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Run of the Mill Girls - Pride and PutridnessSugar.Run of the Mill Girls - Pride and Putridness by Darkton93
These were the ingredients chosen to make the perfect little girl.
And then, Professor Utonium purposefully added another ingredient to the concoction.
POW! The RUN OF THE MILL GIRLS were born! Using their ultra-normal abilities, BERTHA, BEATRICE, and BETTY have dedicated their lives to just hanging around, and doing nothing extraordinary!
OF THE MILL GIRLS
Created by: The Professor
ORIGINAL EPISODE BY:
AMY KEATING RODGERS
The City of Townsville… salutes its local government! Today, we honor the fine men and women who keep Townsville in working conditi
BC Day- Always There For You~ ((Mitchercup))Just a fluffy Mitchercup fic~ This is my fave Mitchercup fic ever!~ ((My first legit Mitchercup fic))BC Day- Always There For You~ ((Mitchercup)) by BrickercupMasterX3
I almost died! :iconeeeeeeplz:
Tiny bit of Acercup mentions... ((I still love Acercup... And in this fic I just thought that instead of Boomer comforting Buttercup like I usually do when she's down, it should be Mitch. And 'cause I haven't done any Mitchercup anything in a long while!))
The toughest fighter sighed...
She couldn't believe she fell for that act... And from Ace of all people...
She's ignored all the signs, the ones her sisters caught...
And they almost got hurt because of her...
It's all my fault... I should've listened to them and maybe...
Maybe then... I wouldn't have been so vulnerable to him...
Truth was... She liked Ace...
It may have only started as a small crush... but she still felt something...
How dumb was I? To actually believe he felt something too...
He was only using me to get to my sisters... Then to destroy me afterwards
An Unwanted Guest Bubbles began to have the feeling of dread and uneasiness as she flew towards home from the party, but she told herself it was not reasonable. She dismissed the thought as she flew through the part of town where most of her friends lived. She thought she could float down and spend the night at Julie's until her sisters and professor come home, but she didn't. She thrust away the thought, watching the red, dying sun in the distance. She loved sunsets. They always made her feel warm and happy, inside.An Unwanted Guest by Nabby1999
She smiled as her home showed up, and landed to open the door. It was dark, considering dusk was already here. The uneasy feeling intensified as she unlocked the door. But she tried not to pay much attention to it.
It continued while she searched the wall for the light switch. But it remained essentially the same. Then the feeling changed as the she flicked the light switch on. She was in the living room, when she noticed the change. She felt quite convicted that there was something here