Stories tagged “school”

  • Talking to Your Food (Mature)

    “I—I thought you were my friend!” she sobbed. I smiled down at her. “I am your friend. That’s why I’m going to eat you.” “But—I don’t wanna die!” I stroked her hair gently. “You’re n...

    • Author: Throat Wolf
    • Posted almost 10 years ago.
    • 5 out of 5
  • Vore High

    It was just a couple of minutes ‘til class and I was heading for the room when Lucy came barreling around the corner and all but knocked me over. "Jenny! Oh, thank God. Doug is after me again! You’ve got to hide me!" I giggled. &#...

    • Author: Throat Wolf
    • Posted almost 10 years ago.
    • 2 out of 5
  • Humble High

    “Rah rah, sis boom,” the beautiful voices of the students from Humble High sang, cheering for their football team that never touched the opponets, just danced around them, gracefully taking the ball and scoring. Everybody was quite uniform,...

  • Humble High

    “Rah rah, sis boom,” the beautiful voices of the students from Humble High sang, cheering for their football team that never touched the opponets, just danced around them, gracefully taking the ball and scoring. Everybody was quite uniform,...

  • Encounter with difference

    “Ah, Mr. Jennings, thank you for coming in so quickly.” The principal looked over her glasses at Jennings, who regarded her levelly. “You understand why I called you?” “Not really.” “Michael assaulted another c...

    • Author: ethelthefrog
    • Posted almost 10 years ago.
    • 5 out of 5
  • Confused Adults/Confused Children

    Michael sat on the bench outside the principal’s office, worrying. It had been a complicated day. He’d never noticed Tracey – the quiet girl at the back of the class – not until she had become Simon that is. Something of the com...

    • Author: Match
    • Posted almost 10 years ago.
    • 5 out of 5
  • Installing a Snow Leopard

    “Because he’s my brother and, hence, clueless,” Tara said, appearing before us with her arms crossed. She reached out to caress Nadia under the chin. “But you know, you’re right. I think I would like to get ‘under yo...

  • Confession

    “You need to have at least five —” “FIVE? She needs more than that,” the boy took a drag on his cigarette before flicking it onto the wet asphalt. The little girl looked at him, eyes wide, afraid but drawn to the big boy w...

    • Author: Nancy
    • Posted almost 10 years ago.
    • 4 out of 5
  • The Headmaster

    Have you ever waited in a principals office? It’s the most boring thing in the world! The principals assistant sits in front of you, sometimes looking up from her computer screen to give you a disapproving look. This time I’d finally done s...

  • A Tortured Creature

    To put a piano in a school, unguarded and unprotected, is to leave a lamb with lions, a fly with the spider, a fish with the shark. Unless watched by an angel, and placed in good hands, a school piano becomes contorted, abused, and violated. It’s...

  • High School Mischief FAIL.

    You ever been sent to the principal for something really stupid and really embarrassing? Boxer, Craig, and I had jacked some chemical with a really long (and stupid) name from the Chemistry Lab in the hopes of blowing stuff up later, but Dr. Berruda no...

    • Author: Abstract
    • Posted almost 10 years ago.
    • 4 out of 5
  • School's Out, Duck's Dead

    She wanted life. She wanted to run through it, run her fingers through it, dive into it and swim forever in it. She never wanted to sit in a classroom again. She never wanted to stare at the saliva in the corner of a teacher’s mouth. She never wanted...

    • Author: fatso
    • Posted almost 10 years ago.
    • 4 out of 5
  • School's Out, Duck's Dead

    She wanted life. She wanted to run through it, run her fingers through it, dive into it and swim forever in it. She never wanted to sit in a classroom again. She never wanted to stare at the saliva in the corner of a teacher’s mouth. She never wanted...

    • Author: fatso
    • Posted almost 10 years ago.
  • A Real Headmaster

    I lean back in my chair and sigh. When, as a very young child, I was first sent to the headmaster’s office, I never dreamed that I would spend every day for most of my life in that same office. I run a hand over the highly polished walnut desk an...

    • Author: Abby (LoA)
    • Posted almost 10 years ago.
    • 5 out of 5
  • Alone

    “Hey Gabe, you ready?” my handsome date, Danny, says. His dark green eyes pop out when he’s in his suit. “Yeah, one sec!” I yell to Danny. I want to look perfect for our date. It’s my first and I need it to go smooth...

    • Author: Mr.Gabriel
    • Posted almost 10 years ago.
    • 4 out of 5
  • Not So Easily Brushed Off

    Violet sighed. This was the third time this year. If their friendship kept ending like this, Violet might start thinking Rae didn’t like her or something. She frowned, trying to figure out what she’d done this time. Then it hit her. “...

  • chalkboard memory

    I wonder if blackboards feel the same sort of crippling debilitation. Once filled with a brilliant thought or another. Next obscured as the residue of empty thought-stuffs is wiped away by a careless wave of the hand. Just enough of a distraction that ...

  • Break From the Monotony

    The last thing on Violet’s mind was history, least of all the homogenized, corporation-influenced history Mr. Krumb was droning on about in front of the class. Everyone knew it was a joke, but what choice did they have. If the real government cou...

    • Author: THX 0477
    • Posted almost 10 years ago.
    • 5 out of 5
  • Dear Luke

    Dear Luke, Please explain to me, in words of three syllables or fewer, how you reached the conclusion you did. We are standing in a room full of naked boys, you have an erection and I am the one who is gay? Maybe, one day, you’ll get a life. Mayb...

  • I'm back!...Without the Gift of Telepathy

    Remember me? I was the telepathic girl. Yeah, you know the one that caused a girl to kill herself and whose school was blasted to smitherens along with the majority of the people inside of it. Some good did come out of these awful events though. With t...

  • The Joys Of Selling Soft Drinks

    Students mill around me, old and young alike, a massive blur of navy blue and grey with outstretched hands. I struggle to take their grimy coins that no longer shine in the sunlight, while handing them soda cans dripping in moisture that was once ice c...

  • Help (II) (Mature)

    I take Mary’s advice and look for Ethan. School should be out in an hour, so I rush back to school. I stay clear from anyone’s vision, trying my best not to be spotted. When I see everyone swarming the exit, I scan for Ethan. “Pssst, ...

    • Author: Mr.Gabriel
    • Posted almost 10 years ago.
    • 5 out of 5
  • True Love

    When I was young love had to be the simplest purest feelings anyone felt. When I met Mary in 72 I knew that would be the start of my life. I knew my place, and what I wanted most out of it. I dropped out of high school a year later to go work at the mi...

  • Pacifist

    The school bus has dropped them off early again and Erza drops back into his own waking nightmare, hoping that today – three days in, c’mon, a whole three days – they’ll have forgotten what he’d said at recess, Monday. Fif...

  • Ready for Hell

    Monday came a little fast for me, and probably for Shay too, but it was of course inevitable. Of course, I have a million questions for Austin about what happened Friday night, but he’s a douche, so why would I care? He’s not in to me, reme...