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Emotions, Bluh- KarkatxTereziIt was always him, wasn't it? Mr. Fucking-Do-No-Wrong. Ha! What a load of shit that was! Dave fucking Strider was one of the worst people to ever exist on the new fucking planet ever! He had shades- big deal! He could control time- whoop-dee-fucking-do! God, sometimes Karkat wondered how he lasted this long without strangling that damn Knight with his own cape half the time... He also wondered how the hell that bulge-licking mucus-filled asshole managed to sway everyone to his supposed 'cool kid' charms.Emotions, Bluh- KarkatxTerezi3 days ago in Romance
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Everyone, in fact, including Karkat's own fucking matesprit, it seemed!
"No, no! That can goes over there! That structure needs to be more secure, otherwise the entire city might collapse into oblivion!" Terezi was exclaiming, waving a clawed finger toward some area of her and Dave's Can Town that Karkat couldn't bother himself to pay any attention to. Dave mumbled something but complied to the Libra's demand, placing the metal container where she had been ranting about. The mut
Fight and Make Up- Human!stuck KarkatxTereziIt was another typical fight. She was playfully flirting with Dave, like always, while Karkat was in the room and when he finally couldn't take the shameless banter between the two, Karkat snapped and stormed out of the apartment. Instantly, the mock-flirting stopped and both Dave and Terezi shared a frown of confusion; Dave figured it was time for him to leave, return to his own apartment he shared with John, and wished the blind redhead luck with calming down the Cancer who had stomped out of the place so angrily.Fight and Make Up- Human!stuck KarkatxTerezi3 days ago in General Fiction
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"I didn't do anything wrong," she insisted, arms crossed over her sweater, but neither of them were convinced. When Dave left, music blaring from his headphones as he closed the door behind him, she sighed deeply and grabbed for her cell phone that was on the coffee table in front of the couch she sat on. She pressed the voice command button, listening for the automatic female voice letting her know when to speak the instructions. "Call Karkles," she said in a clear voice,