Before we get right into the story, I think it's best to let everyone know that I am a wheelchair user courtesy of former friends who thought I should "loosen up" (it involved garbage, a large fall, a butterfly net, and pigeons) and this story takes place while I was still a wheelchair user. In my junior year of high school, I was taking a gym class for the sake of earning credits. Before, my anxiety was my strength and my weakness, but one I could no longer use my legs, well, it's pretty much the same, but I had to be helped back into the wheelchair after falling out during a panic attack. On the plus side, I shared the class with the stunning and strong thespian, Roman Prince, with whom I was in a relationship with.
Warnings: death of a parent, drunk driving, injury, mental illness (I'm not an expert in this particular one), and Monty is Deceit's name
Like most anyone, it's hard to imagine a Disney film I don't like. Maybe there might be some I am indifferent about, but one that I hate and refuse to watch again? How about the film about a woman who started a generations-long cult based on forgetting the existence of one man and something you used to love all because she never bothered to gather more information and even forced anyone in her life to take on her business as a genuine interest and blindly dislike everything she dislikes all under the guise of family? What could that film possibly be? Oh yea, "Coco"!
Virgil wasn't very eager to go to the party, but he gave in after Roman reminded the emo that he had nothing better to do otherwise. He wasn't surprised that Roman was ecstatic about the party; it was a masquerade ball with a bit of a twist: once they entered the party, their hands would contain the written name of whom they're meant to kiss and, even if they weren't actively looking for the person, they're still drawn together like a cookie to milk.
Warnings: It's an interaction between Thomas's Remus and Brandon Rogers's Bobby Worst, so things will be disgusting and vile and sexual and kinda gay
This is a message for a whom it may concern (which should be everybody):