No. No she does not want to go on a date. She is married, game. MARRIED.
Doris: What can I say? I’m a MILF.
And she’s pregnant again too. Sweet.
So Copper and Zinc go to the theater together as a little bit of cousin bonding.
Instead, Copper goes behind the building and makes enemies with a fairy.
Copper: Yo sissy boy!
Fairy: Dude you’re not even corporeal.
Copper: And then I strapped him to a rocket.
Zinc: But that’ s not nice. D:
And then, you know, someone had to die. It wouldn’t be a light-hearted family outing if no one perished horribly.
Rest in Peace Edward Cullen’s sparkles. You will be missed.
Because this was a nice bonding trip to begin with, Copper decides to take Zinc out on his quest to get a girl for the prom. HI FAIRY DOROTHY. The only teenaged girl happens to be in the same household as my NaNo characters…
I won, NaNo, btw. :3
Copper: Yeah, baby, I’m at your house and you’re not… oh yeah, babe, I’m dangerous. 😉
And here’s the part where I learn that, not only is she registered as an elementary student, but she’s as tall as a young adult, and Copper has the option to flirt with her still.
Glitchy as anything, but they’re going to prom now.
Mirror: You’re still not the fairest.
Copper: But I got a date now!
It’s incredibly adorable when the ghost sleeps in the lover’s bed… Don’t worry, Danny, Vanny will come home to you soon. 😦
Copper: Hey, I have this awesome cell phone…
Doris: If you’re going to snob-brag about something, at least pick something that we aren’t all practically BORN owning. -_-
VANNY! When I said you’d die soon I didn’t mean immediately!
Vanny: I’m coming, Danny!
😦 Potassium and Argon lasted so long that I didn’t even realize how close to dying Vanny even was.
NO LATOSHA. MANGANESE DOES NOT WANT TO DATE HIS SISTER-IN-LAW WHILE HIS MOTHER IS DYING.
I’d already sent Copper out on a date to see if Lucille had de-glitchified after I deleted the school and dropped down a new one. He powered through it like a trooper.
Copper: I never learned to drive, but I apparently have a license for a motorcycle.
Copper: I could work with this. *smirk*
No Copper. No.
So I added her to the household, hoping to find a cure to the glitch. It turns out she still IS a grade schooler, too.
Copper: *pucker up*
Lucille: Well, I’m still like a third-grader, so that’d be all kinds of illegal.
Copper: Hey Dad. Just so you know, there’s going to be a girl sleeping here tonight.
Casper: She is not and will not be pregnant, right?
Copper: Um… no?
Casper: Okay then.
Doris: So baths, right? They suck.
I want them to be friends so that Doris can start a werewolf pack. That’d be cool.
Doris: Vanadium! Why aren’t you here to see the beautiful baby I’m bringing into the world?
And, it looks like I don’t have any pictures of the kid. We’ll see him next time.
Because Lucille is still glitching and I was more focused on the weirdness happening with her.
Suddenly, a birthday, even though she’s still in the middle of her life bar.
Lucille: And now I’m an adult! 😀
I just decided that I would move her out as quick as possible and hope she doesn’t ruin the entire town.
Lucille: Yeah, I have no money and a third grade education… you’ll sell me a house? Awesome!
And then the adults all went away on a free vacation. So they won’t be here for next chapter.
Mirror: Seriously, dude? You need to stop this.