I got more Yukio statues and I must post>Do you two share any flaws?
We overthink things and avoid risk to a fault, we can't always understand other viewpoints, we aren't strong psychologically and crumble under pressure. >Imagine him walking into a glass door. How does he react? How does he recover?
Shock melting into utter embarrassment, walks away as fast as he can, fuming. It probably happened because he didn't take off those damn sunglasses.>Does he wake up before his alarm goes off, or does he sleep through it?
He'd probably wake up before it, but thinking of him waking up late and scrambling is too cute.>>3277899
He's an ordinary human, but I'm sure he could throw a punch. I think he'd have a hard time getting in the right mindset to fight, though. He'd have to do the protecting, I'm weak as fuck.>>3277914>Say he gets injured, could you help him? Could he help you if you got hurt?
I can't carry him anywhere, but I'll do my best to patch him up and get him to the hospital. He'd be about the same, although he could carry me, at least.
Either way we'd be panicking while trying not to panic.>What about emotional support, is he the always-knows-the-right-thing-to-say or does he end up making it worse?
I like this question. I think he'd have trouble understanding how to handle emotional issues sometimes. Especially when you just want to vent, he'd do his damndest to try and "solve" it, even if it's not something you really could solve. Like I said, he can't always relate to others' viewpoints.
Oddly enough, I think he'd be pretty good at talking me out of a panic, as long as it wasn't the kind of thing that'd make him panic, too. And if he didn't think it was stupid. I just imagine him telling me the actual odds of the worst thing happening, and bringing a more realistic perspective that helps you ground yourself.
What would you get him for Christmas?
What's something he could talk about with you for hours?