Is it really all that distracting to the driver, or the pedestrians?
This is the caption I made awhile back but hadn't found a person to fill the starring role, as I needed a person that wasn't in the UK and didn't mind being portrayed as a bit of a cross dresser. I actually had Sammie in mind back then but she was in the middle of a captioning sabbatical and not around the Haven. So when she recently came back, I figured it was a bit of luck that I hadn't tried to re-write it and left it the way it was when I had thought about using her as the protagonist.
The process for the story was this .. I loved her legs and the way she presented herself in the photo, but obviously it couldn't be set in the US or any place where they have the steering wheel on the right side of the car. The idea that "She" was learning how to drive all over again appealed to me, and I didn't want a magical caption .. I mean, if she could be changed into a girl magically, why couldn't we just make her already KNOW HOW to drive on the other side of the road? LOGIC! And people think that we just throw these captions together with no rhyme or reason!
Well, I know that I would have a rough time trying to drive on the left side of the road while in the USA passengers side and thought about visiting one of our TG friends in London. From there I just fleshed out the caption as needed. I think that perhaps my psychology might be a little skewed, but my reasoning is the same as the "if you can't reach an itch, scratch someplace else and you'll forget about the first itch!"
Ahhh, those DIY projects. Sorry I didn't get to them last night, but the New England Patriots / Denver Broncos game on Sunday night was an epic comeback in overtime for the home team, and I wasn't done celebrating until after 1 AM and I had to be up at 7 AM to get ready for work. We ended up with 2 submissions, which I did a little bit of work upon to make them grammatically correct or to clarify a storyline. As you can see, there is quite a lot of room for text so you shouldn't fear about writing a couple of paragraphs. As usual, click on the thumbnails for the full sized caption.
First up is Ian ...
.. and the second story comes from Helena.
Props to both for whipping something up to go with the caption setting. I hope to see at least 3 submissions this time around with the framework posted below. If you'd like to make your own and want the original photo, I can try to post it here upon request.
I should be back tomorrow or Wednesday!