Wednesday, December 9, 2015

Show 'em Real Team Spirit! Not THAT Much Team Spirit!

"We've got spirit, yes we do, We've got spirit, how 'bout you?" About 8 inches worth apparently!

As per what I wrote in SissyTif's trading folder:
Since you came back, I noticed I don't think I've captioned you in like 4 1/2 years. Figured I could fix that in one fell swoop. Luckily I was reading your prefs while viewing a directory of cheerleaders, so this is what I came up with. I assume this was how I got you to come to my tea parties when I was a little girl! That or you secretly LIKE being Tiffany from time to time!
It was fun to make as I don't usually do temporary transformations, though it is alluded that it happens fairly regularly. With temp situations, the drama can be built on the "when?" part of the equation, as opposed to other more standard plot driven points. Is the main character changing INTO a girl at the worst possible time, or changing BACK into a guy at an inopportune time? Plus since the protagonist knows they will be back to their normal self, they can actually try to enjoy the experience as much as their psyche will allow them to do so.

Notice that I don't seem to have any sort of compulsion spell added to the change. I thought it would be nice to add that in as well, since he is doing it to help out his sister .. perhaps she is on the squad too and someone got pregnant or expelled or something. I wonder if the timing of when it ends had to do with Aaron saying, "I want to be her as little as possible. We eat Thanksgiving at 2 PM with the entire family and I want to be Aaron when I eat!" but the game is running long. Perhaps Aaron has been Amber for the week, giving him enough time to learn the routines?

Don't you love when you can ruminate on a caption and draw out things you might not have seen originally? Many captions can just make you day dream, and who doesn't need a feminine distraction now and again? Especially as a cheerleader!

My high school had horrible flannel / wool or what seemed like that for the cheerleading squad. What sucked even worse was the teams I played on (soccer, baseball, and one year wrestling) never had cheerleaders! We were lucky if most parents showed up to the games!

DISCUSSION QUESTION: If you could go back in time to your High School days and be female, completely female, what type of girl would you be? Band Athlete, Nerd and/or Geek, Goth, Gamer, Cheerleader, Preppy, Stoner Burnout, Bad Ass, Posh, Daddy's Princess, something else? More than one? Let us know what type of High School girl you'd like to be?


  1. i hope Arron brought a set of male clothes alone with him.
    I Can not think of any one girl and we did not have such defined sets over here, but there was the short skirts they had for netball and hockey. maybe i well just go back for that.

  2. Fun cap, that potion of yours should be for real.

    Groups weren't that defined over here either.
    While we didn't have cheerleaders when I was attending the Dutch equivalent of High School, we did have "Dansmarietjes" as we call majorettes. I think I would like to be one of those. I know I'm not the only one facinated by them. Steffiemariechen choose her name because of the German version, "Tanzmariechen" if memoriy serves me right. I hope she's okay by the way.

    Ooh Ian, a hockey girl, now that would be a blast also, assuming you mean what they call field hockey on the other side of the pond. Though I have to admit, as I am now I could only pull of the looks of a female ice hockey player ;)

    1. Yes i am in the same boat and even then would have to wear one of the goal keepers masks.