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It's been six years since Jaclyn Tsai has seen her primary school friend, Nicholas Murphy. That is until she runs into him at her high school's Homecoming football game. Jaclyn isn't expecting him to recognize her, much less talk to her, but as soon as he places her name, Nick's mind is flooded with old memories of her.
Nick is determined to not let Jaclyn slip through his grasp, so when she texts him, he doesn't waste one second to start rekindling their friendship. The more time they spend together, the closer they get and more questions about their lost moments without each other are answered.
Things take a turn when life throws Jaclyn a curveball, and she has to learn how to cope with it. She shuts down and builds a barrier around herself, not letting anyone in. Just like that, Nick loses her again, and he has to coax her out of the deep hole she's hidden herself in.
Their rollercoaster relationship is filled of uncertainties and questions, but the most prominent one—the one they never bring up—is What are we now?
This is just a place where all the dad jokes I've posted go.
The title should explain everything.
***The strikethroughs are intentional***
Physical descriptions of main characters from Summer Cinderbella.
Donnabella Sun doesn't have it easy. Her stepfamily forces her to work around the house constantly. When she is offered the choice to spend the summer with them at the beach, she accepts it, but her twin step-siblings will do everything in their power to ruin her stay. After downloading a messaging app on her phone, Donnabella quickly makes a new anonymous online friend.
Donnabella's next door neighbor and best friend, Colin Booker, also travels to the beach with his family for the summer. Being the beach heartthrob makes his summer a maze of girls. Colin wants to spend every moment with his best friend, but Donnabella is too busy with her job and family.
Every July Fourth, the Booker family hosts a masquerade party on the beach, and the whole town attends. Donnabella has a chance to meet her online friend, but her stepfather forbids her to go. However, she starts plotting to go against his wishes. As Colin and Donnabella become closer, Donnabella's relationship with her online friend grows stronger. The summer becomes a delicate dance of telling lies and keeping secrets—even to and from best friends.
This is a dialogue story I worked on a few months ago, and it's really, really bad, but I enjoyed writing it and had lots of fun playing around with sentence structure! It has a mix of English and Chinese, so it might be a bit confusing, but if you came here for inspiration, this story might help. Just for reference: it's a conversation between a grandmother (Ahma), and her grandson (Tobias). :)
Here i will post jokes, funny phrases sometimes, but mostly jokes. If you would like to join, please tell me by dm or the hub. Thank you.
I will try to update this every few days.
If someone can teach me how to label this as a blog and not general, that would be great-
TW: Violence, gore, and swearing may be included in some entries. I will try not to post anything way too gory.
Thanks for reading, and if you want to include some of your own weird/interesting dreams in here, that would be awesome.
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This is a blog where I will upload an inspirational quote everyday—if possible—to inspire myself and other people.
This is a short piece I had to do for school and decided to extend on. You can read the short piece as the first issue. It's a dystopian text.
A/N: Hello welcome to a collaborative story! This will be my second story and I wanted to do a collaboration! Currently there are spots open and the story isn’t really decided but when I was making my contest I got inspired by my own prompt. So welcome to a Soulmate story. Blurb: Soulmates has always been a touchy subject for Jason. He was the popular guy and he’s always getting love confessions but he wants to wait for his soulmate. Little does he know that the new girl might just be that soulmate.
Collaborators: ItsAmelia (Co-Writer) Snowfall (Idea Contributor) Sav (Co-Writer) geeky_greeky_nerd (Beta Reader)