Getting it right: Dragon TFGetting it right: Dragon TFGetting it right: Dragon TF1 year ago in Short Stories More Like This
Jake, an ordinary teenager stepping into the high school world for the first time stepped off of the bus and onto the front lawn of his school located somewhere between the countryside and residential neighborhoods. His favorite blue shirt with a fierce roaring dragon etched in white on the front smelled clean, his khaki’s felt soft as fur, and his black backpack hung on one shoulder as he went down a concrete path towards double doors with a stream of other students, all eager for the new year. The September weather blessed them with a comfortable sunny morning to meet old friends and rekindle relationships that had gone cold over the hot summer. Already Jake could see one of his best friends and he hadn’t even made it through the front door. He smiled as his lifelong friend met eyes with him and returned the grin.
“Hey hey, long time no see Jake!” He shouted amidst the bustling crowd of kids.
“Hey man! What’s up?”
Broken[Broken]Broken1 year ago in Short Stories More Like This
“Nonono! How many times must I tell you! Don’t throw my laptop like that! You’ll spoil it!” I hollered, as I watched my bag sail off Aurak’s back, as he tossed it callously off, and it landed with a thud, making me wince.
The dragon snorted disdainfully. “You care so much about that chunk of metal and plastic. What about me, your bonded?”
I went over to the bag and opened it, pulled out the laptop and opened that too, relieved to see the screen come to life unscathed. “What?! You’re comparing yourself to a computer now?! There’s not even any basis- How the hell did that get into that head of yours?!” I spluttered, putting the laptop away.
“When it so much as drops, you come running, but when I ask you to come, you always insist that I wait, no matter how urgent the matter is!” He snarled, glaring. “You’d might as well be bonded to that stupid hunk of metal!”
My jaw dropped. This rea