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located in Braden Town, a part of The Cove, one of the many universes on RPG.

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Dale Flowers
"Dale!" Dale's eyes fluttered open for a second before he squeezed them shut again, he didn't want to deal with it. Even asleep he could reconise to shrill yelling of his mother. He only got a few minutes longer of sleep though before he felt someone shaking him awake. Rolling over onto his back, he opened his eyes an took a moment to get used to the light. After a moment he looked to his right at the person who had woken him up, finding the last person he had expected. His younger cousin Luke had woken him up, the kid had turned eight last month, the youngest of the family. "Auntie Maisie wants you," the boy simply before moving out of Dale's eyesight.

Grunting Dale sat up and slowly left the protective casing of his bed. Looking to the other side of the room he discovered that Luke had retreated back to his own side of the room and as playing with some sort of racing car. Ever since Luke had left his crib they had been sharing this room together. Normally any teenage guy would complain about sharing a room with an eight year old but well, before Luke, Dale has shared a room with Casey one of his other cousins. And yes, Casey is a girl. Besides it gave him and Luke one place in the house where the didn't have to deal with the overwhelming number of girls. Sighing Dale threw on a dark blue tee that was laying on the ground on as well as a pair of tatty grey jeans before heading further into the house to find his mother.

"Gail, geez at least put a little pride in your appearance," before Dale could respond though he was assaulted by a pair of hands from behind. He didn't have to turn around to know it was Casey who was currently fixing up his bed hair. Ever since he had moved in with his aunt and uncle his four cousins, yes, four older girl cousins, had treated him like a carnival act. Always getting annoyed at him when apparently his clothes didn't match or he tried to leave the house with messy hair. To them he was like a little doll that they could dress up all day long, at one point they had even begun calling him Gail pretending he was their little sister. Dale was honestly surprised that they hadn't turned him gay yet. It only made it worse that he had his father's last name; flowers.

He had learned early on that it was easier to let them do what they wanted then fight it, so he stood there and let Casey fix up his hair. "What would I do without you Case," He said simply giving his cousin a kiss on the cheek before moving into the kitchen, finding his mother baking some form of cake. She was always baking or cleaning or something, always serving someone else, always replying on someone else. She was such a co-dominant person. "Dale, the back door has come off it's hinge, so you're going to need to fix it sometime before it gets dark. I also need you to take this mail up to Old Adeline's house." His mother said quickly, handing him a pile of mail before shooing him out of the kitchen.

Sighing Dale grabbed his phone from his room before leaving the house and heading along the road, up the hill towards his neighbors house. They had the worst mailman ever, okay, well to be fair the way their street was developed is quite confusing. The houses didn't exactly go in numerical order and some house were added later and people were stupid. There was also this little bit that Adeline lived off that look like it was part of a different road. No one ever really minded though, everyone knew everyone, so every couple of days they all just swapped the mail around between them.

Arriving at Adeline's house he knocked a couple times on the door before leaning against the wall, this wasn't his first visit to the old woman's home. He had learnt that she was old, and she always took a little bit of time to get to the door, so he had settle himself in for the wait.