Once Upon a Situation1. S'moresOnce Upon a Situation in Humor More Like This
"And that's how you make s'mores." Once-ler swayed the stick left and right. Piercing on the thin stick was a gooey marshmallow that was squished with two crackers in between. He sat proudly in front of the campfire. The night was starry and bright; a perfect night to camp out with his animal friends.
The animals were swooned and in awe at the human's 'creation'. Eating the marshmallow raw was exquisite enough. But this? It was a whole new kind of wonder to their taste buds.
Once-ler huffed in triumph. He gave the stick to Lorax, who quickly but hesitantly took it. The orange guardian sniffed the delicacy, then eyed the man cautiously. "Are you sure this is safe ?"
Once-ler rolled his eyes. "Come on, moustache. Do you not trust this face?" He placed his fists under his chin, gave a small pout and blinked his eyes adorably.
Lorax just looked at him boringly. He took one tiny bite of the s'more. Once swallowed, he instantly chomped the whole piece. The other
Innocent Willpower "Phaa "Innocent Willpower in General Fiction More Like This
Willow looked to her left, eyes observing her Ampharos. The light Pokémon nudged her elbow, obviously craving for attention. A smile curved up her lip as she scratched the Pokémon's head. The café was quiet tonight, with a few customers sitting and chatting about. The brunette glanced at her watch. It was almost midnight. And just in a nick of time, a yawn escaped her mouth. Maybe I should call it a night and go home, she thought, her hand still unwarily petting Ampharos.
Willow looked at Ampharos. Her petting stopped, making the Pokémon open her eyes, showing a glint of disappointment. This made her trainer emit a giggle. "Come on, girl. Let's go home. We have to see Yassui tomorrow. The last thing I want is her to explode if I'm late again." The girl shuddered at the thought of the last time she arrived late. Poking Ampharos' nose, she slapped a dollar bill on the table, hopped off her chair
Father's Heir1. RideFather's Heir in General Fiction More Like This
"Ahhhhh!" The child screamed in horror as he clung to the swing's neck. Thanks to his frantic squirming, the green ride only swayed faster and harsher. Tears began to form in his blue eyes. His spectacles were almost bouncing off his face. John gripped tighter, heart and mind hoping that the nightmare would stop.
Good news: it did.
Bad news: he was thrown off in the process.
"AAAHHH!" John shouted louder as he was flown in the air. His little arms waved everywhere, hoping to reach a branch, a kite, or even a flying jet so that he wouldn't crash the ground. But to his dismay, none were reachable and no planes were seen. Teeth chattering and a single tear trickling, John covered his face with his arms and unfortunately braced for impact.
His little 5-year old body landed on a soft pair of arms. Once confirming that he wasn't dead, John immediately opened his eyes. What shock he received to see his saviour flashing a small smile and
Impaled Mind What have I done ?Impaled Mind in Horror More Like This
The night was cold. The wind blew harshly, giving off a loud wheeze; as if mocking my consequences. My eyes stared blankly into the huge, empty, dark room. Everything was grand in my office room. Everything looked almost regal. My trophies stood proud on its shelves. My gold medals dangled on each hook on the wall, emanating a 'cling clang' sound as it bumped against one another.
The sound got louder.
It echoed like a beating of a drum.
It was laughter to my entire downfall.
I closed my ears shut with my gloved hands. I cringed on my seat.
The clock ticked and tocked, harmonizing with the sounds of my medals.
Tick. Tock. Clang.
Tick. Tock. Clang.
I hissed between my grit
Cirque Du Fou 2 "A circus?" N asked in puzzlement. The girl in front of him nodded in excitement. The young man tapped his chin, curious at the new word she just said. "What's a circus?"Cirque Du Fou 2 in Humor More Like This
Even though White was expecting that sort of question, she was still fairly shocked. Breathing a soft giggle, she explained, "It's kinda like a place where they have many kinds of shows and performances. It's awesome, N! They travel in many different regions and have awesome stunts." The brunette held back a cheer. Her lips were sucked in and pursed, the edges formed a smile. Her fists were waving up and down in front of the young man. Judging by her childish state, N could clearly see that the circus was one of White's enjoyments.
And seeing her like that made him want to laugh since he was the most childish between the two.
White stopped hopping and curved a cheeky grin. She scratched the back of her head in abash, slightly embarrassed at her ch
Cirque Du Fou 3 They laughed. And laughed. And cackled. And guffawed.Cirque Du Fou 3 in Horror More Like This
The crowd echoed out loud with the sounds of shrieking joy.
Banette giggled at the clown's antics. She admired the performances they bestowed; looking ever so happy yet fearful at the same time. The Marionette cupped her mouth and burst another gleeful laugh.
But her laugh soon seized as she felt a strange aura.
She opened her eyes and froze immediately to see something wafting in the air. She squinted her eyes, trying to make do of the odd smoke.
Her mouth released a loud gasp to realize that it wasn't smoke but souls.
They floated aimlessly and frailly in the air. Their eyes were hollow and mouths were widely agape. Soon, what were once laughs has been replaced with painful screams. Banette looked around. One by one a soul escaped its human body, leaving an empty shell. 'White!' she screamed in pa
Deceived Looks "Oh you are such an adorable little girl!"Deceived Looks in Drama More Like This
"Oh my, what beautiful eyes you have!"
"My dear child, you look like a doll!"
All these words had been occupying my ears since birth. It didn't irritate me at first. In fact, I kind of liked it. I enjoyed the attention I was getting. My cheerful personality had won the hearts of many. My childish looks had attracted many attention from far and wide. I was proud to say the least. My voice was gentle and soothe, yet perky and loud like an angelic toddler.
I was what they would state me; a kid and lady at heart.
But I wasn't always happy with these compliments.
"Oh my, sweetheart, a lady does not take activities that involved getting dirty."
"You wish to train a Pokémon? My Arceus dear, you are such a sweet kidder! What nonsense!"
"Are you sure you can manage such a brutal
Lost Attraction The amusement park of Nimbasa was busy as ever. Kids ran around the park with excitement plastered on their faces. Couples walked by with hands connecting one another. Pokémon flew and dashed alongside humans, showing nothing but joy and admiration. A Ferris wheel stood proud and tall in the middle of the park, surrounded by many who would stand in awe of the grand contraption.Lost Attraction in Romance More Like This
A young man stood by the door of the Ferris wheel’s entrance. His body was wrapped in a huge, yet nicely fitted trench coat. A cap stayed on the boy’s head, its visor perfectly hiding his eyes. He looked around restlessly as his hands hid inside the coat’s pocket. It had been a solid 15 minutes, and the mysterious caller still hadn’t shown up. For a brief moment, he thought about bailing and retrieving his Xtransceiver later, since he himself still felt a twinge of panic for appearing in public.
But most of all, he was worried about the person who had his Xtransceiver.
What does t
Game Time He gazed into the mirror. A smirk flashed upon his perfect lips. The man wheezed an amused snicker and slowly shook his head. "I am just everything perfect." His eyes peeked at the ticket on his bed. Scooting his feet, he walked towards it. He picked up the ticket, thumb lightly rubbing on the small piece of paper.Game Time in General Fiction More Like This
Upon seeing the word 'Unova' on it, he couldn't help but to smile wider.
After years and years of training, dedication, and hard work, he was finally chosen to participate in one of the biggest, most extravagant events in all of Pokémon history. Even though he didn't express it in front of his family or Pokémon, only the great Arceus knew how thrilled he was to receive the invitation.
Yes. The time to prove his strength and ability was now.
Not to mention having all the glory and praises from his fans that lived so far away.
He merely chuckled just by thinkin
Rare Incarnation Some say in this world, there are seven people that looked exactly alike.Rare Incarnation in General Fiction More Like This
Her hair was crisp in golden brown, cascading to the curve of her back. It was soft and silky, almost surreal that a human could even have hair that perfect. Her face was fair and free from any blemishes. Her nose held such a sculpture; some even said it resembled her father. Her cheeks were rosy. Not as rosy red as her dear friend's, but enough to reveal the adorableness that was her. Even so, this girl shaded her girlish features with her tomboyish looks and personality.
Her attitude was quite rash. Her mouth could bring such nonsensical words. Even with her feminine beauty, her strength and feisty personality could fool a man easily. Her patience wasn't always thick. Rationality was even questioned in the tall brunette. Once aggravated, and the girl could unleash all kinds of hell.
But she wasn't always like that.
A Dance to Remember: Part 3 (CielxReader)A Dance to Remember: Part 3A Dance to Remember: Part 3 (CielxReader) in Romance More Like This
Commissioned by EnelyaWolfwood
It had been a long time since you were sent to stay at the Phantomhive manor by your father and you had long since returned to his side. You tried not to remember the kind treatment provided by Earl Ciel of Phantomhive, though when you did, you felt a pang in your heart that was unexplainable.
“Father,” you called out, peering into his bedroom. His condition was quickly improving, though he still liked having you read the mail to him. A bright smile on your face, you sat in the plush chair next to his bed. “The mail’s come.”
He smiled back, eyes closed as you quickly read through the senders. However, when you reached one letter, you froze. Your father looked at you. “What is it?” he asked, concerned.
Brow furrowed, you looked at the back of the letter, then the front again. “It’s a letter. From Ciel.”
“Well what does it say?” he c
The Mission (NarutoxReader)The MissionThe Mission (NarutoxReader) in General Fiction More Like This
Commissioned by EnelyaWolfwood
Yawning widely, you looked back down at the group you were spying on from the trees, they weren’t doing anything of any importance, just sleeping around a fire. No one was on watch, no one was awake. The fire was slowly dying out, causing the shadows surrounding you to darken. Stifling yet another yawn, you glanced away from the group of teenagers in an attempt to find some other thing to stimulate your mind while you waited for them to wake up.
Something crawled up on your skin, a bug or something, and you shifted to smack it off of you. Eyes narrowed, you looked back at the group of 11, content that no one had moved. You relaxed a bit, resting up against the tree trunk, one leg on either side of your branch. Deciding that was uncomfortable, you leaned forward and rested your cheek against the back of your hands, which were folded up against the branch.
With your ear pressed closely to the tree branch, you co
God Bless the Child (KyoyaxReader)God Bless the ChildGod Bless the Child (KyoyaxReader) in General Fiction More Like This
Gift for jayb1rd
Smacking your cherry red lips, you prepared yourself for yet another performance, knowing that even more potential sponsors will be in the audience for this show. Your hair was restyled and made stiff with even more hairspray and your makeup was smudged off of your sweaty skin before being reapplied with shaking hands.
You glanced around the walls on either side of the stage, seeing a nearly full audience before you. Near the front was a pale-ish young man, his face illuminated by a phone screen as he accepted a call, grey eyes bored and flickered around the cafe, eventually finding yours hidden behind the wall.
With a start, you leapt back, eyes wide and hands held to your lips. Heart racing, the lights in the building all flickered off, a sign that you would be starting soon. You chewed nervously on your lower lip, taking your position just off of the small stage as the cafe owner stepped up and announced your performanc
Listen to the Cannons (CatoxReader)Listen to the CannonsListen to the Cannons (CatoxReader) in Drama More Like This
Request for animeluver222</i>
The Reaping hadn’t gone well. Not at all.
Not only were you chosen as tribute for District 8 at only the young age of 13, you knew you had no chances of winning, or even surviving past the first day. You knew nothing of anything but textiles and working in the mill. You would surely die before you even had a chance to learn anything.
Training had been as smooth as could be expected. Tributes had thrown harsh words to rival Districts, talents were shown, weaker tributes got hurt. The boy from District 12 had been noticed by the Careers as a possible ally, and you feared that his crushing strength would be your end.
Then there were the actual Careers. Out of the three districts usually in an alliance together, District 2 scared you the most out of all of them.
First there was Clove, the female tribute. She was an expert with knives, and never once missed a target during training. You made a note to stay out o
Battle of Relationships: Part 1 (BorisxReader)Battle of Relationships: Part 1Battle of Relationships: Part 1 (BorisxReader) in Romance More Like This
Commission for Engelmoon
Waking up from your pleasant dream, you rolled over to your side and slid open your eyes, not all that surprised to see a pair of golden eyes staring back at you.
You had fallen into the Country of Hearts about a week ago, and the cat-eared man Boris had taken a strange liking to you. At the time, you supposed it was because you were generally a cat person. But regardless, it wasn’t a strange thing for you to wake up in your room at the clock tower and be greeted with the grinning face of Boris Airay.
Rolling back over onto your other side, you pulled the blankets tightly over your shoulders and ignored him.
“(F/n)!” he groaned, gloved hands grabbing your shoulder and shaking, “Wake up!”
Just as you were about to respond, you heard your door open a crack. “It’s fine for you to stay here, but pets are not allowed,” Julius said, his voice monotone as always
Secrets in Ivory (SebastianxReader)Secrets in IvorySecrets in Ivory (SebastianxReader) in General Fiction More Like This
Request for Red-Alchemist
You weren’t very talented at playing it but you certainly did your best. It was the last thing your father taught you before he passed away, leaving you alone in a mansion suitable for a large family.
You practiced everyday, especially when you felt depressed over your loss. It was soothing, therapeutic. The servants and maids went about their daily business of cleaning and cooking while your butler oversaw that they didn’t enter the piano room while you were playing.
The grand piano made of polished, dark wood was your only friend. It whispered secrets to you. Secrets that had long been hidden beneath it’s polished hood.
Maids pleasuring lords on it’s sturdy bench, serving girls chittering rumors as they dusted it’s surface, a shattered glass that a servant cleaned up but didn’t replace, and a murder.
It wouldn’t tell you the details, only that someone died
The Star-Crossed Lovers (GaaraxReader)The Star-Crossed LoversThe Star-Crossed Lovers (GaaraxReader) in Romance More Like This
Request for semperxsomniare
You sighed, swinging a daisy over the still water as you laid on the rail of the bridge. “Good morning, (F/n),” you heard your quiet friend, Hinata call out from one side of the bridge.
Flipping over onto your back, you held the lone daisy to your chest, “Is is the day so young?” you hummed, (e/c) eyes gazing with half-folded eyelids up at the clouds as they drifted over you.
“It’s only nine,” she told you, pale face and light violet eyes filling up your vision.
The air in your lungs escaped in a single breath. “Sad hours pass so slowly,” you moaned, shifting into a sitting position and touching the back of your hand to your forehead with a dramatic sigh.
Hinata seemed confused by your words, “What do you mean by that?”
Grinning at her, you jumped up and clasped her hands in yours, pulling her with you. “I’m in love!” you che
Extra Strawberries (LxReader)Extra StrawberriesExtra Strawberries (LxReader) in General Fiction More Like This
Request for Tbrekk13
You watched with disinterested eyes as people walked past the empty sweet shop you worked in. They came and went with no real purpose, and you were bored. Someone with less mental stability or a lower mental capacity than you would commit some form of crime, but you were content with just thinking a murder or two through.
A little smirk twitched onto your face as you scanned the passing people for the perfect victim, but your search bore no fruit. Instead, you became distracted by a boy sitting on a bench across the street from you. Your eyes narrowed at his peculiar posture. His knees were drawn up to his chest, spider-like fingers loosely holding the denim clad limbs in place. His dark ringed black eyes were watching everything as it happened around him with a distant curiosity.
His head tilted a bit to the side and his began chewing on his thumb nail. The wild mass of black hair on his head swayed a bit with the rush of
Weaknesses (InuyashaxReader)WeaknessesWeaknesses (InuyashaxReader) in General Fiction More Like This
Request for Bangle-Tigress20
It was cold. You’d have to go back soon.
You shivered from your spot on the ground, huddled against the hulking shape of a tree. The sun was beginning to rise, and you could see the twisted roots that had wrapped around the trunk of the tree.
Through your kimono, you clutched at the small, purple-ish shard tied around your neck. Your lucky charm.
Shivering again at the thought of the half-demon, you used the sturdy tree to help you stand, but found yourself doubling over in pain. Your stomach growled again as if to reassure you of the reason for your pain. The thin piece of twine tying your lucky charm around your neck slid out from under your kimono.
Leaning your back against the tree, you inched your way up the thick trunk until you were standing once more, though with much support.
Just as you were about to begin walking again, you heard footsteps running through the forest. You cringe
A Study in Grey (SteinxReader)A Study in GreyA Study in Grey (SteinxReader) in Romance More Like This
Request for KuranYuuki100
You peered around the classroom door, hoping to sneak a peek of your subject without him knowing. Just a bit further... You could already see the long, grey tails of his lab coat hanging near the wheels of his chair.
“(F/n),” you heard the deep, gravelly voice of Stein call out to you, “I know you’re there.”
Pouting, you stepped out from around the corner, leaning on the doorframe. “That was rude, Stein,” you muttered, crossing your arms over your chest, “I was trying to sneak up on you.”
“That’s hard to do when I could sense your soul wavelength anywhere.”
You groaned and blew a piece of hair out of your face. “Yeah,” you moaned, “but you could at least play along.” Feet heavy, you made your way over to the desk where Stein sat, his cold eyes focused on some paperwork and one hand idly tightening the screw in his head.