Hello all! As a heads up, I will be posting submissions for the Best Friends Caption Contest tomorrow (possibly in 7 hours) meaning if you want your cap to get in you need to send it to me ASAP.
Today I have the start of three days that I hope to be very exciting. Not because of any phenomenal standalone caps, but because I will be posting the beginning "context cap" for each of the three series/themes you all wanted to see (namely the School Dress Code Series today, Duck Flu series/them tomorrow, and the Pink Room theme on Tuesday)! My goal with these captions are to 1. Give you a sense of what the series is about and 2. Try to use them to open up some discussion on what details/direction should I take for each plot. With that in mind, I hope to see lots of comments/emails to help shape the direction of what I believe could be some very fun additions to this blog!
So first up today is the School Dress Code series, which for now on will be dubbed the "Mildew High Dress Code". It's based off this lovely cap from Ian and is simply about a school where all students are forced to wear slutty schoolgirl outfits and look like bimbos! I'd like you all to read both Ian's cap and this first one below, then hopefully give me some feedback to questions below the cap!
So hopefully by this point you've read both Ian's and my first cap (and maybe even enjoyed them!) - now for some feedback. I have a general sense of where/what I want to do with this - it's going to be somewhat chronological, at least in the beginning, to try and establish some norms and possible reactions to the new dress code. What I want to know from you is this: should I write caps mostly in third person as if they've already happened (kind of like the opening paragraph to this first cap) or should I try to focus more on dialogue as if events are happening? Secondly, what possible ideas for things that could happen to students at school? Does the football team become a cheerleading squad? Are teachers also subject to these dress code requirements? Should I make caps about female students affected as well? Let me know!