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Hangin' with the Dudes (a Tokio Hotel story)

Book By: LoveXXHateXXDeath
Fan fiction



This story is an odd one. I doubt it if someone has even made a story like this one. A twelve soon to be thirteen year old girl who Tom and Bill have know since she was basically born since their parents were good friends. She lives with Tom and Bill while her mom is in the hospital recovering from a heart attack. This story takes place in summertime 2009. Enjoy.


Submitted:Sep 26, 2010    Reads: 57    Comments: 0    Likes: 1   


I woke with a start and felt arms around me. That would be my boyfriend, Sean. I smiled as I looked at his face, his eyes closed and his dark brown hair all oveer his face.

He was so cute.

I, on the other hand, had straight brown hair and blue eyes.

I gently removed his arms and picked up my phone. "Shit!" i said when I looked at the time.

"Brooke?" Sean said drowsily. "What's wrong?" He yawned.

"Oh, no, Tom and Bill are going to give us hell about this..." I said and moaned.

"What?"

"It's freakin' eleven in the morning and I have like twenty text messages from Tom and Bill and fifty missed calls. I am so in for it."

"Oh, no! Call them!"

I nodded. "That's what I'm about to do." I dialed Bill's number (his temper isn't as fiery as Tom's) and waited patiently for him to answer.

"Brooklyn?" he said in relief.

"Hi, um, Billa," i said. "I'm so sorry--"

"We'll discuss it when we get home. Where are you, so I can get Tobi to pick you up," he said, calm and exasperated.

"I'm at Sean's house," i said.

"Okay. See you in a bit, okay?" he said.

"Okay. Love you," I said.

"Love you too."

"Bye."

"Bye."

I looked at Sean. "Well, one of their bodyguards is gonna pick me up."

He nodded. "Can I get a kiss from you before he gets here?"

I smiled. "Sure. Get over here, you!"

Once again, Sean has brought my mood up. Yay.

I heard the doorbell ring while we were making out and watching tv.

I sighed as Sean removed his lips from mine. "It's time for you to go."

I stood up. "Sadly, yes."





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