tip: buffy gen teen AND "no archive warnings apply"
So in re: Asgard -- it'd be a little like when I visited my grandparents, which I did so often that I thought of a particular room as "mine"; but in that room, the carpet, drapes, furnishings, linens, clothes stored in the closet/drawers, books on the bookshelf, etc. had all been picked out by them, and I would never have dreamed of doing more than shoving my clothes in on top of the ones in the drawers or taking the books off to read (and then either putting them back as nearly as I could remember where I'd found them or taking them home with me)? I think once we replaced the mattress (only five years after it really should have been done), but other than that...
Posted Wed 20
Yes, except permanent. And if you were a certain type of imaginative child, you might walk into the room at your grandparents' house and feel like every single thing in it was welcoming you back, and would not want to change a bit of it. Loki felt like every single thing in his room was judging and disliking him as much as everyone else in Asgard, with the exception of his books, and he never got over it. (He even has a theory he was put in green so the court could tell he was one of the princes, even if they never remembered him. "Oh, right, there's the other one, in the green cloak." I'm pretty sure he's wrong about that, but he was convinced of it.
Posted Thu 21