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Research & Development 2/20

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Seras: You’re not going to go away until I hear your idea, are you?

Pip: Go away? And leave you up here all alone, in the dark and the cold?

Seras: Maybe I like the dark and the cold. Ever think of that?

Pip: C’mon, mignonette, I know you. You’re a vampire, not a goth.

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by Chaos Priest on Mon Jan 01, 2007 10:26 pm

Second comic into this storyline and nobody has made a topic yet? Oh well, guess I’ll do it.

While I wish Pip all the luck in the world with Seras, he needs to think about climate preferences more. I happen to love the cold and the dark, and I consider myself in no way a Goth. I just prefer darkness and nighttime because I burn VERY easily and my eyes happen to be sensitive to bright light. I also prefer cold temperatures far above warm temperatures. I like my environment to be somewhere in the 50’s ideally. If given a choice I probably would live in some dark underground area, not because it matches the darkness in my soul or some other angsty bullcrap, but because I think it would be rather comfy. It would probably wind up more like a hobbit’s home than a crypt, only, ya know, built to accommodate someone slightly over 6 feet.

Still, he got Seras to giggle with that line, so it was a good move on his part. I’m just saying his stereotype is wrong.

by SailorPtah on Tue Jan 02, 2007 10:33 am

Me, I like the night and vampires and black clothing, and I think Goth style looks very cool. But I’m not a Goth by any stretch of the imagination.

Seras, however, is about the furthest thing from Goth imaginable, vampire or no vampire =D

Which is why her attempts to stay angry at Pip are starting to crack. She won’t be back in love-love mode any time soon (certainly not by Valentine’s Day, which is why I have something else planned then, muahahahaha), but she’s having trouble hanging on to anger mode.

by Frey on Tue Jan 02, 2007 11:05 am

I do like listening to Instramental Gothic music while I do my fencing lunges. To be more presise, the soundtracks of Castlevania games such as Symphony of the Night and Curse of Darkness.

by Ilosia on Tue Jan 02, 2007 12:50 pm

Chaos Priest wrote:
not because it matches the darkness in my soul or some other angsty bullcrap

This is actually part of the stereotype not what the actual subculture is about.
Don’t forget that Pip is not the most culturally aware of people, whether intentionally or not he plays the jester.

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