Waitress!- Jeff The Killer x Reader Ch. 13Waitress!- Jeff The Killer x Reader Ch. 13 10 hours ago in Introductions & Chapters More Like This
Y/N- Waitress! Ch. 13
Jeff The Killer x Reader
"Slenderman!!! Open the door! We need to get inside! Its raining and Y/N is getting wet! I dont want her sick for the wedding!" Jeff screamed pulling you towards him. Slenderman calmly opened the door and let you in first. Jeff took off his jacket and ran upstairs for a blanket for you. "Where do you think you're going, Jeff?" Slenderman said grabbing Jeff mid-stairs with a tentacle. "i need to keep Y/N warm, I don't want her sick for the wedding." Jeff replied trying to get Slenderman to free him. Slenderman nodded and let him go upstairs. He turned to look at you and asked: "wedding? You two are getting married?" You nodded and smiled. "Indeed. And we want to get married in the middle of nowhere, 'cause that way nobody will hear the priests screams when he sees... The CreepyPasta gang." Then he nodded and you heard Jeff's footsteps hitting the wooden stairs. He walked up to you smi
'Everything You Can Find' Ch.3“So, what can I help you with today, Lucan” Dr. Payton greeted Lucan amiably as they both took their seats in the large office that was the therapists private practice.'Everything You Can Find' Ch.39 hours ago in Introductions & Chapters More Like This
Lucan lets out a derisive breath before contemplating where he should begin with what is wrong with his life, besides his constant ennui and the appearance of a certain person in his life that caused some conflicting feelings. On the one hand Mason looked good—Healthy. Even if Lucan didn’t really want to admit it he was happy to see him alive and not dead in a ditch somewhere. On the other hand there was a part of Lucan that wished he could push Mason into the ditch himself.
“I don’t know where to start” Lucan confesses tiredly.
Lucan didn’t enjoy talking about his emotions or about himself in general, really. But the therapist was a must after his thoughts had taken a much darker turn, and that point he had been diagnosed with depression and severe anxiety, put on medicat
Prologue I lay awake all night; praying, crying, shaking. I had thought that you would come that day. That somehow you would just appear out of nowhere, walking up the street, and when I opened the door, you would be there, with tears on your cheeks too… and we would cry… and embrace… together.Prologue10 hours ago in Introductions & Chapters More Like This
When I woke up this morning, I was sure I had heard you knocking. I ran downstairs and flung open the front door, running into the morning light… and I searched for you… and searched… and searched. But I could not find you. I stood there, in the middle of the street… just staring off into the distant sunrise, tears running down my face… and I realized… it was all just a dream. Maybe it had all been just a dream…a product of my imagination gone insane. But then I looked down at the ring on my hand; and I knew that this was real… all of it.
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It was the day after the funeral. I was still in disbelief that she had gone. Oscar had started asking questions about his mommy. I wished my reply could be “she’ll be back soon” like she had popped out to get something from the shops or “she’s upstairs”. Because then I would know I wasn’t alone. I wouldn’t have to re-shift and re-shape my life without her by my side. As my wife. My heart aching for the rest of my life. I wouldn’t have to endure this pain that seemed wouldn’t fade.
Nothing is going to get better. Bonnie’s not here and I am. So is Oscar. In a way, I believed she would come back. Just walk in the room like she’d been in the bath for the past hour or putting clothes away. Sometimes I thought I could turn round and except to see her cooking dinner in the kitchen or playing on the floor with Oscar, innocently crashing cars into each other. But she w
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[Song to accompany chapter: Kate Bush - "Breathing"]
Rain fell. Trees rustled. Wind blew. The clock ticked. The dingy basement was washed with darkness. All was silent, except for the sounds coming from outside. And the tick-tocking of the clock. Counting down time. These were sounds I would have previously been partially oblivious to. Sleeping through them. All of them noises that suggested that life continued. It goes on. But how was I to do so when my life had been taken away from me? How was I supposed to cope with this pain? What about me? I couldn’t do this. I didn’t even know what to think, do or say anymore. My body was on auto-pilot, taken over by something else. My mind blank, empty, useless.
I felt envious as I laid flat on my back, idly, staring up at the ceiling through the misty dark. I couldn’t even build up any strength
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[Song to accompany chapter: Enya - "Watermark"]
My thoughts about death had never gone as far as what happens after one has left behind those loved most. In my darker days, I believed you just left the world and your body behind. I never gave much thought to it. It was just the end of the line.
My arms propped me up against the tiled surface as steaming water ran down my side. I stood in the diminutive puddle around my feet, staring blankly at the wall. I could feel the rise and fall of my chest, my respiration heavy and my veins palpitating. It reminded me I was still alive. I was still on this earth. Enduring this agony.
My hair flopped in front of my eyes and stuck to my temples. I pressed my forehead into the tiles between my hands then let my head fall backwards. I repeated the motion, hitting my head harder, increasing the force
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[Song to accompany chapter: Shakespeare's Sister - "Stay"]
It was 3:05AM. My heart was racing in my chest. I was panicking. My chest got tight and my stomach churned, tensed. I was rushing as fast as I could to get my clothes on, slipping my boots on without doing the laces up.
I sped down the road, urgently trying to avoid the traffic and aggressively smacked the steering wheel every time someone got in my way. I reached the hospital and ran towards the entrance. I felt anxious. My stomach had not stopped turning.
I heard Marc call me from the corridor. He was with mom and dad. I hurried towards them and we rushed to Bonnie’s room.
I looked on in horror as I saw five doctors gathered around her. Her chest was being frantically pressed down by a pair of clasped hands. I watched her bod
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The rain hit the ground harshly and became increasingly stronger as I walked through the hospital entrance. My mom and dad had drove me to the hospital on the cold, wet morning. It had been nearly a week and a half since the incident. Bonnie was still unconscious, though she had made some promising development.
I sat in the room at Bonnie’s bedside, caressing her hand and tracing my fingertips across her wedding ring. I hoped she would pull through. The doctors had said her condition was improving and she could wake up anytime soon. Her wounds started to look better and she was a much healthier colour.
“I love you, baby girl.” I whispered as I neared her, “Oscar keeps asking when he can see you. He misses you, Bon. I miss you. I wanna hear your voice again.”
A small tear dribbled down my cheek as I clasped her hand tighter.
“She’ll be fine, honey.
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[Song to accompany chapter: Gary Jules - "Mad World"]
My world had come to a halt. My mind wasn’t thinking straight. My heart was broken to pieces. I couldn’t think about anything. I had rushed through the corridor after hearing what had happened. They hadn’t even got out of New Jersey. I pelted to the hospital in my car, heart beating out of my chest and my mind blank. I stopped suddenly in my tracks when I got to the room where Bonnie was. I looked through the window before entering.
Marc and Anna were at her bedside. They were chatting amongst themselves. Anna had a concerned look on her face as Marc pulled her into him.
I took a shaky deep breath and turned the handle. They both panned their eyes in my direction as I let the door fall shut behind me. I looked sternly at Anna. She had a cut above her eyebrow and cheek
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Hands entwined around my waist and enveloped me close into a warm body. I felt moist lips smother the side of my neck and rail up to my jaw line. My eyes fell shut briefly then I was lifted from the floor. I squealed in excitement as I was placed back on to my feet.
“Gonna miss you, baby.”
“I’ll miss you, too, darlin’, don’t worry.” I uttered, my arms wrapping around Jason’s neck.
We lingered in a lustful kiss. The bed wobbled slightly underneath both our bodies. Jason’s hand crept up my thigh, skimming under my top and caressing my tepid skin. He progressed higher before I clasped his hand.
“I’ve gotta get ready. Don’t start something we wont have time to finish.” I tittered, removing his hand from my chest.
Jason groaned and rolled on to his back, placing his arms behind his head. I scooted off th
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I curtly tugged the front of the shirt down after fastening the last button. Oscar was dressed in a light blue and grey chequered shirt and black jeans. He toddled around, spinning on his feet and giggling.
“Don’t you look smart, baby boy?” I smiled, watching him dance about.
“Thank ewe, mommy.” He ran up to me and gave me a pouted kiss on the lips.
“Love you, sweetie.”
“Yuv ewe, too, mommy.”
The front door slammed shut. Footsteps clomped into the living room and hands crept over my shoulders. They trailed down my front as soft lips peppered kisses over my neck.
“How’s my wife?”
I smirked and leaned into the kiss that locked our lips together. My arms traced around Jason’s neck, my body turning towards the embrace. He held me firmly against his warm body and lifted me
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A bird swooped down to the grass in front of us. It began to peck at the pieces of bread that had been scattered across the ground. Oscar had decided he wanted to feed the birds the leftovers from our afternoon picnic.
“Ook, mommy! Birdies eated et!” he squealed, getting too excited for the birds to want to stick around.
He stepped closer to the swarm and they shot up into the air suddenly.
“Birdie yont cocalut?”
“No, Oz, baby. Birdies don’t eat chocolate. Come on, we’ve gotta go.” I said as I packed away the blankets and plastic cups.
“No!” Oscar protested.
He ran towards the birds that had reformed underneath a nearby tree.
“Oscar! We’re going!” I called out, “Bye bye!”
He took no notice of my warnings and continued to try and feed the birds his m
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It was quiet. There was the light tapping of the rain on the windows but everything was silent. Usually bringing a new baby into the home would cause chaos. Not a sound. Both mother and baby were exhausted from the birth. Bonnie hadn’t had any sleep for the whole duration she was in hospital. Mainly because the nurses walk around all night and then wake you up at stupid o’clock in the morning. I had to force her to get to bed and have some sleep after she was happy to leave me with my fatherly duties.
Our little boy was curled and wrapped in a blue blanket. It had his name - Oscar - embellished at the corner in script. He looked serene in his blue frilled moses basket. I rocked him slightly and gazed at him in disbelief. He was here. He was our responsibility. He was our son.
“Hello, daddy.” cooed Anna as she crept through the living room door, “Oh, bless ‘im.”
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Small tears trickled down my cheek as I clutched my stomach. I grimaced with each sharp pain, the pressure tightening on my bump. Hard breaths of air escaped passed my gritted teeth. Cries and whimpers husked through my mouth.
I was beginning to become slightly warmer in my face as each contraction drained me. I panicked when I could feel a wet gush from below. A cry erupted even louder as I realised my waters had broke. The pain in my lower abdomen was getting more unbearable. I tried to stand from crouching over the end of the bed but I could feel another contraction creeping up and braced myself on the floor again.
I was screaming while breathing heavily during intervals of pain as we sped passed people walking around different corridors in the hospital. I was kneeling on to the back rest of the wheelchair and trying to maintain my energy through intense pains. I could hear voices but couldn’t differentiate
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I was left feeling distressed. Bonnie and I had received a reality check; Anna had lost the baby. I couldn’t have been more distraught for her and Marc. I felt guilt and determination; not wanting to go through that same scenario again myself made me more aware of how Bonnie was feeling.
Upon leaving, Bonnie had revealed her true feelings about me going away for three weeks so near her due date. It made me feel helpless. She had not been herself for the past few weeks and it unsettled me knowing she was going through that worry without me there. I tried my best to put her at ease; I promised I would get home as soon as possible if anything started to happen. No matter what, she always came first. All I could think about was getting back to her. We were set to be proud parents in just over a month but I couldn’t think about that.
We were preparing to go and perform in less than an hour. Sound check had al
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[Song to accompany chapter: Evanescence - "Understanding"]
Softly stroking the knee of the tiny denim jeans, I eyed the various small pants among other miniature clothes. It brought a smile to my face; I was finally having my little baby I had longed for. I replaced the jeans on the rack and continued to browse the baby section.
“Hannah,” I called out, “what ones are better?”
She walked over to me from the maternity clothes as I held out two different sets of tiny booties.
“I think you should get one pair and I’ll get the others. They’re both cute.” she replied after examining them, “You can have them as an early present.”
I squealed and put both pairs into the basket along with the various other baby necessities.
“I just know I
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The waiting room was silent. Not a sound. The neutral coloured walls were beginning to make me feel as though I was in a mental institute. They were scarcely plastered with notice boards and signs. Nurses pacing footsteps echoed down corridors and an occasional cough sounded. I had read the same poster numerous times: GET HELP TO QUIT SMOKING!
I drew my eyes to the seat on my right. Bonnie was always so patient. She was sitting quietly reading a magazine she had picked up from the table in the middle of the room. Her hand perched on top of her belly that slightly protruded under her grey top. I smiled to myself; I was glad everything was easier. We knew what we were doing this time round. We were standing on our own two feet. We had a house and my parents approved of the pregnancy.
“Bonnie,” I spoke in my quietest voice, “I’m bored and dying for a smoke.”
“Oh, shut u
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[Song to accompany chapter: Ozzy Osbourne - "I Just Want You"]
Water dripped from the cotton wool and steam steadily rose from the bowl of heated salt water. Jason sat in a chair at the kitchen table, slouched back and puffing on a cigarette, aggrieved. His face remained cut and reddened. My shaky hand softly dabbed the cotton wool on individual sores and wounds, causing him to flinch.
“You know I hate fighting.” I muttered as I squeezed the cotton wool, crimson coloured water dribbling into the bowl.
“I know.” His voice was quiet.
I could tell he was sorry. I wasn’t in the mood to be angry at him and I genuinely didn’t have the heart to either; it wasn’t his fault this time. He was trying to protect me. But if it had been a few years earlier, it would have been a totally different