This story is a spin-off of my other story "The Ancient Snake" And it depicts what would have happened if Kaa had decided that he wanted to do sopmething else to the kids besides eating them. I must warm all of the readers. This story contains highly fetishes, and contains even what would be considered "mature" contente in future chapters.
But this story does NOT contains explicit sexual interaction. Laugh for me. Their laughs were soon increasing strength. They were deep into the trances, and unable to perceive what was going on around them. But they were still sensitive enough to respond to this kind of stimulation.
Their laughs were increasing more as Kaa increased his tickling. Both kids soon were giggling away, and this giggling turned into a louder laughter. That became louder, and louder. Soon, they were laughing very hard as Kaa tickled them. Kaa was having a huge smile, this was his second favorite part of catching his preys. It was totally and completely unnecessary, and he totally loved it. Kaa continued his tickling, even stronger than before, and the dinosaurs, thought didn't squirmed in his grasp or trying to avoid by any way, where laughing louder and harder.
Soon their laugh was so hard that it echoed by the forest they were in. They laughed so hard that their bellies would be hurting if they were not so entranced. Kaa was still with his tickling, just loving the sound of their laughter, it was a thing that simply warmed his cold-blooded heart. Their laughter was so loud that it could even be heard outside the forest, echoing in the nearby places for anyone nearby to hear it. Chomper and Littlefoot were laughing so much they there were tears coming out of their eyes.
Kaa smiled softly as he saw these two dinosaurs laughing so hard just for him, and it made him feel great. Kaa wanted to keep tickling them forever if he could, but he was still needing to eat, after all, that was the reason why he caught them, in the first place.
Kaa sighed to himself, as he finally stopped tickling them. He could feel by his coils the dinosaurs taking deep breaths as their laughter finally died down, and they were taking deep breaths to recover, and a few tears were still streaming down their faces from the such intense tickling.
Kaa was about to get ready to swallow them, when he suddenly heard a commotion coming from beneath him. Looking down, Kaa could see a yellow colored threehorn cub coming out form the hole he had removed the longneck from. It looked to the sides, and walked forward, and soon behind it, came a small green colored swimmer, also looking to the sides. Kaa raised an eyebrow as he looked to the two creatures down below, both unaware of his presence and of his two captives.
Kaa could only wonder who were those and what could they be doing into his forest.It was midnight in the jungle, and all in the man-village was quiet. The only light came from the full moon above, barely illuminating the surroundings.
Nearly all in the village were asleep Mowgli stealthily made his way out of his hut by climbing through the window, easing his way down to the path below. He moved quietly, but with purpose, approaching another hut nearby. He raised his head and whispered, "Shanti? Mowgli gave a small laugh, "I guess those climbing lessons I gave you paid off, huh? They had to be very careful. The two teenagers made their way toward the village entrance, careful not to get themselves caught.
They opened the gates enough to squeeze through, shutting them tightly behind them. From there, they walked a great deal into the dense jungle. They couldn't run the risk of being caught engaged in their They finally stopped their journey, and the two looked at each other.
The villagers didn't look kindly on extramarital affairs, especially between those only just eighteen, but the years spent together made Mowgli and Shanti extremely close, and they needed to find some form of release. Mowgli wrapped his arms around Shanti, giving her a deep kiss, and Shanti returned the favor. They felt safe expressing themselves in their solitude Kaa relaxed in his tree, letting his coils lazily hang off the branches, thinking about a certain man-cub, one of the very few thing's to slip out of his coil's, he had him twice, but was foiled from devouring his meal by both Bagheera and Shear Khan Kaa's stomach grumbled, thinking about his two escaped meal's just made him hungrier, that's when he heard some moan's not too far from his tree, swiftly and silently he slithered across the branches to get a better look at whoever the voices belonged to All he had to do was wait for the right moment too strike The two continued to embrace one another, each one becoming overcome with passion.This is an adaptation of a roleplaying story between myself and trussstme on the Kaa Roleplay X forums.
Our posts have been merged and lightly edited to improve the reading flow of the story. Shanti's footsteps rustled in the undergrowth and mingled with the terrifying sounds of the jungle at night. With only the flickering light and feeble crackle of the torch in her hand for company, every shadow and trailing vine filled her mind with visions of ferocious predators stalking her as she padded along the worn path that seemed to grow wilder with every step.
The girl-cub twisted and turned, constantly trying to spy the phantom monster in the corner of her eye as her clumsy movements got her dress caught on the branches that were hemming her in and threatened to scratch the soft dark skin of her slender legs.
She paused for a moment to get her bearings, sighing to herself " She had to find him, to make sure he was okay, to tell him she wanted to join him in his jungle adventures and live wild. It was in that moment of slight peace in the pitch black wild that Shanti realized the path had disappeared from under her bare feet, her toes splayed in the dirt.
She couldn't find her way back now, at least not until daylight. The flame of her torch guttered slightly as a shriek from some hellish night creature echoed into the night in the distance, sending tingles of terror up Shanti's smooth flesh. The foolish girl would have to find her friend or survive the night on her own.
Judging by the creature that was stalking her at that moment, she would have a very hard time of doing that Rustling in the sense jungle canopy overhead moved the impressive length of Kaa the python. The bright yellow eyes of the snake surveyed the steps of the little girl whose own rustling had caught his attention not too long ago. Seeing humans of any kind in the jungle was a rare sight, let alone a young, attractive girl-cub such as this one. Based on her cries, it seemed she could use some help from the selfless snake.
The serpent grinned widely, hissing as he caught up to the girl below him. Her bright dress was firmly fitted around the curves of her body.
He simply had to get a better look Just moments after setting off once again Shanti felt herself jump bolt upright, a subtle and threatening hiss emerging from the depths of the shadows behind her. Slowly she turned, lifting the torch high to try and shine a light on whatever creature had decided to approach her. Lowering his head below the jungle branches, the snake spoke up.
The torchlight finally revealed the watcher as an enormous python descended from the tall trees. Shanti gasped as she looked up at its winding body, andKaa is a featured articlewhich means it has been identified as one of the best articles produced by the Disney Wiki community. If you see a way this page can be updated or improved without compromising previous work, please feel free to contribute. Kaa is the secondary antagonist of Disney 's animated feature film, The Jungle Book.
He is an enormous snake with an equally large appetite—specifically for Mowgli the man cub. Kaa's most dangerous attributes are his hypnotic eyes, which he uses to seduce unsuspecting prey and lure them into his jaws. In Kipling's books, Kaa was Mowgli's wise mentor, akin to Baloo and Bagheera, and was very protective of him. When the characters were adapted in the film, Walt Disney did not like the idea of a benevolent snake and so Kaa was given an antagonistic role that would serve as one of the many reasons why Mowgli must leave the jungle.
He was animated by Frank Thomas in his entrance appearance where he first met Mowgli and nearly ate him. Due to the popularity of the character among the developers, he was given another scene and his own song "Trust in Me", a recycled and revised version of "The Land of Sand", a scrapped song from 's Mary Poppinsthis time animated by Milt Kahl. Sterling Holloway, Kaa's voice actor, also brought his own essence to the character by using a lisped voice.
He furthers this by the use of his iconic ability to hypnotize his prey with his eyes, rendering them enchanted and under his command. A powerful and dangerous ability, Kaa is a feared member of the jungle, as evidenced by his interaction with the often composed and fearless Bagheera.Skool kaa piyaar -- स्कूल का प्यार -- a true love crime story
Such fear, however, does not resonate with the unofficial ruler of the jungle, Shere Khan the tiger. Kaa holds a disliking for Khan, believing the act of killing for pleasure—as opposed to survival—to be dishonorable. The two beasts are often at odds, though Shere Khan views Kaa as an "eyes and ears" of the jungle, relying on him to assist his quest in finding Mowgli at one point in the film.
While not malevolent, Kaa is still a fairly villainous character. His first attempt to devour Mowgli was a casual means to eat and survive, but over time, his goal to eat the man-cub was mainly driven out of spite, evidenced by his lines "Just you wait 'till I get you in my coils! His sadism is further emphasized by how he gloats over Mowgli's helpless situation before eating him. He displayed even more sadism towards Shanti as he did not only gloat over her helplessness, but also outright revealed to her that he intended to eat her, knowing she was unable to do anything about it.
Nevertheless, Kaa seems to insist on giving his victims a merciful death as he hypnotizes them into a state of bliss before eating them.
Kaa has even admitted to himself that he is sympathetic towards Mowgli to a certain extent and as such one can conclude that he made sure Mowgli slept peacefully before eating him, ensuring the man-cub would die feeling no pain or fear.
Though dangerous, manipulative and cunning, Kaa is not without his faults, as he can be clumsy and easily sidetracked from his primary objective: to hypnotize and eat Mowgli. This results in his interactions with the man-cub to often end in humiliation to some degree. Kaa is a yellow-eyed Indian python that has grown to be extremely longer than the average python. He has golden scales and a lighter underbelly, and dark brown spots patterned across his back.
Despite having a large body, Kaa's head and neck are small in comparison, although his mouth is large enough to take up most of his head and swallow prey. Kaa comes across Mowgli and Bagheera in the branches of a large tree that the pair has chosen to spend the night in. As Bagheera is nearly asleep, he is unaware of Kaa as he investigates Mowgli. Annoyed, Mowgli angrily tells Kaa to leave him alone. Bagheera sleepily orders Mowgli to go to sleep, as he has assumed Mowgli was speaking to him.
Kaa decides to take advantage of the situation, and hypnotizes Mowgli with the intent of devouring him. However, Mowgli puts up resistance against the hypnosis, prompting Kaa to wrap his coils around the boy to provide him with overwhelming comfort. The relaxed Mowgli is unable to resist further and falls into a deep and peaceful sleep. The man-cub just manages to cry out to Bagheera for help, only to be silenced by Kaa tugging the boy's neck, making him gulp loudly.
Bagheera sleepily tells Mowgli to go to sleep, unaware that the boy has fallen into a trance and that Kaa has coiled Mowgli from neck to waist and prepares to eat him. But Kaa's laugh awakens Bagheera, and he is able to rescue Mowgli by hitting Kaa in the face just before Mowgli is eaten.I live in a flat with my best friend ever, Hannah.
Now, Hannah has some exotic tastes.
A knack for the obscure, shall we say. It was a fresh, Spring day. It was my day off, so I decided to do some food shopping. I returned to the flat to find glass panels scattered everywhere. It genuinely looked like we were having random extra windows thrown in! A little curious, I walk to the spare room of our flat. In there was a large, wooden crate and a very flustered Hannah, trying to read a set of instructions to throw the cage together.
I knock on the door and smile awkwardly at her as she knelt on the ground. Her head snapped around to me and she let out a hearty and exhausted sigh, her shoulders giving an emphasis of defeat as they slouch. My head turns to glance over at the slight hissing noise I hear in the corner of the room, inside the huge wooden box. The cage was meant to be slightly bigger than the box. But there was something that was catching my eye a little more than just the size of the box.
Through the air holes, I could just spot two large, yellow eyes in the light. My gaze fixated on them, staring longingly at them. Eventually, a hazy noise comes from below me. Are you alright? Speak to me! After much faffing about and and moving everything from one place to another, we got the first half of the cage put together. Then we realize the wooden crate the snake was in was in the way.
It needs to be moved. So we got to either end and picked it up, trying not to tip the crate and aggravate the poor lizard on the inside. My head bowed down to check quickly whether or not the crate had tipped, but my eyesight was once again caught by the light of the air holes.
My walking slowed to an eventual stop as I, once again, fixated on the two eyes. They shimmer and spiral in multi-colours of blue and yellow. I find myself enthralled by it. At this period in time, nothing was giving me more pleasure than just being stood and watching the two spirals.
A crash whips me out of it and a throbbing sensation on the tip of my big toe kept me there. I barely acted as though anything had happened. Are you okay? I knew I was going a bit too fast I grab my end of the crate, pick it back up, and place it in the living room. We walk back into the spare room and continue to work with the cage.Log in Sign Up.
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After seeing some of the other Kaa stories out there, I'm eager to make one of my own. So here it is! My pointless smut story. This is a One-shot as of now but that may change depending on if people want it to. Ranjan ran through the jungle excitedly. He was on a mission!
Both Shanti and Mowgli were supposed to be watching him but he'd gotten bored and wanted to play in the jungle. He'd heard all of Mowgli's stories about how fun it was when he was younger and wanted his own fun.
Shanti and Mowgli had both gotten fun adventures before when Mowgli had gone missing- they'd even fought a tiger! But Ranjan had been left out. He continued onward through the tree's, getting farther and farther away from the man-village. But what he didn't know was that he was being watched…. Kaa the snake was currently resting in his tree, resting after his last catch. Lately there hadn't been much to catch except for a few foolish birds who'd tried to bravely lay their nests in the branches below.
They'd been too easy a catch. He wanted a real challenge and to have fun! Upon hearing some crashing down on the jungle floor he peeked over the edge and gasped. A young man-cub was making his way clumsily through the bushes towards his tree. It was the same one that had stopped him from catching that girl-cub!
And this time he was all alone…. The boy climbed over a large tree root and shuffled himself to the other side.
He hated being so small! He couldn't wait to be as big as his Papa. Happy by the thought he made his way towards a big tree but paused when he heard a hissing sound. He didn't know what it was but it sounded almost familiar. Turning toward the sound, he looked around only to squeak in surprise when he felt himself being pulled up by his foot into the tree. He wiggled around upside down wildly in the air. The coil around the man-cub's ankle lifted him up until he was in the higher branches, away from prying eyes.
Kaa couldn't wait to have his revenge on the young man-cub. Ranjan quickly tried to wriggle himself so that he could see what had a hold of him. When he no longer kept rising in the air he searched for the source of his capture. A pair of colors suddenly appeared in his line of vision, causing him to gasp in surprise. Kaa wasted no time in catching the man-cub's attention.