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You silently make your way into the kitchen. You look around carefully, your heart beating like drums in your ears as you keep a lookout for the giantess.
It's been a day since you ran into her. You still remember the incident, and it sends a chill down your spine every time you think about it. She almost ate you! You knew that humans were known to be cruel to your kind, but you never imagined they would be capable of something like that!
You try to clear your mind. You will need to stay focused if you want to survive.
You sprint across the kitchen floor. You are carrying a makeshift backpack that you put together in a hurry. That woman destroyed the cart you worked so hard to make, and now you'll have to make another one! Your stores have run dry, however, and you need some emergency supplies. You reach the bottom of the kitchen counter. You look up the tremendous structure, and you see the drawers, each so large to you that they seem almost impossible to climb. You reflect that their ridged surface will probably be much easier to climb than the smooth and featureless refrigerator. You look up and quickly make a plan of attack. You will climb the drawers, then use your makeshift tools to pry open the refrigerator door to sneak inside. You will then find what you need, then make your way out through the back of the refrigerator. You've done this before, and you know it works.
You confidently grasp your fish-hook harpoon, which is tied to your waist by dental floss, and you throw it powerfully. It is flung upwards, and is hooked into the edge of one of the drawers. You test your weight on it, and after finding it stable, you begin to climb.
After a slow and steady progress you reach the top of the counter. You start walking towards the refrigerator, but something catches your eye, and you stop.
Sitting on the kitchen table is a bowl of premium Kirkland Signature vanilla ice cream, covered in thick chocolate sauce. There's a whipped cream topping on the ice cream, and on top is a single red cherry.
Your stomach grumbles. It's your favorite dessert! You stand there for a minute, trying to resist the temptation, but the ice cream is too strong for your willpower. You curse yourself for being so stupid, but you decide to go for it anyway.
A quick fling of the harpoon and an agile swing later and you're standing on the kitchen table, the bowl of ice cream rising like a mountain before you. You run for it, throwing caution to the wind, and you jump into the bowl. You fall through the whipped cream and you stop at the soft and creamy ice cream. It's cool on your skin, and your hands and feet sink into it with your weight. You pick some of it up and form it into a ball. It's like a snowball, but soft and creamy, and vanilla flavored! You toss it into your mouth and swallow happily. You then proceed to throw mouthful after mouthful into your throat, swallowing it in great amounts. You soon get a brain-freeze, and you laugh at yourself. You decide it's time for some chocolate sauce, so you stand up and you find a nice puddle. You jump into it, mouth open, and you swallow some of the sugary substance. You are covered in the stuff! You laugh out loud, trying to get it off, but it's too thick and sticky. You try to lick some of it up, but it's just too much!
You let out a contented sigh and you drop back into the puddle. Your stomach is full for the first time in two days. You float on the chocolate syrup, calmly moving down with the slowly pouring current of the thick and sugary substance.
Suddenly, you hear something loud. It seems to be footsteps. You hear them like from a distance, your eyes closed in relaxation. Their meaning slowly dawns on you. The giantess must be coming back into the kitchen to eat her sundae! And you're in it!
You open your eyes to see her shape looming over you. Her facial features are obscured by her hair, which falls down over her face and drapes it in shadow. You see the shape of a silver spoon, moving quickly. It seems to be coming directly at you! You try to stand in horror, only to trip and fall into the chocolate syrup. You try to get up and move, but the substance is too thick! Suddenly, you feel a jerk of upwards movement. You realize you've been picked up by her spoon!  You try to react, but everything moves too quickly. In no time at all you are covered in deep shadow, her massive head obscuring the kitchen lights. You look up to see her thick lips passing above you, then her great, white teeth. A blast of hot air hits you and you enter the moist cavern. You realize that it's too late for you to do anything, your fate is sealed.
You realize that this is the second time you've been in her mouth. Last time she dropped you out by accident, but this time you know that won't happen. She doesn't even know you're here. You look about you and you see the organic, fleshy walls, pulsating and undulating, the teeth steadily becoming molars towards the back of her mouth. Your eyes are drawn to the entrance into her throat. A cavern of total darkness is before you, a gaping hole like a fleshy tunnel, turning downwards until you can no longer see where it leads.
All of a sudden, there is brisk movement. You and the other contents of her mouth are pushed up as she lifts her tongue against her palette. You lie there, covered in ice cream and chocolate and saliva, pressure building in from every side. The fleshy walls bend and contour to your shape, encasing you completely. You feel an increase in pressure and a suctioning feeling, and some of the ice cream around you begins to be syphoned into her esophagus. You panic. In no time, you'll be joining those bits of ice cream right down her throat and into her warm, moist stomach. You'll be swimming in her acids, more ice cream pouring in over your head as the fleshy chamber fills to the brim, your air running scarce, the constant motion sloshing you about like a tumultuous sea, threatening to drown you!
You close your eyes. You feel the suction and the pressure, and the now liquefied ice cream leaving you. You expect to move soon, but you are held in place by the pressure of her tongue. You are confused. Did she notice you?
In no time at all, that question is answered. Her mouth opens quickly, flooding with a bright, blinding light from the outside. She picks you up like a hair on her tongue, and holds you in front of her face.
"Hey, it's you!" she says, smiling, "I knew it! I'd recognize that taste anywhere! You are quite delicious, you know!"
You blush slightly.
"Hey, what were you doing in my ice cream?" she asks you quizzically, "do you want to be eaten? Look, you've gone and made yourself all filthy!"
You look down at yourself. You are still mostly covered in chocolate sauce.
"Here, let me clean you up," she says brightly. You begin to protest, but she quickly shoves you back in her mouth. You struggle as she licks you all over.  She sucks on you, twists you every which way. You are completely disoriented for a bit, unsure which way is up and which way is out.
It's not long, however, before she lets you out again. She holds you up, close to her face, and looks you over.
"There, much better," she says with a giggle. You get a chance to look at her face more closely. There is red around her eyes, and some big shadows under her eyelids. She seems to have been crying.
"You know, I just can't seem to get enough of you, can I," she teases, "you're just so delicious!"
You look at her mouth as she says this, fear once again welling up inside you. You try to say something, but you are completely mute.
"What is it?" she asks, noticing your expression.
"Oh, nothing…" you blunder over your words, "It's just—I mean—your mouth…"
"My mouth?"
"It's just so… big."
"Ooh," she says, "I see." She nods awkwardly. "So you really are afraid of getting eaten, aren't you?"
You nod.
"Well, then, what were you doing in my ice cream?"
You can feel your cheeks flushing with embarrassment. She found you at your most vulnerable! You fell for your weakness, vanilla ice cream and chocolate sauce. There is nothing in this world that provides more power over you than that dessert does!
You look up and you realize she is waiting for a response.
"Oh, it's just that," you say meekly, "I love ice cream."
"Really?"
"Yes."
"That much?"
"Yes," you admit.
She looks you over, a warm smile coming into her face. It causes your cheeks to burn up even more. You try to hide your face in the collar of your shirt, but you are unsuccessful.
"Hey, it's okay," she says to you, "I love it that much too. It's one of my guilty pleasures. I treat myself to it whenever I'm feeling, well…" she trails off.
"Down?" you offer.
"Yeah." She looks down, and her hair comes down over her face once more.
You nod. You look back to the events of the day before. Could it be you that caused this drop in her mood? You thought she was just pretending to cry when you got away from her, but now you're not so sure.
"Hey look," you tell her, "I'm sorry I didn't trust you yesterday. It's just that when you're like me, there's really no one you can trust. You have to work hard every day just to survive. It's a tough world out there for people my size. I'm just glad I found a house like this," you think for a minute, "and a girl like you."
She looks up, tears beginning to form in her eyes. "Really?" she asks, "You really mean that?"
"Yeap," you say with a wide grin and a dip of your head.
"Wow, thanks!" she says, clearly cheering up, "that's the nicest thing anyone has ever said to me!"
You find that hard to believe. She seems so gorgeous to you, you find it impossible that no one had complimented her by now.
"Hey my name's Lucy, by the way," she says, grinning.
You tell her your name.
"Well, it's nice to meet you," she says cheerily. "Oh look," she says as she looks down at the bowl, "the ice cream's been melting the whole time! I'll have to finish it quickly. You think you can help me eat it all?"
You grin up at her.
"Nothing would make me happier."
Here we are, part two! I hope you enjoy.

There's some vore in this one, but it's non-fatal. You've been warned.

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:iconvalorofbravery:
Great start off in part one, not so much in two.
Reasoning: while it would be plausible for him to lust after so rare a treasure as ice cream and a full belly, I wouldn't think it a very high chance for him to give her a chance after such a harsh lifestyle and being threatened with death by consumption accompanied by condescension, powerlessness (a key thing to avoid in such a lifestyle), and an unconcerned attitude.

A comparison would be like when people of England thought of giants and their consumption of an Englishman: you'd do whatever it takes to get away, or perish in failure.

You definitely had great ideas with the ice cream introduction, somewhat plausible as such an indulgent opportunity is a unique rarity.

And description of the female character through the observation of The main character and consequent thoughts was BRILLIANT!

In my opinion it would have been more realistic of him to try to stall her again as he knew relatively little about her. He could have thought about the possibility she could just be cruel and brilliant or that she was slightly off. Or a more traditional pessimistic outlook like 'well that's a hell of a way to say hello'

NOTE: In case you think her tears would be enough to sway his mind to become friends with her:

Also though the tears caught his attention and did bring up the legitamacy of what she said, he would still deem caution more important, especially since a most vivid and horrifying scene of him being eaten just yesterday would still be omnipotent in his mind. Rage. Shock. Fear. (Her tactless, seemingly unremorseful interaction would not help either)

Overall though great story! I just wanna see you improve even further. Just try to think from the perspective. Okay he/she is... And I envision having ... Experience... And views of... How will he/I interpret the situation in his shoes.
Fear and caution are particularly pervasive when facing a potential threat that little is known about.

Trust between something that could easily end you, especially with so callous an introduction between the two characters of this story, is gradual, and would probably take up AT LEAST another chapter if not 2 or 3
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newmanaccount Featured By Owner Jan 22, 2016  Hobbyist Writer
so... I didn't manage to read your entire response as I've been reeeeeeal tired lately, but I suppose I should spell it out sometime...

essentially, He is stalling her. The entire series is about how they stall each other. Until, at last, at the end, they don't. It's a whole lot of symbolism. For instance, the ice cream represents the giantess. The physical need for sustenance is represented by his stomach, and the landscape of snowy vanilla mounds with chocolate sauce is a representation of his actual objective, not just the immediate physical need. What I'm trying to say is, there's a lot more under the surface with this series. It's more about how it feels than how it looks.
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ValorofBravery Featured By Owner Jan 27, 2016
I did not know you were so fast with your responses 😳!

Cool! Though I didn't see how the ice cream represented the giantess, I can see the engaging edge in your writing and the deeper unseen implications in every minor detail - which is FANTASTIC!!! While I haven't read that many representative pieces, two historically exceptional pieces for which are Gullivers travels by Jonathan Swift, and a satirist essay on eating children (A Modest Proposal by Jonathan Swift I believe), i do think they tell me something which could help You. In Gulliver's Travels, a cleverly disguised satirist fictional tale spawned from dissilusionment with human nature, the protagonist's viewpoints are illustrated in primarily THOUGHTS and ACTIONS. This is to say the protagonist's interactions are clearly defined by his (1) thoughts -sometimes presented in a way that presents them as if they're common knowledge and he merely responding to the most 'logical' course of action further developed by his own minds rationalizations. For example Gulliver is shipwrecked on an island and finds he is being tied down by tiny people, what would he do as well as should he do? Once figured out he performs a response either by talking or ripping the ropes right out of the ground or both. But in what fashion? How might precursor obligations predicate/EXPLAIN his response or alter it? His upbringing? His obligations?
Main point: Make sure to avoid lack of explication of character's actions.


It just seemed like He was over the eating thing way to fast. But I can see your point... Although it wouldn't hurt to put his negative thoughts and plans a little more often, maybe with some subtle hints in the literature rather than sparced in points.

I suppose you could attribute my point to the lack of negative connotations which imply the split in his head between survival and confusion mingled concern. After being caught in the ice cream and told he's delicious there wasn't any indication of a struggle to give output, which you could've put an indication, for example 'though fear surged through him momentarily, he replied unfazed, determined to afford any opportunity to assure his survival' (you could do it even more subtle or in ways I cannot say). The reader doesn't quite see the implied fear that prompts his somewhat normal reaction which you wish to convey.
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newmanaccount Featured By Owner Jan 28, 2016  Hobbyist Writer
okay. Yes. I could do that. But I don't write that way. I could say, "mired in self-deprecating loathing for his own writing at thirteen years of age, the writer responds with bitterness" but I don't. Why? Because I'm trying to display an accurate portrait of what it's like to be alive. To meet people who are perplexing. Who think and feel different things from yourself. No narrator ever goes up to you and says "your mother gives you a quizzical look, as she's currently under a lot of stress and isn't willing to deal with such stimulus." That shit doesn't happen. People do confusing shit. People do shit they don't even understand. Because people are more than just stimulus and response, logical framework and trains of thought that neatly add up to the result of an equation. People live. They live with emotion, and with drive for things they don't consciously see at the time of their actions. I'm not going to just say how a character is feeling. That's not my writing style.
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ValorofBravery Featured By Owner Feb 1, 2016
13 years is impressive!😳. This is a pretty great story overall, you should feel proud, I know I couldn't have written that😆!

though as stated make sure your audience doesn't have to take too many of those leaps in faith. 'What the hell?! Why did I just open up to her?! Oh well too late now, might as well see where this takes me'. Something like that but in your own way would help readers comprehend. Now it is seen where your coming from though, and now I see the logic in it and yes it could happen, just help the readers to understand a bit more. (I didn't understand but now I do)
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newmanaccount Featured By Owner Feb 1, 2016  Hobbyist Writer
:nod: thanks for the feedback
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ValorofBravery Featured By Owner Feb 2, 2016
Your welcome and THANKYOU! It was my pleasure!
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sodayodasEahawks6 Featured By Owner Dec 4, 2015
He-yon.
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newmanaccount Featured By Owner Dec 5, 2015  Hobbyist Writer
he-yon?
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JoeTheVenezuelan Featured By Owner May 9, 2014  Student Digital Artist
OH GOD, SO CUTES!!1
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CyborgAssasin Featured By Owner May 27, 2013
Man i f I was dat guy in the story I'll be like.
"Let's hug it out"
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newmanaccount Featured By Owner May 30, 2013  Hobbyist Writer
^^ that's not a bad idea!
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CyborgAssasin Featured By Owner May 30, 2013
Thanks.:iconsuperw00tplz:
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newmanaccount Featured By Owner May 30, 2013  Hobbyist Writer
XD
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CyborgAssasin Featured By Owner May 30, 2013
If that was me in the coffe accident in part.
I'd grab a megaphone and say:
Me: Hey I'm in here!!!
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:iconnewmanaccount:
newmanaccount Featured By Owner May 30, 2013  Hobbyist Writer
But where would you get a megaphone from? Do you have one with you right now?
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CyborgAssasin Featured By Owner May 30, 2013
Yes.
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newmanaccount Featured By Owner May 30, 2013  Hobbyist Writer
You lie! Where did you get a megaphone??
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KJID Featured By Owner Mar 21, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
Wait u were talking about fam guy write?
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newmanaccount Featured By Owner Mar 21, 2012  Hobbyist Writer
I meant Family Guy
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KJID Featured By Owner Mar 21, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
oh good
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KJID Featured By Owner Mar 21, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
its like he said when she said do you want to be eaten hes all like nohohonohonohonhonhoho got that from fam guy lol
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newmanaccount Featured By Owner Mar 21, 2012  Hobbyist Writer
I probably did, actually! What episode is it from?
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KJID Featured By Owner Mar 21, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
well i forget what episode but peter said a flash back and a girl said wanna have sex and peter said nohoho no ho no ho no ho ho ho
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newmanaccount Featured By Owner Mar 21, 2012  Hobbyist Writer
Oh yeah! I remember that now, I definitely got it from there! That scene is hilarious
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KJID Featured By Owner Mar 21, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
HAHAHA LOL write
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RobotNinjaHero Featured By Owner Nov 13, 2011
:aww: that's so sweet. I wish I was in that boy's shoes.
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newmanaccount Featured By Owner Nov 14, 2011  Hobbyist Writer
Don't we all XD
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DeethIrteen Featured By Owner Oct 24, 2011  Hobbyist Writer
So, she really WAS sad. And her name's Lucy. Cute.
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newmanaccount Featured By Owner Oct 24, 2011  Hobbyist Writer
Yes, she was XD
or, she could still be faking it. You never know...
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DeethIrteen Featured By Owner Oct 24, 2011  Hobbyist Writer
I do now.
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Pokeman36 Featured By Owner Aug 4, 2011  Hobbyist Writer
I like how you feel like you're the little guy. I envy the minnie.
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newmanaccount Featured By Owner Aug 5, 2011  Hobbyist Writer
thanks! Me too actually XD
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ConsumptionZ Featured By Owner Jul 14, 2011
Awesome work! Awesome ending! :iconla-plz:
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newmanaccount Featured By Owner Jul 15, 2011  Hobbyist Writer
:iconrlyplz: Glad you liked it!
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Suprememessage Featured By Owner Jul 12, 2011
I loved it.
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newmanaccount Featured By Owner Jul 13, 2011  Hobbyist Writer
I'm glad you did! Any particular things about it you liked, or any suggestions for me? I'm trying to improve as much as I can.
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GardeEcossaise Featured By Owner Aug 27, 2011  Hobbyist Writer
The story might be a bit fast, but it's overall a good one.
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newmanaccount Featured By Owner Aug 27, 2011  Hobbyist Writer
yeah, that's my problem, generally. I think faster than I type XD
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Suprememessage Featured By Owner Jul 13, 2011
I like the lack of violent intentions, because it stops the story from ending pre-matuarly
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newmanaccount Featured By Owner Jul 13, 2011  Hobbyist Writer
That's good to know! I'll keep that in mind, thanks.
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vorefan2 Featured By Owner Jul 10, 2011
Huh. Didnt suspect that ending
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newmanaccount Featured By Owner Jul 10, 2011  Hobbyist Writer
in a good or bad way?
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vorefan2 Featured By Owner Jul 11, 2011
Good
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newmanaccount Featured By Owner Jul 11, 2011  Hobbyist Writer
oh, that's good then :D
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vorefan2 Featured By Owner Jul 11, 2011
ok
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Samurai-Poet Featured By Owner Jul 10, 2011  Hobbyist Writer
:iconawwwplz: So sweet~!
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newmanaccount Featured By Owner Jul 10, 2011  Hobbyist Writer
glad you liked it. Thought it was kinda cheesy, but what the hell, it's good enough.
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Samurai-Poet Featured By Owner Jul 12, 2011  Hobbyist Writer
Well, it was a happy!
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newmanaccount Featured By Owner Jul 13, 2011  Hobbyist Writer
Indeed!
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