Just a collection of various stories I began with no intention to finish, or answers to writing prompts. Enjoy! Please visit my author page on FB! Also note, some of these may be removed later if I feel the urge to expand on them!


56. Mandy is a good mom.

__________Mandy was a good mother. She kept her daughter safe, making sure she wore her helmet when she rode her bike, buckled her seat belt in the car, and logged into her dA account to make sure she wasn't reading fanfiction.
__________Mandy was a good mother. At least that's what she thought.
__________Her daughter grew up to be a relatively normal teenager. Mandy thought she had done a good job. That was until the day her daughter approached her, the young girl's brow furrowed in worry.
__________"What's wrong, daughter?" Mandy asked.
__________"Mom, I have something to tell you," she said, looking down at her hands, which were rather fidgety as if she held a secret.
__________"What is it? You know you can tell me anything," Mandy said encouragingly.
__________"Mom, I..." she paused, as if the thing she was about to say was a horrible sin. "Mom, I'm a fangirl."
__________"A what?" Mandy shouted, her face draining of all color. "A fangirl?"
__________"Mom, please, it's not that big a deal," her daughter insisted.
__________"I will not have any daughter of mine become a fangirl!" Mandy bellowed. "How did you become one?"
__________"Well, there's this person on deviantArt named 'Boys-touch-girls...'"
__________"THAT'S IT!" Mandy stormed off to the computer which held the sacred internet connection that her daughter so depended on. "No more internet! I will not have you being a fangirl!" She said the awful word as if the very vocal sound of the combined letters was covered in a plague. "You will be allowed back online when you can not be a fangirl!"
__________Her face still red from anger, Mandy opened her daughter's desktop and deleted the Internet Explorer icon from it. "There," she said. "That should take care of that."
__________And with that, Mandy stormed off to the living room, stopping to grab her Good Housekeeping magazine on the way. She had done the right thing, because Mandy knew she was a good mom.
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