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What did you actually
expect? Singular words carry very little meaning to most people. Did you want some corporate CEO to waltz in and say "power" while waving his solid gold dick around?
I think the words "King" and "Father" hold a lot of weight behind them. They both are held to a certain degree. The king must be the leader of his subjects, the icon of the kingdom, and balance the every day life of all those around him. From destructive war, to peaceful serenity, a king has the very presence of a king. You look at him and see that he is the highest authority of the land and for good reason.
A father is someone who raises the youth into a better future. They're responsible for the growth of that child and how they make their own choices. A father is a protector, a man who is never scared to step forward, who doesn't let the struggles stop him from pushing forward the life of another they love dearly. A man who understands that their child doesn't need a friend, they need a father to keep them in their place and grow.
With both of these titles, I always imagine someone big and strong. Intimidating and kind. But all in all, still human.
Half points, bub.
What if Sky was like "Oh, I have no specific experience in my life." and wouldn't answer the question, thus rendering the thread pointless? With my question he will say "Oh, I ahve no specific-Ah, social experiences, well you see back when I talked to the KING OF SAXERBURRY he talked to me of his friends at the Palace, where I went 3 years later and all he said was true and it was lovely, it really inspired me to respect royalty!"
Have you considered that, Tracer? DID YOU EVEN CONSIDER THAT?
Thought not. I'ma twist your sounding rod.
>>390586>thus rendering the thread pointless?
The thread is pointless regardless of answer. Mine would've gained the same answer as yours, with more efficient means.
>Have you considered that, Tracer? DID YOU EVEN CONSIDER THAT?
I did, yes, and I'm on my seventh beer.
> I'ma twist your sounding rod.
You'll need to do more than that to get a reaction.
So, you're an "image" guy.
Power in words. Powerful word, image.
Honor and courage are two really good ones as well.
But I think maybe courage is more of an elusive term for me, because I never think about what I do as courageous. I've heard a couple times that I'm really brave for some of the choices I've made or that I have the courage to do things without hesitation that others would be scared or hesitant to do. But I never see it as having courage, I just do things.
Honor is a strong one just because I have a high moral perspective. I don't like the idea of cheating or stealing. If I'm responsible, I take responsibility. I don't like worming my way out of things I owe. I always return a favor and am a man of my word. Now granted I wasn't always like that, I'm aware. But now it's a lot to me.
Your hateboner for Sky Heart seems a little too close the the borders of obsession.
You might start getting accused of being tsundere, wife.
Um, I claimed him years ago, then claimed her months ago.
We can just saw me in half and both of you get one as some sort of gruesome lesson on not knowing how to share.
Are those the words that matter to you?
Your weird fetishes?
The thought process was "I really like these words…..I wonder what words /EF/ really likes"
It's not hard to think of thread topics
I can abide by these new rules.
I like tunnel, tunnel is cool. I don't like actual tunnels that much but the word tunnel is cool.
And floof, and fluffy. I like that in real life too.
Also I like dank, moist, skeevy, and razzia. Though I rarely like these things when they happen. Especially those dank and moist skeevy razzia guys, fuck em.
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