|Would you Believe?
Author: shadowpanda101 PM
Would you believe that Susan and Johnny didn't always bicker? Inspired by the song "Adolescence" from Len and Rin Kagamine.Rated: Fiction K+ - English - Hurt/Comfort/Family - Johnny Storm/The Human Torch & Susan Storm/Invisible Woman - Words: 779 - Reviews: 6 - Favs: 17 - Follows: 1 - Published: 02-22-10 - Status: Complete - id: 5768562
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This is a fic based on the song "Adolescence" by Len and Rin Kagamine. Susan and Johnny was the first thought that came to my head after hearing it.
Word- Susan's talking
Word- Johnny's talking
Word- They're both talking
I hope you enjoy.
Disclaimer: I do not own Fantastic Four: World's Greatest Heroes
Would you believe? Would you believe? That we didn't fight as much as we do now?
I know it sounds odd. You never would've guessed it. But it's true.
When we were little, Johnny would come into my room every night. He'd always ask "Sissy, can I sleep with you tonight? I'm scared" I could never resist that cute expression on his face, so I said "yes" and he climbed in. I expected it during a thunderstorm or something like that, but he came even when the sky was clear and the stars were shining. Now that I think about it, maybe he wasn't as afraid as he claimed to be.
When I started 3rd grade and Sue started 6th, she came home one day crying. I asked her what had happened and she told me that a guy she liked had pushed her on the playground. My heart tugged a little bit and I really wanted to punch this guy's face. Instead, I gave her a kiss on the cheek and told her "You're too good for him anyway!" I'll never forget the size of the smile on her face after that.
One time, at this party our neighbors were holding, no one wanted to dance with me. I just sat on a chair and watched as all the guests were dancing. A voice came up to me and asked "Would you like to dance?" At first, I thought it was another guest, but when I turned around it was Johnny. For some odd reason, that didn't make me feel any worse then when I thought it was another guest. We got on the floor and we were the last pair to stop.
I remember this one time when two thugs that went to my school beat the crap out of me. I thought I was done for when I heard this voice. It shouted "Leave my brother alone!" The thugs turned and saw Susan, my sister, and, at the time, my savior. The thugs left after calling me a "Sissy Boy." Sue ran to my side and asked me if I was okay. I told her I was fine and tried to get up myself, but Sue had to prop me up so we could get to the doctor. She also gave me a kiss on the cheek. Normally, I would have been mad at Sue for treating me like her little "sister", but this time, I didn't complain.
Unfortunately, once Sue started High School, things changed big time! Mom told us to meet in the living room. Once we got there, mom said that the neighbors had made a complaint about the way sis and I act around each other. She said that Johnny and I were too close and that we would either start acting more like siblings or be separated. Sue and I met up later that day and we made a deal. We didn't want to be separated so we decided to have fake arguments in front of mom and dad so they would think we have changed. I didn't want to be mean to Sue/Johnny, but I really didn't want to be separated from her/him either.
Our first "argument" was when Johnny "stole" my dairy. We chased each other into the kitchen where mom and dad could plainly see us. I felt horrible for calling Johnny those mean things. It was torture to hear those words come out of my mouth. But we knew that we had to do this if we wanted to stay together.
It's been years now since that day. Now were out and living in the Baxter Building with Reed and Brickhead. But we still fight and argue. I don't want to risk losing Johnny. I don't want to be without Sue. So we put up the front as the forever arguing siblings.
However. However. I'll always remember the little boy that came into my room at night. I'll always remember the brave girl that rescued her brother. Although I won't admit it. Although the words will never come out of my mouth. I'm blessed that he/she is my brother/sister.
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