Retarded story"Get out of bed you miserable lump of atoms!" The girl shouted, bouncing up and down on the wooden floor. She was as bouncy as ever, but she kind of had a right to be."Ugh
What do you want?" I muttered, rolling so my back was towards her."GET UP!!!!!!" She shouted even louder.Why would I want to get up? It was 9:30 in the morning, my hair was a mess, I'd gotten to sleep around 3 in the morning, and I was tired. Was there any point in getting up? I thought no, but my annoyingly hyper friend thought differently."ASH!!!!!!" She squealed, shaking me until I finally threw off my blankets and sat up. I hugged my knees and sat there in the middle of my bed. I just sat there with the most annoyed look on my face."What. Do. You. Want?" I grumbled."Awww, has Mrs. Grumpy pants forgotten what day it is?" She poked my side with her two index fingers. I couldn't be angry anymore. After all, how could I when it was her birthday? I was mean, but I wasn't heartless. If that makes
Angel of DeathIn the dark of nightWhere the creatures stirAnd the sadness does bite,You'll never have to worryI'll be there by your sideUntil your sight gets blurry.I'll be there until your close your eyesUntil the dreams take you,And until your breath dies.
An Average DayAs the lights dimmed down, all those in the audience quieted themselves. It took a minute, but after it was over and done with, it was time for the show to begin. The red curtains never parted, but the spot lights from the ceiling shot on, sending a warm stream of light onto center stage. All that was there was a microphone. And that was all.But suddenly, out from the curtains popped one whom everyone knew. Deemed, by himself, most popular guy in school, Prussia was now standing on stage. He was dressed formally in the school's optional uniform. Obviously showing how he could be prideful of something other than himself."Welcome! Ladies and gentlemen!" Prussia shouted, waving his free hand all over the air, while the other held the microphone close to his lips. "To the Animalten High Talent Show!!" He held the word show for a moment before his voice trailed off, letting the room erupt with applause.Prussia bowed before pulling a white note card from the pocket of his jacket. He annou
DGM: The lessonIt was really too bad that the train was crowed, leaving the group with only two booths to accommodate themselves in. This was a problem; each booth sat two people comfortably. There were six of them, not 4. Normally no one would care, it wasn't as if two of those in the group were small, but that wasn't the problem.The problem was before they'd all been forced to go on another mission, Eri and Kanda had had another fight, causing them both not to want to be within the others eye sight. However, the situation at hand wouldn't allow for such a drastic measure. And honestly, there was no way to compromise with the two, adding for a strange seating arrangement.Eri, refusing to sit by anyone but her younger cousin, was forcing Allen to sit by Kanda. And everyone knew that wasn't the brightest idea, but as long as they could keep one of the two calm, it wouldn't matter really. So Lavi took a seat in the middle of the booth, leaving Eri by the window and Bookman near the isle."So