I have had to explain this with every fic I do. I. AM. ON. A. PHONE. So of course there will be misspellings of A LOT OF THINGS. Just dont hate if I mess up, kk?
Karkat growled quietly as he walked in an angry huff torwards the front door of Sollux's house. This stupid troll wont even answer his phone let alone his multiple texts Karkat had sent him. It was a hot Summers afternoon. How Karkat HATED this earth weather. He was sticky and warm and his head swam. HE HATTTTTED ITTTT!
Of course Sollux hadnt locked the door. He even left it open slightly. Karkat would have to remember to smack some sense into his head sometime. As the troll boy moved into the house, he noticed the lights were off and it smelled like someone threw up and fed it to a earth cat, which threw it up also.
A never ending chain of throw up. Karkat shuddered.
He made his way to the kitchen and then to the hallway. He found Sollux's room where he pushed all the crappy computer stuff and mind honey out of the way. He spotted Sollux on his computer, playing a gmae which looked a lot like another human game called Minecraft.
"DARN IT SOLLUX WHAT THE HECK! IVE BEEN TEXTING YOU AND CALLING YOU FOR TWO DAYS NOW AND COME TO FIND OUT YOUR FREAKING PLAYING ANOTHER ATUPID GAME? WHO EVEN PLAYS A COMPUTER GAME FOR THAT LONG! UGH! IT SMELLS LIKE A DEAD ANIMEL WHEN WAS THE LAST TIME YOU BATHED?!"
Sollux didnt say anything. He looked out of it, which of course wasnt normal. Karkat stomped over and waved a hand in front of his face. "ALTERNIA TO SOLLUX? YOU SMELL LIKE A DEAD RAT WHO DESIDED IT WAS A GOOD IDEA TO SLITHER INTO A HUMANS WAIST DESPOSAL MACHINE!"
"Kk move." was all that the boy said. Karkat growled and grabbed Sollux's face, feeling his forehead. The boy wiggled away and continued his game. "SOLLUX, SO HELP ME!"
Karkat grabbed the boy by the arm and forced him out of the chair. A wiff of a HORRIBLE REEK filled Karkats nostrals. He gaged. "NOPE! YOUR TAKING A SHOWER!" he said. Before he did anything more, Sollux sat back down, leaned foreward and continued yet again to play the block building game.
"SOLLUX, GET YOUR BUTT UP NOW!"
Sollux whined when Karkar turned the computer off. The boy blinked a little and rubbed his eyes which were now probably almost burned out of his sockets. Karkat smirked a little.
"SOLLUX, GET UP!"