Let's go find her.. :STORY:
"Hi Cho, it's nice to finally meet you!" Stitches greeted. She crossed the street over to were Cho was sitting, on a bench.
"Hello Stitches~ How are you?" Cho replied nicely.
"I'm doing well... you?" She sat down beside her.
"I am good..." She answered, "but I'm still looking for her." She stared at the ground in sorrow.
Stitches patted Cho on the back in attempt to comfort her. "I heard you were divorced... I'm sorry about that." She said.
Cho lifted her head to look Stitches in the eyes. The purple button which replaced her left eye gleamed in the moonlight.
"It's alright. I'm planning on dragging him to Hell then retrieving my baby." She laughed a bit.
Stitches chuckled, then thought in silence for a moment.
"What if your ex-husband has had your baby this whole time?" She finally said, "I swear if he does, he will get a beating!" She rose from the bench in anger, "AND HE WILL GET IT FROM ME BECAUSE HE MADE YOU SUFFER!" Her fists clenched as she kicked a rock all the way across the s
SilenceStephano was wandering aimlessly, as he usually did when he wasSilence3 years ago in Short Stories More Like This
waiting for Pewdie to show up. His golden fingers shone against the
old crumbling walls, as he traced the cracks in boredom. Suddenly,
he perked his head up at a noise he heard from a nearby room.
"Who's there?" He asked the shadows.
His voice echoed away, and all he could hear was the faint sound of
footsteps, coming closer and closer. He nervously grasped the hilt
of his sword, ready to cut throats if necessary.
All tension was released when he saw it was only his best friend,
Mr. Chair. But... he looked a bit pale.
"Oh, Mr. chair, you scared me, I-" He was silenced as his friend
raised two fingers.
"Can you hear it, Stephano?" He whispered, frightened.
Stephano looked around and listened, but couldn't hear a thing.
"I... no." He answered faintly.
"Exactly." Mr. Chair trembled. "The silence..."
He fell to the ground, and Stephano rushed to his side.
"What the hell happened to you?" He asked as he held him up.
Mr. Chair w
Silence 2The silence rang mercilessly, which left Stephano and MrSilence 23 years ago in Short Stories More Like This
Chair feeling hollow inside.
Stephano tilted his head to the side without much effort, and
stared into his bros eyes.
He always thought they were beautiful, the way Mr. Chair's eyes started golden around the pupil, but then turned into a modest mix of browns. Mr. Chair looked into Stephano's golden eyes, taking note on the way they fluctuated, showing a different hue of gold each time.
They stayed like that a while longer, the moment intensifying as the seconds passed away.
It wasn't until Mr Chair looked the other way that Stephano snapped back into his conscious state.
"What is it, bro?" He asked.
"Footsteps." Mr Chair stated simply. "I-I hear..."
Stephano and Mr. Chair hopped up, almost as if nothing had ever happened. They both knew that scream too well. Pewdie careened around the corner, and scooped the two of them up.
"AHHHH LETS GET THE HELL OUT OF HERE!!" He screamed again
A Slender StoryThere once was a little girl who would wander into the woods in her backyard. Her parents had dissappeared some time ago, and nobody came to see her. Every morning and every night, she would search for something, though even she herself didn't know what it was. With her flashlight, she would look around trees, and check behind herself every so often, but she never saw anything.A Slender Story3 years ago in Short Stories More Like This
One day, however, she found what she thought she was looking for. She held her flashlight up to the tall, dark figure that was Slender Man. She stood back, shocked, yet in awe. Slender Man seemed to look down at her, as she looked up at his face... but he didn't have a face. From behind him grew spider-like appendages that encircled the girl like a cage, leaving her with no escape.
Strangely enough, she wasn't afraid. She didn't scream when he picked her up, nor was she suprised when he carried her far from her home. She didn't even make a peep as they came near an old abandoned house. He lowered her to the grou