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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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“Lexhen, look at me!” I pulled up her face so I could look at her wound.

“It’s nothing.” She repeated like the last ten times she had said it, shrugging away from me. Dodger had run back into the room, holding a cloth from the kitchen.

“Put it on. Now!” I ordered her. “Before Tolley decides to go vampire herself.”

“Fine, fine.” Reluctantly and not with out rolling her eyes, Lexhen pushed the rag to her head. She sucked in her breathe at the pain.

“God, you are such an idiot.” I sighed at her along with Dodger, Tolley still observing Lexhen.

“What ever. I need a story. There is no way I am telling them that I fell over a banana peel and down the stairs. That is just…so stupid.”

“Come on then banana girl.” Sighed Tolley, now out of her trance. “We’ll have to take you to hospital”

“Okay, so, why do we have to go to the hospital for a measly little scratch again?” asked Lexhen wearily, clutching the bloody cloth to her head. I sighed myself. The hospital, great. Hang on…that was more than great. That was excellent.

I knew the Cullen’s went there after school to visit there father, one of the doctors. Apparently he was gorgeously wonderful like his adopted children. That was what I had gathered on the subject when I had been talking to a mousey haired girl, Jess, who had been only too happy to help.

So then if there was a chance of seeing Edward, maybe I could try and talk to him. For some reason Jess didn’t seem to like the idea of talking to him. I couldn’t see why, he was only a guy. Only a little different from the females, but I bet the same as most males around the place…He probably knew how wonderful he looked and liked all the attention.

But I was getting off track. Here, my friend was bleeding frantically and we were out onto the landing by this time. I only had enough time to close Lexhen’s door and twist the key in the lock.

“Okay, because one; it’s a head wound, two; you’ve lost quite a bit of blood, three; it might need stitches, four; you might have concussion and finally, lastly and most importantly, five; because the doctor there is called Dr. Cullen, he’s the adopted father of those kids at school and he’s blonde and supposedly gorgeous.” I explained. My eyes became foggy as I imagined what delicious food could be awaiting Lexhen if she had to stay there over night. Surely her parents would send her chocolates or something?

Tolley was inside her truck by now, revving the engine impatiently. I hopped inside and slouched my shoulders. I could’ve driven.

“Plus!” I added, “Plus, his kids always stop by and visit him on the way home from school… Don’t tell me you don’t want to see that gorgeous Jasper look-alike again?” I shot a sly look at Lexhen and Tolley. I imagined I saw Tolley blush as she turned her head quickly away to focus on the road. Lexhen continued to stare out of the window, resting the cloth against the window so that she didn’t have to hold it.

“Even if I did, which I don’t, I could just wait, I dunno… maybe sixteen hours ‘till school tomorrow? I'm not a stalker Looney!” said Tolley sternly. I was sure I didn’t imagine the overly defensiveness of my simple sentences. Even if she didn’t know it now I could see that she liked him.

“And yet, the court order says otherwise!” I quipped Looney, laughing like a maniac and shaking slightly from it. Tolley looked to Dodger and they must have said something about me seeing as Tolley indicated subconsciously too early, towards a construction site. I didn’t think Lexhen needed any more head injuries…

“We are not, I repeat not! Going to be chased out of Forks for becoming stalkers, okay? We had enough of that in England! NO STALKING! Do you understand? None. Zilch, zip, nada. Okay?” Robyn finished with a jerk, pulling hard on the steering wheel, making us all lean to the side like at a rollercoaster ride. I grabbed the door for my life, and started to grumble.

“Okay, okay, Jeeze! Way to spoil my fun Tolley!” I started to mutter under my breath, but seeing as I don’t want to hurt your little ears I won’t post what my exact words were. As I finished the end of my curses, we pulled out along side a bright yellow car. I gleamed in the sun light, shiny. Wait sunlight? The sun was faint in the sky, emitting feeble rays that although were bright, didn’t quite make any heat. I stared into the sky, only to leap out the way as a bird decided to drop its belongings where my head had been.

“Thank god that cows don’t fly.” I mumbled and just for luck made a rude gesture at the feather covered thing, flying away along the open pale blue sky.

We carried on inside of the hospital, coming to a stop inside the reception. I was just thinking to myself what else I could have said to that bird when the sun made a last feeble attempt to retain some heat. It shone down for a second, brightly illuminating the car park. I turned and almost gasped as five, insanely beautiful people walked forwards.

Despite their bobbing hair and amazing appearances, I noticed they were walking forwards, out of the shade of the trees and…into…into the sunlight.

Rosalie, whose name I had discovered from that overly chatty Jess stopped for a second, almost tentatively on my half, then stepped forwards, her arms wide. The sun shimmered for a last time, then a soft cloud rolled over, blocking the shining blonds hair and the suns rays.

It didn’t take long to see it.

It didn’t take long to see that…they didn’t shine.

My mouth was open. I was so sure of it. So sure that these were the ones. The ones who would… who would…stop me from loosing $20.

I could already feel Tolley’s smug grin staring into the side of my skull. I groaned, and didn’t bother to look at her. My hand sunk into my green shoulder bag, pulling out my money. Slowly I held it out to her. She tugged on it quickly, and my fingers didn’t let go. She tugged harder, almost slipping as I let go of it as she pulled her weight on it. It almost made me laugh, but my disappointment doubled as I felt my purse feel considerable lighter. The Cullen’s now moved back into the reception with us.

I heard a satisfied laugh from Lexhen behind me, and chuckling from Dodger too. I pouted, and sure enough I knew Tolley couldn’t resist having the last word.

“Told you they’re not really Vampires.”

I just wished, right then, that a cow had flown over her head…