Time Control

A time-manipulating story

Chapter 1 by 8inchesandcounting 8inchesandcounting

You've always known you were special. You've always felt a bit _different _than your friends and family, like you were meant to be bigger or better than what you are and what they can achieve.

On the morning of your 21st birthday, you awaken in your house with everything as normal. The alarm is at 0659, one minute before it's meant to go off. You're always waking up right before your alarm, that last minute or two of sleep always fleeting away. You rustle out of bed, and head for the shower.

Finishing up, you take a look in the mirror. You're satisfied you've grown into a man, even if it took a little longer than you'd have hoped. You're generally pretty fit, and you've been told many times you are pretty attractive. Your cock, the thing every guy hopes measures up, sits erect at a solid 7", with a nice girth to boot. Women in your life have often complimented on it's looks as well, being circumcised and smooth. You finally stop admiring yourself in the mirror and head to your room to grab your phone and such to start the day.

Your alarm is still sitting at 0659. At first, you figure the power must've went out, but that would leave the clock blinking at 0000, right? Confused, you look out the window. The sun is rising, but something is quite wrong. The birds outside your window are frozen in the air, a woman across the street is stopped in mid-stride. You panic for a moment, wishing time would resume, when suddenly, it does!

Rubbing your eyes at this extremely confusing situation, you figure you must be tired or something. You think about time stopping once more, and it seems to do just that! The birds stop, the woman once again freezes, even the trees that were swaying in the gentle Spring wind stand still. You try this a few more times, when you're startled by your alarm suddenly blaring, indicating that (from your perspective) barely a minute has passed even though you've experienced almost half an hour.

After some experimentation tossing a ball and catching it yourself, watching the events unfold outside, and finding out what triggers the power, you come to a conclusion:

You have the ability to (at will!) start and stop time. Thinking about stopping time stops it, but not entirely. While everything ceases to move on it's own, you can still interact with objects, such as throwing a ball, and things that you interact with, like your phone or the computer, seem to still work, but only when you will it to be so.

You also find that if you want, you can bring something that you are touching into the "time-stop world" with you, as you try with your cat Butters. However, whatever he interacts with doesn't seem to respond much, as he found out while trying to play with his ball of yarn and it barely reacting.

"This is insane!" you think, but you can't help but think about all of the possibilities, most of them perverted, as you head out the door with a slight grin on your face.

Where do you take your newfound power?

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