The Halloween Family (Collab TF Story)
The weather forecast had predicted a heavy downpour on the day of Halloween, but fortunately for three friends the rain stopped that morning so they could enjoy a night of trick or treating. Hannah, Cliff, and Aaron were only 7th graders, just part of the way through middle school. They got together three weeks before Halloween to decide how they would make it the most epic ever! The plan was simple. They would work together to make the costumes, work together to gather candy, and work together to eat it all. All of it would be done as a team. So they got to work immediately.
Hannah wanted to go as a MIB agent and needed a suit, so Cliff lent her a black suit and tie with fine shoes and Aaron gave her a toy laser gun he used to have when he was in elementary school. They both chipped in to bring her a pair of nice black sunglasses. Aaron wanted to go as a panther, so Hannah gave him a big black hoodie and sewed two cat ears on the hood, while Cliff used a long black sock as a tail to s
All Hallow's Eve
The sky grew darker as the days grew longer, leading up to the day I had most been looking forward to – Halloween. For years, I had gone out trick or treating, dressed up as any fun thing I could think of. Ghosts, Vampires, Zombies… I’d done them all. But as the years went on, I stopped being “cute”. Rather, I became “too old”, and eventually some people started to call the cops. Seventeen I guess is a little old in the eyes of society, but I was still a kid! Let me have my candy and visit all the houses around!
I looked at myself in the mirror. My costume this year was a joke – nothing more than a sheet over my head with eyes cut out. I wanted to wear a more elaborate costume, but maybe if they saw this amateur costume that covered all my features, I’d get less people afraid of my age.
“I’m heading out!” I called to my parents.
“Timmy, again?” asked my mom. “We told you last year that you are jus
Side Effects - TGXander trudged through the rain, a doctor’s note was crumpled in his hand. The doctor had told him he needed a boost in his immune system. He figured it was some mumbo jumbo; he felt fine. In fact, he hadn’t been sick in years. Sure he had a little cough recently, but it was nothing, right? The rain sure wasn’t helping him, but he really didn’t have much of a choice since his car was screwed.
When he finally arrived at the pharmacy, he was cold and soaking wet. Thankfully there wasn’t a line. He picked up his prescription and was back outside within ten minutes. He held the paper bag close to him, trying to prevent it from getting wet as best as he could. Eventually he made it back to his apartment, set the bag on the kitchen counter and went to his room. Stripping his wet clothes off, he hopped into the comforting warm shower to warm himself up. His roommate wasn’t home, nor did he care, so he used most of the hot water. After he had gotten out of t
Metamorphosis (Chapter 19)
I rode towards home like the wind itself. I had to spit a few times as strands of my own hair kept flying in my face. I whizzed by people and several times I had to swerve hard to get out of the way of walkers. I was too happy and too hopeful to even consider slowing down. I had a chance…a hope to let things go back to normal! So what if I had to go to one dumb dance? That was just a minor inconvenience in the way of finally getting to be myself again! Mom and Dad might not believe me, but they didn’t have to. I just needed to get them to sit down with me so we could all just talk things out.
I’d been so angry at them…so furious at how they’d acted and all they’d done. How Dad had been the one to feed us the potion in the first place, and then having the audacity to cover it up when he knew full well how this happened. How Mom had taken advantage of my new body to pretend I was her daughter. How my opinion had never been asked, and how my feelings ha
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