Girl's Night OutA blinding flash of light, a giggle, two giggles. This was how they were greeted as they awoke. No idea where they were or how they got there, they evaluated their situation, and did not like what they saw. Two massive women, were sitting in front of them, ambient lighting finished the scene, and it was in this moment that it all clicked, they had been shrunk, not only shrunk, but served. The dish was spaghetti and tinies, and they had been invited for dinner. Once the girls were done taking pictures of their meal, they both grabbed forks and displayed wide toothy smiles.
The redhead made the first move, slipping her fork into the mass of noodles, and swiftly twirling up a tightly bound grave for three unfortunate morsels. With a laugh, the redhead guided the forkful of noodles, wet messy sauce, and frightened snacks between her lips, all while the other girl, with jet black hair and icy blue eyes took pictures of her friend.
She couldn’t stay on the sideline too much longer, and
When the Belly Calls (Part 2 of Public ChoiceAs suggested by celestia4683
I grabbed at my belly at it called at me. I knew I needed to eat. The pains were too strong and even though it was incredibly dangerous, I needed food. Making my way down from where I slept, I carefully made my way to the large door that connected the shed to the main house. The one advantage to being so small was being able to slip under the door so easily. I was in the house now. Looking around, I was in awe. Everything was massive and so magnificent. I was dazed for what felt like minutes until my belly reminded my what I was doing, and snapped me back to reality. I was luckily able to find the kitchen easily. Getting there was a different story. It was a long and arduous trek. Hours later, I finally made my way to the kitchen. I was so close now! Now getting some food would be a different story all together.
At the Onset (Part 1 of Public Choice)The warm spring sun shone down as I slowly woke. With a yawn and a stretch, I reluctantly got up from bed. It wasn't a real bed, some rags and scrap cloth. It was rough being a mere 7 inches tall. But this was the only life I knew. I rubbed my emerald green eyes as I looked around me. Nothing I saw was really mine, I was just living in the shed of someone else. And luckily for me, they didn't know I was here. Before I shrank, I had read of this sort of thing happening to people, just a random act that changed a life forever. Never would I thought it would happen to me, but two weeks ago, it did. I left my apartment to search for help, but none was to be found. Now here I was, clothed in rags, my brown hair a mess, and no one in the world who cared for me. I was alone. I couldn't go back to my apartment, it had already been leased to another tenant. A woman on the road, homeless. With no place to go. I let out a sigh as I felt so deflated about my life. To make matters worse, my stomach