Tokka - NicknamesNicknamesTokka - Nicknames6 years ago in Short Stories
"Move those damn legs Twinkle Toes!" Twinkle Toes, that's Toph's nickname toward Aang, she uses that nickname a lot, mostly when they were training, she rarely used his real name, but that didn't seem to bother the young aribender who was currently dodging earthbended boulders that were thrown against him with fury. "Dodging won't help you beat the Fire Lord Twinkle Toes! You have to attack!"
The group had been staying at the Air Temple for a while, Aang was supposed to be training firebending since he was already able to dominate earthbending, but since it was Zuko's turn to do the shopping, Aang had to train with Toph instead.
Katara was already fixing a nice dinner for the group, Suki was helping her with the preparations, Haru and the others were exploring the temple as always, and Sokka was left with nothing better to do than watch the bender's training. "Twinkle Toes?"
Something had been bothering him, he was able to notice how much Toph called Aang Twinkle Toes, it was
Tokka Week Day 2: ParentsThe idea of having two parents is very foreign to me. It really snuck up on me, but it shouldn't have. A lot of things have happened since last summer.Tokka Week Day 2: Parents3 years ago in Short Stories
It started on a normal day. Mom and I had just been out to practice some metalbending at the Republic City scrap yard. We walked in the house and plopped down on the couch.
"Lin, go get the mail." Mom commanded lazily.
"Moooooooom. I just sat down. Maybe in a little while." I moaned.
"Lin. Now." She flung a rock from our earth covered floor at me.
"Fine!" I said, standing as I blocked the rock and sent it back to the floor. I huffed out of the house, causing the ground to shake a little with my anger. I walked out to the porch and reached into our mailbox. I flipped through the mail as I walked back to the couch. Bills, bills and a letter.
"Anything good?" Mom asked.
"Mostly bills. But there's a handwritten letter here too." I said, studying the envelope.
"Read it to me." Mom said as she adjusted to a more upright position in her
Tokka - Cactus Juice DisasterCactus Juice DisasterTokka - Cactus Juice Disaster6 years ago in Short Stories
" Snoozles you are snoring too loud I'm still sleepy shut up " Toph searched for her knees inside of the deep darkness that was her forever blind state, hugging them carefully and trying to win some sleep and ignore the strong snoring of her best friend by her side. " My head feels like burning and you are not helping it feel any better "
" I'm not snoring ok maybe I was but if you don't like it, then why are you sleeping so close to me ?" Sokka rubbed his eyes, he was dizzy. Apparently it was still night time since he couldn't see a damn thing.
" You are such a moron, I'm not sleeping close to you you are sleeping close to me " Toph's voice sounded dizzy as well, but Sokka ignored her, he could feel the blood running through his head giving him a strong headache, and wasn't at all in the mood for their usual arguing. " Uhgh, I feel sick why is the ground so soft ?"
Tokka: A Personal AnalysisA bit of background: Avatar: The Last Airbender was the fandom that really got me into the Internet; it took me from Chamber of Secrets forums to deviantART, so I definitely count it as a catalyst in my nerd evolution. It has a powerful story, compelling characters, and a complex world that stands apart from every cartoon that's come out in recent years. It has drama and humor and tackles serious subjects and the grey areas that come with wartime and life in general, all packaged up and served to a target group of eight-to-twelve-year-old boys. It transcends into EVERY age group, from five to sixty-five (and I would knowmy grandmother is a fan, thanks to her grandkids!). It's brought people from every corner of the world together. I think this is what's known as a "cult following", and I'm proud to be a part.Tokka: A Personal Analysis4 years ago in Editorial
When you get groups of people with hormones together, with proper encouragement from the show creators, things called "ships" occur. People who are emotionally invested in t
Tokka the Truth Comes....Out?"Just tell him."Tokka the Truth Comes....Out?6 years ago in Short Stories
"No I've told you, I'm not going to tell him Katara!"
Katara gave a deep sigh. She's not going to tell him willingly. Ever since Katara had found out that Toph had feelings for her brother, she hadn't let her live it down. Then an idea came to her mind...
"If you don't tell him, I'll make you learn how to swim."
Toph, who's expression had completely changed from an angry one to the surprised one she now wore. Katara had been pestering Toph ever since Sozin's Comet had passed that she needed to learn how to swim, but Toph had refused.
"Fine....I'll tell him."
Toph stormed out of the room and headed to the kitchen where, not surprisingly, Sokka was eating a sandwich. She felt as Katara followed slowly. Sokka looked up as the earthbender walked into the kitchen, and asked Toph with his mouth full of food,
"What's up Toph."
Toph stared blankly at him, then answered quietly,
"I have something I want to tell you..."
Toph 'watched' as Sokka nodded at this and sighed qu