Childhood Memories1. Space HeaterChildhood Memories3 years ago in Romance More Like This
"Black," The five-year-old whined, trying to shake the seven-year-old boy awake. "Black!"
The boy refused to respond and through the covers over his head. There were disadvantages of having a girl as a best friend. One, you had to have a sleepover at the girl's house. They always whined and try to wake you over the stupidest things. Black hated it. On top of sleepovers, you have it where the girl still believed the boy was young enough to still have baths together.
"Black, I'm cold." The girl tried again, starting to sniffle this time. "Black "
In irritation, Black threw the covers off of him and grabbed the girl's arm. She gasped in shock as Black drew her into a hug, having her head lay on his chest. He threw the covers back over them and gripped the girl tightly.
"Go to sleep White." were his last words.
White giggled and snuggled a little more into the hug. They fell asleep in seconds, Black snoring and White breathing quietly.
Black was Wh
Sweet Senseless LullabyA young greenette sat in the middle of a ginormous playroom. It was filled with childish toy cars and train sets. There was a basketball court in the side of the room and a skateboard in the back. The walls were splattered with bright yellow paint and the floor with blues and reds. Although the room seemed to be a dream of any young boy, but it was some sort of prison to the greenette.Sweet Senseless Lullaby3 years ago in Romance More Like This
The little boy continued to color on his blank sheet of notebook paper. He hummed a tune he picked up from one of his caretakers. He drew a little stick figure and a bigger stick figure next to that one. He smiled happily as he colored the peoples' hair green and gave the tiny stick figure a white shirt and brown shorts. He gave the bigger stick figure long purple and yellow robes. He gave them faces but gave a red dot for one of the bigger stick figure's eyes. Under each character he had created, he wrote their names. He scribbled "N" under the short stick figure and "Ghetsis" under the taller stick fig
Chessshipping - ViolinChessshipping - Violin3 years ago in Romance More Like This
Never before had I seen Touya so serious, so intense. Not even that first day in the Battle Subway, when my own Pokemon had fallen and he had single-handedly beat both remaining opponents. Nor had he been so serious that day we finally made it to the Subway Bosses, Ingo and Emmet (undoubtably, it had been my fault it had taken so long in the first place). Now, however...
I watched, awestriken, as he positioned the instrument beneath his chin, his gaze never leaving my face for a moment. I blushed, glancing away - how dare he trick me into believing that his invitation was something innocent, like a practice match, a training session! I wouldn't have come, definitely wouldn't have come if he had told me that he planned on playing the freaking violin for me.
Although it did make me feel stupid, seeing as I didn't even know he could play in the first place.
I sighed, watching the Trainer before me flip through the music book before me determinedly. It was sad, really, how li
Just Fishin'.006 - Just Fishin'Just Fishin'3 years ago in Romance More Like This
"Ruby this is boring!," Sapphire whined, puffing out her cheeks. "No Magikarps are biting,"
"You have to be patient, something will be biting soon," Ruby chuckled, patting the impatient brunette on the head.
"But why can't they bite now?" She continued to complain.
"Fishing is an art," He murmured. "You have to be patient and have self-control over your surroundings, Sapphire."
"Ugh, we're just killing time anyway," She grumbled, resting her chin on her hand.
Ruby chuckled at her childish behavior and stared at her deep crystal eyes. Becoming a little flustered, he tried to focus on his rod.
And she thinks we're just fishing
Memorable Brownies"Stupid ass oven!," White growled, kicking the metal "demon" with her foot. "Breaking on me when I need you the most, how could you do this to me?"Memorable Brownies3 years ago in Romance More Like This
"No matter how much you insult it, it won't care." A man sighed behind her. The ponytailed brunette spun around, staring wide-eyed as she came face to face with her childhood friend. "An oven is an inanimate object, it doesn't have feelings."
"I knew that Mr. I-Know-Everything-Black." White snapped at the brown haired teen. "Thanks for eavesdropping on my failure."
Black waved a hand in the air, chuckling as White puffed out her cheeks annoyed. He grinned, opening the oven and to his amazement, he could see burnt chocolate in the pan.
"You were making brownies?" Black blinked.
"I-Well-I tried anyway." White stuttered, blushing madly.
"That's sweet, who they for?" Black tried not to smile as White's face turned a deeper shade of red.
"It's valentine's day, so I thought you'd like brownies." White explained quietly. "You always loved the stuf