...re she is crying for the first time in years and all you can do is bombard her with questions, without any thought to her feelings! Get a grip and leave her be, or I'll kick you out the front door and not let you see her until I feel like she is ready.” Gwen's parents starred at Ben, suddenly silent. They starred at Ben and saw the determination in his eyes and knew that he would do exactly that. They sat back and looked at each other, suddenly ashamed of themselves, ashamed of how they had reacted, but mostly ashamed how their nephew was right and they had been to blind to see it. They relaxed and waited, silent.
Ben turned to his parents and said in a quite voice. “That goes for you to. I don't care if you're my parents, if you upset Gwen or bother her, I'll kick you out, and you can spend the week at Gwen's house. Gwen's already upset enough as it is.” Ben's parents starred at their son, unable to understand why he was suddenly so hostile. Ben's dad starred at his son suspiciously and ask. “Ben, whats going on?”
Ben hugged Gwen even tighter and said. “Mom, dad, I know this may come as a shock, but I, I'm not human, not anymore.” Ben's mom and dad were already stunned and shocked, so now they were only mildly surprised and confused at his statement. “What do you mean, not human?” His mom asked. Ben sighed and said. “The Omnitrix was a device that had the DNA of thousands of alien species encoded ...