Things I will Risk For You c.4It had been a difficult task for a platypus to transport a giant machine to his lair on his own, and do it without being seen at that. But somehow, Perry had managed to do it. He ignored how long it took; the only thing that had counted was that he had been able to bring it in.Things I will Risk For You c.43 years ago in General Fiction More Like This
After wiping his forehead, he began to make adjustments to the amnesiainator. He followed the blueprints that Doofenshmirtz had used to build it, but Perry's objective was not only to bring it back to life, but to reverse its effect.
It took over an hour or two for him to set everything up. By then, he was more than certain that Phineas and Ferb were busy bringing another one of their contraptions to life. If Perry was right, they should be out under their backyard tree at that very moment.
He pulled out a baseball with an antenna attached to it. Taking a deep breath, he held up the launcher the boys had created to accompany the ball and, by controlling it with a joystick, he sent the ball flying up the trave
Things I will Risk For You c.7The base was not as menacing as they had anticipated it to be, though it still gave off a sense of power and even threat. After parking the bike about a five-minute walk away from the base itself, Phineas and Ferb zigzagged through the trees of the forest until they had come up to the building. Base 41 towered over the trees, despite only being four stories high. There were hardly any windows in its walls, indicating that whatever was inside it was top secret. The words OWCA: Base 41 were spelled in large letters on the front of the building, glowing very dimly in order not to catch any unwanted attentionPhineas thought that was ridiculous for the fact that he and Ferb had had to turn off of the main road nearly fifteen minutes ago. Even if they had brighter lights for the letters, no one would notice it from that distance.Things I will Risk For You c.73 years ago in General Fiction More Like This
Phineas had come up with as foolproof of a plan as he could have: the first step, of course, was avoiding the security cameras. After that, they would
Things I will Risk For You c.2"Mom have you seen Perry?"Things I will Risk For You c.23 years ago in General Fiction More Like This
Linda looked up from her meatloaf dinner that evening and stared at her youngest son who was sitting to her right. Phineas was leaning against his left hand while lazily playing with the meatloaf on his plate. He had been unusually quiet that night, especially after spending an entire day skateboarding with his friends in the parkapparently, they built an extreme skate park that day. He was almost as quiet as Ferb normally was. And now, even at dinner, he hardly spoke a word; in fact, his query was the very first thing he had said at the table.
The woman swallowed what was in her mouth before clearing her throat and speaking: "Um, not since he went out this morning," she replied. "Why?"
Phineas did not look up from his plate. "Well, he's normally back from his day out by now," he said while pushing his meatloaf about with his fork. "Four o'clock is usually the hour he comes back. But it's quarter-after-five and I haven't even seen him outsid
Things I will Risk For You c.1It was the beginning of another day; Perry woke up to the sound of Phineas telling Ferb what they were going to dothe platypus did not catch what it was; either another teleporter or something with giant boardsor was that swords? The mission he had had the day before had worn Perry out so much, he simply slipped into bed and fell asleep as soon as he arrived home. He was still catching up on some Zs when his owners woke up at the usual early morning hour of six o'clock, and he was only beginning to stir when Phineas began going on his long explanation about his big idea.Things I will Risk For You c.13 years ago in General Fiction More Like This
Most pets would have found it irritating in the least; but not Perry. After thirteen years of being Phineas' pet, and about twelve as Ferb's, the platypus had gotten used to hearing the boys chat about what they would be doing that day. And he loved it. He was proud to know that his owners, above any other teenager in the Tri-State Area, were the most intelligent and creative pair of boys the world had ever
phineas and isabella's promisePART 3phineas and isabella's promise3 years ago in General Fiction More Like This
Phineas must have sat there frozen for a whole five minutes in a horrified silence. He didn't thought about that. But of course.. Mexico is far away from Danville. That means...
"No.." Phineas muttered.
Ferb stood up. "I'll give you two a minute alone," He said and walked inside the house.
"Izzie.." Phineas said. He doesn't know what to say.
Isabella sobbed again. "I don't want to go."
Phineas was torn. He knows that if Isabella went to Mexico, her family problems will probably be over and solved. But if she goes, he would never see her again. He doesn't want to be selfish-- and he know what's best for Isabella.
He sighed. "Sometimes, what we want is not what we need," He said.
"What do you mean?" Isabella looked up at him.
Phineas sighed again. He gently pushed Isabella's head into his chest again and closed his eyes. " You want to stay here, but you need to go back to Mexico."
"I don't need to go! I don't want to see him!"
"You do," said Phineas gently. "I know, deep inside th