I think they make rubber bands that glow in the dark and it’s us so I’m positive we’ve got a blacklight of some kind laying around the place.
That would be perfect~. Then have fun and try to avoid shooting the neighborhood children who’s parents would sue.
I absolutely promise to keep all battles outside and then pick up every single one before calling it a night so no rats accidentally eat any?
I advise very brightly colored rubber bands then.
I’m concerned by the potential future purchases of many more rubber bands.
Anonymous asked:I'm actually in the color guard. There are rats sewn into the silks. I'm still excited nonetheless.
Still a very important part of the band!
I’m excited for you too! I hope you have the best of times with it!
"Yeah but— no I can clean it up, it was my fault!" With the shoes turned off now— he’d need to practice flying in them somehow, Billy stood and walked up the stairs the rest of the way.
"And I can.. um, pay for the television. I think." Probably not, but he was still smiling so proudly at his achievement.
He smirked. “No. We’ll get a new one and call it a part of a celebratory prize for this success. Deal? Besides, I can be almost certain that James did much worse on his trial runs.
And don’t worry about the balance thing, if I understand correctly that gets better with practice.”
No, it’s okay! [He calls back, up the stairs, before the sound of glass crunching is made next and Billy comes flying up the stairs. Literally. Still, he only makes it about halfway before falling again.] Look, Piper! I got the shoes to work!
[Well, kinda— but at least he didn’t suck at math as much as he thought he did.]
His eyes widened just slightly at the sight of Billy hovering and… those were… not exactly James shoes, but he could see the inspiration.
"So I see. did you want to go show off to James? Because I can see about cleaning up… what I hope wasn’t too much glass."
LOUD CRASH AND LAUGHING FROM BASEMENT
[Concerned leaning down basement stairwell.]
Please tell me we aren’t going to have to call your mom, because I do not think my hearing aids have a low enough volume for that encounter.