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Don't bend your tailTeyanisha was born in a litter of three. She was the one who dove into things first, up until she realized how much trouble they could be. And then she found ways to talk her siblings into diving in for her. Whenever anyone other than her mother tried to tell her what to do, she had a balking streak meters wide- up until the family Clowder sat her down and told her what that kind of behavior would get her in the end.So the little girl settled down- at least a little. She liked the support of her Clan, and wasn't keen on being evicted, so she knew she had to at least pretend to heed orders. So instead, she just found ways to make it look like she'd at least tried to follow the requests and demands of the adults, but that something had come up. She got quite good at it too. Though , if there was anything Teyanisha was absolutely gifted at, it was her shifting, and she was not in the slightest afraid to use that to her advantage (not that there w
AA: PPE: Chiriades and AsherChiriades thought Umlu was a disgusting example of life. She couldn't stand him, but respected his skill and his work. Her issues had nothing to do with him hitting on her, or insulting her; just that she absolutely loathed his brand of humor in general, and the fact that he refused to curb it while in her general vicinity.She couldn't fathom how Jaheem could put up with him, but then again, she understood that Jaheem was a freaking carpet or welcome mat and couldn't seem to help but let people walk all over him. Sure, she took advantage of this when she could, but that was different, in her eyes. It seemed a totally different thing when it involved someone else taking advantage of him- not that she was protective or anything, just that someone else (Besides Asher of course) using him like that was dangerous for keeping Jaheem available for what he was actually good for.So, when she saw Umlu basically using Jaheem as a shield to keep people away from the grump
AA: PPE: Jaheem and UmluIt wasn't something intended. In fact, it was a silly thought to think that a friendship would have been intended between those two. Further, at least one thought it was ridiculous to think they were friends at all. After all, there weren't many who had less in common than Umlu and Jaheem.And yet.Umlu walked into Asher's circle of compatriots eyes open and fully aware of the trouble he was in, could be in, and would never be out of. Jaheem, to some extent, did as well. The main difference was that Umlu walked in, and Jaheem was dragged.This was a thing that Umlu liked to joke about to Jaheem on regularly scheduled meetings. The meetings weren't official, by anyone's standards, just had cropped up out of the odd as hell friendship the two had. Asher was endlessly amused, and let them chatter, only occasionally joining in (or butting in as Umlu called it).Jaheem honestly couldn't fathom how he got along with the Alaridae, as much of Umlu's hu
AA: PPE: AeolusTo Aeolus, the INCEPT celebration was an opportunity to play in everybody's snow box. (Yes, he knew the phrase was 'sand box' but as he'd grown in a snowy place, he felt it made more sense for a Bemy to say 'snow box. The others humored him.) So, where possible, Aeolus meandered into the events the other species and communities put together.With no particular knack for archery, he was content to sit and watch (and be the perching spot for particularly brave kidlings of other people). He'd have volunteered to be a judge at the food contests, but there were too many recipes being made for non-carnivorous folk, so he thought it better to not make that more complicated than it had to be. Though he did quite happily taste the dishes he could eat, and give profuse compliments to the corresponding chefs.Watching people play games in the air was an exercise in playful frustration for him. He loved seeing the others so happy, and yet, wished he could play i
AA: PPE: Le-LanieLe-Lanie would have enjoyed the INCEPT events, were she able to do more than hear about them. She didn't have the patience to stand in a crowd and watch people play. She was in too much pain to do any of the playing herself. And she was really just not in the frame of mind to be around masses of other, whole, people, either.It just hadn't been her week.She kept up on all of the meditation she'd learned while on the grounds of the Choffie- if there'd been one thing they were good for, it was that. So that wasn't the reason the ache was sharper than ever. She didn't do anything to aggravate it- rarely did she ever, knowing and not liking the consequences. And as she checked off the list of possible reasons, she just couldn't fathom the why for the pain feeling so much more, more than usual.So, Le-Lanie only occasionally looked up at the screen kept readily visible in her workspace at work. Mainly for the others working at th