Oh, poor Cassie! Will no one help her? I can see little Humphrey running with a catcher's mitt to go grab her, wait. No. She's run up on to Cassie's body and is putting her head on Cassie's neck. She stuffs her little plush toy body in the cleavage. Now she's getting up. I see, now she has Cassie's body to use to go look for her, now that her head has sailed out of sight!
Wait the bus is stopping... Humph is boarding! Humph aren't you gonna go see where Cassie landed. Ah! She's giving me Grumph look! Don't betray your friend, Humph! She's not listening to me... :C
Can Cassie control her body to find herself when she flew out of sight of it to find her head? Is she even conscious flying up that high and falling down? Should this narrator go look for her? Why is Humph being such a Grumph? To continued if and wish it so!
I told a friend of mine who was making a male character whose head is detachable. He wanted me to have him catch Cassie's head, then try to start a relationship with her. But with a catch, he hates big boobs. Since he meets Cass as a head. He falls in love with her, but doesn't realize her natural gifts. Acceptable?