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Oops. It looked like Jeremy liked the idea of being a knight enough that they needed to delay the ritual of worthiness. And Haley agreed with him. Okay, so that meant that they had to knight Sir Jeremy and Sir Daniel, then, before they can do the proper ceremony.

Though… ew? Emma didn’t need to have the mental image of someone shoving the banana into… certain parts of Jeremy’s body. Danny, for the most part, seemed to agree, if his shout of “shoulder” and hiding into his hand meant anything. Haley, however, laughed.

Anyways, Jeremy was knighted now. Oh, and on the shoulder too. Not the other suggestion. They were in class, anyways, and was that even hygienic? Or appropriate? Gah, why did her brain keep going to that? No bananas going inside people.

Suddenly the banana went flying in her direction, and she grabbed it in the most majestic and graceful way possible, like any true royalty. That is to say, the banana just barely grazed her fingers and then fell into her lap.

Emma placed the banana on the table, gently pulling the condom already on by the tip.

“Let’s see how worthy I am,” she said as she reached for a fresh condom packet.

Though it kind of didn’t diminish the fact that she was putting a condom on what could only be described as a banana penis, at least she can keep this going. Well, as long as there weren’t any more comments about where it could go. Though…

“Hey, uh, Danny? Are you okay?”

Maybe she didn’t need to ask, but she felt she needed to. He looked pretty embarrassed.

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((post order's loose in here. Plus, RC is away. Feel free to skip over each other if you need to))

“Ooh, tough crowd.”

Wayne had called them children, Jonathan gave out an awkward token laugh, and Michael had literally told them to stop. To be fair, even by Junko’s standards her pun was horrible. She had to stretch sounds to make it work. Eh, she could come up with something better later. Wayne and cheese. Wait no, that stretched sounds a bit too. Bruce Wayne? Too easy. It and other puns she could make would come to her later in the evening. Later. She could focus on puns later.

Junko grinned at Michael. “Thanks. And it’s a good thing there isn’t a ton of electronics just floating around the campsite. If you people took my Pokemon games, well, there’d be no hope for you all.”

She’d heard on the grapevine what happened with the DS. It was… actually pretty funny, though she’d probably murder whoever took it if it happened to her.

Speaking of which, Fiyori showed up. Was it her who took it? Her or someone else. Apparently Caedyn was also a candidate for taking it, but… Junko didn’t want to give her credit for a damn thing. She’d more than enough Caedyn Miller for a lifetime.

Wayne seemed to have enlisted himself as hot dog server, and by the look of things, probably on accident. Raina had offered to help, though.

Junko slid over to the table. She might as well get one too. Bringing hot dogs was, after all, still a good idea.

Everything You've Always Wanted To Know
Only people of a certain clan can wield the banana dildo. That was something spoken just now. But apparently it worked that way. Or? As Danny suggested upon looking up from something he was doodling, Emma could fight Haley for the right to wield the banana.

Gosh, Grandpa Gregory must be so proud of them right now.

“Sir Jeremy and Sir Daniel, Knights of the Royal Banana” Emma said, trying to sound majestic. “That has a good ring to it.”

She was still smiling. Again, it was becoming increasingly more difficult not to laugh.

“But first, it is important to see if I really am worthy. Hand me the banana” she continued her queenly voice, reaching out her hand. “I shall prove myself as a member of the Luz clan.”

This was probably the weirdest thing she’d ever done in class. Ever. Scratch earlier, now it got weird.

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Almost immediately, Conrad had offered suggestions. Emma knew who Oskar and Noah were. Oskar was on the cheer team, if she remembered correctly, and was rather, well, cheerful. Noah… she was sure she’d seen some of his videos. Someone had linked her to one, actually, so at least that particular one. At first she thought it was mean, until she realized “Pina” was a character he played and not a real person a few seconds later. Still pretty mean, but not as bad as it could have been?

Though, Conrad seemed to think that she needed to relax that evening. “Relax”? Admittedly, that word had… slight ugly connotations with her. It wasn’t just the drowsiness, for the record. It’s just that there’s always something that needs to be taken care of. Still, though, she got what he was getting at. Once you’re done, sit back and just enjoy yourself for the evening.

“You think so?” she asked. “I mean, things aren’t going to blow up if I’m not announcing or something, definitely. But I kind of want to make sure everything’s sorted out first, at least. Still, though. It’ll be good no matter what I decide on doing.”

Really, finding a friend-date and spending the evening with him? Would be fun. Spending the evening organizing the event? Stressful, but rewarding. Not organizing the event but going alone? Might not be as good as the friend-date, but that was a might. No matter what, though, Emma enjoyed school events. Whatever thing she decided to do that evening, it should be good.

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Hey um...

May I ask one of Jennifer Wallace? I haven't finished her (technically revamped) profile yet, but I have her appearance pretty much done, at least for the time being. I might change her abduction outfit in the future, but for now, the one listed will do.

Thanks, and these are awesome. <3

What she looks like thus far!

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Oh, nevermind. Raina had grabbed the Monster can before Junko was able to. Well, that was one thing taken care of. Anyways, Darius had seemed eager for shotgun. Raina, however, had to deal with parents when she got home. Junko understood completely. Hell, if Koharu and Sarah found out about the booze she’d… well, she wasn’t sure what she’d do. It depends on how they’d react. Not well, probs. But eh. For some reason, Darius had decided to make a PA comment about Raina picking up trash. Did they have beef? She’d better keep an eye on that, so that it doesn’t devolve into catfights. Wait, is “catfight” a good word when one of them is male?

“There’s some skewers on the table!” Junko called out to Wayne Cox, then back to the duo. “Anyways… I could set shit up for that once we have more people?”

She wasn’t sure how to respond to Darius’ asides, but someone else had other plans. Well, multiple someone elses. Those plans emerged in the form of a hug and a barrage of questions, followed by a New Jersey accented shout in greeting a few feet away.

“Oof. Hey Jonathan,” Junko replied.

Junko didn’t like to be hugged all that much. Being so short and tiny meant that hugs were only a reminder of that sometimes. Luckily, Jonathan wasn’t that much bigger than her.

Once Jonathan let go, she added in “And hey Michael!”

Oh, a pun? That got her attention.

“Eh, I’m not going to Wayne about that joke, Darius”, she said.

Not the best she could come up with on the fly, but it’ll do.

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Emma tried to be careful about laughing.

Laughing was generally pretty good, don’t get her wrong. It’s just that if she wanted to not make people scared for her life, she had to be careful about when and how hard she did it. That said, sometimes things slip through. Like now.

Emma rose her hand to her mouth, trying to suppress the giggle that wanted so desperately to come out. Even with that, though, a smile was only just barely covered.

Okay, it had gone from weird, to weirder, to… actually pretty funny. The banana choosing who is worthy and who isn’t? Comedy.

Haley got it, though, and responded with a comment of their own about “being worthy”.

“Maybe I could go next?” Emma asked. “Perhaps I’m just as…”

Don’t laugh.

“Worthy.”

She still smiled.

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Oh! I actually have a question.

Has it been set in stone where exactly the kids were supposed to be going for their field trip? I know it's supposed to be with the Chemistry/Physics classes, but where were they headed before the terrorists abducted them? I'm asking because it may influence the starting outfit of one of my kids. It's okay if it's a bit of a spoiler for any reason, though. I just needed to ask. ^_^;

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“No prob.”

Junko saw that Wayne Cox had started to make his way to the cooler to look at the hotdogs.

And then Raina showed up. Or, as Darius just called her, “Miku”. Well, she did have dyed blue hair and, from what she remembered of Anime Club meetings that didn’t have Naruto as the main theme for the day, liked Vocaloid. Still, though, she wasn’t sure if she liked being called Miku. Anyways, drinks, right.

“Hey Raina”, she replied. “Well, it was a little tricky for me to get some booze at first, but eh, I managed, you know? Let’s just say someone was willing to help me out. Sooo… there’s some canned beers, if you’re into that. A bottle of whiskey, too. Apparently it’s the cheaper kind, though. Booze is pricey it turns out. And if you don’t want booze, I have hot chocolate stuff, if you want some.”

Hell, Raina could somehow combine hot chocolate and booze, if she so wanted. Was that any good? Junko had no idea. Even if she didn’t want either, though, there was still an off chance that someone might decide to bring something. Junko could have easily forgotten something, or she did remember, but was unable to for a variety of reasons. So, don’t count on it, but there’s a shot of it happening.

Oh, a drinking game?

“There’s some cups we could use for like, shotgun or something. Or maybe Never Have I Ever or Would You Rather?” Junko said, making sure to pick up the Monster can, the smell of which confirmed her suspicions.

Again, Junko didn’t usually drink that often, but she did play a few drinking games minus the actual drinking. But Never Have I Ever was fun. The trick was to make it the most humiliating things imaginable. Like “Never have I ever shat my pants since I was a little kid” or “Never have I ever peed in a public pool”. It was more fun that way, in her opinion. Same goes with Would You Rather. The more horrifying things become, the better.

“I’m not sure it’s a good idea to start drinking on an empty stomach, though. What do you guys think?”

I Know What My Fortune Is
Oh, people were here. Right, time to get into host mode.

Junko placed her phone back in her hoodie and stood up, seeing… someone who she’d never seen before. Wait, no, she had. Cochise wasn’t that big. Something Cox. Heh, Cox. Well, part of her was still five, that hadn’t changed. Anyways, he was a Senior and on the basketball team, if she remembered correctly. Wayne Cox! That was his name. They didn’t talk to each other often, but he was a bit of a slacker, if she heard correctly.

“Let’s see… I invited plenty of people, so they’ll probs be here soon,” Junko said, thinking.

To be honest, she didn’t expect like, half the school to show up. After all, there was a school dance. However, she still expected a pretty good turnout. She was pretty sure Michael and Jonathan were going to show up, for one. Haley, too.

Oh, and Darius, who had shown up with a Monster in his hand.

“Hi guys, by the way.”

A small wave with her right hand.

Officer Brand? What did he me- oh, booze? Something told her that booze was a Monster. Maybe. He didn’t look to be carrying anything else. Well, someone couldn’t wait to start drinking, couldn’t they?

“I have a few ‘friends’ for him nearby” she said, a small smile forming. “And there’s things on the picnic table for s’mores and stuff. Oh, and hot dogs in the cooler.”

Okay, so two so far. Probably more in a bit. Sweet.

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School dances were great in theory.

Junko approved of any kind of excuse to just party. Even one hosted by the school, with all that implies, was still a good idea. She’d been to a few school dances when she was younger, but high school dances? Well, that’s where “in theory” came in. It kind of felt like the big school dances, the ones you’re apparently supposed to look forward to, had certain expectations. If movies, TV shows, and everything else had taught her correctly, the proper way to do things was to wait passively for a boy to ask you out. Then, you spend hundreds of dollars on hair, makeup, and a dress you’ll probably never wear again. He’d be the one calling the shots the entire evening. And none of that was the sort of thing Junko was interested in. Sure, some girls might adore the Prince Charming fantasy that seemed to come with school dances. But Junko? First off, she was pansexual, so why did it have to be a guy? Second, why did she have to wait for him to ask her? Couldn’t she do it personally, get it over with? Third, she didn’t even like dresses all that much, so she wasn’t going to pay a ton for them.

The “teal deer” version was, there was something very iffy about school dances sometimes. It seemed like the expectation was that you’d be attending as a hetero person who can afford to spend money, rather than… anyone else.

You’d think Sadie Hawkins, a dance that was, in theory, less formal and somewhat less heteronormative, would be better. To be honest? No! First off, what was this? The 1950s? Why is the concept of “girl asks guy out” being treated as this weird novelty gimmick? If anything, the theme should be “ask that cute person out already”.

And it got worse when Junko found out what, or rather, who, Sadie Hawkins was. Now, Junko didn’t consider herself to be a particularly PC person. The first time someone linked her the “Shrek is love” thing? She was horrified at first, but then laughed and sent it along to every single person she could think of. And, admittedly, she still watched Jackass every once in a while. That said… basically, the joke behind Sadie Hawkins is that a woman is so ugly no one will marry her. So her dad makes a special event where the first guy to be caught by her in some kind of race thing has to marry her. Really. That’s the entire joke.

Yup, it was the sort of thing that was only really funny in, like, 1934. And she was pretty sure that minstrel shows were still a thing then.

Naturally, Junko expressed how she wasn’t hugely interested in the dance to some people when it came up. And it turned out some of those people felt the same way, whether for the reasons she had or something else. However, Junko wasn’t one to pass up an excuse for a good party.

Of course, she realized, there wasn’t a reason why she needed to party at the school.

So that’s how Junko got where she was right now, setting up s’more stuff on a bench table at a campsite. Yes, no need for the school, it turned out. She could have a fun evening, and so could other people. Planning it out had been a bit of a pain in the ass at first, but, eh, she managed, you know? Always did.

Anyways. S’mores. Taken care of. Hershey’s, graham crackers, marshmallows. Hell, not just Hershey’s, either. Junko liked her s’mores with Reese’s peanut butter cups. It weirded people out when she mentioned it, at least until they tried it for themselves. Then they changed their tune. So yeah, got that too.

Hotdogs? Yup, got that. And everything to go with them in the cooler. Jiffypop? Of course. Hot chocolate stuff? Yup. Booze, that was tricky. For a while, Junko wasn’t sure whether or not there was even going to be booze. She didn’t even drink the stuff, for one. Spending the rest of the evening red-faced and nauseous wasn’t her style. But other people liked underage drinking. Luckily, someone decided to repay a favor when she brought up the subject of alcohol, how to get it, and whether or not it’d work at the party. So booze it was. Done. Even if she forgot something, she did mention to people that she wouldn't mind if they brought other things they felt the party needed, so there was a chance of that.

The site she picked wasn’t hugely populated. When she got here, she didn’t see any other people in other spots around. Still, she had to make sure it wasn’t too noisy or rowdy, just in case. She didn’t want the fun to end because someone called the cops because of noise or because someone got themselves seriously injured while drunk. Or something. Should be fine, though.

The sky had turned to dusk, though. And that meant one more thing.

The campfire itself, the star of the show? About to be taken care of.

Junko knelt down to the fire pit. It had a grill piece, which was a good sign. Now to set some things on fire. She fiddled with it for a few minutes, before, eventually, the tinder lit on fire. Next came kindling. Then came the fuel branches. Soon enough, the small flame became a hungry campfire, just big enough for their purposes.

Whoo! And now everything was pretty much taken care of.

Junko sat down on a log just in front of the campfire. For a few seconds, she fished around in her hoodie pocket for her phone. Once her fingers found the plastic, she pulled it out, glancing at the time. It was still about 10 minutes before the scheduled time, but she wouldn’t be surprised if someone showed up early.

She also saw she got a text.

hey J. gl @ ur party. call if u need anything-S

Junko smiled. Sarah and Koharu knew about the party. Of course, she didn’t tell them about the booze, for obvious reasons. Nor did they know about a certain substance she brought with her in a small plastic bag, hidden in her pocket just in case. She wasn't sure about toking, but eh, never know.

This party took her a good part of a month to plan and sort out. She still spent money, but eh, it probably was worth it. It better turn out good.