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Clouds by Remy

Clouds

Title: Clouds

Author: RemyTehFrog

Rating: PG

Word Count: 692

Genre: Humor/Friendship

Summary: Joe and Brad look at clouds.

Author’s Notes: I have NO idea where I got the inspiration for this. It’s one of the most random things I’ve ever done.

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Clouds

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“Hey, Joe.”


What? How dare you interrupt my cloud gazing? I was looking at some seriously important shapes up there!”


“Really? Care to tell me?”


“Sure, Brad. See, first there’s the cupcake. That shape means I’m going to have some good food coming my way. Then there’s the turntables – see, way over there. That means I’m gonna make totally kick-butt music in our next meet. Then there’s –”


“You’re trying to read your future from the clouds?”


“Yes.”


“You’re insane.”


“Takes one to know one.”


“Hey, Joe.”


“What do you want? You keep interrupting me! I’m telling you, I’ll complain to the cupcake cloud when I next see him!”


“What’s the cupcake cloud going to do?”


“The cupcake cloud is the most important of all. He’s the leader of all the other clouds.”


“Good for him. But how’s he going to –”


Halt! Stop right there! Don’t you dare insult the cupcake cloud!”


“I wasn’t going to –”


“You lie!”


“Come on, Joe. Would I lie to you?”


“Haven’t you just done it?”


“I haven’t! You’re imagining things.”


“So what you’re trying to say is that you weren’t just going to insult the Great Cupcake Cloud?”


“Joe, look at it. It doesn’t even look like a cupcake.”


“Then what does it look like, pray tell?”


“It looks more like an obese donkey.”


Thou blasphemest!”


“Will you stop speaking like that?”


“Like what?”


“Like – that.”


“Oh like this? Wilt thou not stop insulting –”


“I’m warning you, Joe, shut up or no more visiting you for a month.”


“That’s harsh.”


“Don’t give me that look. It’s not going to work.”


“Hey, Brad.”


“If it’s about the clouds again –”


“It’s not.”


“Then what is it?”


“I like frogs.”


“Good for you.”


“Don’t use that tone of voice with me.”


“And why not?”


“Remy doesn’t like it.”


“Good for him.”


“Seriously, Brad, I’m going to – OHMYGOD, LOOK!”


“What is it, Joe? Who died?”


“Stop looking around frantically, no one died. But see – there’s a cloud shaped like a fish! How awesome is that?”


“Extremely awesome.”


“Hey, Brad. I wanna have a cupcake.”


“Ask the cupcake cloud for it, then.”


“Stop sniggering. It’s not funny.”


Au contraire, amigo. It’s extremely funny.”


“Stop using two different languages in the same sentence.”


“Why? Are my linguistic skills bothering you?”


“Yes, very much.”


“Thanks. I’ll be sure to keep that in mind.”


“Brad.”


“Hmm?”


“You’re evil.”


“You dragged me out to lie with you in this field in the middle of nowhere, so that I can listen to you talk about clouds and my evilness?”


“That pretty much sums it up, yeah.”


“I don’t believe this.”


“Not my problem. Look, there’s a cloud that looks like Chester.”


“Really? Where?”


“See, way over there. Behind the bicycle cloud.”


“Wow. Hold on, I wanna take a picture and show Chester.”


“He’ll be happy about that one, eh?”


“Yeah, very. Probably show this off to Mike for months, he will.”


“Funny enough, he’s the only person who doesn’t bother Mike with his crazy antics.”


“Yeah. Mike’s crazy about him.”


“Hehe, Mike’s crazy about anyone who can make him laugh for five minutes straight.”


“Yeah. Remember that phase when he thought he was madly in love with Britney?”


“How can I forget that? You two fought for ages over her. Seriously. Psh.”


“Hey, I’d do anything for Britney.”


“Oh, look, a Britney-shaped cloud!”


Where? Where?


“Haha, got you! You should’ve seen the look on your face!”


“If this is your idea of a joke, it sucks.”


“You fell for it! Priceless.”


“Stop laughing already.”


“But it’s funny!”


“No it’s not.”


“Yes it is. Now stop bothering me. I just saw a very interesting shape and I wanna try to determine what it is.”


“Joe?”


“Shut up, I’m trying to see what it is! It’s round, and orange – look, Brad! An orange cloud!”


“Hate to burst your bubble, pal, but that’s the setting sun.”


Ohhhhhh. I was wondering why it’s so ... un-cloud-ish.”


“It’s getting late, Joe. I think we should go back home.”


“Yeah, come on. Don’t wanna keep the others waiting.”


“Hey, Joe.”


“What?”


“Thanks. For today, I mean. This was fun.”


“Oh. You’re welcome.”

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Believe me, even I don't know where the idea to this came from. But I hope it wins your approval anyway. :3

-Peace

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