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Battle of the OC's-FerbA gentle growling split the air, as if it wasn't already hard enough to fall asleep without his stepbrother snoring.
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Ferb Fletcher was laying down on his bed, the covers pulled up to his chest, his hands folded behind his head as he stared at the ceiling, a bad case of insomnia flooding him.
He did what he always did- think.
And lots of it.
Most of the time, his thoughts would be about the newest plans for tomorrow, or where the heck Perry had gone. In fact, he had a problem that most guys wished they had.
Too many girls on his part...way, way too many.
First of all, there was Alexis Hart. She was no doubt beautiful, with her long, honey-blonde hair and shining golden brown eyes. He had missed her so much his heart ached when he moved from Britain to the States, away from their preschool friendship. He was all too overjoyed upon finding out she had moved to Danville-in the house right next to him and Phineas, no less! They had helped each other soar like birds through the sky, holding
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"That was GREAT, Phineas!"
Phineas Flynn laughed sheepishly at his best friend's compliment. He and his step-brother, Ferb Fletcher, were walking Isabella Garcia-Shapiro home from a very interesting play-date. On this particular Saturday play-date, the "Wonder Brothers", as some had dubbed them, treated Isabella, Baljeet, and Buford to a hoverboard race to test out some prototype hoverboards they'd created. The results; they needed to fix that problem Baljeet's board had with randomly falling out of the sky, but otherwise they were flawless designs. Needless to say, it was fun for the kids--except Baljeet--as evening soon grew nigh, the sky tinted orange as the sky was mosly a dark blue-ish color by now. Some time after Perry came back, though, Baljeet and Buford went home. Isabella, however, stuck around longer than usual and had stayed over for dinner. With permission of course. After dinner, the boys decided to walk their friend home across the street since they didn't have anything