|Reviews for One on One with Death|
| CyanideMangoOfMassDestruction 6/6/11 . chapter 4
Hmm...maybe not the best ending...but this story is still amazing! I LOVE the 'white guy happy dance.'
| CyanideMangoOfMassDestruction 6/6/11 . chapter 3
Haha, Candy Land...I hate that game! But I love the part about mastering the children's chess level. That was funny.
Again, I love all the little details. They're amazing. And I also love the length of your chapters; it really annoys me when people have 10,000 word chapters. I can't sit through that much!
| CyanideMangoOfMassDestruction 6/6/11 . chapter 2
I like that..."he painted Death with a foul-smelling mural". I really like how he's trying to avoid killing himself. Although, why IS he supposed to die?
But really good chapter. Can't wait to read next one...
| CyanideMangoOfMassDestruction 6/6/11 . chapter 1
Ooooh, this is really cool so far...really funny, too. I love all the little details, like the Girl Scout and Regis Philbin.
Also, your grammar is PERFECT. That's always good.
| E. M. Jenkinson 4/21/11 . chapter 4
Haha, again, great piece for humor. Keep up the work!
| E. M. Jenkinson 4/21/11 . chapter 3
Well, Candy Land would certainly stall the process. I've sat there and played one game for hours. That's definitely not the challenge I envisioned. I'd probably challenge Death to a game of LIFE, just for the sheer irony of it.
| E. M. Jenkinson 4/21/11 . chapter 2
Again, light-hearted and chuckle-inducing. I'm a huge fan of shows like Dead Like Me, Drop Dead Diva, Pushing Daisies, etc. And that's the sort of feel I get from this. I imagine that could be a portion of why I'm enjoying it so much.
Once more, I am entertained.
| E. M. Jenkinson 4/21/11 . chapter 1
Ahh, I must admit that it's a bit early in the morning for me to fall into a fit of laughter. So far, so great! Onward to Chapter 2!
| ChrisDrewRocksMyWorld124 4/18/11 . chapter 4
I bet Death just wished he could kill himself, instead of playing a 3 year old game with Steve the Slob...too bad he can't. Anyways love the story and it's awesomeness. This should totally have more reviews.
| TesubCalle 4/3/11 . chapter 4
Now I actually feel sorry for Death. I guess I hadn't considered the kind of torment it would be to play a child's game with 30-something slob like Steve.
Well done, slave. I totally enjoyed reading.
| TesubCalle 4/3/11 . chapter 3
Teehee... Of all the absurd games. I totally burst out laughing at that one.
Poor Steve. I almost pity the fool. At least it isn't a game of skill, unless you call spinning an arrow and moving a game piece 'skill'. (Why does he even *have* that game?)
| TesubCalle 4/3/11 . chapter 2
Heh... methinks Death was almost hoping to be challenged! More fun that way.
Alright, more genius with the multi-coloured mural of regurgitated dinner. As gross as describing someone losing his dinner (and reading about it, too) might be, your way makes it almost a pleasure.
I'm thinking the concentration of bacteria in Steve's place ought to be enough to kill him... what a slob!
More Death vs. Steve as I read on...
| TesubCalle 4/3/11 . chapter 1
This intro chapter is just too blasted hilarious! Yes, I can see clearly why this had to be a humorous piece.
Some of your best lines include the one about Steve's meal threatening to re-enter the world via the wrong orifice. That's genius. Of course, it's also a riot to see Steve's perverted desires turned against him when Death becomes Regis.
On to chapter 2!
| elena46 4/3/11 . chapter 1
Hahaha that's very interesting. I like your sentence about the TV dinner coming back up :) I think it would be interesting if Death took the form of Steve, but that's just my opinion. Good job!