|Sonic and friends (not really, he doesn't have friends) in their lame adventures, woop.|
Don't Want Him [Nick's Introduction]Don't Want Him [Nick's Introduction] by Agent-Pumpkin
She sat alone in her miserable little hide-out. It was a roof over her head, but it was still tiresome to fret over the sound of the ceiling caving in. True, a cave moulded out of dirt wasn’t the most secure place to take refuge, but for overnight it would do. Ruby was on the road, often was, and such conditions never really bothered her until the sheer dependence of her situation was brought out in the form of crumbling pillars and collapsing sticks. Such was her temporary home - and when they suffered, so did her livelihood. It was all well and good being adaptable, but even she got tired.
Suddenly, the redhead snapped alert. What once had been a bored, lazy stupor, arm leaning on her knee, hand cupping her chin as she stared into nothingness, was now a wooden-board-straight sit-up, little hands curling into very tight-looking fists, eyes narrowing to accommodate vision through the sheets of rain pouring outside.
She could have sworn she heard the tapping of something outside;
9:46PM [Short Story]9:46PM [Short Story] by Agent-Pumpkin
The numbers on my clock keep stopping.
I'm not sure why it's doing it. I thought, maybe... the clock was broken, or my laptop had frozen, or my phone was just jittering because I'd dropped it recently. But no; the time keeps freezing. See, this is different because this is usually the part in which someone tells you "it stops at the exact same time every single time, I'll bet it means something!" - I'm not going to say that. I've had random times before my time eventually stopped on its now-current numbers. They changed almost as often as regular minutes, just not consecutively.
But now, they're stuck still on the same goddamn time - and I haven't drawn a single connection as to why. I still have no reasons, still don't understand what is happening and why only I can witness it.
I'm not sure why it keeps happening - the first time it began to worry me was when I was out walking. See, my mother is keen to let me walk around and the streets are quiet by
The Bathroom Frightens Me [Original Creepypasta]The Bathroom Frightens Me [Original Creepypasta] by Agent-Pumpkin
I have a terrible phobia of bathrooms.
I know the main characteristic of a phobia is that it’s irrational, but even from a logical state of mind, I couldn’t tell you why I fear them. They just... creep me out. Make me feel enclosed and dirty, even though it’s the place in which most people get clean. I know it doesn’t make sense. I know it’s on the weird scale of things (because after all, we’ve heard of tight spaces and heights and the dark, but when has the bathroom been mentioned in normalcy?) and I know I’m kind of a freak for having such a fear... but it’s there, and it’s as strong as anybody else’s.
I’m always doing things to avoid going in there: holding off from going to the bathroom as long as physically possible, showering as infrequently as possible without being dirty- and of course, I wash and jump out within about ten minutes. Additionally, I have to change everything. The towels. The bath mat. And I scrub
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