salut from beautiful british columbia :-)
sometimes i forget nariel is a ship not a character
it can be a character
their love child
how would he look
like a hot pirate but with super long hair and a really graceful body
DO YOU FEEL IT
LONG SILVER HAIR LIKE DADDY BUT DARK GREY EYES AND HE TALKS LIKE PAPA AND IT ANNOYS DADDY KINDA BUT WHATEVER AND HES GOT DADDYS HOT BODY AND PAPAS TIGHT BUT
AND HE SORT OF FLOWS WHEN HE WALKS BUT HE TRIES TO SWAGGER AMD ITS JUST ADORABLE
AND HIS VOICE IS LIKE SILK SO HE IS EVERY GIRLS HOT PIRATE FANTASY AND HE HAS LONG EYELASHES AND FULL LIPS AND POUTS A LOT
AND HE LIKES TO WEAR PIRATEY CLOTHES BUT DADDY MAKES HIM WEAR REALLY PREPPY STUFF AND HES JUST LIKE 'NO YOU DONT UNDERSTAND
PAPA SECRETLY GETS HIM PIRATE CLOTHES ESPECIALLY POOFY SHIRTS U KNOW NARIEL LOVES THEM HE FEELS FREE
BUT HE STICKS TO TIGHT PANTS BECAUSE DAMN HE KNOWS HES FINE
YES OMFG IM CHEERING I LOVE THIS
AND HE LOVES ICECREAM
AND HE EATS REALLY MESSY
AND DADDY TUTS BUT PAPA IS JUST SO PROUD AND NARIEL JUST GRINS LIKE A LITTLE SHIT UNTIL THEY BUY HIM MORE
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» Theatre Illuminata by Lisa Mantchev «
Enter Stage Right
Beatrice Shakespeare Smith (Bertie): Our heroine.
Nate: A dashing pirate who will do anything to protect Bertie.
Cobweb, Moth, Mustardseed, and Peaseblossom: Four tiny, mischievous fairies, and Bertie’s loyal sidekicks.
Ariel: A seductive air spirit. Disaster follows in his wake, but Bertie simply cannot resist him.
Welcome to the Théâtre Illuminata, where the characters of every play ever written can be found behind the curtain. The actors are bound to the Théâtre by The Book, an ancient and magical tome of scripts. Bertie is not one of the actors, but they are her family. And she is about to lose them all because The Book has been threatened, and along with it the Théâtre. It’s the only home Bertie has ever known, and she has to find a way to save it. But first, there’s the small problem of two handsome men, both vying for her attention. The course of true love never did run smooth.