A/N: Don't forget to review, it'd make us both happy:P

Wanda felt bad: she really did. She hated disappointing her husband: the feeling of him not being pleased with her, because of something she did made her want to vomit. And no matter how hard she tried; she could never concentrate on anything when the person she loved most in this world was angry with her. She bit her lip, and tried to gain composure, before letting out another attempt to get him to understand.

"Cosmo, I'm sorry, but I just didn't have –"

"But Wanda! You promised." Cosmo pouted at her, frowning like a child.

Wanda sighed. She was too busy that day cleaning up another 'super/extreme' wish that Timmy had made without a second thought of how it would affect others, she couldn't get the time to make Cosmo his cheese pudding. Cosmo liked the pudding she made by hand much better than the stuff he poofed up. It confused Wanda, because it was the same ingredients, but Wanda liked to think that it was because she had made it that he favoured it.

"Cosmo, I didn't have anytime. I can make you some right now, quickly though? How about that?" She tried to calm him down.

She saw the flicker of happiness in his eyes, before his eyes filled with disappointment again. "Wanda, you broke the promise… and you can't make the pudding fast. You take sooooo looooong!"

"Well Cosmo, I can always try to make it tomorrow." Wanda pushed down the anger slowly building up inside her. If it was anyone's fault, it was Timmy's, but if you wanted to get deeper, ultimately it was Cosmo's fault – he was the one with the boneheaded idea to wish another 'super' wish. He had no right to start blaming her for not having enough time to make his stupid pudding.

"No, now I don't want any pudding from you!" Cosmo let out a huff, crossed his arms, and stuck his nose in the air.

Wanda's mouth dropped, and the anger began to just flow through her veins, rearing its evil head in her like a dragon ready to strike at a moment's notice.

And that moment was now.

"How dare you!" she hissed. His head shot back down, and he looked into her eyes surprised. "Cosmo, I wasn't able to make your stupid pudding, because of you!"

"Me?" Cosmo asked, his eyes wide. He was slowly becoming just as angry.

"Yes, you! You're the one who suggested that Timmy-" she began to imitate Cosmo, very poorly, but she didn't care one little bit. " 'don't make it such an ordinary wish Timmy! Make it a suuuppperrrr wish!'"

Cosmo scowled at her, his wife, who was making fun of him. She's not supposed to make fun of him, or his ideas – she was supposed to love him! "You're not supposed to make fun of me!"

"I'm not making fun of you, I'm telling you that it's your fault you don't have cheese pudding!" Wanda fired back.

Cosmo stuck his tongue out at her, before yelling back, "Well you're cheese pudding SUCKS!"

Wanda floated back in surprise, before floating up to Cosmo, her face reddened slightly with anger. She could feel the tears welling up in her eyes. "Well maybe you should someone else to make your dumb pudding!"

"Maybe I will!"


"Fine!" Cosmo yelled at the top of his lungs, before poofing out of the castle, leaving Wanda in the kitchen alone.

It was silent, the moment Cosmo left. Her heavy breathing slowly settled down to gentle sobbing, as she floated down to stand on the kitchen floor, and leaned against the wall kitchen. She slid down the wall, hugging her knees to her chest, and softly crying into them. She hadn't meant those things. He had just gotten her so angry.

And now, she regretted every word.