What I can provide:
- 1-3 paragraph post on average
- complex characters/characterization
- at the very, very least 1 post a day and if not I will warn you ahead of time
- being super friendly
- friendly people
- NO one liners please
- keeping it pg-13 on the sex aspect
I have changed the ideas to be more gender neutral because I am accepting yoai/boyxboy/boy's love
(note: I tried to leave most of the idea kinda open end so that the characters will depend on the people who play them. I am willing to play either girl all prompts except New Eyes where I really was hoping to be the new girl in town. Also I am still very available potentially open to playing a M/M thought I had F/F in mind.)
Pretty in PunkThis first one is about a rough and tumble student is known for being so punk that everyone leaves them alone.Since they never talks to anyone and breaks the rules for mysterious reasons so people ignore her most of the time but one student just so happens get to know them better and they end up falling and love while starting to realize perhaps they both are quite similar.
A young student dreams of being an actor/actress and spends everyday practicing in an empty classroom. One way or another though another student learns about their secret training. The very same student just so happens to have fallen head-over- heels for the aspiring actor/actress.
There is a new student in town and your character has begun to notice how interesting they are so you approach them. They turns out to be even more than she appears, which is saying something, and slowly your curiosity turns to something as you learn the tale of this brand new person in your life.
Fairy Tale Twist
Two students get stuck in stereotypes they don't want: a fiery tough kid who is short and an innocent-looking face and a shy total sweetheart in a lanky body with mean-looking face. Both envy the other's looks and both and both love the way their personality compliments the other. Will this fairy tale have a happy ending even if they got the start wrong?
Once there was an author who feel head over-heels for a classmate sitting across from them and that's all they could write because this author had no muse, no crush for inspiration so in desperation they set out to find love. Little do they know there is a poet in their class already admiring them. Could this be lucky chance, fate, or something else?
Lying behind thick frames of their glasses is a broken and lonely student who need someone to break those fragile walls for them. Luckily, for them there is a student who plans on doing just that in front of them one day after school.
Conflict brings people together, which would explain why the two students that had never had anything to do with each other before are suddenly friends. Then again they didn't have much of a choice with bullies alienating the poor victims from most people in their grade.
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