Fairly Odd Parents Porn Story: Shaken Chapter 2

Fairly Odd Parents Porn Story: Shaken Chapter 2

Author’s Note: Yay! It worked the second time! And a couple people are actually interested! So here’s another chapter.

Chapter Two – This is Our Second Chance!

Wanda never in her life imagined that seven days could go by in what seemed like seven minutes. But before she knew it, it was the last morning of her honeymoon. She and her new husband, Cosmo, somehow managed to wake up early to watch the sunrise, and were now cuddling just outside the hotel, not wanting to leave for anything in the world.

Since the day before her wedding, Wanda had been nothing but happy. Who wouldn’t be? Everything was absolutely flawless. Her father had accepted the fact that she could be in love with someone and not forget all about her family, her wedding had gone perfectly, and the honeymoon…

Oh, the honeymoon.

Cosmo wasn’t good at many things, but from what Wanda had seen the past six evenings, showing how much he loved her was not one of them. Normally a somewhat timid fairy, Cosmo had been very hesitant to show any kind of affection, and usually asked permission before kissing Wanda or even holding her hand. But something–the thrill of being married, perhaps–made him forget his shyness and prove that he wasn’t just saying all those things that made Wanda accept his proposal in the first place.

Neither one of the fairies could believe the week was coming to an end.

For what must have been the hundredth time that morning, Cosmo asked, “Do we really have to go home today, Wanda?”

Always sensible, Wanda smiled and answered with, “I’m afraid we do.”

“Can we stay like this a few minutes longer? Please?”

Wanda nodded, and she felt her husband kiss her forehead, making her smile grow wider. “I love you, Cosmo.”

“I love you too, Wanda.”

Wanda sighed happily and nestled her head in her husband’s shoulder. Could this moment possibly be any more perfect?

Yes, it could.

If it didn’t have to end.

As much as Wanda wanted to lay there in Cosmo’s arms forever, something told her that she ought to get back to their apartment. The more she tried to shake the feeling, the more powerful it became. It snapped her back into reality, and she sat up. “Cosmo?” she asked.

“Hmm?” replied her husband, still lost in the moment, despite the fact that he was no longer holding Wanda.

“I think we need to go home now.”

“Aww, why?” Cosmo moaned, clearly disappointed. “I don’t want it to end now!”

“Neither do I,” Wanda told him, the feeling getting stronger by the second. She was getting scared now. This rarely ever happened to her. In fact the last time she could remember such a powerful sense of urgency was ten years ago.

The night her mother left.

Suddenly she was terrified, and her stomach flipped in a sickening way. Cosmo must have seen her facial expression change, because he lifted his wand and told Wanda, “Okay. We can go home.”

“Good!” the towheaded fairy said to Wanda when she’d noticed her in the room. “You’re home. I knew you two were supposed to be back today, but I wasn’t sure when, so I just decided to wait here for you. I figured you wouldn’t mind. You don’t mind, do you?”

Startled by her sister’s rapid speech, Wanda didn’t say anything.

“Oh, whatever. Wanda, the most incredible thing happened last night!”

“Really?” Cosmo asked, excited even though Blonda had never said it involved him.

Blonda glanced at the green-haired fairy next to Wanda as if she hadn’t noticed him poof in. Shaking her head, she continued to her sister. “So, you know I have that play at the community theater tomorrow, right? Well, I wanted to run through my lines again before bed last night, but I couldn’t find my script, so I decided to go to Daddy’s house to see if I left it there, and guess who he was talking to in the dining room!”

“Who?” Wanda asked unenthusiastically. She didn’t want anything to do with Blonda right now. She wanted to figure out what had caused her to feel so strangely and ruin the last glorious moments of her honeymoon.

Mom!”

Wanda’s stomach flipped again. “Our… mother?”

Blonda nodded, her eyes filling with tears of joy. “Yes! And you’ll never guess what Daddy said to her!”

Please, Wanda pleaded in her head. Don’t let her say–

“He told her he still loved her! They started kissing and everything, Wanda! I was so excited I couldn’t contain myself. I flew right over to them and hugged them.” Blonda paused for a breath. “Isn’t this fantastic?”

–that Daddy still loves her.

Wanda’s fear was replaced with numbness. “Fantastic?” she asked, her voice barely audible.

Blonda looked genuinely confused. “Don’t you get it, Wanda? This is our second chance! This is a golden opportunity to be a family again! Everything is going to be just like it used to be! Mom’s even going to come see me in the play tomorrow night! I should probably get home and go over my lines again, just in case. Ugh, this is so nerve-wracking, between Mom being in the audience and being observed by that casting director. But I think I’ll be all right. Anyway, I’m going to get going. I’ll see you tomorrow night!” With the wave of her wand, Blonda had left the apartment.

“Boy,” Cosmo said, staring at the spot where his sister-in-law just was, “she sure can talk fast!”

Wanda was frozen in the center of the room, still trying to process all that Blonda had told her. She just couldn’t get it to register. After so many years, her mother just decided to come back? And her father just decided to let her? Since when did Big Daddy willingly let people walk into his life without a fight? He didn’t, as far as she remembered! And what was all the business about him still loving her? Wanda never knew her father to forgive and forget. And she just didn’t see how anyone could forgive what her mother had done.

Nobody sane would, anyway.

She couldn’t believe how excited Blonda was over the whole situation. Of course, they had always been different in that way. Blonda was never cautious about letting people in. Wanda, however, was. Very. It was hard enough trusting the people she knew cared about her. With someone like her mother, it would be so much worse. How could Wanda be sure that she wouldn’t leave this time?

It didn’t come as much of a surprise to Wanda when her mother took off. She’d suspected something was wrong when she was six years old, but since her mother never complained about anything, she assumed it wasn’t worth worrying about. But still, Wanda couldn’t help but notice the angry look in her mother’s eyes that showed itself whenever she’d been forced to spend time with her daughters. It scared Wanda, but she had always denied seeing anything, figuring that it was impossible for a parent to detest her own children so much.

Shows how smart she was.

Wanda remembered the night her mother left so clearly, it was like it was ten minutes ago instead of ten years. Around midnight, she’d woken up from a bad dream. Normally she wasn’t fazed by them, but this time was different. For hours she’d tossed and turned, trying fruitlessly to get back to sleep. All the while, there was this feeling of impending doom occupying her abdomen, getting worse and worse by the minute. As the feeling grew stronger, Wanda grew more nervous, and finally the two feelings became so unbearable that she woke her sister up in the bed next to hers.

Blonda told Wanda that she was insane and tried to fall asleep again, but Wanda refused to let her. After several minutes of persuasion, Blonda escorted her twin to their parents’ bedroom, hoping that their mother would be able to help the problem. The first thing the girls noticed upon entering the room was that the light, for some reason, was on. Wanda looked down at the bed, expecting to see her mother sleeping peacefully, but all that was there was a mess of sheets and clothing.

Wanda’s memories were interrupted by Cosmo. “Wanda? Are you okay?”

The pink-haired fairy cleared her throat. “Yes, Cosmo,” she said with a faint smile. “I’m fine.”

Cosmo looked as if he didn’t want to believe her, but nodded anyway. “Okay. So, um… should we go see your parents now?”

Wanda hadn’t considered that as a possibility, and it didn’t appeal to her in the slightest. As much as she’d love to tell her mother off, she couldn’t face her. Or her father, for that matter. What would he say to her when he found out she couldn’t even fake happiness?

“No, Cosmo,” she answered. “I’m going to lie down for a bit.”

“Oh,” her husband answered, obviously confused. “Do you want me to come with you?”

“Please don’t,” Wanda whispered, her eyes suddenly filling with tears. She flew past her bewildered husband to her bedroom.

He couldn’t even fully comprehend why Wanda’s parents loving each other made her so upset. Probably because he’d never heard the full story. All Cosmo knew was that Wanda’s mom disappeared when she was a little girl, and that it was really upsetting for the family. Wouldn’t Wanda want her parents to be in love again? Why didn’t it make her happy?

Cosmo sighed. This wouldn’t be so difficult for a smart fairy.

He eventually decided, though, that a caring husband would be there for his wife at a time like this, so Cosmo tapped on the door and gently called, “Wanda?”

There was a pause, followed by a weary, “You can come in, Cosmo.”

Cosmo turned the knob, only to find the door was locked. He tried twisting it a few more times before realizing that he could just poof himself inside.

Cosmo wasn’t sure what to expect when he entered the room. After all, he’d never seen Wanda act like she did that morning. She was normally a much stronger fairy than that. This probably explained why she wasn’t crying anymore. He breathed a sigh of relief.

“What?” Wanda asked.

“You’re not crying now.”

Wanda smiled. “That was kind of a silly thing to cry over, wasn’t it?”

Cosmo shrugged. “I don’t even know exactly why you were crying. Because your mother came back?”

Wanda nodded, and motioned for Cosmo to join her on the bed. He accepted the invitation, and let his wife rest her head on his shoulder when he sat down. “Cosmo, my mother isn’t a very considerate person,” Wanda explained. “She gets jealous over the stupidest things, and she isn’t happy for anyone unless everything in her life was working out, too.”

Cosmo nodded, trying his best to understand. “Is that why she left? Because she was jealous of you?”

“Not of me,” Wanda answered. “Of Daddy, I think, and his success with his business. That makes the most sense, anyway. She never told us exactly why she went away. But I know that Blonda and I didn’t make her very happy. Probably because we messed up her chances of being an actress or something. She never told us why she didn’t like us, either.”

Cosmo was unsure of how to respond, so he just nodded again. He could see Wanda was getting angry, and she lifted her head of his shoulder as she continued.

“She never even told us she hated us!” Wanda shouted. “But I always knew. She always looked at me like I was some demon child if I ever needed help with a math problem or medicine for a fever. But she could never just say ‘I hate you, Wanda’. She had to hold it in her entire life! She could never just say what she wanted to say! She just let it build up forever!”

“Like you do?”

The look of hurt on Wanda’s face felt to Cosmo like a punch in the stomach, even though he didn’t know why his question had hurt her. All he was trying to do was understand what was going on in her life so he could make her feel better. And it wasn’t like he hated Wanda because she bottled her feelings up inside her. It was just something he’d noticed recently, like when her father didn’t approve of their marriage. “I–I’m sorry, Wanda,” he said. “I didn’t mean to–“

“No,” Wanda stopped him. “You… you’re right, Cosmo.”

Cosmo didn’t like the look in his wife’s eyes; a mixture of pain and something else… something difficult for him to identify. He realized he wasn’t at all proud of his correct answer, and he wasn’t all that sure why. “Was it… good that I was right, Wanda?”

Suddenly, Wanda buried her face in the pillow behind her and began sobbing. Cosmo was even more confused. Normally Wanda was happy for Cosmo when he was right about something. Now it made her cry? He tried to put his hand on her shoulder to comfort her, but she jerked it away and cried harder. That was even more perplexing. Usually things like that made her feel better, at least a little. Cosmo began to get worried. “Wanda, what did I–“

“Leave me alone!” Wanda moaned into the pillow.

“Are you sure?” Cosmo asked. Would a good husband leave his wife alone like that when she was so upset? He doubted it. But when Wanda didn’t give a response, he decided it was probably best that he listened to her. With a shuddery sigh, he poofed himself out of the room.

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