True love anime TG caption
true love anime tg caption
“You thieving neko” Edest hissed at Rose.
“It’s not my fault he chose me over you” She stated jeering.
Pain revealed it’s self on Edest face. She then turned around in rage and started to walk of.
Edest then muttered to herself that Rose would eat those wards.
“Muse-kun!” Rose chirped at the sight of her boyfriend.
“Aw, Rose-chan.” Muse said dreamily “Wait” Muse shook his head to clear his mind “you should be in class right now.”
“And you should be in class as well” Rose slyly said.
“Then if we are both playing hooky lets do it together” Muse flirted
Rose then nodded her head in agreement and they wandered the school. Right before class ended they found them self behind the school where they had more privacy.
“Muse” Rose said bushing and fidgeting
“Rose” he replied just as equally red and nervous
Edest then looked down from the w
TG Caption This: Careful what you wish for, sister
It not like I wanted to go to the meteor shower. Dante, my 'friend' who happens to also be a recent transfer student, dragged me to it. The kid had issues, trudging me outside when he knew that I didn't like big crowds or big festivals, which wasn't exactly news that he hadn't heard already. So a bunch of pieces of ice and dirt passed by the earth without blowing it up. Whoop-dee-freakin'-doo. I can hear you now, "but Hiro, these comets only go by once every thousand years! You could even make a wish on them and it could be granted!"
No, no thank you. Wishes backfire horribly. It's not like you go up to a genie and get away scot-free with every wish. There's always a catch because the universe is a huge jerkass. There's no such thing as instant gratification either, or happy endings. I decided this after the school was forced to put a huge fence around the roof of the school, and I saw it. That wasn't a cheap chain-link fence either. They even put barbed wire at th
TG Caption This: A Ride on the School Girl's Bus!
They all stood together ready to board the buses in front of them. The students had risen early, eager for a break from their school work, to go on the annual leadership camp. This had been organized with the intention to strengthen existing bonds within the group and also to make new ones. In the mass of students all the usual stereotypes could be found; geeks, gamers, the tryhards … everyone you could think of was there, but then there was Liam. He was the only person who stood out from the crowd, but didn't at the same time. He had placed himself beneath a tree, he wasn't popular just a self-imposed loner. But as we know, things can always change…
From his position, Liam could hear his Year Level Co-ordinators talking:
Maths Teacher: “...There are 64 seats to each bus.”
Sports Teacher: “But we have two, don’t we?”
Maths Teacher: “Yes, but we planned to keep the genders separate.”
Sports Teacher: “I don’t get what you&