You Said You Loved Me You said you loved me.You Said You Loved Me4 hours ago in Short Stories More Like This
I was your first character.
I remember when you first submitted a picture of me onto the internet. You were so happy when you got a compliment on me. Granted, there weren’t many. You weren’t a popular artist. But that was alright, because even one or two positive comments motivated you to draw more.
I remember when you made a second character. His design wasn’t exactly the most original, like, I’ll admit it, my own design. But you were happy with his design. And seeing you happy made me happy as well.
After some more positive feedback, you made another character. She was a little stereotypical, a bit of a “Mary-Sue” if you will, but no one seemed to mind. Because you weren’t bothering anyone, and you were happy.
I’ll admit it. I got a little jealous when you paid attention to the other two characters, rather than I. But I got over it
Mentor and Student (Malik x reader)Mentor and Student (Malik x reader)17 hours ago in Short Stories More Like This
The heat was sticky and humid, patience had been wearing thin, and yet you poured over another book. Strands of your hair fell onto the pages and you felt fingers pull it back behind your ear. It brushed against your cheek, making you pause and lean ever so slightly in it. You received a flick to the back of your head for that, for stopping writing and reading.
"You must finish this by night."
Malik's voice was strong and lined with pride. And why wouldn't he be? He was the only man capable of being both a scholar and assassin to masterful levels. He was pacing back and forth while reading, sometimes sitting for hour long stretches to write page after page. He already created a new map of Masyaf and were doing various duties befitting a Rafiq.
"I will." You gave a sigh which made him raise his head and stare at you from your seat. "But can we not practice outside? We spent most of the day planning. How will this help somebody on the field?"
Malik's eyes fell slightly in a glare which m
hives.things i've done since i left you:hives.15 hours ago in Short Stories More Like This
written a book.stopped self harm.cut my hair off.stopped sleeping.made myself get a B average.started/stopped smoking. we were a mess. you were the one to tell me that i was perfect, and i believed you right up until i didn't. that happened about the same time as me realizing that i did't want to be perfect. i decided that i would rather be like the stars (almost chaotic and always beautiful) and i guess you decided you'd rather be like the Dust Bowl; always moving. Always destroying.
things you've done since i left you:
started drinking again.stopped thinking about college.continued to love me, even though i asked you not to.broke promises.
you told me that i promised to never leave you, but that's not true. see, i swore to always love you, and i'm sure i always will. the ground and the galaxy are just so far away, you see, and our arms aren't long enoug
Pi Upsilon 5“Come, on, time to get up,” Stephanie said, kicking the hippy chick with her foot. “This is tough on everyone at first, but you won’t adjust lying just lying there.” Before moving onto the next girls, she mused at how silly the hippy chick’s O face looked like.Pi Upsilon 517 hours ago in Short Stories More Like This
It took nearly ten minutes, but everyone got up and was able to remain conscious in the stench, even though they clearly weren’t enjoying themselves. Once they were up, she led them into the next part of the house, where the smells hit even worse, except this time no one fainted; they just covered their noses as much as possible. It was a start.
They were in the living room, where several of the PU Piggies had clearly been not long ago. There was a ratty couch covered with food, sweat, vaginal fluid and semen stains, piles of putrid dirty clothes packed up against the wall. On the table were piles of dirty dishes and rotting food.
“This is the co
Kiss the pain away. Romano x ReaderKiss the pain away. Romano x Reader22 hours ago in Flash Fiction & Vignettes More Like This
〖 The most important thing to me is to make you happy. 〗
“So, anything interesting happened to you?”
“I spilled milk on my shirt this morning.” She replied, letting an exasperated sigh escape her slightly chapped lips. [Name] looked down at her plaid blue shirt, the stain still visible to the eye.
“Hmm, doesn't sound like you're having a good day.”
She groaned. Of course, it wasn't a good day for her. Most days were never good for her. Well, at least that's what she had thought. Not like [Name] actually cared though. It's like a routine, except for weekends. In which she would probably sleep, go out with her friends, grocery shopping for more food.
“Well, at least things are getting better.” [Name] said, shrugging. “Not for me, though. But for someone.”
Romano let out laugh— or at least something like that. [Name] didn't bother to actually know; she was too tired to even ask. Th
Last of the Ice MenLast of the Ice Men4 hours ago in Short Stories More Like This
On the crags of the frozen Himalayan mountains live mongol families residing in yurts. Some prefer to live in the valleys, as the terrain makes it easier to raise goats. And some avoid the heights altogether out of fear of a legendary Ice-Man, who is said to terrorize and haunt those who dare to live there.
One of those families who braved the heights was the Li family. Both parents were God-fearing persons who had been touched by the Bible's message of a messiah, a Christ-child, and were unafraid of the silly legends of Ice-men. In addition, they felt that the higher grounds somehow brought them closer to God. The clear, starlit nights with full moon-views were unobstructed by the lights of cities. Many a night they would gaze up at the heavens with their small children, and praise the one who made these things.
Now, one of the Li children was a young girl named Lindessa. Lindessa was no ordinary child. From the time that she was born sh
The Door - A Strider fanfiction.The door was always closed.The Door - A Strider fanfiction.19 hours ago in Flash Fiction & Vignettes More Like This
It was a known rule without needing to be spoken or agreed upon. Bro knew that teenage boys who are going through puberty need their privacy and space because even he was young once and even he wanted to be alone sometimes. The door remained closed from the moment Dave came home from school to right before he got off his lazy ass to make dinner, which afterwords the door would again remain shut until the next morning. Exceptions included anytime he felt like playing video games, drawing, jamming on his turntables, or doing other activities with either himself or with Bro outside of the safe haven of his room. It was as simple as that.
Today was the first time in Strider Family™ history that rule would be broken.
The slow, eerie whine from the rusting door hinges made Dave jump, and he quickly shoved the katana under the bed he was sitting upon. He couldn’t tell if Bro had seen it or not because the darkness of the room engulfed his chiseled face,
Look UpIn the corner of the living room, half-hidden under a curtain rustling in the light rainy breeze was the emaciated figure of a young girl, no more than sixteen or seventeen. She couldn't have been. Dr. James Noble let the beam of his flashlight hover over her skeletal form for a few seconds before he stepped towards her. The silence in the house was overwhelming. Nothing could be heard but the pattering of the rain on the rooftop, and the quiet, labored breathing of the little girl.Look Up5 hours ago in Short Stories More Like This
She couldn’t have sat down more than a day or two ago, but she looked as if she hadn’t moved in months. Her eye sockets were like gaping black holes, the eyes themselves like all the others. Every specimen they had seen. Everyone…everyone on Earth had done this…
He could barely look at those eyes; barely hold the gaze of whatever this girl had become. He closed his own eyes, his flashlight beam wavering as his hands shook. He fell to his knees; sweat beading across his body as he r
Husband!Norway X Pregnant!wife!ReaderHusband!Norway x Pregnant!wife!ReaderHusband!Norway X Pregnant!wife!Reader14 hours ago in Short Stories More Like This
you sat in the living room with the T/V. on in the background he you weren't watching it, why you may ask, you were focused on your 7 1/2 month pregnant belly with a motherly smile as you ran you hand gently over you large belly,
you were startled out of your trance by the sound of the front door being opened and Lukas you husband walking in out of the snow, being as it was the middle of December and it had sowed at least 6 inches in the past five hours, he took his coat off and hung it up and called "(y/n)?" from the entryway "in the living room" you called back being unable to get up on your own any more, at that moment he walked into the living room "how was work?" you asked looking up at him "busy..." he said looking down at you,
"how are you doing?" he asked "I doing just fine, Tino has been a huge help, I almost got stuck in bed this morning" you said looking up at him, a smile just barely noticeable on his face, "we it's good you're ok" he s
Yoga Bruce x Reader Classical music poured from your docked IPod as you spread your yoga mat on the floor of the gym. With a small sigh of pleasure you eased your stiff body into the downward dog position. Unknown to you a certain red-faced scientist was trying his hardest to get the perverted thoughts in his head to go away while your tense muscles unwound. But those thoughts only intensified as you swiftly changed into upward dog. A small war waged inside Bruce’s mind as he had to choose between going in there and grabbing Tony’s earpiece or turning around and telling Tony he couldn’t find it.Yoga Bruce x Reader16 hours ago in Short Stories More Like This
The first choice won by a landslide after he put some thought into the second one. Tony would probably come to find it himself and he was the type of guy that would give action to the type of thoughts that were currently entertaining Bruce’s mind. The mere thought of Tony trying anything, or worse getting somewhere, made him want to Hu
Suzie and Bertha's Thanksgiving Feast RPSuzie and Bertha's Thanksgiving Feast RP20 hours ago in Short Stories More Like This
Suzie and Bertha's Thanksgiving Feast RP
By Phrooglevore (Phrooglefa) & LostSoulMalachi
This is a little rp me and LostSoulMalachi did over about a week. I don’t normally post these sort of rps we’ve done, but he wanted me to so here it is.
Please note: This story does contains an extremely mean younger fur and her mother eating furry kids and adults with some brief "soft" hard vore and scat. So if any of these things aren’t your cup of tea for whatever reason, you should not read any further.
Suzie, Bertha, Lynx, Piglet and Skunk Cub © Phrooglevore
Alastor, Bunny, Wolf, Skunk and Horse © LostSoulMalachi
All events and characters in this story are completely fictional and are not in any way based off of any real life people or events.
The ground shook under a loud, almost thumping, noise. Then another, then another. An incredibly obese pig of a woman (ironically, a pig) sat at a mighty table, a wide smile on her equally wide face.
"Suuuuuziiiieeeee!" she cal
[Attack On Titan Mike/Pyromaniac!Reader - PrettierOkay, so, Jess here again and this time I bring something a little different. Like, to everything, I'm doing a Mike/Reader. So this was requested by CAPtainAmerica77; I apologise in advance if this isn't what you expected or something, I don't know a lot about Mike at all. So yeah, I did try.[Attack On Titan Mike/Pyromaniac!Reader - Prettier19 hours ago in Short Stories More Like This
Tell me what'cha thought!
When he had first taken a casual sniff at you, he wasn't sure what to think. Contrary to his 'legend', he didn't smirk afterwards, just continued to walk in dignified silence, thoughts rushing a mile a minute.
“Hm, it's the first time he's responded like that.” Hanji told you, voice jumpy as usual though a clear frown – presumably of confusion – was scrawled across her face like unpleasant handwriting. He was usually the first to form an opinion on anybody sorely based on their scent. The only thought that entered his mind when he smelled you upon your first arrival?
Is that a hint of driftwood...?
From then on, Mike had been watc
BTLG- Pixelated Love -Adult! Ladonia x ReaderBTLG- Pixelated Love -Adult! Ladonia x Reader17 hours ago in Introductions & Chapters More Like This
*beep beep* *boop* *beep*
Computer noises woke you up.
The floor beneath you felt cold and using your hands you lifted yourself off the ground to a sitting position. It smelled like Lysol; the cleaner that sanitizes tile. Slowly with blinking eyes, you looked up.
Noises and flashing lights greeted you and you felt you were in some different world…which you were.
Wondering, “Where am I?” you slowly stood up and touched one of the computers.
The computer’s screen automatically light up from your touch and produced a bright white light.
Trying to adjust to the onslaught of total brightness, you covered your face with your hand. The computer then asked you in a mechanical voice, “Hello”
In awe you put down your hand and replied, “H-Hi” You made a wave.
It took a moment to respond, “Ask a question”
‘Wow straight to the point. But why is this computer giving
Even A Cagna Has Feelings [Nyo!RomanoXMale!Reader]Even A Cagna Has Feelings [Nyo!RomanoXMale!Reader]1 day ago in Short Stories More Like This
I Thought I Could Trust You...I Guess I was Wrong
“I can’t-a believe you, _____!” Roma shrieked at you angrily. “I trusted you-a! I told you everything and you went off and told Antonio!” She punched the wall as hard as she could, while refraining from taking her gun out of the holster and aiming it at you. “Damn you! My life may as-a well be ruined! My sorella (Sister) hasn’t even looked at-a me in a week and now I know-a why.” A tear traced her cheek as she punched the wall again and the red liquid began to drip from her knuckles.
“Roma, I-” You tried but she cut you off with a murderous glare.
Her voice broke, “I trusted you…” she punched the wall yet again despite how painful it must have been, “I should have-a known better than to trust a bastardo like you!”
“Roma, listen! I am s
Return of the scientists ch5"Lalna..." Lalna stood up in his cell.Return of the scientists ch519 hours ago in Short Stories More Like This
"It hurts.... EVERYTHING HURTS" Strippin broke out crying and screaming.
"EVERYTHING'S BURNING EVERYTHING STINGS!!!" His boney fingers clawed into his arms and face. He began to pull at his hair as he kept on screaming for help and mercy. He looked at Lalna with red and puffy eyes. His body twitched uncontrollably
"You s-said everything was g-going to be a-alright... " Strippin sat there in his cell, against the back wall, staring at Lalna, as his last screams escaped him. Lalna reached out of his cell and grabbed the back of Livid's coat. He took his other hand and turned Livid's face to meet his own.
"You've killed two people, my friends, right in front of my eyes. When I get out, I promise to kill you." Lalna pulled him closer and banged his head against the bars.
"I wouldn't do that if I was you..." Lalna let go of Livid's labcoat and moved back as one of the giant dogs tried to make it's way into his cage.
"There, no more problems. Now,
Andrew's Fallen Angel Pt. 1Andrew's Fallen Angel Pt. 1Andrew's Fallen Angel Pt. 11 day ago in Short Stories More Like This
The guys and I were on our way to the next venue for the concert. Juliet had called and texted me a bunch of times but I didn't want to talk to her. Honestly she was kind of bugging me with how many times she had called and texted. I continued staring out the window ignoring the sounds of Ashley's and Jake's voices. They were also bugging me at this present moment.
I heard my phone go off again. I picked it up and looked at the screen; another text from Juliet. I didn't really want to read it so I just put my phone back on the table and looked out the window again. We finally got to the venue. I really needed to smoke a cigarette right now so I walked out of the bus.
I walked over to the door of the theater and pulled a cigarette out of my pocket. I lit it and brought it to my lips exhaling the smoke out of my mouth. Suddenly I saw a girl walking along the sidewalk. She was not very tall about 5'7 or so. She was looking at the ground so I couldn't get a good
Observers- BBC Sherlock x Reader Chpt. 5It was only a couple of hours before John looked up from his computer to find you dozed off, pencil in hand, the activities of the day finally catching up with you. He slid the sketchbook off your lap, glancing briefly at your work- an array of sketches of him, Mrs. Hudson, the head, and quite a few of Sherlock- before setting it and the pencil on the table beside you.Observers- BBC Sherlock x Reader Chpt. 517 hours ago in Introductions & Chapters More Like This
You stirred when he did, groggily mumbling, “Just let me sleep here,” as you pulled yourself into a ball around your hand and shifted to rest your head on the arm of the chair.
“You could take my room.” John offered, to which you grunted and rolled so your back was to him.
He gave a half smile, ever since you were a kid you had liked to sleep curled up in an armchair because you felt safe in the small space. He covered you with a blanket and then went to bed himself, leaving you in his chair and Sherlock on the couch with his eyes closed.
Once John was gone his eyes snapped open and he examined yo
TGB - I See FireIt was, everything aside, a beautiful day. A new sheet of snow had fallen the night before and Tuari was amongst the first to mark the virgin snow as she led her Tribe to war. Lully was at her side, his presence comforting, as always, though there was a darkness in his usually gentle eyes, a hardness about him that Tuari assumed was merely due to the stress and danger of what they were about to do.TGB - I See Fire13 hours ago in Short Stories More Like This
When they reached the meeting place Tuari took one last look at her Tribe, gaze lingering on the cats that had become family to her, cats she viewed as her children of sorts. She opened her mouth, hoping to give them some sort of inspirational words but found that, when she truly looked into their determined faces there was naught she really had to say save for, “Let’s get our home back.” Her words were met with a murmur of agreement that rose into a wave of shouts – angry and hurting and desperate. “These beasts have plagued us for too long, taken t