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Dream On spin off-my style!

If you haven't read Charmingal's Dream On, (which you should ;D ) this won't make much sence, so go check out her brilliant readings too, ok? Basically, we've (we meaning me and a few other idiots/clever peoples alike) moved to the not-so-sunny town of Forks, and by the magic of fan-fiction have ended up finding the Vampires and Werewolves! This is my side of the story (Looney's view), hopefully with extra madness, weirder humour, and rib-cracking...although I don't take responsibility for any Doctor bills...

you wanted to do this of your own free will you poor, poor person


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As the bell rang, both Lexhen and I sprinted to the cafeteria, pausing only to slide to a halt just outside of the doors. We straitened up a little, and casually, like we had never run down the hall, entered the room. We knew Robyn and Dodger would catch us up soon. A place by the Cullen’s table was open, and upon seeing the other juniors starting to move to it, we hastened to sit down.

Not guiltily at all, we sat with our back to the, now five, strangers. I looked to the door, and sure enough, Dodger rolled her eyes at me, and had come with Tolley to sit with us, on the opposite side. I relaxed, with a long French roll in my hand, filled with what ever I had crammed it with this morning.

“Guys, you’re really gonna get us into trouble. You remember why we had to leave England?” said Tolley, shaking her head.

Dodger and Helen grimaced, but I smiled guiltily and slightly dreamily-remembering the wonderful times. I came back to earth.

“Well, you’ve got to admit; he did look a lot like my Edward. Not as much as he does though!” I gestured behind me, whispering the words. Tolley went slightly red as she glanced to where I was pointing over my shoulder, and then flicked her hair, like she normally did when she was annoyed and embarrassed.

“That’s beside the point!” growled Hilary menacingly. I laughed along with Tolley.

“What?” she added in the same tone.

“I'm sorry, it’s just, when you talk like that, you sound like a dog!” laughed Tolley still.

“Someone’s trying to live up to their crush’s animalistic side…” I teased her.

The table behind us laughed too at my joke, and smiling at how well it was going, I went back to take a big bite of food.

“I wonder where Catkin, Delia and Tasha got to?” mused Robyn, her eyes became distant, looking at something in her head. I continued on eating. Our three other friends, also driven out of England by me and by there own records, were meant to have joined us. No doubt they had gotten lost, or on some world wide expedition instead of joining us.

Someone’s phone went of suddenly. I patted my pockets immediately, nope. But now I did have yogurt down my jacket. I sighed as Tolley lifted her phone to her ear. Picking up the edge of my jacket, I started to try and rub of the strawberry.

“Hello, you’ve reached the travelling asylum, head lunatic speaking. How may I be of service?” sang Tolley, using her usual quote to answer the phone. Seriously-she could just use ‘Hey’. The stuff still wasn’t off my jacket; I rubbed harder, knowing Dodger was grinning at my attempts to get rid of the stain.

A high pitched squeak was heard through the phone, and Tolley winced at the sound.

Damn jacket. I stuck out my tongue and started to lick it off. Lexhen nudged me, grinning. I made a face, and continued to run the jacket-now it was coming off. Lexhen laughed; I had yogurt on my nose

I whipped it of, after conceding that I couldn’t lick it off, and took a gulp of my drink. I had missed the conversation, until…

“TEXAS!!!” Tolley screamed. I sprayed my drink from my mouth. No one noticed, I didn’t think. I started to laugh hysterically. They’d made it to Texas. Both Dodger and Lexhen joined me, and the look on Robyn’s face added to our laughter.

“HOW THE HELL DID YOU MANAGE TO GET TO TEXAS? MORE TO THE POINT, HOW THE HELL DO YOU EXPECT ME TO GET DOWN TO TEXAS TO PICK YOU UP, AND BACK AGAIN, AND BEFORE SCHOOL TOMORROW!!!” she continued to roar into the phone. I could hear someone trying to reason in a small voice to her, but then someone else was taking the phone.

I could only pick out words every now and again now, seeing as the unmistakeable voice echoed out of our end. One of which was ‘moon-sugar’. Of course, Tasha wouldn’t pass up the opportunity to get some moon-sugar, her drug influence, starting her whole; “you are not allowed to drive under the influence of drugs” thing.


Tolley twisted the phone away as soon she had finished mouthing certain phrases that they had used unconscious of the fact that she was doing it, as Tasha had hung up on her. She sat back down on her seat calmly, and then observed the silent room, staring at her.

“Looks like we’re going to Texas y’all!” She commented.

“YEEEEEEHHHHAAAAAAWWWWW!” We shrieked together, no doubt terrifying the entire student body into staying away from us for a long time to come. All well, not like I couldn’t have done that anyway…

“Come on then. We’re going to have to run for it now.” An evil grin spread on Lexhen’s naturally pale face. She began to pet an imaginary cat and laughed evilly. I laughed and dragged my chair back, standing up. I scooped up the last of my food that was not already eaten, or spilled down me.

“Let’s go!” I chirped, and accidentally dropping my phone from my pocket as I jumped up and down. “Damn.” I bent down to pick it up, to find it was missing. I looked up to see a pale hand holding out my shiny (yes-shiny!) phone back to me. I picked it form his hand, and gave him a confident smile.

“Thanks!” the bronze haired boy studied my grin, curiously, before pulling up one side of his mouth. My heart melted.

I turned quickly and hurried forwards, nearly tripping over some idiots crossed legs.

“Great, now I’m a clown.” I muttered. And headed out the door, hoping that he hadn’t seen my fall.