Todas las aves ponen huevos? 1El sol entro por la ventana de la pequeña habitación desordenada, ilumino la ropa y revistas desperdigadas por el suelo, la mesita de luz, la cama y finalmente la cara de quien se encontraba durmiendo ahí despertándolo.Todas las aves ponen huevos? 1 in Introductions & Chapters More Like This
- Mmmm Ya debe ser tarde, mejor nos levantamos Rig -Se enderezo en la cama dispuesto a levantarse cuando sintió algo entre sus piernas y al levantar las sabanas quedo petrificado- Qu-Que?!
- Ya cállate, Mordecai, trato de dormir! Se quejo el mapache desde su trampolín-
- Pe-Pero, amigo
- Que sucede? Se levanta y al ver hacia donde lo hacia la aterrada urraca comienza a reír- Pusiste un huevo?!
- No! Se levanta sin dejar de ver el huevo sobre la cama- Eso Eso es imposible! Se toma la cabeza confundido-
- Ohhhh!!! Mordecai puso un huevo!!! Seguía riendo-
- Ya enserio, Rigby! Esto es serio! Lo detuvo de un puñetazo-
- Auch! Frotándose el brazo por el dol
Todas las aves ponen huevos? 5- Acaso esto es una broma??!!Todas las aves ponen huevos? 5 in Introductions & Chapters More Like This
- La urraca esquivo un par de libros que arremetieron contra él al entrar a la habitación- Rigby!?
- No! Claro que no! Aquí la única broma es ese estúpido huevo!! Se lanza sobre la urraca-
- Rigby! Detente! Que haces?! Alzo a Jame lo mas alto que pudo para que el mapache no lo alcance-
- Tú que haces?! Ya me cansaste de este estúpido juego de "la mamá y el papá"!! Dame eso!! Tira a Mordecai al suelo saltándole encimas para acorralarlo-
- Auch! Pero de que estas hablando?! Sin dejar de alejar el huevo de Rigby mientras con dificultad forcejeaba con este intentando quitárselo de encima-
- No te hagas el tonto!! Te vi con Benson afuera!! Desde cuando son tan cercanos, eh?! Desde cuando te llevas mejor con él que conmigo?!
- Eso ya te lo explique!! Acaso estas celoso?!
- Claro que estoy celoso!! Grito cerrando los ojos con fuerza y unas lágrimas comenzaron a escapar
Todas las aves ponen huevos? 4- Hola Margarita! Tráenos dos cafés Saludo sentándose en una de las mesas-Todas las aves ponen huevos? 4 in Introductions & Chapters More Like This
- Hola Mordecai! Se extraño al ver que quien lo acompañaba no era Rigby y aun más al notar el huevo que llevaba en brazos-
- Oh este es mi hijo Jame Presento alegre-
- Tu hijo?! Casi se le cae la jarra de café del sobresalto-
- Si, Benson es su padre
- Co-Como?! Cada vez entendía menos y sus plumas se erizaban más-
- Un gusto Saludo Benson con una sonrisa- Así que tu eres Margarita? Mordecai me hablo mucho sobre ti
- Ya Ya les traigo su orden! Se alejó completamente aturdida y anonadada-
- Pero si tenía la jarra de café en la mano -Observo Benson-
- A veces puede ser algo distraída Rio apenado Mordecai- Por cierto
Mientras tanto en la cocina del café.
- Estas segura? Escuchaste bien?
- Si Eileen! Lo dijo fuerte y claro!! Tomando a la castaña por los hombros-
Todas las aves ponen huevos? 2Lo que comenzó como una divertida broma de la cual Rigby disfrutaba viendo a Mordecai muy maternal junto al huevo, poco a poco fue haciéndole menos gracia ante la seriedad de este y su "imposibilidad laboral" por tener que cuidar del huevo por tiempo completo dejándole el doble de trabajo y tareas en el parque.Todas las aves ponen huevos? 2 in Introductions & Chapters More Like This
- Oh vamos Mordecai! Ya deja ese estúpido huevo por un momento y ayúdame con esto!! Se quejo intentando levantar un tronco del camino-
- Como llamaste a Jame?!
- Al escuchar eso deja el tronco sumamente sorprendido- Le pusiste nombre?
- Claro que si!
- Sacude la cabeza volviendo en si- No puedes dejar de trabajar solo por cuidar ese huevo! No es justo!
- Y si yo no lo cuido quien lo hará? Tú? Ja! Tú no puedes ni cuidar de vos mismo
- (Esto ya ah ido demasiado lejos) Mordecai, enserio ya vasta! Ese huevo en realidad !
- Que rayos están haciendo?!
Ambos voltearon sobresaltados encontrándose con Benson quien los miraba de
Todas las aves ponen huevos? 3Una mañana más en el parque desde que Mordecai es madre, una mañana mas de ternura para todos, una mañana más de fastidio para Rigby.Todas las aves ponen huevos? 3 in Introductions & Chapters More Like This
Todos desayunaban sentados en la cocina cuando la urraca entro cargando su huevo, Skips caballero se levanto cediéndole su asiento e incluso le acerco la silla a la mesa, Papaleta le regalo una mantita que la noche anterior había tejido para Jame y Benson con una sonrisa le sirvió el desayuno, todos deseándole un buen y brillante día, todos menos cierto mapache quien sin moverse de su asiento miraba la escena con desdén.
- Como se encuentra el pequeño Jame?
- Hay algo mas que podamos ofrecerte?
- Puedo tenerlo en brazos un momento?
En ese momento entran Musculoso junto a Fantasmano, y Rigby conociendo lo poco considerados y sensibles que eran estos, sonrió esperando el final de tanta melaza.
- Me contaron que Mordecai puso un huevo Dijo el castaño verdoso acercándose al nomb
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[Scene: Linda and Robert are walking home. A school bus full of adults is riding off behind them. Linda and Robert each have backpacks on]
Robert: How'd you do on the test today?
Linda: Look for yourself. [She hands Robert the page]
Robert: Wow [looks at it disbelief] How do you not know how to make a water balloon?
Linda: Seriously, when are we ever going to use this stuff? Let's just get home. I've got to make a phone call to Janet.
Robert: You need to start thinking about the consequences. These bad grades are really starting to pile up.
[They reach the stairs]
Linda: Look, I've had a hard day. I just want to relax. I'll deal with my grades later.
[They open the door and enter the house. Sally is on the couch playing a video game. Linda runs upstairs towards her room. Robert walks towards the kitchen]
Sally: Where are you going?
Robert: To the kitchen to do my homework. I want to just get it out of the way.
Sally: Oh no you don't mister!
Robert: D-did I do something wrong?
Growing Around - Episodes - A Tale of Two Kiddies[We open to see Linda distracted in class, typing on her cellphone]Growing Around - Episodes - A Tale of Two Kiddies in Comedy More Like This
Linda: Huh, so that's what's going on around the world. I hope things calm down in the—
[She's knocked back by a spitball]
Linda: AGH! Who did that?
[She looks up to see Kathy, staring angrily at her with her arms folded and a straw in one of her hands.]
Kathy: The only place in the world you should be worrying about right now is my classroom.
Linda: Hey! I'm paying attention.
Kathy: Oh really? Then tell me what color crayon Jimmy Stitch used to sign the Ice Cream Proclamation?
Linda: Um.... green?
[Kathy raises one eyebrow]
[She looks over to Robert, who is looking kind of embarrased for her. It's clear that Linda has falling into one of Kathy's traps]
Kathy: Linda, if you were paying attention you'd know that's not what we're learning about today.
Linda: Oh come on, you've got to give me a chance!
[Kathy is heading back to her desk. She doesn't even turn around]
Kathy: Alright, you can be th
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[Robert playing video games]
Sally: Uh, Robert why are you still playing that video game?
Robert: Because it's fun.
Sally: Why don't you go outside and do something else. Are you really going to spend all weekend doing this?
Robert: I don't see why not.
Sally: Well, maybe I want to play.
Robert: Ugh, can I please finish this level?
[Sally looks at the screen and sees Robert failing at beating a boss]
Sally: Up, left, perry, thrust.
Robert: I think I know what I'm doing.
[Loses a life. In frustration, Sally takes the controller]
Sally: Come on, come on.
[Sally beats the boss, and sticks out her tongue at Robert]
Robert: Okay, fine. Can I have the controller back now?
Robert: Why not?
Sally: It's my turn now.
Sally: Ugh. Alright, but if you die again I'm going to own you in multiplayer.
Sally: I'm coming! I'm coming!
[Sally trips over one of Linda's possessions while Robert is playing a video game in the background]
Growing Around - Episodes - Best Enemies[We open up to see Sally standing in front of a three-story building. She's looking up at her car, which has somehow gotten up on the roof. She's in the city part of town.]Growing Around - Episodes - Best Enemies in Comedy More Like This
Sally: Well... this is some way to start a day. How am I supposed to get that down before the candy sale ends?
[A child in a police officer's uniform walks up to her]
Officer: So, that's your car up there?
Sally: [Still looking at the car] Yeah, wanna help me get it down?
Officer: I'm placing you under arrest.
[We see that Sally's been handcuffed]
Sally: Hey, that's not fair! I get my car stuck on rooftops all the time and you guys never seem to mind!
Officer: Well, you usually don't run through six buildings, two parks, and a subway train when you do. I hope.
[We cut to a panning shot of a bunch of mayhem that Sally's destruction has caused]
Sally: Um... it wasn't me...?
Officer: Tell it to the judge.
[We gilligan cut to the court room.]
Sally's lawyer: I told you, the "it wasn't me" defense never wo
Hope and Expectations: Chapter 5, Life Ruined?"So you've ruined your life"Hope and Expectations: Chapter 5, Life Ruined? in General Fiction More Like This
I kept staring at those words on the pamphlet Dr. Hibbert gave me after he announced I was pregnant. I am not ready for this, not at all. It felt like a stone had fallen into the pit of my stomach, and I wanted to throw up. But I knew it was only the baby that was inside, the one that had given me morning sickness for the past few weeks, the one that was now ruining my life. I could not believe I had let myself stoop so low with Homer the night we joined the castle club. Granted I love him dearly, but I don't think we are actually ready for this.
We don't have the right jobs for us to take care of this child; I still live with my mother and my sisters. Homer lives on his own, but how much can he do for me when he barely even finished high school? If I got a new job, it wouldn't be for very long, I would have to take care of the baby. I can't ask my mother for money, she has my sisters to take care of. So what should I do?
I'm so upset and thinking so hard a
Hope and Expecations: Part 2I must admit, sleeping alone is not as cool as it once was. Sure you have all the room you need to yourself on the bed, but once you have a wife, things feel so empty when she is away. For three full nights I was alone without Marge while she was in the hospital after giving birth to our second child Lisa. At first I thought the idea was great, more room for me for a few days, but then on the first night as I lay there, I realized I had no one to hold on to. It's definitely a crushing experience, and I hope nothing horrible ever happens to Marge because you never realize how much you miss your wife until they leave you for a while.Hope and Expecations: Part 2 in Drama More Like This
But the loneliness is gone for the moment, thank God. Marge came home this afternoon with Lisa in tow. She is a darling little thing, so tiny and so innocent, unlike Bart who had the mischievous look in his eyes the minute he burst from the womb. Of course, looks can be deceiving; maybe she is hiding it for a few months before she shows her true colors. Or m
Hope and Expectations: MaggiePork chop night, a night that is rarely missed by my family, mainly because Homer claims I make them to perfection. The kids love it too, they say that the slices of meat are tender enough to make it extremely juicy and delicious, there is rarely any fat, and if there is, it's just scooted aside to be thrown away later or given to the cat who seems to enjoy it. No one complains, they eat it with vigor and compliment me on another delicious night of pork chops, along with a scoop of apple sauce that disappears as quickly as the pork chops. It's something I always enjoy making for them; I always prepare them with love and care even on nights like tonight.Hope and Expectations: Maggie in General Fiction More Like This
Of course tonight I knew things would not go well, I knew it the moment I walked into the supermarket and had to buy a new brand of pork chops that were cheaper due to the financial situation we are in now. Homer decided to change jobs; he wanted his dream job working as a pin monkey at a local bowling alley. He had wanted to do this fo
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Even though I've been working through eight hour shifts for the past three days and feel exhausted, I just can't sleep. My mind is racing with thoughts about what I have put myself through, and most importantly what Marge has gone through. I keep thinking if I did the right thing by marrying her, I love her to death but I can't believe I went as far as to get her pregnant. I mean it's great that I will soon be a Dad, but will I be a good provider for him?
Working these eight hour shifts have been long and tedious, flipping burgers is not my idea of fun, and neither is sitting by the drive through waiting for some low life to show up and ask for a meal. They always want something special on that meal, extra mayo, no onions, can the hamburger have no meat in it, that of course it not possible, but I just humor them and give them a fake smile when they come up to the window. And I do it all for Marge.
I miss her so much right now, but I really don't deserve her, not a bum li
Storm- Chapter OneChapter One- A SwimStorm- Chapter One in General Fiction More Like This
“Thunderkit!” Thunderkit woke to the ever-present whine of his littermate’s voice. He tried to ignore it, snuggling closer to the warm fur of his mother. On one side was the comfort and softness that only Icewing could bring. On the other, there was only a stale breeze and the nagging feeling he could be attacked at any time. Sure enough, a few seconds after his name was called, a paw found its way into his side, “Come on, Thunderkit! Get up! We wanna play!”
The tiny tom just squeezed his eyes tighter closed and pressed further into his mother’s pelt. There was no way he would let anyone shake him out of a perfectly good cat-nap. Fearing another jab, he mewed sleepily, “No. Play without me. I wanna sleep!”
“Come on Stormkit, leave hi
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Hailkit stood by Mistystar’s side, head held high as she gazed down at her Clanmates. Finally, she was a warrior. Finally she could prove herself to everyone. Finally she could help her Clan.
She pricked her ears as she heard the beginnings of a chant. Her Clan was chanting her warrior name, recognizing her noble actions, “Stormkit, Stormkit, Stormkit,” They chanted, eyes only on her older brother. He roared and strutted, gaining nothing but admiration and the continued chant, “STORMKIT! STORMKIT! STORMKIT!”
Hailkit tried to mrow out her grief, tried to step up so they could see her, but she was trapped in Stormkit’s sha
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Thunder crashed once more from outside and Hailkit let out the loudest mew yet, snuggling close to her mother so only the tops of her ears could be seen. It had been raining since morning, a heavy storm circuit that darkened the sky and stirred the air. Rain was coming down in sheets, softening the soil and washing it down towards the lake. It was the second biggest storm of Thunderkit’s young life, the first being the one in which the kits had been born.
Thunderkit was fascinated by it. The streaks of light shooting across the sky, thin claw scratches that faded before he could blink. Endless water spraying from dark, threatening clouds. The smell of life and renewal seeping through the air. It was, he decided, beautiful. His favorite part of this otherwise unbearable s
America x Reader Black FridayThe streets were crowded and the traffic was crazy. You were crushed between the bodies of complete strangers as you waited for your friend Alfred Jones. Today was Black Friday and was a very serious thing. Ever since you were ten when your mother took you to your first Black Friday you treated it like a war. You drew up battle plans, evasive maneuvers, and planned your route quickly. You invited Alfred since he had never gone, which surprised you, but he was taking forever. You already lost your perfect spots which made you quite angry seeing as you had to form a new plan to make up for it. The large clock in the middle of the store read 5:57 p.m. It officially started at 6. If he didn't make it then you would have to go on without him and if he did show up he would have no help. You would feel bad about leaving him to fend for himself, he was quite a softie besides his unnatural strength. A tap on your shoulder caused you to go in defense mode and you sent your hand back. *SLAP*America x Reader Black Friday in Humor More Like This
The Apple Juice Fight: Dave Strider/Reader DrabbleThe tension in the air was palpable, your eyes locked with the young man's own cherry colored ones. Why you were both having a serious stare off was simple. There was a prize that both of you wanted. There would be fighting and absconds, subterfuge and lies, maybe even the legendary cold shoulder. Why all this fighting you may ask. The last apple juice was in the fridge. "Come on Strider. You know I will win" you said, smirking.The Apple Juice Fight: Dave Strider/Reader Drabble in Humor More Like This
He laughed, "I would love to see you try." You quickly slid across the table, not caring about the damage to it and the vase that crashed on the floor. He flipped over a chair and prepared a kick. You quickly blocked with your forearms and attempted to throw a hit his way. He jumped back, giving you more time to reach the fridge. He tried to grab your arm but you ducked and swung the door open. You could see the heavenly light that was reflected of the juice. You grabbed the container and ran to the living room, you had to find a place to hide. The only rooms i
Futuro-Mamá esa chica se parece mucho a la tía Isabella -cuando escucho decir esto a Amanda, dirigiéndose a la Candace del futuro, una sola idea salta en mi cabeza haciendo eco e inevitablemente tengo que decirla en voz alta.Futuro in Flash Fiction & Vignettes More Like This
-Oíste eso Candace, voy a casarme con Phineas!
-O Ferb -me responde ella dejando mi mente en blanco.
Dirijo mi vista al peliverde y este me giña un ojo mientras hace un gesto con su mano señalándome. Bueno lo que dice Candace es verdad, para ser tía de Amanda tendría que casarme con Phineas o... Ferb.
Miro fijamente al chico frente a mí y de pronto todo desaparece a nuestro alrededor, es como si el mundo estuviera deshabitado, excepto por mi amigo y yo. El tiempo pasa en un santiamén y de repente ya somos unos adolescentes; Ferb lleva lentes negros, una chaqueta de cuero del mismo color y unos pantalones de mezclilla algo ajustados que caen sutilmente hasta sus tenis plateados. Por alguna ex
TSS: Liver PunchHe stood in front of the mirror, examining the bruise that colored his side. It wasn't healing as quickly as he had wanted - it had been hours since the fight, and the pain still shot up his spine every time he moved. It was probable that Kagome had been correct, and he had a broken rib. Sesshoumaru would not tell her, of course. Even a severe fracture would mend soon, and she had already fretted over him far too much.TSS: Liver Punch in Fan Fiction More Like This
The memory of Kagome's concerned, gentle touch on his ribs suddenly morphed into an intense image of her hands sliding up to his chest, and her lips pressing against him. Everything of hers was pressing against him. He could feel her soft hair tickle his skin and smell the scent of her lavender soap. It was fleeting, but the stabbing pain of his injury was nothing in comparison to the shudder of sensation that flowed through him with such a picture in his mind.
The sound of cracking porcelain brought him back to reality, where his hands were curled around the crum
TSS: BlockSango pulled a red folder marked 'Case 2852 - Threat Assessment' from her bag, placed it in front of Kagome and went to fetch the takeout from the kitchen. "Your captain would have your head if she found out that you read me into your assignment," she observed, unpacking the food.TSS: Block in Fan Fiction More Like This
"I know," mumbled Kagome, pulling a cup of noodles towards her. "Who is 'case 2852'?"
The older woman gave her a cool look. "You know better than that. Suffice it to say, it's not a client that actually needs a threat assessment," she said, curling into the chair across from Kagome.
"So secretive," teased the policewoman.
"I wouldn't be much of a security contractor if I weren't," said Sango. "At least you know that I'll keep my mouth shut about this."
Kagome smiled. "I appreciate it, Sango. Your company and your family just have so many more resources than the department, and I needed everything I could get on Naraku."
"This fighter of yours must be gorgeous for you to take this sort of risk," said he
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Lisa was happy that her daughter Zia looked up to her, and was just as intelligent as she was at her age. She was worried that she would become a total party girl, and become hooked to the web. Christmas was over, it was passed midnight, and she walked to her car with her husband. They waved to her parents and brother; Bart decided to stay the night. The three of them drove off and headed for home, Lisa driving, Milhouse in the seat next to her, and Zia in the back.
Halfway there, the car began to have trouble. Lisa turned to see Milhouse asleep, his head leaning on the window. She looked back at Zia; she had fallen asleep on the back seats. Lisa pulled the car to the side of the road and got out of the car. She opened her hood and tried to find the problem with the car.