“Alright. I wish you luck with her. And don’t be afraid to stop by every now and then. It’s interesting to talk to myself and not be dubbed crazy,” he teased, chuckling a bit.
“Again, yours is less of a scandal than mine,” he stated.
“Though both are pretty interesting stories for anyone to hear,” he admitted.
Though he sighed, tilting his head to the side roughly so that it would crack. Once, twice. There….that helped a bit.
“Both children and adults can be cruel. Anyone who says otherwise really is ignorant or a good liar.”
With this he sighed, readjusting his glasses.
“And even then I can’t help but worry. At least with your child, it won’t be as difficult for them. For mine? I’m just…worried that they may be discriminated against because their father’s half demon. After being treated like nothing less than human, you can understand how it was for us during our childhood.”
“Different views I suppose,” he said with a shrug.
“But you seem to be adjusting well to the news.”
You’ve never lived with her. :/
“You haven’t really seen what I’ve seen,” he t
“Hmm. In all honesty I never found Kami as scary as Senpai says,” he admitted.
“But then again when you’ve seen so much, nothing really does give you a good scare anymore.”
“Knowing him? It probably sounds like a form of trying to get you to bond with her somehow,” he stated bluntly.
“Senpai always has been a little over emotional at times. But don’t worry, when he says that he’s crying out of happiness he generally means it,” he stated.
Emotions did confuse him at times, but after living so long with different shapes and forms of them, he was starting to understand them. Just a little bit.
“But I wish you two the best of luck.”
Now it was his turn to mimic his own twin’s actions, looking a bit shocked for a minute, then he nodded, managing a small smile.
“Well, I wish you both congratulations and luck,” he told her.
“Well,” he said, rubbing the back of his head.
“…Becoming a parent would be considered a whole new adjustment, wouldn’t you say?” he asked.