Frostcup Corpse Bride Part twoA/N Just to let you know~words~ Jack singing-words- everyone else singing*Hiccup's P.O.V*My sobbing was slowly but surely dying down. Removing my hands from my head I placed them on the ground to try to control my breathing. Instantly a freezing sensation began to creep up my hands. Glancing down I saw that It was ice! I was trapped! I tried so hard to break my hands out of their icy prison but they wouldn't budge. I swear I can hear laughing, but it is nearly impossible to locate where its coming from. Suddenly I saw snow appear from thin air. Swirling around right in front me. The snow then began to cluster and start to make a shape. The snow was moving rapidly and I now saw it was the shape of a boy. As the boy's details emerged from the snow a surge of adrenaline rushed through me. I needed to get away. Is certainly not normal. Not in the least!*Jack's P.O.V*As I was materialising in front of the red head he began to freak out. I couldn't help but laugh at his rea
Meet the FatherJack fidgeted, shuffling in place. "Hic, are you sure this is a good idea? What if he does not like me?" Hiccup gave Jack a dry look, pulling on his hand to get him to walk up the driveway. "I told you what he said. He is cool with me dating you and just wants to meet you." Hiccup stopped pulling and looked Jack in the eyes, one hand reaching out to cup a pale cheek. "Besides, who could not like you?" "Mr. Black. And all of our other teachers." Hiccup rolled his eyes at the name of their English teacher. "Come on, Jack, you know he only dislikes you because you would not date his daughter." "The girl talks to plants!" the white haired teen defended. "Plus, I do not swing that way." Hiccup batted green eyes in a mock swoon. "That is one of the many things I love about you, Jack." Before Jack could make a snappy comeback, Hiccup pressed on. "And not all of our teachers hate you; Mr. North and Miss. Ania like you well enough."
Green WatersHe wasn’t quite sure how he had ended up in the water.One moment, he had been up on the pier with the rest of his friends, trying his best to listen to their elder’s speech on the history of the pier while keeping his balance on the swaying structure, and then the next, he was instead trying to keep his head above the waves.Which, would have been scary to anyone of course, as the ocean was not known for calm waves in the slightest. The fact that it was dark out did not help matters either, nor did the fact that the coast of the seaside village of Burgess wasn’t exactly warm this time of year.So yeah. Definitely scary no matter whom you were.But for Jack, it was terrifying.I can’t swim I can’t swim I CAN’T SWIM!He wanted to scream or yell for help, unaware his group was already searching for someone to aid in rescuing him from the powerful waves, but every time he would try, he’d only swallow more and more of the salty, dark