Author: Music Addict Chick PM
I don't want to give a lot away. Sam is given a love potion serum from her cousin. What happens when she falls in love with the wrong guy? First iCarly fanfic. Seddie. Better summary inside.Rated: Fiction K+ - English - Romance/Humor - Freddie B. & Sam P. - Chapters: 5 - Words: 13,224 - Reviews: 18 - Favs: 11 - Follows: 18 - Updated: 02-25-09 - Published: 11-29-08 - id: 4686213
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Sorry. Took weeks, didn't it? Well, on another (probably) down-side, I'm starting to make another story. But until I get that situated, here's this. In the last chapter, Freddie had asked Sam out. Well, actually, it was supposed to be the other way around…but…I really didn't know what to do for that and by then, I was in the iKiss moment…and a little bit tired of typing. I basically just wanted to get done with the chapter, as you could probably tell.
On the other hand, you should all be proud! Just so you know, all of you who review, it's just been amazing. :) What I mean is I absolutely love it when I get a review from an author whose story I've reviewed before. It kinda feels like a celebrity's commenting on my story! It's an absolute sensational feeling! Haha giddiness.
Oh, yeah, one more thing. I think I named the new kid Reuben, but I can't remember. I just came up with the most random name I could think of – the first one to pop in my head. But I realized shortly after I made the last chapter that that was the same name as that one kid, Gibby's friend. Heh. I really didn't do that intentionally.
Disclaimer: I do not own iCarly. If I did, the actors would get so sick of waiting that they'd sue, lose their jobs as actors, or quit the acting career and we'd have to hire new ones. Then, the show'd be cancelled. Which isn't good.
And, Yet, Another! Stage 5: The Honeymoon Phase
Carly walked into school the next day. She was just about to dial (I can't think if that's the word to use or not) her third combination number, when her blonde friend peaked around the corner.
"It's raining," she stated bluntly, leaning against the wall.
Carly opened her locker door and looked at her friend shamefully. She gave her an apologetic smile as she turned to take the books out of her locker.
"I'm sorry," she said.
And she was. Because of the rain, it now meant that she was going to have a horrible time trying to get home. Of course, the one day that it does end up raining, she's stuck walking home while Spencer's busy downtown all day.
Getting an irking that Sam and Freddie were going back with her, gave her an even more sorry feeling. She sighed.
"I know," Sam sighed.
Carly shut her locker door and leaned against her locker to talk to her best friend before the bell rang.
Just then, Freddie came down the hallway to meet them.
"Hey, Carly. Sam," he greeted, nodding to both of them as he said their names.
Sam brightened up a bit after hearing her name. She knew that the last couple of times, whenever he came around, he'd greet Carly with a lot of enthusiasm. But all she got was "Sam" in a quite disgusted voice. Almost monotonous.
Sometimes, Freddie wouldn't even greet her; just acted as though she didn't even exist. Then, he'd just end up talking to Carly. Not to mention the obvious flirting he did to win over her affection. It never worked. Yet, he never cared.
Sometimes, he would greet them both but it would have a different result and would usually end up in an argument. For instance, it could go like this, "Hey, Carly. Person." "Freak!" "Blondey!" "Nerd!" "Cat Cuddler!" Then she would gasp and say, "You take that back," and he'd smirk; whereas she'd take that chance to slap him in the face. She'd never admit defeat. (However, she would end up also chuckling at the lame comebacks he'd come up with.)
But this time, he said her name in an equally enthused tone as he had said Cary's. She contemplated the fact that her name was said more excitedly and more caring than "Carly" (even though they were said exactly the same because Freddie really didn't notice).
"Hey!" Sam said finally.
After a brief chat among the three teens, they all headed off to their separate homerooms. Carly went one way, Sam and Freddie another. There was a bit of silence and then:
"So…" Freddie decided to break it. "Are we doing iCarly tonight?"
Sam looked at him in disbelief.
"No…we don't do iCarly for a few more days. Remember? Like usual?" The real Sam would've said this in a very sarcastic and slow tone, as if she was talking to a first-grader. But this Sam chuckled after proving the boy wrong.
"Well, I know," he chuckled. "I just wanted to get a conversation going."
"Oh," she said.
Suddenly, she stopped short and stood in the middle of the hallway. Freddie paused to look back at her.
"Wait," she started. "Is this your way of asking me on a date tonight?"
"Yeah, kind of. I mean, I guess," he said, unsure.
"Aw," she said with gratitude.
He just smiled. After going to Freddie's homeroom, they both said their "goodbyes" as Sam headed out the door to her homeroom before she was late. Freddie's was much, much farther than Sam's (as she would put it).
After school, the trio met up at Cary's locker.
"Hey, you guys coming over tonight?" Carly asked, almost as though she really didn't need to.
She waited for the answer but got no reply.
They were there alright, but Carly made note of the fact that since they were together, they were completely oblivious to her existence.
She decided the only way to get them to notice her would be to physically get their attention. She walked over in between them and pushed them both aside. Finally, what seemed like years, she got a response. However, that response was only the "Ow!" and "Hey!" triggered by the sudden force of someone other than them pushing them back.
"Are you coming over tonight?!" Carly asked impatiently, giving them both a "well are you gonna reply or just stand there look".
"Oh, uh…" Sam stuttered. She looked over at Freddie then back at Carly with an uneasy glance. "Look. Can I talk to you for a moment?"
Before Carly could retort, Sam pushed her around the corner.
"What?" she practically shouted, irritated as she was.
"Easy, easy!" Sam said coolly and slowly moved her hands up and down in a hushing way.
"Look, I have kind of a date tonight."
Cary's mood lightened a little. She smiled in an understanding way.
"Ok," she said and put her hand on her friend's shoulder. "Ya see? That's all you had to say in the first place but instead you…"
She noticed Sam smiling at Freddie again. Carly sighed, annoyed.
As Sam and Freddie started talking, Carly folded her arms and rolled her eyes.
"Come on, let's go," she said as she lead the way.
How great? It was so short. :-6 I'm so sorry. Hopefully next chapter will be longer. By the way, I saw iMeetFred earlier and I have to say I was kind of disappointed. Don't get me wrong, I did love the episode in general and especially the ending. But little parts of it bummed me. First of all, it almost seems like (looking at at least this epi and last epi) that Freddie's the victim, like enemy, in the past few episodes. Maybe not against him but everyone, or at least the girls, have been trying to prove him wrong. In the last episode, Freddie doubted that David Archuleta would win; he did and Freddie was wrong (and a majority of the votes were because of Carly and Sam). In this one, Freddie admitted that he didn't really like Fred's vids and what happened? He ended up being the one at fault when everyone was mad that Fred "died" (regardless of how much it affected iCarly). Like it made me mad at the time lol. Like, why would everyone at their school and whatnot be so into Fred that they would taunt the iCarly crew just because he wasn't going to put up anymore videos? I know this show isn't real but gosh it made me mad and I can't help but chuckle at myself now for that rage lol XD! Ehhh. Yeah. Enough caffeine for me. Oh, yeah, another thing that bummed me out. When Sam admitted she'd been arrested 3 times. It was only upsetting because you'd almost think that with friends like Carly (and Freddie too) that they'd either effect her by their actions rubbing off on her or their commonsense or whatever would keep her out of trouble. You know what I mean? Like if you had really close friends that had clean records and did the right thing, wouldn't they keep you out of trouble (or something….idk now I guess I'm kinda ramblin' on bout nothing)? Idk too many fanfics bout that I guess.
I don't wanna start a debate or anything but you see what I mean? Just look at my side of things lol. I mean, in the words of Freddie, "I was just voicing my own opinion!" rofl.
NOTE TO READER: Do you like my newish style? I wanted to be a bit more descriptive in what I write so that you get almost the exact picture I do ;). Cat Cuddler was just the first thing that came to mind. I know, I know, it's kind of a cheesy chapter, huh? :P (mmm cheese) Oh and the homeroom distance thing kind of had a reference from one of my friends. We're not real close but boy does it disgust me at how clingy she is to her bf. She's a grade below me and her boyfriend is in my grade – and in my homeroom. They've been dating for almost a year and she STILL follows him wherever he goes or, even more disturbing, she has to leave early from certain classes just to see him. Then she complains, I guess, about never seeing him. So I guess you could almost dedicate this chapter to them because I think they're the only ones I ever see at our school that act like they're in some sorta honeymoon phase! (lol I don't normally do this – reference people from rl but I just sorta thought about that while I was typing.) And sorry about not putting the deets on the date (that…hasn't even happened yet lol). I was hoping if you read it and reviewed, you would totally help me out with ideas :3!
Please, don't be afraid to tell me any ideas you may have for a date between those two because, believe me, I've got nothing right now. And, if you do, (and this is what I usually do when given ideas for future chapters) I won't take just one idea because in some cases that's not totally fair when there could be others that thought of something really great. So I'll take a couple ideas if you give them to me and tie them in somehow. No matter how much they may not be alike (in any way), I'll figure out what to do. (So if u were to tell me that "make them go to the movies" and someone else put, "make their date a romantic, candlelit dinner," I'll just have to have them go out to dinner before a movie. [Note: u may totally use those if u want].)
Last but not least, to say, that was too dang long! Darn me and my stupid rambling on here. I'm too into details I think. Ugh! *slaps self internally* what are u gonna do with me? Next chapter, my A/N's will be shorter; I give u the MAC promise!