Lucas and Kasey - "Mr. Charming" and "Miss Plus-size" - were childhood best friends. Until one day his girlfriend turned him against her and so Kasey left Cheshire for good. For good - until one day her parents, without her knowledge, decided to move back to Cheshire...
Lucas and Kasey - "Mr. Charming" and "Miss Plus-size" - were childhood best friends. Until one day his girlfriend turned him against her and so Kasey left Cheshire for good. For good - until one day her parents, without her knowledge, decided to move back to Cheshire..
I wrote this in... under ten minutes. No edits. That's something really rare for me, because I have a tendency to write prose so forming my ideas into poetic structure can sometimes take a while.
However, I realize it has a more simplistic, less dramatic style than a lot of…
Rule number one: Act like you don't know he exists.
Rule number two: Pretend to like his best friend.
Rule number three: Reject him.
Oh, yeah. I, Rory Snow, will take down America's Mr. Perfect, Kyle Everett, all by myself. Piece of cake.
Defence - A Micro-Chip Which Tunes The Human Body Into A Perfect Defence Vessel.
The Earth Will Never Stop Marching...
(This story is going to be quite short; because it's one of those short shock stories, maybe 10 or 20 chapters?)
Can one little secret tear them apart?
When Ava starts to notice Tommy's hiding something she doesn't worry.
But when things start to spiral out of control and tear them apart, can Ava hang on to Tommy?
And if she can, how long will…
Haha, a friend (named Chelsey) and I wrote this poem during class when we were bored...not the best time to write it but still! xD This is a form of satire, for I do not agree with these kinds of relationships. There now, now that that's out of the way,…
-title is temporary!-
Kailyn has always been a normal, popular girl whose feelings go only as deep as her new shade of eyeshadow. But when she pretends to be friends with the school freak, Gretchen, as a dare, she discovers a different Gretchen than anyone has seen before.
A spin of a song I wrote called 'Culture of Celebrity'. It's something that really sickens me, moronic idiots buying cheap magazines filled with so-called celebrities who have exibited no talent whatsoever, apart from lowest common denominator preening about. They can all fuck off and die - too much emphasis…