Disney: Planet Never LandLilo & Stitch/Return to Never Land (femslash, Jane/Lilo)Disney: Planet Never Land in Fan Fiction More Like This
Summary: One day something that is decidedly not a comet crashes in Never Land, carrying a strange girl and her stranger pet.
Notes: Basically aged up Lilo and Jane meet. Don't ask for an explanation about the pairing. Just enjoy it.
"All right men --"
"-- and Jane. There's treasure to be found!" Peter Pan stabbed his dagger dramatically into the air. "Let's go!"
The Lost Boys cheered, and Jane smiled. There was always treasure to be found in Never Land. But before she could take another step, Tootles tugged sharply at her dress, and she looked down to see him bouncing agitatedly. She knelt down next to him. "What it is?" she asked gently, and he pointed to the sky. Jane looked up to see what looked like a comet, bright even against the morning sky, bearing down on them. "Peter!" sh
Disney: StargazingLilo & Stitch/Return to Never Land (femslash, Jane/Lilo)Disney: Stargazing in Fan Fiction More Like This
Summary: Lilo and Jane try to learn the constellations of Neverland.
"Do you stargaze much?" Jane asked.
Lilo pursed her lips. Both girls were lying in a quiet field, learning the constellations of Neverland. "Well, I gaze at stars a lot. But that's usually just because that's what you see when you're flying a spaceship. As far as lying down just looking at the stars, probably not so much."
Lilo paused, and said, "That's weird, isn't it?"
"Hm?" Jane looked over at her, and Lilo pushed herself up on one arm.
"Just that I spend all this time flying around in outer space, and I don't even stop and appreciate the stars. What's wrong with me?"
"Nothing's wrong with you," Jane said soothingly, and bit back a smile when Lilo quirked her eyebrow. "I think people watch the stars because they seem so...distant. Magnificent, but distant. They're so far out of reach." She turned her eyes skyward again. "You can see the stars as
HTTYD: Into the ForestSummary: Astrid/Ruffnut - The forest had always been a place Astrid and Ruffnut could spend time together without worrying about anyone else.HTTYD: Into the Forest in Fan Fiction More Like This
Astrid and Ruffnut had been friends ever since they were young. To be fair, it had started more as a matter of practicality than anything -- Astrid was pretty much the only girl in the village who could keep up with the twins' frantic energy level. Mrs. Thorston, the village's leading florist/pastry maker, had been worried about the effect playing exclusively with a group of roughhousing boys was having on her young daughter, so Mrs. Hofferson agreed to a play date. Mrs. Thorston had probably regretted that decision when the first thing Astrid did upon arriving was run out in the backyard with the twins and helped them build a mud fort and protect it against marauding trolls, but it was too late. From then on Astrid and Ruffnut were together all the time.
Back then, it was either the twins and a
HTTYD: Five Times...Summary: Five times Astrid kissed Ruffnut, and one time Ruffnut kissed her.HTTYD: Five Times... in Fan Fiction More Like This
When they are six, Ruffnut tells Astrid that Tuffnut had heard from some of the older boys that babies came from two people kissing.
"Don't be stupid, that's not how it works," Astrid says.
"How do you know?" Ruffnut counters.
"People kiss a lot! That doesn't make them have babies."
"It might. People who kiss have babies too. I've seen it."
"You're wrong," Astrid insists.
"Am not," Ruffnut says, crossing her arms.
"Are so. Watch." Astrid leans forward and kisses her. When they separate, both girls look at each other for a few seconds, then look down at Ruffnut's belly.
"See!" Astrid cries triumphantly. "You're not going to have baby!"
"That's because you have to be a boy, dummy," Ruffnut says, sticking out her tongue.
"I can do anything a boy can do," Astrid says confidently. "Boys are stupid anyway."
Wonderland: There and BackSummary: Burton Movieverse - To Margaret, Alice had always seemed only half-anchored to this world.Wonderland: There and Back in Fan Fiction More Like This
It was a Sunday when Margaret went to go visit Alice in the hospital again. She took the baby with her -- the dear thing was much too young to be without her mother for any length of time, and she knew Alice enjoyed playing with her niece. Lowell was beginning to make noise about her being out of the house so much, but it couldn't be helped. Their mother had been feeling ill lately and wasn't up to making the journey herself, and while she and Alice had their differences, Margaret wasn't about to let her sister be alone in a place like that.
Alice had arrived just over a week ago on one of the trade ships, groggy and with bandages wrapped around her head. Apparently she had had a bad fall in her quarters, and had hit the looking-glass hard enough to break it. No one was sure how long she had been unconscious before she was fou
HTTYD: Voyeur - RuffstridSummary: Sometimes Ruffnut should just not be interrupted.HTTYD: Voyeur - Ruffstrid in Fan Fiction More Like This
Astrid stopped when she saw Ruffnut sitting in the woods. Not that she was surprised to see her, she had actually been looking for the other girl, but the picture Ruff was presenting was a little unusual. Ruffnut was sitting very still, and very quietly -- two words that Astrid had never associated with her friend. She was also sitting with her face in a bush, which was just...odd.
Astrid quietly made her way over to Ruff, and gasped as she saw the two mostly naked boys fumbling in a small clearing ahead of her. At the sound Speedifist and Buckshot looked up at her, and for an instant all three were frozen in equal parts horror and humiliation. Then the boys leapt away from each other, scrambling for their clothes, and Astrid clasped her hands over her eyes.
"Oh gods, sorry --"
"We were --"
"I didn't mean --"
Astrid kept her eyes firmly closed
HTTYD: Critique - RuffxAstridSummary: Astrid and Ruffnut critique each other's outfits.HTTYD: Critique - RuffxAstrid in Fan Fiction More Like This
Astrid slipped out of Ruffnut's grip yet again.
"Dammit! Did you cover yourself with oil or something?"
"Your holds need work."
"I'll show you work, you -- GAH, ow, getoff getoff ASTRID GET OFF!"
Astrid released her hold on the other girl and stepped back. "What?"
"That's what!" Ruffnut said, pointing to Astrid's leather skirt and rubbing her legs where the metal spikes had dug in. "This is why I don't like practicing grappling with you. It's like you're trying to repel an attack on your nether region."
"Wow," Astrid said, glancing down, "only your mind would go there."
"That's exactly what it's like, so shut up. Seriously, what purpose does that serve other than making it really hard for someone to sit in your lap?"
"Maybe anyone who's presumptuous enough to sit in my lap deserves it."
"Aw, I'm sorry Astrid, are the invisible suitors bothering you again?"
Lilo and Stitch: NormalitySummary: Myrtle may not be sure what normal is anymore, but she's pretty sure Lilo still doesn't qualify.Lilo and Stitch: Normality in Fan Fiction More Like This
When Myrtle is young, she's good at making friends, and keeping them. She's queen of her own little clique. She's forceful and confident and sometimes mean, yeah, but only to people she and the others had decided deserved it.
But she and her friends keep getting older, keep moving up in school, keep meeting new people. One day the girl known for making fun of people who are different realizes she's different. Most of her classmates are native; they have a shared heritage, culture, language. All Myrtle has is an absent father and a mother who tries way too hard. Eventually Myrtle realizes the downside of choosing friends just as likely as her to exclude someone for not fitting in.
She never quite recovers after that. It's not like she's a total social outcast, but she doesn't really fit in with most of the kids she knows. It doesn't help that she doesn't become less abrasive
HTTYD: Girl FightAstrid crossed her arms and stared at Ruffnut resolutely. "You are not doing that."HTTYD: Girl Fight in Fan Fiction More Like This
"Yes I am." Ruffnut made to brush by Astrid.
Astrid quickly stepped to the side to intercept her, raising her open palm in a stalling motion. "No, you're not."
Ruffnut rolled her eyes. "Watch me." She tried to move forward again, but Astrid grabbed her arm.
"You're pretty stupid sometimes, but even you're not that stupid."
"Why, thank you, Astrid. Have I mentioned I really, really don't care what you think? Now let go."
Ruffnut reached up to pry Astrid's fingers off, and Astrid responded by giving her a hard jerk, momentarily knocking her off balance. "I really, really don't care either, but there's no way in Hel I'm letting you run off now."
"Gods, Astrid, lighten up! You're not in charge of me." Ruffnut twisted her arm suddenly, wrenching it from Astrid's grasp, and tried to make a run
HTTYD: Choice, Part 1Warning: Girlslash and Boyslash upcoming (eventually).HTTYD: Choice, Part 1 in Fan Fiction More Like This
Summary: Three years after the events of the movie, Astrid makes a choice.
Astrid had been out of sorts lately.
She wasn't sure why. Nothing had really changed. Hiccup was still Hiccup, kind, intelligent, and awkwardly self-confident. Ruffnut was still vain, crazy, and wild. And the guys still teetered the line between being amusing and being annoying. The only thing that seemed to have changed was Astrid. It was confusing, and frustrating, and the only thing she knew was that she had to do something about it.
Of course Hiccup could tell. He bore the brunt of her bad moods, obviously. And he wanted to talk about it, had been trying to get her to increasingly often over the past few weeks. She always brushed him off, because how could you have a talk when you had no idea what to say? Well, he'd get his talk tod