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Step into Asgard

By Ivy Bell

Action / Adventure

Bifrost portal plus me plus whatever

One moment could change a life. Well...I was sitting there waiting on the bench listening to my MP4 that's playing a really good song called "She's waiting for Superman". I really love this song so much that my mind is making up a...Okay never mind. There is this nagging question in my head, that hadn't left from watching Thor. Why was Loki in the mirror? Why did the dude repeat what he said "Lets take a look"? Perhaps I may never get that question answered...Perhaps I'll just have Jacob the Marvel Fan explain it to me.

I look out the window and there, I see the bus! It's a short,yellow and black bus. So I ran out the second door. I am a bus Monitor which requires me to sit and be a bus monitor; it requires: patience, parenting, knowing what's right and what's wrong. When somebody like me watches a good movie, I watch it all the way through. Zoom was pretty beast! I love that movie. Thor...Eh, I don't find Thor the character appealing to me. Anyway, there was this odd and loud cackling sound that came from the sky. It wasn't supposed to be storming.

So idiotic me looks up at the sky. And boom. I see a tornado like funnel appearing above me. I had stopped just a few feet outside the doors. Please let this be a space bridge. Please let this be space bridge.As a believer that anything is possible like a flying TARDIS, Digital monsters, pokemon, and oh, gigantic Transformering robots. . . I'm in the best fandom ever. Seriously! Even Spielburg is a Whovian!

"Please be a space bridge." I wish, out loud.

And when I look ahead, I see this gigantic and huge missile like thing from over the field.

"I wish . . " I make lots of wishes; go figure. "That I made Gertium Kerkouski a german...Not Russian." And then this big, gray tunnel thing sucked me in!

I could see smoke and debri move from under my feet.

"Sooo..." I said. "I won't be coming back to Illinois in...a looong time."

Then I look up to see this sphere of colors and other colors tangled in together. It's almost like the end credits to Thor the movie and Stargate SG1 put in together. It's a mix of what people may say or scream 'Cliche'. So that means: No Fan Fiction from me in a while, no Haunting on Malbury Street sequel (Which was going no where, by the way), No City of Faith, No PIAV, no...familiarity.

When I say that I flew through realms, universes, and galaxies. . .That was fantastic.

"WOOHOOOooo!" I shout, holding on my backpack's shoulder straps. My MP4 is in my coat's pocket.

How awesome is this?

This is the extreme form of awesome!

The force sent wind through my hair as my glasses were getting wet. I didn't believe ya can get wet while traveling until now. It was so strange and amazing, but I still had my MP4 on and my earbuds in. I hope that these don't break at all. I really, positively do. I pulled up my coat's hood. The music fits in what's happening right now; currently at the 'Making a wish on a passing car'. And I also hope that I am not going to get into a love triangle. I do hope that this answers the biggest question of the universe, asides to 'Doctor Who?' I miss Eleven.

I closed my eyes, hearing the screeches and howling from different sciency-stuff portal winds.

After awhile, I reopened my eyes to see the cloud like city. Woah.

"This...is...awesome." Then I could feel the force around me increasingly hot and I had my backpack on my back. "Oh slag!"

I held on my MP4 and braced myself for impact.

Nothing happened.

Funny thing is that fate calls upon you in the most strangest forms. So I opened my eyes ...and saw that I was standing on a broken bridge to what initially had been the teleportation building. Great, I am getting more questions than not. It's so...hmm...I can't tell ya how this makes me feel. I'm not a marvel fan. I have not watched the X Men since Professor X had been killed.

"...A mortal?" It was the teleportation keeper, Heimdall, or...Is that right? "How did you get here?"

I turn around, smiling. Ya know, I can't help but be really friendly. Sometimes it can be a pain in the rear end.

"Hai!" I held my soaked, wet hand out. Seesh that portal is wetty!

The tall, golden armored man looks at me.

"I want an answer before I give you a..."

I just had ta interrupt him! It's so...ya know, unresitable.

"Handshake," I said, not letting down my hand. "Now."

Heimdall shook my hand, so then our handshake broke.

"Now answer my question, how did you get here?" He asks.

I shrug.

"I would have been fine going into the world of Gigantic robots," I said, taking out my ear buds.

I press the thin power button to the side of my MP4, hold it up there for 9 seconds I believe and then let it go. The Blue 'coby' sign came up and went away, I wrapped my ear buds around the device then put it into a pocket of my backpack that wasn't torn. Heimdall has this odd look on his face. He didn't get what 'Gigantic robots' meant...what a shame.

"Um... the space bridge thing sucked me in right before a missile struck my school and there's plausibly other missiles too." I said, matter of factly. "Don't pity me. Because whoever in charge of fate just got put me into your hands." I wave my hand. "I have Autism, which is cool, so...Hai."

He has one hand on his staff.

"Space Bridge?" Heimdall repeats,raising a brow at me.

. . I want to get everyone on Asgard familiar with Pop culture...No, no, no IVY! Don't ya fragging do it!

"Perhaps Odin knows what to do with you." Heimdall said.

Yep, because I hope this is...wait...it is before Avengers the 1st movie and Thor 2...Oh frag.

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