Bevin X-Mas 2"come on ben just tell me who the heck it was that you saw at the Christmas tree yard that you invited to dinner" Kevin said as he was trimming the tree and getting it into the tree standMore Like This
"I told you it's a surprise, you will find out when everyone else does" he yelled from the other room while digging tree decorations out of the closet
"oh come on my little benji" Kevin said walking over to the closet, "if you tell me I'll let you play with my big piece of wood I have here"
"What?" ben said dropping a box of decorations and spinning around to see Kevin holding one of the limbs that he trimmed off the tree
"oh Kevin, you and your dirty puns" he laughed and gave him a big hug "and have you finished untangling those Christmas tree lights?" he mocked
Kevin grumbled and looked across the room at the tangled heap on the floor "no" he sighed
"well you go take care of your piece of wood there and I will pick up these decorations and help you" ben said turning back around to begin picking up t
Bevin X-Mas"Kevin! I'm home" Ben called as he entered the room with armfuls of groceriesMore Like This
"Oh hey" he mumbled sitting on the floor trying to untangle Christmas lights
"Have you even made any progress since I left?" Ben questioned
"Well you just left"
"Uh yea like half an hour ago"
"Really? I have been playing with these stupid things for that long?" he said slightly frustrated
"Yea and we have to go get a tree soon too before it gets too dark"
"Crap I forgot all about that", he said starting to panic
"Relax you can untangle them later" Ben said with a smile
"Screw untangling them I'll just buy a new set" he said throwing the tangled mess on the floor
"But that's the new set you bought last year" Ben reminded him
"Yea, yea, I know" Kevin said as he took a bag from Ben and walked to the kitchen with it
"So have you thought of anyone else to invite to dinner Kevin?"
"Uh nope can't really think of anyone else" Kevin said and shrugged
"What do you mean anyone else; you haven't invited
Bevin, ch1 - First NightThis is a yaoi fic, so in case you do not like just go away.More Like This
Btw, I do not own ben 10 or any of the characters in this fic.
It was a late winter night, one to be remembered for its cold. The house, build for warmth, was freezing, and the one suffering the most was the teenager that lived there. His room was the coldest of the house, what usually didn't bother him, especially on the summer, but today it was impossible. He was using warm clothes and had two covers but still could not sleep. As he stared on the ceiling with his big green eyes he started to think of random stuff, like his powers, all the aliens he might still became, all the villains he fought, his friends, his family, Gwen and Kevin.
But when Ben started to think of Kevin a wave of warmth came over his body. He started to remember how they met, how they fought, how he sent the boy to intergalactic jail, how they met many, many times again, how they became allies and finally how they became friends. Ben left out a loud yaw
Pre-Prom Prep (Generator Rex, Pre-Noex)Pre-Prom PrepMore Like This
Noah stood in front of the bathroom mirror. “I guess this is as good as it is going to get,” he mused with a sigh. His cellphone vibrated on the counter as a text came through. Noah grabbed it before it buzzed its way into the sink and hit the display button to see who it was from. He smiled nervously. It was from Rex telling him that he was downstairs.
Noah smiled. Despite his protests about being stalked by a ravenous Bunny Rex had agreed to come with to prom. Even as he read the text he could hear the doorbell ring throughout the house. He habitually ran a hand through his hair took one last look in the mirror before pocketing his phone and heading downstairs.
“Hey,” Noah said opening the door for his best friend.
“Here,” Rex greeted shoving a small box into Noah’s face. It was made of clear plastic and inside was a pink flower surrounded by smaller white ones; a corsage. “Holiday said to give you this.”
February the Fourteenth (GR, Noex)“Can you believe all this traffic? Where is everybody going?” Rex whined, weaving through traffic on his hover-bikeMore Like This
“What’d you expect? It’s Valentine’s Day,” Noah explained lamely.
“Oh God, no. Do you think the movie will be full of annoying couples?” Rex asked making a face. The last thing he wanted was people making out during the movie.
“That depends, do we count?” Noah joked.
“I swear to God if you try to kiss me I’m walking out!”
“I’ll remember that when we run outta popcorn.”
Noah replied by tightening his grip around Rex’s waist as he laughing loudly.
Bad Luck (Generator Rex, Pre-Noex)For jessica499499 who inspired me to write this early (really early) one morning.More Like This
Noah lied on his back, staring at the thin shafts of orange and scarlet light as the last of the sun’s light streamed through his partially opened blinds. He barely noticed. He hadn’t moved in…he didn’t know how long, he had been too busy reliving all the mistakes he had made with a certain Hispanic EVO.
His most recent mistake was by far the biggest one; he had confessed to Rex about what his true role in Rex’s life was and that the foundation of their relationship had been built on a lie.
Being trapped in a massive cage with some of the scariest EVOs Noah had ever come across had tested his nerves in ways he never imagined. Rex’s EVO powers weren’t working and they didn’t have any other weapons to defend themselves. Oh, and there was a lockdown in effect at the time, so there was no way out of the Petting Zoo. He thought he
The Party The PartyMore Like This
By the end of the party I realized I had a pretty severe crush on my best friend. I guess I shouldn't be that surprised about these feelings. I can count all the people I consider important on one hand, and he was definitely one of them. If I am honest with myself he is the first person that came to mind whenever I did count. I am also pretty sure there were other hints and clues that I just didn't notice for whatever reason, I guess it's not as important now that I know.
We were in the Ben Franklin High School student parking lot when a stunning brunette came up to us and invited the two of us to her house for a party she was throwing that night. Even if I hadn't already known, it wouldn't have been hard to realize that this girl was one of the popular girls. To say that we were stunned at being asked to her place for a party would be an understatement. But then I remembered that it was table tennis season, which meant our history as champions had us in high demand i