• Sprayette
    January 15, 2010

    You have to be particularly weak-minded to let such choices be even the slightest of burdens. I open a drawer and pull out a shirt. I put it on until it’s stinky. Repeat process until body is no longer animated. Also I miss his glasses and quirky eyebrow :(

  • Sordatos
    March 8, 2010

    In his case Why he would be burden by his choices? He is in mortal he has practically eternity, if he makes a mistake he can tray another thing and then another until he finds the satisfaction; the problem with choices for us, mortals, is that if we dont get the wished results we already waste time on the action taken, and since life its limited therefor a lot of people have problems making decisions..

    And example is SMT Persona games, you a have a set of time to do make friends, solve the mystery and save the world XD

  • Bobson
    July 6, 2010

    Color me particularly weak-minded, then!

    Not that that’s news.

  • Ynez
    August 7, 2011

    Sordatos, I think you may have made the grave mistake of taking Cat & Girl just a little too literally.

  • Diggy G.
    November 27, 2012

    @Sordatos: His immortality empasizes the triviality of the choice he is obsessing about. On the flip side, the context in which he makes the choice in finite, even if he is immortal; the business will not be around forever, foods will change, and ingredients will no longer be available.

  • Ralph
    August 31, 2015

    Some days the choice of which sandwich to eat turns into an internal struggle as to weather or not it’s worth it to eat ever again. Considering where The Vampire Once Known as Beatnik Vampire’s life has gone, I sympathize with the guy.

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