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Older Couple Prompts (ages 40-50)

Older Couple Prompts requested by Anon!! I hope you like them!!

1. They talk about all of the shenanigans they use to get into when they were younger, from skinny dipping to setting off fireworks to getting in trouble with their neighbors

2. They talk about finally getting to go on their honeymoon because the kids are all grown now and they can afford it

3. They move into a new neighborhood and befriend the neighbors and have bonfires in their backyard

4. They decide to go out on a date like when they were younger, which means something wild (example- bungee jumping)

5. They decide to start acting their age and go to a wine tasting and then they laugh and decide to drink the wine instead and they both get hammered

6. They decide to re-create old photos from when they were younger and they can’t stop laughing from how ridiculous they are

7. One of their kids bring over their first grandchild that is only a few weeks old, and they are overwhelmed with joy

Comparison of my favorite Cosplay

Wig by bakkacosplay (still selling mine, if you’re interested!) Photo by Florian M. Weber Photography
Wig by Wilkosplay (doesn’t taking YGO Comissions anymore)
Puzzle by Akira Cosplay&Props
Photo by Bibigraphy


OK, up next is…Elizabeth Taylor?

No, keep flipping through those photos. We’re here for one Gary Huckabay, a teenage master of wizardry and enchantment. This is March of 1982, three years after D&D was erroneously tied to the disappearance of James Dallas Egbert III and two years after his tragic suicide, but three months before the suicide of Irving Pulling, which would eventually inspire his mother, Patricia, to found Bothered About Dungons & Dragons and make enough of noise about the game’s harmful influences to appear on the infamous 60 Minutes special in 1985. The Huckabay profile is one of the earliest attempts by the mainstream press to attempt to understand Dungeons & Dragons uncolored by scandal. It fails miserably.

Huckabay is portrayed as a nerdy wunderkind, released from his shyness by a game that taps all his mental abilities, turning him into a kind of cult of personality at his California high school. For Life, D&D is an inscrutable game for misfit geniuses, and Huckabay is their king, a legendary dungeon master nursing a borderline unhealthy obsession (though I am sure you never heard of him and he was probably hamming it up for the reporter).

Some choice quotes from Gary:

“It’s fun to put half-orc babies in a catapult and fire them at a wall. They splat very nicely.”

“When I compare my real life and the life I lead as Dungeon Master, there is no doubt in my mind which is richer.”  

“If I don’t like a law, I break it. If I don’t like a player, I kill him. Evil characters have so much more freedom, don’t you think?”

A real poster boy for the hobby, that Gary Huckabay. It had to be a hatchet job, right? I wonder what the real story was. I wonder what happened to him.


twenty one pilots pastel (ish) phone wallpapers

(no photos mine, I only cropped and edited them)