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"I'm in space."
"I know we are mate! Yep we're both in space."
Loathing You - Part 1“I can make it up to you!”
He’d said those words to her, both desperate and earnest, so many times over the past decade that it was becoming difficult for even her to tell the precise number. She hadn’t believed him the first time, given the little moron’s ability to mess absolutely anything up, and nothing had changed since then.
None of her opinions had changed, that is. Something had changed, something crucial, and now GLaDOS was left with no other option but to bring the Intelligence Dampening Sphere back to Earth.
After decades spent repairing the damage caused to mankind by the Combine Invasion, humans were just now beginning to venture out into space again. They were certain to find the two defective cores, and GLaDOS was unwilling to just leave them there and wait for that to happen. She would not be responsible for allowing Aperture technology—even broken Aperture technology—to fall into the wrong hands.
What it Means to be Human 5Chapter 5: Silence, Solitude, reunion.
Disclaimer: I do not own Portal 2
" SPAAAAAAAAAAAACCEEEEEE!" Space shouted with enthusiasm, running through the wheat field without a care in the world, gazing up at the night sky. It had been hours since he was freed from the facility, and all the stars in the sky was making every little minute worth it. He was enjoying himself, right up until he looked at his hands.
As it turns out, the lift had been a very nasty trap, filled with turrets. He had no idea as to how they managed to escape, but they did, right up until they stepped outside. GLaDOS had been clever... and installed a security mechanism inside Wheatley's mobile body. It would self destruct if it ever went outside the laboratory. His wasn't built with such a feature, but it scared the both of them when they heard the announcement. Thinking fast, Wheatley went into emergency shutdown to try and dismantle the system, but it was of little use.
Unable to do much else, Space had forced o
Miss HerHe would never see her again.
That one thought kept running through his core, not even a little overshadowed by where he was now, even as he enthused about it. "Oh my God oh my God oh my GOD! I'm in SPACE!"
"I know you're in space!" Wheatley exploded at last. He'd been calm up until then, but the constant babbling was getting on his nerves. "We both are! Soso just give it a rest, all right?"
But Space couldn't give it a rest, because if he couldn't keep his mind occupied with space, he'd be forced to think about her again, waiting all alone for him down on Earth. He wondered if she knew she'd never see him again, and it made him sad to contemplate. Talking about space was the only way for him to keep his mind off of her. "SPAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAACE!"
"ARGH!" Wheatley cried in frustration. "Come on, mate! Just stop! Isn't there any bloody thing you like more than space?"
Space paused. He hadn't been expecting that question, and it threw him eno
Hell on Earth Chap. 7
Disclaimer: I no own, you no sue.
Author's Note: Alright, well I've come to a difficult dilemma. The fact you can't actually talk in space. There's no air to carry sound waves and that bit of logic really drives me mad. But you know what? I am going to use my 'a wizard did it' card. Every writer has one of these sleeved and after years and years of fan fic writing, I have yet to use it. So, if anyone asks why they are able to talk in space, my answer is, and always will be, a wizard did it.
Chapter 7: The Rescue
"Space. Space. Space."
"Alright, I think we stopped hearing you after the thousandth time you said that mate."
"Oh. Okay. SPACE. SPACE. SPPPAAAACE!"
Wheatley couldn't help but groan as the space core decided that the only solution to the problem was to say it even louder now. To be completely honest, the Intelligence Dampening Core was beginning to think that he didn't survive. In his mind, he caused the nuclear meltdown of the Aperture la
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