Small Comforts ~ GT"DAMN IT!" A violently, pounding, voice suddenly vibrated against the air around the small human and she jumped, squeaking in terror at the suddenness of Jason's aggressive anger. The ground beneath her rumbled furiously with each enraged impact his enormous feet took with the ground and into the house, the vibrations seeping into the pads of her own feet and rattling up her legs to send her entire body trembling violently.Small Comforts ~ GT2 years ago in Short Stories More Like This
"DAMI IT, DAMN IT, DAMN IT!!!" He hissed again, shaking Cameron's ribcage and spine with unintentional force and terrifying her into cowering behind an opposing table leg in the kitchen.
It had been three months that she had lived here now, lived here with one of THEM, the monstrous species of giants that overrun the defenseless humans and degraded them to mere pets (and rumored snacks). Though it hadn't been as terrifying as she first thought it would be to live with a breathing mountain, in fact, she actually found herself feeling rather fond and affectionate towa
Naruto vore Naruto lay on his back, starving. (I shouldn't of blown all my money on that game!) He thought, grabbing his growling stomach. He frowned, wondering what to do. "I guess I could get Ero-sennin to buy me somethin'." He mused, standing up. As he walked, his stomach's growling got louder and louder. The hunger was driving him insane, and he'd do almost anything to stop it. He looked down rubbing his stomach. "Oh, I could eat anything!" He muttered, when an attractive girl, roughly his age passed. When he saw her, his hunger exploded, stomach growling like an animal! He smiled evily, saying, "I said anything." He walked after her, grinning. After making sure noone could see, he grabbed her mouth and dragged her into an alley.Naruto vore5 years ago in Fan Fiction More Like This
He held his hand over her mouth, ignoring her cries. Naruto started to have se
College Gift~ GT(PLEASE READ DESCRIPTION FIRST~~~ thanks ^^)College Gift~ GT2 years ago in Short Stories More Like This
" .One down fifty six more to go " Jason sighed heavily as he set down the electrical engineering textbook and slumped back into his desk's chair. His notepad now held a full-scale circuit unit for a high end voltage electrical switch, hooked up to several others. It mazed around his page and he finished it off with a few labels here and there. He had been reluctantly working on that for the past hour and a half, and just when his spirits raised at its completion, they came crashing back down as he glanced over the assigned work.
"Uuugh .ill never get this done in time!" He couldn't help burying his face in his hands and moan in exhaustion. "Its too much!" he complained to his empty living room. Luckily there was enough room for a work desk right beside a bookcase when he first moved in, otherwise he would be in his bedroom or on the couch, and he was easily distracted. The large TV sat behind him on a far off wall and th
Not As Weak As You Think: Eren X Armin Vore [AT]"Are you sure you're ready for this?" Hanji asked, putting a drop of a purplish liquid on a needle. "Quite certain. This is the right injection that allows people to be Titan shifters, right?"Not As Weak As You Think: Eren X Armin Vore [AT]6 months ago in General Fiction More Like This
"Indeed it is. But why do you want to be a shifter so badly?"
The question crashed down on the willing test subject. He knew the answer all too well: "I-I thought that maybe then I could be more able to fight back against the titans... And not feel as much like the underdog." Hanji took a second to consider this reason. "You never have been an underdog the entire time you've been in the Survey Corps, Armin. But if this is really what you want..."
The day was a rather quiet one- one of the few days the soldiers who had graduated from the 104th had off, and everyone was enjoying it- everyone except Eren. It had been hours since the last time anyone had seen Armin, and the brunette was getting worried. "Hanji, do
Back to School!!Back To SchoolBack to School!!2 years ago in Short Stories More Like This
I hated starting at a new school this year.
Senior year was supposed to be the most exciting year of my life well at least until I graduate college, turn twenty-one and get married. Senior year was supposed to be my year but my parents had changed all that when they enrolled me in the 'immersion' program. For so many years humans and giants had been kept separated from one another but now, not only were there enough giants in the world that they no longer could be homeschooled, but they were now being permitted to be co-educated.
I thought it was a great idea, in theory, but certainly did not want to be part of the immersion process. Not everyone was on board with this idea and I was aware of that. There were some giants that still believed that humans were either 'too fragile' to be around, or that they should be treated as though we were beneath them. It was our planet! I didn't understa
Wander || Chapter 1"God…" Jude sucked in air sharply.Wander || Chapter 12 years ago in Introductions & Chapters More Like This
He ran a hand through his short golden brown hair and closed his eyes, trying to ignore the pain. His arm was killing him. He had mentally bashed himself for three days now- for reaching for the wrong rock in climbing the mountain face. The jagged rock left a nasty gash in his arm. He had bandaged it up to the best of his abilities, but his job involved camping out in the deep of woods many a night, and the lack of proper sanitation was taking its toll. When the sun began to sink in the sky, he removed his camouflage and started a small fire. Leaning back against a sequoia, Jude unraveled the dirty strip of bandage and groaned.
"Oh that is definitely infected..."
In his experience, the quickest route from place to place was a straight path. He made his own way across the varied terrain instead of trying to shuffle along the marked routes. It was more efficient, and stress-saving to avoid that mess of people. He had settled down in an isolated c
The Big Sibling ProgramMy name is Amelia Rose Moffingale. I have a younger sister named Amanda (Amanda Caridee Pasco, if you want specifics) and two big—and I emphasize 'big' for a reason—brothers. None of them are my real family so to speak...they're actually my adoptive/foster family.The Big Sibling Program2 years ago in Short Stories More Like This
Several years ago, when I had been about eight years old, I lost both of my parents to the sea; the two of them had loved to travel on the water—they had their own boat and everything. They would take me along with them too so that I could experience the beauty of the oceans and the sea. My life had been the water, but the water was what also tore my happy days apart...
It had been a stormy night in August: we were traveling along the Cape Cod when the waves suddenly grew rougher and more violent. On the strongest gale of wind and tide pressure, it had caused the boat to tip until the moment where my father lost control; my parents had known that we weren't going to make it. As my father wrestled with his crew,
I Was the First Chapter OneI was the first and maybe the only one to see the giant's boat that day. I stood on the beach like the friendless person I was now and let my mouth hang open when they crested the horizon. It wasn't a crowded beach, it never was because the island I lived on was so remote but I still wished that at least someone was there to confirm that I was the first to seem them approach. I wished someone would have been there with me. There were three of them on the small boat and I felt my toes dig into the white sand as the three unearthly individuals approached the shoreline, their eyes all settling on the tiny female who must have only looked a few inches tall to them. I looked at each of them and then turned my eyes from their 'small raft.'I Was the First Chapter One3 years ago in Settings More Like This
As the boat came closer, I found that I simply could not turn away from the horrific and yet astounding visual impending. I had never seen anything like this in my short sixteen years of lif
The Giant and the Orphan Part twoWhen the giant began to walk Dany began to wake. she looked around disoriented. It was dark, squishy, and wet every where. she the ground under her and grimaced when a large line of thick saliva followed her hand back up. She began to sit up but then screamed at her many broken ribs shot pain through her body. her arms wrapped around her chest.The Giant and the Orphan Part two1 year ago in Introductions & Chapters More Like This
Tyrone gasped from the scream, putting a hand on his belly. "Lass? Are ye alright? "He asked her, trying to figure out if that was a scream of pain or horror.
The little girl looked around in confusion, trying to find the source of the voice. she held her ribs in pain. "Me....me fine... just hurting."she winced.
Tyrone bit his lip from that. "I'm sorry.... they hurt ye pretty bad huh?..... darn those lads... picking on a wee little lass" he said the last few words in a toned down version of the voice he used to scare the boys, a voice that was easily recognizable.
"tere not vewy nice to me's.." she pouted. she still looked confused not knowing w
Going too FarGoing too Far2 years ago in Short Stories More Like This
It was an average, slightly warm day in the village of Konohagakure. Through the front gates entered a certain teenage Uchiha. The teen's wild, red tipped black hair flowed slightly in the breeze as he strolled casually into his village. The young genin was wearing a red, short sleeved shirt and an Uchiha emblem around his neck. He suddenly came to a stop and his black eyes surveyed over the surrounding buildings.
"Finally back " announced Sakumo Uchiha, the son of Sasuke Uchiha. The red-clad shinobi breathed in the familer air of Konoha and tucked his hands into the pockets of his pants. Sakumo had been away for the past week on a mission involving the tracking and capture of some thief. The criminal had been very troublesome to catch and even when Sakumo had finally turned the man in he still wasn't allowed to return home. He was forced to stay another day while the local authorities confirmed the thief's identity; apparently messing up his face like he had wasn't the brightest
New Grounds ~ Chapter OneCorinne scanned the forest trail that spread out before her. This was the area her father had used to carry her out to every weekend when she was a little girl. Its luscious trees, constantly blooming wildflowers, and calming stream had been a magical place for her to use her imagination.New Grounds ~ Chapter One2 years ago in Settings More Like This
Of course, that had been several long years ago, and her father was long since gone.
Being just nineteen years old, Corinne was able to take care of herself. She never stayed in one location for long, moving frequently throughout North America.
Now, she had rediscovered the woods next to her first home, and she took it all in with a single breath. Brushing her hand against the rough bark of an old oak tree, she recalled with a smile the time her father had told her that his great grandfather had planted that very same tree.
Shifting her backpack around, she stretched up to the first low-hanging limb she could reach and proceeded to lift herself upward. Eventually, she made it to the top, stopping to t
The Making of the Best SukiyakiThe Making of the Best Sukiyaki3 years ago in Short Stories More Like This
It was your typical, average Saturday at the Okumura brothers' dorm. Oddly, someone else was walking the halls today. Sixteen year-old Renzo Shima was busy texting on his cell phone after having a chat with Yukio about his grades as of late. Usually the pink haired teen wouldn't have minded such a talk, but it had forced him to miss an important date.
"Great, now she hates me." Shima mumbled as he read the last not-too-friendly text message and snapped his phone shut before pocketing it. "That's the third chick this month. Am I losing my touch?" Shima laced his arms behind is head and stared at the ceiling as he thought. "I think she had a pretty hot sister, maybe I could-"
Shima stopped in mid-sentence when he heard, and felt, a wet crunch under his right foot. Barely moving his head; the young Exorcist-in-training looked down at his shoe and gulped. He slowly pulled back his foot to reveal the squashed remains of some kind of beetle-like bug. It's yellow, slimy guts were all over the
Endless Night- GTPLEASE COMMENT!!!Endless Night- GT2 years ago in Introductions & Chapters More Like This
A shivering and chattering Sadaya (Sadie) Edin shuffled carefully through the gloppy mud. She bit her lip and held the small damp bundle of fur against her ice cold chest and took a deep chilling breath.
“Gotcha, Kotka,” she coughed. She stroaked the small creature with her sleve covered hand and smiled. The little grey kitten mewed pitifully at her touch, snuggling closer to her body for warmth.
“I think we’re almost to the RV,” Sadaya said quietly. “As soon as we get out of this stupid swamp…”
Sadaya let out a sigh of releife as the mud slowly transformed into the less gushy terrain of the forest path. She shut her eyes and punched herself mentally for taking this route. If only she had stayed with Madam… Sadaya laughed at herself. She’d rather eat ice cold porrige than spend one more minute with that witch of a professor. The women was a sad excuse for a human being.
Ever since her
GT: TherapyFear, rational or otherwise, was something one never truly wanted to face head on.GT: Therapy3 years ago in Short Stories More Like This
For twenty years, give or take, Carol Walding viewed conquering some certain fears as overrated; avoidance was just as commendable in her eyes.
So as she sat quietly in the large, solemn office, under the scrutinous gaze of the austere Colonel Jackson, she wondered what decisions in her life caused her to end up here.
"It's quite illogical, Carol." Colonel Jackson was a longtime friend of the family, possibly her father's best friend, but as he spoke with her that evening, his voice was leveled and professional; though he still had trouble concealing the underlining concern he held for her. "Your fear that is; it's irrational." He softly tapped the tip of his pen onto the desk and leaned onto his elbows; watching the girl carefully from across the table.
Carol slumped into her chair and sighed; she had been getting this conversation all week and she was growing ever tired of people telling her tha
Forced Aid -LoZ-Vore-Raspy. His breaths came out like a ragged flush, impeded by a dry throat and stray bits of saliva. His vision was blurred, swaying; he felt his head reel back at times from fatigue.Forced Aid -LoZ-Vore-3 years ago in Short Stories More Like This
All he could think of was energy- his lack of it and how much he needed it. He was pathetic, really-just one day of pushing through heavy doors that haven't been open for centuries, battling creatures who thrived in the dank, stale air already made him weak-kneed. His legs shuddered. What would happen if he passed out here? He'd wake up in the gullet of some Din-forsaken abomination.
He checked his bottles again as if he thought supplies were just going to appear in them magically. All empty. Already he used a fairy to heal him and drank down two helpings of insect larvae- now he was left with nothing.
Midna was quiet as usual. It made him uncomfortable to know that she was underneath him, in his shadow, silently watching up his legs. Creepy. Once or twice he heard her chuckle darkly when he was sent flying
Short story: ChangesI was excited when I heard that Scott had returned. At first I was worried that he wouldn't remember me .it had been so long ago when we played together as children. I guess I wasn't really worried that he wouldn't remember me we had nearly been best friends, but I was more worried that he wouldn't consider seeing me again. You know how it is, when someone that you are close with moves far away. Sometimes you drift apart and there is that strange awkwardness when you see each other again. The strange awkwardness that feels like this person who you used to know so well is now a stranger before your eyes. Apparently, and happily, Scott didn't feel that way since he called me within the first few days of him being home.Short story: Changes3 years ago in Settings More Like This
It was so strange hearing his voice again, after all this time. He was about ten when he had gone away, and we were both twenty now. Ten long years separated me from the person I used to know. Would he be recognizable to me? Had he completely changed? The only wa
DreamsThe girl poked her head into the dark surroundings of the house. She blinked her dark brown eyes, glancing left and right in slight confusion, almost what seemed to be paranoia as she slowly stepped forward. She shouldn't leave the door open too long; The February air had a bit of a bite to it. Her cheeks proved that to be true as they were a good shade of red from her walk.Dreams3 years ago in Short Stories More Like This
She had been walking for a half hour or so in the brisk weather. The winds gently played with the strands of her hair that leaked from her hoodie, which was the only thing protecting her from the cold. She refused to wear her coat, stubbornly waiting for spring to arrive.
The melted snow was not the prettiest of sights, nor was the brown grass underneath. The bare trees looked even more hollow, unsupported by the colored leaves of fall, the snow of winter, or the fresh, green grass and leaves of summer. Spring was coming, but it was taking its sweet time.
"Hmff." The teen closed the door behind her, closing her eye
First EncountersAbraham huffed as he bathed in the lake, grateful that he lived far away enough from the village so he avoided the humans but still close enough to the water so he could bathe in peace. Of course, he could only do it at night since if a human caught him, they would try to kill him.First Encounters3 years ago in Short Stories More Like This
Giants were not as magical and mythical as humans make them out. They were not as tall as skyscrapers or anything and they were not seeking out humans as meals. They weren't hideous troll creatures either that didn't wear proper clothing and covering either. Not all of them live and wandered all. Those fairytales and folktales completely twisted the truth. People hunted after them as though they were beasts of burden and told stories to their children in order to scare them from wandering off by themselves at night since "the giants would find them and eat them."
In truth, giants, to put it into the simplest of terms, looked exactly like humans, just obviously bigger. They weren't so big that they towered ov
An Interview With A GiantIt was perfect. The sun was out, the wind was tame. Ashton lay on his back- the silky grass of the meadow felt soft on his bare skin.An Interview With A Giant2 years ago in Short Stories More Like This
He finally had a chance to be by himself- the humans didn’t come near this part of the country. So he was safe from any interrupting yells of fright or disgust. He took a deep breath of the fresh air, then shut his eyes sleepily. A short nap was all he wished for…
Five year old Kelly had seen this giant more than once. He was enormous- he seemed bigger than the first time she had seen him! She could see his gargantuan body lying in the emerald green meadow. He appeared to be sleeping…
It was Kelly’s chance! She looked down at her school backpack and took out her pair of binoculars. She peered through them, zooming in onto the giant’s face. His eyelids were shut, and his great mouth was open slightly.
He was definitely asleep.
Kelly was beyond excited . She could approach him easily now… She clapped her hands