I'm a college kid
a gamer girl
a lover of all things snack-related
an avid fan of table-top RPGs
a believer or true love
a cartoon nut
a lover for all things cute and squishy
a happy-to-talk-you-anytime kinda person
and an overall chill chick
That's me in a nutshell. If you wanna know more, you're gonna haveta befriend me first~
One more thing: I don'taccept random friend requests. Get to know me before you friend me lovelies.
"You're cold, eh? Well I'll just have to warm you up." His bawdy tone hinted at something naughty. Snickering, he raised his friend off the ground and held her tighter. "You're cold and I'm naked and warm. Funny how that works."
With the stealth of a great panther, Rusty stalked Kyra. Closer and closer, inch by inch, his bulky build stalked ever closer. In an instant, his arms seized her petite body and embraced her tightly. "Surprise!" he exclaimed at the top of his lungs as he hugged her.
((Given my symptoms, I would wager I caught the flu. Ordinarily my body is able to resist, but I know what happened... Before I was down and out, I had to walk home in a rainstorm with a bitter, bitter chill. At least I'm recovering. And yay, the day is young! Plenty of time for shenanigans!))
Delilah said nothing. Like a flame dying, she faded away until there was nothing left. Left in her wake was a creature beyond description. At best, it resembled an amoeba. The hideous, writhing mass oozed a black, putrid substance that burned the ground where Delilah once stood. Countless screams of agony echoed from the mass, reverberating all around. Soul sharp and piercing was this horrid scream that many would be on their knees from it. As the vile creature stalked closer, it simply faded out of existence, leaving only Delilah standing inches away from Alvah's face. "Tread carefully, Darkling. Tread very carefully. Your apology is accepted."
"Wife?" Delilah gasped. At that word, her eyes flared like that of a thousand fires, and yet her smile stood in stark contrast. After heaving a quiet breath, her mouth parted with "Consort would be the appropriate word."