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Lollipop by Kaxen6 Lollipop by Kaxen6
Although children notice when things are cute, they generally don't seem to remark that about each other (minus maybe when they're interested in baby siblings...for the first five minutes... then they realize the younger sibling gets attention and all they do is sleep cry and poop)... most kids probably wouldn't give candy to each other for being cute.

Though Aurus is both too old to beg for candy and lisp... unless he was just speech impaired or something. Aurus doesn't actually lisp at all...

Of course Aurus could buy his own candy, but everything's better when people just hand it to you (unless you're a spoiled trust fund baby, then you're probably considering it business as usual.).


Although Aurus might muster some semblance of maturity if he tries, he tends to give up and acts the way he looks. That and his mental functions are permanently childish so no matter how adult he tries to act, he's bound to commit some weird logic failure that adults wouldn't (or shouldn't... but then again, a lot of internet denizens seem to be dumber than a ten-year-old and there's that "Are You Smarter than a 5th Grader?" show...). That and Aurus spends at least 25% of his life sitting down to imagine something patently absurd.

Even Simab treats Aurus like a little kid most of the time and Simab is totally aware that Aurus is actually 30 at that point. I think only the villain thinks of Aurus as an adult since he kind of looks like a pedocidal bastard otherwise.


If Aurus wasn't kind of happy-go-lucky, he'd probably be way more depressed about how he needs to repeatedly get new friends since he's destined to outlive all of them thanks to the "one immortal" rule.


>_> I probably act more immature than I should sometimes. But I dunno how often I get away with it... Then again, I'm an artist and that seems to be "license to insanity"
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EllieTheSmuggler Featured By Owner May 13, 2010  Hobbyist Writer
Loved the C: face.
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Jaegerofice Featured By Owner May 12, 2010
That doesn't work on me. They've tried it, damn lazy kids who complain everytime I tell them to do 6x25m dives... Though the painfull scream of "NOO!" that accompanies it is one of the most beutifull thing I hear.

Fact, there are 3 kind of instuctors in sports: Pedophiles, Those who enjoy teaching kids and us(includes me) who enjoy tormenting others.
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Kaxen6 Featured By Owner May 12, 2010   General Artist
Mmyes... I probably go in the last category too.

Well, I'd probably fall for cuteness more if the kids weren't not particularly booksmart. Cuteness drops with drops in intelligence/willingness to learn (I'm okay with people not being good at things, we all suck at something, but guh! You gotta try, right?)

The cutest kid I've ever had to teach was this perfect little Japanese boy who did all his work without complaint so there wasn't really much to bug him about in the first place. @_@
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sordcooper2 Featured By Owner May 11, 2010  Student General Artist
lols, nice job with the cutesi-wootsi face there, wouldn't have worked on me though, since im made of pure manliness! <--blatant lie
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