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iWork For Spencer

By Matthew Carroll

Humor / Romance

Chapter 1

iWork For Spencer

Hey guys! What's up? I hope you enjoy this new story and its first chapter!

Disclaimer: I don't own iCarly, or any TV show for that matter. I just enjoy watching iCarly.

Ch 1

iAm Always Fighting

Carly Shay was sitting on her couch watching Girly Cow. She had turned up the volume of her television at least seven times because her two best friends, Sam and Freddie, were once again having some ridiculous argument over…actually, Carly didn't even remember what started their fight in the first place. All Carly knew was that they went into her kitchen and just got into some fight. Carly looked at her watch. Her friends had been fighting for two hours straight. Carly groaned in annoyance. This couldn't get any worse. Carly heard a loud crash and a scream in pain form Freddie.

Apparently things can get worse, Carly thought to herself as she got off the couch and went to the kitchen to see what her reckless friends were up to. Carly was shocked to find that her table was flipped over and Freddie groaning in pain.

"SAM!" Carly yelled in anger and worry, "WHAT IN THE WORLD DID YOU DO?"

Sam looked at her best friend with an innocent look.

"Fredpus did it," she said pointing at Freddie.

Carly sighed and went over to Freddie.

"Freddie?" Carly asked worriedly, "Are you okay?"

"Other than the concussion I probably have and the bruised back, I'm just dandy, Carly," Freddie said sarcasticly.

Freddie got up and turned his attention to Sam.

"WHY DID YOU PUSH ME?" Freddie asked.

"YOU PUSHED HIM?" Carly asked.

"What?" Sam asked Carly, "It's not my fault that Freddie ran into the table. He should really watch where he is going. It was all Freddie's fault."

"MY FAULT?" Freddie asked, "HOW IN THE WORLD IS IT MY FAULT WHEN YOU PUSHED ME?"

"I WASN'T TALKING TO YOU, FREDBAG!" Sam yelled.

"SHUT UP," Carly screamed, "WILL YOU TWO PLEASE SHUT UP? I AM TIRED OF THE FACT THAT YOU TWO ARE ALWAYS FIGHTING!"

Sam and Freddie looked angrily at each other for a moment and then turned their attention to their friend.

"Now," Carly said, "I want you guys to be on your best behavior. Do you see that weird multi-colored sculpture over there?"

Sam and Freddie nodded and waited for their friend to continue.

"Spencer has been working on that for nearly a month now," Carly said, "It is going to put up in an art museum and he is going to be paid a lot of money for it. In fact, all of his sculptures will be put into that museum. The exhibit that will show his work will be open in a month, this is really important to him, it's important to me too. So will you please put aside your petite differences for a little while and stop fighting? Please, for me?"

Carly gave them both a puppy dog look that Freddie would just go gaga over and Sam would just roll her eyes over.

"Fine," Sam and Freddie grumbled.

"Good," Carly said, "Now help me clean up this kitchen. It's a mess."

"Actually Carly," Freddie said, "I have to go. My mom wants to de-wax my ears and she wants me to take a tick bath. I'll catch you later."

Freddie then retreated into his apartment.

"Well Sam," Carly said, "it looks like it's just you an—"

"Actually Carly," Sam said cutting her off, "I have to go too. I have to help my mom with something."

"With what?" Carly asked.

"You don't want to know," Sam said with a shudder, "trust me."

Carly just looked at the retreating form of her best friend. Carly groaned with annoyance.

"They're both so typical," Carly mumbled to herself as she started to clean the kitchen.

Hey guys! So what do you think? I will try to get the next chapter up as soon as I can. In the mean time, read and review! Also keep checking for the next chapter of iHistory by Self Proclaimed KoC. I heard that he will be posting very soon. iKnew it is also on its ninth chapter if you haven't read it yet. Until next time!

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