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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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When being inside someone else’s house with a surprising amount of expensive equipment is bad.

When being caught inside someone else’s house with a surprising amount of expensive equipment is worse.

But when being caught inside someone else’s house with a surprising amount of expensive equipment from vampires, I can officially say, is probably the worst.

(remember Twilight fan’s, this is the vampire family who killed James, and asked questions later, for example, is his mate who no one knew about going to attack with a revenge on Edward’s love?)

Luck had always been on our side before, but when a blond vampire walks down below, who could see you plainly, but thankfully is too attached to her new shoes for good, I honestly think we didn’t have much of a chance. Unless Lexhen had brought an expensive pair of earrings to match those shoes.

Which she didn’t.

They also say that, team work is the most important. It was nice to know that Lexhen thought of that to, as she dumped her sizeable amount of electronics in my hands and took several steps back.

She was going to get it. That is, if we managed to live through this.

I was counting down in my head, until the seconds of our appearance in this house. Until a spiky haired girl, twirled through the door. Damn her and her non-falling over needs.

A whisper caught me off guard from behind me ear, making me freeze. I couldn’t jump cause of the tons laden in my arms.

“$10’s on Alice finding us first”

“No way. Look, Esme’ll have us gone in seconds. She’d hate the mess we’ve made.” I hissed back.

“Alice can see the future” Lexhen was exasperated. I turned around to face her, rolling my eyes, much like Tolley would.

“You are kidding. Alice is more occupied with how ever many hundred’s of bags she’s got to be fortune telling.”

“If it’s not Alice, I think Carlisle then.”

“You know, I feel like the obsessed fan-girl now. Except I can actually be in the house that they live in.” my feet had carried me down the stairs now, and Lexhen was following, nearly prancing along side me. I expect she was trying to see the future where she’d get $10’s when I lost.

What was left of my hand managed to turn the door handle and I opened it wide for us to exit.

“But you’d think we’d realise something.” I told her, turning and looking her face. The words slipped off my tongue as I looked at what awaited us.

“What?” she asked, now staring at what I was too.”

“I don’t think we though of the odds of them all finding us.” I muttered. We both gulped.

“Don’t I know you?” Carlisle, the doctor who we had seen only a few hours ago reprimanded us.

“Oh yes, I was in the hospital.” Chirped Lexhen. She was able to wave her arms at the side as she then went on. “You see, my friend here is slightly obsessed, so we thought we’d come in and tidy your house a little, and then borrow something or two. I tried to tell her not to but…”

“Hang on- you are not pinning this on me this time! Remember the last time. I had to pay that giant bill for that stupid light shade.”

I was still grumpy about that. It had only been part of my idea. Part of.

“Part of what?” came a welcoming, wonderful voice from behind me. I hadn’t even heard his car.

“The master plan of taking over our school.” I muttered. It had been a good plan at the time.

“Uhuh. And you have a mountain of Emmett’s gaming consoles why?”

Was it me, or was it impossible not to answer his questions right now? If he was the questioner person at a police station, damn well, I’d be screwed.

“Because we don’t have the money. And Lexhen heard that he had one.”

“And the house?” I still hadn’t turned around to look at him. Both Lexhen’s and mines faces must have been red by now. Or the tomato colour out of my eyes was her hair covering her face.

“Oh, I know this one.” Piped in Alice. “They ‘accidentally’ tripped and knocked everything out of place. Or Looney did. Lexhen pushed her.”

And now the psychic.

“Well, I think we’ll just be going now.” Stuttered Lexhen. Good thing she could keep her mouth in check. Maybe it had something to do with having braces as a kid?

“What was that.” Came another voice from the doorway behind us. Damn Emmett too? Didn’t they listen when we say ‘go hunting’?

“RUN!!!” screamed Lexhen from beside me and in the panic which only two teenagers can only cause, all the vampires stopped. We sprinted back up the stairs, seeing as the door was blocked.

Lexhen took a saddened look at the newly acquired PS3 and held it up, over the edge of the banister. “One more move.” She threatened. “And I drop it!” I could see the pain on her face, and probably etched on mine too.

“Lexhen, you don’t want to do that.” Emmett said, like he was talking to a child, his hands held up to show he didn’t mean to harm us.

“I mean it!” she yelled shaking it slightly. I flinched about ready to grab it and a small moan came from me. She couldn’t.

“Before I could blink, a blond vampire came up behind us. Apparently, we had forgotten to think of Rosalie running off to her room, to find the earrings that matched with her shoes. Of course.

“You took my Emmett!” squeaked Lexhen, catching about everyone of guard. With a swift movement she pushed Rosalie. Down. The. Stairs.

If you’ve ever seen someone fall from a window before, it didn’t come as much of a shock. However, the wonderful Stephenie Meyer didn’t write about what happens when a vampire falls down the stairs. It was quite an impressive sight. So much blonde hair rolling itself down the steps and the muffled squeal. I didn’t think I was the only one who enjoyed it.

But before I could start to laugh about the wonders of blonde-falling-down-the-stairs-jokes, we were kindly interrupted as Lexhen’s arm began to shake. It was none other than the one holding the precious PS3. I gasped quickly as she just managed to catch it in time. I looked over the banister. No way could a PS3 with out vampire powers survive that fall and tell the tale.

I counted the little heads watching us from below. Jasper was with Tolley so that left…eight. Yes eight vampires. Wait. “Eight?”

“Eight!!!!” asked Lexhen beside me. “Eight what?”

“Hang on.” I put up my hands, dumping the controllers and wires from my hands so I could see better, and ticked them all off my fingers. “There’s Edward, Emmett and Rosalie (Lexhen growled here) Alice and Jazz- but he’s with Tolley, and Carlisle and Esme. So why are there Eight people down there.” I pointed at the people down the stairs.

“A light snack?” she suggested. Didn’t she remember the Cullen family didn’t hunt humans? Duh!

“Who are you and what have you done to destroy Stephenie Meyer’s work? Huh- adding other Vampire’s is not in her books!” I yelled from the top of the stairs.

“I am Aro, the leader of this coven, and I suggest that you-” But he was cut off when Lexhen and me screamed, louder than ever.

“ARO!!!!!” I stabbed a finger at him and Lexhen clutched the PS3 tightly to her chest.

By this time, cold hands had gripped my arms in a smooth hold. I froze again.

“Lex. Which one’s holding me?” I asked as my arms were pinned to my side.

“Rose.” She said calmly. So she was calm now that she’d pushed her down the stairs. Or was it her normal excuse of ‘I nudged her’.

“Crap.” I looked at her, in time to see Emmett giving her a wide hug. I looked away before the small peck on the cheek he gave her.

“Take me away coppers!” I yelled as she marched me down the stairs. “But I will get my revenge someday!”

I was faced with the vampires on either side of me, and they seemed to have forgotten Emmett and Lexhen, now whispering about the defined differences between the Xbox 360 and the elite.

“I tell you what. If you behave well then perhaps I’ll use some handcuffs on you.” Whispered another voice in my ear. Managing to get the blood I though was frozen, to pound almost painfully in my ears.

“I am Aro.” Aro began again. In my head I added ‘Dude, I know who you are’ I didn’t dare look at Edward’s face, knowing I’d crack up.

“This is my mate, Tegan. She, like you is human.” He put an arm around another girls shoulder. I looked at her. Her hair was electric blue, much like the colour I’d love to have in streaks, down almost to the floor. (Reminding me of a character in Lucky Star actually) and she had, what could only be called as a ravenous expression on her face. Spare the huge fangs which were lengthening from her lips. Wait human…with fangs?

My mind boggled. This was even madder than I was.

“Hey, I’m Tegan.” Introduced the girl. ‘Again with the repeating of names’ “Oh and what were you doing in our house!”

“Oh, ask Lexhen.” I shrugged, still staring at her fangs.

“Okay then!” she smiled, and in a blink of an eye, both the luxurious blue of her hair, and the long pointed fangs disappeared. Her face was now, more human with out her fangs, and with a kind expression. She must have been about our age, and her brown hair hung in a plait to the side of her head. Her eyes were startling, one being a crystal blue and the other a rich green. I cocked my head to the side. Was I already seeing things again?

“So, you’re human. And you can change your appearance. And Edward still won’t let me run with him or jump out of a window? How does that work!” I stomped my feet. Wow, maybe I was five again after all.

“Yes well, I am Aro’s mate-isn’t that brilliant! And it turns out, if you’re around a vampire, and you can have powers when you’re a vampire, they seem to…show more.”

“So you can shape shift?” I asked staring at her.

“Yep.” She smiled at me.

“Like change your body?” I asked again.

“Yes.” Answer Tegan, expecting something.

“So you can change your body?”

“YES LOONEY!” The room erupted together.

“Alright, alright. I was just checking. So magical powers. Hmm”

“Damn it! I just crave Orange juice all the time!” cried Lexhen from the corner.

“Speaking of orange juice, isn’t Tolley going to be home any minute now?” I asked her.

“How has that got to do with Tolley?”

“It doesn’t, but it will do if she bans us from the house if you we don’t get her B-I-K-E” back to her.” I told her, already striding towards the door.

“Wait- B…I…” she muttered to herself, trying to spell.

We ran form the house, and onto the bike. Before any vampires could catch up I revved the engine and shot forwards, a little too fast-Lexhen nearly fell off.

“Mission Accomplished” I smiled into the wind in my face.

“How stupid are vampires. They didn’t even notice me taking the PS3. Idiots.” I heard her sigh behind me.

I rounded the corner to home, in time to see a pale blur running through the trees.

We had escaped the vampires.

The thing was-would we survive Tolley?”