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SASO 2K16; Bonus Round 1

Prompt: Remember when Sousuke and Makoto were on their first date and Sousuke walked Makoto home, then shared their first kiss on the Tachibana household’s porch?

This could be the date (x)

  • Inuyasha: Then your dad saved her like usual, the wolf really never had a chance.
  • -smiles at a young tot with dog ears- wolfs are bad
  • Boy: Wolf bad
  • Inuyasha: Good job son!
  • Kagome -yelling from a distance: Are you teaching our son to hate Koga again
  • Inuyasha: -looks at son-
  • Noooooooo -whispers- don't say that in front of your mother.

SSheeples “Oh, but Sasuke is soooooooo tsundere, he doesn’t evah smile, it’s tots normal that he scowls around Sakura all the time”

Uhuh. Funny that with Naruto, on the other hand… seriously, how can ANYONE believe that dude is hetero? SSheeples be like “I’ll take gay dick as long as it looks good, you don’t have to be faithful or even like me dude, just be good looking and give me some sperm from time to time and we’re good!”
'Our son was saved when Prince William landed air ambulance. He is not work-shy'
Prince William made a fun character to entertain Luke while he was receiving treatment from medics.
By Rachel McDermott

A mother has defended Prince William from accusations of being work-shy, saying that his work for the air ambulance saved her sons life.

Donna Swyer’s allergic son, Luke, began struggling to breathe after he ate a snack containing peanuts at nursery last month.

An air ambulance piloted by the 33-year-old Duke of Cambridge landed at St Joseph’s Catholic Primary school in Bishop’s Stortford, Herts, after a 999 call made by staff.

Despite being unable to leave the cockpit of his helicopter, Donna says the Prince made a puppet character from a blown-up surgical glove to help put a smile back on the tot’s face.

The prince was dubbed ‘work-shy’ this week after official photographs of him skiing with his family were released to the media on Monday.

Donna, 49, and dad, Dean, 43, dismissed the criticism saying that Prince William was great in a crisis and 'works really hard’.

Mum, Donna, said: “We thought it was a really touching thing for Prince William to do as it really took Luke’s mind off everything that was going on.

"He works really hard and went beyond the call of duty to put Luke at ease.

"When it was time for him to go back to school he asked me to put it in the boot of the car because he was scared it might fly away.

"Luke is only a couple of months older than Prince George as well which I think he quite likes.

"He keeps making us google Prince William to show him pictures and even since then he has idolised him.”

Luke’s parents were not aware that the child had a peanut allergy until his schoolfriend gave him a yoghurt covered peanut in the playground of the nusery he attends in Essex.

Lettings manager Donna, who is also mum to Olivia, six, and Luke’s identical twin brother, Joseph, said: “He started indicating he couldn’t breathe properly and his lips turned blue.

"My mum, who is trained in first-aid, turned him upside down and hit him on the back to try and move the obstruction.

"Luckily someone had called the air ambulance and it came to land within minutes.
"It was a relief to know he was in safe hands.”

The East Anglian Air Ambulance was dispatched from Cambridge Airport with Prince William at the controls and Dr Akos Soti and critical care paramedic Tim Daniels on board on February 8.