Discussion in 'Author Discussions' started by Cylo, Nov 12, 2022.
Aannnythinggg…Let your imaginations run wild
How wild I just imagine some time what happen if I destroy the whole earth and go to another place
mortar and pestle
Julius Euclius x Shiba Miyuki
Their daughter shall be named Vivy.
Left shoe x right shoe
Always chasing after one another and can only be together when they're no longer of use.
He was the Kool-aid man, she was Mrs. Butterworth... It was a forbidden love that came to an end the night Mr. Butterworth found his wife and his bed soaked in red Kool-aid.
Romeo Juliet is the quintessential tragic love bedtime story for girlfriend, as evidenced by its countless stagings and numerous film adaptations.
Romeo and Juliet... all-time favorite.
Random Love-Story Pairings... I'll just make some up, because all the one's I have seen or read mostly fit into the last criteria.
- "Sleeper" and Bed: Sleeper's story is about stress and overwork, while Bed wants to keep themselves as comfortable for Sleeper as possible. Add in the struggle for Sleeper to leave Bed every morning, while Bed keeps of trying to hold onto Sleeper for as long as possible.
- Shirt & Pants: in a poly-relationship with each other with Pants also in a physical relationship with Panties and Shirt in a physical relationship with Bra. But their only emotional relation is with each other, particularly after they bonded from being thrown together on the floor. Dress, meanwhile, is perfectly happy being alone, but keeps on getting dragged out into dates and events alongside Panties and Bra, and barely knows Shirt and Pants, even from the closet.
- Atoms/Molecules: Stable Molecules are in happy relationships, while Reactive Molecules are in relationships that have clear self-destructive trigger points. If more than two Atoms make up a Molecule, then that that relationship is larger than a pairing, while single atom structures are single, regularly happy about it. For example, Diamond is happier being single than they would be in a relationship, and get's along great with their sibling/cousin/other familial relation Graphite, who's nice enough but a bit flaky and secretly unwilling to actually try dating. "Foof", aka Dioxygen difluoride or O2F2, is a chemical that is known to not like existing as Foof very much, but that Chemistry Researchers keep making mostly so that they can state that they have. As such, Foof has the relationship that detonates within ten seconds, but that other's keep on trying to get together because "they'd look so cute together", "it'll be funny" and other, similar, reasons.
- Person & Themselves: of which I've pretty much have only heard of two versions. The more common is the Vanity or One Body Version, which is the Narcissus myth & it's variations, where someone falls in love with themselves/their reflection or are just outright Vain enough to stop caring about others. The second is the "in love with themselves, but not themselves", or the Multiple Body & Minds Version, which has a bit of possible variation. People being reincarnated to find themselves in a relationship with who they used to be, or that story where God has a discussion with a guy who just died about the fact there's only a singular soul in what we recognise as existence that's running through it repeatedly in order for it to mature and be born as God's child, before sending the soul back to be born as a Chinese girl from before he was born.
- Girl & Boy, Boy & Boy or Girl & Girl: The stereotypical love-story relationship pairing fits into one of those first three, most commonly the first one.
farmer and high-status student. even better if it's BL / GL and in a historical timeline.
angst ah! tragedy ah!
I very much like all of these pairings.
I entered a pit. I'm not sure why but I want to read this bizarre ideas.
Romeo and Juliet all over cool and classic.
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