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Request: Louis Fears: Part 2So, being tickled twice a day for at least five minutes and being tazered almost hourly wasn’t exactly what Louis had in mind for ‘getting used to being tickled’, but it was working. Maybe a little too well, actually. See, Louis likes things that make his heart race or gets his adrenaline up- bungee jumping a few years ago was the biggest rush he had gotten aside from being onstage.Request: Louis Fears: Part 2 by QuickSilverShadow
Truth be told, he was starting to like it. And because he knew the others hated it, he respected them more for putting up with him tickling all these years, especially Harry, who was easily the most ticklish person he had ever met. Just wiggling your fingers three inches away from his sides could make the boy giggle and squirm, and Louis had used that to his advantage plenty of times.
But now, the tables were turned, and Louis was squirming and wriggling underneath Harry, whose fingers were wiggling incredibly close to Louis’ stomach. “Remember when you used to mock me for squi
Ziall Hybrid: Part 10Zayn purred as the sunlight warmed his back. Against all odds, and certainly the lads’ expectations, his upper body and back was hair and fur free. A cool, wet hand rubbed down his back, and he glanced up at Niall, a small smile on his lips. “Are you feeling okay?” He nodded. “Talking, I mean,” he added awkwardly. Zayn’s eyes darted down, the smile fading.Ziall Hybrid: Part 10 by QuickSilverShadow
“Ah… a-mrow.” He growled in annoyance, adding an agitated, “Mrow,” for emphasis. Niall lightly scratched behind his ear, trying to soothe the annoyed boy.
“It’s okay,” he promised, rubbing the smooth fur between his fingers. “Take your time, you’ll get it back.” Zayn glanced up at him hopefully, a quiet meow slipping from his lips. “I know most cats hate water, but…” Zayn glanced at the shimmering blue water, his tail twitching. “It’s warm and nice, I promise. Nothing like the rain.” Zayn curled
The Great Dolphin Wars [PART ONE]When the humans inexplicably disappeared, the remaining animals on Earth gained their level of intelligence. The only remains of human civilization is what they left behind, only to have it being studied and examined by the primitive neighbors. Monkeys and other primates escaped from the zoo and broke into the humans homes. They studied their technology, and was able to recreate it, as they functioned daily human lives with ease. Other animals managed to escape from zoos, and those in the wild adapted cultures and technologies distant from human ones. Aquatic animals were alienated from the surfaces. No matter however, as dolphins with their superior intelligence began to dominate the underwater cultures. Birds controlled the skies, but settled on land. They would travel from place to place without a permanent home. And so the terrains and the aquatics coexisted peacefully.The Great Dolphin Wars [PART ONE] by CrimnsonRed
Insects worked in hive-minds, and drove the rest of the terrains animals insane with their nuisance. Imagin