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Just A Bit of Fun  by Budgielover 8 Review(s)
IshaReviewed Chapter: 1 on 10/2/2006

I really have fallen in love with your Merry and Pippin.

But the best bit (for me, atleast) was the idea of a young Estel shooting down the banister and slamming into someone...and then years later, Aragorn losing his 'holier-than-thou' position among Merry and Pip because of it!

Also, poor Aragorn, always having to reprimand those two... *giggles*

Great stuff, as always. Thanks for sharing! =)

Queen GaladrielReviewed Chapter: 1 on 11/12/2005
*suppresses a giggle* Poor, poor Frodo, forever having to look out for those mischievous, impish, wonderful, endearing cousins of his! After "Recovery in Rivendell" (which I'm thinking of reading again, just for fun) and a couple of these supplemental short stories, I'm thoroughly convinced that I shall never cease to be amazed! This is really rich! God bless,

Bluegrass ElfReviewed Chapter: 1 on 5/13/2004
That was great! I needed a laugh! Who was it exactly that Aragorn bumped into when he was a kid?

daw the minstrelReviewed Chapter: 1 on 5/13/2004
This made me laugh! Actually it reminded me of one of those computer adventure games where you have to get a key, but in order to get the key, you have to get a rake, and in order to get the rake, you have to figure out how to turn the water wheel, etc.

And I want to know who Aragorn slid into!

NilmandraReviewed Chapter: 1 on 5/13/2004
I read most of this when I posted it (sorry about ornery servers) and laughed msyelf silly! I plan on writing HLIII in my series in Imladris, when Esetel is about 10, and I have some mischief planned for him during the time Bilbo and the dwarves come through, but I could just see him sliding down a banister! I will ask your permission to use the idea if it works!

BodkinReviewed Chapter: 1 on 5/13/2004
Just a bit of fun for the reader, too. Loved it.

LKKReviewed Chapter: 1 on 5/13/2004
Thank goodness no one else was home when I read this. I would have had a hard time explaining all the snorts, guffaws, chuckles, snickers, and laughter that emminated from behind my computer monitor. How do you manage to come up with such convoluted Rube Goldberg-like plans for the hobbits to engage in? You must have been quite the devious, inventive child when you were younger. Another wonderful little Bit of Fun. This one's going on my Favorites List. :)

fliewatuetReviewed Chapter: 1 on 5/13/2004
That was really wonderful! My favourite part was when Merry and Pippin had Aragorn cornered, and he could prevent being forced to reveal his own experiences with that particular banister only by sheer display of authority. I was amazed, though, in the end, at what Merry and Pippin had managed to accomplished: a weeded kitchen-garden, a hobbit-style meal for Frodo, Aragorn's knife repaired, Arwen's athelas supplies replenished, reconciled their good relations with the head-cook and with Gimli, and Sam has gotten hold of Bilbo's famous recipy. That's quite a list! Though I don't envy them now as they are forced to face Frodo's wrath (I bet he does blame them for Elrond's tonic as well:)).

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