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Cuddles~ DarkiplierxJacksepticeye

By Lexie Shiers

Horror / Romance

Kidnapped

One day there was a green haired Irish man at the name of Sean, though his screen name happened to be Jack. Jack paced around his room, trying to contact his best friend Mark with his cell phone. There was no answer for the third time. Jack shrugged it off, he was probably busy, considering he had to make and edit videos for his popular YouTube account just like Jack. He sighed heavily, throwing his phone carelessly onto his bed. He sat down next to it, running his pale fingers through his bright green hair. It was only about noon, and Jack flung himself backwards onto his bed, getting a slight headache from the fast motion. He flinched as he heard a loud stumble from downstairs. His eyes now wide, he very slowly sat upright, thinking it was probably just a coincidence. He thought to himself, ''Hey, maybe Mark flew from L.A to Ireland to come see me!'' But then he rethought. Mark would've told him if he was coming. And Jack always had his door locked. Strange. Jack, being the little idiot and unthoughtful person he was, happily ran out of the room and hopped down his stairs. He turned the corner into his living room. He stopped. What stood before him was indeed Mark's tall, broad body and his same red hair. But as they made eye contact, Jack saw his pupils were completely red, not the comforting brown color they always had been. He then realized what could be standing stoically before him: Darkiplier. Darkiplier is Mark's alter ego, or 'Evil side' as you will. Jack had only seen him appear in Mark's videos, like his evil side, Antisepticeye. He didn't think Darkiplier was... Real. Jack burst out laughing. ''Good one Mark, real funny.'' He said, looking back at the being. Darkiplier on the other hand, was not laughing. Dark growled lowly, walking over to Jack and placing a hand on Jack's shoulder. ''I am not Mark, nor shall I ever be'' He said to the small Irish fellow. Jack gulped, he had now knew this was real. Darkiplier saw the fear in his eyes and laughed, grabbing onto Jack's arm and pulling him away. Jack tried to resist, but Darkiplier was too strong compared to him. He got dragged outside and Darkiplier put a cloth to his mouth, making Jack's eyes grow heavy and eventually fall.

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