I've said it before, and I'll say it again: Wulpp was the ultimate cutie in Season 3 of "Redwall", if not the whole series! Then again, I think that title would go to Baby Rollo if we're talking about the entire series. But we're not.
So anyway, here's me with yet another screenshot with some clever words either printed or painted on.
Poor Wulpp, he needs some love, don't you think? I'm so glad that he survived. And in my book, he met up with Ashleg and the two went off to be cute and frail and have misadventures together for the rest of their cute and frail lives. Ahem. Anyway... yeah.
Disclaimer: I own nothing, all belongs to Brian Jacques and/or Nelvana (except for the imagination that went into the line ).
Thank you! Heh heh, yeah, I'm deeply relieved BJ didn't kill him off, not like Dingeye and Thura. But oh well, other cuties got to survive (maybe BJ thought he made a mistake with killing D&T off and decided to go easier on his other cute comic relief vermin characters ).
Ooooh. Awkward XD Less so than the ones that killed each other, I guess, but still.
Also, after recent discussions, I was kind of tempted to write a fic focusing on an asexual character, as I think the subject needs more visibility, but the problem is that showing a character simply not being in a relationship is both rather inconclusive (as that's not the only reason people have for being single) and decidedly boring if that's the entire point of the story. Hard to get the concept across.
Hm, have you read "Frankenstein"? That might be a good place to get inspiration, because Victor Frankenstein was, in my opinion, the ultimate asexual. I mean, even though he's engaged to a perfectly wonderful/beautiful girl, he subconsciously does all he can to isolate himself from her, as well as his family, even though he does love them.
Like, when he gets engaged, he goes away to another country for I don't know how long; and when they finally get married, he tells her to go up to their bedroom while he waits for the monster to come, thinking that the monster is coming to kill him (he'd rather die than try to squeeze in one last passionate moment with his wife? ^^).
And also, Frankenstein created the monster with the sole purpose of creating life without the help of a woman. He didn't want a wife, and he didn't want a life companion either, really. He just wanted to be on top, isolated and great, and... in the end, that's what he got: the monster killed off several of his family members, and those who weren't murdered died of natural causes. Leaving Frankenstein all alone.
Plus Victor Frankenstein was not some old scientist, but rather a young, wealthy college drop-out who had little to no character (possibly because he had such a sheltered and pampered childhood) and whose nearly every whim was answered, causing him to be completely self-absorbed.
Btw, are you going to reply to your journal meme, or did you get tired of it? If so, then that's okay.