The Worst-Best Mistake The sun was setting, leaving a shadowy outline of children from the playground. A small bit of light still peered down, enough to recognize faces and expressions. Although it was not nearly five, the great ball of light hanging in the sky decided to call it a day here at South Park. As it went it left behind coloufrul streaks of pinks and oranges that shimmered on the glistening snow below. Three young boys sat in a circle-shaped form. Stan, the oldest of the three at 10 years old, sat in the front. Behind him sat a ginger, named Kyle, and behind him sat a “larger” boy. Eric, of whom was referred to by his last name Cartman.The Worst-Best Mistake by unicornhearts0000
Cold wind blew, turning their cheeks red and tingly. Stan brought two gloved hands to his chest. Thrashing them erratically while excitedly (and loudly) explaining his story. Kyle watched anxiously, only half listening. His attention was fixated on his pouting friend. A pang of worry and guilt tugged
Salty Kisses Ch.9Salty Kisses Ch.9 by Luffy-Kun-Fiction
Chapter Nine: Karma
The unknown entities of the universe twist and entwine. A constant push and pull of forces beyond the power of mere mortal controls the fate of man. The cosmic energies that dictate your place in the world: your purpose. Whatever you put out, you will get back. If you do wrong, it will eventually catch up with you.
White and Black. Light and Dark. Yin and Yang. Kyle and Cartman.
Kyle Broflovski has always been my balancing force. He has always been the one to tell me when I am on the edge of insanity and pull me back when I am about to fall off. Focusing my energies on him gave me purpose. Tricking myself into thinking I hated him gave me meaning. Kyle was the center of my universe. I am merely a shadow who cannot exist without his guiding light.
I have always brought out the worst in Kyle, but I think he enjoyed having someone to hate. I validated him as a good person. The beast to his beauty, the ruffian he longed to reform once upon a time, but he ha
KylexCartman: You saved my life!"Ready Ike? Kick the baby!" Kyle said to his little brother as he, Stan, Cartman and Kenny waited at the bus-stop.KylexCartman: You saved my life! by RaynaOfTheDead
"Don't kick the god damn baby!" Ike replied to his brother, as (without warning) he ran across the road.
"Ike! No!" Kyle went to walk to his brother across the road. In the corner of his eye, Cartman saw a car racing round the corner, straight towards Kyle. It was too soon for Kyle to even consider getting out of the way. As the car was about to knock him down, Cartman ran and pushed Kyle out of the way and the car smacked him down.
Kyle got to his feet and realised that Cartman had sacrificed himself to save him. Kyle ran over to Cartman's limp body and tears streamed down his face. Although he hated Cartman he never wanted him to die!
"Wake up..." Kyle mumbled to him "Wake up, Cartman..." As he cried more than he ever had.
Kyle had been visiting Cartman everyday in hospital. Thankfully Cartman hadn't died, although he was in a coma due to his severe injuries. Kyle
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