Alright guys, this is the last one. Sorry to the people who added it to alerts and such, i've just... lost all interest in this fic and pairing. I know, i'm ashamed of myself too ! Anyway, this is featuring the very addictive game of monopoly deal, which i am yet to win. If you guys havn't heard of it, get out from under that rock you've been living at, and gather your crew for some good old fashioned card fun.
Disclaimer- I dont own monopoly deal or Ben 10... sadly.


"Wait, lemme get this straight," Kevin frowned next to me, staring intently at the cards on the table in front of him. "You want my red card?"

"Well, duh. I think I've made that pretty clear," Ben sighed, pointing at the sly deal card he just put down, before pointing at Kevin's red property with a giant grin plastered on his face.

"And you think I'm going to give it to you becauseā€¦?" Kevin glared at Ben, obviously frustrated at the game. I groaned and put my head in my hands. This argument had been going on for at least 5 minutes!

"Because it's the rules!" Ben nearly yelled, clearly annoyed at Kevin's reluctance to hand over the stupid card.

"Well maybe I don't want to!" Kevin replied, folding his arms across his chest in defiance.

"Kevin, you're going to give me that card," Ben said in a low, threatening voice.

"Or what, you'll let me kick your butt?" Kevin smirked, jumping up and absorbing some nearby steel.

"How about you say that, the other way around?" Ben growled, getting to his feet as he was pulling up his arm and fiddling with the omnitrix, trying to find a suitable alien.

"Stop it!" I yelled, trying to stop things before they got out of hand. They both looked at me, and sat back down with a sigh. "Kevin, just give Ben that stupid red card," I said, giving Kevin my most stern look.

Kevin glared back at me, before slamming his hand on the table, and slowly pushing his red property over to Ben. Thank Jesus!

"Why thank you Kevin," Ben smiled.

"Just be quiet, Tennyson, and have your last go already," Kevin said threateningly, giving Ben the evil eye.

"Okay," Ben grinned slowly, and I had this sneaking suspicion that this wasn't going to end well.

I was right.

"Dammit Ben, you can't do that!" Kevin yelled, jumping up and slamming the chair to the ground.

"Well actually, I can Kevin," Ben smirked, as he plucked another of Kevin's properties. This time it was his green one.

"I need that card! Take any other one, I don't care!" Kevin yelled, throwing his pile of cards everywhere.

"Well I don't want any other card, Kevin. I want that card, so it's mine," Ben poked his tongue out triumphantly, savouring the moment.

"You know what? Take the stupid card, Tennyson. I give up," Kevin glared, stalking out of the room.

"Woah. Talk about a sore loser," Ben stated, before munching on a nearby cookie.

"That wasn't nice, Ben," I sighed at him, slumping down on the chair. "You should be nicer to him, to not be continuously giving him such a hard time."

"Gwen, it was just a game," He said slowly, looking at him like I was an idiot.

"I know," I murmured, sighing again.

"Oh, and Gwen?" Kevin asked, poking his head back around the door.

"Yes, Kevin?"

"I don't need you to fight my battles for me," He said angrily, obviously hearing what I just said to Ben, slamming the door behind him.

Ben and I both winced at the loud sound, looking at each other.

"Well, nice to know you two have got that sorted out," Ben said, shuffling the cards. "Game?"