Why hello there darling~ <3 OH AND YEA BUTT TOUCHING (even tho it wasn’t a full on butt touch I’m still giddy). IKR LIKE UGHHH JUSt…
I SCREAM DARLING TBH. Even though I know Cy was just tucking roses at Bh’s back pocket (or was it Bh’s jeans’ waistband? if it was I’d go HNNNGGSS)
THE QUESTION STILL REMAINS THOUGH: Why must Cy tuck the flowers in Bh’s back pocket? UGHH just tell Bh to do it himself or sumthing Cy. Did u rly need to touch Bh’s butt that much hmmm? I understand tho, everyone’s thirsty for the BaekBoooty. mmhmm~
Thanks for dropping by darling, have a good day! ^^
PSA: Hinata does not stutter because she has a speaking problem she stutters on the first syllable out of hesitation (and how to fix it)
please s-s-stop writing h-h-her stuttering e- e- e- every single syllable even when she’s h-h-having a good time it gets tiresome to read.
and any other character (your OC or published)
i love speaking impediments when used in the right place at the right time, it gives insight on the inner workings of the character, but when a character who only hesitates when talking to a particular person please don’t make it the defining trait.
understand how the human mind works, read more about speaking hardships, try to talk to someone who has it and if they allow you to ask about it, ask them why they think it’s hard for them to speak, when it happens, what words are especially difficult and what they can do to make it go away? (it changed my perspective when i did, you should do it if you can, and be respectful and understanding about it as it is often a big insecurity to the individual)
you’d be surprised at how much information and understanding you’ll get just by trying to understand someone, you might even make use of this knowledge in your real life, imagine that!
anyway, I’m not saying you shouldn’t make dialogue with a stuttering character, but here’s a few ideas on how to make it more readable if you really want to give her a speaking problem.
(which i understand some readers/writers relate to on a personal level)
you can write the emphasized stutter in two or three phrases in the whole scene, that’s it, any more and it becomes overkill. it also needs to be justified, is she scared? embarrassed? did something exciting just happen?
change up the way you write it. “h-hello.” is good here and there, but not all the time. sometimes words are just hard to get out “but i thought the ssstable was off limits!”
repeat the word in way that shows she is hesitant about saying what she is about to say, maybe the person she’s talking to doesn’t show interest and she’s rethinking her desire to continue the conversation. “Oh well i thought- I thought we could have lunch or something, that’s all.”
stop the sentence and start anew, we all do it. “but if you read here- well i mean, it’s not that obvious but that’s what i get from reading the whole contract.”
mix it up. “D-don’t yell at me! oh gosh, all that screaming went sstraight to my head! whew! oh no, now my stomach is- i don’t feel too well, ugh i need to sit down.”
thank you and i hope we learned a new thing to day be nice to your characters but also put them through the wringer u feel me