Clomp, clomp, clomp. The sound of gumboots on the new fallen snow as they each grabbed shovel to move the heaps - Slushy had really done it this year. Prisoners, big ones, small ones, fat ones, thin ones all shoveling away.
Being mistaken for a man is quite degrading, but Bonnie never really took it to heart (well she had Clyde). It was coming up to nine o clock, and was very dark. The only light was from the dim street lamps and even her cell looked pretty cosy from here.
"Okay let's pack it up" bellowed Officer Kaiiko, his voice so loud in the nearly silent night. Bonnie and Clyde's ears pirked up, finally dinner. Kaiiko walked by pointing the prisoners one by one as he walked by to put the shovel back in the shed. But Bonnie wasnt allowed to go inside.
"Keep shoveling kid." said Kaiiko putting Bonnie down. She watched the others pile in to the warm building as she stood there shovel in
Girl TalkGirl Talk8 years ago in Fan Fiction More Like This
Angel walked up the cement path to the police station, wiping at the damp fur under her eyes with the back of her wrist. The pink experiment took a deep breath to help compose herself as she pushed open the glass door. She certainly didnt need the entire station knowing she was upset.
Angel made her way down the carpeted hallways, knowing exactly where she was going. Those that knew her from her regular visits waved and offered a friendly smile. She faked one as well and managed a slight wave out of politeness, even though she was not really in the mood for pleasantries.
The closer Angel got to her destination, the clearer the boisterous voice belonging to her best friend was. The aliens long ears perked slightly at the sound. To most, the sound was bad news and would be followed by a violent outburst, but to her it was actually very comforting.
"Get your stinkin' feet off the desk, Clyde! I eat lunch offa dis ting!"
A genuine smile spread across Angels maw as she wal
StrengthStrength8 years ago in Fan Fiction More Like This
The fight was still fresh in her mind. The yelling the insults... all of it was still echoing within her brain. She closed her eyes, trying not to picture the broken vase that lie in shattered ruins on the living room floor. But it was as if trying to avoid the image only made it that much stronger. She could see each individual shard of glass, the late afternoon sun rays from the bay window dancing across their surface and casting rainbows on the adjacent wall. And she could see his face reflecting in each and every one of those pieces of glass, all giving her that empty, far away look.
This expression, this mask he wore, was becoming a frequent occurrence. She knew what was behind it though. His eyes were bad liars. It was so clear to her that with each argument, with each nasty name that was swapped back and forth between the two, one more section of his heart was breaking off.
It never used to be like this, she thought as she clutched her knees to her chest. The name ca
ReformedReformed8 years ago in Fan Fiction More Like This
Clyde walked down the street towards the beach, a wide smile on his maw. He was in a good mood, one he was sure could only get better. He shoved his flesh paw into the pocket of his police jacket, running it over the velvet surface of the box inside.
He loved surprising her.
It was probably his favorite hobby. No, he was sure it was his favorite. Even when she hated him, he had still loved doing it. In fact those were some of the best times. Silly yes, but the memories of those first few weeks of life back in Jumbas lab were some of his fondest.
And 149 hadnt just hated him she loathed him. She never passed up an opportunity to tell
Something NewSomething New8 years ago in Fan Fiction More Like This
Angel yawned widely as she stretched out her stiff muscles. She blinked her eyes open slowly as she folded her arms back behind her head, settling into the plush pillow she was lying on. The pink alien experiment smiled to herself, enjoying the peace and quiet of the mid-afternoon. She had certainly needed that nap, already feeling refreshed from it. She looked around the roof top dome a bit, taking in her surroundings.
Though she had already been living in the Pelekai home for a month, she still found herself adjusting to life as part of a household. She wasnt complaining though. Anything was better than that stuffy storage closet she used to call home at the restaurant. Stitch had of course wanted her to move in with them sooner, but Angel insisted they wait until Lilo was a little older. The Earth girl and Experiment 624 had been through some rocky times with one another, battling over Stitchs affections, but they eventually managed to work out their differences. Things