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  • 5782341b77vl5782341b77vl Posts: 6,742 Member
    DeKay wrote: »
    DeKay wrote: »
    Chocolate almond

    Ew.

    Ew.

    We.

    Yo, for anyone who bakes a lot here, which is a better rolling pin?

    The basic one:
    b217cf282d5f745a9df7263c9787cf38

    Or the one where the middle is movable?
    home-design.jpg

    Cuz I have the basic one at home but it hurts my palm when rolling cuz obviously, I can't really hold the handle like normal to get it to move. So I wanna buy the moveable one but my mom says that one for her is harder to control. 😅 So now I'm curious.


    @DeKay - yes. Real Legos.


    Also, Mom has a rolling pin, like the SECOND one. It was originally her great grandma's pin from the 1890's. Can't help but think of all the kitchen recipes it has made over the years!
    ...AND WASH YOUR DING-DANG HANDS!
  • mintycupcakemintycupcake Posts: 12,551 Member
    edited September 30
    DeKay wrote: »
    DeKay wrote: »
    DeKay wrote: »
    DeKay wrote: »
    Chocolate almond

    Ew.

    Ew.

    We.

    Yo, for anyone who bakes a lot here, which is a better rolling pin?

    The basic one:
    b217cf282d5f745a9df7263c9787cf38

    Or the one where the middle is movable?
    home-design.jpg

    Cuz I have the basic one at home but it hurts my palm when rolling cuz obviously, I can't really hold the handle like normal to get it to move. So I wanna buy the moveable one but my mom says that one for her is harder to control. 😅 So now I'm curious.

    You're both right. But personally, I have the second kind.

    I'm thinking of buying the second one... Maybe I should. Hahaa. And if I don't like it, I guess my palms will just suffer with the first one. LOL.

    Also why are there so many pretty jelly cakes like this but no one has tried making an 'ink drop' effect on one?
    ocean-jelly.jpg

    I think I wanna make one. 🤔 And I shall be the first. :D

    Try it and let us know how it goes!

    Watch me fail first. 🤣

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  • DeKayDeKay Posts: 66,380 Member
    DeKay wrote: »
    DeKay wrote: »
    Chocolate almond

    Ew.

    Ew.

    We.

    Yo, for anyone who bakes a lot here, which is a better rolling pin?

    The basic one:
    b217cf282d5f745a9df7263c9787cf38

    Or the one where the middle is movable?
    home-design.jpg

    Cuz I have the basic one at home but it hurts my palm when rolling cuz obviously, I can't really hold the handle like normal to get it to move. So I wanna buy the moveable one but my mom says that one for her is harder to control. 😅 So now I'm curious.


    DeKay - yes. Real Legos.


    Also, Mom has a rolling pin, like the SECOND one. It was originally her great grandma's pin from the 1890's. Can't help but think of all the kitchen recipes it has made over the years!

    That Lego kit is illegal. XD

    Ah, nice. ^^
    DeKay wrote: »
    DeKay wrote: »
    DeKay wrote: »
    DeKay wrote: »
    Chocolate almond

    Ew.

    Ew.

    We.

    Yo, for anyone who bakes a lot here, which is a better rolling pin?

    The basic one:
    b217cf282d5f745a9df7263c9787cf38

    Or the one where the middle is movable?
    home-design.jpg

    Cuz I have the basic one at home but it hurts my palm when rolling cuz obviously, I can't really hold the handle like normal to get it to move. So I wanna buy the moveable one but my mom says that one for her is harder to control. 😅 So now I'm curious.

    You're both right. But personally, I have the second kind.

    I'm thinking of buying the second one... Maybe I should. Hahaa. And if I don't like it, I guess my palms will just suffer with the first one. LOL.

    Also why are there so many pretty jelly cakes like this but no one has tried making an 'ink drop' effect on one?
    ocean-jelly.jpg

    I think I wanna make one. 🤔 And I shall be the first. :D

    Try it and let us know how it goes!

    Watch me fail first. 🤣

    keeping-up-with-the-kardashians-kris-jenner-l3JDFJncJHteKIYzm

    I can't see the image. :(
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  • mintycupcakemintycupcake Posts: 12,551 Member
    DeKay wrote: »
    DeKay wrote: »
    DeKay wrote: »
    DeKay wrote: »
    DeKay wrote: »
    Chocolate almond

    Ew.

    Ew.

    We.

    Yo, for anyone who bakes a lot here, which is a better rolling pin?

    The basic one:
    b217cf282d5f745a9df7263c9787cf38

    Or the one where the middle is movable?
    home-design.jpg

    Cuz I have the basic one at home but it hurts my palm when rolling cuz obviously, I can't really hold the handle like normal to get it to move. So I wanna buy the moveable one but my mom says that one for her is harder to control. 😅 So now I'm curious.

    You're both right. But personally, I have the second kind.

    I'm thinking of buying the second one... Maybe I should. Hahaa. And if I don't like it, I guess my palms will just suffer with the first one. LOL.

    Also why are there so many pretty jelly cakes like this but no one has tried making an 'ink drop' effect on one?
    ocean-jelly.jpg

    I think I wanna make one. 🤔 And I shall be the first. :D

    Try it and let us know how it goes!

    Watch me fail first. 🤣

    keeping-up-with-the-kardashians-kris-jenner-l3JDFJncJHteKIYzm

    I can't see the image. :(

    Leave my old butt alone, I'm fixing it as fast as I can :joy:
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  • DeKayDeKay Posts: 66,380 Member
    DeKay wrote: »
    DeKay wrote: »
    DeKay wrote: »
    DeKay wrote: »
    DeKay wrote: »
    Chocolate almond

    Ew.

    Ew.

    We.

    Yo, for anyone who bakes a lot here, which is a better rolling pin?

    The basic one:
    b217cf282d5f745a9df7263c9787cf38

    Or the one where the middle is movable?
    home-design.jpg

    Cuz I have the basic one at home but it hurts my palm when rolling cuz obviously, I can't really hold the handle like normal to get it to move. So I wanna buy the moveable one but my mom says that one for her is harder to control. 😅 So now I'm curious.

    You're both right. But personally, I have the second kind.

    I'm thinking of buying the second one... Maybe I should. Hahaa. And if I don't like it, I guess my palms will just suffer with the first one. LOL.

    Also why are there so many pretty jelly cakes like this but no one has tried making an 'ink drop' effect on one?
    ocean-jelly.jpg

    I think I wanna make one. 🤔 And I shall be the first. :D

    Try it and let us know how it goes!

    Watch me fail first. 🤣

    keeping-up-with-the-kardashians-kris-jenner-l3JDFJncJHteKIYzm

    I can't see the image. :(

    Leave my old butt alone, I'm fixing it as fast as I can :joy:

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  • mintycupcakemintycupcake Posts: 12,551 Member
    DeKay wrote: »
    DeKay wrote: »
    DeKay wrote: »
    DeKay wrote: »
    DeKay wrote: »
    DeKay wrote: »
    Chocolate almond

    Ew.

    Ew.

    We.

    Yo, for anyone who bakes a lot here, which is a better rolling pin?

    The basic one:
    b217cf282d5f745a9df7263c9787cf38

    Or the one where the middle is movable?
    home-design.jpg

    Cuz I have the basic one at home but it hurts my palm when rolling cuz obviously, I can't really hold the handle like normal to get it to move. So I wanna buy the moveable one but my mom says that one for her is harder to control. 😅 So now I'm curious.

    You're both right. But personally, I have the second kind.

    I'm thinking of buying the second one... Maybe I should. Hahaa. And if I don't like it, I guess my palms will just suffer with the first one. LOL.

    Also why are there so many pretty jelly cakes like this but no one has tried making an 'ink drop' effect on one?
    ocean-jelly.jpg

    I think I wanna make one. 🤔 And I shall be the first. :D

    Try it and let us know how it goes!

    Watch me fail first. 🤣

    keeping-up-with-the-kardashians-kris-jenner-l3JDFJncJHteKIYzm

    I can't see the image. :(

    Leave my old butt alone, I'm fixing it as fast as I can :joy:

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  • DeKayDeKay Posts: 66,380 Member
    DeKay wrote: »
    DeKay wrote: »
    DeKay wrote: »
    DeKay wrote: »
    DeKay wrote: »
    DeKay wrote: »
    Chocolate almond

    Ew.

    Ew.

    We.

    Yo, for anyone who bakes a lot here, which is a better rolling pin?

    The basic one:
    b217cf282d5f745a9df7263c9787cf38

    Or the one where the middle is movable?
    home-design.jpg

    Cuz I have the basic one at home but it hurts my palm when rolling cuz obviously, I can't really hold the handle like normal to get it to move. So I wanna buy the moveable one but my mom says that one for her is harder to control. 😅 So now I'm curious.

    You're both right. But personally, I have the second kind.

    I'm thinking of buying the second one... Maybe I should. Hahaa. And if I don't like it, I guess my palms will just suffer with the first one. LOL.

    Also why are there so many pretty jelly cakes like this but no one has tried making an 'ink drop' effect on one?
    ocean-jelly.jpg

    I think I wanna make one. 🤔 And I shall be the first. :D

    Try it and let us know how it goes!

    Watch me fail first. 🤣

    keeping-up-with-the-kardashians-kris-jenner-l3JDFJncJHteKIYzm

    I can't see the image. :(

    Leave my old butt alone, I'm fixing it as fast as I can :joy:

    46d2caa20c46fc7d08f51755bd3b14a9.jpg

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  • mintycupcakemintycupcake Posts: 12,551 Member
    DeKay wrote: »
    DeKay wrote: »
    DeKay wrote: »
    DeKay wrote: »
    DeKay wrote: »
    DeKay wrote: »
    DeKay wrote: »
    Chocolate almond

    Ew.

    Ew.

    We.

    Yo, for anyone who bakes a lot here, which is a better rolling pin?

    The basic one:
    b217cf282d5f745a9df7263c9787cf38

    Or the one where the middle is movable?
    home-design.jpg

    Cuz I have the basic one at home but it hurts my palm when rolling cuz obviously, I can't really hold the handle like normal to get it to move. So I wanna buy the moveable one but my mom says that one for her is harder to control. 😅 So now I'm curious.

    You're both right. But personally, I have the second kind.

    I'm thinking of buying the second one... Maybe I should. Hahaa. And if I don't like it, I guess my palms will just suffer with the first one. LOL.

    Also why are there so many pretty jelly cakes like this but no one has tried making an 'ink drop' effect on one?
    ocean-jelly.jpg

    I think I wanna make one. 🤔 And I shall be the first. :D

    Try it and let us know how it goes!

    Watch me fail first. 🤣

    keeping-up-with-the-kardashians-kris-jenner-l3JDFJncJHteKIYzm

    I can't see the image. :(

    Leave my old butt alone, I'm fixing it as fast as I can :joy:

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    DabmzMvUMAAbCuj.jpg:large

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  • Cavapoo_KingCavapoo_King Posts: 4,888 Member
    DeKay wrote: »
    DeKay wrote: »
    DeKay wrote: »
    DeKay wrote: »
    DeKay wrote: »
    DeKay wrote: »
    DeKay wrote: »
    Chocolate almond

    Ew.

    Ew.

    We.

    Yo, for anyone who bakes a lot here, which is a better rolling pin?

    The basic one:
    b217cf282d5f745a9df7263c9787cf38

    Or the one where the middle is movable?
    home-design.jpg

    Cuz I have the basic one at home but it hurts my palm when rolling cuz obviously, I can't really hold the handle like normal to get it to move. So I wanna buy the moveable one but my mom says that one for her is harder to control. 😅 So now I'm curious.

    You're both right. But personally, I have the second kind.

    I'm thinking of buying the second one... Maybe I should. Hahaa. And if I don't like it, I guess my palms will just suffer with the first one. LOL.

    Also why are there so many pretty jelly cakes like this but no one has tried making an 'ink drop' effect on one?
    ocean-jelly.jpg

    I think I wanna make one. 🤔 And I shall be the first. :D

    Try it and let us know how it goes!

    Watch me fail first. 🤣

    keeping-up-with-the-kardashians-kris-jenner-l3JDFJncJHteKIYzm

    I can't see the image. :(

    Leave my old butt alone, I'm fixing it as fast as I can :joy:

    46d2caa20c46fc7d08f51755bd3b14a9.jpg

    DabmzMvUMAAbCuj.jpg:large

    aca5fe799623b267d296b995acfadbd1.jpg

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  • bellagorillabellagorilla Posts: 6,081 Member
    DeKay wrote: »
    DeKay wrote: »
    Chocolate almond

    Ew.

    Ew.

    We.

    Yo, for anyone who bakes a lot here, which is a better rolling pin?

    The basic one:
    b217cf282d5f745a9df7263c9787cf38

    Or the one where the middle is movable?
    home-design.jpg

    Cuz I have the basic one at home but it hurts my palm when rolling cuz obviously, I can't really hold the handle like normal to get it to move. So I wanna buy the moveable one but my mom says that one for her is harder to control. 😅 So now I'm curious.

    I don't know if I've ever used the second kind...
    DeKay wrote: »
    Today's Q Q is:

    What’s one thing you’re currently trying to make a habit?

    "Meditating" or like those kinda just simple breathing in and out and sitting quietly things at the end of each day. Well, maybe not everyday but at least 3 times a week or something.

    DeKay wrote: »
    DeKay wrote: »
    DeKay wrote: »
    Chocolate almond

    Ew.

    Ew.

    We.

    Yo, for anyone who bakes a lot here, which is a better rolling pin?

    The basic one:
    b217cf282d5f745a9df7263c9787cf38

    Or the one where the middle is movable?
    home-design.jpg

    Cuz I have the basic one at home but it hurts my palm when rolling cuz obviously, I can't really hold the handle like normal to get it to move. So I wanna buy the moveable one but my mom says that one for her is harder to control. 😅 So now I'm curious.

    You're both right. But personally, I have the second kind.

    I'm thinking of buying the second one... Maybe I should. Hahaa. And if I don't like it, I guess my palms will just suffer with the first one. LOL.

    Also why are there so many pretty jelly cakes like this but no one has tried making an 'ink drop' effect on one?
    ocean-jelly.jpg

    I think I wanna make one. 🤔 And I shall be the first. :D

    Try it and let us know how it goes!

    Watch me fail first. 🤣

    Better school habits...I'm attempting to break my bad habit of procrastination :sweat_smile:

    ...I'm staying out of the picture thing :joy:
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  • DeKayDeKay Posts: 66,380 Member

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  • DeKayDeKay Posts: 66,380 Member
    DeKay wrote: »

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  • Cavapoo_KingCavapoo_King Posts: 4,888 Member
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  • mintycupcakemintycupcake Posts: 12,551 Member
    The Boat Fic
    Chapter 4

    @Dekay, Dylan, Patrick, and Kyle had now been living comfortably on the island for months now. Years, really, but saying 24 months sounds a lot longer than two years. Have you ever noticed that? Like if someone were to tell you "Oh, I gave birth in less than a year", you'd be like "Wow, that was quick!" But if they said to you "I was pregnant for 10 months", you'd be like "Dang, that is a long time for a parasite to be eating half your food while sitting on your bladder."
    Anyway!
    It was getting to be dinnertime, and everyone's tummy was rumbling. While eating nothing but seafood and tropical fruits may sound luxurious, Dekay was longing for a Ninja burger and Yuzu Fizz from McDonald's.
    "I'm so sick of being on this island," she whined as they headed down to the shoreline to catch their dinner.
    Dylan rolled his eyes.
    "Well, maybe if you knew how to swim, we could finally leave."
    "Are you suggesting that we could just swim home," snapped Dekay. "Also, I thought you were one of the ones that couldn't swim?"
    "I don't know, and I'm too lazy to check," replied Dylan.
    "What," said Dekay.
    "What," said Dylan.
    "Look, it doesn't matter who could swim and who couldn't when the cruise ship flipped upside down a la The Poseidon Adventure," said Patrick. "We taught that person to swim, it's just you that's holding up the storyline now, Dekay."
    "The what," said Dekay.
    "Yoo-hoo," called a voice from the rocks. "We can teach you how to swim."
    "What the h e c c," shouted Dekay, stumbling back into Kyle.
    To everyone's surprise, there were two mermaids sitting on the rocks.
    "Don't be afraid," the first called again. "This definitely isn't like this creepy scene in Peter Pan." She was a tall and beautiful college student, with a long, elegant dolphinesque tail. "I'm @bellagorilla ."
    "We won't hurt you," echoed the other one. She was chubby and middled aged and appeared to be half sea lion, or possibly manatee. She went scarlet as she leered at Patrick, who was now shirtless. Because all the guys were now shirtless, their shirts had disintegrated.
    "Who's the thirst queen," asked Dekay.
    "Her," Bella said, shrugging. "I don't know. She keeps on calling me her Auntie Minty, but we are not related," she emphasized.
    "Ok, well, I know you're lying Bella, because I can see the weirdo crossing her fingers behind her back."
    "Minty!" hissed Bella.
    "I'm sorry," Minty sniffled. "you know I don't like lying!"
    "Haha! She's joking! She's joking," Bella said, while pushing Minty into the ocean. Well, more like trying to, but Minty only slid a little ways down the rocks, in a comedic fashion. "Just get in the water and we'll show you how to swim like us and you'll be eating Samurai burgers in no time!"
    "I wanted Ninja burgers," said Dekay sulkily.
    "Yes, those too," Bella nodded. "Just get in the water."
    "Ew," said Dekay.
    "Dekay, how are we going to get home if you don't let these hot mermaids teach you how to swim?" asked Patrick.
    "H-hot?" stammered Minty, turning red again. Dekay glared at her.
    "Well, you could always ask the witch," said Bella. "She might be able to be able to brew you up a spell to help you swim."
    "I'm not going to see no witch," shouted Dekay.
    "Herbalist," called a voice from behind them, up where the shore met the meadow.
    "We surrounded," gasped Dekay.
    A red headed witch with a basket of flowers on her back and followed by cats came toward them.
    "You know, it's really offensive when you gossip about me and use archaic slurs like 'witch'," the witch glared haughtily at the mermaids. She turned back toward Dekay.
    " @Zinniavanilla herbalist and flower specialist, at your service," she said, bowing with a dramatic flourish. The cats also bowed.

    To be continued two years from now...
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  • DeKayDeKay Posts: 66,380 Member
    Minty, knowing that she can write about a shirtless Patrick and calling Mermaid Her hot:
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    :joy:
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  • Cavapoo_KingCavapoo_King Posts: 4,888 Member
    The Boat Fic
    Chapter 4

    @Dekay, Dylan, Patrick, and Kyle had now been living comfortably on the island for months now. Years, really, but saying 24 months sounds a lot longer than two years. Have you ever noticed that? Like if someone were to tell you "Oh, I gave birth in less than a year", you'd be like "Wow, that was quick!" But if they said to you "I was pregnant for 10 months", you'd be like "Dang, that is a long time for a parasite to be eating half your food while sitting on your bladder."
    Anyway!
    It was getting to be dinnertime, and everyone's tummy was rumbling. While eating nothing but seafood and tropical fruits may sound luxurious, Dekay was longing for a Ninja burger and Yuzu Fizz from McDonald's.
    "I'm so sick of being on this island," she whined as they headed down to the shoreline to catch their dinner.
    Dylan rolled his eyes.
    "Well, maybe if you knew how to swim, we could finally leave."
    "Are you suggesting that we could just swim home," snapped Dekay. "Also, I thought you were one of the ones that couldn't swim?"
    "I don't know, and I'm too lazy to check," replied Dylan.
    "What," said Dekay.
    "What," said Dylan.
    "Look, it doesn't matter who could swim and who couldn't when the cruise ship flipped upside down a la The Poseidon Adventure," said Patrick. "We taught that person to swim, it's just you that's holding up the storyline now, Dekay."
    "The what," said Dekay.
    "Yoo-hoo," called a voice from the rocks. "We can teach you how to swim."
    "What the h e c c," shouted Dekay, stumbling back into Kyle.
    To everyone's surprise, there were two mermaids sitting on the rocks.
    "Don't be afraid," the first called again. "This definitely isn't like this creepy scene in Peter Pan." She was a tall and beautiful college student, with a long, elegant dolphinesque tail. "I'm @bellagorilla ."
    "We won't hurt you," echoed the other one. She was chubby and middled aged and appeared to be half sea lion, or possibly manatee. She went scarlet as she leered at Patrick, who was now shirtless. Because all the guys were now shirtless, their shirts had disintegrated.
    "Who's the thirst queen," asked Dekay.
    "Her," Bella said, shrugging. "I don't know. She keeps on calling me her Auntie Minty, but we are not related," she emphasized.
    "Ok, well, I know you're lying Bella, because I can see the weirdo crossing her fingers behind her back."
    "Minty!" hissed Bella.
    "I'm sorry," Minty sniffled. "you know I don't like lying!"
    "Haha! She's joking! She's joking," Bella said, while pushing Minty into the ocean. Well, more like trying to, but Minty only slid a little ways down the rocks, in a comedic fashion. "Just get in the water and we'll show you how to swim like us and you'll be eating Samurai burgers in no time!"
    "I wanted Ninja burgers," said Dekay sulkily.
    "Yes, those too," Bella nodded. "Just get in the water."
    "Ew," said Dekay.
    "Dekay, how are we going to get home if you don't let these hot mermaids teach you how to swim?" asked Patrick.
    "H-hot?" stammered Minty, turning red again. Dekay glared at her.
    "Well, you could always ask the witch," said Bella. "She might be able to be able to brew you up a spell to help you swim."
    "I'm not going to see no witch," shouted Dekay.
    "Herbalist," called a voice from behind them, up where the shore met the meadow.
    "We surrounded," gasped Dekay.
    A red headed witch with a basket of flowers on her back and followed by cats came toward them.
    "You know, it's really offensive when you gossip about me and use archaic slurs like 'witch'," the witch glared haughtily at the mermaids. She turned back toward Dekay.
    " @Zinniavanilla herbalist and flower specialist, at your service," she said, bowing with a dramatic flourish. The cats also bowed.

    To be continued two years from now...

    Has minty done these before cuz it says chapter 4 at the top
  • DeKayDeKay Posts: 66,380 Member
    The Boat Fic
    Chapter 4

    Dekay, Dylan, Patrick, and Kyle had now been living comfortably on the island for months now. Years, really, but saying 24 months sounds a lot longer than two years. Have you ever noticed that? Like if someone were to tell you "Oh, I gave birth in less than a year", you'd be like "Wow, that was quick!" But if they said to you "I was pregnant for 10 months", you'd be like "Dang, that is a long time for a parasite to be eating half your food while sitting on your bladder."
    Anyway!
    It was getting to be dinnertime, and everyone's tummy was rumbling. While eating nothing but seafood and tropical fruits may sound luxurious, Dekay was longing for a Ninja burger and Yuzu Fizz from McDonald's.
    "I'm so sick of being on this island," she whined as they headed down to the shoreline to catch their dinner.
    Dylan rolled his eyes.
    "Well, maybe if you knew how to swim, we could finally leave."
    "Are you suggesting that we could just swim home," snapped Dekay. "Also, I thought you were one of the ones that couldn't swim?"
    "I don't know, and I'm too lazy to check," replied Dylan.
    "What," said Dekay.
    "What," said Dylan.
    "Look, it doesn't matter who could swim and who couldn't when the cruise ship flipped upside down a la The Poseidon Adventure," said Patrick. "We taught that person to swim, it's just you that's holding up the storyline now, Dekay."
    "The what," said Dekay.
    "Yoo-hoo," called a voice from the rocks. "We can teach you how to swim."
    "What the h e c c," shouted Dekay, stumbling back into Kyle.
    To everyone's surprise, there were two mermaids sitting on the rocks.
    "Don't be afraid," the first called again. "This definitely isn't like this creepy scene in Peter Pan." She was a tall and beautiful college student, with a long, elegant dolphinesque tail. "I'm bellagorilla ."
    "We won't hurt you," echoed the other one. She was chubby and middled aged and appeared to be half sea lion, or possibly manatee. She went scarlet as she leered at Patrick, who was now shirtless. Because all the guys were now shirtless, their shirts had disintegrated.
    "Who's the thirst queen," asked Dekay.
    "Her," Bella said, shrugging. "I don't know. She keeps on calling me her Auntie Minty, but we are not related," she emphasized.
    "Ok, well, I know you're lying Bella, because I can see the weirdo crossing her fingers behind her back."
    "Minty!" hissed Bella.
    "I'm sorry," Minty sniffled. "you know I don't like lying!"
    "Haha! She's joking! She's joking," Bella said, while pushing Minty into the ocean. Well, more like trying to, but Minty only slid a little ways down the rocks, in a comedic fashion. "Just get in the water and we'll show you how to swim like us and you'll be eating Samurai burgers in no time!"
    "I wanted Ninja burgers," said Dekay sulkily.
    "Yes, those too," Bella nodded. "Just get in the water."
    "Ew," said Dekay.
    "Dekay, how are we going to get home if you don't let these hot mermaids teach you how to swim?" asked Patrick.
    "H-hot?" stammered Minty, turning red again. Dekay glared at her.
    "Well, you could always ask the witch," said Bella. "She might be able to be able to brew you up a spell to help you swim."
    "I'm not going to see no witch," shouted Dekay.
    "Herbalist," called a voice from behind them, up where the shore met the meadow.
    "We surrounded," gasped Dekay.
    A red headed witch with a basket of flowers on her back and followed by cats came toward them.
    "You know, it's really offensive when you gossip about me and use archaic slurs like 'witch'," the witch glared haughtily at the mermaids. She turned back toward Dekay.
    " Zinniavanilla herbalist and flower specialist, at your service," she said, bowing with a dramatic flourish. The cats also bowed.

    To be continued two years from now...

    Has minty done these before cuz it says chapter 4 at the top

    Yes. XD
    My origin ID: DeKaythePUNK
    GJ8O0oa.gif
  • LyouflnLyoufln Posts: 10,709 Member
    The Boat Fic
    Chapter 4

    @Dekay, Dylan, Patrick, and Kyle had now been living comfortably on the island for months now. Years, really, but saying 24 months sounds a lot longer than two years. Have you ever noticed that? Like if someone were to tell you "Oh, I gave birth in less than a year", you'd be like "Wow, that was quick!" But if they said to you "I was pregnant for 10 months", you'd be like "Dang, that is a long time for a parasite to be eating half your food while sitting on your bladder."
    Anyway!
    It was getting to be dinnertime, and everyone's tummy was rumbling. While eating nothing but seafood and tropical fruits may sound luxurious, Dekay was longing for a Ninja burger and Yuzu Fizz from McDonald's.
    "I'm so sick of being on this island," she whined as they headed down to the shoreline to catch their dinner.
    Dylan rolled his eyes.
    "Well, maybe if you knew how to swim, we could finally leave."
    "Are you suggesting that we could just swim home," snapped Dekay. "Also, I thought you were one of the ones that couldn't swim?"
    "I don't know, and I'm too lazy to check," replied Dylan.
    "What," said Dekay.
    "What," said Dylan.
    "Look, it doesn't matter who could swim and who couldn't when the cruise ship flipped upside down a la The Poseidon Adventure," said Patrick. "We taught that person to swim, it's just you that's holding up the storyline now, Dekay."
    "The what," said Dekay.
    "Yoo-hoo," called a voice from the rocks. "We can teach you how to swim."
    "What the h e c c," shouted Dekay, stumbling back into Kyle.
    To everyone's surprise, there were two mermaids sitting on the rocks.
    "Don't be afraid," the first called again. "This definitely isn't like this creepy scene in Peter Pan." She was a tall and beautiful college student, with a long, elegant dolphinesque tail. "I'm @bellagorilla ."
    "We won't hurt you," echoed the other one. She was chubby and middled aged and appeared to be half sea lion, or possibly manatee. She went scarlet as she leered at Patrick, who was now shirtless. Because all the guys were now shirtless, their shirts had disintegrated.
    "Who's the thirst queen," asked Dekay.
    "Her," Bella said, shrugging. "I don't know. She keeps on calling me her Auntie Minty, but we are not related," she emphasized.
    "Ok, well, I know you're lying Bella, because I can see the weirdo crossing her fingers behind her back."
    "Minty!" hissed Bella.
    "I'm sorry," Minty sniffled. "you know I don't like lying!"
    "Haha! She's joking! She's joking," Bella said, while pushing Minty into the ocean. Well, more like trying to, but Minty only slid a little ways down the rocks, in a comedic fashion. "Just get in the water and we'll show you how to swim like us and you'll be eating Samurai burgers in no time!"
    "I wanted Ninja burgers," said Dekay sulkily.
    "Yes, those too," Bella nodded. "Just get in the water."
    "Ew," said Dekay.
    "Dekay, how are we going to get home if you don't let these hot mermaids teach you how to swim?" asked Patrick.
    "H-hot?" stammered Minty, turning red again. Dekay glared at her.
    "Well, you could always ask the witch," said Bella. "She might be able to be able to brew you up a spell to help you swim."
    "I'm not going to see no witch," shouted Dekay.
    "Herbalist," called a voice from behind them, up where the shore met the meadow.
    "We surrounded," gasped Dekay.
    A red headed witch with a basket of flowers on her back and followed by cats came toward them.
    "You know, it's really offensive when you gossip about me and use archaic slurs like 'witch'," the witch glared haughtily at the mermaids. She turned back toward Dekay.
    " @Zinniavanilla herbalist and flower specialist, at your service," she said, bowing with a dramatic flourish. The cats also bowed.

    To be continued two years from now...

    How long has this been going on? :open_mouth:
  • Cavapoo_KingCavapoo_King Posts: 4,888 Member
    DeKay wrote: »
    The Boat Fic
    Chapter 4

    Dekay, Dylan, Patrick, and Kyle had now been living comfortably on the island for months now. Years, really, but saying 24 months sounds a lot longer than two years. Have you ever noticed that? Like if someone were to tell you "Oh, I gave birth in less than a year", you'd be like "Wow, that was quick!" But if they said to you "I was pregnant for 10 months", you'd be like "Dang, that is a long time for a parasite to be eating half your food while sitting on your bladder."
    Anyway!
    It was getting to be dinnertime, and everyone's tummy was rumbling. While eating nothing but seafood and tropical fruits may sound luxurious, Dekay was longing for a Ninja burger and Yuzu Fizz from McDonald's.
    "I'm so sick of being on this island," she whined as they headed down to the shoreline to catch their dinner.
    Dylan rolled his eyes.
    "Well, maybe if you knew how to swim, we could finally leave."
    "Are you suggesting that we could just swim home," snapped Dekay. "Also, I thought you were one of the ones that couldn't swim?"
    "I don't know, and I'm too lazy to check," replied Dylan.
    "What," said Dekay.
    "What," said Dylan.
    "Look, it doesn't matter who could swim and who couldn't when the cruise ship flipped upside down a la The Poseidon Adventure," said Patrick. "We taught that person to swim, it's just you that's holding up the storyline now, Dekay."
    "The what," said Dekay.
    "Yoo-hoo," called a voice from the rocks. "We can teach you how to swim."
    "What the h e c c," shouted Dekay, stumbling back into Kyle.
    To everyone's surprise, there were two mermaids sitting on the rocks.
    "Don't be afraid," the first called again. "This definitely isn't like this creepy scene in Peter Pan." She was a tall and beautiful college student, with a long, elegant dolphinesque tail. "I'm bellagorilla ."
    "We won't hurt you," echoed the other one. She was chubby and middled aged and appeared to be half sea lion, or possibly manatee. She went scarlet as she leered at Patrick, who was now shirtless. Because all the guys were now shirtless, their shirts had disintegrated.
    "Who's the thirst queen," asked Dekay.
    "Her," Bella said, shrugging. "I don't know. She keeps on calling me her Auntie Minty, but we are not related," she emphasized.
    "Ok, well, I know you're lying Bella, because I can see the weirdo crossing her fingers behind her back."
    "Minty!" hissed Bella.
    "I'm sorry," Minty sniffled. "you know I don't like lying!"
    "Haha! She's joking! She's joking," Bella said, while pushing Minty into the ocean. Well, more like trying to, but Minty only slid a little ways down the rocks, in a comedic fashion. "Just get in the water and we'll show you how to swim like us and you'll be eating Samurai burgers in no time!"
    "I wanted Ninja burgers," said Dekay sulkily.
    "Yes, those too," Bella nodded. "Just get in the water."
    "Ew," said Dekay.
    "Dekay, how are we going to get home if you don't let these hot mermaids teach you how to swim?" asked Patrick.
    "H-hot?" stammered Minty, turning red again. Dekay glared at her.
    "Well, you could always ask the witch," said Bella. "She might be able to be able to brew you up a spell to help you swim."
    "I'm not going to see no witch," shouted Dekay.
    "Herbalist," called a voice from behind them, up where the shore met the meadow.
    "We surrounded," gasped Dekay.
    A red headed witch with a basket of flowers on her back and followed by cats came toward them.
    "You know, it's really offensive when you gossip about me and use archaic slurs like 'witch'," the witch glared haughtily at the mermaids. She turned back toward Dekay.
    " Zinniavanilla herbalist and flower specialist, at your service," she said, bowing with a dramatic flourish. The cats also bowed.

    To be continued two years from now...

    Has minty done these before cuz it says chapter 4 at the top

    Yes. XD

    Ok
  • DeKayDeKay Posts: 66,380 Member
    Lyoufln wrote: »
    The Boat Fic
    Chapter 4
    Dekay, Dylan, Patrick, and Kyle had now been living comfortably on the island for months now. Years, really, but saying 24 months sounds a lot longer than two years. Have you ever noticed that? Like if someone were to tell you "Oh, I gave birth in less than a year", you'd be like "Wow, that was quick!" But if they said to you "I was pregnant for 10 months", you'd be like "Dang, that is a long time for a parasite to be eating half your food while sitting on your bladder."
    Anyway!
    It was getting to be dinnertime, and everyone's tummy was rumbling. While eating nothing but seafood and tropical fruits may sound luxurious, Dekay was longing for a Ninja burger and Yuzu Fizz from McDonald's.
    "I'm so sick of being on this island," she whined as they headed down to the shoreline to catch their dinner.
    Dylan rolled his eyes.
    "Well, maybe if you knew how to swim, we could finally leave."
    "Are you suggesting that we could just swim home," snapped Dekay. "Also, I thought you were one of the ones that couldn't swim?"
    "I don't know, and I'm too lazy to check," replied Dylan.
    "What," said Dekay.
    "What," said Dylan.
    "Look, it doesn't matter who could swim and who couldn't when the cruise ship flipped upside down a la The Poseidon Adventure," said Patrick. "We taught that person to swim, it's just you that's holding up the storyline now, Dekay."
    "The what," said Dekay.
    "Yoo-hoo," called a voice from the rocks. "We can teach you how to swim."
    "What the h e c c," shouted Dekay, stumbling back into Kyle.
    To everyone's surprise, there were two mermaids sitting on the rocks.
    "Don't be afraid," the first called again. "This definitely isn't like this creepy scene in Peter Pan." She was a tall and beautiful college student, with a long, elegant dolphinesque tail. "I'm bellagorilla ."
    "We won't hurt you," echoed the other one. She was chubby and middled aged and appeared to be half sea lion, or possibly manatee. She went scarlet as she leered at Patrick, who was now shirtless. Because all the guys were now shirtless, their shirts had disintegrated.
    "Who's the thirst queen," asked Dekay.
    "Her," Bella said, shrugging. "I don't know. She keeps on calling me her Auntie Minty, but we are not related," she emphasized.
    "Ok, well, I know you're lying Bella, because I can see the weirdo crossing her fingers behind her back."
    "Minty!" hissed Bella.
    "I'm sorry," Minty sniffled. "you know I don't like lying!"
    "Haha! She's joking! She's joking," Bella said, while pushing Minty into the ocean. Well, more like trying to, but Minty only slid a little ways down the rocks, in a comedic fashion. "Just get in the water and we'll show you how to swim like us and you'll be eating Samurai burgers in no time!"
    "I wanted Ninja burgers," said Dekay sulkily.
    "Yes, those too," Bella nodded. "Just get in the water."
    "Ew," said Dekay.
    "Dekay, how are we going to get home if you don't let these hot mermaids teach you how to swim?" asked Patrick.
    "H-hot?" stammered Minty, turning red again. Dekay glared at her.
    "Well, you could always ask the witch," said Bella. "She might be able to be able to brew you up a spell to help you swim."
    "I'm not going to see no witch," shouted Dekay.
    "Herbalist," called a voice from behind them, up where the shore met the meadow.
    "We surrounded," gasped Dekay.
    A red headed witch with a basket of flowers on her back and followed by cats came toward them.
    "You know, it's really offensive when you gossip about me and use archaic slurs like 'witch'," the witch glared haughtily at the mermaids. She turned back toward Dekay.
    " Zinniavanilla herbalist and flower specialist, at your service," she said, bowing with a dramatic flourish. The cats also bowed.

    To be continued two years from now...

    How long has this been going on? :open_mouth:

    Since 2017. :D
    My origin ID: DeKaythePUNK
    GJ8O0oa.gif
  • Cavapoo_KingCavapoo_King Posts: 4,888 Member
    edited September 30
    44 pages to go🥳🎉


    DeKay wrote: »
    Lyoufln wrote: »
    The Boat Fic
    Chapter 4
    Dekay, Dylan, Patrick, and Kyle had now been living comfortably on the island for months now. Years, really, but saying 24 months sounds a lot longer than two years. Have you ever noticed that? Like if someone were to tell you "Oh, I gave birth in less than a year", you'd be like "Wow, that was quick!" But if they said to you "I was pregnant for 10 months", you'd be like "Dang, that is a long time for a parasite to be eating half your food while sitting on your bladder."
    Anyway!
    It was getting to be dinnertime, and everyone's tummy was rumbling. While eating nothing but seafood and tropical fruits may sound luxurious, Dekay was longing for a Ninja burger and Yuzu Fizz from McDonald's.
    "I'm so sick of being on this island," she whined as they headed down to the shoreline to catch their dinner.
    Dylan rolled his eyes.
    "Well, maybe if you knew how to swim, we could finally leave."
    "Are you suggesting that we could just swim home," snapped Dekay. "Also, I thought you were one of the ones that couldn't swim?"
    "I don't know, and I'm too lazy to check," replied Dylan.
    "What," said Dekay.
    "What," said Dylan.
    "Look, it doesn't matter who could swim and who couldn't when the cruise ship flipped upside down a la The Poseidon Adventure," said Patrick. "We taught that person to swim, it's just you that's holding up the storyline now, Dekay."
    "The what," said Dekay.
    "Yoo-hoo," called a voice from the rocks. "We can teach you how to swim."
    "What the h e c c," shouted Dekay, stumbling back into Kyle.
    To everyone's surprise, there were two mermaids sitting on the rocks.
    "Don't be afraid," the first called again. "This definitely isn't like this creepy scene in Peter Pan." She was a tall and beautiful college student, with a long, elegant dolphinesque tail. "I'm bellagorilla ."
    "We won't hurt you," echoed the other one. She was chubby and middled aged and appeared to be half sea lion, or possibly manatee. She went scarlet as she leered at Patrick, who was now shirtless. Because all the guys were now shirtless, their shirts had disintegrated.
    "Who's the thirst queen," asked Dekay.
    "Her," Bella said, shrugging. "I don't know. She keeps on calling me her Auntie Minty, but we are not related," she emphasized.
    "Ok, well, I know you're lying Bella, because I can see the weirdo crossing her fingers behind her back."
    "Minty!" hissed Bella.
    "I'm sorry," Minty sniffled. "you know I don't like lying!"
    "Haha! She's joking! She's joking," Bella said, while pushing Minty into the ocean. Well, more like trying to, but Minty only slid a little ways down the rocks, in a comedic fashion. "Just get in the water and we'll show you how to swim like us and you'll be eating Samurai burgers in no time!"
    "I wanted Ninja burgers," said Dekay sulkily.
    "Yes, those too," Bella nodded. "Just get in the water."
    "Ew," said Dekay.
    "Dekay, how are we going to get home if you don't let these hot mermaids teach you how to swim?" asked Patrick.
    "H-hot?" stammered Minty, turning red again. Dekay glared at her.
    "Well, you could always ask the witch," said Bella. "She might be able to be able to brew you up a spell to help you swim."
    "I'm not going to see no witch," shouted Dekay.
    "Herbalist," called a voice from behind them, up where the shore met the meadow.
    "We surrounded," gasped Dekay.
    A red headed witch with a basket of flowers on her back and followed by cats came toward them.
    "You know, it's really offensive when you gossip about me and use archaic slurs like 'witch'," the witch glared haughtily at the mermaids. She turned back toward Dekay.
    " Zinniavanilla herbalist and flower specialist, at your service," she said, bowing with a dramatic flourish. The cats also bowed.

    To be continued two years from now...

    How long has this been going on? :open_mouth:

    Since 2017. :D

    Do you think she will ever finish it (if she does it will probably be like 2100)
  • DeKayDeKay Posts: 66,380 Member
    44 pages to go🥳🎉




    Do you think she will ever finish it (if she does it will probably be like 2100)

    A fic can go on forever. XD So I'd say never.

    I was looking back at old posts that had "Dylan Kyle" in it cuz the original KyKay fic didn't have Patrick in it and I found this post. LOL. I'M DEAD.

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    My origin ID: DeKaythePUNK
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  • mintycupcakemintycupcake Posts: 12,551 Member
    Lyoufln wrote: »
    The Boat Fic
    Chapter 4

    Dekay, Dylan, Patrick, and Kyle had now been living comfortably on the island for months now. Years, really, but saying 24 months sounds a lot longer than two years. Have you ever noticed that? Like if someone were to tell you "Oh, I gave birth in less than a year", you'd be like "Wow, that was quick!" But if they said to you "I was pregnant for 10 months", you'd be like "Dang, that is a long time for a parasite to be eating half your food while sitting on your bladder."
    Anyway!
    It was getting to be dinnertime, and everyone's tummy was rumbling. While eating nothing but seafood and tropical fruits may sound luxurious, Dekay was longing for a Ninja burger and Yuzu Fizz from McDonald's.
    "I'm so sick of being on this island," she whined as they headed down to the shoreline to catch their dinner.
    Dylan rolled his eyes.
    "Well, maybe if you knew how to swim, we could finally leave."
    "Are you suggesting that we could just swim home," snapped Dekay. "Also, I thought you were one of the ones that couldn't swim?"
    "I don't know, and I'm too lazy to check," replied Dylan.
    "What," said Dekay.
    "What," said Dylan.
    "Look, it doesn't matter who could swim and who couldn't when the cruise ship flipped upside down a la The Poseidon Adventure," said Patrick. "We taught that person to swim, it's just you that's holding up the storyline now, Dekay."
    "The what," said Dekay.
    "Yoo-hoo," called a voice from the rocks. "We can teach you how to swim."
    "What the h e c c," shouted Dekay, stumbling back into Kyle.
    To everyone's surprise, there were two mermaids sitting on the rocks.
    "Don't be afraid," the first called again. "This definitely isn't like this creepy scene in Peter Pan." She was a tall and beautiful college student, with a long, elegant dolphinesque tail. "I'm bellagorilla ."
    "We won't hurt you," echoed the other one. She was chubby and middled aged and appeared to be half sea lion, or possibly manatee. She went scarlet as she leered at Patrick, who was now shirtless. Because all the guys were now shirtless, their shirts had disintegrated.
    "Who's the thirst queen," asked Dekay.
    "Her," Bella said, shrugging. "I don't know. She keeps on calling me her Auntie Minty, but we are not related," she emphasized.
    "Ok, well, I know you're lying Bella, because I can see the weirdo crossing her fingers behind her back."
    "Minty!" hissed Bella.
    "I'm sorry," Minty sniffled. "you know I don't like lying!"
    "Haha! She's joking! She's joking," Bella said, while pushing Minty into the ocean. Well, more like trying to, but Minty only slid a little ways down the rocks, in a comedic fashion. "Just get in the water and we'll show you how to swim like us and you'll be eating Samurai burgers in no time!"
    "I wanted Ninja burgers," said Dekay sulkily.
    "Yes, those too," Bella nodded. "Just get in the water."
    "Ew," said Dekay.
    "Dekay, how are we going to get home if you don't let these hot mermaids teach you how to swim?" asked Patrick.
    "H-hot?" stammered Minty, turning red again. Dekay glared at her.
    "Well, you could always ask the witch," said Bella. "She might be able to be able to brew you up a spell to help you swim."
    "I'm not going to see no witch," shouted Dekay.
    "Herbalist," called a voice from behind them, up where the shore met the meadow.
    "We surrounded," gasped Dekay.
    A red headed witch with a basket of flowers on her back and followed by cats came toward them.
    "You know, it's really offensive when you gossip about me and use archaic slurs like 'witch'," the witch glared haughtily at the mermaids. She turned back toward Dekay.
    " Zinniavanilla herbalist and flower specialist, at your service," she said, bowing with a dramatic flourish. The cats also bowed.

    To be continued two years from now...

    How long has this been going on? :open_mouth:

    For 4 chapters.

    It even has a theme song.


    DeKay wrote: »
    I was looking back at old posts that had "Dylan Kyle" in it cuz the original KyKay fic didn't have Patrick in it and I found this post. LOL. I'M DEAD.

    49ZfWQ3.png

    Patrick was in it before, because it was decided you and one of the guys couldn't swim and another guy was needed to rescue both. Although he was added later.
    Origin ID: mintycupcake
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