Remembering Childhood #2: Fantastical MindsFor a short post, here is a collection of deviations that remind me of pretend games or fantasies that I remember having as a kid.
By :iconDerekHunter: This is a game my brother and I played CONSTANTLY! Only the sharks occurred in the Dining room, after we stretched out the living room couch and the throw pillows, our bedroom blankets, etc. I was delighted to see that someone captured this in such a perfect way!
By :iconJaredWingate: Having 3 younger brothers, I witnessed this little game of theirs too many times to count. I always got stuck being the damsel in distress... or Catgirl or Batgirl if I was lucky.
By :iconzilla774: Another reason why Monsters, Inc. was such a cool movie - what kid didn't have that moment in their bed where they suddenly thought something else was creeping around? As cool as it was for me to get my very own bedroom as a kid, I had no idea how terrifying it would be.
TMNT FanFic 'The Bonds between Turtle and Pet'TMNT FanFic 'The Bonds between Turtle and Pet'3 years ago in Sci-Fi More Like This
"Mikey! That cat of yours has been usin' my bed for a scratchin' post! If don't keep Klunk outta my room "
"Aw, c'mon Raph. She's just behaving the way all cat's do- it's an instinct to scratch the hothead's stuff!"
"Maybe, but if you don't keep her outta my room, I'm gonna introduce little miss instinct to your Comic books!!!"Raphael growled at Michaelangelo, who took the hint and wandered off to find his cat.
"Good morning, my sons" Master Splinter entered the room.
"Morning, sensei", the three turtles said in unison.
"Leonardo, it seems we are running out of some items in the kitchen. When you visit Miss O'neill, please ask her to take a list for us." Leo nodded, returning to his breakfast, a bowl of plain rice. Donatello, who sat next to him, poured a bowl of cereal for himself.
"Hey, Klunk! C'mere, Klunk! Where are ya, kitty? Heeeere kittykittykitty!!!"
"Yo, BONEHEAD! Ninja's are supposed to be SILENT!!!"
"Raphael." Splinter looked once at the turtle. "I understand your annoy