Disclaimer: I don't own Cody Rhodes, he belongs to himself and the WWE. I also do not own Becky, she belongs to herself as well...
Author's Note: Okay this story is for Becky (Snap DDT). I like this idea better than my last one. Of course this is the one that's going to be the short multi-chaptered story. I'm not sure of how many chapters, maybe like 5-10? I don't know though. It depends on how many ideas I get from this and if Becky likes it. Oh and in the story I have you over 21...or just 21. I was thinking of making like Edge or Kennedy your brother but totally up to you. Just let me know :). Read, review, and Enjoy. :) And Dom, don't kill me! I'll get you a one-shot or like three...just don't kill me AND I'll update It's Just Sex, Right? for you. Okay, now you all can read, review, and enjoy.
Becky woke up with a headache and a massive hangover. She clutched her stomache and dashed out of bed to the bathroom. She made it to the toilet and emptied her stomache into the bowl. She groaned and sat back against the wall, hitting her head light against the wall. She hadn't taken the time to look down to notice she had no sort of clothing on her body. She ran her hands through her hair and finally looked down. Her eyes widened. She got up quickly; maybe too quickly as a spell of dizziness washed over her. She placed a hand on the wall to steady herself before she walked back to the bedroom of the hotel suite she had found herself in. She grabbed a pair of underwear and slipped them on as well as a bra. She didn't even want to look in the bed.
She threw on a pair of orange adidas sweatpants and a white tank top then walked into the sitting room of the suite. She sat down on the couch and ran her left hand through her hair when her hair got caught on something that was on her hand. She untangled her hand from her hair and looked at her left hand. Her eyes widened when she saw a single silver wedding band on her left ring finger. What the hell happened last night was the only thing that was running through her mind. That and who had the other matching band.
She got up and looked through some of the papers that were sitting on the coffee table. She found nothing of any importance in there. She sighed. She was getting worried now and she hadn't even thought of looking in the bed to see who was in it. She continued to look around the suite for any type of papers that would tell her what had happened. She sighed in frustration, once again when she couldn't find anything. She walked into the bedroom and her eyes nearly popped out of her head when she saw the sleeping form of a young Cody Rhodes in her bed.
She stepped back into the other room of the suite and took a deep breath to calm her raising heartbeat. How the hell did that happen? She thought to herself as she leaned against the wall. She decided she needed a mountain dew so she pulled her black hair up into a messy ponytail then grabbed a dollar from her bag. She grabbed something off the end table that she assumed to be the key card to the suite. She left the suite in hot pursuit of a vending machine.
On the way to the vending machine, she ran into Mickie James, who appeared just to be getting in. Becky rose her eyebrows at her friend as she stopped to make small talk. However, she concealed her left hand so that Mickie wouldn't ask any questions about the silver band that was on her left hand.
"Hey, Micks," Becky said casually.
"Oh hey, Becky!" Mickie said, cheerfully.
The cheerful sound of Mickie's voice, made Becky's head pound. She really needed to find that vending machine then take a couple of aspirin to get rid of her headache.
"Where have you been all night?" Becky teased a little.
"Oh, I was in Carlito's room," Mickie confessed, her cheeks turned a light pink color.
"A late night with Carlito?" Becky grinned a little, ignoring the pain that was shooting through her head.
Mickie blushed a little but nodded her head nonetheless. Mickie glanced around the hallway and Becky placed a hand on her head, which was pounding now.
"Sorry to cut the conversation short, Micks but I have a pounding headache and I have to find a vending machine around here," Becky apologized before disappearing down the hall.
Becky wandered aimlessly around the hallways, looking for the vending machine that would give her a mountain dew. She finally found one what seemed like hours later. She hurriedly put her dollar in then pressed the mountain dew button a numerous amount of times and grabbed the bottle when it dropped down. She sighed then made her way back to the suite that she was previously in.
She ran her hand through her hair as she walked back to the suite. She tried hard to remember the previous night but nothing in her mind could make her remember. She arrived in front of her suite door in a matter of seconds. She hoped only in her mind that Cody was awake and walking around naked, since she couldn't remember the night before. She pushed the card into the slot then pushed the door open.
She saw Cody sitting on the couch in shorts. She frowned slightly as her hopes didn't come true. She set her key card down and then rushed towards her bag. She flung everything out of it, not caring where the contents landed and sighed in relief when she found her aspirin. She struggled with the child proof lock for a minute.
"Open for fuck's sake!" she shouted at the bottle, ignoring Cody who had been trying to get her attention for the past minute.
She glared at the little bottle of aspirin and got up. She walked over to the small kitchen area of the suite and grabbed a butter knife.
"Fine, if you don't want to come off, I'll pry you off," she said to the inanimate object.
Becky peeled the lid off of the small bottle of pills with the butter knife and then grabbed two pills. She smirked in her own success then grabbed her mountain dew bottle and took the pills in one swallow. She finally looked at Cody, who was looking at her like she was insane.
"What? Can't I take aspirin?" she asked then stuck her tongue out at him.
Cody just raised his eyebrows then grabbed the paper that was sitting in front of him, got up, and walked over to Becky. He placed the paper in front of her and waited for her to read the contents of it. Her eyes scanned over it and noticed it was a marriage license for herself and Cody Runnels. She looked at Cody.
"Where'd you find that? I looked everywhere this morning for it," she said.
"That's besides the point, we're married now, what's going to happen?" he asked.
She sighed. She knew what she was going to say but secretly, she didn't want that to happen. She took a long drink from her bottle of mountain dew and looked at her new husband.
"We get an annulment and act as if this never happened," she stated simply.
"There's just one thing wrong with that," Cody said.
Becky raised an eyebrow to that. She set the bottle down on the counter and looked at Cody again but in a more serious manner.
"And, what's that?" she asked.
"I don't believe in divorce or annulments," he said.