Can’t stop. Won’t stop. I do hope you’re enjoying the ride, anon. So glad you’re loving the story, and hopefully we’ll have more to give you soon enough.
Thank you. We both know activity is either non-existent or extremely minimal at best, but the RP is still very much alive.
There’s something in the works as we speak and hopefully we can get it out in time. We’ll see. Thanks much for the continued support, though.
Though I think I’m far from flawless, I truly appreciate the compliment for both the character and our little 1x1 as a whole.
And yes, I do. However, I’d be more inclined to discuss where else you can sometimes find me off-anon.
S! It has been months since you’ve graced my inbox (or at least have signed an anon message as such). I do hope you’re well.
And I truly appreciate the notion that you would consider defying gravity for my affection.
Thank you so much, Anon.
Well, Quinn’s already my Wonder Woman, so I’d just want to make my sure my alter-ego would fight in tandem with her’s. I’d enjoy some sort of reference to a star — possibly gold, shining…or shooting! — for what should be obvious reasons by now. Or, there could be some word play with my last name. Instead of Conan the Barbarian, it could be Rachel the Barberryan (with a nod to Barbra Streisand, of course). My superhero power would definitely have something to do with my voice, too. For instance, I could control people’s emotions with song, sort of like the Sirens from Homer’s The Odyssey.
Now, I have to be honest and say I had no idea who Agent Perry (the platypus) was and after a quick google, can also admit that I’ve never watched an episode of Phineas and Ferb. But after careful consideration, I think I’d like to go with the code name Agent Starling. Not only would it reference my affinity and connection to stars, but the group of birds under that name are often songbirds. In addition, such a name would also pay homage to the great fictional character of Clarice Starling.
To the Anons that keep asking such questions: I will sincerely pay you stop inquiring about such topics in a way that makes me feel as if I’d have to pick from my beloved future children.
In many respects, I’m not even sure if I’d want to sing anymore if I was restricted to only three songs for the rest of my life, because there is no possible way for each of them to touch upon all the emotions and feelings I usually draw upon when performing.
I’m honestly not that well-read in literature outside of some classics and lots and lots of plays, but I think I’d have to recommend Nabokov’s Lolita.
Talk about conflicting feelings throughout a read and the way it makes you question so much… Yeah. That’s my rec.
Are… are you serious?
That’s like asking me to pick my favorite metaphorical child, or favorite musical. It’s just not possible, Anon.
Like trying to compare apples and oranges, you just can’t do it. Yes, they’re both fruits, but they have very distinct and different tastes.
And Quinn has many different sides to her, which you obviously know since you’ve noted a few, but I’ve vegan, Anon. I like all my fruits, and I especially like all aspects of Quinn.
So Quinn’s — Quinn in general, all of Quinn — my favorite.