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For all two of my followers who read Homestuck... "Ain't We Got Fun" is a look at the lives of the four Beta Kids in New York State during the 1920s. Rose and Dave live in Manhattan, John and Jade in the small northernmost town of Massena. They correspond through the Spring of 1924.


Miss Rose Lalonde
The Dakota, Penthouse C

March 18th, 1924

Dearest Jade,
I trust this finds you, and John of course, in your usual frighteningly robust health. I also trust that you are exercising some care in just how you make use of that health. "Trust" is in fact putting it strongly; "pray" might be nearer the mark.


This was for HorribleThing, who asked "Historical AU! I don't care what time period, as long as there are attempts at accuracy! Although I will admit a fondness for a focus on relationships between women when it comes to other time periods, so some extra attention to Rose/Jade would be lovely!" I had more fun than should be legal doing the research.

e: Whoops, forgot link!
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Spoilers up to current page )

Everybody who isn't reading Paradox Space should, because the current story, Summerteen Romance, is hilarious.
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So, last fall S. was superduper excited about the end of the Gigapause, which was a one-year gap during which Andrew Hussie wasn't updating the webcomic Homestuck. She was so excited that I finally had to look at the damn thing. It was a week before the end of the Gigapause, and I had a lot of time on my hands.

I inhaled the whole damn thing in a week, pretty much every minute I was awake. That's all 7000-ish (at the time) pages, many of them actually Flash movies or games.

Cut for Homestuck. You have been warned.
nanopause )

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