Well, I sat down to write more of my latest EdWin fic, but this idea wouldn't leave me alone! If you've already read part one of this two-shot before this update, I suggest you go back and read it again before continuing onto to the next part, I re-wrote most of it and it's a lot better than it was before. Hope you all enjoy! I couldn't stop laughing when I was writing this myself lol. =D
Well, I sat down to write more of my latest EdWin fic, but this idea wouldn't leave me alone! If you've already read part one of this two-shot before this update, I suggest you go back and read it again before continuing onto to the next part, I re-wrote most of it and it's a lot better than it was before.
Hope you all enjoy! I couldn't stop laughing when I was writing this myself lol. =D
"That damn Winry!" Ed huffed as he burst through the door that connected the workshop and the kitchen. He found Al sitting at the table, reading an old alchemy text and acting like he didn't see or hear his brother's dramatic exit from the room he left Winry in.
After Ed paced a few laps around the kitchen table, Al decided to acknowledge his presence. "Brother?"
"What happened to you in there?"
Ed could only grunt and kick a chair over in response, then scrambled to pick the fallen chair up before Pinako walked in and beat him over the head with her pipe for abusing her furniture. Old hag.
"Ed, what happened?" he tried again, not adding too much concern in his words since it was probably just another petty fight that the two stubborn teens would end up forgetting about by dinnertime.
"Damn machine junkie felt me up!" he roared, not caring if Winry heard him from the the workshop. He wanted her to know that he was pissed!
"Brother, I think you're overreacting."
"No way, Al! You weren't in there!"
"Still, Winry's not like that and you know it."
"The hell if I know it! I don't know what to think of her anymore after pulling that shit!"
"I think you liked it or you wouldn't be making such a big deal out of it." he noticed Ed's face grow even redder and decided to continue, "You should just go in there and tell her how you really feel since everyone already knows it but her."
"Shut up, Al!"
He smirked inwardly, "Oh, I think I might be right, look at your face! Or wait, I'm sure you can feel it! I bet I could fry an egg on each of your cheeks it's so hot!" Al almost fell out of his chair from the uncontrollable laughter.
Ed let out another one of his obnoxious roars and stompped to the living room, turning around to face his younger brother, hoping to come up with some sort of smart remark that would shut him up, but he was so furious he couldn't think of a single thing.
"What's the matter, Ed?"
The elder Elric spun around and finished his trek to the front door, yanking it open and then closing it with more force than Pinako was comfortable hearing, she could be heard clear as day from where Al was sitting, even though he was inside, while she chewed the pipsqueak out for nearly destroying her front door. Al found himself laughing so hard, that he was sure he'd have cramps by now if he had his body back.
Winry finally came out of the workshop when she couldn't hear Edward's yelling anymore. "What the hell are you laughing at, Al?" she asked, clearly confused.
"Brother!" he choked, "What exactly did you do to him, Winry? I've never seen him act like that before!"
She crossed her arms and a big grin spread across her face, "I did exactly what you told me to do!" she couldn't help but laugh herself when Al had another giggle fit.
"I should've known he would react like that, I guess it was worth a try though, right?" Winry nodded at him and looked through the window to see Ed marching towards the river.
He needed to cool off more than just his face, that was for sure.