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Oh Tweekers, what am I going to do with you?

By RoseBadwolf1000

Romance / Other

Vacation

Tweek sat with his head in his hands, trying to calm himself down, but nothing was working. He had no idea how to do this. Craig was gone for the week, due to Craig's parents taking his family on vacation. He breathed in, then out. In. Out. In. Out. He felt he was doing good when Kenny came up behind his desk and left a note on his desk. He screamed.

Craig sighed, sitting on the plane, annoyed and flipping everyone off. He had requested to be left at home or with Tweek for the week, but his family would not allow it. It was all his stupid Dad's fault. He just had to insist that they go on this ridiculous vacation to Nevada. Stupid Mormon religion. His parents were bringing them down for conversion. All since that Gary came to town his family was obsessed with the religion. He knew next to nothing about the religion, so he couldn't really insult it, but he knew it must be important. Craig did not tell Tweek why they were going on vacation, due to Tweek probably freaking out, especially since Craig had recently come out to his best friend as gay. Tweek would likely tweek out and say the religious people would kill him. Craig chuckled at that. Tweek....

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