Woopeedoo First Digital Time Fanfic
It was a typical starry night. All the teachers were preparing for the meteor shower that would start in a approximately one hour. The universe guy – whatever his name was – went about singing things like, “meteors would fall from the moon” and all that mumbo jumbo. Sketchbook, Larry, Shrignold, and all the others were excitedly sharing their ‘wishes’ and such, not like it would ever come true… Tony on the other hand was quietly gazing at the rest of the stars in the sky, mumbling about how eventually they would fade out and die.
Tony looked behind him seeing the computer he held so dear to his heart.
“Yes, Colin, what is it?”
The computer shuffled his feet, “You seem so lonely out here… Do you want some company?”
The clock chuckled under his breath.
“Of course! You can always stay by my side.”
Allowing the computer to stand beside him, Tony gazed happily into the stars. To say the two teachers liked each other in some way was a bit of an… understatement. They were always talking to each other, sharing lessons that happened with the trio, and in some cases er- flirting. Overall, they both certainly loved each other – even if they never agreed upon the idea.
“Ten more minutes till the shower starts,” the universe guy shouted.
At around this time all the teachers began settling down and whispering to each other about when the show will start.
“Who wants to bet that Tony and Colin are finally gonna kiss tonight,” betted Larry.
“Impossible,” Shrignold shouted, “love is only between a man and a woman, not man between mAN! It would only go against Malcolm’s rules!”
“Now, Shrignold.” The small sketchbook glared at the butterfly, “You never know what’s going to happen on a night like this.”
The butterfly again muttered something about Malcolm and flew down onto the blanket.
Tony glanced at Colin and looked down at his feet. There were many things Tony wanted to say but he just couldn’t make the word-
“Do you believe in wishes, Tony?”
The clock looked up at the computer. To think Colin would say something like that! It was almost impossible.
“I wouldn’t say I do, but they could happen, I suppose.”
Colin grinned, “According to my research, meteor showers can also be called, "shooting stars.” Upon which people would proceed to make a wish hoping it would come true.“
Well he got him there.
"What are you getting at Colin?”
“Oh I was simply wondering if YOU would make a wish, Tony.”
Now that would be simple utter nonsense for himself to make a wish. However, this was one of those chances that would come and go. Who knows where Colin would be in a matter of a few months! This one wish wouldn’t be so dumb, the clock thought.
In a matter of moments, flaring stars zoomed past the night sky. As everyone oohed and awed at the experience. Tony slowly closed his eyes – and as stupid as it may seem – wished.
As strange as it sounded, he felt warmth flood his mouth and immediately snapped his eyes open. I guess his wish did come true. He began wrapping his arms around the computer as he pulled him into another kiss.
Another few yards away a butterfly was losing his cash – or whatever he had to offer – to a drunk lamp, or maybe three peculiar students were struggling to learn a lesson about space with a giant universe man teaching. But in the meantime, a clock and a computer were both giggling like the two lovebirds they were.