>>3265930>If you could introduce husbando to your favorite piece of media(like a film, book or vidya) from our world, what would it be and why?
Vidya, tho it's hard to pick one thing, so probably stuff that i enjoy as well. Bookwise, also a lot but I'd like to see what he thinks about Vonnegut and Camus. I also wonder what he'd make of his own book and of himself as a character. Will follow this up with a question.>>3265934>Does anyone IRL know about your love for your husbando?
Sort of, though nobody knows just how far gone i am. >Do you ever gush about him to anyone?
God, yes. It happened even before I'd come to terms with it. Luckily, I don't really have a lot of friends but it still happens. It doesn't help he's my go-to example for a lot of stuff when I rant about fiction.
A part of me feels that I owe it to him to make him known because I believe he deserves better than oblivion or that awful anime adaptation. Characters live in our imagination, so if there's no one remember them, they're as good as dead. >What do you do to feel close to your husbando?
Read. Sometimes I imagine we're doing it together, on other occassions I like to imagine he's reading to me (I'm getting butterflies in my stomach just at the thought of this, especially if it's poetry or something that sounds good when read aloud).
Go through the source material (haven't done it recently, too soon).
Argue with him in my head, usually over a cup of coffee at quiet moments of the day. >>3265942>morning person or night owl
I'm going for the latter but I might be wrong. Hard to say, since he lives in a cellar with no windows. >Indoorsy or outdoorsy
Both. He does feel cooped up sometimes.>in a downpour
Makes a run for it.
Now that question: How would he feel about his own story and about himself as a character? If dead, how would he feel about his own death?
Bonus: Is he afraid of death?
And to not end on doom and gloom: What everyday real world things would be his pet-peeves?