Ominous- Jeff The Killer x Reader Ch.7As the creatures words sunk in, you felt your heart skip several beats.Ominous- Jeff The Killer x Reader Ch.714 hours ago in Introductions & Chapters More Like This
You blinked rapidly and took a few steps back. You weren't angry, you weren't terrified, instead you felt a foreign and unexpected feeling that you couldn't find a
You looked back at Jeff, who had a hand curled into his hair in frustration. He met your gaze for a brief moment before looking at Slenderman.
"But can't you just-"
"My Proxies have a particular skill set, as you've most likely seen from Jeffery. Now, I must ask; what is your relationship with him? It is extremely unheard of for him to spare a life."
Slenderman said, cutting him off.
You gulped. What was your relationship with him?
Friend? No, he wouldn't hesitate to kill you if he wanted to.
"He had said that he kept me around for company, out of boredom." You replied, which was the honest truth. Jeff wasn't affectionate in any way, and enjoyed getting under your skin.
The only time he showed you concern was out of necessit
Fun At The FairLeo sighed. How had Mikey talked him into this?Fun At The Fair10 hours ago in Introductions & Chapters More Like This
"That’ll be $20."
Handing the money to the ticket vendor Leo did his best to keep his hand hidden in the large sleeve of his coat so as not to alert the man that Leo and Mikey were not human. A moment later the man shoved two small slips of paper into his hand before waving them away.
"Have fun at the fair. NEXT!"
Handing one of the tickets to Mikey, Leo rolled his eyes as Mikey let out a loud giggle and began pulling him towards the entrance to the fairgrounds. Following Mikey's lead Leo watched amused as Mikey handed his ticket to the person at the gate before going inside and pausing for Leo to join him.
Once inside the fair Leo did his best to keep up with Mikey who practically ran; checking out every booth and stall while staring longingly up at some of the rides.
As they passed by one of the booths, a man's voice called to them.
"Hey kid! Come over here. If you pop a balloon you'll win a prize."
Leo rolled his eyes and did his
Big Girls in Bikinis"Ugh, look at that chick over by the ice cream vendor guy!" Donna commented, as she leaned back in her lawn chair, at a resort overlooking the beach, "I'm telling you, girls like that, they should not be allowed out here on the beach, am I right?"Big Girls in Bikinis8 hours ago in Historical More Like This
From the chair beside her, Josie sat up to see what Donna was talking about. The woman in question, way off in the distance, could hear none of their conversation, but it was clear she was the one the two bottle-blond beauties were talking about.
The woman was large, to underestimate things, obese for certain. She was laying out on the warm sand, sunning herself, and more to Josie and Donna's notice, she wore a great purple one-piece that did her no favors beyond keeping her thick, gelatinous body decent, clinging tightly to the rolls of fat along her side, outlining the obesity her indulgent life had left her with. They watched disgusted, as she gnawed through her ice cream bar.
"How much you wanna bet that's like, third Klondike bar
Hoodie x reader- pt 6Hoodie x reader- pt 612 hours ago in Introductions & Chapters More Like This
The next day you woke. You and Hoodie shared a room so when you woke you saw Hoodie's sleeping figure next to you, making you smile. You weren't sure, but you thought you developed feeling for Hoodie. He was just too cute and adorable.
You carefully sat up, not wanting to wake Hoodie, but apparently, not careful enough. Hoodie felt you moving and opened his eyes. "(Y-YN)?"He asked in a still sleepy voice. "sorry, Hoodie. Didn't mean to wake you." Hoodie chuckled.
"You're an e-early riser, aren't y-you? None of t-the others will even be awake." Hoodie said. You looked to the clock. 6:24 AM. Wow that's early. Hoodie wrapped an arm around you and gently pushed back down and hugged you close. You blushed. Soon his grip loosed and you assumed he went back to sleep as did you.
(Le time skip~)
"I'M GONNA KILL YOU!" You heard yelling as you jolted awake. The sudden jolt awoke Hoodie as well. "GET BACK HERE YOU MASKED FREAK!" Hoodie also heard the yelling. "
(England x Reader) - Coffee Shop(England x Reader) - Coffee Shop7 hours ago in Short Stories More Like This
It was a rainy day in London, per the usual, but you weren't complaining. You currently sat in a Starbucks shop, in the farthest corner might you add, with your favorite novel in your hands. You weren't really one for drinking coffee, but you came for the atmosphere. You couldn't explain it, but apparently the coffee shop provided excellent mood and ambiance for a good book.
But the atmosphere wasn't the only thing you came for.
There was a really, really, REALLY cute guy who worked there. He was tall and thin, with shaggy blonde hair and stunning green eyes. His eyebrows were a bit over-sized, but you thought that was adorable. His name was Arthur, if you remember correctly, Arthur Kirkland. Rumors spread about him rather quickly, some saying he was the personification of England itself (but like you were going to believe that!). He worked every Friday, so when you had the time, you would visit the Starbucks and sit in the corner everyday, pretending to read while secretly staring at
Unfortunate brat [Petra/Reader/Levi]It wasn’t like there was a signal for when shit would go down.Unfortunate brat [Petra/Reader/Levi]20 hours ago in Short Stories More Like This
It just happened and fate would slap you right in the face. People would die if you would want it or not. Pulled away from your grasp just like that. No matter how much they trained, or how much they fought for their lives. No would be able to outrun the crash anyways. That was how it was, and everyone had to deal with it. That’s why [Name] had grown tired, cold and emotionless.
But hey, there wasn’t really a true definition of SANE anyways. Everyone had their quirks. Corporal Levi was stoic, strict and even crude from time to time. Mike had his weird habit of sniffing everyone and everything. Hanji had her obsession with titans. Erwin…. He was… well Erwin?
Right now, [Name] was sitting in the dining hall of the castle they had just moved to. She could remember Petra sitting across from her. Those bright orbs of the female where shining in joy as she spoke about Levi, she admired the man with h
The Oncoming Storm - Ch. 1 - Some Serious Nonsense The land of Minecraftia was silent, just like it normally was before a storm. The sky was bright, slowly beginning to turn orange as the sun dropped below the trees of the nearby forest.The Oncoming Storm - Ch. 1 - Some Serious Nonsense8 hours ago in Introductions & Chapters More Like This
From the distance, a low hum of voices could be heard. Muffled by a wooden door, they slowly grew louder until finally, Jason pushed open the door with a laugh. "Shut up, I wasn't that bad!" He said to Ty as he followed behind him. Instead of holding the door like Jason had for him, he walked past it, letting it fall shut.
"Yeah, you kinda were." He said, ignoring Sky as the door hit him in the face behind the two. "Dude you didn't even get past the second level."
"Yeah because it was hard!"
"That's what she said..." Sky mumbled as he rubbed his nose agitatedly.
Jason hit Sky in the back of the head, sending the commander a few feet forward. "Every damn time, Adam!" Jason laughed.
Sky smirked and rubbed th
Jeff the Killer x Reader - Island Trapped - 8Jeff the Killer x Reader - Island Trapped - 820 hours ago in Introductions & Chapters More Like This
Chapter 8 – Interstellar
Sudden awakening was never really my swag. Like now for example. Feeling something tickling my legs, rather creepy and unpleasant, I jerked violently with my whole body as my breathing became irregular. Sound of multiple limbs tapping filled my ears and I jumped up on my feet, shaking the whole body. The same moment I've seen tiny crabs running away on the dark sand, my head spun around once more and I collapsed down, nearly hitting the rock. Damn. I don't feel good. Opening my eyes, I groaned and rubbed them. Then opened again. Still blurred. I didn't feel good at all. I was just too tired. Starved... thirsty...
I felt so dead...
Am I really gonna die? Well... I suppose it's actually better to be killed by Mother Nature than by serial killer. I'm still done anyways. Sighing, I bumped my head against the rock, looking up and feeling all the strength abandon me. Then I narrowed them in confusion. What is this? Something peaked over the edg
Rigby and baby...Eileen 2 Mordecai and CJ came back from the store with the baby supplies. They bought the most important things: clothes that will fit Eileen properly, 3 baby bottles, soft blankets, powdered infant milk, baby food jars, diapers, hair acesories a couple of toys, a carseat, and a small stroller. Thankfully, there was no need to buy a crib or high chair since Pops had old ones up in the attic from his infantil days.Rigby and baby...Eileen 29 hours ago in Short Stories More Like This
CJ handed Rigby a list and informed him what he needed to do. "... and if you need anything, we're one phone call away," CJ concluded as she headed out the door with Mordecai on their way to their date.
"Hurry back... please," Rigby watched them out the window as they got into the cart and drove off. "Now what?" Rigby returned to the sofa where Eileen was sitting, feeling akward. "Whats wrong?" Rigby asked her as he was about to pick her up but she refused. But when he finally picked her up, he quickly regreted it. He looked down at the sofa, and saw a wet puddle.
The Apprentice Stories: Part 1 - Moonlight PrinceAuthor's Note: I should probably just warn that this story is probably classified 'T' rather than the usual PG-13 or 'K+' rating of the group.The Apprentice Stories: Part 1 - Moonlight Prince10 hours ago in Short Stories More Like This
Outside of the Apprentice Den a storm raged, it was probably one of the first serious storms that many of the Apprentices had seen. Over in a corner, Pitchpaw could see Reedpaw with his ears folded back nervously, while his sister Cloverpaw tried to comfort him.
Even Wrenpaw and Tornpaw - who usually looked like nothing could phase them, were sitting perhaps a little more alertly than they usually did.
"Do you think it'll stop?" Acornpaw asked nervously,
"Of course it will" Wrenpaw grumbled, although her voice didn't sound so sure.
Pitchpaw shot her a glare for snapping at her friend - she didn't like Wrenpaw very much, and her good opinion when lost was something that was very hard to gain back again, not that Wrenpaw seemed to be giving any sign of wanting to gain anything back.
"I wonder if the Kits are scared?" Rookpaw wondered
Creepypasta: The Hangman's OriginCreepypasta: The Hangman’s OriginCreepypasta: The Hangman's Origin14 hours ago in Short Stories More Like This
The year is 1887 and you are Will Jameson, a photographer for a fairly well-known New York paper. It is a well-paying and fairly secure position. Your current task is to venture into that dying side of America called the Old West, currently on the verge of collapse under the crushing weight of modernization. The rail systems appear to make the country seem smaller every time they are expanded. Fittingly enough, because that’s how you are travelling to the ghost town you are supposed to take pictures of anyhow, via said railway.
Your economy cab is empty, save for one other male passenger and yourself of course. The interior is dimly lit, and the roaring din of the thunderstorm outside doesn’t do much to help visibility. It just makes you all the more thankful for the oil lantern suspended from the ceiling, without which you would trip over your own feet if you got up. Not like the cramped, sparsely appointed cab would give you enough
Retail Super Powers 3 part 1Jeremiah paced back and forth in front of the tiny cafe. It was his off day from work, graciously granted to him by the manager after the store was hit with a noticeable amount of smoke and fire damage. The police never made any calls to the store to explain the issue they had caused when arresting the flame-spewing man, but none of the employees, overworked as they were, had any intention to raise complaints. Jeremiah wiped his forehead; it was coated in a thick sheet of sweat. He summoned a 2.5-ply tissue to try and clean himself up, but under the blazing sun, the weight of his own anxiety, a fair shot of the nerves and a queasy stomach that felt like it was on the verge of turning over, he wasn't getting any drier. He snatched his cellphone out of his pocket; he needed to speak to someone before it was too late. Normally his snark and sarcasm got him through the day just fine, but he still had his hang-ups, the things that could throw him a little off-kilter. This was one of those tRetail Super Powers 3 part 114 hours ago in Short Stories More Like This