Bit of a late start, sorry about that. I know I said 1800, but had a minor snafu with dinner, so I'll have to go make some- probably just throw togther a couple sandwiches or something. Sorry about last weekend, not sure what happened there. Had a monster headache, ended up going to bed right after I canned the run and slept for about ten hours. Anyway, archive here: http://suptg.thisisnotatrueending.com/archive.html?tags=Strike%20witches%201989++The girls have been in bed better than an hour, and at this point you're mostly sure they're actually asleep. You've got the TV on down low in the background, a program on the 501st Joint Fighter Wing out of Castle Barin during the war, while you sit at the dining room table with the three witches in your life, all of you, by some unspoken agreement, there to discuss the recent news. "So you're sure?" You repeat for what seems like the third time. "Very." Ice affirms with a nod, looking over at Katya, who shares the nod. "We both... checked." Katya says, picking up for Ice. "We are as sure as we can be at this stage." "So what does this mean? Besides the obvious, I mean." You ask, taking a drink. "Right now?" Ice asks, and you nod. "Nothing, really. I mean- besides-" She kind of trails off. 1/2
"What she is trying to say is it will not affect her ability to lead... or fight, should that be necessary." Katya fills in. "At least for a month, perhaps longer." "After that?" You ask. "After that, most likely I'll be recalled by the coven and placed on the temporary inactive list." Ice explains. "And Rachel will get command until I come back." "Assuming they don't just reduce our staffing to peacetime levels and start transferring people out." Rachel adds. "It's not like they haven't done that before." "Well, right." Ice agrees, nodding. "Assuming they leave the staffing alone, I'll be out a couple of months, plus maternity leave-" "Which will be shorter if Wendy is your handmaiden or whatever the brits call it." Rachel says, looking at Ice. Ice hesitates. "She's-" "Don't tell me you're thinking of telling her no." Rachel says, her voice flat. "Bullshit everyone else, don't try to bullshit me." "Well-" Ice starts, then looks at each of you. "You can't say she's not helpful!" She huffs, apparently not seeing the expressions she wanted to. "Too helpful." Rachel says. "Tabby, that girl was abused as hell and don't try and say she wasn't. She's just glad you're not treating her like something you'd scrape off the bottom of your boot." "Look, either way it's not what we're talking about right now." Ice says. "What should we do about..." She pauses, moving her hands vaguely. "This?"  What do you mean what should we do?  Well, I mean, it's obvious, I'll have to take responsibility.  I think we need to think about this all some before we make any decisions.
>>42334984>[X] Well, I mean, it's obvious, I'll have to take responsibility.
>>42334984> Well, I mean, it's obvious, I'll have to take responsibility.
>>42334984>[x] Well, I mean, it's obvious, I'll have to take responsibility.Gonna definitely need a house. Best night of the week!
>>42334984>[ ] Celebrate. Grab some drinks.
>>42334984> Well, I mean, it's obvious, I'll have to take responsibility."So when do I take responsibility with you other two?"
>>42334984> Well, I mean, it's obvious, I'll have to take responsibility."The problem is, should i tell my parents now.... Pa will chewed me out for this"
>>42334984>Aww shit I'll have to buy a minivan won't I? > Well, I mean, it's obvious, I'll have to take responsibility.
>>42334984> Well, I mean, it's obvious, I'll have to take responsibility.RESPONSIBLE PARENT
>>42334984>[x] Well, I mean, it's obvious, I'll have to take responsibility.<< It's Time. >>
>>42334984> What do you mean what should we do? > Well, I mean, it's obvious, I'll have to take responsibility.>"Probably get a house, look up parental plans, Does Covens offer anything?">Internally Panic
>>42334984> Well, I mean, it's obvious, I'll have to take responsibility."Rachel told me were gonna need a house im thinking a big one."
>>42334984>>42335292 Pretty much this. Also why are the girls going back to bed? It's the morning and they just woke up ?
>>42334930>a program on the 501st Joint Fighter Wing out of Castle BarinUS-made or Japan-made?
>>42334984>>42335292This>>42335686>i-it's n-not like I wore the a-aviators j-just for you Young-san>BAKA
[x] Well, I mean, it's obvious, I'll have to take responsibility. You shrug. "I mean, it's pretty obvious to me, I'll take responsibility." Slider gives you that look again. "Duh, we knew that already." She says. "Not like you'd have gotten away anyway. We mean what do we plan to do about, you know, living arrangements." Katya nods. "I am sure the coven will be more than happy to be providing something." She says. "But it is also meaning we are in their debt, at least for a time." "It's not like we're in bad shape with money." Ice points out. "Especially right now, we've got money if we want get a place somewhere, maybe out in the country some?" "Too early to be talking about that anyway." Slider points out. "What we need to be worried about is what if we're not sent home soon, and you've gotta head back to the states inactive before we go home, what we're going to do with the girls, especially Anya, and how we want to announce this." "Announce it?" You ask. Ice nods. "The covens like to be notified about things like this." She says. "Weddings, pregnancies, that kind of thing. It's not like we have to, but it's considered being polite." "Announcing your personal affairs is polite?" You ask. "Sure, when you're tracked like we are." Slider says. "I mean, we're not treated like livestock, but-" "But the covens can be intrusive if they want to be." Ice says, speaking over Slider. You get the feeling it's a conversation they've had before. "It's usually not a big deal, but..." "But you're the last Romanov, and I'm... me." You say, searching for the right word to describe yourself. She nods. "Exactly. The coven doesn't know about the Romanov part-""Yet." Slider interjects. Ice nods again. 1/2
"Yet. It'll come out sooner or later, I'm sure. But your kids?" She looks at you. "Especially your kids with a witch? that's going to be a big deal." "What if they're boys? I wouldn't mind a son, you know." You say. Katya and Ice both laugh, and you frown. "What, I say something funny?" Katya nods. "Witches are tending to have girls." She says. "With you, it is likely any child of ours will be a witch herself." "Mom had three sons before Jess came along." You point out. "I mean, that happens, but it's unusual." Ice says. "I think you need to settle with the fact that you're probably going to have daughters." "And no sons." You say. "Does that bother you?" Slider asks.  Kind of.  Not really, I guess. Just pointing it out.
>>42335906[x] Not really, I guess. Just pointing it out.
>>42335751Narrated by Tim Pigott-Smith or laurence Olivier?>>42335744SWQ is a romcom now?!>>42335906> Not really, I guess. Just pointing it out.It's not like it's an issue. Unless, you know, somebody else without tact points it out.
>>42335906> Not really, I guess. Just pointing it out.
>>42335906 Not really, I guess. Just pointing it out.It's not BAD. Just a fact.
>>42335906>[x] Not really, I guess. Just pointing it out.Opportune moment for the TV program to mention just how many daughters Young had or something
>>42335906"i would like to have one son to name after my grandfather he's one of the reasons im a pilot."
>>42335906> Kind of.Pissing against the wind. This seems most in character.
>>42335906> Kind of.
>>42335906> Not really, I guess. Just pointing it out.Normally, a son would be nice. but in a world where witches are considered top of the food chain, chances are the whole "Eldest son gets the estate" deal is not as prominent or important.
>>42335906>[x] Not really, I guess. Just pointing it out.We can teach out daughters how to shoot, fly planes and other things anyway.
>>42336003I'll support this.
>>42335906>[x] Not really, I guess. Just pointing it out.>>42336003Unless It's with Ice, then he's getting named after her dad.
>>42335906>[X] Kind of....just a little.
if witches normally give birth to girls. I'm surprised something like a witch breeding ground didn't crop up?
>>42336231It may have happened before, remember when we came back from visiting Putin and the ONI guys asked us if Putin had a witch breeding program?
>>42335906>Kind ofKind of feel sorry for Frank if surrounded by only woman. He already has 2, possibly three daughters
>>42336231It'd be devilishly hard to force a coven to do something like that from the outside, I'd assume. And if it was an internal sort of thing, I doubt it'd ever be mentioned
I wonder what Konstantina would have to say about all this.
>>42336360>Wringing her hands on her blanket, cursing Comrade Stork for failing to deliver
>>42336360I think she would want 'a few' children.
>>42336360Wailing in despair? Do something stupid?
>>42336469>A fewdefine pls
>>42336639He probably meant 'enough that the borscht supply will not be at a shortage'.
>>42336639Remember how Minna got enough daughters for a whole wing?Konnie will want a whole aviation Division.
>tfw you have a real gunny bear
>>42336849Where did you get that.WHERE.
>>42336866http://www.bearforcesamerica.com/all-products/marine-corps-desert-marine-pattern-camo-male-mini-bear.htmlI bought it at NAS Patuxent River Naval Air Museum, though. Got to see the F-32.
>>42336849>Not ACU pattern5/10 would have to change uniforms first
>>42336917Her smile is truly invincible, isn't it?
I wonder if Putin is a fan of the village people?
>>42337110I always forget how fat she is, even compared to the fatty Raptor
>>42337266Yeah, it had surprised me.
>>42337110>>42337297I remember a comment about how the X-32 had too many hotwings as an explanation for her goofy smile.
>>42335906>[x] Not really, I guess. Just pointing it out.>>Internally cry as your dreams of having a totally awesome aviator son are dashed.yay best night of the week. c:
>>42337336Definitely seems that way.
>>42337430Oh look, a viking.
>>42337430Especially compared to the Skyhawk.
>>42337455>Skyhawks in Ace Combat never again
>>42337508>reminder that Tornado never because Panavia is a licensing jew
>>42335906>[x] Kind of. >>42336049ANd this.
>>42337425>>>Internally cry as your dreams of having a totally awesome aviator son are dashed.>dreams of aviator son are dashed>instead get an operator son, leading multinational SF team
>>42337611Rainbow, TF141 or TF88?
>>42337611>>instead get operator son, leading multinational SF team>watch as he becomes the steely-eyed badass that you've always known that he'd become>internally cry as you attend his wedding as he marries one of the witches on his team>become grandfather to many little witches
>>42337648One of those doesn't deserve to be mentioned, its not the first, or the last, I'll let you figure out which though.
>>42337648Hopefully TF88, TF141 has some bad blood about it.
>>42337698>>42337682>>42337669>tfw the team becomes XCOM
>handmaiden WendyPls no. We're trying to break her (heh) habit of calling us Sir, Mister and being formal with us. Now she's going to call us Master Bishop.
[x] Not really, I guess. Just pointing it out. You shrug. "Not really, I guess, just pointing it out. But," You add, before anyone can say anything else. "If I do have a son, I'd like to name him after my grandfather. I'd have never been a pilot if not for him." "I don't have a problem with that." Slider says. "But don't get your hopes up, the odds aren't in your favor there." "So what you're saying is we'll have to try a lot?" You ask, grinning at her. "I'm saying-" She pauses, realizing what you said. "Ha-ha, Frank." "I mean, if you're volunteering....." You continue, grin still plastered to your face. "I am thinking it is perhaps someone else's turn to try." Katya says, breaking into the conversation. "Or perhaps someone's turn to celebrate?" She turns and looks at Ice, who blushes. "I-I-I- I mean, i-it's fine if Y-you want to stay with him tonight K-katya." She stammers. "O-or maybe we could let Rachel have another night with him? I-I don't mind." "Oh no." Slider says. "I had him all week. someone else can deal with his snoring ass." She pokes you in the ribs as she talks, looking over at you. "You, sir, snore." "Sorry." You offer sheepishly. "A-anyway, back to the s-subject." Ice says, recovering her composure a bit. "H-how should we do this?" "Well, way I see it, there's not too much choice." Slider says. "The coven's gonna want to know, and I get the feeling Matron Dowding's gonna be interested, too. And she knows about your family, so..." She trails off. 1/2
"But there is no requirement to be telling her, only our own coven." Katya points out. "And there is no need to be saying anything so soon, we are all knowing that they will want to verify the announcement and be making sure there is a midwife available." She pauses, looking over at Ice. "And that you are seeing her regularly." "What's the downside to not telling them right away?" You ask. Ice shrugs. "Nothing, really, but it's considered improper and kind of rude." "Rude?" You ask, and she nods. "It's seen as a witch not trusting her matrons or her sisters." She says. "Long story short it tends to be one of those things that may not get mentioned, but can get remembered." "Well, either way, it's your call, Tabby." Slider states, leaning back in her chair far enough to prop her heels up on the table. "I am thinking you should not tell them right away." Katya says, earning her a look from Slider. She either doesn't notice or pretends not to. "We are already having enough attention on us, there is no reason to bring any more yet." "I was thinking we should..." Ice fidgets a bit, and looks over at Slider, who grins and wiggles her stockinged toes at her friend. "Everyone's been good to us since Longstreet backed off, and it might help my case about Wendy." "Oh good, a tie." Slider grouses. "Frank?"  Katya's right, we don't need the extra attention. Let's just enjoy the downtime we've got for now. Ice is right, we don't need to be causing any issues. Besides, it sounds like they're not too unreasonable about the whole thing.
>>42337883> Ice is right, we don't need to be causing any issues. Besides, it sounds like they're not too unreasonable about the whole thing.
>>42337883> Can we give it a week or two so we can get things organised to help?
>>42337883>[X] Ice is right, we don't need to be causing any issues. Besides, it sounds like they're not too unreasonable about the whole thing.There are no brakes on the Frank Bishop Propaganda Train. We should probably tell our parents first though.
>>42337883> Ice is right, we don't need to be causing any issues. Besides, it sounds like they're not too unreasonable about the whole thing.Best to be polite and all. Although it is amusing that they're asking us about a decision that seems to be mostly about witch politics. Yea, Guardian and all that, but it's not like we're an expert on the subject...
>>42337883>[x] Ice is right, we don't need to be causing any issues. Besides, it sounds like they're not too unreasonable about the whole thing.
>>42337883 Ice is right, we don't need to be causing any issues. Besides, it sounds like they're not too unreasonable about the whole thing.We should make damn sure to "subtly" remind them about Longstreet, though. Just in case.
>>42337883> Katya's right, we don't need the extra attention. Let's just enjoy the downtime we've got for now.
>>42337883> Ice is right, we don't need to be causing any issues. Besides, it sounds like they're not too unreasonable about the whole thing.She's the one with the kid, she wins this round.
>>42337883>[x] Ice is right, we don't need to be causing any issues. >>42337935>But let's let our parents know first
>still beating around the Bishop"I think the bigger question is, is the bed big enough to finally stop passing around the Bishop."
>>42337994>>42337935Mangafag's art comes to mind.
>>42337883>[x] Ice is right, we don't need to be causing any issues.But with this >>42337924 as well. Tell family first, maybe start looking for a place, then let coven know.
>>42337883>[x] Ice is right, we don't need to be causing any issues. Besides, it sounds like they're not too unreasonable about the whole thing.We're gonna have to get use to extra attention at some point and at times unwanted attention as well. But do warn them off preemptively in case they do become unreasonable.>>42337935This, definitely tell family first.
We could just send a letter. It'd look more formal and we'd be telling them as soon as possible, but it'd give us a few days to get organized.
>>42337883Was >>42337987Tacking on>Tell parents/family first
>>42338409I don't recall. Have we told our parents about our...arrangement yet?
>>42338638I don't think so.
>>42338638Welp, that's going to be interesting.
>>42338638I remember a comic of how it might go but I dont think we've actually done so yet
>>42338638Not that I recall.
>>42338638We haven't tole them anything yet. It'll be amusing.
>>42338638We told Rachel's so they might have contacted our parents but i dont think they did
>>42337924Thirded with >>42337935>>42338015Mama Bishop will probably raise hell. Or not, considering Corgi sister is lewding the Princess of Japan.
>>42338923You might want to link to Ghosts post so you actually vote...
>>42338962Herp. Too late for that.By the way Anons, how do witches become mediwitches? Can any witch become a mediwitch (with requisite training and studying) or is it limited to only a few?
>>42339282They need to have the genomes of a healwitch primarch first.Seriously though, it's a natural skill. I doubt training a non-healwitch would work.
>>42339282Any witch can be a med-witch with the right training, But some have the ability automatically as their unique talent (other witch talents include extra strength, ability to read all emotions for a certain distance around them and the ability to use two shields simultaneously)
>>42339282IIRC it's like 3/4 talent and 1/4 training
[x] Ice is right, we don't need to be causing any issues. Besides, it sounds like they're not too unreasonable about the whole thing. You nod, agreeing with Ice. "Tabitha is right." You say. "We ought to be polite here, most of them have been pretty reasonable after Longstreet got the message." Katya shrugs. "If that is what you are wanting to do, then that is what we can do." She says. "Not this late, of course, we will have to wait until morning to go to the embassy." "Wait, the embassy?" You ask, confused. "There's a witch there?" "Of course, dummy." Slider says. "There's a matron in residence, usually to help the ambassador with shit involving the host nation's country. Simple shit." "Huh. Well, do you think I'll have time to call my folks?" You ask, looking at your watch and doing some fast math- thankfully, London is on GMT, so for your parents, it's only early afternoon- they may not even be home."Yeah, that won't be a problem." Ice says. "You're going to call them now?"  Yeah, I'll go call right now. No, I'll do that later tonight.
>>42339548> Yeah, I'll go call right now.Hurry hurry time to scurry>captcha is donutsNOT NOW KONGOU
>>42339548> Yeah, I'll go call right now.>I acidently an whole family
>>42339548>[x] Yeah, I'll go call right now.We need to explain to them what has happened from between first meeting the daughters to now.
>>42339548> Yeah, I'll go call right now.may as well try, if we can't get them we can call back later
>>42339548> Yeah, I'll go call right now.>>42339574>bracing for the KONGOU-DESU!
>>42339548> Yeah, I'll go call right now."I hope Pa is in good mood">inb4 Pa get news that Jake honking Princess Arabia, Sushi and Top >inb4 Pa get news that Rex get legal Loli >inb4 Pa get news that Jess will be consort of Imperial princess >"Can't my children get something more normal?"
>>42339548> Yeah, I'll go call right now
>>42339548>[X] Yeah, I'll go call right now.Better they learn from us than from the Navy's media relations department.
>>42339548>[x] No, I'll do that later tonight.Call when we know they'll be home.>it suddenly occurs to you that your parents may not know about Stasya and Lilya, eitherDidn't the Navy use that as a PR opportunity? If so they probably know.
You guys think Stasya and Lilya would like donuts?
>>42339548> No, I'll do that later tonight.they ain't home yet
>>42339655who doesn't like donuts?
>>42339548>[X] Yeah, I'll go call right now.>>42339574Give in, you know you want some.>wafflesThat was an uncooked hamburger patty, captcha.
>>42339548> Yeah, I'll go call right now.do it before it gets too late
>>42339548 Yeah, I'll go call right now.
>>42339548>[x] Yeah, I'll go call right now.Get it out of the way. Just like ripping a Band-Aid off all in one go hurts less than slowly peeling it off.
>>42339699>>42339690>There is actual fanart of Kongou eating donutsGoddamit Pixiv
>>42339844I think it's because of the buns in her hair
>>42339974Quick, someone post the Arizona donut art!
>>42339844A lot of KanColle fan artists used to or still make Touhou fan art, and this surprises you?
>>42340063Nah man, I'm still on the KCQ donut hype, see.dammit I need some clownpiece
>>42340020How about some Hornet instead?
>>42340233I don't think Settle has given Hornet any donuts yet.
>>42339619But Jake is dead, and sushi is like 14 you mung
>>42339548>[x] Yeah, I'll go call right now.
>>42339548> Yeah, I'll go call right now.Hey Guess What! Now You're Going to Have Grandchildren BIOLOGICALLY Related to You!
Ghost is away, post Nuggets
Long post of frank getting yelled at by his parents or Ghost abandoned us.
>>42340805New hotness is AK dressed as AR now.Its giving me weird boner.
>>42340972What kind of conversion is that?!
>>42341101This bothers me more than it should.Where's the wooden furniture that makes the AK so damn sexy?
>>42341101That looks like a Saiga 107 with a different barrel.>>42341122I..uh..Wut
>>42341101>>42341122I'll say this again.what.I'll add.why.
>>42341157Well, for me its the bakelite mag that killed it.Maybe if its good ol-fashioned steel mag it will looked better.Americans (in some states, i admit) are lucky bastards. The only way i can touch AK is either airshit or join police force.
[x] Yeah, I'll go call right now."Yeah." You answer, nodding. "I'm not even sure they know about Stasya and Lilya, let alone Anya, and I'd rather they heard about it from me than from the news or a tabloid." "Makes sense." Slider says, putting her feet back on the ground and looking over at Katya. "Kat, I'm going to get my PJs and toothbrush and shit and move them to Ice's room, if you wanna get your things and move them over here." Katya nods, and the two of them leave the table as you stand up and head over to the phone hung on the wall. You punch in your parent's number from memory, though you still get an operator- international call, you remember suddenly, you forgot to punch in the code for that. The phone rings three or four times before your dad picks it up. "Bishop residence, this is Bob." "Heya Dad." You greet, noting your old man sounds out of breath. "Busy?" "Frank?" He sounds surprised. "Your mother had me doing yardwork. What's going on? Been a while since we heard from you." "Well, you know. Haven't really been able to get to a phone." You respond. "Been traveling a lot. We're in Europe now, though." "Europe?" He asks. "You're ok? We heard what those crazy bastards did on the border-" "Yeah, I'm fine, dad." You reassure him. "I'm not calling from a hospital or anything like that.""So what's been going on, boy?" He asks. "You hardly ever write, it drives your mother nuts." 1/3
"Yeah, sorry." You respond, sheepishly. "Haven't had much chance to." The last is a lie- but he knows how it goes, and he's played the game before. "Well, I guess it isn't a problem now. So what can you tell us?" "Well, you've been watching the news?" You ask, trying to figure out how to break it all to him. "Some of it, and people tell us when our kids show up in it." He says. "Why?" "Anything involving me?" You prompt. "Hmm. Well, there was something a month or so ago about you being awarded a French medal and a kraut cross, something about Berlin?" He says, thinking. "And- oh, no, wait, there was something, your grandmother called us about it- Crete, was it? Something about-" "Yeah, congratulations, grandpa." You say. "Grandpa?!" He exclaims. "What's that supposed to mean?" "I adopted a pair of witches after Crete, long story that we don't have time for." You say. "You'll see why when you meet them." "Your mother is going to kill you, you know." He says, placidly- dad doesn't tend to freak out about news like this."Well, at least she can only do it once." You point out. "There's three of them, one's at the colonel's place right now though." "The colonel? why's she there?" "Medical rest." You say. "He's the most trustworthy guy I know in that area, and her docs are out of San Diego. Another long story." "Sounds like you have a few of those." He says. "Well, they're all adopted, so..." You trail off. "I guess that's not so bad, then." He responds. "Your mother is still going to freak out." 2/3
"Well, and my girlfriend is pregnant." You say. There's a noticeable pause on the other end of the line. "Care to repeat that?" He asks. "My girlfriend is pregnant." You repeat. "Your... girlfriend....is pregnant?" He asks, slowly. "Well, one of my girlfriends." You correct. "See, there's three of them, and-" "You know what, Frank? Don't tell me." He stops you there, and you have to work to not laugh at the expression you know is on his face. "I won't tell your mother unless someone else does, and you can explain it all to her. In person." "Should I bring, like, a bear suit or something?" You ask. "A body bag might not be out of order." He responds. "But you're still alive and healthy for now, right?" "Yeah." You confirm for him. "Doing good, we've been moved back as part of the cease fire. No idea how long we'll be here, though." "Alright." He says. "Well, listen. You're mom's out right now, but I'll tell her you called." He pauses. "I won't tell her why you called, just that you called and that you're alright and everything is fine." You laugh. "Sounds good, dad. tell her sorry I missed her." "I will. Take care, Frank." He says, and you hang up. "So how did it go?" Katya asks from behind you. You turn around and she practically pins you to the wall, an impish smile on her face.  Miss me much? About as well as can be expected, I guess.
>>42341383> Miss me much?> About as well as can be expected, I guess.Ate innawoods ghost?
>>42341383> Miss me much?> About as well as can be expected, I guess."I think i'll need Georgette on stand by when i visit my parents now...."
>>42341383>[x] About as well as can be expected, I guess.
>>42341383> Miss me much?Can we reverse the pin
>>42341383[X] About as well as can be expected, I guess.
>>42341383>[x] Miss me much?
>>42341383>[X] Miss me much?It's probably better not to dwell on it.
>>42341383> Miss me much?
>>42341383> About as well as can be expected, I guess.
>>42341383> About as well as can be expected, I guess.I'll need help making sure mom doesn't kill me too much when I explain things to her.
Well, this mean we should put the kids on front when we finally visit our parent.Maybe our mother will settle with breaking our legs instead killing us after cuddling with her grandchildren.
>>42341383>[x] Miss me much?>[x] About as well as can be expected, I guess.>popcornThat was fucking granola captcha!
>>42341609I don't doubt motherly/grandmotherly instinct...but I think nothing in this world is adorable enough to save us from our mother's reaction to unexpected polygamy. with pregnancy on the side.
>>42341383> About as well as can be expected, I guess.> Miss me much?
>>42341383>[x] Miss me much?>[x] About as well as can be expected, I guess.Why not both? In that order, of course.
>>42341609>>42341662>Frank Bishop, nightmare of the Soviet Air Services, Guardian of Witches>laid low by his motherI can see the news articles now...we should send them a picture in the mailPolaroids existed in 1989
>>42341122>>42341101Ivan Chesnokov will have an aneurism at this...
>>42341383> Miss me much?> About as well as can be expected, I guess.both.
>>42341694That's not headline-worthy. Hell, the indestructible Lieutenant Hate would not dare cuss around his mum, for one.
After being baraged by what has possibly the last couple of months of Frank's life. I imagined Frank's dad taking out the booze.
>>42341841"gonna need the good whisky for this one"
>>42341383"I'm not sure who is going to kill me first, you three or my mother."
>>42341383Add Wendy after just to give our mother an even bigger heart attack. YOU HAD THREE WHEN YOU LAST VISITED, WHERE DID THE FOURTH ONE COME FROM?
>>42342286I DON'T EVEN KNOW ANY MORE
>>42342286"SHE IS JUST A JUNIOR AND FRIEND AND HELPER AND MAID!""Knowing your record young Bishop, it won't take long before 4some become 5some"
>>42342327Parents sit Frank down and tell him to stop poaching all of the witches.
>>42342388Is that before Konnie comes and proclaim herself as Frank's legitimate wife or after it?
>>42342388Frank will just make more Witches to replace the ones he poached.
>>42342468>"Father. Mother.">Yes son?>HELP
Are we ever going to see more of feels lewds?
>>42342541No, he's sworn himself to celibacy.
>>42342541Doubt it. Plus he doesn't like being bothered about it
>>42342541Isn't he due one for Katya x Fronk?
>>42342388"When I was in the Marine Corps...""Bob.""... I was a faithful and loving husband to your mother.""Aww, thanks hun~"In a sotto voice to Frank: "Every single morning I would wake up covered in witches.""Jesus Christ.""It's the Bishop family charm, son. It's like catnip for witches."
 both cos I'm too tired to argue. "About as well as can be expected, I guess." You respond, pointedly ignoring how close she's managed to get. "Mmh." She responds. "Not well?" "Mom's gonna kill me." You say, sadly. "I imagine we will have some disagreement then." She responds. "I imagine." You grin, leaning back into her just enough to get her off balance for a second- then reversing your position on her. "Miss me?" "That is a silly question." She responds, leaning forward to try and kiss you- you back your head off just enough to keep her out of reach. "From a silly pilot." "That's not an answer." You point out. "Of course." She says, as you let her off the wall and the two of you share an embrace. "I am distracted by worrying about Anya, but I missed you all.""We missed you both too." You say, after a second. "So what's going on for the day? Should I go get the girls up?" Katya frowns. "You shouldn't have let them go back to bed after breakfast like that." She says. "You spoil them." You shrug. "I seem to have a habit of doing that for people." you respond- and she grins again. "Perhaps you wouldn't mind allowing them to sleep a bit longer, and spoil me some?" "Hmm. I'll have to think about it." You don't have to think too long though- it was a long flight, and you're sure the girls could use the nap.
>>42342541>>42342572No he said he will not do anymore and frankly i think this is being asked just to troll at this point
And that's it for the night!Shorter run, I know, but you guys know why by now, so I'll save you a repeat telling, haha!As always, hope you guys had fun, and as is recent, keep an eye on the twitter for updates. Assume this is our regular run time, but don't bank on it- things do come up, and there's a lot of changes going on right now, so I can't promise anything. Anyway, guys, that's it, so till next time, Cheers!
>>42342855Thanks for the run boss.
>>42342855thanks for the run.
>>42342855Good run as always Ghost!Also someone remember to archive the thread.
>>42342855Go to sleep now, Ghoast~
>>42342855Thanks for running, Ghost.>>42342572It's never going to happen, but I did write up part 6 to The Suffering of Ayumi Ogawa sooohttp://pastebin.com/Jb8u3U3aas always the rest of my stuff can be found on http://pastebin.com/u/HORRUU-NEEEETOOH
>>42342855thanks for today boss!don't force it, i am glad enough you committed to see this quest to finish.
>>42342855do you have tomorrow off school? If so, enjoy your day off. And thanks for the run
>>42342984>http://pastebin.com/Jb8u3U3aI think at this point, their just trolling you.
>>42342855Cheers, cya next time
>>42342984thanks for the writeup, can't wait for some comfy post battle stuff with jess and kat and ayumi
>>42343778>comfyWell, I suppose they won't be getting shot at.
Damn, we've come so far... If you had asked me in thread 1 who we'd knock up, Val Kilmer would not have been my first response. no siree.