Complementary Counterparts--Ch. 8A/N: I just want to say, thank you guys so much for all the reviews and support you've given me for this fanfic! I have no idea how long this thing is going to be- there's still a lot to come. But hopefully that's a good thing Anyway, I'm glad you guys have liked it so far! Okay, back to the story.Complementary Counterparts--Ch. 8 by Jayfeather-wings
Timmy leaped off the bus and barely stopped before breaking into a run down the sidewalk toward his house. It never truly felt like Friday until that final bell rang at the end of the school day! As soon as he got home he'd be free. He wasn't even deterred by the fact that he'd gotten yet another F on that Abe Lincoln paper he hadn't written.
Hey, he would've written it, if things the night before hadn't turned so hectic.
It was officially the weekend now and he could make all manner of wishes, and hang out with Chester and A.J., and walk by Trixie's house repeatedly until she noticed him—after they got this whole mess sorted out, of course…
"Careful, Timmy!" a pi
Complementary Counterparts--Ch. 7A/N: Ahh, sorry once again for the long absence! I've been caught up writing another fic of mine. Oh, but remember when I said I might discontinue this? Yeah… I've changed my mind. I like this story too much to let it go. [Muffled "Let It Go" playing in the distance] Sorry. Anyway, I was looking through the last two chapters I posted, and was appalled by the sheer number of weird typos and mistakes in them. I was much more careful with this chapter—ideally, there are no typos at all, though I still might have missed a couple. If I have, I apologize, and someday I will probably go through all these chapters and fix their mistakes.Complementary Counterparts--Ch. 7 by Jayfeather-wings
Anyway, since you came here to read a chapter and not an author's note, on with the story!
The room was dark and silent. Anti-Cosmo curled his fists under the blanket, listening intently for any disturbances—usually he could see in the dark very well, but now he couldn't see much of anything. Still, it didn't concern him much.