|Six People Who Have Always Belonged
Author: Disco-Freak PM
This is basically what happens to the Friends characters after the show. I've currently got three chapters up, but more is coming... I'll have more soon, I promise. Please R&R, I'd appreciate it so much!Rated: Fiction T - English - Humor - Chapters: 3 - Words: 2,420 - Reviews: 10 - Favs: 2 - Follows: 2 - Updated: 01-08-07 - Published: 01-07-07 - id: 3330317
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Chapter One – Meet the Bings
Okay, so this is my first ever Friends fic. So, please review and stuff because I have no idea how this is going to end up. Besides, if I don't get any reviews, how will I know if people like it or not? Just so that it has been said, I don't own Friends, or any of the characters that were ever on the show. Enjoy!
Monica lay in her bed staring at the ceiling. It had been three years since she left the big city, the coffee house, the old apartment, and her friends. Looking back on her life there, she realized that she had always had the time of her life. She missed not seeing her old friends everyday like she used to, even though she had Chandler.
Ross and Rachel would occasionally come by with Emma, and she was actually expecting them in the morning. 'Actually', she thought to herself, 'it will be more like the afternoon when Rachel is finally ready to leave the house'. Joey was still living in the same apartment in New York, he said that if he didn't live outside the city if he was going to become a big time actor. Nobody had the heart to tell him that it wasn't going to happen. And, Phoebe and Mike had recently moved about and hour south of New York with Pheobe's second set of triplets, these ones belonging to her, not her brother.
Monica looked over her shoulder at the man lying next to her. Chandler. The most wonderful man in the world, even if he was the most confusing. She had, had an incredible three years in her new house, and watching Jack and Erica grow up was an amazing experience. They were just over three years old now, and constantly in more trouble than Chandler was when he said that Monica was fat.
But, that was years ago now, a lot further than it was when the group of friends sat in Central Perk. Now, Monica was a mother of two children, head chef of a restaurant and a wife with a commercial planner for a husband. Monica smiled. She loved being a Bing.
Okay, so I know it's short. But it will definitely have more chapters, and yes, the chapters will get longer, but I just had to put an introduction in here somehow, and this is the only way that I could do it. So, please please review, and I'll review your stories too!