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AN: Special fangz (get it, coz Im goffik) 2 my gf (ew not in that way) raven, bloodytearz666 4 helpin me wif da story and spelling. U rok! Justin ur da luv of my deprzzing life u rok 2! MCR ROX!


Hi my name is Ebony Dark’ness Dementia Raven Way

Yen-sama: ROFL

Yen-sama: She gave herself the same last name of that lead singer from My Gay Romance--- I mean, chemical..

Margi-sama: No, My Gay Romance was right.

Yen-sama: Oh, Okay.

Yen-sama: What's up with that long ass name

Margi-sama: Dunno

Margi-sama: Sounds like so 

mething from a really, really, really bad episode of Buffy

Yen-sama: Darkness is an adjective, not a name...

Yen-sama: Or is it a noun? I forgot.

Margi-sama: Noun. Yay school

Yen-sama: Yay!

and I have long ebony black hair (that’s how I got my name)

Yen-sama: If I recall, Babies are bald.

Margi-sama: What kind of parent names their child after their hair colour?

Margi-sama: I'm glad my parents had enough sense not to name me Blondie

Yen-sama: Like the Band?

Yen-sama: Lol

Margi-sama: Si


 with purple streaks and red tips that reaches my mid-back and icy blue eyes like limpid tears and a lot of people tell me I look like Amy Lee (AN: if u don’t know who she is get da hell out of here!).

Yen-sama: Congradulations: You described the obsessive Hot Topic shopper.

Margi-sama: What is it with people and Amy Lee? Seriously. I'm a goth too, but I hate the bitch. Also, any sentence that starts with "a lot of people tell me" and ends with a compliment is another way of saying "Yes, I'm an attention whore and a narcissistic bitch, but maybe saying that other people think I'm hot will make me seem a bit more modest, hehe."

Yen-sama: Plus, I hate it when people give bands certain labels. And I hate it when people are judged by what music they listen to. MALICE MIZER FOR LIFE! LOLOLOLOL

Margi-sama: Malice Mizer is the shizznit.

I’m not related to Gerard Way but I wish I was because he’s a major fucking hottie.

Yen-sama: She just had to say that, didn't she.

Margi-sama: She's only claiming she's not related to him so that she can say he's hot and not be incestuous.

Yen-sama: Oh, I see. Like what people from Alabama say about their cousins.

Margi-sama: Ebony's probably from Alabama too, considering she looks and acts like she lives in a trailer. Underneath those fishnets is a Lynyrd Skynyrd tattoo.

Yen-sama: That, and the fact she wants to be related to someone she considers, erm, "hot."

Margi-sama: Also the fact that she shops at Hot Topic, the one place no true goth would dare tread. But she lives in England, do they even have Hot Topics there? I don't think they do. Therefore she MUST be from Alabama.

Yen-sama: Why do human beings label theirselves as "true" and do "specific" things anyway? I mean, I don't care where I get my clothes from, how people dress, etc. What the hell. I think this chick is shallow.

Margi-sama: I may be a goth but I'll be damned if I'm going to go out of my way to look stereotypically gothic. Half the time I'm just wearing normal clothes anyway. Hot Topic goths are posers. Especially ones who fawn over Gerard Way.

Yen-sama: My Gay Romance? Definately.

I’m a vampire but my teeth are straight and white.

Margi-sama: I don't see what that has to do with being a vampire anyway. Vampires already have straight white teeth, because fangs are considered teeth. She could have just said "but I don't have fangs", but then, that wouldn't make her a vampire...Also, she can't be a vampire anyway and go to Hogwarts. Classes take place during the day. She'd die.

Yen-sama: Did you ever read Bunnicula?

Margi-sama: Nein. Wth?

Yen-sama: It's a 2nd-grade level story about a vampire bunny that drains the life from vegetables. It's not the greatest story in the world, but it makes more sense than this crap we're reading.

Margi-sama: I think this story is very similiar, then. After all, this story is bad enough to probably cause brain damage, making me a vegetable, and trying to figure out what the hell the author is talking about half the time is draining the life out of me.

Yen-sama: No. Bunnicula was a good story for a 2nd-grade reading level.

Margi-sama: This story looks like it was written by someone with a 2nd grade reading level.

Yen-sama: I know second graders that write better than this. Is that bad?

Margi-sama: Probably.

 I have pale white skin. I’m also a witch, and I go to a magic school called Hogwarts in England where I’m in the seventh year (I’m seventeen).

Yen-sama: Pale and White are usually synonymous.

Margi-sama: Hogwarts isn't a magic school. The school itself isn't magical. Also, there's no way you're in the seventh year and in the same year as Draco Malfoy and Harry Potter...Read the seventh book. There was none of this merry school stuff going on.

Yen-sama: The publish date of this fanfic was before the 6th book came out. However, pre-written or not, this is off-canon.

Margi-sama: Even so, by that time we had a pretty good idea that the 7th book wasn't going to take place at school.

Margi-sama: Therefore, fail.


I’m a goth (in case you couldn’t tell) and I wear mostly black. I love Hot Topic and I buy all my clothes from there.

Yen-sama: Sorry, we couldn't tell. I thought you were just a stereotyping spoiled 12 year old intent on convincing the world you're "different" when in fact, you're like everyone ese.

Yen-sama: *else

tMargi-sama: Hot Topic doesn't even have goth clothes, really. It's more of a trendy emo otaku store these days. Even so, buying all of your clothes from there shows how lame you are...Paying high prices for your cheap, poser "oooh I'm so scary" sub-culture crap.

Yen-sama: As for Hot Topic's novelty stuff, I've gotten better quality stuff on eBay.

Margi-sama: This is no surprise. I bought a pen from Hot Topic once, and the damn thing not only broke within 24 hours of having it (and mind you, I wasn't even violently handling it), but it ran out of ink within a week. You can't even open it to put new ink in it. It's useless now. And it cost me $7. Grr.

Yen-sama: Lol. I buy my pens from the dollar store. I win.

 For example today I was wearing a black corset with matching lace around it and a black leather miniskirt, pink fishnets and black combat boots. I was wearing black lipstick, white foundation, black eyeliner and red eye shadow.

Yen-sama: You can't wear that to Hogwarts. It's against regulation dress code.

Yen-sama: DETENTION!

Margi-sama: It's against common sense. It doesn't match, it looks skanky, and it's "out of style" anyway, even for goths. Nobody wears black lipstick anymore except for the occasional shock rock band, but even this is a rare occurance. Why do you need white foundation? You're already pale from what you've said. Corsets are only hot if wear them with something decent, and not something skanky, like, oh say, a leather miniskirt.

Yen-sama: I wear denim hotpants in the summer.

Yen-sama: I don't know. I felt the need to insert that. xD

Margi-sama: xD

 I was walking outside Hogwarts. It was snowing and raining so there was no sun, which I was very happy about. A lot of preps stared at me. I put up my middle finger at them.

Yen-sama: Childish much.

Yen-sama: We know two things about Ebony. She's a Skank, and she isn't very friendly.

Yen-sama: Oh, yeah, and she's stupid.

Yen-sama: It can't snow and rain at the same time.

Yen-sama: Physically impossible.

Margi-sama: I can understand why preps (or ANYONE) would stare at you. You're dressed like a prostitute. Oooh, preps, let's flick them off because they wear different clothes than you and don't cut themselves and mope. What is it with little poser goths and their "anti-prep" attitude? A lot of my friends are preps, and I hang out with people of all subcultures. One of the key aspects of being a goth is acceptance of being different, so flicking off preps is rather hypocritical, yeah? Good job, Ebony, for being a poser. Again.

Yen-sama: They are wearing different clothes, namely THEIR FREAKING SCHOOL UNIFORMS! Y'KNOW, THE ONES THEY'RE SUPPOSED TO WEAR TO CLASS! Let's label them because they follow rules.

“Hey Ebony!” shouted a voice.

Yen-sama: "If you build it, they will come" The voice called out again.

Yen-sama: xD

Margi-sama: "I thought I told you never to come in here!"...It was Biff Tannen.

Yen-sama: XD

Margi-sama: Actually, I hope it's the Fashion Police coming to arrest her.

Yen-sama: YES!

 I looked up.

Yen-sama: And then I was roundhouse kicked in the solar plexis.

Margi-sama: Look up! There, in the sky! It's a bird! It's a plane! No, it's The Woz in his rocketship coming down to kick your ass. Yes, The Woz is a superhero now...Saving the world from stupid Mary-Sues. Hooray!

Yen-sama: XD

It was…. Draco Malfoy!

“What’s up Draco?” I asked.

Yen-sama: Malfoy never had such a dramatic entrance in the canon. Why now?

Margi-sama: What's up? Apparently Draco is up, because you had to look up to see him. He can fly now. HE HAS A MAGIC FUCKING CARPET.

Yen-sama: The one from Aladdin?

Margi-sama: Not to be confused with Ebony's magic carpet, which he will fuck later on.

Margi-sama: Si.

Yen-sama: XD

“Nothing.” he said shyly.

Margi-sama: Then what the hell did you call her for?

Yen-sama: XD!

Margi-sama: Also, Draco Malfoy is hardly shy. He's too much of a pompous asshole.

Yen-sama: Also, Malfoy =/= shy.

Yen-sama: XD ROFL

Yen-sama: Maybe he said nothing to dodge the fact he buttsecksed Harry that morning.

Margi-sama: Makes sense. Everyone knows Dumbledore isn't the only gay male character in HP. Harry and Draco are constantly having angry sex. You can tell by the way they glare at each other's crotches with hungry eyes whenever they confront each other in the movies. Or maybe that's just the yaoi fangirl in me jumping to conclusions.

But then, I heard my friends call me and I had to go away.

Yen-sama: Go away? Away where?

Yen-sama: To a mental hospital?

Margi-sama: She has friends? Well, she seems to hate preps, I don't know who else she would hang with. I've never seen any "gawths" at Hogwarts before. Maybe the nerdy kids from Hufflepuff felt sorry for her and took her in.

Yen-sama: Nah, she'd only knife em.


AN: IS it good? PLZ tell me fangz!

Margi-sama: Fangz? Is that supposed to be a cute, clever way of saying "thanks"? To answer your question, yes, it's quite good...at making me laugh.

Yen-sama: It gave me indigestion.



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