The Game of Summer Love -DoroGiro- Part 3Part 3- Zeroro's POV
I've been trying to hold back tears since that moment. I'ts hard.
I mean, I kissed him. I just wanted to so badly... I couldn't help it! And now he hates me! He's probably disgusted, we're both boys, why do I feel like this? He's just the only one that ever cared; He remembers my name. He's nice to me. He let me come to him for help and i blew it. Now he hates me forever! I... why did I do that? I'm such an idiot!
I turned and looked at him. He saw me and faced the other way. See? He still hates me. It was so awkwardly silent the entire walk there. When we finally got to the door, we saw Garuru-dono again. He was on the phone.
"Alright, Outo-san. I'll tell him. I'll see you then." He looked dissapointed. He then saw us.
"I've finished alerting all of your parents of what happened. Please go into the room and take a seat." We all headed into the room, anxious at what our fate would be. Me especially. I was so cold.... why couldn't they let me sleep a bit
The Game Of Summer Love -DoroGiro- Part 2Part Two, Giroro's POVThe Game Of Summer Love -DoroGiro- Part 22 years ago in Romance More Like This
"N... Nii-chan.." Damnit, I shouldve known listening to Keroro would get me into trouble. It wasn't even worth it. It was barely any fun, and Zeroro had to get hurt again.... I don't know why we stick around sometimes. I could be sleeping peacefully, but now I'm in trouble. That idiot.
Well, Garuru continued to scold us. The same old "You should've known better." routine. I love my older brother and look up to him, but sometimes I wish he'd cut me some slack. Just let me be when I got into trouble. But I guess his military training makes him act so serious and diciplined.
"Well, what do you have to say for yourselves?" I looked up at my brother. I really didn't know what to say to make this situation easier on me... Why can't Keroro just man up and tell him? I realised I was going to have to be the one to apologize. I hate doing that.. It hurts my soldier's pride. It's a miracle what happened next. I guess distractions can be good once in a whil
The Game of Summer Love -DoroGiro- Part 1Part 1The Game of Summer Love -DoroGiro- Part 12 years ago in Romance More Like This
"Alright, here's the plan." I stated. Giroro, Pururu, and um... Zeroro? Yes, Giroro, Pururu, Zeroro and I had snuck out of our dorms to have a little game. It was in the middle of the night, and Keron's moons sparkled over the lake that would serve as our battlefield during this game. It was a warm and humid night. A perfect summers night. We had stolen some of the Training Weapons that shoot water from the warehouse. The military schools' summer training is boring- No comics, no anime, no gunpla. The list goes on. I wanted a little fun.
"First we fill these with water. Then we each find a hiding spot and attack. When you have had enough, shout 'Code Red' and you can surrender. Loser does the dishes for the rest of the week! Gerogerogero!"
"No way." someone shouts. I look in the direction of the voice. As usual, it's Giroro with another objection.
"What is it this time Giroro? I thought you wanted to play with the weapons more than any of us!"
"Yelling 'Red' wo
The Evil of Kururu: Part OneThe Evil of Kururu: Part One2 years ago in Romance More Like This
1. The Evil of Kururu Chapter One
"Kukukukukukukukuku..." Kururu's laugh echoed through the halls of the secret base as he rode toward his lab on the moving sidewalk. His glasses glinted in anticipation of the pain and confusion he was about to cause. He entered his lab after disabling the many painful security devices he used. He went over to his workstation and picked up his latest invention. Smiling and chuckling to himself, he winded his way through the secret base and toward the unsuspecting red corporal.
Giroro, on the other hand, sat peacefully outside, roasting a sweet potato over his bright campfire and daydreaming of a girl named Natsumi Hinata. He wished he could talk to her directly, show her his true feelings, but whenever she was near, he ended up with a redder face than he already had and a quickly beating heart. Also, he tended to stutter, and it didn't look good on a war-hardened soldier such as himself.
Giroro sighed, too caught up in his own thought
Summer Holiday ContestThis story is a contest entry for the GiroroxDororo group's "Summer Holiday" contest. It is also my first time writing Fanfiction for Keroro Gunso yay. When I think Summer, I think Fireworks. Don't ask why.Summer Holiday Contest2 years ago in Short Stories More Like This
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"I'm sorry for hurting you."
They say that the life of a ninja is not a happy one, and is usually over glorified. You are meant to always stay alone, sitting in the shadows while you watch the rest of the planet move without you, only thinking
shining red knight from another planet ch 1.Shining knight from another planet;shining red knight from another planet ch 1.3 years ago in Introductions & Chapters More Like This
Ch.1 Just call
Today was just another day to any regular Pekoponian that lived in Tokyo. But he wasn't a Pekoponian, he was a Keronian soldier. His name was Giroro, Corporal Giroro. He was sitting in his tent polishing a gun. Usually he would be sitting on his cinder block outside, but it was raining HARD.
He wasn't polishing his gun just to polish it the truth was, his mind wasn't very clear. And when he polished his guns it always seemed to calm him down and let him think clearly.
And he was thinking about what he usually always thinks about. 'His' warrior princess and whether or not he should confess. Then after thinking for a while he finally decided.
"Yes! Today will be the day I finally confess!"
"Confess to what?" He heard a voice come from the unzipped flap of his tent. It was his warrior princess. He must not have not
Glasses and Red Scar - Chapter 19Glasses and Red Scar - Chapter 192 years ago in Short Stories More Like This
Warm air raced through my lungs. I could feel my adrenaline rushing and my heart pumping. I haven't felt so alive in a while, I thought to myself.
I can't remember how I got here, but I was running through a meadow full of long and slender grass, waving in the wind happily until I stepped on them with my pudgy feet. Why do our feet look like this anyway?
This looked like the countryside, but not at all farm-like. Occasional little carved paths divided the grassy hills; the air was filled with the sound of birds chirping. Everything was untouched. Not a living soul was in sight. Not yet anyway.
Judging by the lack of any marks left by human civilization, one might even call this place a wonderland. "One" obviously not being me, of course. Maybe some teenage little Pekoponian girl who lives on the internet and writes alien fanfiction or something would do that. How lame.
I hopped around a tree that appeared in my way and kept running. Looking back, I saw Giroro Senpai trying hard to keep
-:GiroDoro:- Best Friends(My new favorite couple of all time~ Decided I write a little story 'bout them. If you liked this, please tell me if you want me to write a story! Enjoy.:3)-:GiroDoro:- Best Friends2 years ago in Short Stories More Like This
It was around midnight in Japan's time.
The moon shined brightly in the deep blue night sky, casting a ray upon the forest beautifully. It was a night the blue ninja couldn't miss. Millions of white dots covered the sky, all twinkling brightly, making this night more amazing. It has been a while since there was a beautiful night like this in Japan, Dororo was lucky he could catch the breathtaking site of it.
It really is a beautiful night... The Lance Corporal thought softly to himself, a tea cup in his right hand. It was so peaceful. He was so lucky that it was, there has been so many fights lately with enemies and all...He had forgotten what peace was for awhile.
He was happy for once. He has been starting to ignore being forgotten by his Platoon-mates, because he knew he had true friends...
Story-snippet. "Tadpole Fun"When the smoke cleared and the consequences of the explosion became clear all Kururu could say was:Story-snippet. "Tadpole Fun"8 years ago in General Fiction More Like This
Tororo pulled himself to his feet and stared at what had become of his platoon.
“What did you do to them!” he spluttered at Kururu. “You turned them into kids!”
“Won’t it be great to finally be the oldest one in the platoon?” Kururu cackled.
This sent Tororo into a rage, but before he could do anything he found himself restrained by a pair of blue arms.
“That’s enough, Tororo-dono”, came Dororo’s voice.
The other three members of the Keroro platoon still stared shell-shocked at what Garuru and the others had been reduced to.
“Garuru?” Giroro stammered, staring at the purple tadpole eying him suspiciously.
The tadpole immediately stomped up to Giroro and gave him a swift kick to the shin.
“Stop staring at me!” he cried, his hands balled into fists. “It’s embarrassing.
Glasses and red scar-Chapter16Glasses and red scar-Chapter163 years ago in Short Stories More Like This
With a loud thud, the back of my head hit the cold, hard wall.
Giroro Senpai had forced me up against it, with his arms on both sides of my shoulders and his body blocking me from being able to escape at all, not that I wanted to.
Even though I suggested this idea, and he didn't quite want to go along with it at first, I knew that all it took was a few kisses to get him fired up. He's really predictable at times, although today he seemed even more impulsive than usual.
Once again, our lips locked and our tongues battled for dominance. After a few weak attempts from me, he grasped victory as they were pushed into my mouth. I heard a soft whimper escape me. He explored every inch of the inside the way he liked it, except today, he was pressing and pushing with a lot more force.
Something has made him different.
My mind started going blank as he left my lips and traveled lower to my neck and collarbone. My hands weakly grabbed onto his shoulders for support, but it was no use. I could alr
Glasses and red scar-Chapter12Glasses and red scar-Chapter124 years ago in Short Stories More Like This
I shifted my body a bit, trying to avoid being crashed and squished flat by the moving crowd going in every direction. My hand started to hurt from the grip of the red Keronjin in front of me, pulling my wrist forcefully through the crowd.
"Senpai, let go. It's fine. I can walk by myself."
"No," the reply was firm.
"I won't get lost," even though we already were.
"If I let you go, who knows if you are not going to run off without telling anyone again " He mumbled.
Kuku, did I really seem like a run-away to him?
I wiggled my hand and tried to pull out, but Giroro Senpai didn't let go. He was pretty strong.
Well, I'm actually quite fine like this.
After forcing myself to believe that I would never see him in my life after I leave, once again being so close to his presence was frankly very strange. His sudden appearance was such a shock to me that I had to check a couple of times to make sure I was actually conscious.
A group of noisy girls passed by us, they looked like they were fr
A Dash of Yellow CriticismA Dash of Yellow CriticismA Dash of Yellow Criticism2 years ago in Short Stories More Like This
Kululu sat in his Pekoponian form across from me. His eyes were fixed on his laptop; his fingers typing away fervently at some new project. I sat there across from the table giving little irritated sighs to let him know that I was there. His eyes stayed fixated upon the screen. Annoyed, I leaned back in my chair and tapped my fingers across the petrified wood. Kululu's typing became uneven, and he stopped and looked up at me.
Giving a long sigh he spoke, "Dorara, will you stop? I'm trying to work here."
I rolled my eyes and tapped my fingers again. "Of course you are. You always are. Will you at least pause for an hour and play with your son?" Kululu rolled his eyes and went back to furiously clicking the keyboard. "Listen to me, damnit. Kululu, you need to pay him some attention or he'll end up just as screwed as you are."
Without looking up, he slammed the laptop screen down with his hand. He slowly lifted his eyes to meet mine. "Maybe that's not such a bad
You Found Me pt 1You Found Me pt 11 year ago in Introductions & Chapters More Like This
Clusters of roses.
Or, as close as roses as you can get in a foreign planet.
Pink, yellow, red. He had pricked his skin several times climbing through. The small, thin gashes on his face made it evident, but he didn't care.
How come something so beautiful had to be so painful at the same time?
It was going to rain soon; he could smell it. Gray clouds were drifting in tufts, scattered across the sky like slow moving marbles. The air seemed denser than usual as well, but he didn't mind. It felt good.
Taruru entered the mansion's gates, fingering the sprouting leaves that popped out from the sides. After looking over his reflection from a clear window, he knocked his knuckles against the door.
It creaked open, and a balding Keronian popped his head out.
"Ah, Mister Taruru," the butler said tiredly. "I didn't think we were expecting you."
"You guys weren't," the blue private responded slowly. "I just had the day off today and I thought that, you know, I come and say hi to Karara
A KevEdd Story (Ch.3)"I MISSED YOU SO MUCH DOUBLE D!! " Ed cried out clinging to the smiling gapped tooth boy. Not able to resist, he smiled and pat his head.A KevEdd Story (Ch.3)8 months ago in Romance More Like This
"Oh, I've missed you as well friend!!!" Eddy scoffed.
"When you two ladies are done catching up, we can hang out." Edd chuckled missing his friend's attitude.
"Very well," he smiled, "what shall we do?" He asked. Eddy flashed his trademark grin and smiled.
“I’m glad you asked sock head! I’ve been thinking of a scam that will get us in the black for years to come! And I need you to put it all together!” Ed smiled excitedly, jumping up and down in anticipation. Edd rolled his eyes playfully and crossed his arms waiting for Eddy to continue. “You know how that newspaper scam failed horribly?”
“Of course I do, it was horrible Eddy.” Eddy’s smile dropped at the tone of Edd’s voice. “I mean, telling obvious, obscene lies about the other students with
The Invaders: PrologueThe Invaders: Prologue2 years ago in General Fiction More Like This
Everything he spent a lifetime defending was gone. A climate change, blotting out the sun, was all it took to kill a majority of flora and fauna on a planet that was barely hanging by a thread already no thanks to human industry and pollution. Dib refrained from thinking about it at length to the best of his ability, but here he was again, dwelling on his mistakes and failures, his shortcomings, his misfortune...
He should have been able to stop Zim. What was one particularly bad alien invader to a whole planet? He should have been smart enough and powerful enough to stop him. He had immense power at his fingertips, but... It was too late for Earth now. Dib stayed off to the side in the main deck of Garuru's ship. It was rather small for him and he didn't fit in any of the chairs, humans being two to three times the size of Keronians, and at six foot seven he was especially tall. Though, he was comfortable on the floor, able to feel the pleasant rumbl
A KevEdd Story (Chap.2)The school dance was coming closer and closer and Kevin’s tutoring was only getting him so far. Thankfully, it was getting better to the point that Kevin could still be eligible to play sports. Nazz was happy as well since Kevin was getting better grades. Eddy and Ed often showed jealousy seeing that Nazz displayed her gratuity by embracing him with a giggle.A KevEdd Story (Chap.2)9 months ago in Romance More Like This
“What's with this new popularity of yours?” Eddy asked. Edd shrugged and shook his head as they were walking out of the school.
“Are you going to hang out with us today Double Dee?” Ed asked worried that his friend maybe gone yet another day. With a sympathetic smile, the tall boy pat the taller boys head sadly.
“I’m afraid so Ed. But today is Friday. We have the whole weekend to ourselves.” Grinning happily, Ed nodded unable to wait for Saturday to come by. Edd smiled as well unable to resist the loveable oaf’s grin. With goodbyes and promises to spend time on the weekend, Edd
Kyoya x Tamaki part 2Kyoya x Tamaki part 25 years ago in Fan Fiction More Like This
A new school day at Ouran High had commenced which of course meant another meeting of the host club. The school day had gone by at a slow pace and seemed even more uneventful than usual since first off it was a Friday and second the host club was about to hold a grand ball soon. Every club member was excited. Even Kyoya, despite the fact that it was his job to plan the whole affair, was looking forward to the splendid party. Tamaki as per usual was the most excited of the group. As a result of his over excitement he decided to head to the music room early again, in fact earlier than before. He worked his way down the quiet music hall and made his way into music room three.
He slowly opened the door and peaked in hoping that he would find Kyoya typing away on his computer as he did last time but the room was empty. He walked in and shut the door behind him. Tamaki looked down at his watch. "Wow I am 2 hours early, no wonder why Kyoya's not here yet," he
Russia x ChinaRussia x China-Better relationshipRussia x China4 years ago in Short Stories More Like This
"It does not bother me much, Russia, but why is it that whenever you need assistance with certain chores or work, you always call me to assist you, aru?" China asked the taller nation, carefully polishing a blue vase before replacing it back on its shelf.
He wasn't certain why it took him so long to ask the question but, with this strange silence engulfing the two, he gave up and decided to start a safe conversation with Russia, who wiped his own cloth persistently round his wooden table. He offered a small smile to China.
"Because you always say yes, plus, I was hoping we could improve our friendship by spending more time together, I really like your food" If his voice hadn't of sounded so calm, Yao would have protested
He still gave a quiet groan. Helping Ivan with house work would never make up for Sino Soviet Split and the many months of stalking him in a panda costume but China sometimes felt he had to assist R
A KevEdd Story (Ch. 1)“Salutations Kevin.” The ginger groaned a little at the sound of the taller male’s cheerful voice.A KevEdd Story (Ch. 1)10 months ago in Romance More Like This
“What do you want double dork?” He questioned with a scowl. He was actually pretty neutral with the hat wearing boy, but he knew two others were soon to follow him and he especially didn't feel like fighting with the small louder Ed. With an uneasy smile, displaying the trademark gap, he let out a nervous titter.
“Well I heard about your dilemma from Nazz and she asked that I assist you in your academics to ensure your eligibility to partake in the dance!” Giving a look of bewilderment, the gapped male sighed. “I’m tutoring you so you can go to the dance with Nazz.” As if enlightened the red cap boy grinned.
“Oh, cool.” However his smile faded thinking of Edd’s comrades. “What about the other two? This ain’t a part of a scam is it?” Eddward responded with a quick shake of his head.
Keron's Project X: PrologueHe loathed pity.Keron's Project X: Prologue1 year ago in Introductions & Chapters More Like This
Pity was for imbeciles who weren't good enough, who were worth the pathetic glance over the shoulder, the prodding of another as they whispered, "He was so close."
'So close' was not nearly close enough.
It didn't take long for the news to spread- the brilliant and successful commander of the Keronian army was stripped of his position due to his incompetence in securing his solders' safety for the sake of the mission.
He certainly had a blemish in his reputation, but it was not for the failure of a correctly persecuted invasion, as he had been concerned about before.
'You may be revived to your original position,' the council had told him, 'but for now, we will give you leave to recover your thoughts; perhaps high authority has gone to your head.'
It's not uncommon for this sort of thing to happen to certain superiors, but in reality, the government wanted to peer closer into his history and see if there were any other records of fallen officers that they wer