Request: Prefs of the boys dating a girl with a short attention span please?
Ponyboy: Pony’s exactly the same way in many aspects as you, including your short attention span. You’d take turns snapping each other back into reality, and nine times out of ten you’d chuckle at each other just knowing that this quality was just another thing you loved about each other.
Two-Bit: Two-Bit is a lot like how Pony is, but sometimes when you’d zone out during one of his stories he’d see how many funny faces he could make at you or how many weird things he could say to you before you realized/noticed.
Darry: He’d just chuckle and change the subject to get your attention again.
Sodapop: Soda would pull you in close and tell you that you’re zoning out again, while chuckling at you.
Johnny: He does things like holding your hand or play with your hair to keep you stimulated in conversation.
Dallas: He’d wave his hand in your face while saying, “Earth to y/n.” Or joke around by saying, “Am I really that boring Doll?”
Steve: Sometimes he gets annoyed, but just offers you a warm smile when you sheepishly admit that you hadn’t heard a thing he’d said.
Tim doesn’t like to lose an argument. To prevent loss when arguing with curly he’ll just end every bickering match with “go to your room!!” and it’s become such a habit at this point that he’ll be arguing with some random person like Dallas and just end his retort with “and go to your room!!”
How many kids you have - The outsiders preferences
2 kids. 1 girl and 1 boy
Isabella Curtis is born first on Saturday May 11, 1969. She was a month pre mature and she was the spitting imagine of both you and soda.
Elliot Curtis is born second on Tuesday, February 15, 1972. He was almost identical to soda and was almost always happy like him to
3 kids. 2 boys and 1 girl
Darryl Curtis lll was born on Friday, March 20, 1968. He looked a lot like you but he had Darrys eyes and facial features. Since he was a bigger baby, he was born through a C-section
Jackson Curtis was born on Saturday, September 23, 1972. He had your eye color and your facial features, but he seemed to cling toward Darry.
Alana Curtis was born on Sunday, June 27, 1971. When she was born, he had Darrys blue green eyes and dark hair but she was small like you.
4 kids. 3 girls (triplets) and 1 boy
Gemma, Roxanne, and Corrina Curtis wear born a on Tuesday, March 2, 1971 right after Johnnys birthday. The girls were fraternal twins so one looked almost identical to Pony while the other two closely resembled you.
(This was not my original idea, someone else made a post like this and I liked it but I can not remember who, so I have to give credit)
Martin Curtis was born on Sunday, January 3, 1974 And once again, your child grew up to be the identical twin to Pony.
1 kid. A boy
Lewis Randle was born on Friday, December 18, 1970. He had grown up to look just like you but he took on A LOT of Steve’s personality.
Like father like son
5 kids: twins (two boys), another boy and 2 girls
I think two bit would want a bigger family, is it just me?
Justin and Noah Mathews were born on Saturday, October 26, 1969. They were born identical twins and looked like both you and two.
Caleb Mathews was born on Tuesday, may 13, 1970. He grew up to look like two bit and to be just as goofy as him to.
Payton Mathews was born on Tuesday, April 15, 1972. She was born looking exactly like you but as she got older she looked more like her father.
Julianne Mathews was born Tuesday, April 11, 1974. She was the youngest of the five but seemed to be the most mature. She grew up to look more like you than two bit, but she did pick up his jokes.
2 kids. 1 boy and 1 girl
Austin Winston was born on Thursday, December 3, 1970. His bame was one of two bits jokes because he said since Dallas is named after a city in Texas, you should do the same with your son. You did just that.
Lillian Winston was born on Thursday, Obtober 30, 1972. She grew up looking a lot like dallas but was a sweet, and quiet little nerd
3 kids. 2 boys and 1 girl
Carter Cade was born on Friday, April 4, 1969. He looked just like Johnny except he didn’t have thr scared and nervous look to him since Johnny showed him the love a child deserved
Dallas Micheal Cade was born on Saturday, April 17, 1971 And was named after Johnnys two best friends Dallas and pony. He grew up to be very creative and loved to hang out with his dad and uncle pony.
Cosette Cade was born on Friday, June 8, 1973. she was born a month and a half pre maturely and was in and out the hospital for the first five months of life
- they’ve both been cheated on so they know the pain - and they stay super loyal
- they’re both so empathetic - their emotions bounce off each other
- Soda doesn’t care what hair color she has - so if the blonde is fading away, he doesn’t care!!
- they have pretty much the same clothing style - “Soda, why are you wearing my flannel?” - “it’s my flannel” - “no, it’s mine. check the tag.” - and then a few minutes later, Patty comes back, ashamed and is like “wait no. that’s actually my best friend from New York’s flannel” - and they both end up laughing
- they talk about accents - and they way they say words and what words they use to call things - “it’s carmel.” “it’s caramel.” - “you’re in line.” “you’re on line.” - “it’s ‘you guys’” “it’s ‘y'all’” - they love each other’s accents
- Patty is so loving and supportive!! - anytime Soda calls himself stupid, she corrects him and tells his all his good qualities - she’ll teach him what she’s learning in college
- they praise each other so much - they’re so in love and all they do is compliment each other and build one another up
- they have the most beautiful children - one daughter has blue eyes and brown hair - another has brown hair and green eyes (like her Momma), but her twin brother has blonde hair and blue eyes - and a son who looks just Soda who acts just like Patty (he’s the oldest)
- they dated for two years before they got married - everyone around them was envious of what they had - Patty’s friends were jealous of Soda’s commitment and protection and Soda’s friends were jealous of Patty’s devotion and love
- Patty is constantly impressing Soda about how tough she can be - “Soda, I lived most of my life in the Bronx, I think I can handle a Soc” - and then she meets Cherry and looks at Soda like “this is what you’re so scared of? you hill billies don’t have anything to worry about” - and Soda’s like “yOu dIdnT sEe JohnNy thAt oNe TimE” - and Patty is like “yOU didNt sEe RuSty-JamEs thAt One TiMe”
- there’s hardly any fighting - they’re usually pretty agreeable and always in the same side - and since their friends fight more than they do, they’ll have fake fights - “I WANT TO WATCH THE NEWS” “I WANT TO WATCH I LOVE LUCY” - and their oldest kid has to explain to his siblings that their parents are weirdos
- Soda loves Patty’s stories of New York - Dallas never really talked about New York so Soda loves Patty’s stories - he wants to meet this BJ Jackson kid and thinks the Motorcycle Boy is a combination of Darry and Tim
- this isn’t SodaxPatty related but Dally is so happy Patty is in Tulsa - like finally. some stability. y'feel? - and the two go to California in remembrance of the Motorcycle Boy and they find Rusty-James - and they are all finally happy again and for a little while, everything seems to be just how it was - and then RJ doesn’t wanna move to Tulsa like excuse you
- Evie and Patty are best friends - y'all can fight me on this - they’re each other’s bride’s maids - and Steve and Soda are each other’s best men - their kids play all the time it’s so damn cute
Ok guys imma be real with u because this movie needs to be known and acknowledged. First let me start with a little background, I am half Armenian, can read, speak and write the language and I am familiar with Armenian private schools. Throughout my life I was always told not to forget about being Armenian, to remember my heritage and my story and honestly I always wondered why, why do I have to be such a devoted Armenian. I’m a white person what do you mean I have to think about Armenia I’m in California. Now that I am older I am slowly starting to realize the importance of remembering ones heritage and ones history. Being Armenian we have such a rich culture and history that most of my life I took for granted. And every year we had a program to remember the Armenian genocide. And I know that some of you might not know what it is and don’t worry I’ll tell you. The Armenian genocide was when the Ottoman Empire (More or less Turkey) attacked and massacred the Armenian people because of multiple reasons one of them being the Armenians were in the way. This occurred during WWI. There has been a lot of conflict over this topic because Turkey till this day still refuses to admit to it being a genocide. Now I know I have to word this the right way or it could sound wrong, but Turkey refuses to take responsibility for what they have done, does that mean I curse the name of every single Turkish person I see, of course not. And that’s the thing about private schools too the in a way taint and give a bad connotation to Turkey and the Turkish people. Any way a bunch of countries have in fact said, yes it was a genocide, yes the Armenian people were massacred, except for the allies of Turkey and again I DO NOT WANT THIS TO SEEM LIKE ME POINTING FINGERS AT TURKEY AND SAYING THEY ARE TERRIBLE PEOPLE. Armenia ended up loosing 1.5 million lives and their lands. People ask me today, why do you want them to admit what they did so bad? The answer for me is always closure. I know it’s not gonna get them back or some how make everything better but it will give us Armenians a sense of closure. April 24 is the Armenian Genocide ‘day’ it’s is said to have started on that day and whatever, it’s just the day we honor all those we lost. Recently a move came out called 'The Promise’ it is a movie about the Armenian genocide showing the struggles and battles of the Armenian people during this time in 1915. This movie really put a new light on being Armenian for me. It showed me apart of history and the part that got to me most was that the events going on in the movie actually happened. I’m not gonna lie I boo hooed during the movie. It really brings light to a topic so seldom talked about, and sometimes scare people to talk about. After seeing the movie I was proud of being part of this tiny little nation that has taught so fucking hard and so gallantly. I’ve learned about our history for years now and we have been in hundreds of battles and after every one we are still singing and dancing and happy to be Armenian. I took a really good look at myself after that movie and me being me with my brown hair and green eyes I didn’t see an Armenian, I saw an American girl. But it was a sense of breaking through a barrier when I looked at myself and saw past my physical features and I saw the Armenian and American inside of me congealed into one, I saw the Armenians that were killed and slaughtered live on inside of me, and I also saw my American history because that’s who I am, I am half Armenian and half American. So if you guys take anything with you from this long ass mess of words please take my advice and go see the movie do some research on the Armenian Genocide and find out more about your own history. Be proud to be who you are whether you are German, Turkish, Armenian, American, etc. and be proud of your religion because it makes you and you are a pretty fucking awesome person. Before writing this I knew I was bound to lose some followers but oh fucking well because someone needs to bring this to other people’s attentions. This is not supposed to offend any one but more of in a way educate and bring awareness. Now to close this long ass rant type thing here is one of my favorite quotes by Armenian writer, William Saroyan…
“I should like to see any power of the world destroy this race, this small tribe of unimportant people, whose wars have all been fought and lost, whose structures have crumbled, literature is unread, music is unheard, and prayers are no more answered. Go ahead, destroy Armenia . See if you can do it. Send them into the desert without bread or water. Burn their homes and churches. Then see if they will not laugh, sing and pray again. For when two of them meet anywhere in the world, see if they will not create a New Armenia.”
- William Saroyan
“Suddenly it wasn’t only a personal thing to me […] And it was too late to tell them that there was still good in it, and they wouldn’t believe you if you did. It was too much of a problem to be just a personal thing.”