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|Subject Post 31Subject: Re: Optiic La2or2. (Ivy) Mon Apr 15, 2013 3:34 pm|| |
Sollux found that he couldn't look her in the eyes after she said that, that it was the oldest profession that humans had. "Ii know that." He expressed, before staring at the ground. "But Ii don't know… what……." He lisped, sighing eventually before blinking at her. Only a few months old? The hell? He wondered, remembering the size of her. That's messed up. He decided, listening to her.
"Sociiology is a crockpot." He told her, his teeth biting down hard in his mouth, which was hard considering how misshapen they were. "Iit's what kiilled the man Ii consiider my father." He told her, before sighing, glad that she at leat had a bedroom. "Fiine… but iif the arrancar triies to take my soul iin the miiddle of the niight like a coward…" He said, blinking his eyes. "Not even the glasses wiill be able to hold me back." He explained, eventually looking over to the side at the sword, chuckling outright at how stupid she was.
He moved after her, his hands in his jeans pocket, eyeing the sword warily from behind his glasses. Not that anyone could tell; after all, shades. But he was eyeing her alright. After he passed her, he began to walk up, and blinking, Ivy a good distance behind him still. "Who are…?" He blinked, seeing the door on the furthest left closing as a man had appeared out of it, completely covered in red. [color=darkred]"Don't worry about it."[/color[ He told the male simply, looking him straight in the eyes as Sollux's entire body froze, his mouth opening in a gutcurdling scream as the man merely smiled a this reaction, and began to sink into the floor….
However, Sollux blinked a moment later, shocked. He realized there was no one there, and his heart wasn't actually racing like he'd been screaming. It was all an illusion or a trick of the light? Sollux didn't believe in tricks of the light, but he also didn't believe it was possible to give his mind an image like that because of how his mind worked. Who the hell was that… And why did he seem familiar…? He wondered to himself, troubled now, before realizing there was a pain in his arm. He looked over, seeing a single drop of blood sliding along his arm, which was even more peculiar. What in the…
He shook his head, hearing Ivy coming up behind him. He walked over to her door, having already made up his mind earlier about protecting her from the monstrosities in this household. However, what he was greeted with… he was not very well expecting.
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