To be fair, you’re the only universe I’ve met with your inverse hemospectrum thing going on, so it’s most likely that they follow the normal hemospectrum.
>You haven’t noticed.
And yes, more pancakes would be great. Put extra grub-sauce on them.
Oh. That makes sense. Yellowbloods still don’t count for anything, after all. So that would be you in your universe, I take it?
>It’s not like you’ve really thought about it either; you don’t really think too much about social things like that.
>It’s just sort of happened.
there’5 plenty of people 4round who don’t 5eem to give 4 d4mn 4bout the hemo5pektrum - or kl4im they don’t 4nyw4y
- mo5tly highblood5 - which m4ke5 5en5e - bek4u5e it’5 e45y on them 5o they k4n 4fford to pl4y 4t ignoring it
5ure k4n do
==> You put another one on to start cooking so you can retrieve his plate for more pancakes, with extra sauce.
ye4h - th4t’d be me
not right 4t the bottom - but i 5till don’t kount for 4nything
- 4nd nobody’5 going to be too bothered if 5ome 5e4-dweller de5ide5 to drown me for looking 4t her funny - h4h4
The hemospectrum exists, and I was hatched this way. I’d be lying if I say that I don’t take advantage of all the opportunities it gives me, to the fullest. But where would I be if I didn’t, hmm?
>You’ll just wait for your pancakes.
>You won’t lie!
>Even though you quite prefer living by yourself with no one else, you won’t pretend that you don’t love the fact that Socoro is doing things for you.
Probably not. What’s another dead lowblood, after all?