Strange I thought it was ice cream .
Although it also could be a supposed thought-provoking phrase that was expected to be seen in this particular spoiler tag blur due to the immense length that the blur’s body. But no; it’s just me taking a page out of @Sophia’s book and choosing to simply write this long body of word out of amusement. And knowing the great curiosity of humanity, this was clicked on with great bemusement, the viewer possibly wondering, “Did @Okami-Nora really take the time to ACTUALLY type of possible theory to the meaning of Life, the Universe, and Everything as we know it”. And I’m just relaxing with some sweets after a long day of hitting my college books and thinking “Nope! I just wrote a completely pointlessly long blur that those who possess great curiosity clicked on with expectation of something that can be thought of with deeper thinking, only to get, well THIS” I will likely contemplate for a moment why I took the time to actually write something this needless when I, more often than not, prefer to bring up something of more substance to the WIP forums that involves the story. But you know what? We all desire a day where we can be a random as a banana peel laying on the ground during a blizzard in the middle of Spring; it helps to remind us that we should never take ourselves too seriously and laugh about any form of ridiculousness that overcomes our being. So everyone embrace your randomness!..within reason. We don’t want to bother the authors with too much silliness, considering that they put their stories up on the WIP boards of to get input on how to make the story flow better and how to get players to cross into the magic circle that makes them more invested in the story’s world, along with their role in the matter. And we as readers bring in our views due to our great love for a story’s world, characters, lore, and wanting to see these visions the author has come to life. But a little silliness rarely hurts anyone on occasions. .
That thought aside, I forgot to comment on this:
So good news: since Clithus will state her intentions to court the Second Prince right to his face, it’ll be safe to say that there will likely be very little room for confusion on his part and he will have a good understanding about why Clithus might be offering him a batch of beautiful Lucrasian flowers at some point in the story after getting the OK from her mistress Sophia about the relationship.
Even better news: That probably won’t stop Arlan (and possibly some other Second Princes) from staring at Clithus for a few minutes, blinking slowly, and finally let out a very articulate “…Wait, what?” as the initial reaction to the moment she states her desires to court him. In a good number of cultures back in the day (and even now), it’s the guy whose expected to initiate the courtship in many stories that involved nobles. So it might take a bit of getting used to for some Second Princes to find themselves being the one is courted instead (especially since it’s a new role he’d likely have very little experience). Though after the shock wears off, I imagine that Arlan will take in stride and still find way to get a blush out of the lady knight as she take the first steps in the courting (though the manner of how she courts has yet to be seen).