breathing space storylineBackground:
About a year ago, Sora had scarified himself in order to keep Kairis heart beating. Over that year, Kairi had become depressed and was going through Soras personals in his room. She had found a picture of a pretty little blonde girl, whose eyes were as blue as the ocean. Intrigued, she had gone to find this girl. Finally, she had found Naminé and they had become best friends. Naminé hears that Sora had died, and does everything she can to ease Kairis pain. Since shes a witch who can twist or create memories, she decides that once Kairis sleeping, shell edit her memories to make her forget about Sora, and remember herself in Soras place. Not knowing how close they were, Naminé smiles as the months go by, knowing that Kairis in high spirits.
Kairis in Naminés beautiful white room, where the two are chatting. Dont you want to know the truth... about who you really
Sick Little BoyI growled as I fetched a pail from the dorm bathroom. Why couldnt he just take care of himself? I placed the old pail close to his bed, avoiding his sneezes so I wouldnt get sick myself.Sick Little Boy7 years ago in Fan Fiction More Like This
Ugh thanks Gary he croaked.
Shut up, Im only doing this because the nurse made me, I whispered just enough so that he could hear. I felt sick myself as I looked at his dull, brown eyes. His skin was white as a sheet and he looked so fragile.
Youll be well soon Pete, I promised.
The school nurse had already come down, taken a look at him and given us her diagnosis.
It was just the flu.
It wasnt too serious, but it was contagious. The other boys had shied off when she asked if any one would volunteer to take care of him. As his only friend, she targeted the closest boy in sight. I stood up, walked over to the window and glanced out. The snow seemed to dance as it fell, blanketing the sidewalks in white. Overhead, clouds obscure
The Show Must Go On - Act IThe last bell of the day echoed through the Bullworth Academy campus. The students, at least the ones that bothered to go to class, poured out of the main building. It was the end of the first week of school and everyone was eager for the weekend. Not much had changed over the summer since Gary was sent away. The cliques still had their occasional disputes but over all there was a stronger sense of order in the school. Peter Kowalski, the newly appointed head boy, worked almost the entire summer to fix the mess Gary left behind. The rest of his summer was spent out of town with his parents.The Show Must Go On - Act I8 years ago in Fan Fiction More Like This
Jimmy never bothered to ask where Petey went. He figured that if it was important enough then he wouldn't have to ask, he'd be told.
It was hot. Summer had yet to give into autumn though a few leaves were already showing tiny hints of color. Jimmy walked slowly down the steps of the main school building. He had no where to be. Earlier a few students invited him to hang out with them but Jimmy had ot
Share my Nightmares-GaryxPeteyWind slammed the tree branches against the window in a rapid knocking, begging him to let the rain intermix with his fear. Femme-Boy, earned his nickname, indeed, when he shrieked like a Preppy whod just seen a spider after the thunder shook the entire boys dorm. Nervous and trembling, Petey looked over to the bed opposite his. Deep within the confines of the white sheets slept the scar-faced boy, a scowl clouding his handsome features, mingled with the chaos of restless dreams. He gulped, sitting up abruptly at the sound of lightning striking something metal How can he sleep so soundly? Petey half-whined, half-whispered. For that matter, how on earth could someone so psychotic and conniving look so innocent in his sleep? Why am I looking at him...? It wasn't like he was ugly or anything. Especially with that scar, it only made him look much more attractive, giving the sort of 'bad-boy' look to those who didn't really know him. Heat flashed, making hShare my Nightmares-GaryxPetey7 years ago in Fan Fiction More Like This
Bully: JohnnyxPeanutBenefits of AllergiesBully: JohnnyxPeanut7 years ago in Fan Fiction More Like This
He had allergies. Oh, he had allergies. And it made him miserable.
Allergies are for nerds, not him. Not an almighty greaser.
But he had them, and it made his head throb, his nose run, and his entire body ache. Larry was the only one who knew, who would ever know. Not even Lola knew.
He hadn't really wanted Larry to know either, but he seemed to notice anything that went wrong with the older teen. And the only one to take care of what ever went wrong. From allergies to homework to annoying preppies. Larry was always there to take care of him.
Peanut dropped a wet cloth over his bosses forehead and looked at the collection of medication he had taken from the nurse. Hey, if she wasn't there to tell him no, then it wasn't bad.... right? He shook his head.
'Not that it matters, I'd steal for him.'
Peanut picked a Tylenol and a Advil out of the pile and handed it to Johnny, "This'll help with the head ache." then he grabbed two NyQuil and looked them over. "Will
The Problem with Coasters...The carnival was as bright as Disneyland on its fiftieth anniversary, and almost as packed. All sorts of people showed up to waste their money and go on rickety half-broken rides – including at least half of the Bullworth student body, despite the fact that they were breaking curfew just to screw around at an old fairground. It was almost a perfect date night, Petey reflected.The Problem with Coasters...8 years ago in General Fiction More Like This
So, it was kind of depressing that he was there in the company of Gary Smith.
On the bright side, nobody had shoved him into a garbage can yet. Somehow Gary had warded off all of that bullying, for the moment, and most of the greasers, preppies, townies and bullies had all walked past Petey without giving him a second glance. On the not-so-bright side, Gary was dragging him everywhere to see everything, including the places Petey didn't particularly want to go. The worst part was that Petey could tell Gary was getting more and more dis