Of Love and Marriage - Part 1A Wedding with StyleOf Love and Marriage - Part 14 years ago in Horror More Like This
Stan Marsh had never contemplated marriage before. As an intelligent and passionate, if not a bit cynical ten year old boy, Stan had never truly stopped to muse over what his relationship status would be like in the future. And he certainly did not consider the idea of marrying young. Marriage was for grown-ups who had nothing better to do with their lives, apparently, than to pay bills, run to the grocery store, or subtly argue over what to do with the kids on a Friday night.
No, Stan Marsh had never thought about marriage. Not until Wendy Testaburger broke up with him for what seemed like the tenth time that year. It had been less gut-wrenching than their first break-up. And he hadn't tried to prevent the situation from happening either. All he knew was that Wendy had become more and more vocal about spending time together doing 'couply things' as she had so aptly described it. Now, for Stan that entailed sitting with her at lunch time, holding her hand
MerNicktoons Chapter 1 The waves of the tropical ocean swayed gently as the pacific summer breeze blew across the sea. Below the surface, a great, colorful coral reef lay, making it a home to millions of small, tropical fish that swam either alone or in schools that seemed like a sparkling cloud, dancing in the waters as the sun shown on the fishes' shiny scales.MerNicktoons Chapter 15 years ago in Fan Fiction More Like This
The reef was huge and long, a good ten miles long and going as deep as a five story building. Following the reef to its end on its right lead out to the open ocean, but to its left, the ending seemed to go out to the ocean as well, but a turn to the right revealed otherwise. A large area filled with patches of seaweed and rocks seemed almost hidden after passing the gigantic reef. The area was home to clams and snails, either out in the open, or hiding in the plants or under rocks.
This area attracted one particular mollusk lover; a carefree,
Unknown Brotherhood Chapter 1 Prologue: The night was still, dark, and cool in Fenton Works. A young, 4-year-old boy with raven black hair lay awake in his bed. A noise from the basement had woken him. His eyes were wide and tired, but he did not move a muscle.Unknown Brotherhood Chapter 15 years ago in Fan Fiction More Like This
Someone was in the house.
He listened ever so quietly and carefully, feeling his heart beat inside his chest. Footsteps. They slowly made their way up the stairs. They passed his bedroom. He heard the door at the end of the hall begin to creek open; his baby brother's room.
Alarm struck him and he jumped out of bed, not making a sound, and opened his door. He glanced down the hall and saw his brother's room's door opened a tad. He tip-toed his way there, and peeked inside. A dark figure had picked up his baby brother from his crib.
He stared wide eyed and scared at the figure holding his tiny brother. "...don't hurt my little bwother..." h
They say, "Grow Up"I dream of being a Lyoko WarriorThey say, "Grow Up"4 years ago in Free Verse More Like This
Fighting monsters on a virtual universe
To save the world
But when I tell someone
They say, "Grow up"
I dream of flying on dragons
Soaring high above the clouds
To enjoy the thrill of life
But when I tell someone
They say, "Grow up"
I dream of breathing underwater
Deep beneath Earth's oceans
To find beauties of the universe
But when I tell someone
They say, "Grow up"
That's all the twenty-first generation says
Telling me to forget my amazing dreams
To just shatter them beneath my feet.
But when I tell someone
They say don't say a word.
I dream of a world that believes me
Who knows the meaning of happiness
To help the next generation thrive
But when I tell someone
They say, "Too late"
Darkest Realms Chapter 1 "...Why are we going up to your attic again?" SpongeBob asked Jimmy as he, Jimmy, Timmy and Danny climbed up to the attic of the Neutron household. "I told you; There's some boxes of science supplies I found up here and I need some help carrying it down to my lab," Jimmy reminded as they reached the attic. "So... you brought us here... for work?" Timmy questioned. "Yeah, that's correct," Jimmy replied. ".........I'm out..."Darkest Realms Chapter 15 years ago in Fan Fiction More Like This
Timmy turned to leave, only to be grabbed by the shoulder and spun around. "Hey!" Jimmy argued, then sighed and cooled his voice, "You know, you never know what you'll find up here... there might even be something interesting up here." "What... dust bunnies and cobwebs? Yeah... that's thrilling..." Danny added sarcastically.
"Fine..." Jimmy muttered, "Can you at least help me get this stuff down, and then we can do whatever afterwards." The others shrugged, "Alright..." They got to work u
Darkest Realms Chapter 3It had begun to rain when the four reached the edge of a forest. They raced under a large leaf to shelter themselves from the cold and stared out into the fog. They all panted heavilly from running away from the evil Uka Clan, trying to stay unnoticed as long as possible. "We don't want to attract attention,"Jimmy had stated earlier, "We want to remain unseen as much as we can..." "But then who's going to help us get home?" SpongeBob asked in a nervous tone. "I don't know if anyone in this world is friendly, SpongeBob..." Danny replied, "I think we'd be home now if those stupid dinosaurs weren't so savage..."Darkest Realms Chapter 35 years ago in Fan Fiction More Like This
They now sat in silent fear under the large leaf, they're bodies scrunched together to try and keep warm from the cold wind. "...will we ever get home?" Timmy asked and turned to the others. Jimmy sighed and looked at the ground, unsure of what to say, SpongeBob scrunched himself together more and closed his eyes without a response, and Danny glanced at the
SP: Smile - Cryle.SmileSP: Smile - Cryle.6 years ago in Fan Fiction More Like This
"A day without a laugh is a wasted day." - Charles Chaplin.
- - - - - -
At first glance of Craig Tucker your eyes will squint to get a double take on what you see. He's good looking - possibly beyond just good looking - his eyes are dark and his nose - if you asked - is his favourite piece of his body. Odd, yes. But that's why people adore Craig. Because he's unexpected, funny - in ways that only several people can understand - and smug in a way that makes people smile.
Craig has a tendency to make a situation either awkward, or he can make it work. He can be silent for a long time and pipe up at a random moment, make a face or just shrug and people will understand what he's saying and continue talking.
But there's one thing that nobody, but I, really questions. Why doesn't he smile as openly as other people? Is he ashamed of his smile? No. Of course not, Craig would look good in any situation - even possibly crying. Craig's emotions are shown throu
Darkest Realms Chapter 2 The others stood up with their mouths hanging open as they stared up at the temple. "What...is that?" SpongeBob asked as he stared in awe. "I don't know..." Jimmy replied, "It...looks like some kind of ancient ritual celebrating area from the earlier periods of civilization..." "So...do you think there's people inside?" Timmy asked. They listened for a moment, and heard a faint sound of chanting. "Sure sounds like it...let's go see," Danny said as he started towards the temple.Darkest Realms Chapter 25 years ago in Fan Fiction More Like This
The entrance engulfed them in a brilliance of gold engraved walls and carvings. Pillars went down the hall as far as they could see, creating a maze of confusion. Turquoise bricks stacked together created the walls, and deep yellow bricks stacked together held the pillars in one piece. The four cautiously made their way down the hall, the chanting growing louder. "...I...I don't know about this guys..." SpongeBob whispered. "Don't worry, dude! What's th
Unknown Brotherhood Chapter 4Poke.Unknown Brotherhood Chapter 45 years ago in Fan Fiction More Like This
Danny groaned and turned over in his sleep.
"...nnnngh...cut it out..."
Danny's eyes shot open in annoyance and sat up. "WHAT?!" He looked down to the side of his bed to see Timmy standing there, wide eyed and pale as though he saw a ghost...aside from Danny, of course. In his hands he held a large photo album, which was almost as big as the small, brown-haired boy was.
The older one stared at the younger for a moment, his expression softening as he saw terror in the small one's blue eyes. "Timmy?" Danny mumbled with consern in his voice, "You alright?" He picked the small one up and sat him on the bed beside him. Timmy hesitated to answer for a moment, but sent the photo album down to show Danny.
Danny blinked, "Where'd you find this?" Timmy looked up at him and replied in a soft voice, "...promise you won't get mad?" Danny's eyelids drooped a bit, giving Timmy an I-know-what-you-did stare. "You w
BenxRex FanficBenxRex Fanfic3 years ago in Short Stories More Like This
All that could be heard outside on the cool Sunday morning was the sounds of metal
clashing against diamond. Young Andy Salazar-Tennyson was doing his weekly training
session with his father, Benjamin Tennyson, and he was not doing well.
"Come on son, your losing against Diamond Head?" Ben asked as he blocked two of his
son's attacks with his arm.
"It's not fair, you only have an Ultimatrix. I have to train both my nanites and my
Omnitrix!" Andy asked as he switched to his Smack Hands and began to shield himself
from his father's oncoming diamond shards. "And speaking of which, I am already 13, and
turning 14 soon. Don't you think I'm ready for an Ultimatrix?" He then switched back to
his sword and charged at his father.
"Really Andy, just running straight at your opponent like that? I thought I taught you
better than that."
"You did." And at the last minute, Andy slid between his f
BetrayalBetrayal3 years ago in Traditional Fixed Forms More Like This
I miss you...
and I yet I depise you, for all those years of
Keeping secrets behind my back and not openly speak to me about it.
Do you know...have any idea at all,
how hurt and betrayed I feel?
Probably not since you're off living the supposed "High" life and left
us -Your family and I- biting in the dust.
I can't believed I trusted you...
God only knows if you spilled some of the secrets that I told you and for you alone.
You betrayer...I just want to scream and yell at you
for making me look such like a fool.
I want to snap that Serpentine neck of yours and throw your bodyless head to ground, and
watch as your body stuggles to fine its main piece while dying on dot.
I despise you,
I hate you,
I abhore you, and yet
I am and always will be your friend.
My home and arms are always open to you.
Come back home you silly bird...
So that I may take care and nurse your wounds...
Guardians of Light: Chapter II Since it was the end of October, the air was cool with the nip of fall, the leaves of trees different colors, either in the process of falling off or completely bare already. The sun had already set, and the three Guardians and the young Keeper were sheltered within an inn in a new village, miles away from the village where Eustace Strytch lived.Guardians of Light: Chapter II2 years ago in General Fiction More Like This
Timmy looked over at the bed next to the queen sized one he sat on, seeing Danny, who had dozed off, lying there in an exhausted heap. He'd been on night watch since they'd found Timmy, and he finally crashed. The youngest couldn't help but smile lightly over at him. He'd really grown on Timmy, like a protective older brother. It really made him feel safe. There hadn't even been a Darkness incident since Strytch Manor.
Jimmy, who sat next to him on the rather large bed, looked quite exhausted as well. He stared with half lidded eyes at the warm fireplace in front of the two beds which illuminated the dark
Guardians of Light: Chapter I A breeze as cold as winter's first wind could not have compared to the chilling, heart stopping one that welled through the leaves of the forest, making everything, including the plants, seem restless.Guardians of Light: Chapter I2 years ago in General Fiction More Like This
Soft footsteps padded delicately but swiftly against the dirt of the forest floor. Light panting emitted from the small form; a young brunette haired boy in a white hooded cloak. Terror shown in his blue eyes through the darkness of the forest as he continued to run from the roaring beast of a mass, following closely behind him.
He dared not turn to see what it was, as he knew all too well what was pursuing him. He could feel its cold presence on his back, its black tentacles slithering ever closer.
So close, in fact, that they tripped him.
Squeaking in distress, the boy tumbled forward through bushes and over broken branches, earning himself a few small minor cuts on h
Just a Platypus [Phinerb]Perry had worried for them, in the beginning.Just a Platypus [Phinerb]3 years ago in Short Stories More Like This
He was the only one who knew for such a long time. And why not? He was just a platypus; they didn't do much. They certainly didn't catch you kissing your brother and judge you for it. How could they? Platypi were such simple creatures.
They never felt the need to hide themselves around him.
And it had deeply disturbed him at first. Vividly he could recall the day he had come into their room, intent upon chewing on a pillow until he was fed, and suddenly being met with the sight of Phineas shoving his tongue down Ferb's throat. He had stood perfectly still as they tugged each other's hair and whispered amorously between kisses. And then Phineas turned to him, and as if nothing was wrong, he simply said, "Oh, there you are, Perry!"
Perry had never wished so fervently that he was not there.
He had wondered, for a time, if perhaps he had walked in on something that wouldn't happen again. Maybe it was an invention of thei
Father's DayFather's Day4 years ago in General Fiction More Like This
It had been an exhausting and emotional week for Phineas. The Monday announcement of the school's yearly Father's Day Activities had made him just as excited as the years before; he and Ferb would both take turns entering one obstacle race and competition after another with their father. It had been something Principal Beauregard came up with for the entire high school. And every year, the games were more and more interesting.
As usual, Phineas was looking forward to that coming weekend.
At least until the new kid from the eleventh grade spoke up.
"Those Father's Day games are for dads and their kids; not dads and their stepkids."
At first, Phineas had shrugged it off, as usual. He had known Lawrence for so long now, he had never considered him as his stepfather, but merely as his father. And Ferb had acted the same way with Linda being his mother.
But the more that teenager had insisted it, and in a very rude manner, the more it began to bother Phineas, as well a
The Art of Silence [Phinerb]The Art of SilenceThe Art of Silence [Phinerb]3 years ago in Short Stories More Like This
In many ways, they were alike; their intelligence, their love of adventure and creation, their imaginations things that made them work well as brothers, and also as lovers, when the time came. But there were ways in which they were different as well. But these differences were welcome, because what relationship was worth it with no challenge? What pair was interesting when they were exactly the same? This was perfect for them. After all, "boring" was not a word in the vocabulary of Phineas Flynn and Ferb Fletcher.
As had become somewhat of a tradition on warm Sundays such as this, the two teenagers were not outside building or adventuring or socializing; they were inside, relaxing comfortably on the taller of their two beds. It was said that on the seventh day, God rested; so too did Danville's smartest young men rest when the end of the week rolled around. They needed some time to themselves, not only to recharge their batteries, but to bask in one anot
Fatal Phantom: Ghost Butterfly Chapter 4Fatal Phantom: Ghost Butterfly Chapter 43 years ago in Sci-Fi More Like This
Fenton shined his light upon the ghosts as he shook in fear and began hyperventilating. They stalked slowly toward him, moaning gibberish to each other. The teen pressed his back as hard as he could against the wood, barely able to hold the flashlight in his quivering hand. He stared frantically from one ghost to the other, unable to form a clear thought. What do they want?
He suddenly remembered the camera hanging around his neck. Fenton fumbled it in his hand, pointed it toward the ghosts, and pressed the button. But he apparently had pressed the wrong one; the camera made a low winding down sound, then folded itself into a tight box the size of a wallet.
Fenton gasped loudly and attempted to pry it open, smacking the side with his palm and shaking it violently, but it wouldn't budge, "No no no no no! Not now!"
He looked back up just in time to see one of the ghosts swinging his sickle down at him. Fenton barely managed to duck in time, the sharp tip embedded in the gat
Fatal Phantom: Ghost Butterfly Chapter 2Fatal Phantom: Ghost Butterfly Chapter 23 years ago in Sci-Fi More Like This
It was an eerie, cold sight, like nothing they'd ever seen before. The sky was a dark, subdued indigo, nothing like the bright sky of the human world or the ghost zone. Clouds drifted slowly in front of the moon, not a single star shining. The sight of the village itself gave the boys shivers, just as dark and lifeless as a graveyard. The only light being from dimly lit paper lanterns and torches, which did little more than cast shadows against the old buildings. The air was cold and heavy, cold like a chill winter morning, yet there was no mist upon their breath, nor chills against their skin.
The pair stared in silence, neither sure what to say next. Words didn't need to be exchanged between them to know how frightened each other was. Phantom's words had set the scene a bit it too well, it did indeed look like a lost village, trapped in time. But just where was this village?
Fenton finally broke the silence, the only real question he could form, "W-what do you mean? 'The lost village
Fatal Phantom: Ghost Butterfly Chapter 1Fatal Phantom: Ghost Butterfly Chapter 13 years ago in Sci-Fi More Like This
It had been two years since Danny and his ghost side separated from one body, but it didn't feel like it had been that long. People treated them so differently now; the Fenton family had gained another son, though some say only by appearance. Since there were now two Danny's, they couldn't very well call them both by the same name. Their birth son was still called Danny, and their new ghost son was simply called Phantom. It felt demeaning somehow, only acknowledging him as a ghost rather than a boy with a real name. But he just brushed it off most of the time; after all, there couldn't really be two Danny's in the same household, right? But between the pair, they referred to each other as Fenton and Phantom; it had a nice ring to it, though they did call each other Danny on rare occasions. Jazz was really the only other person who picked up their names they gave each other, honoring their decision to call themselves that.
Summer was always fun, swimming, camping, goofing off, and best
South Park: Stranger Like MeSouth Park: Stranger Like Me4 years ago in Fan Fiction More Like This
Butters leaned against the large trunk of the tree while being basically stranded in the middle of the jungle, stuck up in a huge tree. It was raining and the rain mixed with humid weather wasn't helping. Oh, and for the fact he got saved from a bunch of pissed-off baboons by a strange boy who was barely wearing any clothes.
Butters kept a distance from the strange boy. The boy's hair was long and dirty, but you could tell he was a blond. His only piece of clothing was a loincloth, which made Butters blush and look away. The boy wasn't saying anything to him, just staring at him with his curious blue eyes.
Butters nervously chuckled, not knowing what to say. Well, he should thank the weird guy for saving him from a bunch dangerous animals. Butters looked at the strange boy and cleared his throat. The sound seem to caught the boy's attention and Butters awkwardly smiled.
"W-Well, I-I should...t-thank you for, you know, s-savin' me and all. S-So...t-thank you."
The boy looked at him, con
The Path of Destiny Part 25The Path of DestinyThe Path of Destiny Part 256 years ago in Fan Fiction More Like This
Chapter 25-Race Against Time
Rosie, Wildflame, Snowcrystal, and Spark had begun their journey again, searching for Articuno with renewed hope. Snowcrystal believed that if Rosie had managed to escape, there was certainly hope for Stormblade and Thunder, especially if they could convince Articuno to help them. The going was slow, however, because of Rosie and Spark’s injuries, but this time, no one seemed to mind.
Wildflame had caught prey for them all earlier, and they had rested at a cool, fresh stream. Even Rosie was feeling better, though she was still forced to limp awkwardly. Spark stayed close to Rosie as they followed Wildflame and Snowcrystal. Rosie was quickly growing tired of his comments.
“You know what’s good about being injured, Rosie?” the jolteon asked.
“Nothing…” Rosie muttered, annoyed.
Spark carried on as if he hadn’t heard. “Everyone does stuff for you! Like that spearow Wildflame brough
The Path of Destiny Part 35The Path of DestinyThe Path of Destiny Part 356 years ago in Fan Fiction More Like This
Chapter 35 - The Crystal Abyss
It wasn’t long before Snowcrystal and her friends met up with Nightshade and the others in the large cavern. The golbat knew the entire cave by heart, and quickly showed them the shortest way to the place where their friends rested. The going had still been somewhat slow, but this time it hadn’t just been Stormblade who was slowing the group down. Thunder had been having difficulty keeping up as well, though she had tried to disguise that fact by acting as if she wanted the others to walk ahead with the strangers instead of near her.
Despite the journey being slow, everyone had made it without any danger. Now the group huddled in the cavern, listening to a few zubat who had explored the cave while looking for Snowcrystal’s group talking to Shade.
“We went by a few of the exits…there are strange pokémon everywhere…just waiting. One of them shot a flamethrower at us.”
The Path of Destiny Part 44The Path of DestinyThe Path of Destiny Part 445 years ago in Fan Fiction More Like This
Chapter 44-The Start of the Mountain Journey
As the group traveled and got ever closer to reaching the mountain, Snowcrystal began to notice that it felt colder. It was a welcome feeling to her, but she could tell that a few of the others were a bit unnerved by it, and Thunder was constantly shivering. She knew the cold winds were coming from the direction of the mountain, and wondered if the cold had something to do with Articuno, or whether the mountain was just naturally that way. The massive stone monolith ahead of them loomed ever closer, and Snowcrystal hoped that they would reach it by the end of the day.
"There's a stream over that way," Alex called from up ahead, standing and pointing as her fur was whipped around by the wind. "It'll take a little while to get there, but there should be lots of prey "
"It's too far out of our way," Wildflame replied crossly, narrowing her eyes against the wind. "We need to get to the mountain by sundown."
The Path of Destiny Part 14The Path of Destiny Part 147 years ago in Fan Fiction More Like This
The Path of Destiny
Chapter Fourteen - Disaster Strikes
Snowcrystal knew that the others were exhausted. Even though it was still morning, the growlithe could tell that it was going to be a long, hot day. And while Wildflame and Rosie wouldn’t mind all that much, it was certainly bad news for Stormblade.
Beside Snowcrystal, Rosie yawned. “Snowcrystal…how long are we gonna keep walking?” the vulpix asked tiredly.
“For a little while,” Wildflame told Rosie, answering for Snowcrystal herself. The houndoom seemed worried and impatient, as if she wanted to get as far away from the site of the Shadowflare attack as possible. Turning her head, she motioned with it toward the others up ahead. “Stormblade, come on,” she urged the pokémon beside her. She was still supporting the scyther’s weight, only able to move as fast as he could. Stormblade’s pace was painfully slow. He was forced to hobble along after the group, unable