...there's nothing to itIf you want something, don't ask for
nothingIf you want nothing, don't ask for somethingOur mother
should have just named you Laika!Ferb then
left the Flynn-Fletcher residence and set off. His father and stepmom
cried. Phineas was proud, but perturbed due to the fact that Ferb
asked to be alone. Candace was worried for his safety, but in her own
nature, she didnt show it. Hours later, Ferb encountered a forest.
It was night fall, but Ferb, as always was thoroughly prepared. He
set up camp and created a fire. He packed a light dinner and consumed
it entirely. He went into his tent and went to bed, only armed with
the thoughts of his family, Her Majesty the Queen, and the girl he
saw at the blueprints store with whom he developed an infatuation.
Before he slept, he thought to himself: It's for your own goodIt's
for the neighborhoodThen, Ferb heard a noise that grew louder
and louder. Then, the fire was doused. Ferb carried a flashlight to
halt the darkness, but the noise was becoming louder. He tried to be
confident; he tried to think of England to calm himself. It was to no
avail. He became more and more frightened. His thoughts consisted of
what would happen to him if he made it out alive, or how is he going
to get help. He did not accept any offers from his family, and it was
a decision he started to regret. His stoic and laconic demeanour was
interrupted by the being that approached him. Ferb lifted the
flashlight to see his face....