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Kage - Outlines #7 [Oct. 1st, 2003|11:46 am]
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Watch Kage attempt to remember details. And complain.

Questions are from out_lines.

What's the worst thing that's ever happened to you?

Do you want an alphabetic list, or a chronological?

What's the best thing that's ever happened to you?

I . . . don't really know. Williams says that I'm always pretty bitter and angry about stuff. Hard to tell, really, since I'm well - living all that bitterness.

I'm so happy at times though. I get happy about foolish things. A good book. A lovely example of good smithing. Chocolate. Sunning in the window.

So - the best thing, I suppose, was the fact that Williams let me enjoy all that -

Who is your worst enemy?

. . . I don't know. It's hard to say something is my worst enemy. There's so many things that I fear, or have bad memories about, or just plain don't like. But - there's not a lot of things that I think of as my enemy in the strictest sense.

I guess the thing I hate the most is anyone who threatens Williams or his brother. They destroy any sense of safety that Williams has. So - they are my worst enemy. All of them.

Who is your best friend?

Williams, I suppose. I trust him the most.

Tell us about your worst kiss.

Marcus Aragian. Kissed my cheek when I was elevenish and ruffled Trevor's hair. He smelled of musty old rooms and babbled at me about the importance of the Church.

And then he asked if Trevor was Trevor's sister.

Not that the kiss was particularly bad. Just - Marcus in concentration can be annoying. If you mean kiss as in - something involving sex . . . I don't want to talk about it. I just . . . don't.

Tell us about your best kiss.

I . . . don't know. I guess Williams kissing someone counts, so it would be back when I was eighteen. He kissed this guy that we were talking to. It was nice.

Really nice.
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