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Offline BlueFur101

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[Open to All!] ~Going on a Hike~
« on: April 16, 2016, 05:38:27 AM »
Info on my character:

Name:
Esmerelda “Esme” Howlett

Species:
Dog (Merle Border Collie)

Gender:
Female

Age:
17 Years Old

Sexuality:
Heterosexual

Brief Personality:
Esme is all around outgoing, cheerful, and kind. She's silly, fun, and gets excited over the littlest things. This gal can find the good in anything, no matter how bad it may seem to others. She loves to help and care for others, and almost never throws an insult at anyone. Also, she loves to make others laugh with her witty, sarcastic comebacks and corny puns. Esme lives on adventure, and is quite a risk taker. She often doesn't think of the consequences to her actions before jumping right into things. But even with her eccentric personality, Esme has a hard time expressing her feelings, and comprehending those of others. Also, she can be quite sensitive to the tiniest critic or insult of herself or her work.

Allergic to:
Ragweed, Pollen, Dust.

Sneeze type:
Rather soft and breathy, they're usually stifled as she doesn't much like sneezing in front of others.


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It was quite a wonderful day in the local park that adorned the middle of the city. One certain Border Collie was merely walking down the trail with a few good friends (basically anyone who's willing to volunteer their character). The group had decided to go hiking into the pretty decent sized forest that was in the middle of the park. Of course, little did they know, dust, pollen, and other allergens were thick in the air. Ohh, yes. This group was definitely in for a surprise of sorts.