It’s not pizza, despite what you might think. It’s not even Clarence (hell, she doesn’t feel guilty about that at all.)
Meg’s guilty pleasure isn’t even that guilty at all, unless you take into account the fact she’s a demon and supposedly not sentimental at all. Especially about the person she was before she got dragged down to hell.
Every year, on November 1st, she pays a visit to her human family. Not her actual family - they’ve been dead for centuries - but to her descendents. To her great-great-great-fucking so many greats grandchildren. There’s only two lines left; her family had always tended toward breeding small, but it’s enough. Some years she’s a florist, sometimes a delivery person, just popping in for a few seconds to see how everyone’s getting along. Her favorite years are when hell isn’t too busy and she doesn’t have an assignment per se, and she can possess a neighbor kid for a whole afternoon and get herself invited over to play. This generation are some shitty cooks, though, and she’s had to feed a whole lot of goddamn nasty cookies to the family dog.
It’s just one day a year, just a quick in and out, but it always reminds her that no matter what she’s been through since, that crossroads deal was always worth it.
u ever have that friend where ur like. yes lets get an apartment together. lets adopt 200 cats. lets DO IT
No form of touch is inherently romantic. Sex is not inherently romantic. Primary relationships and life partnerships are not inherently romantic. Intense emotional attachment and desire for another person is not inherently romantic. Intimacy of any and every kind is not inherently romantic.
What makes a particular behavior or feeling “romantic” is the individual experiencing romantic attraction to their companion and performing certain acts with romantic feeling and intent. That’s all. Romantic attraction and romantic love are internal experiences that cannot being universally defined or externally qualified. What’s romantic to you may not be romantic to someone else and vice versa. You may, as an outsider, view someone else’s relationship or behaviors toward their friend as “romantic” through your own personal bias, but that doesn’t mean they feel romantic attraction or love or view their own actions/relationship as romantic.
Really good blog post on aromanticism as it relates to intimacy, QP’s, physical touch, and life partnerships.
It is my belief that Comic Con has made registration as stressful as humanly possible.
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I’ve seen legit two posts about it :-/
I hate people.