I just wanted to show in some way my appreciation for the threatment you give at free. Still taking in count my threatment isn't the same as to common people and youkai. And, I can't promise you anything but I will try. And. Thank you ..... you reminded me of how I am not welcome in this world, anyways. Go ahead with the procedure.
Hm? And who ever stated that I provide treatment for free? Then again in your case I suppose that the topic was never brought up so that is my oversight and my loss. As for your actions, it is hardly due to whether or not you are welcome and more that you should consider what may or may not be considered appropriate behavior to your acquaintances. That is all.
Well then * kisses the top of her hand politely * My wellfare, as before, is in your hands; my lady.
Please do not do that again, and realize that it is overstepping your bounds substantially to behave in such a way when it is not invited. Now then, your treatment.
What's the one thing I could do to win your certain love?
For starters you can rid yourself of the archaic notion that there is some sort of free and equivalent trade for a person’s love. If you wish to grow close enough to someone that they might consider you to be a romantic prospect then make yourself known to them and work on developing a rapport of friendliness and respect. Perhaps you wish to make your intents known from the beginning or perhaps you would prefer to have an established friendship first. However, never for a moment think that at some point you are owed someone’s affections or that you can somehow ‘win’ them against their will. I have no interest in you so I would suggest that you look elsewhere.
I will be. I'm pretty much nice to everyone in Gensokyo anyway.
My request was not that you be nice, but that you respect her time. There is a distinct difference between the two.
Eirin... let me love you... please...
Honestly it is not as if I can stop you, but I would discourage you strongly from it and I have no intention of reciprocating.
"Hmm... A long time ago, I'd have offered to feed nosy people to Mishaguji for you, kero! I'm not really into sacrifices anymore, these days."
My concern is not about nosy people, Lady Suwako, but simply about the mental comfort of my patients whilst they are under my care. Still, I suppose that the meaning of the offer is appreciated.
I'll look for her soon, then.
Please be respectful of her time if you should do so.
"Cont. from the "Slippery Butt" ask" Propulsion gel? I'm familiar with the stuff. Did you acquire it when Mr. Johnson bought all those moon-rocks?
Are you simply a 'yes woman' for your Lord? Or do you actually have the spine to tell her when she's doing something wrong, or to not go along with one of her less than beneficial plans?
A heavenly maiden who has their veil taken must call that person "shujin" (husband). Since you took Reisen's lunar veil, is that why she calls you "shujin" (master)?
No, she calls me master because we took her in and I am her instructor in her medical studies. That is all.