His sense of direction probably indicates his ability to read unlabelled instructions too. Pair that with spontaneous superhuman strength and a general clumsiness and it's not promising. I personally have difficulty telling which way around it wants panels before putting them together.>>3427821
This is the greatest ratto.>>3430724
There isn't much I can say that wasn't said in Feb, but even though it's usually because they misunderstood him, or ignored the context of the situation, it'll still hurt sometimes. Really the best you can do is accept that, indulge in explaining to yourself what they've gotten wrong, and move on from it, preferably to places you won't see it. There'll be times when it affects you less or more, just be aware of how sensitive you are before going somewhere you're likely to find it.>>3434531
I've definitely answered this one years ago but I swear if he "fell asleep" first he'd be pretending to encourage me. He's the type to watch other people, I think it's a habit from not needing sleep, amongst other things.
Most people know I tend to use the alternative romanisation of his name and drop the final vowel, but I've never thought if he'd call me anything. I hate forms of my name since they were always used to take the piss, so maybe he'd pick up an online handle or something that people call me. We'd kind of match in a way.
Real family it'd be hard to say if I'd get along with, but found family? I really hope I would. I like them a lot as characters and have always felt I wouldn't want to separate him from them if I had the choice to meet, but whether they'd take to me is unknown. They're not the type to shun someone for being useless, despite all having special abilities themselves, but they might find insecurities and newbie steps tiresome.>flowers or chocolate
The ultimate debate. He loves both, but flowers have emotional baggage as a reminder of his sister, so it might not be a good choice. Choco is impersonal though.