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Guys Just Don't Get It

By Meg Richberger

Humor

Guys Just Don't Get It

She walked up the stairs to the large mansion, pulling off her sunglasses. Her dark blue eyes sparkled with an odd glimmer of red. She stopped in front of the large oak door. Running a hand through her strawberry blonde hair she knocked with the other.

 Kurt, the fuzzy blue elf kid, opened the door, "Can I help you?" He asked in his thick German accent.

 The woman observed Kurt for a moment, then shrugged, "I heard this place was for mutants who need help with their powers."

 Kurt nodded, "Ah, yes. You vant to speak vith the Professor then. Come in and I'll get him for you." The woman nodded and walked inside turning to Kurt just in time to see him disappear in a cloud of blue smoke. 

Her eyes widened briefly, "Guess I'm at the right place." She muttered, taking off her blood red trench coat, revealing a tight black T-shirt and blue jeans underneath.

 Kurt suddenly 'ported back, "The Professor said he'll meet you, come vith me." He then grabbed her arm and 'ported them to a large room that gave the impression that it was an office. Which it was.

 Professor Xavier smiled at the woman and wheeled over to shake her hand, "Hello, I'm Charles Xavier. I understand that you wanted to speak with me?"

 The woman nodded, "Yes, um… My name is Virginia Red and I was told that you accepted mutants into your school. I was wondering if I could join?"

 Charles nodded, "And what exactly are your powers?"

 Virginia blushed a little, then smirked.


 Logan was mad, and not just any kind of mad, he was piss ass mad and that was bad, very bad. Cyke had just crashed his car into his bike. His NEW Harley that he had just bought the other day and had only been rode on once. He growled walking into the kitchen. After spending the last hour in the Danger Room, what he needed now was a beer. Which he kept hidden in the vegetable drawer behind all the veggies.

 That's when he first met Virginia. She was standing by the 'fridge with one of his beers in hand. She looked up as he walked in and raised an eyebrow.

 "I'm assuming that this is yours, and by the look on your face, I'm also going to assume that you want it," Logan nodded and she handed him the beer, "Mind if I have one?"

 He considered it for a moment as he cracked open the can, taking a drink from it, "Guess not." He shrugged, taking another drink.

 "Thanks," Virginia smiled, taking a can for herself before closing the door, "Name's Virginia by the way."

 "Logan." Logan grunted, finishing off his beer.

 "So, what's your power?" Virginia asked casually, opening her beer and taking a drink.

Logan pulled open the 'fridge and grabbed another beer, "Heightened senses and healing, what's yers?" He said, opening the can.

Virginia shrugged, catching a glimpse of a man with sunglasses walk in, then quickly duck back out.

 "You mad at that guy?"

Logan scowled, "So what if I am?" He growled, putting the can up to his lips.

 Virginia smirked, "I'll get 'im back for ya."

 "Why would ya do that?" Logan said, quirking an eyebrow.

 "You'll get to see what my powers are, plus, you'll get to hear him scream like a girl."

Logan contemplated that for a second, then grinned, "Hearing Scott scream like a girl isn't uncommon, but alright, let's see yer power."

 Virginia nodded, closing her eyes briefly, "Okay." She smiled, walking out into the hallway. Logan followed her, his beer in hand.

As they rounded the corner to the living room they ran into Scott making his way to the bathroom.

 "3-2-1." Virginia counted down, a second later they heard a muffled, "What the-!? Oh Shit!" and an ear piercing scream that echoed down the halls.

 Logan raised an eyebrow, clearly amused, "Whatchya do?" 

Virginia grinned, "I can make girls and guys alike PMS."

 "You mean-?"

Virginia nodded, "Symptoms and all. Lasts for a couple days."

Logan looked frightened for a moment, then chuckled, "Got a code name kid?"

 "Femininity."

 "Welcome to the X-men." Logan grinned as another scream came from the bathroom, followed by a 'THUMP'.

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