Sadstuck - DirkJakeSadstuck - DirkJake4 years ago in Drama More Like This
Jake sat up. He had just remembered what he was just doing before he had awoken. He touched his nose and mouth. They were bleeding. He also had a few
scratches.He shrugged it off like it was no concern what so ever. He looked around to see if he could find the friend that he remembered was there just before
When he turned his head to the right, he found him. His sunglasses were found beside him.He was bleeding pretty badly.
It seemed he had been stabbed in the stomach as well. He looked pretty peaceful, besides a few twitches of the eyebrows showing he was in terrible pain.
"Dirk?" He mumbled lightly. He got up and walked over to him. He could feel the tears welling up in his eyes. He crouched next to him and held him up slightly.
He shook him lightly as to not put him in any more pain he was already in. The tears started flowing down his face.
Suddenly, his eyes opened. They looked at him with that same orange glow. He never really ever saw his eyes, but now, they were the m
Remember Me, Senpai - DirkJake Fanfic (Part One)Remember Me, Senpai - DirkJake Fanfic (Part One)2 years ago in Romance More Like This
Chapter One - Sugoi Skateboarder
"Dirky, ya got a little somethin on ya fake again. I mean face." Roxy giggles in a drunkly manner before licking her thumb and wiping the smudge off of his cheek, Dirk trying desperately to pull away from it. It was most likely oil from Mechanics class he has this afternoon before school ended.
"Stop it, Roxy. For crying out loud, your saliva does not belong all over my face when I get dirty. If you want to clean someone like that, go find one of the feline friends of yours that wonders your house."
"Someone's irri.. Irrate.. Irritate.. Someone's grumpy today." Roxy snickers slightly before taking a drink from the flask she had sitting on the table, a little cat face with four eyes engraved on the front. "Look Dorky, someone has to keep ya looking good fer them boys you're always after."
Dirk rolls his eyes behind his shades and takes a sip of the tea he had ordered, sitting warm in a pretty little tea cup. The Crocker Cafe was a bit on the girly side,