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.
Warnings: Some swears and character deaths
Virgil wished he didn't have to be himself. He wished it was easier to change. He sighed as he thought that whatever deity looking over him from above had a sick sense of humor to give him the body of a Lane Bryant model. His best friend, Patton Truffle, would try to comfort Virgil by telling him that that a bigger body meant there was more of himself to love, yet, despite the small smile Virgil would give as a result, his much skinnier step family would insult his size and tear down the small tower of self esteem the two best friends were trying to build up. He knew his father meant well when he married Virgil's stepmother, but it seemed that you can only keep up a loving facade for so long before bigotry begs to be released. Virgil's stepmother and her son and daughter had plenty of things in common besides being skinny and that includes not wanting to work due to the worry that it would "rid them of their beauty." At first, Virgil worked around the house just so they wouldn't live in a sty, but it became a daily habit of his just so it would be hard for his poor excuse of a family to find him and insult his size (and he was glad his biological parents were considerate enough to modify the thresholds and rooms for his size).
Though Roman has always claimed that he was on a journey to love himself, he couldn't hide the fact that he was a hopeless romantic. After all, with a bunch of girls in his high school throwing themselves at him and him feeling discouraged from trying to see how many of the other guys were gay, could anyone really blame him for finding it difficult to find love? He has tried his best to maintain his grades, but he couldn't help but think of the idea of finding the Prince of his dreams and that he would do anything to find love.