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that 70s show

By belislele

Humor

Chapter 1

That 70's Show Fan Fiction

 Chapter 1

“Shut up Kelso.”  Hyde bluntly sneered. Reaching over the couch in Eric’s stuffy basement and hitting Michael on the back of his air filled head. “ Ow! Guys I promise I’m not lying. I saw it with my own two eyes.” “Kelso this is like the time you said God couldn’t see through lead.” Eric gibed trying to contain his laughter. Michael automatically protested “I’m telling you man he can’t, Pam Macy told me. And anyway this isn’t like that I saw it, man. It was a decked out car speeding down the highway, then it disappeared into thin air, next thing you know it crashed by the local water tower.” Jackie and Donna rolled their eyes. Hyde looked over to the group “ What do you think Fez, Foreman, wanna check it out?” Fez smiled giddily, “ Yes, I would very much like checking out this “decked out” vehicle.”

The cruiser was packed in by the group, and they headed to the water tower to ascertain if he was telling the truth.

“Foreman just park already.” Kelso said, annoyed. “Red will kill me if I scratch the vista cruiser, I’d rather live.” The group continued to yell at him until he safely parked the car near the water tower. “Okay Kelso, where is your magic car.” Donna huffed. “Michael I’m cooold.” Jackie complained. “ Well dang Jackie, I can’t control the weather.” Kelso dismissed her as he continues to search for the car. “HA!” he screamed “I told you!” he triumphantly pointed to the futuristic car. “Let us go inside and look to see it's decked out-ness.” Fez said. “No man, what if this is some insidious experiment the government made to test our intelligence, if we go in they will lock us up and torture us until we say what we know.” Hyde enjoyed rambling on about his  government conspiracies until someone stepped out of the smoking vehicle. The group stood there their mouths gaping. He was wearing a red vest with a jean jacket and a checkered shirt. “Hey guys mind telling me what year it is?”  



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