Warnings: trans Virgil, unplanned pregnancy, abortion as an option, a few swears, suffocation joke.
No one had the right to make fun of Virgil for getting the idea from Sharkboy and Lava Girl since they are parts of the same Disney addict. What was this idea? Making a rocket so Thomas could travel to his mind? No, there would be a lot of complications with that suggestion that would give Logan bald spots from pulling his hair. It was actually to dream hard enough that he would be in what he considered his ideal environment to the point where he'd sleep all day long. He knew what ideal environment he had in mind, but he didn't dare tell anyone else since he would be shot with too many questions. When he used to reside with the Dark Sides, he had no problem revealing what thoughts invaded his head; in fact, they just begged him to tell them more. It wasn't until Virgil told the Light Sides about his thoughts so casually that he realized the Dark Sides never really hoped for any good in his wellbeing.
Patton has worked for Prince Roman's family for years. For some reason, his chipper and energetic personality made everyone else nervous; they found it cute coming from him as a child, but found it unsettling when he became an adult. The one opening that he was able to get even though he was chipper and energetic was the opening for being a personal servant to the royal family. He used to only speak when spoken to and do certain tasks for the King, Queen, and Princes; it made him upset on the inside that he couldn't willingly socialize with them, but he was glad to have a job that provided an income and food in his stomach, especially since he was an orphan growing up.
As Roman found out what section of the haunted house he was going to be working in that night, he felt enthusiastic about the idea of portraying, as he put it, "zombie royalty."
When Roman boasted that he was going to make a restaurant at Walt Disney World consisting of a variety of dishes from Disney movies that can either be guessed or replicated, no one really thought he was going to succeed. It took many years of saving money, talking to the right people, getting the right resources, and even signing the right paperwork, but he was able to get his restaurant to open at Walt Disney World, especially when he claimed that the House of Mouse likely did something similar to advocate to the diverse array of characters that visit.
Before I start, I would just like to give a disclaimer that I am not now nor have I ever been an expert in relationships, so feel free to comment what you would've done differently.