A giantess' orphanage mealThe day had reached its half point in the seemingly calm farm land where a distant orphanage lay right outside the outskirts. It was a fine summer afternoon and the sun was at its peak in the sky with just enough clouds to provide some occasional shade every now and then. Most of the kids were either outside playing or inside enjoying other forms of games. The few others were most likely finding ways of getting into trouble. All the kids lived right on the border where human and giant country merged. Controversy and rumors had been increasing as of recent, most of them only causing more tension between two worlds already in a cold war. Recently people on these borders have been gone missing, even houses being uprooted and never heard from again. Unfortunately, this land had very fertile soil and was perfect for farming. So as risky as life may have been, there was little choice the people in this area could really do. Despite the dangers, some of the kids were actually hoping to catchA giantess' orphanage meal4 years ago in Short Stories
A Giantess's LullabyCalm yourself, my sleepy oneA Giantess's Lullaby7 years ago in Songs & Lyrics
The sun is down, the day is done
Let our hearts become as one
As you sleep to my lullaby.
Rest now, your weary little head
My chest is your comfy bed
Quiet now, no words need be said
Just sleep to my lullaby.
I am big, you are small
My arms cradle you, not letting you fall
Close your eyes now, let's not stall
Fall asleep to my lullaby.
At first you were scared, you tried to scurry
But soon you saw that you needn't worry
We are alike, oh so surely
Now you hear my lullaby.
The stars are in the sky, twinkling bright
You hold onto my shirt, nice and tight
Sleep now, everything is all right
So ends my sweet lullaby.
"....Good night, my tiny friend."
My Sister,The Giantess It started out as an innocent summer Friday night in the residence of the Write family,but started to get weirder and weirder as night started falling.But I had to tell you THAT story to tell you THIS story.My Sister,The Giantess7 years ago in Fantasy
"Kelly! Can you come down here for a second?," Called Kelly's mom from the front door.Kelly,our main character,is a loving,16 year-old girl with a catch: she had the power to shrink anything,but had to keep it a secret from her parents.
"Can you watch Emily while we're out at the movies.We're going to see '12 Rounds'!," the father said cheerfully.Emily,our second main character,is a carefree,10 year old who sees Kelly as a role model,but also doesn't know her power.
The mother said,"We'll be home at about 11:30,so don't let her stay up too late.She already ate and took a bath so you don't have to worry about that.Be good,and don't watch 'South Park'!," and left."Well,they're gone," Kelly thought,"...and if Emil
Redefining the Giantess ScaleAmazon: 2.1 m ~ 3.7 m (7 ft ~ 12 ft)Redefining the Giantess Scale6 years ago in General Fiction
This class of giantess has actually been recorded in reality; whilst modern day humans rarely reach above seven feet, skeletons from ancient times have been found up to twelve feet in length. Thus, I do not truly consider characters of this height to truly be giantesses.
Giantess: 3.7 m ~ 1 Dm (12 ft ~ 32.8 ft)
This would be the size of a small house, anywhere from one to three stories tall.
Decagiantess: 1 Dm ~ 1 Hm (32.8 ft ~ 328 ft)
This category includes the famous "50 foot woman"; this woman would be the size of larger buildings, but not skyscrapers. A moving object of this size would definitely catch the attention of global satellite systems.
Hectogiantess: 1 Hm ~ 1 Km (328 ft ~ 3280 ft)
This category is when a giantess begins to draw attention from a distance; ranging from the size of small skyscrapers to small mountains, she would be visable from a good ways away.
Kilogiantess: 1 Km ~ 1 Mm (3280 ft ~ 621 mi