A New Beginning (Month 4)By now, Julie had accumulated quite a large amount of money from the experiment. Two weeks into the fourth month, she decided to do some house hunting, as her old apartment had long overstayed its welcome.More Like This
She walked outside and picked up the daily paper, rubbing her belly absentmindedly in the process. Her stomach, by the way, had grown, giving her the appearance of a woman who was six months pregnant.
But Julie wasn’t pregnant, of course. Dr. Dupont assured her of that. Still, she couldn’t shake the feeling that something wasn’t quite right.
Julie took a seat at the table and read the papers, eating toast covered in mustard. Scanning through the paper, she stumbled upon a house on sale. It was an affordable price, and it was in the same neighborhood where Rebecca lived.
She called the advertisement’s number, and scheduled a visit for next week. Now, all Julie had to do was sit back, wait, and eat.
A Modern Family Pregnancy, Part 3Claire awoke groggily from her slumber, feeling her babies kick, slightly stronger than they were yesterday. She rose from her bed, or at least attempted to. Her increased girth had continued to hinder her movement, and it took multiple heaves to get herself up. She waddled to the bathroom, as one of the babies had unleashed a particularly strong kick on her bladder.More Like This
After relieving herself, Claire looked at her pregnant form in the mirror. Once again, her belly had grown, looking eight months pregnant with twins, if not full term. Her breasts had also slightly grown, but with three previous pregnancies, there wasn't much more room for them to grow. "If I'm like this now...how much time do I have left?" she asked herself, rubbing her belly.
Claire put on some maternity clothes, and noticed that her belly peeked out from the gaps between her shirt and jeans. "Guess I'll need some bigger clothes," she noted. As her round stomach let out a rumble and a flurry of kicks surfaced, Claire hea
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WARNING: This story contains hyper pregnancy. If this offends you then read no farther than this.
If you have not read the first part of the story then don't be lazy and READ IT!
A bright light woke her up. She was pulled up from her bed and lifted half asleep to the window. Suddenly the window flew open allowing a rush of cold to enter the room. She floated into the cool autumn sky and to a large bulking "craft" and inside.
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"Oh gosh." she said. "I am never going to eat Pickles 'n Ice Cream again." She put her finger on her belly, tracing it around the symbol. It felt heavenly. It felt a lot better than it did with her smaller belly. Wondering what it said on it she went to the kitchen (seeing as it was past lunchtime) and got a corndog. Scarfing it down she grabbed a glass of water and drank it. Feeling a slight kick from her belly she ran to the living room and laid down. She knew what came next. The baby (or babies) began to move around a lot. Softl
Issue 21: Reprisal“I don't stop eating when I'm full. The meal isn't over when I'm full. It's over when I hate myself.”More Like This
-Louis C. K.
"Alright, on the count of three say 'third degree felony!'" Spider-Woman instructed, squishing her wide and plush body in close to a webbed up purse snatcher while hanging upside down. In her extended hand was her cell phone with the camera function on. The mugger thrashed around in vain, firmly webbed in place above the alley entrance. "One, two, three!" she counted before snapping the picture. "Nice. That's going on my Tumblr. Later, jerk!"
Gwen fired a web and swung out into the street, tossing the purse to its original owner with a wave. She couldn't hear any response, be it gratitude or accusations of being a menace; she didn't care either way. She was just in a good mood today, as everythi