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The Time We Have LeftYou smiled at the sight in front of you. You had tried to get Roxy to make dinner for the past 3 months you had lived together, but she had refused every time, either blatantly stating it, or making excuses like, "I'm drank, Jaaaaney," or, "I would jus pour vedka inta the food," or even, "You make the bes food, Janey." That last one was the most successful in making you willingly cook dinner. But today, Roxy was sober enough to make food, and you had worn her down enough for her to just give up and submit to your nagging. You decided to make cupcakes to celebrate the accomplishment. You are now currently mixing the homemade secret recipe your grandfather taught you. It felt a little weird not using one of Betty Crocker's cake mixes, but you had learned a long time ago to never use it in Roxy's presence. So you used the recipe. In your opinion, the secret recipe tasted better than the cake mixes. You would never admit that, though. Company loyalty is a hard thing to bake. As you're lookThe Time We Have Left by PokemonxPJATO
Homestuck: Reaching OutShe never opened up to anyone. Partially because she never had anyone to open up to. The only people she could talk to were all assholes. So you couldn't really blame her for keeping things to herself. She craved for freedom, released from her curse of eternal life. She wished she could live like a normal troll, a normal girl. But it was not to be. She was doomed to go through time and stir up chaos amongst trolls, and finally die at the hands of the empress. The only solace she found was being able to watch other trolls go about their lives.Homestuck: Reaching Out by ParadoxProphet
Sometimes, when she was out of that mansion and walking around Alternia, she would sneak off for a moment and get a taste of what it was like. She'd buy a piece of fruit from a stand in a marketplace, or watch young trolls who were free. Or at least more free than she was. She would envy them, none of them would ever have to live her life. Even the slaves who had it the worst were better off than she was. She didn't even have a name. All she had w
PoliceForcestuck: Dark Days pt 3In a mansion that rests in the better side of Skaia, two trolls rest together in a bed. One of them, Feferi, rubs her matesprit’s face staring directly into his eyes.PoliceForcestuck: Dark Days pt 3 by lolpopcorn13
“I love you,” she says.
Sollux laughs and then stops. “You are amazing you know that? So silly.”
Feferi runs her thumbs right below his red eye, “I can’t say I feel surprised. And your
excuse for those glasses is . . . understandable. I’m just glad that you could share it
Her matesprit turns to lie on his back, “It feels like forever since . . I feel so . .
happy. I don’t have any secrets from you, and I love you.” Sollux looks over to her, “I
never imagined that I wouldn’t end up with an asshole, but here you are.”
Feferi kisses him on the forehead, “And I never imagined I’d be with someone who’s such an
“I don’t want anything to change.” He says sinking deeper into the
Homestuck: EvidenceWhen they started, there were fifteen of them. But now there were only six. Feferi Peixes, John Egbert, Kanaya Maryam, Gamzee Makara, and the two of them. Terezi Pyrope, the hard-boiled detective who didn't take shit from anyone, and Karkat Vantas, the boy who was simply accepted to the school by sheer luck. Throughout all the chaos, the two of them managed to work together and compliment each other. And it was here and now, during the final investigation, that the truth would be revealed.Homestuck: Evidence by ParadoxProphet
They had found their way into the headmaster's room, supposedly it belonged to Terezi's mother who had abandoned her, looking for evidence that would get them out of here for good. Terezi had managed to convince Monokuma, their so called headmaster, to have them redo the last trial and figure out the true killer of the sixteenth student, Aradia Megido. It was their last chance at leaving, they couldn't screw things up now. Which was why Terezi seemed to be getting so frustrated that she couldn't get
Homestuck: HeartbreakNepeta had no idea what heartbreak felt like. She had never experienced it before. She never thought she would ever know what it felt like. Her heart was so young and so free that the concept of heartbreak was unfamiliar to her.Homestuck: Heartbreak by ParadoxProphet
That was before she became flushed for Karkat Vantas.
At first, she thought they had a chance. That the two of them were meant to be by the powers that be. That they would ship together and be a pair made in matchmaking. That they were flushed soulmates destined to be matespirits for all of time. It was going to be perfect. Absolutely perfect. She tried to impress him, make him like her, cement herself in his mind as the perfect matespirit for him.
But things didn't turn out the way she planned.
He was already flushed for someone else. Terezi Pyrope. Nepeta didn't hate her for it, she had no control over Karkat's feelings. She was a bit jealous about it though. What did she have that Nepeta didn't? What made her so special in his eyes? What did she have to do t