm (#302 of 2575)

Nuts! And I so wanted a teal Pygmy Puff!

Perhaps I can get a street corner in Diagon Alley and sing -- there may be people who would pay me plenty to stifle it!


Oh my darlin'

Oh my darlin'

Oh my darlin' Clemintine....


dizzy lizzy - Aug 8, 2005 2:52 am (#303 of 2575)

So how much do you need? Pulls purse full of gold coins out of cyberspace with her teeth and paws and sits on it. **growls at greedy hands edging closer to the purse**

**looks at gobsmacked faces with puzzlement***

didn't I tell you I'm a filthy rich little muggle who knows how to shapeshift and landed up in St Mungo's?????


Marie E. - Aug 8, 2005 4:49 am (#304 of 2575)

Yay! Lizzy's a filthy rich Muggle!

Wait. What are doing in St. Mungo's if you're a Muggle? Oh you poor dear. Did some wizard hex you?

*Growls at the bad, Muggle-baiting wizards*


Ticker - Aug 8, 2005 6:07 am (#305 of 2575)

Aaaaaoooooooooooohhh, Pig...What are you, crazy or something? With a voice like that you could put the alley cats out of business.

*Sticks head under pillow...*

Mmmmmf, mmmmmf, mmmfmmmm.... *Translation: Good girl, Lizzy!*


dizzy lizzy - Aug 8, 2005 6:28 am (#306 of 2575)

Yeah I got hexed by my science teacher at school one day (I wasn't listening to her - too busy snogging this fellow I was keen on at the back of the classroom) and for some reason I've never been cured. The money is good as it means I'm a private patient here at St Mungo's. That’s how a muggle girl gets to stay here!!!

The goblins at Gringotts keep my money safe, they're too scared of me and my animagus gift to do anything to me... *howls in delight*

***shrugs and shakes self so white hair falls all over the place**


Viola Intonada - Aug 9, 2005 2:29 am (#307 of 2575)

My chocolate!!!! My gold!!!!!! Pyro, I didn't realize our rooms are right next to each other. That is real gold, though I had my Leprachauns guarding it. I hope they didn't hurt anyone too badly. I had Bill withdraw a large sum of my money for me given the upgrade security at Gringott's. Oh, and by the way, all of the chocolate was a gift from Gred and Forge, so please be careful.

Kip, here is Lucius's credit card back. I was about to place a large order to Weasley's Wizard Wheezes, I'm glad I read your post before I click on "Check-out", that could have been really, really bad.


Liz Mann - Aug 9, 2005 2:45 pm (#308 of 2575)

Oh, so it's your gold, Viola. So why were you going to use Lucius's credit card to buy the stuff from Weasley's Wizard Wheezes, then?


Kip Carter - Aug 9, 2005 4:36 pm (#309 of 2575)

Viola, thank you for returning Lucius's credit card. I have sent it to Cissy for safe keeping. If she or Draco tries to uses it, let them "enjoy the benefits". I am glad you did not attempt to use it. What has already happened to you is bad enough. Remember to be a part of a team, you need to share what you have with your other team mates, including possibly your gold!


Viola Intonada - Aug 9, 2005 6:29 pm (#310 of 2575)
Edited by Aug 9, 2005 11:30 am

Yes, Kip, *digs toe into ground, pouts* I'll share with my fellow inmates, if I have to. But I was saving up in order to install a new swimming pool for St. Mungo's.

Liz, I was only trying to maintain an active credit history for Lucius while he is in Azkaban. *has fake, angelic smile on her face*


Liz Mann - Aug 9, 2005 6:39 pm (#311 of 2575)

A new swimming pool? Ooooh, I like the idea of that! Maybe we can all chip in?


Hermionefan(#1) - Aug 10, 2005 1:11 am (#312 of 2575)

Yes, I've got a fake Galleon you could have!! Could the water be color-changing?? And could we have a diving board and slide and waterfall?


PyroGrl - Aug 10, 2005 3:43 am (#313 of 2575)

**Is hiding the real Draco in the closet while Imposter!Draco abnormally keeps his room clean**

Well, would I be able to send some Muggle money to Gringotts to have it converted to wizard money?


Emily - Aug 10, 2005 9:24 pm (#314 of 2575)

Yes, but it might take a while to get it back... and the goblins might have to come check that you are really you.

Wait a minute- Draco's here!? Where/Why/How? And we also have an Imposter!Draco? Where are all these people coming from?


PyroGrl - Aug 10, 2005 9:56 pm (#315 of 2575)

Shhh! No one knows that he's here.


Viola Intonada - Aug 10, 2005 11:18 pm (#316 of 2575)

Oh, yes, the pool will have diving boards, slides and a waterfall. Maybe even a underwater cave. I would like it to be a memorial to DIGS.


Sabotage - Aug 11, 2005 3:18 am (#317 of 2575)

*heads out of the DBMIR ward and through her hole to her room, pausing to grab some chocolate*

Hi, guys. I'm back. I was camping for a long time. I'm pretty tired because I had to... DRIVE THE CAR ALL THE WAY HOME FROM THE LAKE! (an hour and a half drive)

I'm off to phone Fred and George to see if they can get their hands on a magic carpet for me.


Liz Mann - Aug 11, 2005 11:14 am (#318 of 2575)

Why a magic carpet? Can't you use your bedpan?


Emily - Aug 11, 2005 9:16 pm (#319 of 2575)

A magic carpet might be more comfy for long trips. But SHHH! Don't let the staff know about it, magic carpets were outlawed. I'm assuming that's why you want Gred and Forge to get it for you?


Viola Intonada - Aug 12, 2005 2:04 am (#320 of 2575)

Ooooo, a magic carpet? I just want to warn you, I had one of those once. In an effort to hide it from the ministry (Yeah, I know this was stupid, but hey, I am a resident of St. Mungo's now) I used it as a throw rug in my bedroom. One night I was having a very realistic dream that I was flying over the Sahara desert. It was quite a shock when I woke up to find myself actually flying over the Sahara Desert. I have since gotten rid of all magic carpets from my house and refuse to buy anymore.

You do want you want, but don't say I didn't warn you.


PyroGrl - Aug 12, 2005 2:18 am (#321 of 2575)

**Snorts pop through nose and onto keyboard** Oi, thanks! *laughs anyway and cleans up*


PyroGrl - Aug 12, 2005 11:14 pm (#322 of 2575)

Tis quiet.


RANDOM LOVE! *Hugs everyone* I'm so HAPPY!


Viola Intonada - Aug 13, 2005 2:17 am (#323 of 2575)

Nothing like a little pop through the nose to clear those sinuses.

You're right Pyro. It is rather quiet around here. Do you think something is going on and everyone forgot to tell us? Maybe everyone else got kidknapped by a crumpled horn snorkrack. Or, *gasp* maybe it was the chocolate everyone ate. I'd better get a hold of Gred and Forge to find out what was in those!!!!


Hermionefan(#1) - Aug 13, 2005 3:40 pm (#324 of 2575)

No wait, I'm still alive!! I didn't eat the chocolate!! (Go me) *Is hugged by pyro* good to see you too...we should probably try and rescue everyone else, maybe the frogs were portkeys? Unless everyone's still here and they're planning to randomly pop up and yell "BOO!!" (or maybe they're just sleeping).


PyroGrl - Aug 13, 2005 5:45 pm (#325 of 2575)

Is it someone's birthday? *Ignores Ginny-Sue, who had a birthday two days ago*


Liz Mann - Aug 13, 2005 6:15 pm (#326 of 2575)

BOO!! Part C - St. Mungo's Lexicon Hospital for the Incurably Insane (May, 2005 to March, 2011) 2775603007

I'm still here. I think I saw everyone else get sucked into the wall. But that might just be the medication the healers gave me.


PyroGrl - Aug 13, 2005 6:48 pm (#327 of 2575)

Oh Liz, I was looking on your site in the Music section and saw Sante Fe, and just wanted to saw that it's from "Newsies", not "News Boys". *Loffs Newsies*


Hermionefan(#1) - Aug 13, 2005 7:15 pm (#328 of 2575)

News Boys rock!!

Shall we bravely set out on a brave quest to bravely rescue our brave friends bravely?


Liz Mann - Aug 13, 2005 8:30 pm (#329 of 2575)

It was on the TV recently and it was called News Boys but on my soundtrack for it it's Newsies. I think it can be found by both names.


Viola Intonada - Aug 15, 2005 1:59 am (#330 of 2575)

Only four of us still around??!!!??

*time passes*

Alright, I've spoken to Fred and George. They said they did experiment with the chocolate a bit. Everyone is still here, they are just unconscious and invisible. They recommend spraying the area with butterbeer, this will somehow reverse the invisibility. Then, and this is the part that makes me really nervous, we have to put lime jello in their mouths to bring them back to consciousness.

Sounds weird, I know, but we owe it to our friends to try. Do you think they would ever forgive us for the lime jello though?


PyroGrl - Aug 15, 2005 2:10 am (#331 of 2575)

I don't know...maybe we should spike the jello with Rosmerta's finest! *Begins spraying Butterbeer*

Alright, I can hear you all protesting! Don't get mad at me!


Well, we can see where the jello hits them. But they're all mad because now they're all sticky.


Sabotage - Aug 15, 2005 9:11 pm (#332 of 2575)

I'm here still! Fred and George haven't gotten back to me on the carpet but I'm still happy because I found my favorite treat. I had to take it from the Healer's staff room. I think they might be getting a little worn down because none of them noticed a half transparent floating patient with huge antlers on her head taking a board game.

*offers scrabble pieces to every one still here*

Anyone want an O? I think they're the best,

*munches down on letters*


Emily - Aug 15, 2005 10:20 pm (#333 of 2575)

I'm here! No lime jello; please, I beg you!

Sabby- I feel like having a V today, if you've got any left. Those are definitely the best. It's good news that the Healers are worn down, isn't it. The paid staff only, of course, Prof. Sprout! Now's the time to stage our extremely poorly planned revolt! Shh! Erm, I didn't say anything...

*starts licking butterbeer off arm* Viola- this is good, but I really do prefer using cups. Just for future reference.

*hugs Pyro back* Band Camp is almost over! I'm so happy! On the other hand, schools starts next Wednesday. / Sad, because no more free time (Not that I've currently got much with band camp.) But, Happy because I'll see my muggle (and, unfortunately, sane) friends again!


dizzy lizzy - Aug 16, 2005 5:34 am (#334 of 2575)

well I dunno where I went, but the butter beer tastes nice **continues licking butter beer off coat**


PyroGrl - Aug 16, 2005 7:56 am (#335 of 2575)

...I may be getting a crush on Tom Riddle. Oh, do I have to kidnap HIM as well? I already have an imposter!Draco at the Malfoy Manor and an imposter!Blaise at his house.

I blame it entirely on the scene in the Smith house (Hepzibah-Zacharias? Hmmm) where his eyes flashed red.


Emily - Aug 17, 2005 4:29 pm (#336 of 2575)
Edited by Aug 17, 2005 9:29 am

Pyro, I'd rather not have the Real!Riddle around. Maybe you could make the Imposter! version for yourself- you know, a nice, safe version. I feel sure that if we had even just an eighteen or nineteen or whatever he was year old Tom Riddle wandering around wreaking havoc, the Healers would notice, and you might get in trouble. Malfoy and Zabini are one thing, but the Dork Lard is just too much...


Viola Intonada - Aug 18, 2005 3:22 am (#337 of 2575)

Pyro, there is no doubt that you belong here if you want to bring Voldy here. How about if you put red contact lens on Malfoy? Would that be good enough for you?


PyroGrl - Aug 18, 2005 5:11 am (#338 of 2575)

Um. No, I like his grey eyes. **Sighs** Alright, I'll just bring the Imposter!Tom Riddle here. Probably less dangerous, anyways.


Liz Mann - Aug 18, 2005 12:56 pm (#339 of 2575)

Good decision, Pyro. He'd probably kill you and then lay siege to St Mungo's as part of his quest to power.


Ticker - Aug 18, 2005 4:17 pm (#340 of 2575)
Edited by Aug 18, 2005 9:19 am


*Gags on lime jello and passes into the awake but comatose state St. Mungo's lime jello is notorious for causing... As for my previous awake but comatose state, I make no excuse...*


PyroGrl - Aug 18, 2005 11:22 pm (#341 of 2575)

Fair point, Liz. *sighs* But this Imposter!Tom is boring. *chucks him out the window* I'll just settle for Draco and Blaise.


Sabotage - Aug 19, 2005 12:38 am (#342 of 2575)

*catches Imposter!Tom*

Maybe if I give him some jello he'll liven up.

*starts feeding Tom great spoonfulls of cherry jello, licorice jello, and bubblegum jello*


PyroGrl - Aug 19, 2005 1:02 am (#343 of 2575)

He can't. He's a dummy. Look. *inserts hand to gap and starts moving the mouth* He's useless. *chucks him into the rubbish bin and lights fire*


Sabotage - Aug 19, 2005 5:10 am (#344 of 2575)



PyroGrl - Aug 20, 2005 4:37 am (#345 of 2575)

Um...yeah, he's gone. Sorry. (MY Tom).

Alright, the jell-resistant gloves are on. Let's start spoon-feeding these patients!!


Marie E. - Aug 20, 2005 6:37 pm (#346 of 2575)

Was imposter!Tom acting like Real!Tom? Cause that kid was not very nice. Please don't spoon-feed any of the jello to me. Last time I had some I woke up months later with calamari bits all around me.


Elfcat - Aug 22, 2005 4:11 am (#347 of 2575)

The things I miss when I'm busy!

Pyro---I've been hypnotized too and I know exactly what you mean! I could hear the guy talking and people going in and out of the room and stuff, but I was in this trancy-thing at the same time! It's kind of like being in two places at once, don't you think?

Hermy--this is going to sound way weird if I'm wrong but... have you ever seen "The Lost Skeleton of Cadavra"?


Ticker - Aug 22, 2005 4:27 am (#348 of 2575)



Hermionefan(#1) - Aug 23, 2005 11:52 pm (#349 of 2575)
Edited by Aug 23, 2005 4:52 pm

Who me??? Nope, never heard of it.


dizzy lizzy - Aug 24, 2005 7:58 am (#350 of 2575)

woah....what's going on?

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Viola Intonada - Aug 24, 2005 12:54 pm (#351 of 2575)

The jello seems to be starting to work. Yeah!!!!

*Goes into to room to just sit and enjoy a clean, organized room where nothing needs to be cleaned, put away, thrown away, etc. etc.....*


Ticker - Aug 24, 2005 6:42 pm (#352 of 2575)
Edited by Aug 24, 2005 11:49 am

Never, ever, . . . . ever... give me jello again. I dreamt that the Tom F in Pyro's room somehow became Tom R and killed the Giant Squid by feeding him Snape.

Viola, why don't you come out of the janitor’s closet & help me sort through this huge room full of garage sale rejects? Ooooh look! It's someone's paperclip collection. And, and, a velvet Elvis. WOW! You can never get enough of those. Gosh, I bet Pyro could use this lovely purple paisley vase for the ashes in her bin... Awwwww... here's a grime encrusted toaster oven with your name on it Viola. You can't possible want to get rid of that.

Lizzy, if you find out what's going on, please don't let me know. I'm confused enough already thanks.


dizzy lizzy - Aug 25, 2005 2:42 am (#353 of 2575)

oaky doaky, Ticker!

***looks in and sniffs around room full of rejects and starts digging***

yippeee...smelly shoes...can I have them????

***takes them without waiting for answer and starts chewing them***


Liz Mann - Aug 25, 2005 1:54 pm (#354 of 2575)

Any old Quidditch stuff in here? Wow, look at this place! It's like a group of mountains. *goes trecking*


PyroGrl - Aug 27, 2005 12:54 am (#355 of 2575)



Viola Intonada - Aug 28, 2005 2:55 am (#356 of 2575)

I've watched too much "Clean Sweep". Throw it away, throw it all away. *Runs screaming for room, stops suddenly, turns around and goes back in*

You found my toaster?!?! But I thought that was lost forever. Oh, my lovely toaster. *Goes into room, grabs toaster, holds it closely while rocking in the corner* Oh my lovely toaster. How I've missed you....


Ticker - Sep 2, 2005 9:45 pm (#357 of 2575)

Well, if you don't want the vase pyro, I've got the perfect place for it. Right next to my lucky underwear collection, in fact.

Awwwwww, your toaster reunion has me in tears, Viola. How sweet.

*Looks over at Lizzy rolling on & drooling over the smelly shoes...* Gosh, I hate to interrupt but I need some help. I dropped a couple things on my way in. Most notably was a crocodile I uh, borrowed from one of the Netherland quidditch players. I lost hold of it right after I dropped a contact lens. If you could help me find either (or both) of those I would surely appreciate it.

*Starts climbing a junk pile for a better view…* Yeah, the guy with the crocodile was a little testy about letting me borrow him. Something about "stealing their mascot"... I mean, really,... the croc looked like a little walk would do him some good, and what better place to walk than our beloved halls of St. Mungo’s? How was I supposed to know the croc wears special contact lenses? Apparently, something about those lenses keeps him from going berserk. Who could have known? The Netherland guy certainly didn't say anything... well,... even if he had just popped into a canary, he could have squeaked something...


dizzy lizzy - Sep 4, 2005 10:01 am (#358 of 2575)

mmm crocodile aye?? You sure it is not going to eat me?? What sort of a smell am I looking for??

**goes off to have a look very carefully ***


Marie E. - Sep 6, 2005 4:32 am (#359 of 2575)

Should I be worried about Viola's unnatural attachment to her toaster?

Crocodile? Where's Steve Irwin when we need him?


Viola Intonada - Sep 7, 2005 2:24 am (#360 of 2575)

What do you mean by "unnatural attachment"? Don't you love any of your appliances? It makes such lovely toast. Just the right shade of brown. It even leaves the slight picture of a viola on the toast and it plays a very lovely melody while you wait.


dizzy lizzy - Sep 7, 2005 3:55 am (#361 of 2575)

woof woof I can smell something reeeaaaallyyy off just over here. phewe that pongs **waves paw in front of nose**

Now who wanted to find a crocodile???...'cause that what it smells like - rotton smelly croc breath.


Ticker - Sep 7, 2005 4:55 pm (#362 of 2575)

Well, I didn't exactly want to find the crocodile, but it did need to be found. The smell, I'm afraid to say, but, it's coming from my old tuna fish can collection (It seemed like a good idea at the time...). Maybe we could just make a trail of cans back to the Netherlands. Then he'd get a good walk too.

But first,... a nice piece of toast perhaps?


Elfcat - Sep 8, 2005 3:33 pm (#363 of 2575)

Crocs! Yipe! Lizzy you may want to turn into something bigger before you get too close!!!!

Do you think it would help our scaly friend if we gave him some of MY contacts?


dizzy lizzy - Sep 9, 2005 1:37 am (#364 of 2575)

mmmm yeah...I really don't want to be a snack for an irate crocodile!!!

How 'bout you give me a day to find Mr Croc's contacts. Now I know what Mr Croc smells like, his contacts should be pretty easy to sniff out.

Oh and Ticker...those tuna cans have got to go, pongy tuna smells OK; putrid tuna does not .


Ticker - Sep 9, 2005 2:33 am (#365 of 2575)

Er, I think the Netherlanders will like them.


PyroGrl - Sep 9, 2005 11:23 pm (#366 of 2575)
Edited by Sep 9, 2005 4:23 pm

Neverland? **looks hopeful**


Ticker - Sep 12, 2005 8:35 pm (#367 of 2575)
Edited by Sep 12, 2005 1:41 pm

Hmmmmm, possibly a quidditch match against the Lost Boys or the Pirates is in order. Of course, they're both notorious for not playing fair, but at least the food is great. You might consider returning Tinkerbell too pyro.


wolfgrl - Sep 15, 2005 4:04 pm (#368 of 2575)
Edited by Sep 15, 2005 9:07 am

The healers let me out of my room just long enuf so I could ask a quick question. In fanfiction, if an author says that that "it is their first attempt at Lemon , or that their story is a Lemon," what does Lemon mean?

By the way, Hi everybody


Liz Mann - Sep 15, 2005 4:25 pm (#369 of 2575)

Lemon means that the story is very graphic, usually rated NC17.


wolfgrl - Sep 15, 2005 4:31 pm (#370 of 2575)
Edited by Sep 15, 2005 10:16 am

Well that explains why I did not know what it meant. Thank you Liz, I can always count on you for fan fiction information.


PyroGrl - Sep 15, 2005 11:36 pm (#371 of 2575)

Ah, I just saw the new trailer for Goblet of Fire. Thus, I have been moved into the Recovering-From-Hyperventilating-From-Too-Much-Excitement ward.


Liz Mann - Sep 16, 2005 6:22 pm (#372 of 2575)
Edited by Sep 16, 2005 11:23 am

*is carted off by Healers to the same ward as Pyro*


PyroGrl - Sep 16, 2005 6:43 pm (#373 of 2575)

I think the filmmakers are delusional. *grins proudly*

Ah...I'm very sick. Very, very sick. We were supposed to do a Terry Fox Run today at school but because I'm so sick (I had a fever) I couldn't go...teachers will be MAD...

Well, when I'm feeling better I'll go make some icons from the trailer.

**loves the Hug, the Look, the Ron/McGonagall dancing, and the Harry-Spits-Up-Juice**


Ticker - Sep 16, 2005 10:28 pm (#374 of 2575)

Checks out to go see trailer... man, I never know what's going on outside this cell unless someone tells me... no, seriously Mr. Healer, sir, you just have to let me go....aaaaaaaahhhhhh!

By the way, HI WOLFGRL!!!


Ticker - Sep 20, 2005 4:15 pm (#375 of 2575)
Edited by Sep 20, 2005 9:19 am

4 days since the last post. Apparently you are all overwhelmed with the trailer as well. Hey! If you hurry, you can get the coveted post # 376.

Waltz anyone? I'll wear a red cape if you wear a (cough) pink dress.

Who is the dude with the snake?

I can't stop playing that trailer & it runs through my mind any time I'm not otherwise distracted. Ah well, back to my usual state of existence - waiting for the next "treatment" of anything HP.


Liz Mann - Sep 20, 2005 5:31 pm (#376 of 2575)
Edited by Sep 20, 2005 10:38 am

Ooh, I've got 376! I never get the good numbers! Erm... why is 376 a good number?


Emily - Sep 20, 2005 8:05 pm (#377 of 2575)

I have a feeling I'm the only person on this planet (or at least this forum) who can't get the trailer to work! It just refuses to work. So, of course I went to my friend's house and made her watch it with me, but she would only do it once...

Still, it has been very quiet. I guess it has been since we sent Bed Pan Quidditch to its own thread...

Oh, I want to know why 376 is a good number too... ?


Hermionefan(#1) - Sep 20, 2005 9:29 pm (#378 of 2575)

Yes, why is 376 such a magic number?

So you guys have seen the trailer? I just saw the real one (now I've seen both) and I have to say I am already very disappointed, but then none of the movies have really impressed me (I know I'm weird like that). For example, since when is Beauxbatons an all-girl school? Oh well, this isn't the place to discuss it is it?

Things are getting kind of boring, I must say... how bout we have another party?


Liz Mann - Sep 20, 2005 11:05 pm (#379 of 2575)

Yes! Another party! A pizza and pyjama party!


Ticker - Sep 20, 2005 11:06 pm (#380 of 2575)
Edited by Sep 20, 2005 4:07 pm

I don't know about magic or good - just coveted... you're all talking about it, so it's special now. Congratulations Liz.

Yes a party! In honor of #376, surviving the full moon (I hope we all did), pizza, pyjammas, and, um,... it must be someone's birthday... anyone,... anyone,... I happen to have gotten a pre-Halloween special order of Honeydukes and besides the blood-flavored lollipops, it's pretty good.

*Dumps boxfull into an ever-spinning lotto ball dispenser...* Pick a winner!


Liz Mann - Sep 20, 2005 11:07 pm (#381 of 2575)

Hey, we posted within seconds of each other, Ticker.

Or, another idea would be another theme week. Remember, we had an unusual animagus thing once.


PyroGrl - Sep 20, 2005 11:36 pm (#382 of 2575)

We also had a Pirate Week, which was fun.


Ticker - Sep 21, 2005 3:22 am (#383 of 2575)

Aye, that was fun & would surely be fitting again this week. Arrrrrrrr.


Liz Mann - Sep 21, 2005 8:01 pm (#384 of 2575)
Edited by Sep 21, 2005 1:45 pm

Arrr, indeed matey, because National Talk Like A Pirate Day has just gone by!

Edit: Okay, I had to tell my fellow HP nuts about this, if they didn't already know. I'm sure a lot of people on here have heard of Potter Puppet Pals (and if you haven't, then go   here   and watch the two videos). Well, I have recently discovered two other videos made by them, both of which are about a month old. They're not the same thing as Trouble at Hogwarts and Bothering Snape but they're still hilarious. There is a tribute to Dumbledore here and Snape singing I'm Too Sexy here.


PyroGrl - Sep 22, 2005 2:23 am (#385 of 2575)

Alright. The second one is PURE BRILLIANCE.



Marie E. - Sep 24, 2005 2:44 am (#386 of 2575)

Emily, I can't get the new trailer to work and neither can a friend of mine. Some sort of conspiracy, I'm sure!


PyroGrl - Sep 24, 2005 2:53 am (#387 of 2575)

Methinks residents have been given Sleeping Potion.


dizzy lizzy - Sep 24, 2005 3:09 am (#388 of 2575)

hmmmphh I can't get that trailer to work either! maybe it's cause I can't control the mouse with my paws????


Emily - Sep 25, 2005 12:49 am (#389 of 2575)
Edited by Sep 24, 2005 5:50 pm

LOL! At least I'm not the only one...

And where is everyone?


Marie E. - Sep 25, 2005 1:25 am (#390 of 2575)

We weren't served any Jello recently, were we?


Ticker - Sep 25, 2005 12:16 pm (#391 of 2575)

Maybe overcome by pongy tuna vapor cloud? It's hard to tell the difference sometimes.


Liz Mann - Sep 25, 2005 5:52 pm (#392 of 2575)

I'm still around. So shall we have a party, then?


Elfcat - Sep 26, 2005 4:29 pm (#393 of 2575)

Party time! Anyone for a lightsaber duelling contest? If you don't want to bring in star wars you can use a broom handle.


wolfgrl - Sep 26, 2005 8:15 pm (#394 of 2575)

I'll duel, but light saber is actually a big long chew bone, hope you don't mind.


Emily - Sep 26, 2005 8:18 pm (#395 of 2575)

Ooh! I'm in for that, Elfcat! *grabs a lightsaber* Only, what do we do if we actually are good enough to hurt each other? (Yeah, I know, not much chance...)

Hmm, and a party too... what theme?


Liz Mann - Sep 26, 2005 10:07 pm (#396 of 2575)
Edited by Sep 26, 2005 3:07 pm

Erm, let's use pretend lightsabers. Ordinary sticks, broom handles, etc.

*brushes up on her sword-fighting technique*


Emily - Sep 26, 2005 11:03 pm (#397 of 2575)

OK. How's this old wrapping-paper tube I found in my closet... Definitely not something I transformed my wand into... because I don't even have a wand! I mean... uhh.... Yeah. Sounds good!


Elfcat - Sep 28, 2005 4:58 pm (#398 of 2575)

TOY lightsabers, guys, TOYS. (Somebody in here can get real ones? Awesome!) *Whips out Purple lightsaber and ancient lame space-sword (the multicolored kind that don't retract all the way)*

Defend yourselves! *jumps into duelling ring that just now magically appeared and waits for opponent*


Ticker - Sep 29, 2005 12:05 pm (#399 of 2575)

*In best Daffy Duck voice...* I'll hoho & haha you with my trusty quarterstaff. Actually it's a buck & a quarter quarterstaff, but I'm not telling him that.

Ho, Haha, Guard, Turn, Parry, Dodge, Spin, Ha, Thrust, *THWUNNNNK - knocks self out with quarterstaff*


Viola Intonada - Sep 29, 2005 12:28 pm (#400 of 2575)

Oh, Ticker Duck, let me help you back up. You bent your bill a bit, but I think you will be okay once I straighten it out. Hey, since when did you have a bill? What have you been eating lately? Have Gred and Forge been sending you goodies to try again?

Well, let's take care of that bill. I'll use the force to straighten it out.

*Concentrates very hard, has Yoda like look on face*

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Ticker - Sep 29, 2005 7:05 pm (#401 of 2575)

Oh, thhhhank you.

Say, the Yoda look becomes you. I'm sure it has nothing at all to do with the fact that you're a year older. Happy Birthday, Viola!!!! For your entertainment wanna see me run through my quarterstaff rotine again? *THWUNNNNK !!!* Oh dear, my poor bill. Probably won't help me out after that smart remark either.


Viola Intonada - Sep 30, 2005 2:48 am (#402 of 2575)

*In a Yoda-ish voice* You also be this age one day, you will.


dizzy lizzy - Sep 30, 2005 6:33 am (#403 of 2575)

Hey what sort of party are we having????

**wanders around holding a lightsaber in her mouth and thwacking everyone in the legs****


Elfcat - Sep 30, 2005 3:15 pm (#404 of 2575)

*uses the Force to hover out of Lizzy's range*

Sweet! We seem to have bent the laws of the universe a bit. How long do you think our access to the force will last? A long time, I hope.

*practices Yoda's flying-spinnig-slashing-punching lightsaber trick*


Ticker - Oct 1, 2005 3:46 am (#405 of 2575)

Yikes! *Ducks Elfcat & crawls across the floor to the opposite side of the room...*

True, Viola, I'll be your age well before Duck Dodgers reaches the 24th and a half century!

*Puts quarterstaff down just in time to avoid a knee-whacking from Lizzy...*

Wow. This force thingy is really working. *THWUNNNNK!!!* Oh... not again.


PyroGrl - Oct 1, 2005 4:06 am (#406 of 2575)
Edited by Sep 30, 2005 9:16 pm

I drew a really funny picture of Yoda a couple weeks ago. As soon as I get my sketchbook back I'll post it on my LJ. Basically he's a hippie. Anyways...

**ducks everything that is randomly flying around**

BTW, I'm not sure if this is relevant, but I was watching the CN International at Spruce Meadows the other day and a horse named Harry Potter jumped the first clear round.


Liz Mann - Oct 2, 2005 8:21 pm (#407 of 2575)

Okay, guys, I'll have you know I am the regional champion of Light Saber Fighting! *swishes light saber and holds it ready* So who wants to take me on first?


PyroGrl - Oct 2, 2005 9:14 pm (#408 of 2575)

I will! I am the UNIVERSAL champion of Light Saber Fighting! *waves around pink light saber*

dizzy lizzy - Oct 2, 2005 11:11 pm (#409 of 2575)

me! me! **continues running around with a lightsaber in her mouth and generally tripping everyone up, hitting people, and making a nuisance of herself***


Viola Intonada - Oct 3, 2005 1:47 am (#410 of 2575)

Ooo, I saved a pair of cinnamon rolls from breakfast this morning. I'll just attach them to my headband and voila, instant Princess however-you- spell-her-name. Does anyone need a costume for the party? You are more than welcome to my cinnamon rolls.


dizzy lizzy - Oct 3, 2005 9:03 am (#411 of 2575)

Don't wave them rolls near me, dear...I'll eat 'em!


Liz Mann - Oct 3, 2005 2:32 pm (#412 of 2575)

All right, Pyro and Lizzy, I'll take you both on at once! I have a double-ended light saber!


Emily - Oct 3, 2005 9:16 pm (#413 of 2575)

Oh, me too! I've actually never done it... but how bad can three on one be? What have you gotten yourself into, Liz?


Ticker - Oct 4, 2005 4:00 am (#414 of 2575)

Mmmmmmmmmm... cinnamon rolls.... *Drops quarterstaff & follows nose to Viola...*


Elfcat - Oct 4, 2005 5:12 pm (#415 of 2575)

Watch it Viola! Your Princess Leia (note spelling) costume is in danger! I shall defend you (for a little extra credit in English, that is)


Viola Intonada - Oct 4, 2005 9:42 pm (#416 of 2575)

Warning Ticker, I dipped my cinnamon rolls in lime jello!

Hey, I've got an idea. How about an "If Harry Potter was Star Wars" Storyhour?

Not so long ago, in a place somewhere in England there was a desperate struggle between good and evil.....


Viola Intonada - Oct 6, 2005 7:01 pm (#417 of 2575)

Oh mannn, I must have been using my bedtime story voice. Everyone has fallen asleep.

I guess I will let them all have a short rest before the party really gets swinging.


dizzy lizzy - Oct 7, 2005 2:45 am (#418 of 2575)

What! Huh! Where have I been???


Ticker - Oct 7, 2005 10:07 pm (#419 of 2575)

*snerk, cough, cough...* Your lime jello does not scare me...*wipes drool off chin & promptly falls asleep again...*


Viola Intonada - Oct 7, 2005 11:12 pm (#420 of 2575)
Edited by Oct 7, 2005 4:15 pm

Since everyone seems to be asleep, I think I will have a little fun.. hehehehe

*Grabs can of shaving cream, starts putting beards and mustaches on everyone*

Ha, Ticker, this will teach you a lesson about saying I look as old as Yoda

*Puts extra-long beard on Ticker- even longer than DD's. Then bewitches all calendars to read one hundred years from now.*


Emily - Oct 7, 2005 11:24 pm (#421 of 2575)

Hey! Oh sorry-not so loud! *whispers* Can I help?

*starts giving random people rather interesting hair styles and colors*


Liz Mann - Oct 7, 2005 11:32 pm (#422 of 2575)

Ooh, ooh, yes, me too! Being the kind of person in real life who would never play such awful pranks, on here I can be the exact opposite!

*grabs a black marker and starts drawing pictures of snitches on everyone's faces*


PyroGrl - Oct 7, 2005 11:48 pm (#423 of 2575)

**Is happy**


Viola Intonada - Oct 10, 2005 12:44 am (#424 of 2575)

Wow, we finished our prank awhile ago and no one seems to have woken up yet. My story telling never worked that well on my kids!

* thinks of creative way to wake-up everyone in order to delight in the glory of the prank*

Liz and Emily, do you have any ideas of how we can wake everyone up?


dizzy lizzy - Oct 10, 2005 7:17 am (#425 of 2575)

What! Huh! was someone calling my name???? **tries to open eyes and shuts them again***


Elfcat - Oct 10, 2005 4:17 pm (#426 of 2575)

Ah...ah...ahh....AHHHH CHOOOOO!!!! *whiped cream flies everywhere* EGADS! What was that? and who drew this snitch on my nose?


Liz Mann - Oct 10, 2005 4:46 pm (#427 of 2575)
Edited by Oct 10, 2005 9:47 am

EGADS! What was that?

Hmm... I think a lot of snot must have built up in your nose while you were sleeping, Elfcat.


Emily - Oct 10, 2005 8:54 pm (#428 of 2575)

Well, Viola, I have one of those really loud air horns for anyone who didn't hear Elfcat's sneeze. Other than that I've got nothing.


Viola Intonada - Oct 10, 2005 10:59 pm (#429 of 2575)

Let me grab some earplugs before your blow your horn.


PyroGrl - Oct 11, 2005 1:43 am (#430 of 2575)

**does a happy dance** GoF has PG-13 rating, yay!!

Horns, says you? **blows**


Emily - Oct 11, 2005 8:27 pm (#431 of 2575)

OK. Ready? *blows immediately, ready or not.* Everybody up!


Liz Mann - Oct 12, 2005 9:54 am (#432 of 2575)

You posted that a bit late, didn't you, Pyro?


PyroGrl - Oct 12, 2005 9:55 pm (#433 of 2575)

**Blushes** Um, well, perhaps. Yes. Still, happy dancing!


Ticker - Oct 13, 2005 2:43 am (#434 of 2575)


Whoa. I feel slightly more disoriented than usual. It doesn't seem like I could have slept for 100 years. Great! Now I don't have to wait for Book 7! Plus, I could have sworn I went to sleep as a female... now I need a serious shave. Well, maybe not... this is kind of nice. People are opening doors for me,...


Elfcat - Oct 14, 2005 4:53 pm (#435 of 2575)

Hmm... I think a lot of snot must have built up in your nose while you were sleeping, Elfcat.—Liz



Finn BV - Oct 16, 2005 7:06 pm (#436 of 2575)


Hi, everyone! I'm more normally on the HPLF but I came to the FFF since the Potty Game: Five Words was decided to be put here. Just sort of peering around, I'm not really a FF person but I think I might look into those writing contests… see you around!


Emily - Oct 16, 2005 9:36 pm (#437 of 2575)

Oh no! Finn's found yet another thing to excel at... Is there anything you can't do?


dizzy lizzy - Oct 17, 2005 1:10 am (#438 of 2575)

welcome to the madhouse finn....whoops! doghouse I should say


Viola Intonada - Oct 17, 2005 1:34 am (#439 of 2575)

Welcome to St. Mungo's Finn. Just beware of anyone offering you lime jello, okay?!

Alright fellow inmates. After months of saving gold in my walls (that everyone found this summer) and stealing, ah, I mean creatively investing money for Lucius Malfoy, I have finally been able to finance a lovely pool for our therapeutic use.

So get your bathing suits and dive in. Oh, by the way, please wash off all shaving cream before jumping in.


Finn BV - Oct 17, 2005 1:49 am (#440 of 2575)

LOL. Thanks, and I don't eat jello anyway so I should be pretty safe, right……? **furiously scribbles down note to self**

Swimming? October? Heated and indoor, I hope.


Viola Intonada - Oct 17, 2005 8:51 pm (#441 of 2575)
Edited by Oct 17, 2005 1:53 pm

It's magical, we can have the pool where ever we want it, heated or not heated.

I also got a new rubber duck for our pool. I would like to christen it "Rubber Duck II". May it bring us as much fun as the first one did.

Cannon Balllllll!!!!!!!!! *Jumps in and makes a huge splash, drenching everyone standing nearby*

Btw, we can magically attach it to the Quidditch pitch for those games in warmer climates.


Finn BV - Oct 17, 2005 9:28 pm (#442 of 2575)

**slowly settles down into the sauna**

Ah, that feels good. I never knew St. Mungo's could be so relaxing.


Ticker - Oct 17, 2005 10:26 pm (#443 of 2575)

Shaving cream?!?! What do you mean get rid of my shaving cream?!?! I came by this beard quite naturally. It may not have come by me quite as naturally, but I've grown rather fond of it. (Strikes dignified pose with chin out, enjoying the frothy ripple that follows...)

AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAARRRGGGGGGGHHHHHHHHHHH!!!!!!!!!!!! (Gets soaked by Viola's cannonball...) My beard! My beard! My lovely, lovely beard! Er... my once lovely beard!

*Jumps on the rubber duck & chases Viola around the pool... and waves “hello” to Finn...*


dizzy lizzy - Oct 18, 2005 12:13 am (#444 of 2575)

*Jumps in and dog paddles around quite happily.*


Viola Intonada - Oct 18, 2005 1:51 am (#445 of 2575)

Ticker, if you asked Gred and Forge very nicely, I bet they will develop something that would put some hair on your chin.

*swims for her life from Ticker and the rubber duck*


Liz Mann - Oct 18, 2005 12:03 pm (#446 of 2575)
Edited by Oct 18, 2005 5:03 am

Welcome, Finn! I think you'll find us a bit, err, different around here.

POOL!! Can we put it under that tree there, the one with the branch sticking out? If we put it under the branch we can attach a tyre on a rope to it and use it as a swing into the pool! And may I suggest a slide?


Elfcat - Oct 18, 2005 3:37 pm (#447 of 2575)

*gets out scuba gear while humming the "Jaws" theme song* *Attatches shark fin to the back of the tank*

And what better way to greet a new member than to freak them out?

*puts into effect EVIL PLOT to get inmates to SCREAM AND RUN!!!*


Finn BV - Oct 18, 2005 4:59 pm (#448 of 2575)

**screams and runs**

**never comes back**

**is joking**

Sharks are COOL!


Viola Intonada - Oct 18, 2005 9:35 pm (#449 of 2575)
Edited by Oct 18, 2005 2:36 pm

Eeeeekkkkk! *screams, jumps out of the pool*

There's a shark in our pool! And just when I thought it was safe to get back into the water. I'm going to have to call the pool installers. They better have not charged me extra for the shark, because I didn't order one.

A tire swing and a slide would be great....but not until we have taken care of the shark. Ya know, I wonder if Hagrid would like a shark? Hmmm...

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Ticker - Oct 19, 2005 12:22 am (#451 of 2575)
Edited by Oct 18, 2005 5:31 pm

Aaaack! The rubber duck is scared! *Rides waddling duck out of the pool & round & round the tree...*

Good idea, Viola........ *Pauses while duck goes around the far side of the tree...*...........about the beard............ I'll send off............an order...........to Weasley Wizard..........Wheezes...........right away!............By the way,...............did the new duck..................come with an...............off switch? *Gets dizzy, falls off & rolls away from the duck to avoid getting trampled....*


So Finn, I notice you didn't jump back in the pool even though sharks are boring.


Finn BV - Oct 19, 2005 1:29 am (#452 of 2575)

Ahh, but sharks are cool. Hagrid thinks they're boring.

**jumps and makes ginormous splash in pool and sticks out tongue at Ticker** Part C - St. Mungo's Lexicon Hospital for the Incurably Insane (May, 2005 to March, 2011) 2775603007


Viola Intonada - Oct 19, 2005 9:08 pm (#453 of 2575)

Off switch?!?!?!? *hits self in head* Uh, I knew I forgot something. Oh well.

I think Hagrid would think that a shark would make a perfect substitute for a rubber ducky.

*sings to the tune of "Rubber Ducky"*

Little sharky you're the one, Little sharky you're so fun....

(Ticker you'll have to help me with the rest of the lyrics, since Aria should be at that Seasame Street age now isn't she?)


Sabotage - Oct 19, 2005 11:33 pm (#454 of 2575)
Edited by Oct 19, 2005 4:34 pm

I'm baaaaaaacck!

Sorry, I went away on hiatus for a little bit. School sucks. It takes too much time. bleh.


Pigwidgeon - Oct 20, 2005 2:32 am (#455 of 2575)


Little Sharky, I'm awfully fond of you... do doo do doo doo doo doo!

Little sharky, joy of joys...

When I squeeze you, you make noise...

Ah . . .

We may have a problem here. I think a shark would do more than "make noise. Any alternative lyric suggestions? I've been away too long and am still too sane.


Liz Mann - Oct 20, 2005 12:22 pm (#456 of 2575)

Hello, Sabby! Welcome home! Join us in the pool as soon as we get it de-sharked.


Emily - Oct 20, 2005 8:55 pm (#457 of 2575)

You're better than all my toys?
When I squeeze, you'll eat boys?


Hi Sabby!


Viola Intonada - Oct 21, 2005 12:49 am (#458 of 2575)

Yeah! St. Mungo's is filling back up. I just knew that a swimming pool would entice them all back. Welcome back Sabby and Pigwidgeon.

Pigwidgeon and Emily, thanks for finishing the song. It's perfect! How about this: When I squeeze, you'll eat Malfoy?


Sabotage - Oct 21, 2005 2:19 am (#459 of 2575)

When did we get a pool?

*pulls up chair and sits*

I wish I had a little Victor Krum here. Boo.

* Victor falls into her lap*

Welll! What do you know! A little Victor Krum! Is that how we got the pool?

8pulls Victor off to go check out the pool*


Ticker - Oct 21, 2005 9:39 pm (#460 of 2575)
Edited by Oct 21, 2005 2:54 pm

Sabby! Pig! Victor! WOW! HI! *Falls into the water...*

*Jumps back out...* Er, let me see,... song lyrics.... Aria should know something like "little sharky" (given her name means little song)... I just can't get her to sing anything that doesn't end in e-i-e-i-o. I had no idea so many different songs ended in that. I like the "Sharky" song as it's been sung already. Just don't be surprised if we add a few extra vowels at the end.

I can't say I've been feeling very creative lately. I blame Aria. Her wish to become a big sister came true - to my surprise & slight consternation. Sigh. I'll probably feel like celebrating with her in a couple months once my stomach slides back out of my throat.


Marie E. - Oct 21, 2005 11:34 pm (#461 of 2575)


Hey, who drew snitches all over my face?

I really need to be more alert around here!

*throws some bologna to the shark*


Sabotage - Oct 22, 2005 1:22 am (#462 of 2575)

Look! Victor can fit his whole fist in his mouth! Isn't that awesome?!

*runs off to show Victor to some of the staff*


Viola Intonada - Oct 22, 2005 2:14 am (#463 of 2575)

Congratulations Ticker! I think......

Sabby, do you remember when several inmates had busted holes in the wall and a bunch of gold spilled out? Well that was my gold that I was saving up in order to get a pool. (We had one 2 or 3 Hospitals ago, and we had loads of fun. We had even ended up taking a trip into outer space because of it.) I had finally "saved" enough gold to finance the pool.

*snickers at Marie's reaction, hehehe* I think the snitches look rather lovely, Marie.


Sabotage - Oct 22, 2005 4:58 pm (#464 of 2575)

Oh no! I feel bad that I haven't contributed to this investment! Hang on!

*runs to her room leaving Victor looking very forlorn*

Where the heck... no, not that one... here it is!

*runs back to present Viola with a box of inflatable objects*

There, I feel much better now. Plus, now I don't have all that junk... I mean wonderful stuff, in my room!

Have we had a pool party yet?

*pulls Victor into her room*

We're just cleaning! Don't worry!


Ticker - Oct 22, 2005 5:51 pm (#465 of 2575)

Thanks Viola. I think... My heart is happy, my body is overwhelmed, and my mind is... well, now,... where did my mind go? I'm pretty sure I had one 2 or 3 years ago...

Marie, the snitches enhance your smile.

Hey Elfcat - I didn't know you liked bologna too.


Viola Intonada - Oct 23, 2005 12:24 am (#466 of 2575)

Yep, Ticker, that's what children do to you.

Sabby, thank you very much for your contribution of inflatables for our pool. Where did you get such a varied assortment? My personal favorite is the Moose. It looks so real once you inflate it.

Is the shark still in our pool, or has Hagrid come to get it for his bath tub?


Sabotage - Oct 23, 2005 12:36 am (#467 of 2575)

Ahhh, yes. How did I get the inflatables?

That was during my criminal days. I stole them from a pool store outside Phoenix. I had a nice set up back then... Bullet-proof cars, tons of minions to do my business, a warehouse full of stolen inflatable pool toys... That was the life... But then they found out that I was a witch and kicked me out.

Kicked me out of my own warehouse! Bah-humbug on you Lucius Malfoy! I'll get my revenge one day!

*takes Victor by the hand and leads him to the pool*

We're going to enjoy the fruits of my labor.


Elfcat - Oct 24, 2005 3:36 pm (#468 of 2575)
Edited by Oct 24, 2005 8:39 am

Bologna? When did I say anything about bologna?

Erm, no... of course the shark's gone...*hides shark costume for fear of being kidnapped by Hagrid* CANNONBALL!!!!! *SPLOOOSHHH*

WELCOME BACK SABBY!!! *welcomes Sabby back proberly by thouroughly soaking her*

P.s.--I don't know if anybody else does this, but I change my second line of information quite often and they’re normally quite funny. So if you saw it when it was, say, "CAPTAIN Jack Sparrow." or "I am the Tooth Fairy, Fear Me!" I promise they're not that lame anymore.


Viola Intonada - Oct 24, 2005 8:23 pm (#469 of 2575)

The shark is gone? Wahoo, I can swim again. Yeahhhh!

*Jumps in*


Finn BV - Oct 24, 2005 8:24 pm (#470 of 2575)
Edited by Oct 24, 2005 1:25 pm

**follows Viola** Out of the way, out of the way!!

This is something only St. Mungo's patients would enjoy.

**suddenly realizes Viola posted only a minute before him**

**waaaaaay out of the way!!! **


PyroGrl - Oct 24, 2005 11:08 pm (#471 of 2575)
Edited by Oct 24, 2005 4:08 pm

Swimming, PUH. Water, PUH. I shall go enjoy the tropical temperature of my room now whilst chewing Chiclets Sours.


Liz Mann - Oct 25, 2005 11:48 pm (#472 of 2575)

Hey, guys, guess what just arrived! A little free gift that comes with the pool...



Finn BV - Oct 26, 2005 1:22 am (#473 of 2575)

Whoa, I should buy a pool… not that I'll ever return home… but a hot tub's the free gift? We should return the pool and keep the free gift! We can keep buying and returning pools and keeping hot tubs!! I knew there was some reason I landed in St. Mungo's…


Viola Intonada - Oct 26, 2005 2:05 am (#474 of 2575)

Boy, can I find good deals or what!

I love hot tubs, but I'm more leery of them after watching "Lion King 1 1/2"


Elfcat - Oct 26, 2005 2:36 pm (#475 of 2575)

Lol, Viola. Finn, what do you mean, return the pools? Where would we keep the giant squid then?


Finn BV - Oct 27, 2005 12:50 am (#476 of 2575)

It was simply an idea to get more free gifts! Haven't you guys every heard of cheating the system? That's what I got into St M's for… duh…

And don't y'all post on the Round Robin and the Magic Purple School Bus, too? I found those like a week ago and nobody's responded…


Viola Intonada - Oct 27, 2005 1:21 am (#477 of 2575)

Round Robin and Magic Purple School Bus? Sorry, that was the first I have heard of them.

They don't let us out of St. Mungo's very often. Of course, we have taken an occasional "field trip", but for the most part we are happy little inmates.


Finn BV - Oct 27, 2005 1:40 am (#478 of 2575)

Just above the "writing challenges" section. Magic Purple School Bus and Round Robin.


Liz Mann - Oct 27, 2005 5:30 pm (#479 of 2575)
Edited by Oct 27, 2005 10:30 am

*is dragged kicking and screaming for a short time out in the 'Anti-Movie Posters syndrome' ward, and then off to the 'stupid IMAX people aren't showing GoF near you' ward*


Sabotage - Oct 28, 2005 4:35 pm (#480 of 2575)

(I'm taking the 'Kisser' out of my name guys. Just so you know.)

Look what me and Victor just bought off e-Bay!

*holds up a brand-spankin'-new box with shiny letters on it*

It's a water-slide!

I'm going to set it up! I might need some help though, seeing as the instructions are in Portuguiseish.

Come on Victor!


PyroGrl - Oct 28, 2005 6:38 pm (#481 of 2575)

It's not "Portuguiseish", it's Gibberish:

Tidigake slidigide odigut odigof bodigox adagand ladagay odigon flidigat sidigur-fidigace. Hodigose dodigown widigith codigold wadigat-ediger.

Translation: Take slide out of box and lay on flat surface. Hose down with cold water.

Have fun!


Viola Intonada - Oct 29, 2005 12:15 am (#482 of 2575)

Wahoo! A water slide!

This keeps getting better and better.

Sabby, I think you should get to use the slide first since you acquired it.


Sabotage - Oct 30, 2005 3:41 pm (#483 of 2575)

*slides down*


*slides again*



Viola Intonada - Oct 31, 2005 2:41 am (#484 of 2575)

Hey, give the rest of us a turn, will ya?!?!?!

*Crosses arms and taps foot, waiting for her turn*


Elfcat - Oct 31, 2005 4:31 pm (#485 of 2575)

Finn, I'm afraid the Magic Purple School Bus and the FanFiction Round Robin have been silent for far too long. I was trying to get the Never Ending Story 2 going for a while, but people just kinda wandered off. *has a thought* Say, I'll help you get the School Bus going if you'll help me with the Never Ending Story 2. What say you?

Waterslide! w00t! *goes down head first*


Viola Intonada - Oct 31, 2005 8:57 pm (#486 of 2575)

*Looks through pile of inflatables*

Hey, it's a smaller version of our yellow submarine. *Blows it up and floats it in the pool*


Finn BV - Nov 1, 2005 2:16 am (#487 of 2575)

**works on Never Ending Story 2 for a while, refusing to look at the idiots going down the water slide**

Hey, that looks like fun…

**has no will power and slides down the water slide**

It's a deal, Elfcat, give me some time to read through the story and I'll post by tomorrow afternoon.


Ticker - Nov 1, 2005 11:19 pm (#488 of 2575)

Woo-hooo!!!!! Look out below! *Goes down the waterslide on the inflatable moose...*


dizzy lizzy - Nov 2, 2005 2:37 am (#489 of 2575)

wahhhhh!!! OOOOOOOOOO!!!!!

***Goes down slide with back legs sticking staight out behind her....only to do a doggy belly flop at the bottom!!!****


Viola Intonada - Nov 2, 2005 9:53 pm (#490 of 2575)
Edited by Nov 2, 2005 1:54 pm

Ticker, are you sure that was the inflatable Moose? It looks awfully real to me. Besides, I have the inflatable moose over here by me. Could there be more than one?


Ticker - Nov 6, 2005 5:24 pm (#491 of 2575)

Er, I wondered why it didn't float very well & smelled a bit earthy when wet. Now I know. *Watches moose go down the slide over & over again...*

Aria (age 2) has been watching a few chapters out of SS. She loves the owls & snake & Trains & birthday cake & boats & the castle & mostly, all the candy Harry & Ron eat on the train. Her favorite imaginary friends are Harry & "George". For some reason she calls Ron "George". There's no convincing her otherwise. Needless to say, I'm so proud to have another Potterholic in the family. *Puffs out chest & helps Aria catch Harry & put him on the train...*


Viola Intonada - Nov 6, 2005 10:32 pm (#492 of 2575)

Well done, Ticker! You're raising your child right!


Ticker - Nov 11, 2005 10:02 pm (#493 of 2575)

Where's pyro? I haven't smelled smoke, seen odd blue flames, or heard any explosions lately. Hope the pool hasn't dampened her spirits.


PyroGrl - Nov 12, 2005 4:56 pm (#494 of 2575)

I have found a new addiction.


I swear, it is NOT a kiddie show. I love the psychotic flying unicorn thing. "I...had that dream again...the one where I do...terrible things...to penguins!...with a mallet."


Sabotage - Nov 13, 2005 2:31 am (#495 of 2575)

*pushes Victor into the pool*

Who’s next?


Finn BV - Nov 13, 2005 5:01 am (#496 of 2575)
Edited by Nov 12, 2005 9:01 pm

*falls into the pool* Ahhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh!

*dries off* Brrrrr... It's getting chilly!

*turns on heat* Ah, that's better.


Emily - Nov 13, 2005 2:14 pm (#497 of 2575)

Oh! Oh! I wanna jump in the pool! *splash* How many people did I get wet?


Ticker - Nov 14, 2005 2:40 pm (#498 of 2575)

*Raises hand in acknowledgement of Emily's question... and also to lob an ice-cold dripping sponge ball back at her... :wicked grin: *


Elfcat - Nov 14, 2005 5:03 pm (#499 of 2575)

*Meditates at the bottom of the pool with scuba gear*


Emily - Nov 14, 2005 8:46 pm (#500 of 2575)
Edited by Nov 14, 2005 12:46 pm

*squeals as Ticker's ice-old dripping sponge ball hits her* Was that magically aimed? No fair! Oh well, got you first....

Elfcat, whatcha thinking about?

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Post  Lady Arabella on Fri Jun 08, 2012 7:42 pm


Viola Intonada - Nov 15, 2005 2:56 am (#501 of 2575)

Welcome Tazzy! You had better transfigure or hide that Firebolt before one of the staff sees it. Our preferred method of flying here is bedpans. The staff will also confiscate your wand. *whispers* I transformed mine into a viola bow.

Sit back, relax, and enjoy the insanity!


Tazzygirl - Nov 15, 2005 3:00 am (#502 of 2575)
Edited by Nov 14, 2005 7:01 pm

*From the other side of the pool, there is a loud crash, and I (Tazzy) come into view with a huge trunk and a firebolt over my shoulder. Brushing some leaves off of my clothes and hair, I call out-*

Is there a room available for me? I grin. "It has been a rough couple of weeks and I have officially been diagnosed as incurably insane."

EDIT- I deleted my last post and added details. I do that a lot!


Tazzygirl - Nov 15, 2005 3:08 am (#503 of 2575)
Edited by Nov 14, 2005 7:10 pm

Firebolt? Did I say Firebolt? I-i-i... it must be my memory slipping- all those memory charms are starting to make me slip up more! and I don't have a wand- just a lime-green pink-polkadot umbrella.

I'll need to purchase a bedpan.... (starts looking around up in trees for the selection.) I guess that'll wait. Right now I feel like floating on an inflatable kangaroo... WHOO-HOO!! (jumping into the pool, the inflatable kangaroo under an arm.)


Finn BV - Nov 15, 2005 3:35 am (#504 of 2575)

No problem Tazzy, the bed across from mine's empty, if you need a bed, it's yours, but if you've already got one, you're welcome to the bedpan that was left there by the last occupant (let's not get around to his story… ).


dizzy lizzy - Nov 15, 2005 3:40 am (#505 of 2575)

Hi Tazzy!!

**sopping wet white puppy grins weakly at tazzy and waves paw**


Tazzygirl - Nov 15, 2005 6:51 am (#506 of 2575)

*fighting to gain control of the kangaroo* Hi Finn, Lizzy, and Viola... head disappears underwater, then comes back up spluttering... It's great to see you!... underwater again... Thanks Finn for the offer of the vacant bed and bedpan...gasping for breath, I manage to wave.


dizzy lizzy - Nov 15, 2005 9:00 am (#507 of 2575)
Edited by Nov 15, 2005 1:02 am

Tazzygirl: Do you by any chance have any other connection with Australia???? "tazzy" is another way of spelling Tassie which is short for Tasmania (a state of Oz and the name of your guinea pig)??? and you've got a kangaroo????

***decides to give up on being dry and jumps back into pool to chase Kangaroos, mooses, and anyone else in the water*****



Liz Mann - Nov 15, 2005 11:48 am (#508 of 2575)

Right now I feel like floating on an inflatable kangaroo...

Now there's a sentence you couldn't say anywhere else.

Welcome to St Mungo's, Tazzy! You'll find we're all quite mad here. Check into the ward that best suits your particular HP condition and decorate how you will. I am in the Obsessive Compulsive Quidditch Disorder ward along with... who is my roommate, again?

I really need to spend less time in the real world. Unfortunately, it's assessment time. And I should be working right now, so excuse me...


Tazzygirl - Nov 15, 2005 12:24 pm (#509 of 2575)
Edited by Nov 15, 2005 4:28 am

Lizzy- I have no connections to Australia, but I do have this obsession. I have been for about ten years now. I have never been there, but am looking forward to going in a couple years (graduation present from my parents)- my guinea pig is named Tasmania. I think my obsession ranks up there with Harry Potter. I am a walking fact book for anyone (who has not been to Oz) in the U.S. about Oz. All the posters and pictures and stuff on my apartment walls are of the Opera House, Ayers (Uluru) Rock, the Twelve Apostles, and so on... Do you perchance happen to watch McLeod's Daughters?

Still struggling with the kangaroo, I manage to lift a hand and to Liz.


Elfcat - Nov 15, 2005 5:52 pm (#510 of 2575)

Elfcat, whatcha thinking about?—Ticker

*Exhales and watches bubbles drift upward* Shiiiiinnnyyyyyy...Is that a knagaroo?...Ooh, new person...*Waves dreamily to Tazzygirl* *Exhales again* Shhiiiiinnnnyyyyy....


Ticker - Nov 15, 2005 7:09 pm (#511 of 2575)
Edited by Nov 15, 2005 11:11 am

Welcome Tazzy! Glad you could fully immerse yourself here. While you're spluttering around down deep, could you check & make sure Elfcat actually took the gillyweed we offered her? It was sitting next to the lime jello & I'd hate to think she took the wrong stuff. Her scuba gear & shark fin are sitting on the bench over here... (wicked, wicked staff... lacing our "scack tray" with lime jello... wicked, mean, wrong....) Besides, something is off with her hearing - don't you think Emily? (Turns just in time to see the magically aimed, magically ice-cold water sponge flying directly at her...)


Sabotage - Nov 15, 2005 8:11 pm (#512 of 2575)

Welcome Tazzy! Have a complementary inflatable for the pool. Victor and I were just about to throw them out the window, don't ask me why it's all his idea. Chose quick or you might be left with the poo shaped one.

I think I'm going to look for a new room. Either that or build a brand new one out of plastercine.


Emily - Nov 15, 2005 8:57 pm (#513 of 2575)

Hi Tazzy!

Absolutely Ticker. *ducks another ice-cold water sponge* Truce?


Tazzygirl - Nov 15, 2005 9:33 pm (#514 of 2575)
Edited by Nov 15, 2005 1:37 pm

With a squeal, I lose complete control over the kangaroo and flip over backwards, legs flailing in the air and head underwater. While struggling to right myself, I see a person sitting at the bottom of the pool blowing bubbles. Still trying to hold on to the Kangaroo- I manage a wave to Elfcat. I then finally just let go of the kangaroo and manage to right myself, gasping for breath.

Elfcat seems to have chosen the gillyweed,Ticker! She didn't look like she was turning blue. But you might want to double check- my lack of oxygen could have impaired my vision." I push the kangaroo away and swim over to the pile of inflatables Sabotage and Victor offer and grab a turkey inflatable. I think the turkey will be much more stable then the kangaroo...

Hi Sabotage and Victor! I have a temporary bed in Finn's ward, so I think I will be finding a new ward in a little bit- speaking of which- what is your ward called, Finn? Proceeds to try to climb onto the turkey, but am immediately flipped. These inflatables seem not be working for me...

Hi Emily! and then promptly I dive down deep to get away from Lizzy, who seems to be having a grand old time chasing the kangaroo, moose and everything else in the pool.


Sabotage - Nov 15, 2005 11:33 pm (#515 of 2575)

Well, can't find any more rooms. Except in the I Must Astonishingly, Completely And Truly Be Utterly Moronic ward. There doesn't seem to be anyone there. Maybe I should take that whole ward over...

*heads over to the IM A CAT BUM ward and begins painting it totally black*

Viktor's going to move my stuff over here so you could have my room Tazzy. It doesn't have a door because for a while back I was transparent and could go through walls, but there's still a hole from when I got stuck.


Tazzygirl - Nov 16, 2005 1:08 am (#516 of 2575)

What is the DBMIR Ward, Sabotage? I did a search but to no avail...

*gets out of the water and finds a huge bucket filled with magically ice-cold wet sponges that Emily has decided not to throw at Ticker and proceeds to throw them at everyone in the vicinity...*


Emily - Nov 16, 2005 1:26 am (#517 of 2575)

If I may answer for Sabby, DBMIR stands for Don't Bother Me - I'm Reading. This particular ward usually gets quite a few reservations around the time a new HP book comes out.

No fair Tazzy! But... since you started it... *Picks up an ice-cold wet sponge and hurls it at the nearest human-shaped-thingy... although it could have been a tree....*


dizzy lizzy - Nov 16, 2005 1:34 am (#518 of 2575)

**owwwwwww*** who hit me with a sponge???

* ***owwww - my poor nose...whimpers quietly*****

***gets up out of pool and stalks inflatable kangaroo and then divebombs and punctures Kangaroo***


Finn BV - Nov 16, 2005 1:56 am (#519 of 2575)

what is your ward called, Finn? –tazzy

Er… um… well, I forget. Actually, to tell you the truth (GASP!!! ) it was never actually named. If you'd like to name, that's ok.


Tazzygirl - Nov 16, 2005 2:09 am (#520 of 2575)
Edited by Nov 15, 2005 6:10 pm

My poor kangaroo!!! Oh, well. It wasn't that much fun anyway- it was making a serious attempt at drowning me.

I guess DBMIR is not for me then! I'll have a look around later to see what else is available. I might just make my own... But I do want to reserve a spot in DBMIR for book 7!

AHHHHHH! Nice throw there Emily! You got me smack dap in the back! shivers Wow- these sponges are really cold, huh? proceeds to pick up sponge, dip it back in ice cold bucket and lobs it across the pool to Finn.


Finn BV - Nov 16, 2005 3:15 am (#521 of 2575)


**jumps in hot tub to warm up** Ah, better. Really! And to think she's in the same ward as me! Ugh!


Tazzygirl - Nov 16, 2005 3:56 am (#522 of 2575)

Finn- heeheehee... you should never volunteer until you know what you're getting into!!!


Elfcat - Nov 16, 2005 5:30 pm (#523 of 2575)

Blub...blub...blub...Gillyweed? Never touch the stuff. Jello. Mmmmmm....Blub.


Ticker - Nov 16, 2005 11:15 pm (#524 of 2575)

Dear, dear, dear, Elfcat... I'm afraid you'll have to wait for the jello to wear off before you can have any rational thoughts. Maybe by Friday? Depending on how you feel you may or may not want your head cleared...

I've decided to place a room on hold in both the... *SPLAT!-ice cold sponge to side of head...* Yeeeeeeeeiiiihhhh! *shiver...* As I was saying, I'm holding rooms in the Wacko About All Things Harry Potter Ward and the Can't Cope Without Lime Jello Ward for this weekend. Although the IM A CAT BUM Ward has a great ring to it if I'm not under-qualified for it.


Sabotage - Nov 16, 2005 11:37 pm (#525 of 2575)

If they let you in I hope you like black Ticker!

*steps back to stare at her wonderful masterpiece of black, red, and white*

Next step is to make all the beds up in red. I've chosen a nice big empress-of-the-world size bed for myself, and Viktor gets a loverly little twin waterbed to remind him of his days on the Durmstrang ship.

Ticker, just so you know, there's a lack of walls in the IM A CAT BUM ward because I smashed them all down, now it's a nice open dorm style room.


Viola Intonada - Nov 17, 2005 3:41 am (#526 of 2575)

My room moves from ward to ward, depending on my mood and mind at the time. I am currently in the "I can't wait for the release of GoF" ward for now. But after this weekend I will be in another ward, don't know which yet.

*Floats around pool on small version of the Jello submarine, avoiding cold, wet sponges flying through the air.*


dizzy lizzy - Nov 17, 2005 4:38 am (#527 of 2575)

Now I wouldn't have a clue what ward I'm in. I suspect the "Muggle who got hexed into animagus form" ward would be the most accurate.



Tazzygirl - Nov 17, 2005 9:02 am (#528 of 2575)

All right... I'm through with throwing cold wet sponges! I think I am going to go finally take my trunk up stairs, find where Finn's un-named ward is, and unpack...

*proceeds into the hospital and trudges up the stairs.*


Liz Mann - Nov 17, 2005 1:40 pm (#529 of 2575)
Edited by Nov 17, 2005 5:41 am

*peers round from behind statue* Did Tazzy say she's done with the sponges? Phew! I can come out now, then.

I think I'm going to take a time out in the 'Muggle-world side-effect syndrome' ward before moving temporarily to the "I can't wait for the release of GoF" ward with Viola. IT'S TOMORROW!!


CatherineHermiona - Nov 17, 2005 3:16 pm (#530 of 2575)

Does anyone has any free beds? I think I could be insane. At least my doctor said that. But I don't trust to him, I think he is a vampire............. When I told him that, he said I'm insane!!!! That's only because he knows I discovered his secret........

So, are there any free beds? Kate


Tazzygirl - Nov 17, 2005 7:23 pm (#531 of 2575)
Edited by Nov 17, 2005 11:24 am

Hi Kate! Welcome to the insanity!

There are plenty of beds- you can room with somebody or create your own ward. Oh, and according to Viola, if you brought a broom and wand, you need to disguise them (I have an ugly umbrella), the staff does not want us to have them here... We fly on bed pans instead!


Finn BV - Nov 17, 2005 10:41 pm (#532 of 2575)

Kate, I'm sure you can join us here in St. Mungo's. You've proved yourself insane… I guess… I mean, a little. Welcome! Join us over on the Quidditch Pitch when you've set yourself up.


Liz Mann - Nov 17, 2005 10:56 pm (#533 of 2575)

Welcome, Kate! I'm sure you'll fit right in here. Couple of pointers - avoid the attics, there's a horrible creature living up there, and don't eat the lime jello, especially when the healers give it to you. They're trying to cure your insanity.


Tazzygirl - Nov 17, 2005 11:24 pm (#534 of 2575)

I was wondering what was wrong with the lime jello!!!


Ticker - Nov 18, 2005 1:51 am (#535 of 2575)

It's drugged. And I'm not being paranoid. Well, not much...

Oh, & Tazzy - be careful to avoid the never-ending staircase. You'll be able to recognize it by, um, color?, nope, that's not it... smell? uh, I forget.. well, you should be able to recognize it... in time. All exits lead to the first floor so at least you won't get lost.

Welcome Kate!

Hmmmmm... Black, red & white?.... I must say, I'm partial to green, but that could be from long exposure to the jello around here. The colors I'm sure would be therapeutic, but I'm not so sure about the dorm room with Vicky. Thanks anyway Sabby!

I hope all of you who plan to attend GOF tomorrow have gotten your passes signed. I've heard St. M's has hired the Knight bus to take us all there. Personally, I think I've a good forgery, cough, I mean, authorized signature on mine.


Finn BV - Nov 18, 2005 2:19 am (#536 of 2575)

Oh, Ticker, I already saw it (Monday afternoon). Perhaps you were wondering why you saw my bed empty… I hope you made up a good excuse to the matron, I heard from the *gulp* monster under my bed that she thought I had actually *left* the building! Fool.


Tazzygirl - Nov 18, 2005 2:18 pm (#537 of 2575)
Edited by Nov 18, 2005 6:19 am

I think I am going to the "I just saw GoF and I don't think I can wait until the next movie" ward.

Thanks Ticker for the tips! I was beginning to wonder why I never reached the top of some stairs...

Finn- you are all alone in your un-named ward again! (but make sure you check under your bed covers before going to sleep. I left a little present for you! heeheehee...)

Kate- there is a bed available for you to use! and also a bedpan that belonged to someone previous, but according to Finn we don't want to know what happened to him...

It is now 4:18 am Hawaiian time- I need to go to my new ward and go to sleep. I'll decorate in the morning...


Finn BV - Nov 18, 2005 5:31 pm (#538 of 2575)

AHHHHHHHHHHH!!!!!! That was scary! Tazzy, how could you!

**goes on with normal life**


Elfcat - Nov 18, 2005 5:51 pm (#539 of 2575)

*Waves to CatherineHermiona* *does cartwheels on the bottom of the pool* I'm going to GoF today! w00t!!


Liz Mann - Nov 18, 2005 7:16 pm (#540 of 2575)
Edited by Nov 18, 2005 11:16 am

*moves to the Seen-Goblet-of-Fire-and-going-crazy-wanting-to-see-it-again ward*


CatherineHermiona - Nov 18, 2005 7:24 pm (#541 of 2575)
Edited by Nov 18, 2005 11:28 am

So, does it mean that I'm moving to Finn's yard? I mean, ward. OK. Can I name it? If I can, I would name it: "Ward for the incurably insane youth". Of course, if you want. Uf, I think I really don't want to know what happened to that guy who was there before you.

(I'm in the chat room on the other lexicon forum. Kate)


Liz Mann - Nov 18, 2005 9:57 pm (#542 of 2575)

Usually the ward names are more disorder-specific but it's your ward.


PyroGrl - Nov 18, 2005 11:45 pm (#543 of 2575)



Tazzygirl - Nov 19, 2005 12:34 am (#544 of 2575)


Liz- your ward sounds more to my needs than mine does! Can I move into your ward?

Sorry Finn- I couldn't resist!! And what do you mean by 'normal life'? You are at St. Mungo's! When is there ever 'normal' life here????


Finn BV - Nov 19, 2005 2:01 am (#545 of 2575)
Edited by Nov 18, 2005 6:01 pm

Tazzy, do I smell that bad? Are you really moving?

Haha. I think my ward is more like "Does not move eyes from computer screen" or something like that. Now that I have my computer back from repair, he and I (notice the non-neuter use of a pronoun) will be inseparable.



Tazzygirl - Nov 19, 2005 3:06 am (#546 of 2575)

Finn- I might move back in when the whole GoF settles into my mind and I don't need to go see it everyday... Although the whole "Does not move eyes from computer screen" fits me pretty well...


CatherineHermiona - Nov 19, 2005 10:54 am (#547 of 2575)

Yes, that would be name that would describe me pretty good. My day goes this way when my school is afternoon and I'm having shooting training: I wake up, dress up, go to the computer, write my homework in front of the computer, go to lunch, go to the computer, make my bag, go to the computer, go to school, on the big brake I go to school computer, back to school, go home, go to the computer, go to shooting training, in about two-three hours (yes, that's how much my shooting training lasts), back to the computer, on the computer until 10 p. m., I go to sleep. My day is pretty simple, ha.


Tazzygirl - Nov 19, 2005 9:38 pm (#548 of 2575)

Here is my day-

Wakeup-computer-eat breakfast-computer-computer-computer-computer-go get cousin-computer-a little homework-computer-eat lunch-computer-go to school-computer-eat dinner-computer until about 11pm or so-go to bed- get up one last time to check the threads- and then go to sleep. Then the entire process starts up all over again!

Computer- meaning checking the threads only. Nothing else! Yup- I think I definitely belong here!


Ticker - Nov 19, 2005 10:37 pm (#549 of 2575)
Edited by Nov 19, 2005 2:37 pm

Happy Birthday Sabby!

(Moves into the "Must see GOF again" Ward with Liz.)


Finn BV - Nov 19, 2005 10:46 pm (#550 of 2575)

My day is wake up-breakfast-computer-go to school-computer before homeroom-homeroom-computer after homeroom-classes-*if* I have a free, computer-lunch, which turns into computer, sometimes computer lab! -more classes-home-computer-homework, sometimes on computer-piano practicing-computer-dinner-computer. However, and I really am being serious here, I don't spend as much time in front of the computer as I used to, because it's been in repair. I use my dad's computer, which I bring to school and keep in my room, but I don't, like, drool in front of the screen. I spend lots of time doing other interesting stuff, too.

**joining Liz's and Ticker's ward and is happy because he knows he is going to see GoF on Wednesday **
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Part C - St. Mungo's Lexicon Hospital for the Incurably Insane (May, 2005 to March, 2011) Empty St. Mungo's Songfest & Jingle Bells, Voldie Smells

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Sabotage - Nov 20, 2005 2:40 am (#551 of 2575)

Aww thanks guys! Here I got you all presents for my birthday!

*hands out big fluffy paintbrushes*

Let’s paint the halls green and red for Christmas!


Tazzygirl - Nov 20, 2005 12:30 pm (#552 of 2575)
Edited by Nov 20, 2005 4:41 am

I am in with Ticker, Liz, and Finn too!!! I've seen GoF twice, and will see it A LOT more within the next couple of weeks!!

*grabs paintbrush* Thanks Sabby! and here are some fuzzy new red slippers for you (careful- if you slide down the hall in them, they get a little excited and make you go faster!) and begins to paint the main entrance door green, singing the Hogwarts school song at the top of my lungs.


CatherineHermiona - Nov 20, 2005 1:07 pm (#553 of 2575)
Edited by Nov 20, 2005 5:10 am

I will go to see GoF at least three times, maybe even more. I think more, I will go with my aunts and my cousin Kristina. So, with my family from Rijeka, with my friends, with my friends on my birthday, with my Zagreb family and maybe even with my Zagreb friend. That would be five times.

My word computer means HP Lexicon mostly, but also GoF PC game, Sims 2 here and there.



Liz Mann - Nov 20, 2005 1:40 pm (#554 of 2575)

I've seen GoF twice too now.

Airplane Wishes 1 Sabby!!!


Ticker - Nov 20, 2005 10:31 pm (#555 of 2575)

Awwwww, thanks for the paint brush Sabby! Here - Aria, painted you a picture.... uh, I think it's Victor, but it might be Mogli from Jungle Book... it's hard to get a straight answer from a 2 year old. Alas earwax, they look even more alike when I draw them.

Zagreb?... ???...

(Wanders down the hallway randomly painting doorknobs red or green...)


Tazzygirl - Nov 20, 2005 10:57 pm (#556 of 2575)

*breaks off from singing “Hogwarts” *

. I've seen it twice, and am planning to go again this coming weekend. Then it is off to the Muggle world to do final exams, THEN I can come back to the wizarding world where I will see the movie again when my sister gets back in town, and then again when I go to California to visit my parents... I think by the time the movie comes to video, I will know the entire movie by heart . . . .

*finishes with the front door and paint red and green strips on another wall, and continues on with Hogwarts song*


Hermionefan(#1) - Nov 20, 2005 11:17 pm (#557 of 2575)


... wait... this is Halloween, right??


Viola Intonada - Nov 21, 2005 4:29 am (#558 of 2575)
Edited by Nov 20, 2005 8:30 pm

Happy Birthday Sabby!!

Oh dear, where is some Abbyfetti when you need it? Well I will do my best imitation


sorry, but it is the best I can do. Has anyone heard from Abby lately? I do miss our viola/bagpipe duets.....

You know, I'm getting tired of moving my room from ward to ward. I think I'm just going to permanently move my room to the "Hopelessly Insane about HP Ward"

Ticker, I'm just warning you, don't come near my door knob with that red paint brush or I will have to sick my butterflies on you.


Liz Mann - Nov 21, 2005 4:03 pm (#559 of 2575)

I don't think Abby has been around for quite a while now. I'm ashamed to say that I'd almost forgotten about her. How could I! *slaps wrist*

*calling in sing-song voice* Oh Abby... where are you...?


Ticker - Nov 21, 2005 4:49 pm (#560 of 2575)

Hermy!!!! Did you get lost trick or treating? We've missed you! It's not exactly Halloween but when has that ever stopped us from celebrating a major candy holiday? I do have some left-over candy for you. I hope you like black licorice.

*Approaches Viola's doorknob in head-to-toe mosquito netting…*


Viola Intonada - Nov 22, 2005 12:10 am (#561 of 2575)

*Silently waits behind door with attack butterflies on hand* I think she's coming my pretties. *Cackles evilly*


dizzy lizzy - Nov 22, 2005 12:48 am (#562 of 2575)
Edited by Nov 21, 2005 4:48 pm

***still trying to work out how to wield a paintbrush with my mouth!!**


Tazzygirl - Nov 25, 2005 12:55 am (#563 of 2575)

*glances around and realizes everyone has disappeared.*

Hello? Anybody there? Where did everybody go? My singing could not have been that bad!!


Emily - Nov 25, 2005 3:17 am (#564 of 2575)

Quiet? In St. Mungo's????? NOOOOOOOOOOOOO!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

*Quickly joins in with Tazzy by singing anything that comes to mind in a very off-key voice* - Well, there's a reason I play the flute

Rubber ducky, you're the one.... You make bath time so much fun... (Hey, wasn't there a discussion about that a while ago? Or it could have been on the main forum. Oh well)


Tazzygirl - Nov 25, 2005 9:14 am (#565 of 2575)


Whew! I got a little scared there! I can't tell you how strange and alone... so alone... I felt... sigh.

*slowly starts to sing the Rubber Ducky song along with Emily, and then getting louder and louder...*


Liz Mann - Nov 25, 2005 1:05 pm (#566 of 2575)

Don't worry, I'm around! I don't know the rubber ducky song so I'm going to sing something else.

*sings* Double double, toil and trouble, fire burn and cauldron bubble...

Hey, here's a thought! Why don't we form a band! We have flute players, viola players and bagpipe players, and some of the rest of us could sing.


Emily - Nov 25, 2005 6:56 pm (#567 of 2575)

Ooh, I'll join! Can we go caroling, or will we play on a stage?


Tazzygirl - Nov 25, 2005 8:26 pm (#568 of 2575)

Oooh! Let’s do both! I'll be a back up singer!!


Sabotage - Nov 25, 2005 11:29 pm (#569 of 2575)

I was grounded. Je n'aime pas etre "grounded".

I'm obsessed with French right now. Dunno why... Probably a side effect from disliking how they made the Pensive look in the movie.

Viktor and I are off to look at some new brooms for him. They're missing him at Quidditch you know. He may have to leave me soon. He he, but I have a plan.

*rubs hands together in a menacingly way*

A pe-rrrrr-fect plan. Mu Wahahaha!


Viola Intonada - Nov 26, 2005 2:15 am (#570 of 2575)

I love Christmas Carols! *Tunes viola to no avail*

What should we start with, Silent Night? Greensleeves? Away in the Manger? or should we do it Hogwarts School Song style and each sing, play our favorite song at the same time?


Tazzygirl - Nov 26, 2005 2:39 am (#571 of 2575)
Edited by Nov 25, 2005 6:40 pm

Oh Christmas tree! Oh Christmas tree! ummmm... really lame but I don't remember that much more. I learned a different version of the song about a toad named Tom, so that version takes over the original... How about "Jingle Bells! Jingle Bells! Jingle all the way! Oh what fun it is to ride in a one horse open sleigh! HEY!"

heeheehee... Did I tell you all this is my favorite time of year?


Ticker - Nov 26, 2005 3:44 am (#572 of 2575)
Edited by Nov 25, 2005 7:46 pm

*Pulls out penny whistle & plays the Diagon Alley theme...* Wow! What do you know? It blends perfectly with Jingle Bells, Silent Night & Rubber Ducky.

Rubber Jingle, you're the Night (toot, toot)

Holy Ducky, you make bathtime lots of snow (tweetly-tweet)

Oh! what calm it is, I'm awfully fond of bright (toot)

Round yon one horse do-do-dee-do open tender & mild sleigh (teetly-toot)

I don't know... I think it might work for those of us who are rhythmically confused... Whadaya think?


Tazzygirl - Nov 26, 2005 7:39 am (#573 of 2575)

It's fabulous Ticker! That takes some talent... I am definitely one of those rhythmically challenged and confused people...

wanders off singing Ticker's song


Emily - Nov 26, 2005 8:48 pm (#574 of 2575)

I like it, Ticker, but I think I'll stick to Greensleeves on my flute. We've had to play it for almost every Christmas concert for the past five years, I have it memorized. After that, I'll attempt to learn your song.


CatherineHermiona - Nov 27, 2005 3:45 pm (#575 of 2575)

Well, I'm not much of a singer. If you want, I can join you, if you are singing just so. And if you want to get paid to stop singing. Otherwise,....

Ok, I'm off to play my GoF. ***Go, Harry, go!!!! Collect that Gillyweed!!!*** Bye.... ***No, Harry, jinx them! Kill those stupid dugbogs! Orbis! Inflatus! Wingardium Leviosa!*** ..... for..... ***You need to cast Aqua Eructo at that fire, Hermione!*** ... now...... ***No, don't do that!!! You'll lock yourself inside that yard full of erklings*** Kate ***Levicorpus, Ron! Uhm, I mean, Lapitorfs!*** ***Collect that frog!!!*** ***Don't go in that mushrooms!!!***


Liz Mann - Nov 27, 2005 5:30 pm (#576 of 2575)

You've made me want to play the game now, Catherine, and I have work to do.


Finn BV - Nov 27, 2005 8:31 pm (#577 of 2575)

Hey guys! St. Mungo's allowed me a brief leave of absence while I went away to visit relatives in Maine who still think *gasp* I'm sane. Sorry we were so quiet…

I play the piano, percussion, and sing, so I'd love to join our band. I think we should keep our Quidditch name and make us the Maniacs, but it's up for discussion. Off to see if we're winning!


Emily - Nov 28, 2005 12:02 am (#578 of 2575)

Definitely, The Maniacs: Percussion/Piano, Flute, Viola, Singers, what else have we got? A couple clarinets or an alto-saxophone maybe? LOL, we'll be great.


Liz Mann - Nov 28, 2005 1:21 am (#579 of 2575)

If Abby comes back we have the bagpipes.


dizzy lizzy - Nov 28, 2005 5:35 am (#580 of 2575)

I'll join in with some tuneful howling!


Tazzygirl - Nov 28, 2005 6:03 am (#581 of 2575)

This is definitely going to be interesting...

*begins to clear throat*. Are we almost ready? Greensleeves sounds perfect for starting...


Finn BV - Nov 28, 2005 11:42 pm (#582 of 2575)

Alas, my love, you do me wrong……


Emily - Nov 28, 2005 11:43 pm (#583 of 2575)

Ok. Who's directing? Or do we all go at our own tempo?

I agree that this will be interesting!


Finn BV - Nov 29, 2005 1:32 am (#584 of 2575)

One, two, three, four A……

That's your cue!!!


Tazzygirl - Nov 29, 2005 2:13 am (#585 of 2575)
Edited by Nov 28, 2005 6:25 pm

To take off from Finn-

To cast me off discourteously. For I have loved you well and long, Delighting in your company...

All together now! (This is the chorus part, I think.)

Greensleeves was all my joy, Greensleeves was my delight, Greensleeves was my heart of gold, And who but my Lady Greensleeves. Your vows you've broken, like my heart, Oh, why did you so enrapture me? Now I remain in a world apart, But my heart remains in captivity...

Is this supposed to be a holiday song? It kind of sounds depressing... I remember the music, and the words I know are different... Are there two versions of Greensleeves (I think I am thinking of 'What child is this'.)? Anyone know what am talking about?


Viola Intonada - Nov 29, 2005 2:21 am (#586 of 2575)

Well.... The holiday version is "What child is this, who, laid to rest..."


Tazzygirl - Nov 29, 2005 2:25 am (#587 of 2575)
Edited by Nov 28, 2005 6:35 pm

Viola!! Then I'm not crazy! Let’s change it to that version, if no one has objections (or we can switch it to a different song altogether, doesn't matter to me.)!

What Child is this, who, laid to rest, On Mary's lap is sleeping? Whom angels greet with anthems sweet, While shepherds watch are keeping?...

Who wants to take it up next part?


Finn BV - Nov 29, 2005 2:35 am (#588 of 2575)

Well, if you want to know what I think, SOME CRAZY GUY RIPPED OFF ANOTHER CRAZY GUY AND JUST STUCK IN DIFFERENT LYRICS. Haha. I crack my own self up.

AHA! That's why I'm in St. Mungo's! I crack myself up!! Move me to the ward!!

*zooms bed (and bedpan) to correct ward*

Hiya, folks, anyone else in this ward? Martini, a nurse please, wait, no, nurse, a martini please, wait, no, I'm only 13, make it a Coke… I hate Coke, just get me some orange juice.

ha ha ha ha ha

I seriously crack myself up.


Pigwidgeon - Nov 29, 2005 2:36 am (#589 of 2575)

Then I'm not crazy!

You're not??? Had us fooled Then how did you find your way here?


Tazzygirl - Nov 29, 2005 2:37 am (#590 of 2575)
Edited by Nov 28, 2005 6:38 pm

LOL Finn! You don't like Coke? Do you like any type of Carbonated drink, or is just Coke? I am asking this because I don't like any type of carbonated drink, and to find someone else who doesn't either would be awesome!

Pigwidgeon- LOL! I just remembered that is the whole reason why I am in St. Mungo's... Uh-oh- the nurses are coming to get me....


Marie E. - Nov 29, 2005 2:48 am (#591 of 2575)

I'll have Finn's Coke then, thanks!


*hopes that Coke in Mungo's is the same as on the outside*


Liz Mann - Nov 29, 2005 11:49 am (#592 of 2575)

I don't like fizzy drinks, either, including coke.

Finn, I think you're going to fit in just fine here.


Finn BV - Nov 29, 2005 5:53 pm (#593 of 2575)

Well, I like some carbonated drinks, but not stuff like Coke, Pepsi, or Dr. Pepper.

Where's that orange juice??


Tazzygirl - Nov 29, 2005 8:08 pm (#594 of 2575)

Give me lemonade or water anytime! I like milk, and certain types of juices, but not so much orange juice (I like oranges, though)... As for soda- my mom gave me some when I was two, and I spit it out. 20 years later, I still don't like it. I've taken a sip on accident several times (I wasn't looking and when I reached for my own drink, I picked up my friend's or family member's drink. They think it is hilarious when I do that), and it has taken all of my energy to not spit it out.


Elfcat - Nov 30, 2005 4:18 pm (#595 of 2575)

Can't remember if I made this up or found it here last Christmas, but:

Jingle Bells, Voldy Smells,

Wormtail ran away!

Snape is spying, and he's lying,

Every single day, hey!

Jingle bells, Voldy smells,

He needs to be AK'd!

Death eaters, put on furs,

And dance the night away!


CatherineHermiona - Nov 30, 2005 6:13 pm (#596 of 2575)

I love that song, Elfcat! Perfect! We can add few more things as

Jingle bells, Voldy smells,

makes Death Eater's day.

Malfoys run, it isn't fun,

Voldy will get them, hey!

Jingle bells, Voldy smells,

one would never say.

But a crowd laughs out loud:

You-Know-Who smells!

A bit stupid, I know. Elfcat, who ever invented that song was real seer. Who would in that time say Snape is liar?



Tazzygirl - Nov 30, 2005 7:57 pm (#597 of 2575)

I like that song! I don't know if Gina will like the “Snape is spying, and he's lying” bit though! I think it is perfect!

*starts zooming around on bedpan singing “Jingle Bells...” *


Ticker - Nov 30, 2005 9:30 pm (#598 of 2575)

Anyone who claims to not lie is lying.

That said... *Picks up penny whistle & toots along to “Voldy smells...” *


Viola Intonada - Dec 1, 2005 3:57 am (#599 of 2575)

*plays along with a nice harmony to Ticker's penny whistle*


Tazzygirl - Dec 1, 2005 7:24 am (#600 of 2575)

Hey Viola-

Are you missing some butterflies? I was zooming around on my bedpan, singing, and minding my own business when all of a sudden I was knocked off and then chased up the never-ending staircase... gasping for breath Oh No! They are coming again! AHHHHHHHH! Viola! Call them off!

Part C - St. Mungo's Lexicon Hospital for the Incurably Insane (May, 2005 to March, 2011) Butter10

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Part C - St. Mungo's Lexicon Hospital for the Incurably Insane (May, 2005 to March, 2011) Empty A Demon of Butterflies

Post  Lady Arabella on Thu Dec 27, 2012 9:36 pm


Viola Intonada - Dec 2, 2005 2:29 am (#601 of 2575)

Return to me my pretties. Leave Tazzy alone, unless she has a paint brush in her hand and she wants to paint our lovely door.


Sabotage - Dec 2, 2005 3:26 am (#602 of 2575)

*begins painting a mural of Viktor as Santa, giving the patients presents*


Tazzygirl - Dec 2, 2005 6:09 am (#603 of 2575)

Thanks, Viola! I'll keep the mental note of not painting your door...


Sabotage - Dec 4, 2005 9:03 pm (#604 of 2575)

Hey guys. I have bad news. I'm grounded from the computer for a while until my marks improve, so I won't be around. Take care of Viktor for me, and you might have to find another Chaser for the team.

Au revoir


Finn BV - Dec 4, 2005 11:32 pm (#605 of 2575)

Oh, Sabby, what will the nurses say?? Hope to see you back soon…


Tazzygirl - Dec 4, 2005 11:53 pm (#606 of 2575)

Poor Sabby! We'll see you soon! I'll keep tabs on Victor for you (if no one has already claimed him!)


Ticker - Dec 5, 2005 12:29 am (#607 of 2575)

*Goes into a corner & cries...*

Oh Sabby. It's just not the same here without you. Good luck with improving your marks. Hope to see you over the Christmas holiday!

*Pulls out Flourish & Blotts catalog & scans the pages for helpful quills to send Sabby...*

Don't worry about painting the doorknobs Tazzy. I was able to get a lovely checkerboard & paisley pattern on Viola's knob while you were busy with the butterflies. Thanks! I think I'll hang on to my mosquito netting a bit longer, just in case...


Viola Intonada - Dec 5, 2005 3:57 am (#608 of 2575)

*Goes back to room and notices the door knob*

What, who did this!!!! Fly, my pretties, fly! Find who did this and bring them to me!!!


Liz Mann - Dec 5, 2005 3:19 pm (#609 of 2575)
Edited by Dec 5, 2005 7:19 am

*peeks out of the 'posting fanfiction again' ward* Uh oh. Quick, Ticker, hide!


Tazzygirl - Dec 5, 2005 6:14 pm (#610 of 2575)
Edited by Dec 5, 2005 10:15 am

Your welcome Ticker- I guess... I received one nasty bite right between my eyes from one particular butterfly.

*glances around, sees butterflies coming at full speed.*

Oh no! Ticker, you better run, they are coming for you! *zooms back up the staircase to ward and hastily shuts the door.*

Phew! I thought I was a gonner again...Oh No! I forgot Victor! What will Sabby think? *cautiously opens door again, and then quickly picks up really ugly pink and green umbrella*
Accio Victor! *puts umbrella back into very secret place.*


Ticker - Dec 5, 2005 7:27 pm (#611 of 2575)

YIKES!!! Maybe this would be a good time for a little dip in the pool...


Tazzygirl - Dec 5, 2005 8:49 pm (#612 of 2575)

Make sure you take some gillyweed, Ticker! You might be down there for a little while...


Sabotage - Dec 7, 2005 3:44 am (#613 of 2575)

*makes wild dash into Mungo's whilst doing Social homework*

Viktor come here for a sec!

*places anti-nabbing spell on Viktor*

There, now nobody can take him.


Tazzygirl - Dec 8, 2005 5:56 am (#614 of 2575)

Sabby- I would have taken good care of him and then returned him to you! Honest! See! I protected him from Viola's butterflies!


dizzy lizzy - Dec 10, 2005 4:30 am (#615 of 2575)
Edited by Dec 9, 2005 8:33 pm

Hey I'm back!!!!

Now....where have I been? How did I get there? and how did I get back here?....

***Goes off to ponder the three life-shattering questions and completely misses the mayhem going on around and over her....*****


CatherineHermiona - Dec 10, 2005 4:46 pm (#616 of 2575)

Ha, you guys are funny!

Today my mother went to her friend to talk (read gossip) a bit. I told her: "Have fun!" She said: "You are the only one sane here." I'm asking myself: "Why am I in St. Mungo's then?"

Oh, I remembered. I'm not myself lately, I'm totally foolish. I know why, something happened to me. What? I have no idea. Lately I started to write doesn't matter what instead of F (N) on physics. Or I write dinometer instead of dynamometer (we learn force now).

Ah, does this sound familiar? We wrote final exam in English (I mean, for the end of semester). I heard from others: "I didn't manage to write last two exercises." or "You have to write all, and sentences and ....... I don't know what you don't need to write." So I came and expected two meters exam. Then I started to write. I had 20 minutes left after I wrote whole exam. When I gave my test, the first one, all asked: "You're done already?" I felt as Hermione when she said: "Believe it or not, someone already asked me! And I said yes!" I don't mean words, I mean what she done between those two sentences.

Did anyone catch anything of this? Why am I asking? At all, I don't care.

One more thing, keep those butterflies away from me. They do indeed look as flies that accidentally flew into butter. Kate ***hopes no-one heard her***


Tazzygirl - Dec 11, 2005 6:39 am (#617 of 2575)

Kate- you might want to be careful! Viola might take offense and set her 'pets' on you!

Why are such dangerous creatures allowed in St. Mungo's in the first place???? *ducks as another butterfly divebombs*


Liz Mann - Dec 11, 2005 6:23 pm (#618 of 2575)

Do you really think the Healers would have the guts to try and send them out, Tazzy?


Tazzygirl - Dec 11, 2005 10:21 pm (#619 of 2575)

Liz- on second thought, I don't think the healers could send them away...

Is it safe to come out yet?


Finn BV - Dec 12, 2005 1:13 am (#620 of 2575)

AHHHHHH!! No! Stay inside Tazzy! I think I have BS (butterfly syndrome, of course ).


Tazzygirl - Dec 12, 2005 4:47 am (#621 of 2575)

You might want a nurse to look at your BS, Finn! It could be contagious.

*shuts door quickly as a swarm of butterflies swoops by.*


CatherineHermiona - Dec 12, 2005 3:29 pm (#622 of 2575)

Oh, no! I didn't mean so! Those are really sweet and nice butterflies! Like a nice...... I don't know what.

Luckily I brought some protego suits from Weasley's Wheezes with me. But I'm not sure do those work against this *khm* demon *khm* kind of butterflies.

Oh, no, Finn! You should really go to doctor. Just don't go to mine one, you know he's a vampire. And I think that he likes BS blood the most.

*puts her protego suit on her and quietly passes by pool and then runs in her room*

BTW, what is my room? Oh, gosh, I have no room! Where to hide, quick?! Does anyone have so much mercy to take me to her/his room until butterflies don't go away?



Liz Mann - Dec 12, 2005 9:12 pm (#623 of 2575)
Edited by Dec 12, 2005 1:12 pm

*waves at Catherine from doorway* Quick, come into the Obsessive-Compulsive Quidditch Disorder ward with me and whoever the heck my roommate is (I forget)!


Viola Intonada - Dec 12, 2005 10:29 pm (#624 of 2575)

Come back to me, my pretties. I believe that everyone knows to NOT paint my door knob.

*butterflies fly back to Viola, returning to their normal, docile behavior*


Tazzygirl - Dec 13, 2005 1:04 am (#625 of 2575)

WHEW!! I thought I was going to be in my room for the rest of my life! Thanks Viola!

So now that we have recovered from the attacking butterflies, what should we do now?

Jingle bells, jingle bells...


Finn BV - Dec 13, 2005 1:25 am (#626 of 2575)
Edited by Dec 12, 2005 5:26 pm


*does incurably insane stuff*

Wow. That was fun. (Am I supposed to enjoy that? Is that why I'm here?)


Tazzygirl - Dec 13, 2005 4:45 am (#627 of 2575)

Finn, you need another appointment with the head nurse. I think the butterflies really got to you... We might have to put you in isolation...


CatherineHermiona - Dec 13, 2005 1:15 pm (#628 of 2575)

Oh, thanks Liz! That was nice from you. No matter it was for short time. Your room is very comfortable. May I move here?

“Finn, better listen to me, go to the doctor!” yells Kate to Finn as she ran on the other side of the building where she thinks she is in sure distance.

Tazzy, I need to tell you something. Others besides Tazzy, don't read this, please! But even if you do read, you won't understand anything as this is about one certain boy but you don't know him (in fact, Tazzy doesn't know him either. I think he knows, but I didn't say anything. He just came today and told me something and made me think he knows! What have I just said? Who is Tazzy? I think someone played with wand and said Obliviate! I said those doctors not to let kids inside! They aren't insane, they are just kids.



Tazzygirl - Dec 14, 2005 12:05 am (#629 of 2575)
Edited by Dec 13, 2005 4:08 pm

Kate- I think I just understood your insanity thought... It is amazing I can understand what you are talking about- I think... If I am on the same wild and insane train of thought- YEAY for you! I think the next time I will be in the chat room is Saturday (at our usual times). We can talk further then...

You know, it is pretty dangerous to be able to understand what is going through the minds of all the St. Mungo's patients. I think I need to see a psychiatrist (I think I spelled that wrong, but hey, I am insane!)...

I think I am going to move into the "Real life at the moment is chaotic and annoying so I want to run and hide so everything settles down" Ward. (say that ten times fast!)


CatherineHermiona - Dec 14, 2005 12:19 pm (#630 of 2575)

Oh, good, Tazzy! Oh, no! My friend has a birthday party at Saturday! But I might sneak in the chat room...... hopefully no-one will follow me........ as what I need to tell you is not what others should see.......

Oh, I don't know did he realise. By that what he told me today........

thinks did he realise......... and is he going to do what he said he will do.......

Oh, good I'm unclear. I don't want to be clear, as everyone would get every thing if I'm more clear. Gosh, I don't undertand myself!



prof sprout - Dec 14, 2005 6:20 pm (#631 of 2575)
Edited by Dec 14, 2005 10:20 am

Hello, Where am I? I vaguely remember handing out order forms for new WW products, and saw a teddy bear walking toward me. I thought we got rid of all of those riddle bears. Keep your eyes out, for them. They might disguise themselves as Christmas presents. I'm trying to get all of my memories back. I think I was taken hostage by Dementors (ie employers) Well, when I fully recover I'll try to post some more.

prof sprout


Tazzygirl - Dec 14, 2005 8:07 pm (#632 of 2575)

Hi Prof. Sprout!


Emily - Dec 14, 2005 11:26 pm (#633 of 2575)
Edited by Dec 14, 2005 3:28 pm

Hi Prof. Sprout!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Wow, it's been a while!!!!!!! We're glad to have you back. Ooh, have you seen our Quidditch reccord? LOL.

Don't worry, Kate, I don't understand and I'm pretty insane.... Not likely anyone else will.... unless you two are secretly SANE???? Oh no!! Oh, sorry, just ignore me....

*wanders into a corner*


PyroGrl - Dec 14, 2005 11:54 pm (#634 of 2575)


And be prepared to sing the Hippopotamus song! Let's go over it once:

I want a hippopotamus for Christmas,
Only hippopotamus will do
No crocodiles, or rhinoceroses
I only like
And hippopotamuses like me too!

Been too busy in the reality world lately...sort of. *sigh* Still five more shows to go...tonight is our first nighttime play of Yes Virginia, There Is A Santa Claus. I may turn into a Scrooge.


dizzy lizzy - Dec 15, 2005 2:32 am (#635 of 2575)
Edited by Dec 14, 2005 6:32 pm

Whoops!!!! What I have wandered back into???? Chaos????


Tazzygirl - Dec 15, 2005 4:41 am (#636 of 2575)
Edited by Dec 14, 2005 8:42 pm

I'm bringing my turtle, Pyro! His name is Killer. Hippopotamus... You know, I think that was the first time ever I had to write Hippopotamus. Isn't that strange?

And I really did have a turtle named Killer, he was a baby turtle who liked to bite a lot whenever you held him.

Don't worry Emily- Kate and I are definitely insane... or we could be so sane that we are insane... or we... never mind. I'm starting to confuse myself.


Finn BV - Dec 16, 2005 2:55 am (#637 of 2575)

Hi everybody, dropping the insanity for a little bit (gasp ), just thought since y'all are FanFic writers, that Mugglenet is hosting an "opening-to-Book-7" contest here.

We now resume this normally scheduled incurable insanity…


Sabotage - Dec 16, 2005 3:43 am (#638 of 2575)

I'm going for a long walk off the short diving board if you don't mind guys!


Hee hee.


CatherineHermiona - Dec 16, 2005 4:09 pm (#639 of 2575)

Oh, I just remembered that I haven't yet asked if I can get day off so I can go to my friend's birthday.

Oh, some friends can be really un-understandable(?). Oh, I really don't know what got into my friends. Oh, one works against the other. Oh, first came Ana and told "Oh, that Matea!" then Nika came and told "Oh that Alexa and Matea!" then I get asked by Matea why did I change my point of view on her. Oh! Oh, but Matea is my really best friend of all. Oh, yes, Matea and Mimi but in fact only Matea.

Oh, why do I start every sentence with 'Oh!'
Oh, must be my oh-ish day. Oh!



Viola Intonada - Dec 17, 2005 8:48 pm (#640 of 2575)

Welcome back, Prof. Sprout! That was a really long, long, long, long honeymoon. We have installed a new swimming pool here at St. Mungo's.

You know, I think we should invite the Durmstrang students for a Christmas party, what do you think? They should be able to shrink their ship and bring it up in out pool.


Tazzygirl - Dec 17, 2005 11:00 pm (#641 of 2575)
Edited by Dec 17, 2005 3:01 pm

Viola- I think that is a wonderful idea! And if they can't fit into the swimming pool, we will just have to order a lake!

(By the way, I LOVED the entrance of the Durmstrang students in the Great Hall in the movie! and Stanislav Ianevski is cute!!!)


CatherineHermiona - Dec 18, 2005 2:26 pm (#642 of 2575)

Oh, gosh, it was great on my friend's birthday! I never thought I'll say this, but they put narodnjake (I really don't know how to say it on English) in my ear. We also played the bottle of the truth (if you know what that is). Somehow it seemed to me that the bottle just didn't want to leave me alone. Even worse, the 'answer part'. 'Question part? always came to Nika. Somehow it spread around pretty fast that I have a crush on _ _ _ _. So, first question: "Do you have a crush on _ i n _?". I told "No.". Totally cold-blooded. For the first time I lied to the bottle of the truth. Ok, so of course next question was: "Who do you have a crush on?" luckily with a possibility of saying it only to her. I had to say. I told "_ i n _". Then: "Who is the cutest guy in 7. c?" Well, who else but Dino? (Don't get me wrong, it's not Dino who is my crush although he fits this letters as well.) Then, "Does _ i n _ has a crush on you?". I told, "I don't think so, we'll see soon enough." That was pretty much it. Then dancing again, and again, and again. And then music show. And then I had to go.

Sorry to bother you with this, but I have to tell that, and this is one of rare threads my mother isn't reading.



Tazzygirl - Dec 19, 2005 1:33 am (#643 of 2575)

Totally understandable Kate! Hope you had fun at the party though!


CatherineHermiona - Dec 19, 2005 9:36 am (#644 of 2575)

Oh, yes! We were dancing and singing and I wished you guys were there because we could have had a birthday concert, our band. You know, Happy Birthday to You and so on...

In fact, that questioning was exactly what I had in mind.



Ticker - Dec 20, 2005 3:42 am (#645 of 2575)

BWAHAHAHAHAHAHA! *Sneaks off down the hallway having horked all the doorknobs for my secret collection…*

Professor Sprout! So good to see you again! *Hides doorknob bag behind back...* Uh... these are just um, for a special counseling session... uh, yeah... very important... Anyway, are you finding marriage time consuming?

Moving certainly is. (I'm partway moved to Cody, WY - I know, I know... never thought I'd leave good ol' SD - but... life is so interesting...) so Happy Christmas all. I might not make it to the Christmas party this year so here's an ear cleaning set for each of you. Never get enough of those...

Thanks for the invitation Pyro. I can't seem to locate my hippo. Dang. Can't figure out why it's so easy to misplace... I'll just go see if I can find it.


Tazzygirl - Dec 20, 2005 3:49 am (#646 of 2575)
Edited by Dec 19, 2005 7:49 pm

How come I can't get into my room? *searches for door knob*) What? Where did my door knob go!!!???

Thanks Ticker, for the ear cleaning set! I was actually thinking of sneaking out of St. Mungo's to go pick me up a set! Good luck in moving!


Ticker - Dec 20, 2005 3:51 am (#647 of 2575)



Viola Intonada - Dec 20, 2005 10:22 pm (#648 of 2575)

What? I can't hear you. What? A beer cleaning set? I don't need a beer cleaning set. I could use an ear cleaning set! *Opens package* Alright! An ear cleaning set. Just what I need!

Cody, WY? I've been to Cody. Very nice museum there. Don't worry, Ticker. I'm sure you'll find your hippo in one of your boxes as you unpack. I just hope it isn't one of the boxes that won't get opened until six months after the move.

I'll send word to the Durmstrangs. Hopefully we will hear back from them soon.


Liz Mann - Dec 21, 2005 1:23 am (#649 of 2575)

Christmas party, Ticker? Now there's an idea!


Tazzygirl - Dec 21, 2005 7:14 am (#650 of 2575)
Edited by Dec 20, 2005 11:17 pm

I think there are some old family friends that live in Cody now... Cody, WY sounds really familiar to me... *Walks away in deep thought...*

By the way, has anyone seen my pet turtle, Killer? He seems to have disappeared while at the Hippo party.
(Kiiiiiiiiiilllllllllleeeeeeeeeerrr! Where are you????? *starts looking under furniture...*)

Apologies in advance if any of you find him in your bed. Be careful! He likes to bite too...

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Part C - St. Mungo's Lexicon Hospital for the Incurably Insane (May, 2005 to March, 2011) Empty Bedpan Races

Post  Lady Arabella on Thu Dec 27, 2012 9:41 pm


dizzy lizzy - Dec 21, 2005 7:26 am (#651 of 2575)

Oh ummm, now you all have a good holiday aye?

I'm disappearing tomorrow for about 10 days to go and see the family. And go to the movies - GoF and Narnia for starters.



CatherineHermiona - Dec 21, 2005 7:48 am (#652 of 2575)

Oh, that reminds me, Tazzy. I lost my dog Biter and cat Poisonous. Hope I'll find them soon..... Watch of one small, black dog that barks really strong, he's not afraid to bite if you're annoying. Cat, she mutated, somehow she's poisonous.

Tazzy, good luck with the surgery! I guess that means you'll have to move to other hospital on one day. We are hoping for you to get back soon, I heard that in that serious hospitals and doctors are way more serious, they sometimes yell, but are way more handsome.



Finn BV - Dec 22, 2005 2:34 am (#653 of 2575)

lizzy – what will I tell the matrons??

Cody? Think I made it to Wyoming this past June, you know, *tear* my last trip before I was brought here… but now I'm having a BLAST!!!

I have a friend named Cody. Does that count?

AHH Kate I definitely think I found your pets!! They were attracted to biting me, did you know that? Now I'll only die but thanks to you I'll die a lovely painful death!

*hopes someone will save him REALLY soon*


Viola Intonada - Dec 22, 2005 4:03 am (#654 of 2575)

Ooo, I found my hippo. She even has a pink tutu. She is one of the hippos from "Fantasia". May I join the party now?

Still haven't heard back from the Durmstrang. I hope my messenger butterfly didn't get lost, or hurt, or eaten!


CatherineHermiona - Dec 22, 2005 8:51 am (#655 of 2575)

Oh, thank you! Thank you very much, Finn! Now, let me see your wound... well, it's not a big deal, she only barely touched you. Here you go, with pets like this, I always have to have antidote with me.

Did you know my dog is actually called Biter? I mean, that's the closest translation of her name.

Now, come back Poisie. Everyone are my friends here, there's no need for eliminating people, really. Poisie! Get back here, you mean cat! Poisie! Oh, please, can someone help me? She really isn't like that usually, trust me. Must be new environment.

*picks up Biter and asks for help in finding Poisie*


Tazzy, I hope you'll be back soon.



Tazzygirl - Dec 22, 2005 2:33 pm (#656 of 2575)

I'm back! The doctors were much more serious in that hospital than the ones here! I am soooo glad to be back! The surgery went extremely well. I just hope I don't have to go through it again! Thanks for the thoughts! My surgeon was none too handsome, but the anesthesiologist was not bad. But I was in LaLa land for that part, so I wouldn't trust my judgment!

Poisie, where are you??? Has anyone seen Killer? He is still missing...

Viola- incidently I found in a magazine while waiting to go into surgery a 'Grow your own Butterfly' Kit- and I instantly thought of you!


Finn BV - Dec 23, 2005 4:13 am (#657 of 2575)

Messenger butterfly, Viola? Gulp… Um… you might want to think about resending that message… *innocent*

I'll look Kate, and thanks for that medicine. Now I'll die a slow painful death, even better!


CatherineHermiona - Dec 24, 2005 8:02 am (#658 of 2575)

You just have to die, ha?

Anyway, I just came to wish you all Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays!!!!

I get two days off for holidays so I won't be here until Monday. See you then. I'll miss you.



Tazzygirl - Dec 24, 2005 5:02 pm (#659 of 2575)

Happy Holidays fellow St. Mungo patients!


Liz Mann - Dec 25, 2005 9:43 pm (#660 of 2575)

Merry Christmas inmates!


Viola Intonada - Dec 26, 2005 1:41 am (#661 of 2575)
Edited by Dec 25, 2005 5:43 pm

*Strolling through the hallways, playing the viola and singing carols*

Jingle bells, the bedpans smell, we're inmates at St. Mungo's, oh what fun it is to be insane on Christmas Day, Hey!

Merry Christmas everyone!

Tazzy, glad to hear you are recovering well! I was wondering where I had left my book.


Finn BV - Dec 26, 2005 2:47 am (#662 of 2575)

Merry Christmas! And if I don't see you until the new year, while I am away (shh! don't tell the matron!), Happy New Year! And Happy Whatever Else You Celebrate!


Tazzygirl - Dec 26, 2005 3:45 am (#663 of 2575)

Anybody up for a game of bedpan racing?


PyroGrl - Dec 27, 2005 4:18 am (#664 of 2575)

I'm in! Though I may have an unfair advantage as the Seeker...bah.

Hey, does anyone know the name of song played in the 1994 version of "Lassie"? Where it's all stormy outside and the little girl says to the brother, "Mom used to sing this song!" and then he runs out and gets attacked by the coyote?


Tazzygirl - Dec 27, 2005 7:32 am (#665 of 2575)
Edited by Dec 26, 2005 11:32 pm

But I've got a secret weapon, Pyro!! We'll just have to race to find out...

Anybody else up for Bedpan Racing?


CatherineHermiona - Dec 27, 2005 10:17 am (#666 of 2575)

I'm in as well. Beware, my bedpan is special bedpan and I'm in the special (read: best ever) mood.



Liz Mann - Dec 27, 2005 2:26 pm (#667 of 2575)

I'll go in for a bit of Bedpan Racing! Where are we racing to?


Tazzygirl - Dec 27, 2005 4:54 pm (#668 of 2575)

Ok, so far it is me, Pyro, Kate, and Liz!

We are doing a race around the first floor (the hallway is a complete circle), and then out the main front doors, around the pool, then two times around the entire St. Mungo's building. The first person to go through the main doors back into St. Mungo's, is the winner!

Ok, last call! Who else would like to join??


Emily - Dec 27, 2005 8:36 pm (#669 of 2575)

Oh! Wait for me! *runs up clutching bedpan, slightly winded* I ran all the way from the fifth floor! But now we can start.

The track sounds kinda complicated... is there any penalty for going the wrong way once or twice?


Tazzygirl - Dec 28, 2005 6:34 pm (#670 of 2575)

I don't remember the rules... I don't think there are any! No penalties except for if you knock someone off their bedpan. So- circle around first floor, out the main doors, around the swimming pool, and then around the hospital twice. First person to get back through main doors wins! WAIT! We need a commentator!

Anybody up for being a commentator? (and there is still time to add more people to the race!)

Race Line up:

Tazzy, Kate, Pyro, Liz, and Emily


Liz Mann - Dec 29, 2005 12:05 am (#671 of 2575)

Don't worry Emily, I've put sign posts up pointing the way around the course. So it's once around the second floor, out the back door, around the Quidditch pitch and then around the pool twice, right?


Tazzygirl - Dec 29, 2005 9:14 am (#672 of 2575)
Edited by Dec 29, 2005 1:15 am

ummmm... sounds about right, Liz! (I think!)

Question- Can we postpone the race until Sunday? The nurses gave me leave to go visit some family, so I should be back by Sunday. That way it will also give more time to let others join the race.


Emily - Dec 29, 2005 4:19 pm (#673 of 2575)

Sounds good liz- I'll just follow everyone else anyway.

OK with me, Tazzy. Have a good trip!


Tazzygirl - Dec 29, 2005 8:38 pm (#674 of 2575)

WAIT! Change of plans... (darn muggles. They can't make up their minds!) I am no longer going to go visit family, so the race can take place today!

SOOOOOOO- Everybody who is racing, get lined up and MOUNT YOUR BEDPANS!!!!


Emily - Dec 30, 2005 1:16 am (#675 of 2575)

Ooh, I'm ready! Say, No rules? OK, bye!


Viola Intonada - Dec 30, 2005 2:06 am (#676 of 2575)

Hey, I trained one of my best butterflies to fly the course, so just follow the butterfly. You know how they have the greyhounds chasing a rabbit, well same concept.

I'll be more than happy to ref, make sure no one breaks the 250 rules that I made up. hehehe

Ready, set, GGGOOOO!!!!!!!!!


CatherineHermiona - Dec 30, 2005 4:42 pm (#677 of 2575)

Follow the butterfly? That would make Ron happy, at least movie Ron. Didn't he once say: "Follow the spiders. Why didn't he (Hagrid) say follow the butterflies?!"

Ok, I am ready. No wait, I have birthday party today. Can we have this race tomorrow? No tomorrow is New Year's Eve. Maybe day after day after tomorrow? As day after tomorrow we have guests on dinner. Sorry for ruin your plans.

I had an idea. I know FFF chat room doesn't get visits very often. So we can have race there, some time that is good to everyone. And anyone can come and watch too. And that way we can make race 'in live'.



Tazzygirl - Dec 30, 2005 9:10 pm (#678 of 2575)

I think Emily has already started Kate! I think whenever you are ready, then just start to race. As there are no rules, you should be ok! See you later!

bedpans starts up with a little putter and off I go. Oh no! I think my secret weapon is broken!! steam starts issuing out the end of the bedpan. Come on! I gotta catch up with Emily!


Liz Mann - Dec 30, 2005 11:53 pm (#679 of 2575)
Edited by Dec 30, 2005 3:53 pm

Don't worry, Kate. Since this isn't a live chat you can pretend to be here even when you're not.

*zooms off on bedpan*

*singing* Follow the butterfly, follow the butterfly...


CatherineHermiona - Dec 31, 2005 2:18 pm (#680 of 2575)

No, thanks. I think I'll quit the race. I think I have a cold. *cough* I can't drive a broom quick with cold. *cough* I'll take shortcut and wait for you on the end of the race. *cough*



Tazzygirl - Dec 31, 2005 5:50 pm (#681 of 2575)

Come on!

*bedpan splutters one last time and then all of a sudden the secret weapon kicks in.*


*zooms around the first floor and out the front doors.*

By the way, is Ticker still hiding in the pool?


Emily - Dec 31, 2005 9:54 pm (#682 of 2575)


*Is still ahead, but barely* Oh no, Tazzy has almost caught up! *Puts on extra burst of speed*

Awwww, Kate, who ever let a cold stop them? Come on, join whenever you can.


Liz Mann - Jan 1, 2006 12:20 am (#683 of 2575)
Edited by Dec 31, 2005 4:22 pm

*suddenly zooms straight past both Emily and Tazzy and takes the lead*

I got this super-duper state-of-the-art jet-fuled racing bedpan as a New Year's present. (It's 12.22am here in Britain).



Viola Intonada - Jan 1, 2006 5:06 am (#684 of 2575)

Wow, look at that new bedpan go. Liz is almost a blur, she's going so fast.

New Year's party in the dining room when the race is done. Anyone still have our disco ball?



Tazzygirl - Jan 1, 2006 6:42 am (#685 of 2575)

Oh no! Liz just whizzed by! Come on Fred! (I name bedpans) *pushes a secret button and....*

Hi Liz! Bye Liz! *proceeds to whiz past Liz and Emily, but not quite far enough...*

Party? Oh yeah! Ok everyone, the FINISH line is the entrance to the dining room! By the way, Viola, you might want to check my closet, I thought I saw something sparkly in there when I moved in.


Emily - Jan 1, 2006 6:56 pm (#686 of 2575)

Oh no! I'm in last place. I think I can, I think I can...

Party! Is the disco ball in the attic? I hope it isn't lost again. Hmm..... I'll bring some decorations. Happy New Year!


Finn BV - Jan 2, 2006 3:19 am (#687 of 2575)

NOpe, I'm in last place since I'm still back at the start! Hi everybody!! Did the nurses notice my empty bed?? Hope not, or I'm doooooooommmmmmmed……

Score, they didn't.

*hops on bedpan and races to catch up with everybody*

Come on, Bert, catch up, catch up!! (Good idea about the naming, Tazzy!)


Tazzygirl - Jan 2, 2006 4:11 am (#688 of 2575)

Your welcome Finn!

*glances back and notices Liz is only a foot behind... *

Come on Fred!! OH NO!!!

*proceeds to crash into a tree and then down into the pool. After floundering a couple seconds, launches back into the air and tries desperately to catch up with Liz.*


prof sprout - Jan 2, 2006 4:15 am (#689 of 2575)

The next person who passes me with the flag wins the race. Good luck inmates. Butter beer for the winner.

Prof Sprout.


dizzy lizzy - Jan 2, 2006 6:05 am (#690 of 2575)
Edited by Jan 1, 2006 10:06 pm

I'm back.

***flops down on floor completely exhausted!!!!****


Emily - Jan 2, 2006 7:14 pm (#691 of 2575)

Flag??? What Flag? *Goes back, searching for a flag* Oh no!


PyroGrl - Jan 2, 2006 11:26 pm (#692 of 2575)

I'm hopping out of the race. Been playing so much bedpan Quidditch I'm actually experiencing motion sickness. Oh....


Viola Intonada - Jan 3, 2006 1:53 am (#693 of 2575)

Motion sickness?!?!?!? Oh, Pyro, could this be true??????

The Disco Ball still has not shown up yet. I guess we will have to party without it. Gred and Feorge said they would take care of the food and the entertainment, and then they winked at me. Do you think that might mean something?

I hope Ticker hasn't gotten lost in her move.


Finn BV - Jan 3, 2006 3:44 am (#694 of 2575)

Viola... the last time F&G winked at me, my tongue was on fire rather mysteriously for 4 hours after drinking some pink lemonade... that might mean something? Maybe?

Come on Bert!! Hey look! There's a flag! Over there! By the……… *SMACK.*

Ouch. That hurt. I lost the flag now!! It was red and purple. Hmmmm……


Tazzygirl - Jan 3, 2006 5:44 am (#695 of 2575)

I see the flag!! I see the flag!! Almost there...... Come on Fred! We can do it!...

Poor Pyro!


CatherineHermiona - Jan 3, 2006 11:32 am (#696 of 2575)

Oh, I really wanted to quit the race because I already started to go through shortcuts. But just now I saw the flag. I hope you won't mind joining now and not starting from the beginning!

Listen, one friend of mine told me there are more Finns in Finland. I anyway wanted to move to Finland. Now I'm totally sure I'll move to Finland. It would be nice to have more friends like him.

I plan to call my kids by countries. I plan one will be called Hrvoje, by Croatia (Hrvatska). I also plan to call one Finn, by Finland, not by Finn (I realized that those are same names just few days ago). And I don't know should I take Italo or Francois (or something like that) or Amerigo. And a girl Brittany or Britney.

A party?! A party?! Again! Fourth one in last few days! But I definitely don't mind!



Liz Mann - Jan 3, 2006 3:37 pm (#697 of 2575)

I see the flag! I see the flag!


Finn BV - Jan 3, 2006 3:40 pm (#698 of 2575)

Nuh-uh. I'm gonna beat all yous to dat dere flaggy-poo. Come on, BERT!!


Emily - Jan 3, 2006 10:13 pm (#699 of 2575)


*Extra burst of speed* C'mon, c'mon!

Oh- should I name my bedpan too? Hmm... how about Joe? Seems like a good name. (Yes, I am insane. Duh.)

Come on, Joe! Let's get that flag!


Tazzygirl - Jan 4, 2006 4:19 am (#700 of 2575)

I meant to yell out HI LIZZY!! previously, but I was caught up in the whole race moment... Sorry Lizzy! Glad to hear your trip went well!

Come on Fred!! *Almost there- reaches hand out and...*

What's that shiny thing in the tree? HEY! It's the disco ball! I FOUND THE DISCO BALL!!!

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Post  Lady Arabella on Thu Dec 27, 2012 9:44 pm


dizzy lizzy - Jan 4, 2006 9:29 am (#701 of 2575)
Edited by Jan 4, 2006 1:30 am

Whaaat... how long have I been here???

**looks around at all the flying bedpans with amazement...and feels dizzy***


CatherineHermiona - Jan 4, 2006 10:44 am (#702 of 2575)

Lizzy, do you need a chair?

*takes chair during driving bedpan with full speed and leaves it behind Lizzy**

Here you go, Lizzy.

HI, TAZZY!!!!!!! Bye, Taz...

Here it is, I see it!!!!!!! Come on, Nika! Go, quick, just few more meters!!!!!!



prof sprout - Jan 4, 2006 3:37 pm (#703 of 2575)

I'm here, whoever crosses the finish line with the flag wins.

(waving frantically)


Finn BV - Jan 4, 2006 10:30 pm (#704 of 2575)

Oh, so you have to cross the finish line AND get the flag? Some game, huh? (Thank you Steve Kloves.)

The flag is just 20 feet from my reach……


Emily - Jan 4, 2006 10:33 pm (#705 of 2575)

Oh, but I'm closer! *Grabs flag and is immediately knocked off bedpan by a very coincidental Bludger. Hmm....* Who has it now?


dizzy lizzy - Jan 5, 2006 5:31 am (#706 of 2575)

Thanks kate! That feels heaps better. I think I'll just curl up and have a snooze while you all fly around like maniacs.


CatherineHermiona - Jan 5, 2006 9:30 am (#707 of 2575)

Oh, I'm lucky that Emily got knocked off bedpan. But how am I supposed to get the flag now that Emily still has it?!?!?!

You're welcome, Lizzy! (I don't know does it say 'Your welcome!' or 'You're welcome!')



dizzy lizzy - Jan 5, 2006 9:37 am (#708 of 2575)

You say “You're Welcome” as it is a contraction of You Are Welcome. You had it correct.

That is “You Are” is contracted to “You're.”

Any other grammer/grammar experts out there willing to help me???


**and now back to the broadcast of the latest broomstick race at St Mungo's, courtesy of Wizarding TV!***


Finn BV - Jan 5, 2006 1:07 pm (#709 of 2575)

*is grammar expert and knows how to spell grammar *

Emily, where did you drop the flag?? And welcome back to Lizzy! But where's the flag??


Tazzygirl - Jan 5, 2006 4:51 pm (#710 of 2575)

Where'd the flag go??? Does that mean Emily won? Or is it still to the finish line? or do you have to have both?

I'm sooo confused!!! (I think that is why I am here...)


Emily - Jan 5, 2006 9:29 pm (#711 of 2575)

I dropped the flag when I fell off my bedpan - I don’t know where it went, though! That's right, Tazzy, you need to get the flag and get to the finish line without being tackled. Good luck.


PyroGrl - Jan 5, 2006 9:30 pm (#712 of 2575)

Go whomever!! Whoever wins gets a hug from moi. Smile


Liz Mann - Jan 6, 2006 9:24 pm (#713 of 2575)

This is so funny! Everyone in the last twenty four posts has had the opportunity to proclaim themselves the winner but nobody has. I'm guessing that's because they all know they'd feel guilty to swoop in and take it for themselves.


Tazzygirl - Jan 7, 2006 1:54 am (#714 of 2575)
Edited by Jan 6, 2006 5:56 pm

LOL Liz! I know...

I FOUND THE FLAG!!! It was under that bush by the pool.

*zooms off towards the entrance doors...*


Marie E. - Jan 7, 2006 3:19 am (#715 of 2575)
Edited by Jan 6, 2006 7:19 pm

Hello everyone! Sorry I've been away so long. I ate some of the dreaded green jello and have been in a coma for about month, apparently.

Ticker, if you have moved to Cody, then how will I visit you on my way to ND? Sigh...

*ducks as Tazzygirl zooms overhead...*


Finn BV - Jan 7, 2006 3:58 am (#716 of 2575)


Welcome back Marie. Living proof of the jello poison.


Tazzygirl - Jan 7, 2006 9:06 am (#717 of 2575)

*looks back and notices Marie E.*

Hi Marie!!

I haven't reached the finish line yet!!!! You can still try and get the flag! I know you are the one who really wants to win, Finn!!! So !!


CatherineHermiona - Jan 7, 2006 9:33 am (#718 of 2575)

I'll act a bit as Marcus Flint. I hope you won't mind.

*runs and obstructs Tazzy a way to the finish line*

Now I only have to find a way to take flag from her...

I got it!

Accio flag!!!!!

Why didn't I remember of it before? I was able to do that from there.



dizzy lizzy - Jan 7, 2006 9:36 am (#719 of 2575)
Edited by Jan 7, 2006 1:37 am

So I'll join the party and "Accio" the flag as well - woof woof!

**said flag burst into flames as result of competing "accio's" thrown at it**


Liz Mann - Jan 7, 2006 3:25 pm (#720 of 2575)

Oh no! Quick, maybe if someone grabs a dustpan and brush they can sweep the flag's ashes up and it'll still count! *flies off to get dustpan*


Tazzygirl - Jan 7, 2006 6:14 pm (#721 of 2575)

Ahhh! No! The flag! But wait! Reparo! Yeay! I fixed the flag! picking the flag up I zoom back towards the finish line...

Nice try Kate! Zooms quickly around Kate's blockade...


CatherineHermiona - Jan 7, 2006 7:51 pm (#722 of 2575)

Oh, no, I'm also good at muggle way of stopping people!

Beware, I have a rifle and I'm not afraid to use it! Do not afraid, I won't point at you, at the bottom of the flag with special bullet that will take the flag to me. Although, I'm not as good in shooting as Tena...

Well, anyway, willingly or I need to use force, Tazzy?

During HP Lexicon Forum is down, I'll be in the chat room here. If anyone wants to join me...



Tazzygirl - Jan 7, 2006 11:58 pm (#723 of 2575)

I didn't know there was a chat room in here... I was bummed when the main lexicon was down... Oh well...

hmmmm... I have a special button on Fred (the bedpan) that makes me zoom even faster! See if you can get the flag then, Kate!!

*pushes special button, and zooms to about 10 feet away from the main doors.*

Finish line is the entrance to the party, right?? U-oh! I forgot where the party is!!!


CatherineHermiona - Jan 8, 2006 9:24 am (#724 of 2575)

Hey, it is dangerous! I could hit you this way...

I know what I will do! Accio flag!!!!!!!



Finn BV - Jan 8, 2006 3:53 pm (#725 of 2575)

Nooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo. (My GoF-Voldemort moment.)

That pretty much sums up my feeling right now.

*quickly thinks of clever way to get flag*


Tazzygirl - Jan 8, 2006 7:12 pm (#726 of 2575)

Oh No you don't Kate!! Accio Flag!!! *flag zooms right back to me!*

LOL Finn! Hey- LV and Darth Vader have something in common (I watched Star Wars recently)- they both say NOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO!!! at the end of their parts in the movies. I think LV was better at it though.


Finn BV - Jan 9, 2006 3:45 am (#727 of 2575)

Accio Flag!! (It's not clever, and we already did it about 10 posts back on this thread, but it'll do!!)

See, I'm not a Star Wars person, but I did know some other major villain did that, I just couldn't think who. While we're at it, does Darth=Anakin? It was a clue in the crossword puzzle today and I'm too lazy to look it up, but I'm pretty sure I'm right.


Tazzygirl - Jan 9, 2006 6:52 am (#728 of 2575)

Yes, Finn. Darth Vader is (or was) Anakin. Duh. Everyone knows that!!

Accio Flag! (You know, we could altogether stop racing and just Accio the flag back and forth between all of us. What happened to our Commentator?? And I think we are missing our New Year’s Party...)

*flag comes sailing back to me.* So there!


Tazzygirl - Jan 11, 2006 12:18 am (#729 of 2575)

I think the race is over. Let's just claim everyone winners!

Is the party still going or have we completely missed it???


Finn BV - Jan 11, 2006 1:33 am (#730 of 2575)

That's a nice way to end it!!

I call the last brownie! Hahahahahah!


Tazzygirl - Jan 11, 2006 6:51 am (#731 of 2575)

No fair Finn! I'll arm wrestle you for it!! :evil grin:


Finn BV - Jan 11, 2006 10:09 pm (#732 of 2575)
Edited by Jan 11, 2006 2:09 pm

(through muffled eating noises) Mmf, sorry, mmf, too late. :pbtmff:


Tazzygirl - Jan 12, 2006 8:04 am (#733 of 2575)

What's that on your hand, Finn? It looks green. I think you just ate some green jello- I thought I saw a nurse over by the brownies earlier... Oh well! Better you than me!!!

I'll settle for a bag of unopened Caramel Corn.... 😋


CatherineHermiona - Jan 12, 2006 8:19 am (#734 of 2575)

Does anyone want any Turkish Delight? From fresh chopped roses... I have some but I don't like them. Although my sister thinks they are just as usual Jelly Beans, so don't eat all...

I'm still in the chat room on the other HPL Forum, but I might pop in in this one as well. Kate


Finn BV - Jan 12, 2006 1:22 pm (#735 of 2575)

Turkish Delight! I think I'll have some……… Ugh. I feel sick. What's this green stuff on my lip?


Tazzygirl - Jan 13, 2006 1:25 am (#736 of 2575)

I think I will pass on the Turkish Delight... It didn't look too appetizing when I saw Edmund eating it in TLTWTW.

*watches Finn turn green in the face with amusement.*


PyroGrl - Jan 13, 2006 3:34 am (#737 of 2575)


Wow. I love marine iguanas...they're so cool!! They're like, lizards, but they swim, and they're COOL! Hey I think "Godzilla" was a marine iguana.

*looks into distance, where you can barely see the original St. Mungo's** Speaking of exotic animals, I wonder where LJ is now...I hope he's happy, wherever he is.


Tazzygirl - Jan 13, 2006 6:49 am (#738 of 2575)

HEY! I posted like hours earlier and it is no longer here! What's up with that?? So to repeat what I said-

I think I will pass on the Turkish Delight. I got grossed out when watching Edmund from TLTWTW.

*sits back with bag of caramel corn and watches Finn turn green.*


Kip Carter - Jan 13, 2006 7:07 am (#739 of 2575)

Tazzygirl, you had posted 5 hours and 24 minutes earlier and your message is still there. Check two posts above at post #736. Maybe that green caramel corn . . . .


CatherineHermiona - Jan 13, 2006 8:38 am (#740 of 2575)

Speaking of exotic animals, I still didn't find my Poisie. Will anyone help me? She is poisonous, but only if you make her angry, what I'm sure you won't do...

And, to tell you the truth, Finn, that antidote I gave you... I didn't know if it works, you were (how does it says) experimental bunny, we say here. But you aren't dead, and besides your incurable insanity you are perfectly healthy, so I see it worked. Only if you are turning green because of that...

Glad you liked my Turkish Delight. You know when Edmund wasn't able to stop eating Turkish Delight because White Witch bewitched it? It seems I had some bewitched Turkish Delight because, despite me hating it, I couldn't stop eating it. I hope you didn't get that disease too...



Tazzygirl - Jan 13, 2006 8:40 pm (#741 of 2575)

*looks in bag of Caramel Corn and sees green flakes inside.* Oh No! I think the nurses gave all of us green jello! Oh, wait. No. It's just Finn who has been Jelloed! The green caramel corn is just food coloring. Whew!

Thanks Kip! For a minute there I thought I was losing my mind! Now that I think about it, my computer had been acting up at that time, and didn't show what I had posted. When I typed the second message (#738), Finn's (#735) was the last post before Post a Message box. Oh well... All is better now!

Killer (my turtle) is still missing. Maybe all the animals are having their own party with the Hippos...


Finn BV - Jan 13, 2006 10:30 pm (#742 of 2575)

Haha… I didn't eat the jello! Tazzy's computer did!! MUHAHAHAHA


Tazzygirl - Jan 14, 2006 10:25 am (#743 of 2575)

THAT’S why my computer screen has a green tinge to it. I see what those nurses are doing... *walks away muttering under breath*

What happened to Viola and Ticker and all the others? Have they been given Green Jello while we weren't looking?? *stops muttering and begins to call for Viola and Ticker and all the others...*


CatherineHermiona - Jan 14, 2006 12:54 pm (#744 of 2575)

Yes. It seems that only ones here are me, you and Finn.

I have one friend. I argue with her a lot. But still, she always finds out every my secret among the first ones. And I talk to her every day. We were talking now over Skype. We were talking about someone. Do you remember (those who watched Narnia) when White Witch told: "If it's a war Aslan wants, it's a war he shall get." I remembered of that and told that to my friend only instead of "war", there was "friendship" and instead of Aslan, there was name of that certain someone. And she said: "You allow an 8 years old to command you?!" I told: "He/She isn't 8 years old!!!!" They always tease me that certain someone is 8 or, even worse, 6. Wanted to share it with you, esspecially with Tazzy and Lizzy. who will probably get who is certain someone.

Did anyone like this Turkish Delight? I have some more if anyone wants..

Kate ***is lucky she didn't eat any Green Jello and hopes no-one except those who are supposed to gets the joke and is lucky there is still one thread where she can say what she wants because her mother doesn't read it***


dizzy lizzy - Jan 14, 2006 11:17 pm (#745 of 2575)

LOL Kate! I'm still around - I think....

I'll just stay curled up on the lovely comfy chair you gave me and have a little sleep.



Liz Mann - Jan 15, 2006 12:45 am (#746 of 2575)

I'm still here! *waves*

Hey guys, I snuck into the Healers' secret medicine store room and found this! Jellybeans

These beans are supposed to counter the effects of Lime Jello! Huh, I wonder what else they have hidden in here. *starts rummaging through bottles* Ooh, a secret lemonade stash.


PyroGrl - Jan 15, 2006 1:14 am (#747 of 2575)

Oh, for shame. I have turned into a lurker.

NO, not the pimple kind of lurker.


Finn BV - Jan 15, 2006 5:53 am (#748 of 2575)

Liz, they haven't got a snake in there, do they? I seem to have misplaced mine of late… and funny thing is, the matrons say that the guy in the ward below us was strangled the other day... just thinking out loud.


dizzy lizzy - Jan 15, 2006 6:07 am (#749 of 2575)

Ooh...Ooh Where has all my energy gone????

I'd love to chase a snake...If I can get out of this comfy chair that is...


Tazzygirl - Jan 15, 2006 8:32 am (#750 of 2575)

Liz- I was just about to plan an attack on the Storeroom! Good Thinking!

Finn- think perhaps that your snake at my turtle? Killer is still missing... He likes the end of people's beds, so be warned!
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Post  Lady Arabella on Thu Dec 27, 2012 9:48 pm


CatherineHermiona - Jan 15, 2006 10:37 am (#751 of 2575)
Edited by Jan 15, 2006 2:41 am

I wonder if we could make a thread called: "You know you belong to St. Mungo's when..."? I want to hear others' opinion before I put it.

For the example:

...when you go to McDonald's to take ice cream with chocolate topping because you feel cold and chocolate topping is hot.

...when you like that ice cream a lot and you eat it with two spoons put together because you know that afterwards, when you eat everything, there will be more ice cream caught between two spoons.

...when you start inventing new words with Madam Pince, words like "finn-ally" that would mean "(to do it) like Finn" or "friend of Finn" like finn=Finn ally=friend. I swear Madam Pince invented those two and I think one more just I can't remember of that one. I just gave her the idea when I said finnally instead of finally.

...when you yourself don't understand half of things you just wrote.

What do you think, would that thread work? Or we can put it together with this thread?



CatherineHermiona - Jan 15, 2006 11:10 am (#752 of 2575)

Oh, I have one more and time to edit my post ran out:

...when you are in bedpan race, and you fly on a bedpan, and you don't know what bedpan is so you don't exactly know what you are flying on...



Finn BV - Jan 15, 2006 5:12 pm (#753 of 2575)

LOL Kate. Finnally = ally of Finn. LOL!

I dunno, I think that's half the purpose of this thread. My vote would be to keep it here, but if others want a new thread, fine with me.

Tazzy, that was a turtle?? Oops… *twiddles thumbs*


Liz Mann - Jan 15, 2006 6:41 pm (#754 of 2575)

Catherine - that's very similar to the 'You Know You're a Harry Potter/Lexicon Fan When...' thread over on the main forum, and a lot of the things people would post on your suggestion thread would be the same as they'd post on that.


Tazzygirl - Jan 16, 2006 2:57 am (#755 of 2575)
Edited by Jan 15, 2006 6:58 pm

*glances at Finn suspiciously.*

What did you do to my turtle??

Kate- I guess if we have a sudden urge to write a "You know you belong to St. Mungo's when..." bit, we could just post it here. Other than that, we can just go to the main Forum and post in that thread.


Viola Intonada - Jan 16, 2006 3:31 am (#756 of 2575)

*wakes up rather dazed* What?!?!?! Where am I?!?! I heard someone calling my name....

* looks around, sees bowl of half-eaten lime jello* Oh no! What has happened to me. I think someone or something fed me lime jello. AAHHHHH!!!!! *looks around for culprit*

Does anyone know who would have fed me jello? I know my dear sweet butterflies would never do anything like that to me......


dizzy lizzy - Jan 16, 2006 3:58 am (#757 of 2575)

You sure about that Viola???

I've been sitting here napping and watching the antics of everyone for the last week and you really don't want to know what your pretty butterflies got up to do you???

The answer is yes your sweet little butterflies were so mean to you....


Tazzygirl - Jan 16, 2006 9:25 am (#758 of 2575)

Nice to see you awake, Viola! You were out for awhile...

I think the Nurses are really out to get us now... *glances around nervously.*


CatherineHermiona - Jan 16, 2006 9:50 am (#759 of 2575)

You know what, Tazzy, now when she wants to seat with me, now all of the sudden that certain someone is 14 ! Amy changes her mind pretty fast. Even too fast... She even threatens me that is I answer "No." that certain someone is back to 6 or 8. Now, what is she, some witch that can change other people's age? I don't think I can trust her... I'll see today at school what will Martina say today. I know Miriam is out of question. She insulted me too much on Amy's birthday...

Well, okay, then let's keep it in this thread. It was just a suggestion.

Finn, I have one more: "definnitelly". Let's make it opposite from "finnally", both meanings. To me Finnally=ally of Finn was great idea, to Madam Pince it was silly. Well, I guess that's why I'm in St. Mungo's and she isn't...

Viola, you can't say we didn't warn you. Cats and dogs are better pets than butterflies... And better than turtle, to be honest, Tazzy. Dogs are the most loyal of all pets. That is why Biter is here next to me, and I still didn't find Poisie...



Finn BV - Jan 16, 2006 1:35 pm (#760 of 2575)

What did you do to my turtle?? –Tazzy

Well, it was green, and round, and jello is green, and round, and somebody around here thought they had some jello……………

*walks away quickly*


Marie E. - Jan 16, 2006 2:44 pm (#761 of 2575)

Did it taste like jello, Finn?


Liz Mann - Jan 16, 2006 3:43 pm (#762 of 2575)
Edited by Jan 16, 2006 7:44 am

Oh, hello, Marie! Haven't seen you around in a while!

Tazzy - OMG, you're right! The Healers really are out to get us! While I was rummaging around in the store cupboard just now I found... *gulp* EXTRA-STRONG LIME JELLO! The label says, "Guaranteed to cause very quick return to sanity." Maybe that's why our members keep disappearing for long periods of time!

*sees piece of parchment on store room floor* What's this? *reads* Gasp! I think I've found out who has been feeding us the jello! It is...


Except they're not Viola's butterflies! This is a memo to all Healers that Viola's butterflies have been rounded up and contained and that the Healers should report to the staff room to be transfigured into replacement butterflies! Their wands have been shrunk and they use them to hypnotise us and force feed the jello to us! Which is why Viola can't remember anything. And their disguise means that we don't notice them approach us. *is incensed*

Hmmm... well, I suppose it was bound to happen eventually. I think they feel we're being far too... erm... lively. You know, what with parties, bedpan races, swimming pools and Quidditch matches and what not. Apparently we're meant to be here to recover from our insanity rather than revel in it.

(It's funny how my creativity peaks when I'm meant to be working on an essay. )


Emily - Jan 16, 2006 4:20 pm (#763 of 2575)

... We're here to recover from our insanity? But why? Whyyyyyy??? And... EXTRA-STRONG LIME JELLO??? That's horrible! Viola, it must have been your butterflies that captured me and locked me up... luckily I had my wa-flute. Oh, I'm scared now. Should we try to fortify ourselves against the healers?


Viola Intonada - Jan 16, 2006 7:58 pm (#764 of 2575)

Be careful about what you say about my butterflies, Emily. Like Liz said, it wasn't my butterflies. It was the staff disguised as my butterflies. I knew my butterflies couldn't do anything like that to me. Besides I had a jinx very similar to the one Hermione had on the DA list, except more effective for butterflies. But now, I have to find my butterflies. My poor babies. I hope they haven't hurt you!

Don't the healers realize that we represent job security for them?!?! If they got rid of us, they wouldn't have a job anymore. Boy, you try to help people out and they just don't appreciate it.


Tazzygirl - Jan 17, 2006 1:45 am (#765 of 2575)
Edited by Jan 16, 2006 5:47 pm

GASP! FINN! How could you! My poor defenseless turtle... I guess the lime jello has a certain crunchy texture to it, eh?

* walks away to sulk in a corner.*

We should do a mass revolt on the healers here at St. Mungo's. Extra-Strength Lime Jello??? Transfigured healers into butterflies??? They are definitely out to get us... *glances around nervously in between sulking.*

*Waves to Marie*

Kate- just stick with Martina- she is the true friend! How could they think 6 or 8?


CatherineHermiona - Jan 17, 2006 7:17 am (#766 of 2575)

I now officially sit with Martina for the rest of my life (or as long as we are in the same school). It was simple, but got Amy pretty mad... Ha, as I care... I don't care, I like it more this way. As I need another distraction from class (what Amy would certainly be).

Dino is most arrogant, selfish, ugly, and he got a haircut that makes him look awful... People just continue to disappoint me all the time...

Oh, and we have a nice sitting plan on maths that doesn't include Amy anywhere near us. At first desk, Nika and Matea, me and Martina behind, and more behind Miriam and Ana. That is a nice company, and I think they all find it great for the exams. On Technical Education sitting plan is similar, there we have two desks together so four people can sit in one line. Me, Martina, Miriam, Ana and behind us Nika and Matea.

Off to do my huge Geography homework for Friday (write two pages about every country of Northern Europe (Norway, Sweden, Finnland, Denmark, Island, and three Baltic countries)). Which, of course, doesn't mean I won't be in the chat room on the other HPL Forum because I can do few things at once...



Tazzygirl - Jan 17, 2006 8:30 am (#767 of 2575)

Kate- Two pages per country???? If that is so, WOW! and good luck!

I have something similar- I have to write a four page paper for each of the main categories of disabilities (I think there are four categories. I can't remember off the top of my head), and then two pages each on articles from newspapers and such that deal with those disabilities, and then I have to write up my personal philosophy of teaching, which is about another 4 pages. Making it a total of 28 pages! But all that isn't due until May!


Liz Mann - Jan 17, 2006 9:46 pm (#768 of 2575)

Two pages per country??? What the heck is your teacher trying to do, give you a stress breakdown? I hope you have to write in a book with small pages. Jeeze, and I thought my University assignments were tough. (Which I now have to go off and do - doh!)


Viola Intonada - Jan 17, 2006 9:54 pm (#769 of 2575)

It is the teachers' conspiracies to keep St. Mungo's full of inmates!


Finn BV - Jan 17, 2006 10:09 pm (#770 of 2575)

Hehe. The teachers never heard of multitasking with an HPLF chat room!

Sorry, Tazzy (actually in real life I was crying, I swear, I get so emotional about animals), I'm so sorry in fact, that I bought you A RABBIT NAMED RINKY! See, it rhymes with Lavender's rabbit Binky! How cool! Now you can have a nice green (yes, that's right, GREEN) rabbit.


Emily - Jan 17, 2006 11:26 pm (#771 of 2575)

My apologies, Viola. But can you be sure they were ever not healers? So, who's up for a knitting party? We'll have the disco ball, and food, and knitting... oh... no one? Oh well. Worth a shot.


Pigwidgeon - Jan 18, 2006 12:16 am (#772 of 2575)

Kate-- something that might help you on your assignment, if you are allowed to use the Internet, is the CIA World Factbook. It has a detailed listing.breakdown of every country out there.

Tazzy -- I've taught workshops on special needs, if that helps.

* off to find the Seriously Frustrated Student Ward because she majorly screwed up her class schedule -gah!-* Viola, could I borrow some of your butterflies, and then I'll look for an extra large bowl of lime green jello!


Tazzygirl - Jan 18, 2006 3:10 am (#773 of 2575)

I just bet you bawled your eyes out Finn. Thanks for the rabbit. You are too kind. And he is green too! And he comes with a name??? Even better! Come here Rinky! *Is completely over the fact that Finn ate my turtle.*

The CIA factbook is AWESOME!!! I can spend hours on it!

Thanks, Pigwidgeon! I might take you up on the offer if I need help. I shouldn't be that far off... Have you heard of Tool Kits or Resource Kits? That is what all my papers are for. I don't know if it is just a Hawaii thing, but everyone here who wants to be a teacher has to complete it by the time they graduate. It's a pain, and I can't wait to get it done and over with!


Viola Intonada - Jan 19, 2006 2:57 am (#774 of 2575)

Pigwidgeon, you are more than welcome to "borrow" my butterflies. But in reality, they aren't my butterflies since the healers stole my butterflies and substituted them with transfigured healers.

* light bulb glows over her heard as she gets a deliciously wicked idea*

Quick, everyone, I need your help. I need you to nonchalantly gather all of the butterfly nets and jars that you can. Remember Hermione and Rita Skeeter? We could make out rather well.......

Once everyone is ready, on the count of three we will capture all of the butterflies and place them in the jars. Then we can force the healers to give us anything we want. Like a chocolate fountain for the cafeteria and whatever else we can think of.




............. 3!


Tazzygirl - Jan 19, 2006 5:53 am (#775 of 2575)

I got one!!!!


dizzy lizzy - Jan 19, 2006 6:07 am (#776 of 2575)
Edited by Jan 18, 2006 10:07 pm


Here's one! **looks crosseyed at butterfly wriggling around in her mouth**


Liz Mann - Jan 19, 2006 7:07 pm (#777 of 2575)

Woo hoo! It's a butterfly chase!


Detail Seeker - Jan 19, 2006 9:09 pm (#778 of 2575)

Who let loose so many butterflies ? Is it just to confuse us or do I see them in multiples ?

Anyway, there is a vat of Firewhisky and a vat of Butterbeer, both in need of being used for a celebration. The house elves thought, they will serve a grilled dragon with lots of potatoes, noodles, salad and sauces of every kind, too.

Let´s just celebrate some luck, I had today. I do not think that healers, even the transfigured ones, will mind !



dizzy lizzy - Jan 19, 2006 9:27 pm (#779 of 2575)



prof sprout - Jan 19, 2006 10:08 pm (#780 of 2575)

Woohoo, I love knitting (in real life also, I'm working on my first pair of socks.) There are free patterns on the web to make HP scarves. I'm planning on making one eventually.

I'm glad I wasn't turned into a butterfly also. It’s good just to be a volunteer. Surprised)


Finn BV - Jan 19, 2006 10:18 pm (#781 of 2575)

Party! Yay!! *catches butterfly in the meantime*


Tazzygirl - Jan 20, 2006 1:41 am (#782 of 2575)

It's a catching butterfly party!! Yippeeeee!!



dizzy lizzy - Jan 20, 2006 2:26 am (#783 of 2575)

Hey! here's another butterfly!!

*and meanwhile helps herself to the potato salad**


Tazzygirl - Jan 20, 2006 4:35 am (#784 of 2575)

I'll take some noodles.

RINKY!!! *gives plate of dragon meat to my meat eating green rabbit.*

Don't worry, he is a gentle rabbit. Just try not to eat him. He won't like that!


Detail Seeker - Jan 20, 2006 7:58 pm (#785 of 2575)

Green rabbits are out of danger, there is a trick on the dragon meat: It will last until every partymember is still hungry. But I do not know what this meat does to our butterflies. They start growing....


Tazzygirl - Jan 20, 2006 8:51 pm (#786 of 2575)


**makes sure the jar with my three butterflies is closed tightly**


PyroGrl - Jan 21, 2006 2:36 am (#787 of 2575)
Edited by Jan 20, 2006 6:37 pm

Eh? (LOL, ish sho confuzzled)


dizzy lizzy - Jan 21, 2006 4:21 am (#788 of 2575)

Nothing is what it seems to be pyro...

***waltzes around with two tame butterflies sitting on her ears***


Tazzygirl - Jan 21, 2006 5:45 am (#789 of 2575)

Are you sure those are tame butterflies, Lizzy? *Looks closely at the two 'tame' butterflies...* You never know, they could be St. Mungo’s nurses slipping small amounts of Lime green Jello into your head...


dizzy lizzy - Jan 21, 2006 6:48 am (#790 of 2575)

Don't forget I am a puppy. I'm sure that Lime green jello doesn't work on puppy dogs...


CatherineHermiona - Jan 21, 2006 9:02 am (#791 of 2575)
Edited by Jan 21, 2006 1:02 am

Oh, I'll join you in catching butterflies! That is fun!

**catches a butterfly, but the other one pulled her hair***

Oh, I guess this isn't too much fun, but you are my friends and I'll help you.

My sister wanted to find something about Barbie dolls on net and she found a site that is full of Barbie games. They are actually fun. The site is: http://myscene.everythinggirl.com/games/games.aspx But you can copy and paste it. And the game I like the most is Fortune Fun in More games section. I tried just for fun to write the names of all boys I know and see what cards will answer, so, just for fun, on question: "My crush is so cute. Am I his crush too?". Actually, none of them is my crush as I have no crushes. And I know answers aren't true, that it is just for fun. So:

Ivan - "The cards say no, Katarina. You aren't Ivan's crush (right now)."
Almedin - "Katarina, your karma is so clear. You are Almedin's crush!"
Dario - "Katarina, your karma is so clear. You are Dario's crush!" (no, no, no! I hate this game!)
Vedran - "The cards say no, Katarina. You aren't Vedran's crush (right now)." (phew!)
Patrick - "Katarina, your karma is so clear. You are Patrick's crush!" (no, no, no! I hate this game!)
Nino - "Katarina, your karma is so clear. You are Nino's crush!" (no, no, no! I hate this game!)
Karlo - "Katarina, your karma is so clear. You are Karlo's crush!" (I won't complain on this answer)
Filip - "The cards say no, Katarina. You aren't Filip's crush (right now)." (I'm happy to hear that)
Matko - "Katarina, your karma is so clear. You are Matko's crush!" (nah...)
Kristijan - "Katarina, your karma is so clear. You are Kristijan's crush!" (ROFL)
I even tried Finn - "Katarina, your karma is so clear. You are Finn's crush!" (ROFL)

I know none of this is true. Except those "You aren't someone's crush." Because I even learned to cheat in that game. I managed to get set of Sun, Star and Moon twice. This game is fun to me because it gives me so much laugh...

Now, back to the party and butterfly catch!

I've got another one! And the one that was on my hair is now in my jar as well! Kate


Liz Mann - Jan 21, 2006 11:05 pm (#792 of 2575)
Edited by Jan 21, 2006 3:09 pm

Don't forget I am a puppy. I'm sure that Lime green jello doesn't work on puppy dogs...

Yes, but maybe that's why they're on your ears, to put the jello straight into your head rather than into your mouth. Because if it goes into the mouth it has to go all throughout the body in the blood stream, and your body is that of a puppy, but your brain is still that of your human self and this way it goes straight to where it has to go. (You see how little I paid attention in science classes at school? ) They're probably using an 'un-feelable' probe to reach through your ears and into your brain.


Tazzygirl - Jan 21, 2006 11:37 pm (#793 of 2575)

Exactly my point, Liz!


Viola Intonada - Jan 22, 2006 3:13 am (#794 of 2575)

Alright, I think we have all of the butterflies now. Wahoo!! Thanks everyone.

And now to continue on with the party!!!!

*Goes and gets a mug of butterbeer*


dizzy lizzy - Jan 22, 2006 3:19 am (#795 of 2575)

Oh! but I'm still me . but to be sure...*SNAP*...mmm they were nice butterflies....


yay where's the butter beer???


# Tazzygirl - Jan 22, 2006 4:40 am (#796 of 2575)

I've never had butterbeer...*takes a cautious sip* Mmmmmmmmm. My new favorite!


dizzy lizzy - Jan 22, 2006 9:49 am (#797 of 2575)
Edited by Jan 22, 2006 1:50 am

CRASH!!!!! **sound of a glass bottle smashing***

Oh dear...puppy dogs and butterbeer bottles do not mix that well...

Tazzygirl: would you please pour some butterbeer into that bowl for me please????? Pretty please??? **Wags tail**


Tazzygirl - Jan 22, 2006 10:27 am (#798 of 2575)

Poor Lizzy! Sure, here you go! *Pours bottle of butterbeer in bowl.* Enjoy!!


Emily - Jan 22, 2006 2:22 pm (#799 of 2575)

They are all gone? Hooray! *comes out of hiding* Wow that was kinda cramped. Good job guys! Butterbeer for everyone!


Finn BV - Jan 22, 2006 4:48 pm (#800 of 2575)

Yay Butterbeer! Yay post 800!

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Part C - St. Mungo's Lexicon Hospital for the Incurably Insane (May, 2005 to March, 2011) Empty Butterbeer for Everyone

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dizzy lizzy - Jan 22, 2006 11:23 pm (#801 of 2575)
Edited by Jan 22, 2006 3:23 pm


wow!!! that was a good drink of butterbeer! What is there to eat again??


Finn BV - Jan 23, 2006 2:45 am (#802 of 2575)

How about butter???


Viola Intonada - Jan 23, 2006 3:34 am (#803 of 2575)

Whatever you do, just don't eat the lime jello!!!!


Tazzygirl - Jan 23, 2006 4:59 am (#804 of 2575)

I made chocolate cupcakes for everyone!


dizzy lizzy - Jan 23, 2006 5:04 am (#805 of 2575)

Is it puppy-friendly chocolate??


Tazzygirl - Jan 23, 2006 7:15 am (#806 of 2575)

I made a special chocolate cupcake just for you, Lizzy! It looks like chocolate, tastes like chocolate, but it is not! I invented it myself! Can't tell you the actual ingredients, though- it is a top secret recipe. One day I will sell it to a big company and make millions! **rubs hands together, picturing the future** Then we can get rid of the nurses for good! :evil grin:


dizzy lizzy - Jan 23, 2006 9:02 am (#807 of 2575)

**eats cupcake in three bites and rolls eyes in delight**

Lovely gubbly...that tasted wonderful **licks the side of Tazzy's face and leaves a chocolate smear**


Tazzygirl - Jan 23, 2006 11:37 am (#808 of 2575)

Eh! Uh- fabulous. **Tries to wipe off chocolate smear.** Thanks Dizzy Lizzy! I'll just, uh, go wash it off. Glad you liked it! **Pats Lizzy on the head.**

HAPPY BIRTHDAY LIZZY!! YEAY! Another Party!! Yippeeeeee!

Here is your present, Lizzy- Hope you like it!!


PyroGrl - Jan 23, 2006 5:44 pm (#809 of 2575)

I am a fan of Lime Jello. I think you all should eat Lime Jello. Lime Jello is good for patients. WHOOO!!! *snorkels*


Liz Mann - Jan 23, 2006 7:58 pm (#810 of 2575)
Edited by Jan 23, 2006 11:58 am

Oh no, Pyro, it sounds like you've already eaten some! It's turned you sane and sensible! Quick, eat some of these.


I've got us in some food for the party.

Pizza Pie Burger 2 French Fries 2 Cake 3

And some drinks.

Milk Shake Soda Cup 2 Margarita


Tazzygirl - Jan 23, 2006 8:34 pm (#811 of 2575)

I'll take a milkshake!! Yummy!! Thanks Liz!


Finn BV - Jan 23, 2006 9:27 pm (#812 of 2575)

Aww, so sweet, Liz and Tazzy! Happy birthday Lizzy! I'll have a fizzy drink! There are too many z's in this post!!

Off to bed… zzzzzzz… not really.


Emily - Jan 23, 2006 11:18 pm (#813 of 2575)

Happy birthday, Lizzy!

Pyro, sane? No! Pyro, come back!


PyroGrl - Jan 24, 2006 7:03 pm (#814 of 2575)

Apologies. I blame the sane-ness on "Butterbeer"...I'm writing the LAST CHAPTER and it's driving me nuts because I can tell my readers aren't liking how I'm ending it. *Le sigh* Chuck me a butterbeer, wouldya?


CatherineHermiona - Jan 25, 2006 2:56 pm (#815 of 2575)

You know, it is interesting how boys are nice when they need you to learn them ice skating...

And boys are so talking big. In the class, boys are sometimes really morons. But when you get to meet them in personal, they are really nice. Well, most of them. Some are just... morons.

I don't look on boys as handsome or as someone I could have a crush on. I look on boys as good or bad friends. I'm lucky and I have more good friends. When your friends start to have a crush on some boys, then you start to look at them. And then you realize how handsome they are (some of them). And then you can't have a crush on them as your friends have. Complicated. Doesn't matter. I don't need and I don't want a crush now as I want straight As and I have to concentrate on school.

I just don't understand Ana sometimes. Few days ago, we were going to front gates. We saw Dino there. When we turned around, Ana was nowhere. I could have sworn she was there just few seconds ago. We returned to see where did she go and we found her on the highest part of school, crying. And she is supposed to hate him from the bottom of her heart... I just don't understand, I would never cry because of a boy... Well, at least not a boy like him. I tried to tell her to calm down and forget about that, that Dino is only big fat blonde moron. Jerk. And I don't know what more. And he is all that. She agreed, but other than that, it wasn't of any help. I would understand if Amy was crying because of Rene, as Rene is smarter, nicer, more handsome. No, don't get me wrong, I don't have a crush on Rene... I think...

Now, let's change subject. Sorry for bothering you with this, but this is only safe place, the thread my mother isn't reading. I hope...

Oh, ice skating. Or, should I say, plastic skating. There wasn't ice, that were plastic, puzzle-like pieces. With oil over it to be skateable(?). Terrible, it was way better last year. And guess what? The plastic skating arena is on the seaside. And by the arena there was a big water pond. It is now big ice pond. Next to plastic skating arena they have ice. Isn't that intolerable(?)?

And I posted my fan fiction. I believe that my fan fiction is not very good and I discovered quite a few mistakes. Well, after all, I am 13 years old girl living in Croatia. Well, I lived in Croatia, now I'm in St. Mungo's! And it is nowhere near my home town or even my home country. I would use this excuse about me being 13 years old girl from Croatia that is only in her 4th year learning English as an excuse to any errors made anywhere. I'm also not good on words, so my e-mails and posts might sound weird sometimes.

Oh, I don't understand half of things written up. I hope you will. Oh, and now I remembered, I need to send one e-mail. I want to send it since New Year...



Tazzygirl - Jan 26, 2006 12:45 am (#816 of 2575)

That plastic skating rink sounds interesting, Kate! I'll go check out your fanfic...

I'll have another butterbeer!!


Tazzygirl - Jan 29, 2006 12:41 am (#817 of 2575)

Is everyone having a good time partying?!?! This has to be a record for longest time no one has posted!


Finn BV - Jan 29, 2006 1:27 am (#818 of 2575)

**wakes up** Must have been a butterbeer hangover.


Tazzygirl - Jan 29, 2006 8:50 am (#819 of 2575)

How you feeling there, Finn?

Everyone else is still out! That butterbeer must be strong...


dizzy lizzy - Jan 29, 2006 9:22 am (#820 of 2575)

ooooooooooh my sore head.....


Liz Mann - Jan 29, 2006 2:15 pm (#821 of 2575)

Yikes! I think someone must have spiked the butterbeer with Firewhisky.


Finn BV - Jan 29, 2006 3:24 pm (#822 of 2575)

Huh?? wuzzat? Who you???


Emily - Jan 29, 2006 3:59 pm (#823 of 2575)

Wow, what happened? Firewhisky, Liz? More like lime jello. . . . 'Course, it could just be my headache speaking. Oh, it's hard to think.


Liz Mann - Jan 29, 2006 4:13 pm (#824 of 2575)

Gasp! You're right, Emily. Look, I just fished a bit of it out of the glass. Those sneaky little... They knew we'd figured out their butterfly scam and must have come up with another way to get us! Now the question is... how??


Emily - Jan 29, 2006 8:57 pm (#825 of 2575)

Someone must have told them about the party . . . or they planted a spy to suggests the party in the first place. . . .


Emily - Jan 29, 2006 8:58 pm (#826 of 2575)

Someone must have told them about the party . . . or they planted a spy to suggest the party in the first place. . . .


Tazzygirl - Jan 29, 2006 9:44 pm (#827 of 2575)

I am immune to firewhiskey-spiked butterbeer... *evil grin*

I saw a little old man in here a little while ago. Maybe we should find him, he might be the one who spiked the butterbeer and slipped the lime jello into the drinks...


Finn BV - Jan 30, 2006 5:15 pm (#828 of 2575)

A little old man? That must be my fourth identity… (see main forum Chat Thread… though you sort of had to *be* there, if you know what I mean…)

*uses too many elipses…*


Tazzygirl - Jan 30, 2006 8:27 pm (#829 of 2575)

LOL Finn! Maybe it was you... Don't worry though, I think it was the effects of Butterbeer that made you do it!!


prof sprout - Jan 30, 2006 9:16 pm (#830 of 2575)

I think it was the imperious curse, that made you do it Finn, butterbear makes you more susceptible to it. I would not surprise me for the some of the healers to use the unforgivable curses, for you to do their bidding. With LV out there running around I'm sure there are DE posing as healers also.

Constance vigilance.


Finn BV - Jan 30, 2006 9:44 pm (#831 of 2575)

Maybe I AM Lord Voldemort…… hehehehe **a fifth personality**


Emily - Jan 30, 2006 10:09 pm (#832 of 2575)

Wow. That sounds interesting. Since I am amazingly lazy, how would you like to find the link to that conversation for us?

But Finn, really, you had so much butterbeer that you were easily overcome with the Imperius? For shame.

But what to do with you until we know what really happened? Should we lock you up? Would that even prevent your, um, 'personalities' from escaping?


Viola Intonada - Jan 31, 2006 11:36 pm (#833 of 2575)

Given all of the problems we have had lately with the alteration of our food and drink, I think that I am going to take a page out of Mad Eye Moody's book and start drinking from my own hip flask. Maybe we could get a house elf to taste our food for us before eating. Maybe it is time to take our problem to someone(s) who could help us with our plight. Who could help us fight back? Who could help us turn the tables on this fight we have against the healers and their green jello. Who could help us?!?!?!

This makes me wonder. Has Umbridge been reassigned to St. Mungo's?


Finn BV - Feb 1, 2006 12:26 am (#834 of 2575)
Edited by Jan 31, 2006 4:27 pm

Umbridge? Why, she and I are enjoying a pina colada this very instant. **slurp**

So, don't tell anyone, but I'll be out of the ward for a week starting tomorrow. You know, those people who think I'm sane… School retreat to its nature campus in Campus, 100 acres, fun stuff. (No seriously… I love it.) So, yeah, I'll miss y'all and all and all. So, see y'all on Wednesday next, 8 Feb!

PS: I realize that means I'll be missing our first Quidditch game of the season! Send my regards to the opponents… *snicker* Maybe Dolly (Umbridge) can take my place.


Emily - Feb 1, 2006 1:41 am (#835 of 2575)

UMBRIDGE! Where? Oh no! Finn, what happened to you? Sitting with Umbridge and now you're temporarily sane??? This is not good!


Finn BV - Feb 1, 2006 2:53 am (#836 of 2575)

No, people think I'm sane. I must not be doing a very good job at convincing them otherwise.


Tazzygirl - Feb 1, 2006 4:34 am (#837 of 2575)

Well, I hope your week away helps clear your head and make you insane again, Finn! (Seriously- Hope you have a wonderful time!!)

Maybe Fred and George could help us????? They did a pretty good job at Hogwarts...


Liz Mann - Feb 1, 2006 6:00 pm (#838 of 2575)

Yeah, I think it's time we made an emergency Floo call to Weasley’s Wizard Wheezes.


prof sprout - Feb 1, 2006 8:52 pm (#839 of 2575)

I think there number is 999 (WWW) Good luck. I'm worried about the goings on here. The healers are starting to do things they have never done before. It must be due to the VW2 that is going on outside our walls.

I did want to mention to a couple of the new residents and even a dew of the old ones, there is a closet over the way a little bit with some musical instruments ;o) I wasn't sure if yours had been misplaced. I don't know if these are a new collection of "instruments" or if they were some that were confiscated recently. Its amazing what an Authorized personal badge can find.

Oh dear me, I must have dropped my badge, over there somewhere. I'll just have to look for it later, or ask administration for a new one. Its a good thing they need items from my garden and expertise here, because they will always need my help. No matter how clumsy I become.

* Big wink to all of the residents **


Viola Intonada - Feb 1, 2006 9:36 pm (#840 of 2575)

*Casually walks over to where Prof. Sprout's badge is laying on the floor. Quickly stoops down to pick it up, looking around to make sure no one saw her. Whistles while strolling toward the closet*

Hey, btw, don't we have a secret passage somewhere around here that leads to Fred and George's, or was that in one of the old St. Mungo's? I agree with Tazzy and Liz. We are definitely in need of their expertise.

*Opens closet door* Wow! So that is where my viola went to. Hey, there's Abby's bagpipes and a penny whistle that I think belongs to Ticker. There is also a flute and a few other instruments. That solves one mystery, but it creates a whole new one. Where is Abby, Ticker and all of the others that are MIA. Oh no, did the healer's get to them and actually, dare I say, *gasps* heal them?!?!?!


prof sprout - Feb 1, 2006 9:45 pm (#841 of 2575)

Oh, before you guys ask, my garden's supplies only heal side effects, like in the past. None of my ingredients are used or will ever be used to turn or attempt to turn any one sane. Though I will admit certain other potions that I had made in the past, or will make in the future may have a TEMPORARY side effect of saneness, but I do at least warn the potion "takee", so it is there choice, unless they are unconscious, than I let other residents make the decision. I don't ever want to be accused of turning someone sane. And the staff can't make me do it.

As, the years go on ( I can't believe it has been 2 since I have been on here) I'm starting to sound more and more like a resident. But I really like my status as a volunteer, I have more privileges, but not as much fun as the residents.)


Tazzygirl - Feb 2, 2006 4:29 am (#842 of 2575)

Thank you so much Prof. Sprout in taking care of all us insane patients!!

*wanders curiously over to Prof. Sprout's music closet... hmmmmm. Nothing of mine! (musically and singing challenged, that is me!)**

Who wants to call Weasley's Wizard Weazes??? and where is that secret passageway?

I forgot there was a second Wizard War going on.... Must have slipped my mind!


Liz Mann - Feb 2, 2006 1:27 pm (#843 of 2575)
Edited by Feb 2, 2006 5:27 am

I've made the call to WWW and Fred and George are on their way.

Hmm... disappearing inmates, eh? There are others I can think of besides Abby. Like Acceber, for instance. And Lenka. Maybe we can put Fred and George on the case for that mystery, too.


Tazzygirl - Feb 3, 2006 8:14 am (#844 of 2575)

Thanks Liz, for calling!

Where have the missing inmates gone?? I definitely think Fred and George should help find them...


dizzy lizzy - Feb 3, 2006 8:25 am (#845 of 2575)

Oh me... *waves paw*...I'm around, it's just that it is soooo hot for me at the moment, I'm just sleeping the day away in the cool shade....wake me when Gred&Forge find the others...**drifts off back to sleep*


CatherineHermiona - Feb 3, 2006 6:56 pm (#846 of 2575)

I've been thinking... We didn't receive new member for quite a while already. In fact, the last new member was me. What is wrong, is the world getting saner? We can't allow that!

Oh, well... We had a school trip today. We had a great time. Only Marija "borrowed" Marina's sledges and we had a little problem. Marija wanted Marina to come all the way down to Marija to pick her sledges. I said: "Well, it isn't right, she should come here and bring them to you, that are your sledges. Don't let her command you." And what did I get as an answer? "Like you let 8 years old to command you..." I mean, really...


PS I'm still in the chat room.


Tazzygirl - Feb 3, 2006 9:06 pm (#847 of 2575)

That sounds mean, Kate! Maybe she was just in a bad mood. I like your avatar!


Liz Mann - Feb 3, 2006 9:18 pm (#848 of 2575)
Edited by Feb 3, 2006 1:20 pm

Yeah, Kate, you're avatar's beautiful. Did you take that picture yourself or did you find it somewhere?

Fred and George said they'd be straight over but warned that they might make a rather unexpected entrance. Please! We're HP sleuths, we're impossible to surpri-

*there's a huge bang as the floor tiles fly all over the place, and two red-headed figures on brooms come bursting out of the floor in the atrium*



Tazzygirl - Feb 4, 2006 3:21 am (#849 of 2575)


Oh, it’s Fred and George. I hope they replace the floor tiles... HI FRED AND GEORGE!!! So glad you could come and get rid of our pest problems....


CatherineHermiona - Feb 4, 2006 1:50 pm (#850 of 2575)

Fred and George arrived! Yay!

Well, I must admit, I found the picture on the net few years ago when I was doing a project about Plitvice Lakes. I have one more and I'll put that one in few days. Then I'll put my dad's pictures. He does great picture. After all, it is his job.

Well, Tazzy, I find that rather funny. When I know that: 1st It isn't true that I let 8 years old to command me, 2nd He/she isn't 8 years old. Then why should I care. I'll just pretend being insulted... I anyways can't make them believe me so I rather keep my breath.

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PyroGrl - Feb 4, 2006 11:06 pm (#851 of 2575)



I don't know.


Tazzygirl - Feb 5, 2006 11:28 pm (#852 of 2575)

Has Fred and George managed to capture all the bad staff yet?


CatherineHermiona - Feb 7, 2006 1:38 pm (#853 of 2575)

I don't know, Tazzy.

I have a question. This is pretty urgent and I hope someone will answer soon. Rene, Dino or Romano? Pick any of those three. I need it for something.

And one more thing. Does anyone have any pen? I need it to erase few things...

That would be it... I think... Kate


Elfcat - Feb 7, 2006 5:26 pm (#854 of 2575)

*Bursts suddenly from random closet* IT LIIIIIIIIIIVVVVEEEESSSSS!!!!!!

Ha ha! Those healers thought that by keeping me from posting for months at a time they could drive me sane but I have DEFIED THEM ALL!! At last I have escaped!

By the way, avoid that closet...


Liz Mann - Feb 7, 2006 5:45 pm (#855 of 2575)
Edited by Feb 7, 2006 9:45 am

Elfcat! Hurrah!

Catherine - Erm... Romano. Naming a pet or something?


CatherineHermiona - Feb 7, 2006 6:55 pm (#856 of 2575)
Edited by Feb 7, 2006 10:55 am

No, Liz. That are names of the boys in my school. I need to imagine 3 boys for something, I have two, and I need one more. And I can't decide! Help me!

So, Romano - 1, Dino - 0 and Rene - 0.

Oh, well...

Have a nice, sanity free, and full of insanity day! Glad you managed to stay insane even in those darkest days, Elfcat!

I'm still in the chat room on the other forum. Kate


prof sprout - Feb 7, 2006 9:51 pm (#857 of 2575)

Some poor boy is named Dino?!?!?

I like the name Romano also.

Elfcat, I'm glad you are okay. I have been really worried about the residents since there is a war going on outside these doors.


Emily - Feb 7, 2006 11:49 pm (#858 of 2575)

Elfcat! Welcome back.

Kate: I'll shake it up, I vote Rene. I think that's got a nice sound.

*Duct-tapes off the closet Elfcat was stuck in* Just so it can't happen again. . . .


Liz Mann - Feb 8, 2006 12:57 am (#859 of 2575)

I thought Rene was a girl's name. As in Rene Zellwegger.


CatherineHermiona - Feb 8, 2006 6:03 am (#860 of 2575)

Rene is usual name here in Croatia. And Dino.

So, Rene - 1, Romano - 2, Dino - 0.

I say it must be at least two points difference.



Tazzygirl - Feb 8, 2006 7:12 am (#861 of 2575)

I'll say Romano too!

We should have a Room of Requirements here at St. Mungo's. Just in case we need to form a MA- Mungo's Army....


CatherineHermiona - Feb 8, 2006 12:28 pm (#862 of 2575)

Funny idea, Tazzy! I mean, great idea, Tazzy!

Oh, this is a tough decision. I definitely know which one is the cutest of them three. Dino. But it isn't all in cuteness. Who is the nicest of them three, is Rene. I mean, I know the least about Romano. He came in our class a week ago. Romano seems... strange. Somehow... distant.

Oh, well. Romano - 3, Rene - 1, Dino - 0. There must be at least three points difference...

Have a nice day everyone!!!!!!!!!! I will surely have. No way anything can put me in the bad mood today!



prof sprout - Feb 8, 2006 7:40 pm (#863 of 2575)

You never know there might be a ROR. You'll have to check all of the doors while wishing for something.


Tazzygirl - Feb 8, 2006 9:19 pm (#864 of 2575)

Organize into pairs and search the Wards! There has to be a RoR here somewhere!!!.....

*stands next to a door with duct- tape everywhere and wishes really hard... oops- that is the room Elfcat was stuck in...**


Finn BV - Feb 9, 2006 3:19 am (#865 of 2575)

Hey guys! I just spent a week in sanity and it was awful! No just kidding, I had a great time, did y'all miss me? Of course not, you were too busy doing other stuff.

I thought Rene was a girl's name. As in Rene Zellwegger. –Liz

At least in English, Reneé for girls is with two Es at the end and an accent. René for boys has one E at the end. René Clair is a famous director.

Hey Gred! Hey Forge! What's shakin'?


Tazzygirl - Feb 9, 2006 6:10 am (#866 of 2575)

Welcome back Finn!!!


Finn BV - Feb 9, 2006 1:05 pm (#867 of 2575)

Thanks Tazzy.

BTW, I don't think I'm getting through the main forum chat thread anytime soon, and I was planning on saying it there, but I just wanted to send a congrats to Kate on her premium membership! Yay!


CatherineHermiona - Feb 9, 2006 1:32 pm (#868 of 2575)

Thanks, Finn! And welcome back!



prof sprout - Feb 9, 2006 8:09 pm (#869 of 2575)

That one closet that ElfCat was in might be a ROR, whoever shoved Elfcat in there, might have been wishing to hide her. You guys might want to interrogate her, to find out who put her in there, and if she remembers anything. The knowledge would be good to know, we might be able to find others that are missing.


Tazzygirl - Feb 10, 2006 12:54 am (#870 of 2575)

Where is Elfcat?


Viola Intonada - Feb 10, 2006 4:14 am (#871 of 2575)

Gee, the closets here seem to be most dangerous. I'm developing a phobia of closets.

*starts pacing back and forth in front of doors trying to fiind the RoR, while muttering to self* I need a room with, hmm, I can't think of something I really, really, want. My mind must be under the influence of the healers and Umbridge. Oh no!! Save me!!!!!


Tazzygirl - Feb 10, 2006 5:45 am (#872 of 2575)

Where are the Jellybeans????? Viola needs some!


Elfcat - Feb 13, 2006 6:00 pm (#873 of 2575)

(sorry about the frequent disappearances, I don't get as much computer time as I used to)

Well, the last thing I remember is some really cool Christmas carols and then these evil butterflies just came out of nowhere and...*gasp* My teacher made me design web pages!!!!!! Whatever is in that closet looked a lot like school to me.


Tazzygirl - Feb 13, 2006 11:13 pm (#874 of 2575)

cross Elfcat's closet off the list!


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CatherineHermiona - Feb 15, 2006 8:03 am (#876 of 2575)
Edited by Feb 15, 2006 12:19 am

Please, Tazzy, what I told you now in a chat room, don't tell it to anyone, especially not my mum! I realized I forgot to tell you that.

I had the best Valentine's day ever, and it would be perfect if only I didn't find out that TERRIBLE news. That guy is just rude and I wonder how was she able to forgive him. Other than that, everything was more than great. I got the inspiration and I think soon I'll submit on Chemyst's contest.

Others? How was your Valentine's day?

And those boys... forget it. I chose someone who isn't even on that list. Looks like that paper really works.



Tazzygirl - Feb 15, 2006 9:18 am (#877 of 2575)

Don't worry Kate! I won't say anything!

My Valentine's Day was spent with my 2 years old and 11 months old cousins. We made Valentine sugar cookies for everyone!

*passes out Valentine sugar cookies to everyone** Don't worry- Gred and Forge didn't get near them! (I think! )


Elfcat - Feb 15, 2006 4:59 pm (#878 of 2575)

*Belatedly sticks paper hearts to everything*


Phelim Mcintyre - Feb 15, 2006 7:14 pm (#879 of 2575)

Oh excuse me. I think I took a wrong turn. I was looking for the cafe on the seventh floor. Now how do I get out of here. Who moved the door? And why are the walls padded? Hellllllllllllp!!!!!!


Liz Mann - Feb 15, 2006 7:37 pm (#880 of 2575)

Phelim! Hello there! Were you here at St Mungo's before, or are you new, I forget. If you were here you haven't been for a while. If you're new then... WELCOME! (And take this word of advice - don't eat the lime jello!!!)


Tazzygirl - Feb 15, 2006 8:08 pm (#881 of 2575)

Welcome Phelim! Yes, Don't eat the lime green jello. We had some problems here earlier...


Finn BV - Feb 15, 2006 11:44 pm (#882 of 2575)

Phelim – welcome. Make yourself at home. Just don't wander into any closets in uncharted territory.


Tazzygirl - Feb 16, 2006 12:09 am (#883 of 2575)

Phelim: Oh! and if you walk up a staircase that keeps on going, turn around and come back down. I was climbing those stairs forever!

(And if you brought a pet, be careful- Finn eats them! )


Emily - Feb 16, 2006 1:45 am (#884 of 2575)

Hey Phelim! Don't worry about getting out - doesn't work. You up for some bedpan quidditch?


Tazzygirl - Feb 16, 2006 8:17 am (#885 of 2575)

Emily- did you forget to check Potty HQ again?

(Yes, I am addicted to Hangman and not afraid to show it!!)


Phelim Mcintyre - Feb 16, 2006 9:25 am (#886 of 2575)

Lime jello? Please, I wouldn't anything except sherbert lemons.


dizzy lizzy - Feb 16, 2006 9:46 am (#887 of 2575)

I'm baaaack!!!!!

**starts running around like a maniac!!!***


Phelim Mcintyre - Feb 16, 2006 12:40 pm (#888 of 2575)

Someone said something about not being able to leave, but I thought St Mungo's was in London not California. Anyone for a game of Mornington Crescent. I open with Marble Arch. Ooops, sorry wrong website.


Liz Mann - Feb 16, 2006 8:04 pm (#889 of 2575)

It is in London, but we all live here (except when members mysteriously disappear for long periods of time and then turn up unexpectedly in completely weird and random places ).


Emily - Feb 17, 2006 12:04 am (#890 of 2575)

Sorry Tazzy. I'll get right on that.

Wait - where is 'here', Liz?


Tazzygirl - Feb 17, 2006 12:30 am (#891 of 2575)

Whew, Emily! Thanks, again!


Viola Intonada - Feb 17, 2006 3:22 am (#892 of 2575)

Welcome Phelim!

In the spirit of the Olympics, I think we should host our own St. Mungo's Olympics. What do you think? We could freeze the pool and have skating competitions, curling, hockey and anything else we could dream up. We could even combine some, such as figure skating and curling.


kabloink! - Feb 17, 2006 3:23 am (#893 of 2575)

*Wanders in somewhat aimlessly and blinks, owl-like at all the goings on**

Where am I? What happened?


Tazzygirl - Feb 17, 2006 4:22 am (#894 of 2575)

Oh! Hi Kabloink!! Enjoy your stay (as you will never be able to leave!)

YEAY!! Let's have the first ever St. Mungo's Olympics!! I'm entering for the ice skating!


Finn BV - Feb 17, 2006 4:28 am (#895 of 2575)

Viola, I wonder what they'd do in a wizarding Olympics? I vote for Quidditch ski jumping, where if you feel unsafe at any time, you can fly on your ski.

Hi kabloink! You just sort of kabloinked in! (I know that made no sense whatsoever, but it sounded right, and we are insane anyway, so whatnot henceforth whosoever doth yes it doesn't matter. )


CatherineHermiona - Feb 17, 2006 7:18 am (#896 of 2575)

I've been skiing... once. I think I'll try slalom (?). If we have room for that?

Or biathlon! I think I'll try that. I've never tried that kind of skiing, but I'm shooting for almost three years already. I think I would do good there. If we have room for that?

Or maybe combination of slalom and biathlon?

Welcome, all new members! Have a nice time here.



Phelim Mcintyre - Feb 17, 2006 11:32 am (#897 of 2575)
Edited by Feb 17, 2006 3:33 am

Liz - escape to the BBC website and find out abour a programme called "I'm Sorry I Haven't A Clue". They have a game(?) called Mornington cresecent which I regularly play and sort of cross posted.

But as to St Mungo's Winter Olympics, forget bedpan Quidditch. Who wants a go at bedpan luge?


kabloink! - Feb 17, 2006 4:48 pm (#898 of 2575)

I'll join in with the ice skating!


prof sprout - Feb 17, 2006 5:39 pm (#899 of 2575)

Bed pan luge sounds fun. Lets light the torch.


Liz Mann - Feb 17, 2006 6:36 pm (#900 of 2575)

kabloink!! You're back! Hurrah!!

Emily - 'here' is St Mungo's.
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Emily - Feb 17, 2006 11:39 pm (#901 of 2575)

Hey kabloink!

Bed pan luge . . . I'm in!

Yes, Liz, but St. Mungoes is in London, hadn't you (or someone) said that we weren't in London? Oh, I'm so mixed up.


Tazzygirl - Feb 18, 2006 6:53 am (#902 of 2575)

Ok, just finished freezing the swimming pool! Who has the torch?


Emily - Feb 18, 2006 3:31 pm (#903 of 2575)

Right here! Who gets to light it?


Liz Mann - Feb 18, 2006 5:35 pm (#904 of 2575)
Edited by Feb 18, 2006 9:36 am

Emily - Phelim said, "Someone said something about not being able to leave, but I thought St Mungo's was in London not California." And I said yes it is but we all live there.

I don't really know what the whole thing was about either. I guess that's why we're in St Mungo's.


Emily - Feb 18, 2006 6:03 pm (#905 of 2575)

Oh well. I guess it's not important. Sorry for the trouble.


Tazzygirl - Feb 19, 2006 12:20 am (#906 of 2575)

Emily, since you have the torch, you get the honor of lighting it!!


Emily - Feb 19, 2006 5:51 pm (#907 of 2575)

Awesome! *Lights torch* Wow, the only time I'll ever get to open an athletic event. . . . So, bedpan luge or broomstick skiing first?


Tazzygirl - Feb 19, 2006 8:29 pm (#908 of 2575)

Bedpan Luge! Go Maniacs!!!


Finn BV - Feb 19, 2006 10:11 pm (#909 of 2575)

I'd vote for skiing but I'm up for anything! How about two-man bedpan bobsleigh instead of luge, it's the same thing, but we can have two people go at once!

By the way, since we all represent different countries, we'll have to go from St. Mungo's instead of individual countires. Which means we need to create the nation, St. Mungo's. Naturally there will be states, and I think the state we all live in should be the state of Insanity. BADDA BOOM!

Sorry, spur of the moment bad joke.


Tazzygirl - Feb 19, 2006 11:15 pm (#910 of 2575)

So would that mean I would be representing the section of St. Mungo's from Hawaii?


PyroGrl - Feb 20, 2006 1:44 am (#911 of 2575)

OK. I am in love.

With Wicked! Yes, the musical about the life and times of the Wicked Witch of the West, aka Elphaba. I swear that someday I will play Elphaba on Broadway. Course, I still have to play Eponine on Broadway...*day dreams*

Anyways, if I was any good at winter sports, I'd totally join in. Well, I'll sing the national anthems, and the St. Mungo's theme song. If no one remembers what it is, it was "Unwell" by Matchbox 20. Smile


Finn BV - Feb 20, 2006 2:45 am (#912 of 2575)

I think we should write out own theme song. Never heard of Unwell. Sorry.

Ok, it can be our co-theme. Here, I'll start: (make up your own tune)

Here at St. Mungo's, we are all insane…


Viola Intonada - Feb 20, 2006 3:06 am (#913 of 2575)

Instead of nations, I think we should represent our wards. I'm signing up for ice skating and bedpan luge.

Slalom skiing, growing up water skiing instead of snow skiing. I always thought that the slalom course should be done on one ski instead of two!

For the biathilon (sp?), you have to hit the target with a spell rather than with a rifle. The healers won't allow us to have firearms, not that they allow us to have wands either, but that is beside the point.

We do have a theme, though that was a couple of threads ago.....


Tazzygirl - Feb 20, 2006 4:16 am (#914 of 2575)
Edited by Feb 19, 2006 8:17 pm

Unwell by Matchbox 20 is one of my favorites! (You've never heard of it, Finn? :shocked: It was on the radio nonstop a few years back.)

*Singing: But I'm not crazy, I'm just a little unwell, I know right now you can't tell, But stay awhile and maybe then you'll see, A different side of me, I'm not crazy, I'm just a little impaired**

Ice Skating and bed pan bobsledding for me! (Who wants to be my partner in the bobsledding?)


Phelim Mcintyre - Feb 20, 2006 9:21 am (#915 of 2575)

+ + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + +

Sorry but I seem to have a problem cross posting at the moment. Part C - St. Mungo's Lexicon Hospital for the Incurably Insane (May, 2005 to March, 2011) 2222139670

But how about combining the broomsticks and bedpans for a game of St Mungos curling? You know the ice-rink bowls not putting things in your hair!!!


Emily - Feb 20, 2006 2:56 pm (#916 of 2575)

Ooh! Curling! I've never understood why anyone would have invented that sport, or why it is considered a sport, but it looks fun. Who else is up for curling?

Oh, I wanna represent the Obsessive-Compulsive Reading Ward.


Liz Mann - Feb 20, 2006 8:39 pm (#917 of 2575)

I'm moving temporarily into the 'Just Lost a Pet Recovery' ward.


Tazzygirl - Feb 20, 2006 8:59 pm (#918 of 2575)

*People who have purple pet rabbits ward** for me!

I've been ignoring Rinky lately... Poor bunny!

Did you really lose a pet, Liz? If you did I am really sorry!!


Liz Mann - Feb 20, 2006 9:20 pm (#919 of 2575)

Yeah, my dog had to be put to sleep today. He was old and his quality of life had deteriorated. The vet said if we'd waited a couple more weeks he probably would have been in pain.


Tazzygirl - Feb 20, 2006 10:01 pm (#920 of 2575)

Oh, Liz. I am so sorry... I had to put one of my guinea pigs down a couple years ago, that was probably the worst day of my life. Big ((((((((((HUG)))))))))) to you! At least he won't be in any more pain!


Finn BV - Feb 21, 2006 12:31 am (#921 of 2575)

Emily, my grandpa is a curler. Check out the main forum chat thread on the main forum for some details. It is actually quite interesting when you get hooked, which didn't take me that long! Of course curling would work well with our brooms!

Liz, I am so sorry about your dog. Group hug. *******HUG******* Cheering charms your way.

I'll represent the "I Give Out Purple Pet Rabbits to People" ward.


Emily - Feb 21, 2006 1:51 am (#922 of 2575)

Oh, Liz, I've had to put two of my cats to sleep, it really is awful. I'm so sorry. More (((((((((hugs)))))))) from me.

Finn, that's pretty cool. It does look like a neat sport.


Tazzygirl - Feb 21, 2006 8:13 am (#923 of 2575)

Finn-I'll represent the "I Give Out Purple Pet Rabbits to People" ward.

ROFL!! Nice one...


Phelim Mcintyre - Feb 21, 2006 11:43 am (#924 of 2575)

Have we had the openning ceremony yet? If not shouldn't we use the green flame torch as the St Mungo's Olympic flame? Stood on the Pillar of Storge of course.

Oh yes and another hug for Liz.


Finn BV - Feb 21, 2006 2:15 pm (#925 of 2575)

LOL Phelim. Quick, tell Emily, the torchbearer!


Phelim Mcintyre - Feb 21, 2006 3:34 pm (#926 of 2575)

Pleased you like it Finn. It would be great to use the green flame torch, with all ceremonies held in the shadow of the Pyramids of Furmat deep in the Forest of Shadows.


Finn BV - Feb 21, 2006 4:46 pm (#927 of 2575)

How about some holy tea from the Kettle of Nackledirk?


Viola Intonada - Feb 21, 2006 5:16 pm (#928 of 2575)

My condolensces, Liz.

I will be representing the "Can't stop rereading HP" Ward.

I also want to sign up for the Freestyle Bedpanning. It is similar to the snowboarding events.

We had better all line up to enter for the opening ceremonies!


Tazzygirl - Feb 21, 2006 6:35 pm (#929 of 2575)

I'm in line!!

*proudly displaying a flag with a purple rabbit in the center** hehehe...


Finn BV - Feb 21, 2006 6:45 pm (#930 of 2575)

Shot second in line!

*hold flag with hands offering a purple bunny*


Liz Mann - Feb 21, 2006 9:26 pm (#931 of 2575)

I'll represent the 'Obsessive-Compulsive Quidditch Disorder' ward in the skiing when we get round to it.

Thanks for all the hugs, guys.


Emily - Feb 21, 2006 11:53 pm (#932 of 2575)

Hmm . . . The Pillar of Storge? Oops . . . . *Quickly extinguishes already-lit torch* Umm, yeah, we can do that. Go ahead!

I'm third in line!


dizzy lizzy - Feb 22, 2006 12:26 am (#933 of 2575)

I think I'll represent the "I'm a forced animagus" ward. **holds blue flag with blue dog in centre with her mouth **

Hmmm.. I think I'll enjoy the free style bedpanning on my frypan!


Elfcat - Feb 22, 2006 5:42 pm (#934 of 2575)

(Sheez, Are Phelim and I the only people around here who have heard the "Hotel California" song? You can check out any time you like, but you can never leave...)


Ooh! I'll represent the "Frequently Abducted Into the Real World" Ward. *hold red flag with black doorway on it* I'll represent my ward in Uphill Slalom! (hey, we ARE insane, aren't we?)


CatherineHermiona - Feb 22, 2006 6:30 pm (#935 of 2575)

Great idea, Elfcat! I'll represent "Successfully makes her friend read HP" ward! In biathlon with rifle turned reversed, with the part that you are shooting with turned to me! (if anyone gets it)

I'm so happy that my friend will start to read Harry Potter! I have a good influence to some people. Well, in fact, forum helped too. She said she wants to join, as she saw it few times and she likes it, and then I told her to read Harry Potter as well then. And she will! In few days she'll be on forum as well, I made an account for her today, and now she waits for Kip's approval.



Tazzygirl - Feb 22, 2006 6:44 pm (#936 of 2575)

Kate- Am I correct in thinking it is Matea? Great! You've made another Potty!

Everyone ready?

*Starts singing Hotel California...**


CatherineHermiona - Feb 22, 2006 7:37 pm (#937 of 2575)
Edited by Feb 22, 2006 11:40 am

Yes, Matea, I just borrowed PS/SS to her. **makes mental note: Matea-PS/SS** That's how I lost 2nd and 3rd part, not knowing who I borrowed them to...

And now I'm showing my collection to people: "See, this is 1st part, this is 4th par, and this are 5th and 6th..."



Viola Intonada - Feb 23, 2006 4:13 am (#938 of 2575)

I'll play the song that they always play at all of the olympics. *tunes viola*


Phelim Mcintyre - Feb 23, 2006 9:19 am (#939 of 2575)

HI ELFCAT. As others have started singing Hotel California what should our St Mungo's cover version be called? And what should the group be called?


azi - Feb 23, 2006 7:31 pm (#940 of 2575)

Hey, I know Hotel California too! Although only the chorus so I'll hum in the background for the rest! Or, I could play the cabbassa?

Where have I been? I got slightly stuck in the door of the Inch-High Leprechaun ward and it took a while to escape. I'll be representing them, and be at the back of the procession, since that means everyone will remember us!


dizzy lizzy - Feb 23, 2006 9:57 pm (#941 of 2575)

And I'll just howl along tunefully


Tazzygirl - Feb 24, 2006 12:45 am (#942 of 2575)
Edited by Feb 23, 2006 4:46 pm

What a lovely Olympic tune... We might just all get a gold medal for such an original anthem... hehehe!

We ready?


Finn BV - Feb 24, 2006 2:47 am (#943 of 2575)

Ok, let's march!

*70s and 80s American pop music plays in accordance with the 2006 Turin Olympics*


Tazzygirl - Feb 24, 2006 5:15 am (#944 of 2575)

*Begins to dance to the very unusual Olympic anthem and 70s and 80s pop music and waving the purple rabbit flag furiously in the air.*


Phelim Mcintyre - Feb 24, 2006 8:43 am (#945 of 2575)

Ha - just noticed the door. So that's why they let me keep my wand. I must be an out patient so can come and go as they require. Off to find out if there is a release date for Goblet of Fire on DVD as I was too ill to go to the cinema.


Phelim Mcintyre - Feb 26, 2006 6:01 pm (#946 of 2575)

Just thought I'd dive back in with the news. Goblet of Fire video/dvd comes out at the end of March (20th I think) and also to show off my Gryffindor scarf I got for FREE because of pre-booking a dvd. Nice isn't it.


Tazzygirl - Feb 27, 2006 12:00 am (#947 of 2575)
Edited by Feb 26, 2006 4:03 pm

GoF gets released to video here in the States on March 7th! (9 days!!!!! woo-hoo!!!)


Liz Mann - Feb 27, 2006 12:13 am (#948 of 2575)
Edited by Feb 26, 2006 4:14 pm

But not until March 20th here in the UK! I'm sending a howler Warner Brothers' way.


Viola Intonada - Feb 27, 2006 2:57 am (#949 of 2575)
Edited by Feb 26, 2006 6:59 pm

Oh, our anthem is so beautiful with all of the singing, humming and howling. It brings tears to my eyes. *sniffle, sniffle*

Alright, our olympics are starting just as the sane world's Olympics ends.

Bedpan curling starts tomorrow!

(Btw, to our UK forumers, looks like I will get to go with Hubby to a conference in September. It will be in New Castle. Anyone close?)


Tazzygirl - Feb 27, 2006 7:36 am (#950 of 2575)

Lucky you Viola! Take lots of pictures!!

I'm ready to root people on!

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Part C - St. Mungo's Lexicon Hospital for the Incurably Insane (May, 2005 to March, 2011) Empty Curling and Bedpan Luge

Post  Lady Arabella on Thu Dec 27, 2012 9:56 pm


Finn BV - Feb 27, 2006 5:12 pm (#951 of 2575)

Okay guys, curling starts! On your mark, get set… SWEEP!


Emily - Feb 27, 2006 9:16 pm (#952 of 2575)

*Sweeps madly*


Tazzygirl - Feb 27, 2006 11:21 pm (#953 of 2575)

Starts cheering madly for Emily "GO EMILY!!!!"

Who else is doing curling? I forgot. What event is next?


dizzy lizzy - Feb 27, 2006 11:34 pm (#954 of 2575)
Edited by Feb 27, 2006 3:35 pm

***runs around holding broomstick in her mouth and whacks Emily and Finn on the legs**

I'm trying to curl, but the broomstick is too long for me *cries*.

Lizzy :sad:


Finn BV - Feb 28, 2006 12:07 am (#955 of 2575)

Owww! That's not correct protocol, Lizzy! REF!!!!

*tries to sweep by, and (he says this daringly) WINS THE FIRST ROUND!!!!!*


Hermionefan - Feb 28, 2006 12:13 am (#956 of 2575)

*Emerges from closet, which no one even knew was there in the first place* *Pulls cobwebs out of hair and Chocolate Frog wrappers off clothes*


I'm back!! I haven't been here in like, forever, so, can I have an update? What's this about curling? *dodges Lizzy* What's happening? Should I start w people with my bedpan?


Viola Intonada - Feb 28, 2006 3:34 am (#957 of 2575)

We are having our own olypmics, Hermione. Sign up for whatever event you wish to participate in. Right now we are competing in bedpan curling.

Lizzy, use your tail. You don't have to use a broom!

*Wins round 2*


dizzy lizzy - Feb 28, 2006 4:07 am (#958 of 2575)
Edited by Feb 27, 2006 8:07 pm

My Tail!!!!!

Hey there's an idea!!!

*starts pushing/sweeping with her tail!**


Tazzygirl - Feb 28, 2006 6:13 am (#959 of 2575)

Wow, this curling is very exciting to watch!


Elfcat - Feb 28, 2006 5:29 pm (#960 of 2575)

Personally I think it would garner more fans if they used bludgers...

HI HERMY!!! You got stuck in the closet too? (I was stuck there also a few pages ago) If you don't want to do curling, there is also uphill slalom and biathalon with the rifle turned around (I hope Kate meant she was shooting OVER her shoulder...). Did we have more sports than that, guys?


CatherineHermiona - Feb 28, 2006 5:50 pm (#961 of 2575)

Heehee... IN your shoulder, OVER your shoulder, all same to me... And I would love to see you shooting over your shoulder without the tube on your shoulder! What I have in mind is shooting with tube in the air, and trying to shoot in target that is 10 meters behind you... If you accidentally happen to shoot in your shoulder... Well, it luckily happened we are in St Mungo's...


Tazzygirl - Feb 28, 2006 6:02 pm (#962 of 2575)

We also have ice skating and bedpan luge...


Emily - Feb 28, 2006 10:28 pm (#963 of 2575)

Go Finn! I dropped out after Liz hit my legs with her broom . . . ow!

Well, I'm going to be temporarily sane from tomorrow until about April 17, so good luck with the rest of our Olympics, guys!


Finn BV - Feb 28, 2006 10:44 pm (#964 of 2575)

Emily!! Have a great time! Can you tell us why you'll be away for so long? If you can't, completely understand.

*sweeps some more and wins whatever round this is (4th?)*


Emily - Feb 28, 2006 10:53 pm (#965 of 2575)

Thank you Finn! I'm actually not going away, I've just decided to give up the internet for Lent, since I'm on way too often . . . Oh wait, don't know if that's ok to say here. Well, if I just offended you, I'm sorry, but that's where I'll be. Bye guys!


Finn BV - Mar 1, 2006 12:40 am (#966 of 2575)

Nope, that's okay. That's a daring move! Good luck!


Liz Mann - Mar 1, 2006 12:56 am (#967 of 2575)
Edited by Feb 28, 2006 4:56 pm

*looks round at Emily's mention of her name* Huh? What? Whassat?


Tazzygirl - Mar 1, 2006 12:59 am (#968 of 2575)

Good Luck Emily! (I think I would have a hard time... See you when Lent is over!


Hermionefan - Mar 1, 2006 3:29 am (#969 of 2575)

Bye Emily! I don't think I could ever give up the Internet for even two days.

Since I'm not athletic, I think I'll sit out the Olympics. I'm a cheer leader


Tazzygirl - Mar 1, 2006 4:35 am (#970 of 2575)

I am cheering on whoever is currently playing, and then attempting to ice skate.


azi - Mar 1, 2006 6:37 pm (#971 of 2575)
Edited by Mar 1, 2006 10:37 am

My leprechaun team couldn't push the curling stone so we decided that we would use a mini target with a mini curling stone.

Unfortunately we then threw the stone the wrong way...

We should probably have trained for this malarky...instead of visiting the pub.


Viola Intonada - Mar 2, 2006 3:51 am (#972 of 2575)

Oh, but visiting the pub is sooo much more fun....

btw, Azi, I will be visiting the New Castle in Northern England.

I don't know whose turn is next, but we better get this game going because bedpan luge starts soon!


Phelim Mcintyre - Mar 2, 2006 9:12 am (#973 of 2575)

*Runs in out of breath*. Have you guys tried the bedpan luge course set up on the stairs? The jello corner is enough to turn anyone green. And watch out for the Lockheart Bend. Its enough to obliviate anyone. *Jumps over skimming bedpan* Oy - watch the feet. Typical!

Oh yes Viola. I don't live near Newcastle but I'm sure could find an excuse to come up and meet you while you are over. Especially as a fellow viola player. But if you have the time do get to Holy Island.


dizzy lizzy - Mar 2, 2006 9:15 am (#974 of 2575)

Can It be frypan luge for me please????


Phelim Mcintyre - Mar 2, 2006 3:11 pm (#975 of 2575)

Sure - then you can have a fried breakfast on your way down.


Finn BV - Mar 2, 2006 6:33 pm (#976 of 2575)

Okay, Phelim, I'll check it out.

*goes upstairs and screams having gone around the jello and Lockhart corner*

Who won curling?


Tazzygirl - Mar 2, 2006 6:42 pm (#977 of 2575)

Last night I was watching a TV show (Scrubs) and in one scene one of the main characters spins a bedpan through the air at another main character- I immediately thought of all us here at St. Mungo's. It was actually really funny to watch... Just thought I would share!


azi - Mar 2, 2006 6:56 pm (#978 of 2575)

Being leprechauns, me and my team are going to use a tablespoon instead! Wooohooo! Jelly fight!!!

Viola - I agree with Phelim, try to visit Holy Island! It's slightly out of Newcastle itself, but very pretty (just don't get stuck on the road when the tide's coming in!). I think you're near Hadrian's Wall as well, and that's a cool piece of history. Newcastle is known to students as being the clubbing capital of the North, but you probably aren't so interested in that!


Viola Intonada - Mar 3, 2006 3:15 am (#979 of 2575)

Another violist, really? Wow, that doesn't happen very often. *So excited she throws her last stone way off course* Oh well, maybe I will get them next time in curling. Now for the bedpan luge. The course sounds challenging.

Phelim and Azi, you're getting me very excited about the trip. I hope I do get to go with Hubby!


Phelim Mcintyre - Mar 3, 2006 9:18 am (#980 of 2575)

Yes the bedpan luge course is interesting, especially stopping at the end before you hit the welcome desk. Can I join in the jelly fight? Now where can I join in the broomstick biathlon? And who just threw that curling stone at me?

Yes Newcastle is near Hadrian's Wall


Liz Mann - Mar 3, 2006 12:07 pm (#981 of 2575)
Edited by Mar 3, 2006 4:11 am

Gah! Straying off topic for a moment, I just voted for J.K. in The Book Magazine's poll, and it asked me why I was voting for her. I wrote out this really good response, clicked 'vote' and it didn't seem to register that I'd filled that part of the form in and cut out all of my response except "Because J.K. Rowling has seriously boosted..." I noticed it kept on writing along the same line instead of starting new lines, so I thought maybe you had to start the new line. So I pressed enter. And it registered the vote (with my comments still as only "Because J.K. Rowling has seriously boosted...") They're not going to take that seriously. So I had to vote again, with my website's email address, so that I could put a different response, which ended up being, "It's not about the sales, it's about the way the books make people feel." Which originally was just the last sentence of my response.

Anyway, I have to post my original response somewhere because I love it so much, so here it is.

Because J.K. Rowling has seriously boosted reading's popularity, especially among children. In an age where children are all about technology, she has them sitting down and reading. She has completely changed the face of children's literature because she’s not afraid to do things that may be seen by some as controversial when she knows it’s the right thing. For example she’s not afraid to be scary because she knows that if children don’t learn fear when they’re little then they’re going to be more greatly affected by it when they grow up and encounter it in non-fictional areas of their lives. She may be writing about wizards but her work is honest and realistic and her characters are very much human and believable. Many adults now see children’s literature it in a different way. In fact, her books are no longer child exclusive, because she writes about subjects that relate to everyone, whatever age you are, whatever race, religion, nationality or class - subjects such as terrorism, human strength, human courage, morality, friendship, teamwork, death and the importance of choices. She has given people all over the world something in common that they can talk about with each other. It’s not about the book sales, it’s about the way the books make the readers feel.

Thank you for your patience in this emotionally trying time. And now, back to the games.


Finn BV - Mar 3, 2006 2:22 pm (#982 of 2575)

We all need to rant a little, Liz. Excellent response, you write very well. Finally, a bit of the real word in our figmented insanity!


Tazzygirl - Mar 3, 2006 8:17 pm (#983 of 2575)

Very good, Liz! Sorry the whole process was annoying...

I was going to try the luge, but I am afraid of fast speeds and tight corners... I'll just sit out and cheer until it is ice skating time!


dizzy lizzy - Mar 3, 2006 11:28 pm (#984 of 2575)

Ooh the luge!! Right I've finished eating breakfast off my frypan and it's now clean and ready to go...

So where's the starting point???

**wheeeeeeeeeeeee** BANG! CRASH! RATTLE! SPLAT!

**whoah! shakes dizzy head!**

That was a good race there... **goes off to have another go....**


Hermionefan - Mar 4, 2006 5:16 am (#985 of 2575)

Hey hey!! Maybe I will do luge, it's always looked interesting to me. But I've always worried about like, going over my fingers. Good thing we're in a hospital, huh?

*Hops on bedpan* Let's goooo!!


Viola Intonada - Mar 4, 2006 5:59 am (#986 of 2575)

Way to go Liz! An excellent response!

Whoa, Dude, that Luge run is just totally awesome!! *Said in best "Crush" voice*


Tazzygirl - Mar 4, 2006 9:01 am (#987 of 2575)

Ok, ok. I wanna try it now!

* *screams in horror as the bedpan races down the staircase and whizzes out the main front doors, finally being stopped by a tree.**

I don't think the luge was made for me...


Tazzygirl - Mar 6, 2006 11:45 pm (#988 of 2575)
Edited by Mar 6, 2006 3:45 pm

Did I scare people away?


dizzy lizzy - Mar 6, 2006 11:49 pm (#989 of 2575)

Oh No! you didn't scare anyone away...

I was just waiting for you to unwrap yourself from that tree...

Wheeeeeeee** **goes down luge again!!***


Tazzygirl - Mar 7, 2006 4:21 am (#990 of 2575)

ROFL!!! I forgot we kicked the nurses of St. Mungo's out. I was waiting for the medics to arrive!

*Slowly unwraps from around the tree and limps back inside, narrowly missing Lizzy as she takes her second run down the luge.** hehehe...


Phelim Mcintyre - Mar 7, 2006 10:36 am (#991 of 2575)

I keep going round and round but can't find the broomstick biathlon track and targets. Oh there the plastic ducks. Mind out everyone I want to get a clear shot. Ooops. Who's bowl of jello did I just blast?


Liz Mann - Mar 7, 2006 2:08 pm (#992 of 2575)

Who cares? All that matters is that's one less bowl of jello to worry about.


Hermionefan - Mar 8, 2006 3:56 am (#993 of 2575)

I'm loving this luge business. Wheeee!! *Takes another dive onto the course...if that makes sense* It's my new favorite sport.


Liz Mann - Mar 8, 2006 4:04 pm (#994 of 2575)

What? Even above Quidditch??


Finn BV - Mar 9, 2006 1:08 am (#995 of 2575)

EEK is right!!

Then again...

*jumps onto course again*

What do they mean when they say the luge is dange....

(voice lost in sounds of screams)


azi - Mar 9, 2006 2:05 pm (#996 of 2575)

You blasted my bowl of jello??? I want compensation of double...no...triple jello!!!!

**decides to take plastic ducks to pond and use them as boathorses** Yeehaa! **lassos a duck**


Phelim Mcintyre - Mar 9, 2006 7:14 pm (#997 of 2575)

Azi - I just hope they don't have bird flu.


Viola Intonada - Mar 9, 2006 8:40 pm (#998 of 2575)

Tazzy, who needs nurses when we have Prof. Lockheart. I'm sure he would be more than happy to take care of any broken bones you might have.

* Goes down the luge again* Wheeeee!!! *Doesn't understand why Finn is screaming* CRASH, BANG, THUD.

Oh, that must have been why Finn was screaming. *Tries to untangle herself from a huge nasty pile up of bedpans and inmates* Who put this tree here. It wasn't here last time I went down. Hummm, I smell another conspiracy....


Hermionefan - Mar 10, 2006 3:35 am (#999 of 2575)

*Speeds down luge course without a problem* Skills!! I don't get why everyone's so scared of this, it’s like going down a baby slide...whee!! no hands!!...



So, don't you guys just adore Quidditch?
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Part C - St. Mungo's Lexicon Hospital for the Incurably Insane (May, 2005 to March, 2011) Empty CRASH!! BANG!! WALLOP!!

Post  Lady Arabella on Mon May 06, 2013 7:37 pm


Finn BV(#1000 of 2575)
Edited by Mar 10, 2006 5:07 am

w00T!! 1000th post!! Yay!!!!

*ignores the sad people crashing into the course*

Okay, you guys may now resume your normally scheduled death run.


azi - Mar 10, 2006 6:50 pm (#1001 of 2575)

Bird flu eh? Well, better get a sample of duck to the lab! **drills hole in duck...duck sinks** Oooops, better get another sample! **drills hole in next duck...more sinking** And the next one!

Ooooppps, I sunk all my ducks!


Liz Mann - Mar 11, 2006 12:38 am (#1002 of 2575)
Edited by Mar 10, 2006 4:38 pm

Thanks inmates, you've all cheered me up by making me laugh.

I think I might give this luge thing a try. *zooms down the luge course* Wheeeeeeeeeeeeee!


Huh... You know I think the pain at the end is part of the fun. Thank Merlin for magical healing... it means we can do almost anything we want, especially at a hospital.

Question... is this still a contest or is everyone just using this course like a slip and slide?


Tazzygirl - Mar 11, 2006 7:08 am (#1003 of 2575)

*grabbing some popcorn and sitting back (favoring my right leg), to watch the proceeding crashing. Occasionally holding up numbers for scores...**

Am I the only one who made it out the front doors?

When does the ice skating start?


dizzy lizzy - Mar 11, 2006 7:25 am (#1004 of 2575)



oooh that was a good run down that time **walks away dizzyly**

ice-skating??? you mean there's ice skating as well???

* still dizzy**


Liz Mann - Mar 11, 2006 2:06 pm (#1005 of 2575)

I think we're having one event at a time. There's the luge, ice-skating and skiing.


Finn BV - Mar 11, 2006 2:35 pm (#1006 of 2575)

Wow, I think we've done waaaaay better than those people who performed the luge at the "real" (makes quotation marks sign with hands) Olympics. Pfft.


Good Evans - Mar 11, 2006 8:55 pm (#1007 of 2575)

Hello, I've just been committed, don’t fancy the badpan luge, but I am happy to obsessively keep score of who should be awarded medals - lists - they are wonderful things.... just going to sit on my bed and update my list of Hermione’s best put downs of Ron, shout if I need to write down a score or a time, or record loss of limb!


Liz Mann - Mar 11, 2006 9:07 pm (#1008 of 2575)

Hi, Good Evans! Are you sure you won't try the luge? It's fun!

*zooms down the luge course again and once again smashes into the tree*

Now see some people may ask why we don't just set the course up somewhere where there isn't a tree. Our answer is, what's the point when we have magical methods of healing?


Finn BV - Mar 11, 2006 9:09 pm (#1009 of 2575)

Well, Good Evans, you certainly aren't listless! HAHAHAHA.

Off to do annoying real-life homework *grumble, grumble.*


Good Evans - Mar 11, 2006 9:35 pm (#1010 of 2575)

Oh Finn you are sooooooo funnny (in best Luna voice) off to find some radishes to wear ....... **slips on luge track on the way and ends up with Liz at the base of the tree*** Darn! **searching but can't find notebook so must be "listless" after fall!!**


Phelim Mcintyre - Mar 12, 2006 12:45 pm (#1011 of 2575)

Liz Mann - you forgot the broomstick biathalon. Though I appear to be the only one to be taking part. Hey who pinched the plastic ducks that were the targets? Oh yes, and did anyone win the Curling? And who's ahead on the Luge?

Also who's up for using an engorging spell on the bedpan to make a two or four man toboggan?


Liz Mann - Mar 12, 2006 3:17 pm (#1012 of 2575)

I'll take part in the broomstick biathalon when we get round to it!


Elfcat - Mar 13, 2006 3:47 am (#1013 of 2575)

LUGE?!?! Luge is for wimps! Now bedpan skeleton on that run, THAT would be interesting...*Tries it*




Tazzygirl - Mar 13, 2006 3:51 am (#1014 of 2575)
Edited by Mar 12, 2006 8:00 pm

ROFL!!! I award Elfcat 30 points!


Phelim Mcintyre - Mar 13, 2006 9:31 am (#1015 of 2575)

Elfcat, Elfcat. can you see me? How many fingers am I holding up? Elfcat? Is there a mediwizard in the house?


Good Evans - Mar 13, 2006 12:49 pm (#1016 of 2575)

bet you can’t do it again Elfcat! *pulls new pen out to take make list of how many bruises and broken bits elfcat has, forgets that no longer has a notepad - so writes on regulation nightie instead. *

you know, I like it here!


azi - Mar 13, 2006 3:57 pm (#1017 of 2575)

**Sitting in a tree just drinking tea. Why does everyone keep crashing into me???**

Phelim, if you want your ducks back you'll have to dive to the bottom of the pond...

We finished the luge yet? I think the skeleton race got cancelled before it really started...


Phelim Mcintyre - Mar 13, 2006 4:08 pm (#1018 of 2575)
Edited by Mar 13, 2006 8:08 am

Oh well, let's cancel the biathalon then. It appears the targets have been sunk. Unless I can remember how to do a bubblehead charm.

I think I may put a cushioning charm on the tree for my go at the skeleton. Now where did I put my bedpan? (Toddles off to find said article).


Viola Intonada - Mar 13, 2006 8:18 pm (#1019 of 2575)

So, who wins the Luge? When we signed up for it, we were told that the inmate with the fastest time would win, but you know what I just jound out? The medals are going to be awarded for the best crash into the tree. That's why the tree all of a sudden popped up in the middle of the course. I guess they didn't think that just watching us go down the course was entertaining enough.


dizzy lizzy - Mar 13, 2006 9:06 pm (#1020 of 2575)

weeeeeeeeeee!!! **dog on frypan whizzes past down the luge**

CRASHBANGSMASH!!!!!!! **crashes into tree yet again**

ooooohhh I'm dizzy now **whimpers**


Finn BV - Mar 13, 2006 9:33 pm (#1021 of 2575)
Edited by Mar 13, 2006 1:35 pm

Julie, bet I can do it!!


Oops, should've taken Elfcat's advice…


Good Evans - Mar 14, 2006 12:39 pm (#1022 of 2575)

silly boy, **shakes head, pulls out list of Elfcat injuries to compare with Finn's new ones**


Elfcat - Mar 14, 2006 5:58 pm (#1023 of 2575)

Whowhat? Huh? Oh no, I'm fine. Except for this slight sensation that someone has dropped an apartment complex on me, that is...

NO FINN DON'T DO IT!! *is to late* *cringes at sounds of destruction*

(LOL, I'm giving myself a headache just thinking about this stuff)


Liz Mann - Mar 14, 2006 8:45 pm (#1024 of 2575)

Bet I can beat you, Finn.

*slides down the course*


I knocked the tree down... yey me... *faints*


Finn BV - Mar 14, 2006 9:47 pm (#1025 of 2575)

Whoa, Liz, you went the farthest, for sure! You made it to the third repetition of the page background!! Good job!! Don't worry about the injuries, you definitely won the luge! YAY LIZ!!!


dizzy lizzy - Mar 14, 2006 9:50 pm (#1026 of 2575)

I think so! She knocked the tree down!!!!!


Viola Intonada - Mar 15, 2006 12:22 am (#1027 of 2575)

Wahoo! Liz wins the gold!!!! Congrats, Liz. I hope you are conscious enough to enjoy it. Do we need to call over Prof. Lockhart to heal you?


Tazzygirl - Mar 15, 2006 4:22 am (#1028 of 2575)
Edited by Mar 14, 2006 8:23 pm

**whispers to Liz: I strongly suggest not going to Lockhart... I managed to escape without any more damage.** hehehe...

Congratulations on Gold, Liz!! Yippee!!


Phelim Mcintyre - Mar 15, 2006 9:23 am (#1029 of 2575)

*Distant voice from top of stairs*
What the tree has gone and someone has won gold? But I haven't had my final run yet. Bah Acid Drops!
*Sound of someone stomping down the stairs*
. This isn't fair. First someone pinches the biathlon target ducks, then the luge finishes without me. Now what. I know. Where's the broomsticks? The stair would make a good slalom course.

Weeeeeeeeeeeh. Ouch. The tree's back. In the middle of the second floor landing. Helllllllllllp. I've lost a broom-ski. (Quick thought) No problem - I've always wanted to try snowboarding. *faint sounds of crashing in the reception area.*


Phelim Mcintyre - Mar 15, 2006 1:15 pm (#1030 of 2575)

Lesson 1 - snowboarding on a broomstick is no fun. So try a snow pan instead.

But before that I need to find my other broomstick. I think I should be able to clear the tree with a ski-jump. (Music associated with various t.v. skiing programmes fills the air). Now what was the battle cry again? Oh yes. Here I go. MILK TRAYYYYYyyyyyyahhhhhhhhhhh. Help. It’s the Womping Willow *dull thud and then silence*.


azi - Mar 15, 2006 3:36 pm (#1031 of 2575)

**muffled voice** OUCH!!! I got thrown out of the tree! Actually, I appear to have got thrown under it. Any healers around to rescue me? Apart from Dr Lockhart?

Looks like Phelim needs rescuing too. Maybe he's more important since he was silly enough to hit the Whomping Willow. You know, first he loses his duck targets...then he loses a broom ski...we could award him the Silly Inmate of the Year award...

We need a medal awarding ceremony for Liz!


Phelim Mcintyre - Mar 15, 2006 6:30 pm (#1032 of 2575)

*Very small voice* I thought hospitals were meant to be safe. And I didn't lose my duck targets, they were stolen. *Lapses back into unconsciousness.*


Liz Mann - Mar 15, 2006 9:00 pm (#1033 of 2575)

A medal awarding ceremony, azi? Aw, shucks.

I think I should be able to clear the tree with a ski-jump.

Oh wow! What an amazing concept! Riding a broomstick like Harry in the PS movie over a ski-jump! I'm trying that next!


Good Evans - Mar 16, 2006 8:43 am (#1034 of 2575)

not before me Liz, I'm alredy at the top of the stairs **waves and launches self towards tree thinking ** Determination, Destination, Deliber...



Phelim Mcintyre - Mar 16, 2006 8:54 am (#1035 of 2575)

Now where am I again? Who are you? Who am I? Why is that man in the white coat with a fxed grin waving at me? All I can remember is something to do with a broomstick and a tree. Now where did I put my knitting.


Tazzygirl - Mar 17, 2006 6:56 am (#1036 of 2575)

Quick! Save Phelim from Dr. Lockhart!!!


dizzy lizzy - Mar 17, 2006 7:00 am (#1037 of 2575)

Whoah!!! what happened??? **dizzy lizzy gets up feeling very dizzy**


Phelim Mcintyre - Mar 17, 2006 9:25 am (#1038 of 2575)

*Sound of face being slapped* What? Where? Who? THANKS to whoever brought me back to normal. And what is this knitting doing here? I much prefer crochet.

Now, time for another go at the broomstick tree-jump. *Noises of someone running off, then someone running back.* Whoever it was who saved me from Lockhart deserves a medal. *Runs off*

*Voice from the top of the stairs* Bedpan helmet, check. Broomsticks, check. Here I go. One, two, three. Milk Trayyyyyyyyaaaaaaah.


Good Evans - Mar 17, 2006 3:48 pm (#1039 of 2575)

**ringing cow bell madly for Phelim as he whizzes past and becomes airborne ****


azi - Mar 17, 2006 5:44 pm (#1040 of 2575)
Edited by Mar 17, 2006 9:44 am

Woohoo, it's St Patrick’s Day! Celebration time! Everyone get out their regulation green hats!

Yey, nothing like a broomstick jump!!! EEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee!

Top 'o the morning to ya!


Phelim Mcintyre - Mar 18, 2006 11:36 am (#1041 of 2575)

Near-perfect landing. Did I hear cowbells though? Does that mean we have an animagus amongst us?


Phelim Mcintyre - Mar 20, 2006 9:14 am (#1042 of 2575)
Edited by Mar 20, 2006 1:15 am

*whispers* looks that I got away with it and no one will notice my bad back. Well hope Dr Lockhart doesn't notice!


Viola Intonada - Mar 20, 2006 7:37 pm (#1043 of 2575)

I think I will pass on the broomstick jump. But I am more than happy to cheer everyone else on!!!


Good Evans - Mar 20, 2006 8:58 pm (#1044 of 2575)

*sneaking in to the ward and ringing the cowbells loudly ** Right! who's next down the slope?


Finn BV - Mar 20, 2006 10:09 pm (#1045 of 2575)

Er, sure, I'll go!

*mounts broom, but is suddenly knocked off by a large gust of wind*

Hey, who was that??


Good Evans - Mar 21, 2006 1:52 pm (#1046 of 2575)

sorry I think it might have been down draft from my cowbell!! **makes mental note to get smaller bell as the 3 foot wide one is a bit heavy to carry and wave without causing accidents**


Good Evans - Mar 22, 2006 9:49 pm (#1047 of 2575)

**looking around at the bodies on the floor, all knocked out by the overlarge cowbell.**** I wondered where everyone had gone!!!


Tazzygirl - Mar 23, 2006 1:17 am (#1048 of 2575)

I am still here! Just casually holding up random numbers for scores... even though everyone was knocked down...


Finn BV - Mar 23, 2006 1:37 am (#1049 of 2575)

Hehe… I think we're all blown away at the lovely display of athletics here!! (Sorry, couldn't resist! It was just waiting there in the bad jokes department…)


dizzy lizzy - Mar 23, 2006 4:23 am (#1050 of 2575)

**clambers out from under lounge chair**

Umm where are we again???

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Phelim Mcintyre - Mar 23, 2006 10:44 am (#1051 of 2575)

Quick someone throw a bucket of cold water over Dizzy Lizzy to de-Lockhart her. I would but all I can find is some green stuff.


azi - Mar 23, 2006 5:25 pm (#1052 of 2575)

Ouchee...my head...**looks around confusedly**

Didn't see that coming!

I vote we try the green stuff! It's in a hospital...it can't be bad for you!


Viola Intonada - Mar 23, 2006 9:13 pm (#1053 of 2575)

Eww, I try to avoid anything green at St. Mungo's. *Shudders at the thought of Lime Jello*

It is getting too dangerous as a spectator here. I'm going to practice for the ice skating competition. *Goes to swimming pool, casts a spell to freeze the water*


dizzy lizzy - Mar 23, 2006 10:38 pm (#1054 of 2575)

I'm wet!!!! I'm wet!!!!!

*shakes herself dry**

Thanks guys...I think I'll try the ice skating now!


azi - Mar 23, 2006 10:46 pm (#1055 of 2575)

Mmmmm lime jello! Fine, I'll try it myself...


See, nothing bad happened to me...except I turned a light shade of green...

Ice skating!!! **does beautiful pirouette and uses those wire things to do a somersault in mid-air**


Tazzygirl - Mar 23, 2006 11:35 pm (#1056 of 2575)

I am off to practice ice skating too!

*changing into a really sparkly outfit, puts a tentative toe onto the ice and pushes off. I then do a Triple Axle.**

I'm so proud of myself! Too bad the real Olympics were awhile ago- I don't remember any of the technical terms they used... By the way- how come they had different names for spins that all looked the same? Triple Axle looked like a Triple Lutz (or whatever that term is!) to me!!


Liz Mann - Mar 24, 2006 12:17 am (#1057 of 2575)
Edited by Mar 23, 2006 4:17 pm

*gasp* Azi! You ate the Lime Jello! You do know that the Healers put our medication in that stuff, don't you?

*goes off to prepare for the ice skating*


pyrogrl - Mar 24, 2006 1:23 am (#1058 of 2575)

I think the Lime Hello tastes good.



...LIME HELLO?! Oh, dear!


Finn BV - Mar 24, 2006 1:54 am (#1059 of 2575)

**mumbles because he was swimming when the pool froze and is now trapped!!**

LOL Tazzy! They have different names depending on what you do with your feet.


Tazzygirl - Mar 24, 2006 3:48 am (#1060 of 2575)

Quick! Unfreeze the pool!

*lets out a shriek when the ice disappears** Brrrrr... It's COLD!!!

Aha! Thanks for filling me in there, Finn- but it all still looks the same to me! LOL


Viola Intonada - Mar 24, 2006 4:28 am (#1061 of 2575)

Don't feel bad Tazzy, I had to take skating lessons before I figured out the differences between all of the jumps.

*puts on charmed skates* And they brag about doing quads? Ha! Watch this......


Phelim Mcintyre - Mar 24, 2006 10:30 am (#1062 of 2575)

Ouch Viola, that looked painful. Especially as the pool hadn't been refrozen.

Finn, while you were down there did you find any ducks for use as broomstick biathlon targets?


Viola Intonada - Mar 24, 2006 3:37 pm (#1063 of 2575)

Oww! Yeah Phelim, I think I just landed on one....


Phelim Mcintyre - Mar 24, 2006 4:30 pm (#1064 of 2575)

And I thought it was only the healers who were quacks.


Good Evans - Mar 24, 2006 9:23 pm (#1065 of 2575)

*checks all are out and refreezes pool, stows away cowbells (these are for ski ing events only) and executes a camel on the ice - cleans up after camel and procedes to skate* (haha)


Tazzygirl - Mar 24, 2006 9:36 pm (#1066 of 2575)

Hahaha, Good Evans!

*Gets back onto the ice and does one of those really fast spins**

Woah! Dizzy! **promptly falls over**


Finn BV - Mar 25, 2006 1:41 am (#1067 of 2575)

Whoa, thanks everybody! Nope, sorry phelim, you'll have to look elsewhere.


Phelim Mcintyre - Mar 25, 2006 9:49 am (#1068 of 2575)

Did anyone see that amazing dance routine Fred Astair did with a hat stand? May be I should try one with a broomstick.


azi - Mar 25, 2006 2:33 pm (#1069 of 2575)

Mmm, medication! Can't cope without it! **chuckle**

Lime Hello...hehe

Oooo, let’s see that dance Phelim!


Good Evans - Mar 25, 2006 6:38 pm (#1070 of 2575)

picks myself up, dusts myself off and starts all over again......


spin spin spin spin, slip - collapses in giggles - is it medication time yet?


Phelim Mcintyre - Mar 25, 2006 7:32 pm (#1071 of 2575)

Here goes Azi, I'm sure I'll make a clean sweep of the medals. *Song by the Wyrd Sisters fills the air and - thonk* Does anyone know a good spell to treat a black eye?


azi - Mar 25, 2006 8:55 pm (#1072 of 2575)

Woohoo, go Phelim! That black eye was very stylishly done! **does lone mexican wave**

I want my medication too! Ooo, should we have a protest? **starts drawing banners demanding more medication**


Liz Mann - Mar 25, 2006 9:24 pm (#1073 of 2575)
Edited by Mar 25, 2006 1:26 pm

Why does everyone want their medication? It's supposed to make us sane! *gasp* Oh no! You know what this means? They've got to us! The Healers have actually managed to get us under their control! They're winning!


Viola Intonada - Mar 25, 2006 11:49 pm (#1074 of 2575)

Not me! I'm still as insane as I wish to be. I avoid taking that nasty medication as much as possible. Just to prove it, watch this. *Skates off to perform a quadruple Axel, Triple Loop combination*


Tazzygirl - Mar 26, 2006 1:05 am (#1075 of 2575)
Edited by Mar 25, 2006 5:06 pm

**sits back and watches Viola do a quadruple Axel, Triple Loop combination** Oh yeah? Well, I am insane enough to try a Triple Axel, Salchow, Lutz, Camel spin combination... **Does said combination and comes out with flying colors** I did it!!!

(I looked up the correct terms!!)

Ummmm... Not sure where you all are getting the medicine, because we had Gred and Forge come in a couple weeks ago to straighten everything out... The nurses (they had transformed into butterflies) have been locked up in a closet...


dizzy lizzy - Mar 26, 2006 2:44 am (#1076 of 2575)

Well unless the medicine has been in a nice smelly old bone...I've not been taking any either!!!

Uhmmm guys, how do I put 4 skates on my paws?? Or should I just skate using my claws??


Finn BV - Mar 26, 2006 5:08 pm (#1077 of 2575)

Don't use your claws, Lizzy, or we'll have to call in the zamboni. Here, I'll help you tie your skates.

**fails miserably at tying skates because he is just that bad at it**

Um, so, anybody know how to tie figure skates?


Liz Mann - Mar 26, 2006 8:00 pm (#1078 of 2575)

Just use your wand. The Healers aren't around to stop you.


Good Evans - Mar 28, 2006 9:15 am (#1079 of 2575)

As no medication is coming I shall continue with skating *twirls and mid air splits* ow! that was not a soft landing!!


Elfcat - Mar 28, 2006 5:38 pm (#1080 of 2575)

* a faint banging sound is heard from under the ice*

GUYS!!!! Let me out, my gillyweed is running out fast!


Liz Mann - Mar 28, 2006 8:00 pm (#1081 of 2575)

Yikes! Everyone off the ice so we can save Elfcat!


Tazzygirl - Mar 29, 2006 12:14 am (#1082 of 2575)

I'm off!!

*peering through the ice, I see Elfcat's face turning blue** ummmmm... We might want to hurry!!


Phelim Mcintyre - Mar 29, 2006 8:55 am (#1083 of 2575)

I thought Blue was Elfcat's usual colour!! (Sorry) I thought Good Evans had checked everyone was out.

Oh yes I've just discovered what I'm in for. I've done too many “what Harry Potter character are you?” tests and keep coming up as Dumbledore. Now has anyone seen my phoenix?


Good Evans - Mar 30, 2006 7:14 am (#1084 of 2575)

Ah well - I guess I am just too insane to count properly and missed Elfcat swimming around out there!!!

*glides quickly off ice to allow Elfcat to be released.**

Phelim - I think your phoenix is hiding behind your knee, oh wait no that would be your attempt to recreate Dumbledore’s London underground scar. Nice central line, and the colours are almost exact!


Elfcat - Mar 30, 2006 5:02 pm (#1085 of 2575)

If I had some more gillyweed or knew how to do a bubblehead charm I could invent a new olymipic sport: Under-Ice Skating. As it stands though, oxygen would be good about now.


Finn BV - Mar 30, 2006 6:48 pm (#1086 of 2575)

*gives Elfcat oxygen**

I suppose that Under-Ice Skating would require one to be upside down, so that they skate on the bottom surface of the ice? Or would there be another surface to skate on below? I'm up for it, so long as we can sneak an unlimited supply of Gillyweed from St. Mungo's!


azi - Apr 1, 2006 5:18 pm (#1087 of 2575)

Consider the Gillyweed sneaked! Leprechauns are useful for that sort of thing.


Liz Mann - Apr 1, 2006 10:52 pm (#1088 of 2575)
Edited by Apr 1, 2006 2:53 pm

Looking around at all the April Fools pranks today, I've realised just how many people should really be here in St Mungo's, not because they're HP crazy, but because they're just crazy.

I mean, honestly! LeakyMug! *snort* And some people are actually starting to believe it, I think.


Tazzygirl - Apr 3, 2006 7:51 am (#1089 of 2575)

I am up for a game of under water ice skating!


Tazzygirl - Apr 4, 2006 5:47 am (#1090 of 2575)

Uh-Oh. The main Forum is down, just like it was here a couple days ago... I think I need to move to the temporary ward of "Can't check my usual threads and am feeling incredibly deprived at the moment Ward"...


Phelim Mcintyre - Apr 4, 2006 9:33 am (#1091 of 2575)

May be there is some work being done. Like giving Umbridge a face lift! Trouble is it will take me days to work out what I've read and haven't. Ahhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh!!!!!!


azi - Apr 5, 2006 1:11 pm (#1092 of 2575)

Better not appear too distressed Tazzy - they'll up your medication!

I'm trudging to that ward also - see ya there! **trudges unhappily away**


Phelim Mcintyre - Apr 5, 2006 5:49 pm (#1093 of 2575)

Come back, come back. The main forum is back. Don't leave me. Please.


azi - Apr 5, 2006 6:47 pm (#1094 of 2575)

**Runs back** It's back, it's back! Party time anyone??? I'll provide the Cauldron Cakes!


Liz Mann - Apr 5, 2006 7:57 pm (#1095 of 2575)

I'll bring the butterbeer!


Finn BV - Apr 5, 2006 10:09 pm (#1096 of 2575)

PARTY!!! W0000000T!

I guess our Olympics have died down… I proclaim myself as the champion!! Just kidding. Dunno who won.


Tazzygirl - Apr 6, 2006 1:05 am (#1097 of 2575)

It's back!! Everythings back! I was getting so sad!!! I'll bring pumpkin pasties!!!

I think we were all winners in the Olympics- we all displayed immeasurable tricks and crashes... hehehehe!!


Phelim Mcintyre - Apr 6, 2006 8:02 am (#1098 of 2575)

Tazzygirl, I agree that the crashes were all superb. My bruises were even gold.


Liz Mann - Apr 6, 2006 11:02 am (#1099 of 2575)

Now that the Olympics are over it's time for the contest to see who has the most spectacular bruises.


Phelim Mcintyre - Apr 6, 2006 11:31 am (#1100 of 2575)

Not before a quick game of bedpan quidditch!
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Post  Lady Arabella on Mon May 06, 2013 7:56 pm


Good Evans - Apr 6, 2006 7:55 pm (#1101 of 2575)

I need a lie down - no lexicon for a few days and I couldn't get here from the main forum page - ***bangs head with bedpan slides on to bed and snoozes dreaming happily of St Mungo's***


Elfcat - Apr 7, 2006 3:24 pm (#1102 of 2575)

Lovely. I finally managed to break through, but guess what happens when you're all wet and you stand on ice? You stick. Of course, you can take your shoes off, but then your socks freeze, then you take them off, and your feet freeze...and everybody flocks to a ward on the other side of the hospital so they can't here you screaming. HEY!!!! YOU FORGOT ME!!! *sighs* Wish I had some cards or something...


Phelim Mcintyre - Apr 7, 2006 5:26 pm (#1103 of 2575)

Elfcat, I'll come and rescue you, or at least play exploding snap. I didn'r run off to another ward while the Forum was down. Sorry I didn't hear you scream but this Wyrd Sisters track is cool (sorry not a good choice of words so let's try hip).


azi - Apr 7, 2006 6:36 pm (#1104 of 2575)

Oooo, would exploding snap help melt the ice? Interesting theory...

I forgot what we were doing. Has Lockhart been allowed a wand again? Tsk...**mutters about the inept healers that live in this place**

Weird Sisters music? What happened to the big cheeeeese that is Celestina Warbeck? Tacky, but cheerful, cliche, but fun...she's got it all! Then again...so has Tom Jones! **skips around singing Delilah** (Hmm, fanfictions influence me waaay too much!)


Winky Woo - Apr 7, 2006 8:15 pm (#1105 of 2575)

Hello? I just saw the light on and wondered if any one was home.... this seems like a friendly place....may be I'll just pull up a chair for a quick snooze....


Tazzygirl - Apr 7, 2006 9:43 pm (#1106 of 2575)
Edited by Apr 7, 2006 9:47 pm

Welcome, Winky Woo! Make sure and stay away from the green jello, or rather, anything green. And if Professor Lockhardt comes towards you, turn and go the opposite direction immediately (He's trying to 'cure' us.)

Enjoy your stay!!


Phelim Mcintyre - Apr 8, 2006 7:53 am (#1107 of 2575)

Tazzygirl - is that kill or cure?


Good Evans - Apr 8, 2006 5:26 pm (#1108 of 2575)

**wakes up from slumber, toddles over to Winky Woo and pats her on the head, picks up broom and looks for phelim and the bedpan quidditch** count me in, bagsy not get hit by the full bedpan bludger !!!!!


Tazzygirl - Apr 8, 2006 7:43 pm (#1109 of 2575)

Phelim, to Lockhardt he is trying to cure us. To us, I think it is quite the opposite!


azi - Apr 8, 2006 8:41 pm (#1110 of 2575)

Woohoo, hello Winky! Welcome to St Mungo's!!!


Ooops, random outburst. Bedpan quidditch is fun! Hehehehehehehehehehehehehe...flyfly...DDDDDDDIIIIIIVVVVVVVVEEEEEEEEEE!


Tazzygirl - Apr 9, 2006 10:18 am (#1111 of 2575)
Edited by Apr 9, 2006 10:19 am

**Grabs bedpan and zooms faster and faster around St. Mungo's**

Whoo-hoo!! This is fun!!! Uh-oh. Look out!! **crashes into Azi** Ow. That really hurt.

EDIT: COOL!!! I got post 1111!!!


Finn BV - Apr 9, 2006 2:50 pm (#1112 of 2575)


**crashes into something or somebody that's already crashed**

Um, uh, so, make sure that you're REALLLLLLLY trained at bedpan quidditch before you attempt it…


azi - Apr 9, 2006 7:22 pm (#1113 of 2575)

Ouchies! **untangles self from now knotted bedpan** That was some cool crash Tazzy!

Argh, here comes Finn! *ducks* Phew...that was close!

Anyone got a spare bedpan?


Tazzygirl - Apr 9, 2006 9:39 pm (#1114 of 2575)

**Gets up and walks around crookedly for a minute** Awesome crash! Did anyone get a picture of it?

What? Finn's co- AHHHHHHHHH! Ouch. again. That's gonna leave a mark. **peels self up from the ground, loses balance and falls over again.** You OK, Finn?

*After sitting for 10 minutes, jumps back on bedpan, and as it sputters a little bit, does a couple of loop-de-loops...**


Viola Intonada - Apr 10, 2006 12:52 am (#1115 of 2575)

After the St. Mungo's Olympics and all of this crashing, I'm going to enjoy some nice quiet time next to the pool. I'm going to enjoy the warm sunshine on my face, sip some lemonade and just relax.


Phelim Mcintyre - Apr 10, 2006 9:01 am (#1116 of 2575)

Forget bedpan quidditch, I'm off to the Wombat Sceen – it won't accept my student code ward for a hot chocolate and a bar of honeydukes. This ward isn't always called by this name, it changes name as appropriate for what we need Harry Potter based tlc for. It is, of course, my second favourite ward after this one. Especially as it has a stock of nice big teddy bears to cuddle up to when you want to cry. (Sniff) See you later. (Toddles of trying hard not to cry in public)


Viola Intonada - Apr 11, 2006 5:25 pm (#1117 of 2575)

Oh, poor Phelim. I had problems with mine. It took me awhile to figure out that mine started with a lowercase "L". I tried 1 and Uppercase "i". Don't give up hope, you might get it yet. Persistence pays. If at first you don't succeed, try, try again. And whatever other addage anyone else has ever said.


Phelim Mcintyre - Apr 11, 2006 6:39 pm (#1118 of 2575)

*Distant voice from ward* Tried all those tips and it didn't work. And yes the Honeydukes is lovely.


azi - Apr 11, 2006 8:21 pm (#1119 of 2575)
Edited by Apr 11, 2006 8:21 pm


I'm sure that isn't right...


pyrogrl - Apr 12, 2006 12:04 am (#1120 of 2575)

*does a random hip hop dance to polka music**

Anyways. So after four driving lessons I've decided I like flying bedpans more. They're quite different. *angered*


Tazzygirl - Apr 12, 2006 3:40 am (#1121 of 2575)

I take it the driving lessons aren't as easy as they look, Pyro? You should have seen me try and park in a parking stall for the first time!

*Flies up high into the air, then nose dives into the pool.** I think it is time for a swim... Anyone seen my inflatable kangaroo? Oh. Never mind. Lizzy tore it up a while ago...


dizzy lizzy - Apr 12, 2006 3:49 am (#1122 of 2575)

What did someone say my name???

*Lizzy wakes up after a very long nap***


azi - Apr 12, 2006 7:10 pm (#1123 of 2575)

Woohoo, I got my new bedpan! It's a top of the range, two seater, non-bendable 'Lightening Whizz'! **flies round to show off**

Cost an arm and a leg, not sure whose...


Finn BV - Apr 13, 2006 1:47 am (#1124 of 2575)

Ouch azi, no wonder the dude sitting next to me hasn't moved for days!


azi - Apr 13, 2006 2:51 pm (#1125 of 2575)


At least it wasn't one of you guys!


Elfcat - Apr 13, 2006 4:14 pm (#1126 of 2575)

Welcome, Winky Woo! Pyro, don't give up on the driving lessons! Mine tanked too, but I lived! And what is this Wombat thing everybody suddenly seems to be talking about?

*Builds really awesome card house from exploding snap cards* *it blows up and melts a hole in the ice* One step forward, two steps back. Now I'm in the water again.


Liz Mann - Apr 13, 2006 7:04 pm (#1127 of 2575)
Edited by Apr 13, 2006 7:05 pm

You're not being serious about now knowing about the Wombats, are you, Elfcat?

Well, in case you are, J.K. put a really challenging 'test' on her website. We had to answer questions like 'which of these Ministry departments would you need if such and such happened?' and 'which of these animals would YOU take with you on a long journey?' and 'which of these animals is not classified by the Ministry as a pest?' (that one was really hard - I thought they were all pests). Don't worry, though, it was only the grade 1 test. They'll be more by the sound of it, getting harder and harder.

(I got an E by the way. *smug*)


azi - Apr 13, 2006 7:14 pm (#1128 of 2575)

Ooo, I want to build card towers too! **joins elfcat**

Anyone else suspect that these 'WOMBATS' are part of our rehabilitation tests?


Viola Intonada - Apr 14, 2006 2:09 am (#1129 of 2575)

No, they can't be! I think they are designed to keep us in here as obsessed HP addicts.

Lying here by the pool, I sure do miss our inflatable yellow submarine. Alas, it was destroyed a couple of years ago. I wonder if there might be a replacement in one of the closets. *Wanders off to check all of the closets.*


Phelim Mcintyre - Apr 14, 2006 11:09 am (#1130 of 2575)

Viola don't go near the closets. I'm sure one is a vanishing cabinet. Viola, Viola? Where has she gone? Oh yes, I've given up trying to get my Wombat result. I've tried every possible combination and am still being rejected. And I can't find where I put the code. Oh well. Anyone for Swivenhodge?


Good Evans - Apr 14, 2006 11:17 am (#1131 of 2575)

count me in Phelim - whatever Swivenhodge is!!!!

I'm going to lay a trail of invisible easter eggs (find by taste and small only!!) for the big hunt first though on Sunday. One in a bedpan, one under a mattress, oh this is fun ** toddles off with eggs and starts looking for places to hide them**


azi - Apr 14, 2006 3:49 pm (#1132 of 2575)

Swivenhodge is a bit like tennis, but with a pigs bladder and you use your brooms to hit it towards the opponent!

Ooo, count me in on the Easter egg hunting!


Tazzygirl - Apr 14, 2006 8:42 pm (#1133 of 2575)

Swivenhodge sounds... interesting. Count me in. and for the Easter egg hunt! I love Easter Egg hunts!!

*Swims slow laps in the swimming pool* This is so relaxing!


Phelim Mcintyre - Apr 15, 2006 8:17 am (#1134 of 2575)

Good Evans - small only, or is that smell only?


Viola Intonada - Apr 16, 2006 10:12 pm (#1135 of 2575)

Hey! I'm back, guess where that vanishing closet sent me? Honeydukes!! *Drops arm full of candy on a table* We can munch on these after the Easter Egg hunt.

*Goes off the join egg hunt. Hears a big crunch* Oops, I think I found one. *blushes with embarassment* I didn't have any chocolate in it, so I didn't smell it in time. *goes off to look for more, stepping more carefully this time.*


Tazzygirl - Apr 17, 2006 12:24 am (#1136 of 2575)

I found three eggs so far!!


Emily - Apr 17, 2006 2:00 am (#1137 of 2575)
Edited by Apr 17, 2006 2:00 am

Hello!!!!!!!!! to Pyro, and of course all the rest of St. Mungo's! And a belated welcome to . . . wait, I'll get this right . . . Winky Woo . . . I hope. Well, anyway, I just caught up on all of the FFF, haven't looked at the regular Forum yet, and am thinking I should probably take a break.

Sooooo . . . I hope you all have had a lovely Easter/April 16 as the case may be, and that you haven't missed me too much. I am amazed that the Olympics lasted over a month, there's sports for ya.

Despite the fact that you don't care, I've had a lovely ( Part C - St. Mungo's Lexicon Hospital for the Incurably Insane (May, 2005 to March, 2011) 1242194059 ) 46 days of chocolate and internet deprivation (I hope that's a word) and learning to drive, along with ignoring an essay that's due in three days and which I haven't started. Yeah, I guess that sums it up.

Anywho . . . glad to be back. Oh, and are there going to be more WOMBATS? I couldn't find much information but I completely missed that. I hope I don't need the first to take the second, if there is one . . .


Finn BV - Apr 17, 2006 2:59 am (#1138 of 2575)

You don't need to take the first for the second, Emily! And welcome back!! Some beds were looking awfully empty...

Tazzy's pink color tag has run amok!! Ahhhhhhhhhhh!


Good Evans - Apr 17, 2006 3:04 pm (#1139 of 2575)

still laying eggs (yes by smell !!! Phelim) trail as hasn't noticed that Easter Sunday was yesterday!!!

OOOHHHH just found an egg in my shoe, all squidgy now - but still delicious, maybe I'll save it for Lockhart

toddles off with a slight limp!


Viola Intonada - Apr 18, 2006 2:25 am (#1140 of 2575)

Welcome back, Emily! Wahoo! I have found a dozen eggs.

*bounces around the room, obviously on a chocolate/sugar high*


Finn BV - Apr 18, 2006 3:15 am (#1141 of 2575)

Ooh, gotta get more of those legs.

Wait a sec, we *are* looking for legs, right?


dizzy lizzy - Apr 18, 2006 7:58 am (#1142 of 2575)

Whaaaahhhh - there's no chocolate- free doggy eggs **cries**


Phelim Mcintyre - Apr 18, 2006 8:50 am (#1143 of 2575)

No, but here is a doggy choc Easter Bunny for you to chase.


dizzy lizzy - Apr 18, 2006 10:40 am (#1144 of 2575)


* *chases bunny**


azi - Apr 18, 2006 4:59 pm (#1145 of 2575)

Yummy yummy yummy chocolate!!!

Methinks I ate too much...hehe, energy! **dances manically round St Mungo's!**


Emily - Apr 18, 2006 5:23 pm (#1146 of 2575)

Too much chocolate? Impossible. Although I haven't gone to sleep earlier than midnight the past two nights thanks to a sugar high . . .


Viola Intonada - Apr 18, 2006 10:32 pm (#1147 of 2575)

Having problems sleeping? That means you haven't eaten enough chocolate to totally overload your system and automatically put you to sleep.


azi - Apr 18, 2006 10:37 pm (#1148 of 2575)

I agree, more chocolate over here!

Oooo, here comes a muggle truckfull of sweeties and choccies! WOOHOO!


Tazzygirl - Apr 19, 2006 12:02 am (#1149 of 2575)
Edited by Apr 19, 2006 4:31 am

**Crouches down on the side of the road, patiently waiting for the muggle...**

Yippee! I am going to get a huge chocolate egg!!

Anyone want to confund our muggle friend, so he doesn't remember anything?


Finn BV - Apr 19, 2006 1:37 am (#1150 of 2575)

Here he comes!!


All the chocolate for ME!!!!!!!! YES!!!!!!

P.S. - Legs taste really bad. Don't look for them.
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Viola Intonada - Apr 19, 2006 1:46 am (#1151 of 2575)
Edited by Apr 19, 2006 1:47 am

*Hides in closet with a box full of Honeyduke's chocolate*

They must not get my prreeccciiioouusss chocolate. Yes, my precious. Must not take my precious. Gollum, gollum.


Emily - Apr 19, 2006 1:52 am (#1152 of 2575)

I agree totally, Viola. Although the Precioussss thing is a bit creepy . . . Nothing some more chocolate won't cure, I'm sure.


azi - Apr 19, 2006 9:00 pm (#1153 of 2575)
Edited by Apr 19, 2006 9:00 pm

Chocolate cures all evils!

**munches much chocolate**


Tazzygirl - Apr 19, 2006 11:11 pm (#1154 of 2575)

**sneaks up behind Finn and takes the giant chocolate egg**

Thank you!

* *Runs off**

You wanna know what's really weird? I have yet to have peeps, chocolate eggs, an easter egg, or any other form of chocolate or candy for Easter. I think I'm going to go to the store and buy whats left of the half price stuff...


Finn BV - Apr 19, 2006 11:35 pm (#1155 of 2575)

Tazzy, you stole the chocolate leg? You amputater, you!


Viola Intonada - Apr 20, 2006 1:15 am (#1156 of 2575)

If chocolate cures all evils, then I must be one of the most angelic people around.


azi - Apr 20, 2006 1:45 pm (#1157 of 2575)
Edited by Apr 20, 2006 1:48 pm

Why not!

**feels sick due to over-consummtion of chocolate eggs in too short a time span**

Ooo, candy, that'll make things better!


Tazzygirl - Apr 20, 2006 10:13 pm (#1158 of 2575)

I find chocolate amputated legs very tasty, thank you very much! I need to find Rinky again. I haven't fed him in a looooooong time.

**Calls out: OHHHHHH RINKY!!!!! Come here!! I got a nice chocolate leg for you!!!**


dizzy lizzy - Apr 21, 2006 12:15 am (#1159 of 2575)
Edited by Apr 21, 2006 12:15 am

**still chasing dog friendly chocolate easter bunny...**


Finn BV - Apr 21, 2006 1:28 am (#1160 of 2575)


Gosh, you pulled his name out of a hat!

Or did you pull him out of a hat? (he's a bunny)

Lame joke, I know…


Tazzygirl - Apr 21, 2006 2:01 am (#1161 of 2575)

**crickets playing loudly in the background after Finn's joke**

There you are, Rinky! Sorry I've been so neglecting lately. Here you go, a nice chunk of leg chocolate!


Emily - Apr 21, 2006 2:02 am (#1162 of 2575)

Rinky, the amputated-chocolate-leg-eating bunny rabbit. Easter shall never be the same.


Tazzygirl - Apr 21, 2006 3:13 am (#1163 of 2575)
Edited by Apr 21, 2006 3:13 am

I've always had this thing with really interesting animals... and I have Finn to thank for such a one-of-a-kind bunny rabbit! hehehehe!


Elfcat - Apr 21, 2006 5:23 pm (#1164 of 2575)
Edited by Apr 21, 2006 5:24 pm

What Psychotic people I know. *eats chocolate* *quickly becomes just as psychotic and starts throwing soggy exploding snap cards at people*

As a matter of fact Liz, I was deadly serious about not knowing what the WOMBATS were. Next question: how do I take the test, or is it too late?


azi - Apr 21, 2006 5:31 pm (#1165 of 2575)
Edited by Apr 21, 2006 5:31 pm

Argh, ambush, ambush!!! I lost my Cadbury's Creme Egg! There it was, happily being eaten, when a soggy exploding snap card came zooming out of nowhere and stole it into the pond! I feel so lost...

**picks up next egg**


Tazzygirl - Apr 21, 2006 6:06 pm (#1166 of 2575)

Elfcat, you are too late to take the WOMBAT. Sorry. But, we are all thinking that WOMBAT level 2 will be given soon, and all are assuming if you got a Troll on the level 1 or missed it all together, you will be able to take the 2 level... So next time!

**Feeds Rinky another piece of chocolate, and taking a bite myself**


dizzy lizzy - Apr 22, 2006 1:03 am (#1167 of 2575)

Well! Now that I've finished eating my dog friendly chocolate bunny I'm ready to party...


Emily - Apr 22, 2006 2:09 am (#1168 of 2575)

Party? Party!!!! More yummy food!


azi - Apr 22, 2006 11:22 am (#1169 of 2575)

Oh, yes it's definitely time to party!


**does the Time Warp** (it's a tacky cheesy music party...apparently)


Phelim Mcintyre - Apr 22, 2006 1:16 pm (#1170 of 2575)

Time Warp - isn't that something to do with a malfunctioning time turner?

Has anyone got a super delux bar of Honeydukes Nut Free Chocolate available. I've just heard the company I work for is going to shut all the bookshops in the next six months, making all staff redundant. (Who needs dementors when you've got accountants!)


azi - Apr 22, 2006 1:20 pm (#1171 of 2575)

Here, Phelim, have mine! **throws chocolate bar** I've probably had enough anyway! If you want *hugs* about the closing bookshops then they are available too!


Finn BV - Apr 22, 2006 3:03 pm (#1172 of 2575)

I think azi thinks it's time to party because she can post on Five Words again!!


Viola Intonada - Apr 22, 2006 5:38 pm (#1173 of 2575)

Here Phelim, I have some extra chocolate for you also. I thought Dementors and Accountants were the same thing.


azi - Apr 22, 2006 5:44 pm (#1174 of 2575)

Well, I have been in withdrawl, Finn...


Phelim Mcintyre - Apr 22, 2006 6:04 pm (#1175 of 2575)

Thanks for the chocolate. Viola - this was an accountant running the bookshops from head office. You wouldn't put a bookseller in charge of accounts would you? So may be the accountants at head office and dementors of Azkaban are the same thing after all.


Gina R Snape - Apr 22, 2006 11:02 pm (#1176 of 2575)

Phelim, I have some extra chocolate if you want it. I bought it at a discount, so the nuts were "free."


Tazzygirl - Apr 23, 2006 2:26 am (#1177 of 2575)

I brought a birthday cake for Azi!! Even though it is a little late... It's chocolate, with chocolate icing and chocolate sprinkles. Don't worry, Lizzy, I brought a special dog friendly chocolate cake for you!

I also brought a couple gallons of milk, because all this chocolate being consumed needs milk...


dizzy lizzy - Apr 23, 2006 2:32 am (#1178 of 2575)

Thanks Tazzy!!!



Good Evans - Apr 23, 2006 2:06 pm (#1179 of 2575)

*blowing up balloons and blowing no popping bubbles over the rest of the ward from the corner and humming peacefully to self.*

Pass the cake please folks - oohh milk! Lovely, can we bathe in the leftovers please Tazzy - milk is so good for the skin!


pyrogrl - Apr 23, 2006 5:39 pm (#1180 of 2575)
Edited by Apr 23, 2006 5:39 pm

Ahh, the Time Warp...

Not just messing with time, but your HEAD. *dundundun*


Finn BV - Apr 23, 2006 6:20 pm (#1181 of 2575)

ROFL Pyro! That was hilarious! I think I belong in a mental institution!


Tazzygirl - Apr 23, 2006 8:05 pm (#1182 of 2575)

Sure, Good Evans! I have a cow stashed behind a tree, just in case we run out of milk.

Love the dance instuctions, Pyro!!


azi - Apr 23, 2006 8:34 pm (#1183 of 2575)

Thanks Tazzy! Mmmm, cake! Mmmm, milk. Hope it's full fat!

Wow, great smiley thing, Pyro! Oooo, I have the song on my computer...**goes to dance to Time Warp*


Liz Mann - Apr 23, 2006 10:44 pm (#1184 of 2575)

Er, Finn... you are in a mental institution.


Finn BV - Apr 24, 2006 1:17 am (#1185 of 2575)



Whoaaaaaa… You'd never think such a thing… I mean, I heard those places serve really bad green jello, but this here stuff looks good……

*snaps back to self*

Ahhhh!!! GREEN JELLO!! Who put it here?? it was one of YOU……


Emily - Apr 24, 2006 2:00 am (#1186 of 2575)

Ooops . . . sorry Finn. A healer tried to give it to me, I just wanted to get rid of it. Must have accidentally put it down near you. You didn't eat any, I hope? If so, I hear the effects can be offset by consuming large quantities of dark chocolate and fresh milk.


Gina R Snape - Apr 24, 2006 3:38 am (#1187 of 2575)

Are they really still trying to serve green jello at St. Mungo's?

Good to know. . .

What about calamari night?


Tazzygirl - Apr 24, 2006 4:54 am (#1188 of 2575)

I'm up for a calamari night!! (Just make sure the squid comes from some place other than Hogwarts!!)


Phelim Mcintyre - Apr 24, 2006 8:28 am (#1189 of 2575)

Yes I think a certain headmaster would have something to say about that!!


Liz Mann - Apr 24, 2006 9:30 pm (#1190 of 2575)

I thought the residents of this hospital were supposed to be strictly against calamari, wherever it came from, out of love for Dumbledore?


Tazzygirl - Apr 24, 2006 10:40 pm (#1191 of 2575)

oops. I forgot... Ok! I'll pass on Calamari night!


Elfcat - Apr 25, 2006 4:19 pm (#1192 of 2575)

GINA!!!!! I haven't seen you forever! Of course, that may have more to do with the number of threads I check than anything you've done...

Blast my luck, trust me to miss something as cool as the WOMBATs. *continues to trow cards for lack of a better idea*


azi - Apr 25, 2006 4:22 pm (#1193 of 2575)
Edited by Apr 25, 2006 4:23 pm

Ouch, a card hit me on the head, after magically expanding to the size and weight of a large frying pan!

**goes back to revision**


Liz Mann - Apr 25, 2006 11:45 pm (#1194 of 2575)
Edited by Apr 25, 2006 11:45 pm

Don't worry, Elfcat, there'll be more WOMBATS.


Gina R Snape - Apr 26, 2006 3:41 pm (#1195 of 2575)

Hey, elfact. I've been around, just not much. Someone left a secret door open behind the statue of St. Hugh Mungo and I escaped here for awhile. It's down a secret passageway, so I may sneak out again if they don't catch me.


Finn BV - Apr 26, 2006 8:27 pm (#1196 of 2575)

**snort** Hugh Mungo…


Phelim Mcintyre - Apr 27, 2006 12:47 pm (#1197 of 2575)

Gina - but you missed the St Mungo Olympics. How could you? Yes we had a few mishaps and Lockhart got out of order but it was great fun. I do hope the avatar isn't a self-portrait. The real thing is much nicer (I have to say that or she'll set Snape on me.)


Gina R Snape - Apr 29, 2006 3:59 am (#1198 of 2575)

I'm not much for sport, Phelim. So I'm not sure "missed" is the right word. Then again, knowing this place I'm certain it was quite entertaining!

And thanks for the compliment. My avatar was drawn for me and I quite like it. She's doing a family portrait of Severus and me next.

btw, have you read Jonathan Strange and Mr. Morrell? I received the book as a gift and heard it was good. But I'm wondering whether to make it a reading priority over some other things I have, or not.


Phelim Mcintyre - Apr 29, 2006 8:19 am (#1199 of 2575)

Gina - read through the previous posts to see how much fun you missed. Ski jumping over (or into) the womping willow. Bedpan luge. Broomstick biathlon. All by the light of the green flamed torch set upon the pillar of storge. Which reminds me did we actually extinguish the St Mungo's Olympic Flame or return to the Pyramid of Fermat? Or is that burning I can smell?

As to Jonathan Strange and Mr Morrell. I tried it but couldn't get into it. But do give it a go.


Viola Intonada - Apr 30, 2006 5:06 pm (#1200 of 2575)
Edited by Apr 30, 2006 5:08 pm

Oops! We never did have our closing ceremonies either, did we?

Quick, everyone! Face the torch and blow really, really hard.

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