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Yesterday, 08:29 PMWell, I don't know what use I could do at this point since most of the relevant things has been posted. Perhaps I could try do an elaborate observations?
Ace is crudely right what the school hallways is. Yeah, the corridor walls are often used for forming long arrays of lockers, wheras the pattern could occasionally be broken for doors. Although, those corridors of lockers might intersect or end with other corridors that isn't dedicated for lockers. Instead they are featuring doors that often has a pinboard next to them, with this and this serving as a good example. Sometimes they can even appear to be completely flat.
The public sample of the incentive "Disaster Dominoes" gives a peak on Mike's room and the kitchen. The sample also features a classroom.
The following things I've written is not as relevant to the topic and might be hard to follow, but I think it's noteworthy. It appears most of the homes within the neighborhood seems to be of a standardized layout. It wouldn't be surprising since it's typical for a block to consist of an array of identical dwellings. Abbey's, Paulo's and Mike's house demonstrates this consistency.
Let us start with Abbey's house. In "Rising Temperature" the main entrance is located on the left of the building. The entrance room also serves as a living room since it has a couch next to the front door. It's remarkable the couch is located there and not infront of the TV though. Here's an optional view seen from the stair. The staircase itself is built into the left wall, which gives it a location that lies toward the front door. Further into the living room is likely to be the entrance to the kitchen and a place for Janet to perform her work on the Pacintosh.
Paulo's home is similar. One notable difference is that Paulo's dad has made a more intelligent (and ergonomic) placement of the couch by having it infront of the TV. The couch can be seen placed alongside of the staircase (It's also shown on the first page of "In Deep"). Yet again there appears be an entry to the kitchen next to the livingroom. Although, there appears to be another separate entry that features rounded corners. It would be slightly funny since it appears to be another kitchen (or that they got a really large one). I'll just assume it to be an overlook.
When we comes to Mike's home, the same pattern repeats. To the left there is a staircase along the wall. This page shows the couch and the TV is arranged in the same manner as in Paulo's home. It also shows the kitchen location is the same as in Abbey's and respectively Paulo's home.
Of the three mentioned houses, all of them can be assumed to have a similar second floor. All of the kids has their own room upstairs.
Lucy's home is different since the staircase's direction has been basically rotated 180 degrees, which is for example seen here and here.
15 May 2013 - 02:56 PMIn excellent condition, albeit dead. Although, if radiation of space had actually made her invisible, then Mike would have been totally so into getting fucked in the ass.
Since Lucy actually has the power of invisibility during the winters, she could take a superhot picture of herself and use it to tempt Mike into visiting the glacier she lives at. Sandy won't be as fortunate since her hair and eye color is really dark. Instead, she takes advantage of her Asian heritage and starts training ninjutsu. She learns how to perfectly blend into the shadows in her shinobi shōzoku, granting her just like Lucy an impression of invisibility. The next thing Sandy does is to sneak visit Mike when it's night. In the darkness Mike can only hear and feel Sandy.
Mike will become super-conflicted over the two invisible love interests. The girls are ultimately forced to share him. They come to term that during the day Mike is Lucy's, but when it's night he's Sandy's.
15 May 2013 - 01:13 PMThen they threw a huge party to celebrate the news. Since the reserves for the Lucy tab was no longer needed, it was instead used to fund the celebration.
Giygas said:What's wrong Mike? You didn't want anything to do with her for the last few chapters. Why the change of heart?
You are talking like the previous chapter never happened. Besides, I honestly think the news are in its own respect enough to justify a general shock.
wacko said:Actually, it's not nearly as much of a problem as you might think. Most women who are pregnant for the first time don't start to show their baby bump until 12 to 16 weeks in, and it takes even longer for it to be obvious to others. So theoretically, there could've been a day or two in between Rachel and Jasmine where he could've boinked Lani.
Yay my theory has been saved! The concept of Lani being boozed up and interacting with Paulo is just so delicious. It may be a violation of the law, but it's also only about two and a half mount left for Paulo to become 16 years old. I'm sure they could work it out if they escape to another state. Hail to Paulo×Lani the OTP!
14 May 2013 - 02:13 AMLani appear today to make an historic announcement. She has decided to announce her retirement.
The truth behind her retirement is because Paulo knocked her up. My initial theory was that he kept doing the older ones despite David's words of wisdom. The problem with that theory is just that Paulo's dating spree in "Back and Forth" could had at its height have stretched toward the middle of October. Since it would have been about 11 weeks from then, she would had quite a baby bump. The only logical explanation is that Paulo cheated Jasmine during late November or December. Perhaps Lani was giving Paulo exclusive classes in advanced sex education. Maybe even Paulo got really drunk during the late part of Tess' Christmas party and through the power of blackout somehow ended up at Lani's place.
Although, if it's really about Lucy absences, what would be up with that? I do wonder if Lucy is destined to work her issues out on her own, or if she's going to get help about it. If Lucy is going to be away for a while, then I imagine Paulo would certainly be pretty frustrated about it since he didn't manage to confess to her. Depending on they actually made out, it would presumably frustrate Paulo even more. Mike on the other hand, I don't think he would be as bothered by Lucy being away since he has no urging desire to be with her. I guess he could feel guilty about it, but that would be about it. Atleast they got on better terms which I think is a relief for the both of them.
Supertails said:Those people that Augustus said cared for her are the same ones that Mike convinced her that they didn't care for her. She could choose to trust her own instincts(I really hope she does), but for all we know Lucy could have taken what Mike said to heart.
I don't think Mike convinced Lucy about anything the opposite to what Augustus claimed. Despite she has always been in a happy family, has three pets (which one of them is very supportive and whose she trusts) and a great group of friends – she really only cares about what Mike thinks of her. She did completely disregard what Lily, Zachary, Sue and Paulo told her about that there are people that cares about her. It was more like Lucy who convinced herself nobody cared about her.
14 May 2013 - 02:07 AMThe concept of Mike×Paulo bringing Mike×Sandy, Mike×Lucy and Paulo×Lucy to a complete thwart is one factor that makes it so brilliant. Although, it's kinda like a homo edition of Mike×Lucy. Paulo is just like Lucy insecure and enjoys teasing Mike but is going to stand up for him in the time of dire need. Though, it appears Paulo is gaining more jollies out of Mike whenever he has a stick up is ass. Paulo does however recognize when he has gone too far and wouldn't take Mike for granted to the same extent as Lucy did. Neither has Paulo any severe dependency issues or violent tendencies like Lucy has been known for, so I'd consider him a better bro in general. Mike×Paulo would be so tsundere and yet they would be so close. A life without eachother would simply be unthinkable. Sue has certainly noticed there is something complicated going on between them involving a case of belligerent sexual tension. Indeed, their first night in Acapulco truly was "complicated".
And excuse me bluefox, but Abbey belongs to Augustus. They are the second best homo couple of BCB. Augustus rather sharp tounge igniting Abbey's rather short fuse guarantees the couple's success. Daisy would also be really sad about it since she'd be out of love interests.