It's alright, I don't mind the wait. 3nodding I just need more people to rp with because I get bored sometimes and feel too brain dead to write stories or draw, so rping normally helps get my brain going. And, it's cool about him talking to himself. I don't mind. 3nodding
Do you do rps in your comments or private message? I wouldn't mind rping with you, if you'd like a new rp partner. 3nodding Plus, I need more people to rp with since I'm only rping with one person right now. I would really like to rp with you in this character, since he does seem really interesting and seems like a fun character! 3nodding
That's a good idea. And, that's awesome that you're using the Haunted Mansion as your character reference! whee I'm going to miss Edward, but I'm looking forward to finding out more about this gentleman! 3nodding
I can understand how it would be confusing. I'm glad that I read your status about your name change, or I'd probably think you were someone else. I'll miss your old username, but I'm sure I'll enjoy this new character of yours! 3nodding
He waved a hand, scowling. The man empathised, on his own score.
"In my experience, it can be best to leave parents wondering rather than try to explain... some matters, to them. My uncle felt rather the same way. Married so people would stop suspecting. To my knowledge, he and his wife have never even slept in the same building together, but it seems to suffice in shutting up 'polite society'. Bah. What a crock. I've my reasons for not bothering with any of them."
He nodded, listening politely, and wincing at the end of it.
"... You don't need to worry about my judging. My dearest friends... my own uncle, in fact. Where I'm from, one gets hung for fraternizing so with another gentleman, and it's always bothered me how petty that reason was for sending another human being to the gallows..."
He leaned in as he listened. Clearly trusting, for better or for worse. Dr. Carswell was a ravenously clever man, but he was also very heartfelt and naive.
"I'm sorry to hear that. The way you were speaking of him, I thought he was still alive. I... It's a difficult matter to understand if one hasn't been there. ...I was in a similar circumstance myself, and very nearly did much the same, so I cannot judge."