Elementary School Stucky - PunchSteve Rogers had just begun to recover from the lamp oil incident, which happened about a month ago. In a sense, it was worse than being punched; how much longer would third degree burns take to heal than a few bruises? Luckily, he never got burnt, thanks to Bucky. Still, no ten year old should have to go through that.Elementary School Stucky - Punch5 days ago in General Fiction More Like This
Steve looked at Bucky now, who was talking animatedly about something, but Steve hadn't been paying attention. This boy was some kind of angel, he thought. A very dangerous angel, and not for the first time, Steve was thankful that Bucky was on his side and not against him.
"Are you even listening, Steve?" Bucky asked, his face in an expression of mild annoyance.
"Uh," Steve hadn't been listening at all. "N-no?"
Bucky's brows furrowed but there was a grin on his lips. "It's okay. Hey, listen I figured I could teach you how to defend yourself." He waited for Steve's response, which was a bit slow in coming.
"Did you just...? Defend myself?" The thought of being without Bu
No wonder kids in elementary hated meI never shut upNo wonder kids in elementary hated me3 days ago in Personal More Like This
I never ever shut up
I was only concerned with myself
No wonder all of my friends hated me
My first best friend's parents were about to divorce and when she needed my emotional support I just said stuff like "Oh everything will be all right" and continued talking about what I wanted to talk about
No wonder she tried finding ways to avoid me
One time I was playing tag with other people and I was IT when the bell rang and when I started walking towards her she screamed and started avoiding me for the whole day because "I was IT"
The next day she acted like nothing had happened.
Another time we had some minor disagreement and she told me that we weren't friends anymore. The next day I apologized for some reason and she accepted it, but literally in the next minute she got a splinter, said "OW!", stared at her finger, and blamed me for it and said "We're not friends anymore".
The next day she acted like nothing had happened. Again. I guess she couldn't find a way to tell me
.:Inanimate Insanity:. Let Me Show You The World!!“Class, I’d like to introduce Nicholas. Say “hello” class,”.:Inanimate Insanity:. Let Me Show You The World!!3 days ago in General Fiction More Like This
“Hello, class” the kids chorused back, sniggering in glee. The boy in front of them shifted uncomfortably and didn’t meet any of their eyes.
“Now, now…” Mr. Jobs gave them a stern look, “I want you all to be very kind to Nicholas, and help him out. We are all a unit, and we watch out for each other.”
Will Parker sat at his desk, sorting his pencil box. Stacking small crayons in pyramids, Will hummed with delight, and set his glue bottle beside the structure to anchor the building. Today was the one hundredth day of school, and his class was supposed to have a big celebration! There were going to be cookies and chips, and they were all going to go outside and have a picnic! He looked up at the clock, and joyfully took note of the time. Mr. Jobs had taught them to read a wall clock, and Will swelled with pride at being able to read “10: