Halloween Special: Costume (Hulk TF)As Cooper walked to the front door of the house, he remembered the conversation he had with his friend just a few days before.
“I 100% forgot it was a costume party dude,” he said, adjusting his slick rectangular glasses. He was scrolling through his phone, trying to find a costume. “What the hell am I gonna do?”
His friend Nick held his own costume, Captain America, in his hands. “If you try to order something online it won’t come in time, and the costume shops around here sold out of all the adult sizes for everything.”
“I fucking know, that’s why I’m freaking out. This is supposed to be Milena’s first Halloween college party and I don’t even have a costume.”
Nick sat down and thought about it for a while before making a suggestion. “The Hulk.”
At that, Cooper looked away from his phone. “Seriously? How am I supposed to do that?”
Nick grinned. “You just paint yourself green and
In Full Moon (Hulk TF) PART 2It was late at night. There’s a legend in the town that says if you stay out at a certain time on the night of a full moon, you might be an unlucky (or very lucky) male that will change in the night.
The second part of that legend, which seems to be lost except for a few elders that retell every night without fail, is that if you are another young male roaming out there under that full moon, and you happen to come close enough to the changed male, you might change too.
Someone was about to find that out.
Another young man, a college freshman at age 18, was at the park near his university. He liked to walk in the late afternoon, usually alone, in a dark blue hoodie and some gray shorts. His short, straight, blond hair was untouched and unstyled. His blue eyes darted towards the direction of a sound, a thump that shook the ground more than it made noise. He got cautious, as his relatively skinny build seemed to make him look like an easy target for whoever in the night.
His name wa
Important Test - Dog TF/TG [FtM] [Commission]All the chit-chattering died down as soon as the middle-aged man stepped inside the room. He glanced at the vast arrays of seats and puffed his chest, clearing his throat to make sure any leftovers of conversations would die down. Everyone glared at him, and silence hung in the air. Then, as if to protest against the quietness, the sound returned. There were no voices this time around. Instead, that was the noise of papers and notebooks being shoved inside backpacks -- of students throwing their notes away as fast as humanly possible. That was the sound of a young college student clutching her head in disbelief, trying to calm down her beating heart.
Olivia stared at everyone else in the room before aiming her eyes at the professor. He stood at the end of the room, which better resembled an auditorium of sorts than an actual classroom. Olivia stood at the far end of the place, sitting on a desk that was nearly glued to the wall. To her, that was the better area in the room. There was a
A Happier life (Anthro Eevee TF/TG) It was a horrible day for the 38-year-old Eric; he lost his job, his fiance dumped him for a man she was sleeping with, in secret, and he was kicked out of his apartment because the landlord thought he could not find a job on his own.
He silently seethed in rage as the rain patted on his car's windshield, driving, he couldn't help but think about what went wrong. He had done everything right in life, and yet in just a few months, everything went straight to hell, and now he had no idea what to do.
It was during this that the hood of his car started to smoke; Eric cursed at himself and pulled over. He got out and swore to himself as the rain battered down on him; he opened the hood only to be met with smoke. Looking inside, he saw that the radiator was the one giving off the smoke. Eric cursed and took out his phone to call a tow-truck, but to his dismay, his phone was dead.
In a fit of rage, he threw his
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Misty stretched as she stepped inside her gym, watching the door unlock with a flick of her wrist. The early morning light penetrated the windows, sunlight mirrored on the pools below. The gym leader yawned. She was tired, and without allowing herself a moment to relax, she marched onwards. The gym wouldn't open until the sun was higher in the sky, but Misty needed to ready herself. Battling trainers was no easy task, and without taking proper care of your Pokémon -- or yourself -- it could get exhausting quite fast.
She walked without realizing she was moving, the twenty-something woman losing herself amidst countless thoughts. Misty reminisced of her past -- her travels alongside old friends. It'd been years since she last ventured outside of the Kanto Region, and in her head, the gym leader assured herself that such a situation wouldn't change anytime soon. She had a gym to attend to, after all. Nevertheless, Misty cou