This is more of an idea rather
than an actual fanfiction. I hadn't thought about it right up until I wrote "Ambiguity" down at ff.net. I mean, I really doubt It even make it as
a final draft or an actual story now that I'm submitting it in its prototype form. But hey, if anyone cares to take the idea, go ahead.
Enjoy, if you can.
It starts out with Paige getting ready for school, when she sees her lunch has Quincy inside of it. Jason takes responsibility, in which Paige almost wants to punch his lights out, but is already late for school.
Just as Jason feels extremely proud for having gotten an A+, Eileen comes by, who destroys his fun by saying she got five points more than him. Even though her real purpose was to ask Jason if he wanted to join a club to help protect animals from man's defrayment of their habitats, Jason declines claiming it's more nerdy than he is (unable to decide if he's disgusted or jealous, yet decides disgusted since she is in fact a girl.)
That same day, Jason plays dodgeball, telling Eileen to think fast. Even though she points out he missed, the ball hits another ball which ends up hitting Eileen. Jason gloats stating as a girl, when it comes to sports, she reeks at physics in spite of having obtained five more points than he did.
Hit by anger, and adrenaline, she grabs a hefty soccer ball by accident, unaware of its weight, and throws it at Jason. It knocks him out to the point of having him hit the ground.
Jason's in the hospital, when his friend Marcus comes to visit him. Jason asks who he's supposed to be, thus emphasizing the blow had taken a couple of years from his memory away. The doctor says in just one day he'll be able to return on his feet.
Chapter 2: Fragments as puzzle pieces
Going back home, he wonders that everyone is unfamiliar. Peter feels a tad worried, seeing he took him to the hospital himself once. Jason forgives him, which slides him aside. Paige almost tries to take control of him by telling him she's the boss of him. Only doing it when Andy and Roger aren't around.
Jason is back in school. Everyone treats him like a new student, except Marcus and Eileen. Eileen feels extremely apologetic in spite of Jason's lack of memory to distinguish his hate for her. Even though he mildly approves, Marcus lets Eileen help him in trying to regain Jason's memory.
Marcus teaches Jason until Eileen chooses to take more responsibility on the issue seeing she's the one who started it all. Marcus doesn't know if it's a good idea, yet finally agrees if she feels that guilty. Eileen passes the time teaching Jason on the ropes stating who he is, why he hates girls so much and why he likes reptiles even more.
Chapter 3: Change of both hearts
Eileen's initial purpose was to regain Jason's memory, not to make him fall in love with her whilst teaching him math. Throughout the days, Jason seems to take a fond for Eileen, in spite of the fact he's supposed to hate her.
Eileen knows it's wrong, right
until she starts to fantasize about the perfection her life can now have thanks to Jason's new character. Jason eventually becomes the same nerdy guy he
was, with the exception of his sister's intolerance and his abhor of girls. Regardless of the way others make fun of him, he still doesn't care as long
as Eileen's not one of them.
One day, Marcus asks Jason if he wants to go hunting geckos at night. Jason declines stating he was going to see the premier of THE Deathly Hallows with Eileen. Marcus argues with Eileen for turning Jason against his nature, even though the only trait which wasn't his from the get-go was his affection for Eileen.
Marcus furthers his point and states if she can't refresh Jason's memory right, maybe he should. So Marcus tries to take Jason under his own wing. Jason lets go of his hand, stating he prefers to be with Eileen. Then they both get into an argument, Jason winning and therefore getting on Eileen's side. Marcus walks away, leaving Eileen doubtful towards this having been the right decision.
Chapter 4: The most difficult
Back at home, his family tries every day to convince him who he is, not counting Andy or Roger since Jason's much more peaceful this way. Paige and Peter are the ones who miss him the most, having been unable to live without the accustomed turmoil his oddities repel. Not even Quincy seems to feel so high spirited towards his new attitude on life.
Eileen begins to feel guiltier every day towards seeing everyone else take Jason. Apart from his family, everyone makes fun of Jason for having a girl for a friend on a daily basis. It hurts Jason sufficiently, yet he always tries to pretend he doesn't care. It bothers Eileen to see Jason struggle so much, she feels as though it should finally be put to rest.
Chapter 5: Decisions
Marcus meets up with Eileen to plot a trick in order to return Jason to his normal self. He says she and Jason will meet up at an old Soccer court, where their plan is to aim a soccer ball right at Jason's noggin. Jason meets Eileen at the place, where they talk about how Just Kidding Rowling should write more stories. Just as that happens, Eileen gives Marcus the signal, which makes him come out of nowhere and throws a soccer ball.
He misses just above his head. Jason feels confused and almost mad at Marcus, up until he realizes Eileen argues at Marc us as well. Except the way she argues is towards the way Marcus should have applied a bit more momentum at the throw.
Eileen knows she shouldn't have said that, now knowing Jason has figured out she too wanted to harm Jason. He feels confused even more, until Eileen explains it was best for both of them if he started hating girls and driving most people mad. That way not only would his social life be less intolerable but his family wouldn't miss him anymore. It makes him sad to see that would mean they couldn't be best friends, having Eileen agree, replying it's not because they both want it, but because it's how it's meant to be.
Understanding well enough, Jason decides to climb the roof of his house. Eileen and Marcus are shocked to see Jason appears as though he were on the verge of killing himself. However, Jason says this happened to him once when according to Peter, when he was trying to fetch a punted football. Jason says he'll miss Eileen before he falls down, leaving him unconscious.
Chapter 6: Another aftermath
Jason ends up in the hospital once again. Everyone is there, except Eileen who left an unsigned card for him. Jason only remembers from the last time he could assume that he was hit by a heavy ball before ending up unconscious and in the hospital. He is also semi-disgusted to see the unsigned card stating "Even though you will, I'll never forget the good times we had together".
He feels disgusted, but at the
same time sorry for whoever it was that gave him the card, so he decides to keep it.