Dipper Pines x Reader - Inspiration"No. . . This isn't any good either!" You frowned as you ripped another piece of paper from your notebook and tossed it aside.More Like This
You wanted to come out and draw some nature. Sadly, inspiration just wasn't coming and you were forced to sketch trees, flowers, squirrels, and so on half-heartedly, hoping something would come out and be your muse. No such luck for at least an hour.
"Maybe I should just call it quits for today. . .?" You mumbled softly to yourself, turning your gaze from the beautiful sunset to the blank paper in front of you.
"What's wrong?" You looked up and saw Dipper staring at you with a thoughtful look. "You look all sad." He said, stating the obvious.
"O-Oh! Hey Dipper. . ." You said, you heart beat increasing at the sight of the noodle-like boy. "Just trying to sketch, but I don't have any inspiration." You said with a small pout. Little did you know, Dipper's cheeks burned a light pink at the sight of your unintentional cuteness.
"M-Maybe I could be your inspiration?!
Dipper Pines x Jealous! Reader - Painful WarmthYou sighed a bit, watching as Dipper lovingly watched Wendy. He fell twice already because of his constant staring. He was a love sick puppy.More Like This
It made you upset, but there wasn't a whole lot you could do.
You didn't hate Wendy, you thought she was actually really cool and nice.
But you also really liked Dipper.
Sure he was weird, awkward, and sounded pretty crazy half the time, but you still liked him. It might of just been innocent puppy love, but it still hurt to see him fall head over heels for another person. It made you jealous.
"Hey, [Name]! Whatcha' staring at?" Mabel asked, sitting beside you. When there came no reply, the brunette furrowed her brows and followed your line of sight. Seeing that Dipper was the one that had grabbed your attention, the older Pines twin sighed. She had seen this exact scene over and over again.
"Huh? Oh, hey Mabel!" You said cheerily, snapping out of your Dipper-daze. The fake grin that etched it's way onto your features felt odd. Mabel frowned, and