Tin Man's Turn chapter 4 (mpreg)Chapter 4: Catastrophe at Tin Man's House
The next morning, Dorothy and Molly heard Tin Man crying hysterically. Dorothy was the first to approach him. "What's the matter, Mr. Tin Man?" she asked him. Tin Man walked up from his room, into Scareboy's room, and showed him to Dorothy. "Oh no!" she said as she saw bites on his neck and how his face was really pale. "What is it? What's wrong?" asked Molly, coming from the guest bedroom. Toto was following her. "Look at Scareboy." said Dorothy. Molly studied him and said, "Oh. He's dead. It looks like some poisonous spiders had bitten him." "I'm so sorry, Scareboy!" said Tin Man, still crying hysterically. Then he blew his nose with a handkerchief and stopped crying long enough to say, "I never really went into that room to often. Not until Scareboy was born. Had I known there were poisonous spiders in there, I would have rid my house of them before he was born!" Next, Tin Man went into his restroom and got out a bug-proof potion that he had
Tin Man's Turn chapter 2 (mpreg)Chapter 2: Tin Man's New Arrival
So Scarecrow kept his mind wide open for another 9 months. When he went to pick up Tin Man at his house, he asked him, "Are you ready to have your baby?" "Why, I'm as ready as my baby is to be born!" Tin Man replied jollily. So they skid addled off to Dr. Skeleton's office.
"Come on, Mr. Tin Man! Push!" Scarecrow encouraged his friend as he was trying to push his baby out. While Dr. Skeleton was trying to help Tin Man push, Tin Man's bottom hatch opened (the way that Tincrow's had opened when he caused the flood of poo to come out) and out came a bald scarecrow-like-figure that had a silver nose. "Aww! He looks just like me!" said Scarecrow. "But wait! He has no hair! He looks scary. Like a scare man." Tin Man laughed and cradled his newborn son. "Well, Scare Man it is." chuckled Tin Man." Or, Scare Boy rather, because he's not fully grown yet." said Scarecrow. "THEN when he gets older, we'll start calling him Scareman."That sounds great!" said Tin Man.
Tin Man's Turn Chapter 3 (mpreg)Chapter 3: Dorothy Comes Back to Oz
The next day, the Tin Man had arranged to meet Dorothy, who was supposed to be waiting for him near the corn field where she had met Scarecrow when she had first came to Oz. Her dog Toto was supposed to be waiting with her, too. Before going out to the cornfield, Tin Man went to Molly's home to pick her up. "Where exactly are we going?" she asked the Tin Man. "Shh! We're picking up a friend of mine!" the Tin Man replied. "A friend of yours? Where?" said Molly, starting to get excited. "The Yellow Brick Road. And we are going to pick up a girl named Dorothy, and her dog Toto." said the Tin Man. "Oh. Is she a bad witch?" asked Molly. "No, no! She isn't even a witch! And she certainly isn't bad. She is a good person. In fact, she once dropped a house on the wicked witch of the East and she melted the Wicked Witch of the West." explained Tin Man. "Oh." Molly said "THAT Dorothy!"
Soon, they got to the yellow brick road, where they both met up with Dorothy
Unchained Melody (Conor Maynard mpreg)
‘Don’t wait for your ship to come, swim for it.’
That’s what Conor remembers his father saying to him when he was young.
Despite the singing career, the small acting career and the many fans that cheer for him night after night, nothing was as scary as seeing blood in his underwear after filming with Joe. Having just gone home, sore after Joe had shocked his stomach several times for his childbirth video, the blood make him scream out, alerting Jack to his plight.
Busting in, Jack took one look at the blood and Conor’s face before scooping him up and holding him tight, calling Josh to ‘fucking get my brother to the hospital right the fuck now’ and trying to stop his massive panic attack from happening.
Pale and shaky, time blurred and he found himself in a paper gown, Jack holding his hand and Josh off somewhere on his phone when he heard the doctor speak.
‘I’m sorry, Mr. Maynard.” He didn’t hear much after that.
Ace Up My Sleeve (Collins Key/Devan Key) 6
“Hey. Hey, kid. Wake up.” Devan shot up when his shoulder was shook, realizing he’d probably fallen asleep on the bus, seeing as how the bus driver gave him a kind smile. “Ticket sad you were going here, so i thought I’d wake up. You pretty much when out like a light when you boarded.”
“Thanks.” Devan sad gratefully, yawning and throwing his arms over his head. “I’m sorry if I caused a little trouble.”
“No harm.” The guy shook his head. “Not many people were on today thankfully. They’ve all gotten off before little you, so it was fine.”
Looking around, Devan had to agree. The bus was pretty empty.
“How many months along are you?” The man asked casually and Devan almost wanted to throw up. “How did you…?”
“You're not the first guy I’ve seen trying to keep it all in that head of yours.” The guy shook his head. “It’s more common than y
Ace Up My Sleeve (Collins Key/Devan Key) 5
“Gooood morning once again Vancouver, it’s your favorite radio show once again on the airwaves and oh man, do we have some news for you coming up later on in today’s morning programme, but right now, we’re going to cross over to the weather with our man on the spot, Steve, who’s currently on location in Alberta-”
Devan just grumbled lowly while listening to the morning’s announcements, back massaging a large knot in his back that had developed from the two little ones he was carrying in the front. It didn’t help he was worrying too.
He had sent his letter with ‘Everleigh’ and ‘Jane’’s picture enclosed inside almost 2 weeks ago and hadn’t heard hide nor hare since. Collins hadn’t even updated his social media about it, just saying things like ‘today is a hard day’ or ‘so grateful to have you guys supporting me right now’, generic things that weren’t like Collins to say
Ace Up My Sleeve (Collins Key/Devan Key) 3
It was a slightly cold afternoon in May with the letter, stained with tears and containing rather precious information, found it’s way into Collins’s hands. His father had already gone down to get the mail and had come up to his room to give it to him.
“Here, son. Letter for you. Most likely fan mail.”
“Thanks, Pop.” Collins smiled thinly and took the small white envelope, seeing the front of it and shaking his head. “Canada stamp, huh? Must be about how excited they are for me coming up there to do a couple of shows with some of the AGT guys in a couple of weeks.”
“Most likely, you’ve quite popular all around.” His father chuckled as Collins put the envelope down next to him. He suddenly became nervous, biting his lip. “The police called today as well, while you were out.”
“What!?” Collins shot up. “Why didn’t you tell me as soon as I got home!?”
“I didn’t want to sa
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