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15 September 2011 @ 09:31 pm
Of pests and post-its  
So, Monday I returned to the office from my one week holiday and found my coworkers had done this to my cubicle:




Please note that they covered all my cabinets, drawers, computer screen, keyboard, mouse, calendar, mug, phone,the entire surface of my desk and some of the documents that were on my desk.

Revenge will follow! ;P

Oh and just for the heck of it, a meme:

1.) What they most commonly do during sex (if they are the sexing type)
2.) Who has prettier (or just more attractive) hair
3.) What they argue about most often
4.) Who'd cope best if the other one died
5.) The happiest plausible happily-ever-after I can think of for them
6.) The most tragic possible ending for them
7.) What I enjoy most about their dynamic
8.) What I find difficult to write about them
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wolfraven80: FE:TSS - S/E blushwolfraven80 on September 17th, 2011 11:39 pm (UTC)
1) Well I imagine that since Eirika has no prior experience, Seth would be running the show at first until she got comfortable and then they'd be on more equal terms.
2) Eirika, I should think.
3) I think, at first anyway, about Seth not speaking out enough when they're in private, still acting like the knight and not always telling Eirika when he disagrees with her.
4) Probably Eirika. Eirika at least would still have her brother an a kingdom to run whereas if something happened to Eirika, Seth would've lost both the person he loves and the person he's supposed to protect. I imagine he'd be wracked with guilt if anything happened to her.
5) They get married and live long, productive, happy lives rebuilding Renais.
6) Eirika dies and Seth never manages to put himself back together again.
7) I love pairings where one of the two is set up as the other's protector; that dynamic really appeals to me.
8) I don't find them difficult to write at all. I guess if anything I have to be careful to not lapse into an idealized version of them. It's easy for me to write them sometimes as if they didn't have flaws.