|The Good Times
Author: AnubisYacker PM
A Series Of PEDDIE One Shots, Mainly What I Thought Happened In America. Review. I Have A PEDDIE Addiction.Rated: Fiction T - English - Eddie M. & Patricia W. - Chapters: 3 - Words: 2,713 - Reviews: 7 - Favs: 3 - Follows: 4 - Updated: 01-27-13 - Published: 01-08-13 - id: 8889782
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I finally have access to a computer! Thank gosh! I know I haven't updated, my computer totally packed up on me. So here's a collection of Peddie one shots for you which I thought would make some readers happy! I'm going to start with what I think happened in America!
"Come on Yacker!" Eddie yelled at his girlfriend through the at the other side of the bathroom door. "We have to go get breakfast remember!" It was bad enough he had to wait until nine-thirty to eat food, but with Patricia taking way over an hour in the bathroom. He hadn't eaten in over twelve hours and felt that if he didn't eat soon he would shrivel into a pile of nothing. He was getting over impatient. "Yacker hurry it up!" he called to hear the door fly open and Patricia walk out. He widened his eyes at the look of his girlfriend, she looked, well, beautiful.
She had curled her hair evenly, letting it fall down her shoulder, her make up natural. She had her favourite royal blue top on and the short leather jacket had brought her for her birthday. It seemed to fit well with the dark skinny jeans and heals.
"Why don't you take a picture, it'll last longer!" Patricia teased, checking her phone for messages and calls. It took Eddie a moment to realise he was staring at her and snap out of it. His gaze swapped to a smirk in an instant.
"Since when do you wear jeans? And have a bag?" Eddie asked, referring to the at least 4 inch heels attached to her feet. "Who are you and what have you done with Yacker?" Patricia rolled her eyes and put her phone in her bag.
"Don't push it Doofus! Got to make an impression!" she said looking at Eddie, in his usual jeans and a t-shirt look.
"Yacker, were going to a café, not Tiffany's!" Eddie joked, pulling on his trainers on and glancing at her shoes. "Heels? Really Yacker?" Patricia only gave him a quick glance and then stared at her shoes.
"What? I like them!"
"They're amazing, if thats right for a guy?" Eddie stopped talking for a minute and looked at the wall in his usual curious face, thinking about what he, a guy had just said. He laughed slightly referring himself to Amber in his thought. "What was I saying again?"
Patricia laughed quietly and rolled her eyes at him, standing next to the boy and having to look down at him. "Yacker! Your even taller then me! Ditch the Amber shoes!" with a stern shake of the head Patricia intertwined her fingers with Eddie and walked towards the front door of the apartment. Neither her or Eddie had gotten the point of his mother doing them a 'favour' by letting them use her work apartment to live in for the holidays? What did she expect two 17 year olds to get up too in an apartment alone? Eat there own body weight in pancakes? Eddie looked up at Patricia with a huge grin on his face, remembering how they had gotten here. He opened the door and allowed his girlfriend through, only to have her fall backwards on one of her heels and dive straight into his arms. Luckily he sprung his arms out just in time to catch her.
"Stupid heals!" Patricia muttered reaching down to her shoes and pulling them off. She leant over the banister of the stairs that led to each apartment and threw them down, landing them perfectly in the bin from the downstairs neighbour. With that she ran inside and into her room again.
"YACKER COME ON I'M GOING TO DIE OF STARVATION!" Eddie groaned slamming the door shut and jumping on the brown leather couch, which was like a brick covered in plasticine.
Within minutes his girlfriend finally looked like herself again. Her hair was still curled but she had on her usual black leggings, a tank top and long black cardigan and flat black shoes. "Finally! Yacker is back!" Eddie said jumping up and linking hands with his girlfriend once more and pecking her cheek lightly, he shut the door and put his key into his back pocket and led her down the steps.
"Finally!" Eddie shouted a little too loud, earning stares from the pedestrians passing by. Patricia annoyingly nudges Eddie in the rib and walking into the cafe.
"Fries for breakfast?" Patricia asked, looking at her boyfriend opposite her, adding a sarcastic tone to 'fries'. They were chips. End of. Eddie finished part of his mouthful of food and looked at her, raising his eyebrow.
"Patricia, fries are the greatest thing in the universe!"
"Besides Pie and pancakes?"
"English pancakes kick ass Yacker! You have to agree!" just to annoy her food crazy boyfriend, Patricia simply shrugged and looked at him, waiting for the scream or argument. "Don't shrug at me!" Eddie said sternly. With a roll of her eyes Patricia stuck her final chip in her mouth and pushing her place infront of her, waiting for Eddie to finish.
Shortly after Eddie finished and pushed his plate under hers. "See! Wasn't that nice Yacker!" he said sweetly jumping up from his seat. "What do you want to go and do now?"
"We could go to that picnic you told me about? The one your mum invited us too?" she knew Eddie didn't want to go, she knew there was some people he couldn't talk to for lying to him about his dad. But it wouldn't help if she atleast tried to get him to make an effort?" With a simple nod Eddie jumped down from his stool and held out his hand for her to take, which she firmly did.
I know. Bad place to leave it but I will add the picnic in the next chapter. I hope it was okay. See you next time!