Stutter (Larry Stylinson)

Stutter (Larry Stylinson)

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Ashley Bowden By asbowden14 Completed

What's wrong with Louis Tomlinson? He looks so shy and innocent, you would never guess he had a single flaw; Well, at least until you heard him speak. "H-hi."  Louis has a stutter. He's been picked on his entire life because of it. With his Mum being a helping hand in a major company his family packs up and moves a lot so the bullying never lasts long, but he never has any friends. They think they've finally found a permanent home and he's starting a new school. He befriends a set of 4 boys on his first day and he actually begins to like this place, despite the rough patches he still manages to hit. Louis builds a bond with each of is new friends and even develops a crush on a certain one of them. Despite the bullies he knows he will always have to face, he actually likes this school and town. Louis is, happy.  Will the happiness last though? Or will he suddenly have to pick up and leave again like all the other times? Most importantly, who will he end up leaving behind? Normal!Harry/Stutter!Louis  ©asbowden14

    636Heaven 636Heaven Aug 08
    Oops Oops Motherf***er 
                                  
                                  
                                  
                                  
                                  
                                  
                                  Sorry... I jut remembered my fav line from the Uniquely Perfect Series so I was like haha
    Me too, but I have like two best friends and I dint get picked on much.
    Look her Ms. goodbitch, your intentions with my boo bear better be class related and well or I'll be dragging your ass.
    All the teachers love me because I'm always quiet and I work a lot in class, I'm also overly nice to them lol
    0hn0nia11 0hn0nia11 Aug 15
    hehe I have 2 more days till school and have to read the maze runner (+ essay)but am only on chapter 28 / 60
    Stop hitting on him bitch he's saving his virginity for a stem not a flower.