Sara's Photoshoot of FearAs the repeated flashes dazzled my vision I could feel my cheeks begin to ache from the strain of smiling for so long. I stared into the camera lens trying to remain as happy as possible, though after an hour straight I was beginning to get impatient.Sara's Photoshoot of Fear12 hours ago in Short Stories More Like This
“OK there Sara, so could you maybe move a little to your left…yeah that’s it,” the photographer told me with his eyeball pressed firmly against the lens. “Now would Abigail and Rachel like to take a step closer, and come on Harriet, keep smiling.”
I took some solace in no matter how fed up I was getting, there was no way I was in a worse mood then Harriet. For the red-headed tomboy this photo session was her idea of hell. I looked briefly at her and could see her putting on a smile I knew all too well. The ‘I’m going to smile politely even though I’m inwardly seething’ smile which Harriet did so well.
Her experience could not have contraste
Trip X Reader X Virus Chapter OneTemps: For my beloved Trip and Virus because they are BAE, people!! Jeez, I love guys that look alike. That’s, like, my ultimate fetish...Trip X Reader X Virus Chapter One20 hours ago in Introductions & Chapters More Like This
You glare down at your textbook with such intensity that those who noticed half-expected it to burst into flame. Part of you hoped it would. Or at least the problem you were glaring at. You'd been stuck on it for nearly half an hour now and honestly you were getting a little fed up with this.
"Maybe you should take a break, Mistress," your Allmate, a tiny white kitten model named Kageromaru, murmurs,” After all, you are supposed to be on vacation..."
He had a point. After two years of college in America and the four years of high school before that, you'd been given a three month vacation to visit your old home-- Midorijima. You'd grown up on the island, mostly, and you had been a little homesick while in America. However, you couldn't stop thinking about school, being the overachiever
Slumber- 1 "Up and down, all around, let everyone hear the sound! Toss it up, make it pop, but don't you dare let it drop!" The children sang as they tossed one child after another off of the barn loft down to the hay bales below.Slumber- 114 hours ago in Introductions & Chapters More Like This
The little ones shrieked all the way down, laughing as they rolled aside, straw stuck in their hair like golden porcupine quills. Lolly, a girl of 13 with strawberry-blonde hair and amber eyes, a white dress draping just past her knees, sat on the edge of the loft, her bare feet swinging back and forth as sh daydreamed to herself, rubbing her rosy cheeks.
"I say, child," the young girl said distantly to the little girl who sat beside her. "I can't wait until we get to the City. Imma buy me some pre'y pearlies and I'll buy you a cutie li'l dress all up with ribbons! Red! Pre'y red dress just for you."
The little one was small with chubby cheeks and a mess of unruly curly brown hair. She tried swinging her legs in time w
The Angel's GameThe Angel’s GameThe Angel's Game23 hours ago in Short Stories More Like This
It was in the last place I would have looked, that I found what I had been searching for. Well, I suppose that’s true by default, because when you find something you typically stop looking for it…but regardless. It was approximately 20 000 feet above sea level, penultimate to the tip of a nameless mountain of the Andes where I found her.
An Angel. Slumbering, modestly sleeping away the millennia.
Let me explain a modicum. During my ascent I had been forced into the cover of a network of caves naturally snaking from and through the side of the mountain, by a wind-storm possessed of the fury of the tempests found on the lower circles of Hell. I, the humble traveller, stayed in there for hours which felt like weeks until some nameless undertaking infatuated me. I then made the resolve to probe further into the caves.
Though my progress was gradual at first and I had to worm my way through many of the crevices and cracks, my battery-powered flood lamp pro
Accidents - Bowser JuniorI had an accident when I was two months.Accidents - Bowser Junior16 hours ago in Short Stories More Like This
The others told me about it, since I don’t remember anything at all.
It had begun after my hatching. Because of… something I supposedly caused – no one has ever told me what – there was a lot of resentment towards me from my older brothers and sister. Especially since Papa spent so much time with me after my hatching. But the others told me that he was never really focused until my accident... he was always distracted about something. I didn’t even have a name yet; everyone just called me ‘Baby’. Whenever I asked him why he was distracted, he would always manage to change the subject, so I stopped thinking about it.
It was around this time that Iggy had really gotten into inventing bigger things. I think this is also when he started to lose his mind, so his inventions had begun to get more dangerous and risky compared to before I was born.
Out of all my siblings, Wendy hated me the most. I get that, seei
Marble CathedralThe summers usually generate lots of heat in the blue skies, and depending the location, the temperature can be moderately hot to scorching beyond belief, today is one of those days.Marble Cathedral17 hours ago in Short Stories More Like This
Clocking in at 105 degrees Fahrenheit, or 40 degrees Celsius, the beams of solar light emanating from the sun above was shining brilliantly down on the General Carrera Lake in Argentina, making it not only hot, but humid as well; and there was no clouds to soak up the extra rays, the warmth was in full force and beyond.
Blue lake waters were shimmering brightly on the surface, dancing brightly near the Marble Caves of Carrera Lake, known as the "Marble Cathedral" by not only the locals, but to those who explored it as well.
Even the shimmering effect was glimmering on a two person rubber raft as well, with a red and black paint job on it, the raft was floating calmly down the sea, heading towards the cave entrance at a slow pace.
On board was an 18 year old female German Shepard/human anthro with lon
Dummy March (ClintXReaderXBucky?) OneShotDummy March (ClintXReaderXBucky?) OneShot8 hours ago in Short Stories More Like This
“Let’s go to that house.” Clint pointed to a home behind (F/N). She turned around only to see an undecorated house that looked so beaten down it could collapse at any moment turning into a pile of ash. Grass was over grown and tree roots popping up from the ground, to only be covered by a thick layer of fallen leaves. But perhaps what was the most unsettling about the property was the lack of sound. Silence covered it like an oversized blanket that couldn’t be removed by the greatest forces. Normal you would at east hear the faint buzzing of a heater coming from a house at this time of year, but no such thing could be heard.
Suddenly (F/N) couldn’t breathe. Sure the both of them had been egging houses all night in there consume picking on whoever they pleased but this house. Hell no! She didn’t want to die, she was to fabulous to die. Everyone in town had heard stories ab
Nogard: The first encounterContains Vore, safe soft and non fatal! Let me know what you think! :3Nogard: The first encounter11 hours ago in Short Stories More Like This
Ray, a young, red furry dragon wakes, whistling catching his sensitive ears. The rest of his family mush have already headed out for the day's hunt. Ray has never been a morning dragon, he has always enjoyed a sleep-in a little too much. So the whistling must be very unique to arouse him like it has.
Outside of his cave is human teenage, walking through the forest near where the cave is. It's not unusual to find a human in these parts, there is a city not far from the forest, constantly expanding closer to his family's home. He has blond hair and blue eyes, plain clothing and an oversized backpack, probably filled with camping equipment. This has become pretty normal for Ray, he's seen several camp sights and dozens of campers in the forest, but so far remained undetected.
The human continues to walk in the forest, quiet clicks from a camera are heard above his whistles. Ray follows, remaining distant and cautious,