Either way, there IS an issue afoot!
I was rooting around, deep into my d'archives, and found this picture I think I saved almost 10 years ago. It was a small set, from dressed to undressed, and it was pleasant enough but hadn't really struck me with anything until today, when I was giving it a bit more of a look. I had never noticed that the schoolbooks she had were for a GED, aka General Educational Development, is what you get if you don't get a high school diploma due to dropping out, or other issues. That gave me an angle, and honestly, the whole punch line came to be right there.
It took me about 3-5 minutes to actually write a story around that punchline, and I hope I made it come around to a complete circle. Kaitlyn is a sweet person, and in my head, he would pick on someone with a learning disability (perhaps she blew her evaluator to give her that prognosis?) so I got to wipe out that possible sin on his part AND trap him in her body/persona at the same time! Seems like a win-win to me .. don't you think so?
I left it open as to who changed him. Could've been the girl's mom or dad, or perhaps the principal or school board. I don't think it really mattered overall. It also could've been magic or technology, depending on how you'd like to view it. I actually don't think I've asked this before, but, do you like it better when the caption is more vague about the details, or do you want everything to be pinned down for you? I wonder this because when writing this one, I wasn't really concerned about the who and how .. and as such I didn't really have an intention either way on those details.
Let me know what you think. Comments are welcome, and I'm still looking for more suggestions as to recent music I might like but have missed somehow!