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Chapter 15: Page 25

May 14th, 2012, 11:00 am

I Say...

Hazumirein says,


Yeah, admittedly, I thought it was gonna take a couple more pages. But at this point it's been going on so long I'm happy to just call it quits here |P This is the end of the flashback; the next chapter'll pick up back in the present where this one left off. Look for the cover Thursday (which I should probably take off since it's my birthday, but eh. I'm too far behind to do that.)

Anyway, Question of the Update: A major theme in DC is friendship--for example, the odd friendship that Faro, Adrian and Triv have despite what other people think. What's the craziest thing you've ever done for a friend? Interpret that as you will.

See you Thursday.

And You Say...

_Ashen_ says,

Unrelated to the question: when Riza and co came across Faro this time... he was alone... WHAT HAPPENED TO ADRIAN AND TRIV?! *is worried*

Okay... the only thing that is coming to mind is not "the craziest thing I've ever done for a friend," but "the stupidest thing a friend and me ever did." So, me and my best friend were at the lake one weekend like a million summers ago and we were floating out of the water just hanging out, making up random stories and/or characters and just enjoying ourselves. It's been a few hours and we finally realize that neither of us thought to put on sunscreen. So rather then getting off of the water to go put some one to prevent ourselves from getting a worse sunburn, we (being the geniuses that we are) just roll over to make sure we get an even burn. lol. We were both so sick that night and it hurt to move, but we still borne the pain to laugh at each other and rub aloe on. Good times.

So... to conclude: a friend will remind you to put on sunscreen, but a best friend will get burnt with you and rub aloe on the places you can't reach. :D

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