Love Love Nightmare Lyrics(I want to eat your eyes, eat your eyes and your ears too x3Love Love Nightmare Lyrics4 years ago in Songs & Lyrics More Like This
Eat your eyes
Eat your ears
Eat Your eyes x2
Love Love Nightmare
I want to eat your eyes and your ears
Love Love Nightmare)
One time in a dream, I saw
That our whole world was swallowed whole
You and I, just us two lovers
Got into this horrible SITUATION!
You were meant only have eyes for me
You were only meant to be with me
Who really was the bad one in this game of love? Wasn't me.
DO YOU UNDERSTAND ME?
Every Dog Has Its DayThere once was a dog who wandered the streets. He was a kindly dog who did not have a home.Every Dog Has Its Day3 years ago in Short Stories More Like This
Sometimes, he would see families at the park playing with their dogs. How he wished he were one of those dogs. After a time, he decided that he would try to befriend one of the children that played in the park. He was overcome with excitement and haphazardly ran toward a child while yelling "Hello!" over and over again. He had almost reached the child when, suddenly, he felt a sharp pain in his side. A man had kicked him causing him to yelp in pain. He never went back to the park again.
Despite that incident, it did not deter him from trying to find someone who wanted him. The dog promised himself that if he should ever find someone to love him, he would return that love a hundredfold.
One rainy morning, as he was searching for food, he happened to come across a pet store. Inside, he saw dozens of
Review of ParanormalcyReview of Paranormalcy4 years ago in Reviews & Guides More Like This
By Kiersten White
Evie is not your normal teen, even though she'd like to think of herself that way.
First of all, she lives underground in a massive government complex. She doesn't know anyone her own age. She doesn't go to high school. She works pretty much round the clock. Oh, and did I mention she works with paranormals?
That's right. Vampires, werewolves, fairies, mermaids: they're all real. And Evie can see them all, no matter what type of glamour they try to fool normal humans with. Which makes her pretty valuable to her bosses at the IPCA (International Paranormal Containment Agency). She'd love to live a normal life, or even the kind of life she sees on TV, but she doesn't see that happening anytime soon. And really, as long as she can keep her pink taser, Tasey, she's pretty content.
But when a new type of shape-shifter breaks into the IPCA, her e
Portal Christmas storyPortal Christmas story3 years ago in Humor More Like This
'Twas Christmas (or the day before),
And for that most people were preparing for.
In Aperture labs all was still,
But then, with a shriek so shrill,
In crashed a British core.
And right in the main computer room,
where GLaDOS was hanging in gloom,
Because of his bad luck of course,
Wheatley crashed with quite a force,
and prepared to face his doom.
Before she could disassemble, torch, or,
throw him into trash compactor,
He turned on his British charm:
"I assure you, I meant no harm!
the sleigh got in my way!" he swore.
Unsure what he was going on about for,
but deeming it best to ignore,
"It has been so much fun,
now get ready to be catapulted to the sun"
she said, deciding to settle the score.
"No! Aren't you curious what I saw!?"
screamed the core hanging in her claw.
"For my falling from the sky the cause,
was, believe it or not, Santa Claus!
for crashing to his sleigh made me yaw!"
Indeed, GLaDOS wasn't about to believe it,
When Chell arrived to save the Brit.
She told the robots,
Goosefeather's Judgment--Ch.12The darkness closed around Goosepaw, and he heard Gingerpelt murmur, "Stay close to me." She touched her tail to his shoulder, making sure he didn't lose her in the dark.Goosefeather's Judgment--Ch.123 years ago in General Fiction More Like This
The blackness pressed around him, darker than dark. All he could feel was cold stone beneath his paws, and Gingerpelt's tail on his shoulder. Panic started to claw at him. What if it just kept going, into the dark? What if he fell and the others left him behind, and he was lost in the dark forever? The tunnel just kept on going down, down, down, so black he could close his eyes and not tell the difference.
He was starting to wish he could just stop and run, run back to the surface and the starlight, when Gingerpelt whispered, "We're here."
He felt a draft and sensed the tunnel opening up around him. Gingerpelt nudged him, telling him to sit, and he sat. He sniffedhe could taste fresh air, and that comforted him. But it was still so dark! Where was the Moonstone?
Then the moon reached its peak, and the Moonstone
Goosefeather's Judgment--Ch.18They padded along without speaking for a while. Adderpaw kept glancing back at Goosepaw. Finally he slowed down so that the two of them were walking side by side. "Look," he hissed, "I don't want to embarrass you Goosepaw, but I'm going to catch something. It's my duty. Alright?"Goosefeather's Judgment--Ch.183 years ago in General Fiction More Like This
Stung, Goosepaw snapped back, "It's my duty too, you know. I can catch something."
Adderpaw's nose wrinkled. "Yeah, catch your breath."
"Don't treat me like I'm less than you!"
"But you are." Adderpaw stared at him, puzzled. "I was just trying to be honest. I'm a warrior, you're not. Duh."
Goosepaw's fur bristled, and he opened his mouth to snarl.
"Quiet back there." Hawkstorm grunted. The two apprentices fell silent, but there were sparks flying between them.
After a while the big tabby stopped. "Alright." He meowed. "Split up, you two, and go in different directions. I'll keep an eye on both of you, but you won't see me. Catch something, and come back here when you do."
Adderpaw nodded, looked at Goos
Goosefeather's Judgment--Ch.14The sun climbed higher in the sky. When it was at its peak, those in the guard patrol went out to set up their perimeter. Silverheart licked Rockpelt and he laughed, but she looked more serious, following Lightfur and Moonpaw out of camp.Goosefeather's Judgment--Ch.143 years ago in General Fiction More Like This
Goosepaw sat by his father. He was still running herbs through his headgoldenrod and cobwebs for open wounds, burdock for infection, dock to slow bleedingwhen Rockpelt looked down at him. "You know, I'm proud of you." He purred.
"Huh?" Goosepaw looked up at him, surprised. Where did that come from?
The big black and white tom nodded. "I am. I sorta wish you had become a warrior, of course, but you can bet I'm proud of how well you're doing as a medicine cat."
The young tom flushed, looking shyly at his paws. "Thanks, Rockpelt."
He leaned down and licked the top of Goosepaw's head. "Now, when Branchstar gives the word, we'll go teach those mangy ShadowClan cats a lesson, huh?" He chuckled.
"Yeah." Goosepaw said.
"I just hope I can ke
Goosefeather's Judgment--Ch.11Fernflight said, "There they are."Goosefeather's Judgment--Ch.113 years ago in General Fiction More Like This
Goosepaw's eyes widened. He looked down a short slope, and there it wasMothermouth. A dark circle against the starlit stones, like an empty eye. Looking at it, for some reason, made him shudder. It looked terribly sinister to hold something wonderful.
Then he noticed the other medicine cats. They were sitting around near the yawning tunnel entrance. There was a pale tabby cat, a small fluffy cream one, a dappled gray and black cat, and a slender white cat with a long tail. Fernflight and Gingerpelt didn't hesitatethey ran down the slope to the others, and Goosepaw hurried to catch up.
The dappled cat, a tom, looked up and blinked green eyes at them. They glowed in the thin light. "Looks like Fernflight and Gingerpelt are here." He meowed.
"Good, we've been waiting ages!" pirruped the small cream cat. He looked at Goosepaw with berry-bright yellow eyes, looking excited and curious. "And look! Who's that, Gingerpelt?"
"Yes, who is it?" asked
Goosefeather's Judgment--Ch. 4A strange smell permeated through the nursery. It smelled faint and foul. Goosekit thought it smelled a little like a bad mouse Mumblepaw had caught once. Gingerpelt had bristled when he had dropped it on the fresh-kill pile, quickly taking it away and making sure the prey underneath it was clean. "Disease follows bad prey." She had explained to a curious Goosekit.Goosefeather's Judgment--Ch. 43 years ago in General Fiction More Like This
Of course, Goosekit was used to the smell by now. He reeked of it.
"HARGHK HORCK HAARRCK!" Thick, ragged coughs spouted from his lips, clawing out of his throat. His body shuddered with each cough. From somewhere far away, he thought he heard Silverheart's voice, felt her tongue rasping against his back. But his mind was lost in a fevered haze of pain and confusion. He felt as though his chest were made of stone; each cough was like brittle fangs scraping out of his body. He had been in this state for a few days nowor had it been longer? Maybe it was a moon. Maybe it was five moons. He really hoped that Moonkit
Goosefeather's Judgment--Ch.16Fourtrees looked very different in the dark. Goosepaw backed up a step, stepping closer to Silverheart. In the shadows under the trees, he could see the glint of moonlight on many eyes and the flicker of pelts. "There's so many cats!" He breathed.Goosefeather's Judgment--Ch.163 years ago in General Fiction More Like This
Moonpaw flicked his nose with her tail. "Of course, silly, imagine ThunderClan three times more!"
He looked over at Branchstar, at the head of the group of cats, Gingerpelt and Lightfur beside him. He lifted his tail and signaled to move. As one, the cats raced down the ridge into the clearing of Fourtrees.
Goosepaw kept close to his mother and sister. His eyes went round as he looked around. The four massive oaks stood around the clearing, and in the center was an enormous stone. Gathered everywhere was catslots of them! So many different scents jabbed at his nostrils. He almost felt dizzy. The Moonpaw nudged him and he snapped out of it. "Come on, I want to go talk to some of the other apprentices!" She chirped.
Porky's Super Cool Journal..Porky's Super Cool Journal of Why He is So Awesome and How He Made the World a Better Place. ...and he's Super Cool. Part 1Porky's Super Cool Journal..5 years ago in Humor More Like This
Day 1: The time machine won't time travel anymore. What a piece of junk. You'd think that with Giygas gone and all I'd be the best thing alive in the whole universe, but apparently this stupid time machine doesn't think so. I insulted it a lot today. I sure showed it, stupid time machine.
Now I'm stranded here in some hick village. It reminds me of home, with the exception of my loving mother and my goody-two shoes neighbor. I'm bored.
Day 2: I modified the machine so I can walk around and stuff. Walking is for chumps! I'll just let the machine do all the work for me, I AM the best thing in the universe after all! I met some guy called Locria. That's a stupid named. Stupid stupid stupid. After
Goosefeather's Judgment--Ch. 7The sound of voices echoed over the ThunderClan territory, even though the air was brittle with frost and wind. It was a time of great honor for three cats in the Clanfor they had earned their warrior names.Goosefeather's Judgment--Ch. 73 years ago in General Fiction More Like This
"Mumblefoot! Weedwhisker! Larksong!"
The names carried high on the bitter wind. Even though it was icy cold out that evening, most of the cats had gathered beneath the Highrock anyway to celebrate the apprentices becoming warriors. Goosekit listened from the nurserykits weren't allowed to come to the meetings. He scowled, folding his paws and resting his chin on them.
He could just imagine how Mumblepaw looked right nowsorry, Mumblefoot. What a fitting name for the clumsy tom. He would have his chest puffed out and his scraggly fur fluffed up, grinning as though he was becoming Clan leader. Goosekit's scowl deepened. He disliked the mean-spirited tom. He was rarely nice, and especially not to kits. I pity his kits someday. He thought, then grinned. <
Interrupting Your Regular Professor"Come on Hershel, it'll be fun!"Interrupting Your Regular Professor2 years ago in General Fiction More Like This
"It's not a matter of me wanting to prevent you from enjoying yourself, Randall. It's just that I don't think that I'm legally allowed to let you cover my class," Layton explained, trying to let his friend down as gently as possible, "You need qualifications to become a professor and you need to be a professor to teach archaeology at university level."
Randall sighed audibly; "But we both know that I'm really good at it."
"Indeed, I do not doubt your skills in the field, but teaching-"
"And you really do need to spend more time with your daughter," Randall cut in, making a point of talking louder than Layton was.
"Yes," agreed Layton. He was definitely regretting even mentioning in passing to Randall that he would like to be there for Flora more than he was right now.
"Well then, it's a win-win situation," Randall concluded, "You take the day off to have some family bonding time and I live the dream of educating the next generation of budding young arch
Goosefeather's Judgment--Ch.10The night air was crisp and cool. The ground was still warm from the day's sunlight. Goosepaw's body was hot with energy from the travelling herbs. Gingerpelt had had him watch her fix the herbs, making him memorize which ones would be best in the mixture. Next time, he would fix his own travelling herbs. But he didn't think about that nowall he could think about was what lay before him.Goosefeather's Judgment--Ch.103 years ago in General Fiction More Like This
It was his first trip to the Moonstone. Tonight, he would meet the other medicine cats and their apprenticesand he would be presented to StarClan as ThunderClan's newest medicine cat apprentice. His body fizzed with an exhilarating mix of nervousness and excitement.
He bounded behind Gingerpelt, paws thudding against the loamy earth. The trees flicked past them as they ran. The moon was only just beginning to rise, the last tinges of sunset on the horizon, but it would be a long journey to Mothermouth.
The trees finally opened up, and Gingerpelt stopped. Goosepaw skidded to a halt beside he
Goosefeather's Judgment--Ch. 5Goosekit and Adderkit did not follow in Yellowkit's pawsteps. They began to recover, slowly. Day by day their chests loosened, the coughs didn't come as frequently, as harshly. After another quarter moon, Adderkit was well again and had returned to the nursery. He had told Goosekit, secretly, that he wasn't too excited about it. "It won't be the same." He murmured. "Not without Yellowkit there."Goosefeather's Judgment--Ch. 53 years ago in General Fiction More Like This
But he had moved back in with his mother. Silverheart still tried to visit, frightened that Goosekit wouldn't make it. But he was getting better. "Adderkit was always a hardier kit." Gingerpelt had assured Silverheart kindly. "Goosekit's taking a little longer to recover, but he'll be just fine."
The comment about Adderkit being "hardier" would have bothered him if it had come from anyone else. But Goosekit was growing to like the medicine cat a lot. As he got stronger, in order to keep him occupied, Gingerpelt let him play little games with the herbs. Things like matching games, or memorizing
Goosefeather's Judgment--Ch.20Green leaves turned to rusty reds and ochers as green-leaf turned to leaf-fall. The forest became patterned with gold and brown, shining in the dawn light. The air became chill and the leaves started to fall, spiraling down to coat the earth. Mice and squirrels started storing nuts and berries, and the cats had rich hunting. Prey was running plentifully, but everyone in ThunderClan knew it wouldn't last. Leaf-bare was just beyond the last fallen leaf.Goosefeather's Judgment--Ch.203 years ago in General Fiction More Like This
Goosepaw was busy in the medicine cat's den, organizing their supplies and taking inventory. Gingerpelt had gone with Tawnypaw and Mosswing to collect herbs, especially catmint from Twolegplace. Goosepaw knew, first hand, how desperately the herb would be needed come leaf-bare.
He pushed a leaf piled high with poppy seeds back into its place. "Plenty of poppy seeds." He said to himself. "We're running low on catmint and borage. I'm sure Gingerpelt knows, and she'll pick some borage while she's out. But in case she doesn't, I'll head out.
Pokemon Creepypasta1: Wonder Mail SI've always wanted a shiny Glaceon in my team on Pokemon Mystery Dungeon: Explorers of the Sky. I booted my Nintendo DS, with my trusty DS card always plugged in. After three long hours, I could not find the Wonder Mail S code for a shiny Glaceon (Only Celebi is shiny in Explorers of the Sky), but then something caught my eye:Pokemon Creepypasta1: Wonder Mail S2 years ago in Introductions & Chapters More Like This
Wonder Mail S code for shiny female Eevee
XXXX XXXXX XXXX
XXXX XXXXX XXXX
Anyway, I don't remember the code, but I remember the first odd instance: even though the letter 'O' was coloured a dismaying red, I still managed to key in the letter (unusable letters and characters are coloured red, while available ones are white). A warning message popped out after I tapped the 'END' option:
WARNING: THIS CODE MIGHT DISRUPT YOUR SAVED FILE. CONTINUE?
WTF? All in caps? What is this? But then I just shrugged it off and tapped 'Yes' anyway. After selecting continue, I went to 'Job List' and saw the job request:
Eek! Absol has my Nectar!
It was taken... Please, get it back
Goosefeather's Judgment--Ch. 2"Can I go play outside with Poppykit and Adderkit and the others?" Moonkit asked, pawing at her mother's shoulder.Goosefeather's Judgment--Ch. 23 years ago in General Fiction More Like This
Silverheart smiled, looking down at her other kit. "Why don't you take Goosekit with you?"
Moonkit threw her brother a disparaging look. "But Silverheart, he doesn't even play the games right."
Goosekit was curled up between Silverheart's paws, his head resting against her leg. He lifted his head and scowled, his brow furrowing as it so often did. "I do try, you know!"
"It's not my fault if you're no good at it." Moonkit sniffed.
Goosekit's face crumpled, and immediately his sister hopped over, hurt. "Oh, Goosekit, I'm sorry." She mewed, nudging his head. "I'm sorry, I didn't mean it."
"Yes you did. I'm terrible at your games." He said bitterly, turning his head away.
Moonkit was obviously torn between having fun and being kind to her brother. She looked out towards the entrance. It was a beautiful daythe sun was bright, and she could see Pinekit and Poppykit
The Runaway Guys - YKYWTMOTRGW1. You get OCD every time someone misspells Jon's name as "John" Like omg! It's not that hard people! His name isn't pronouced, "Jo-HAUN!" If it were spelled "John", people would spit in his face every time they talk to him. LMAO!The Runaway Guys - YKYWTMOTRGW2 years ago in Free Verse More Like This
2.You are suddenly obsessed with Polo shirts
3. Everytime you see a guy wearing a Polo shirt, you say they are wearing a Chuggaaconroy shirt.
4. You tell your friend, who is also named Jon, to not eat the mushroom.
5. You say to another guy named Tim, In the bathroom!
6. What? You want me to make one for Emile? As if you actually know someone else named Emile!
7. You name your pets after them.
8. You name your pet "Cojiro!"
9. You are actually serious about having three sons, and naming the oldest Tim, the middle one Jon, and the youngest Emile.
10. You byt two orange cats, and name them Teddy and Kirby.
11. You get a cat, and name it Yoshi, and then when it purrs, you say Yoshi is SO HAPPY!
12. Here's the weirdest one! Ha ha! You buy a bag of M&Ms, and the
Goosefeather's Judgment--Ch.15A half-moon had passed since Rockpelt had died. There was a hole in Goosepaw's heart where his father wasbut life went on. It always went on. So Silverheart, Goosepaw and Moonpaw went on too. Silverheart went back to her warrior duties, Moonpaw went back to training, and Goosepaw went back to one of his preferred dutiesherb gathering. It gave him a chance to be out of camp and see the territory.Goosefeather's Judgment--Ch.153 years ago in General Fiction More Like This
He walked slowly, his tail flicking, taking it all in.
Newleaf had changed into green-leaf, with thick foliage, cicadas buzzing in the trees and oppressive heat pressing into his pelt. Goosepaw twitched his whiskers as he walked, listening to the sounds all around him. The forest was deafening with life. Insects clicking, the chatter of squirrels as they bounded between the trees, bird song, the rustle of a breeze through the branches. The wind tugged at his fur and played with his whiskers, and he smiled.
"It's a beautiful day, isn't it, Rockpelt?" He murmured under his breath. "I
Goosefeather's Judgment--Ch.21As the moon waned and waxed, the leaves fell thicker, frost choked the grass, and then snow carpeted it. Leaf-fall turned to leaf-bare, and Goosepaw and Larksong became close friends.Goosefeather's Judgment--Ch.213 years ago in General Fiction More Like This
Because she was stuck in the medicine cat den, he would spend time with her, making sure she was comfy and keeping her company. So that she wouldn't be bored, he told stories and made her laugh. In turn, she told him funny stories about times when she was a kit or an apprentice. It was warm and cozy in the medicine cat's den, and Goosepaw found he loved spending time with her.
"So then," she said, "Weedkit said that he could climb on top of the nursery. I said he couldn't. But when he tried, he did manage to get on top of it--and broke right through, landing right on Mosswing's head!"
Goosepaw laughed. Gingerpelt was over in the nursery, looking over Littlestream, so Goosepaw was double-checking their inventory while he kept Larksong company. "That sounds more like something Mumblefoot would do." H
Goosefeather's Judgment--Ch.24"No!"Goosefeather's Judgment--Ch.243 years ago in General Fiction More Like This
Ivystreak stepped forward, pelt bristling. "No, Branchstar, you can't do that!" Littlestream was crouching against the snow, eyes wide and ears flat in fear. Goosepaw's breath caught in his throat. Exiled from ThunderClan? I know she's a traitor to the Clan, but
Branchstar sat down on the Highrock. His face was stony. The Clan looked around at each other, startled. Hawkstorm and Weedwhisker looked satisfied, and they nodded approvingly. Mumblefoot and Adderpaw looked at each other, concerned. Rookflight was looking at the two sisters--she looked as if she had been struck in the face. Moonpaw and Tawnypaw looked upset. Lightfur looked up at Branchstar, and frowned. She looked concerned too. Ivystreak took another step forward. Her eyes shone with desperation. "Branchstar, please. You can't exile her! She's my sister!"
He looked away, snarling softly, "If the traitor matters so much to you, then you can leave with her."
Ivystreak's hackles were raised. Her plea