Halloween hc for rin okumura,rin matusoka, hibari and xanxus? Maybe like couple costumes 😂 it would take a lot to make xanxus wear something like that hahaha
He loves dressing up in ridiculous costumes, and it’s also the one day where people don’t stare at his tail as much since they all assume it’s a prop. Like he bought a shit ton of toilet paper one year as a kid and turned himself into a mummy.
The day after Halloween is the real Holiday though because all the candy is marked down and he saves up for that. Best believe under his bed is just boxes of Halloween candy that he goes through quickly and Yukio makes sure he brushes his teeth at least five times a day to make up for it.
Tends to go over board with handing out candy and they run out in like half an hour so Yukio sends him out to get more while he takes over and rations is better.
Would love to do a couple costume and it would probably be something cheesy like a princess and the knight in shinning armor he’s the princess
He would be down for couple costumes, especially something involving cops. Like he’s the cop and you’re the prisoner or vice versa. That costume will also be used later in the bedroom.
Hits up large parties every year and loves showing off at them, especially after he gets some alcohol in him.
Always had several costumes as a kid because he would do the rounds then go change and head back out and all of his friends were like how did you get so much candy????
Would totally be the type to turn his yard or house into a haunted house for the kids when they come trick or treating and always gives them a handful candy afterwards.
If you spend the month leading up to it begging, he might decide to go to some party with you, but he will probably not be happy and he will not want to stay long.
Is the minimalist type for the holiday and puts a bowl at the end of his driveway with some candy in it. The kids do no listen to the sign “One each” and it’s empty in five minutes because he actually put out some good candy.
Will sneak a picture of you dressed up in a costume but even if you catch him, will deny it. He saves the picture though because he thinks you look cute.
You and Ryohei schemed to get him in a pair of cat ears. You put them on him real quick while he snapped a picture. Needless to say, Ryohei needed a new phone and was banned from the property for a month.
If you spend the year leading up to it begging, he probably still wont’t go to a Halloween party with you. You might be able to convince him to let you put some monster make up on him if you are talented enough to make it look realistic. If you are, then he will proudly wear it for the rest of the day.
Does absolutely nothing for the holiday, you have to be the one to put up decorations and hand out candy. But he will be the one to tear all the decorations down the day after Halloween.
While he doesn’t go out, he will get you some sexy read slutty costume for you to wear around the house that he will definitely fuck you in at least once.
If you get him a matching costume to yours, you might convince him to wear it, but it will probably be ripped off pretty quick either by you or him during a round of sex
why does everything I have for Xanxus end up perverted???
Concept: Les Misérables (1862) but if Lemony Snicket was the author
Example: to Enjolras–darling, dearest, dead.
If you’re seeking a story whose tragic beginning is followed by a less-tragic middle and an inevitably uplifting denouement, this book should be avoided at all costs. The approximately six hundred and fifty-five thousand words that are about to follow contain the tales of several bright and brave young people who each meet an unfortunate end and several less-bright, less-young people, including myself, who unfortunately survive to recount the events. “Unfortunate” is a word which here means “luckless” and “miserable”, the latter definition having been used for the title of this novel, designed to dissuade you, the misguided reader, from continuing past the cover page.
There are other techniques I have employed in this book that are designed to stop you from yourself becoming miserable by reading this story in its entirety. Firstly, the physical novel, which as you may notice shares the same dimensions and weight as a standard housing brick, for the utmost inconvenience. Secondly, I have included several hundred pages of information which are both uninteresting and have little bearing on the grander story in the meager hope that you will come to your senses and place this novel back on your shelf or better, in a lit fireplace, where I solemnly believe it belongs.
For example, the use of candlesticks. The word “candlestick” is derived from the purpose of the item itself, that is an object, most often metal, commonly silver, in which one can stick a candle. Many dictionaries define “candlestick” as
“an often ornamental holder for securing a candle or candles”. “Candleholder” is another, less commonly used word for “candlestick”. Candlesticks come in a variety of forms and sizes, and can contain a variety of numbers of candles often demarcated by their names-a “trikirion” contains three candles and a “menorah” contains seven. If you have had the fortitude-a word which here means “strength of mind”-to make it this far through this dull paragraph, it may be of some note to say that the candlesticks with which we concern ourselves in this story are single candlesticks, that may each contain one candle.
Thirdly, not only have I named the main character in a redundant manner-Jean Valjean-I have decided to tell you here that Jean Valjean perishes on the final page of this novel. That is my story’s conclusion.
With all this information in mind, and having the ending already known, I now give you my final warning and pleading suggestion to forget about this book. Put it down. Hide it away. Bury it in a cemetery late at night with the assistance of a man named Fauchelevant. Forget it ever existed. For now the story must begin.
It begins in a town called Digne, on a grey and dreary night under the roof of a very kind but elderly and poor man, the bishop of the town, whose name was Myriel.