Of course you think it was easy, ‘Rina. And I thought I was the most charming King family member. Fine we can agree on chipmunk cheeks, and adorable chipmunk cheeks, they are. Well, I hope it stays that way. Yeah, I thought so. Because who wouldn’t want to be in their own movie and get the chance to utilize their super power?
No, you’re probably still the most charming family member. I have the charm of like— a wombat. See? It just rolls right off the tongue, and sounds a lot better than chubby. But thank you, I agree I do have adorable cheeks. I’m sure it will. I don’t think anyone would, especially not me. Though, I think if I admit to anyone about having a superpower, I’d be like— controlled by the government or something.
I’m still confused on how you managed to get on my good side so quickly. Must’ve been the chubby cheeks and brown eyes. Yeah, I figured you didn’t lose them, even if memory loss is a side effect to drug use, you’re fine. I’m glad you think that, really. If you could breathe underwater, you’d probably be the new Little Mermaid, or something.
It was a piece of cake, honestly. Wait a second— chubby? I don’t think they’re chubby. Let’s call them chipmunk cheeks, instead. That sounds so much cuter. You’ve never given me a reason not to think so highly of you, so of course. While I’d love to be in my own feature film— actually, there’s no downside to that. I’m perfectly fine with being the next Little Mermaid.
Corina doesn’t have any bad habits, because she thinks bad habits are unattractive, something the girl could never allow herself to be. Not to mention, her mother also made sure that she was the image of perfection at all times. Also, living the perfect life means that Corina rarely faces any anxiety or stress that would force her to bite her nails, scratch, etc.
Right, Cameron. How come I never knew you had a big brother?
I think you knew, since I talked about him a lot. But then again, you never cared to having lasting conversations with me, so— I don’t know.
I think choosing my team based on uniform and appearance might actually be a bullet proof plan because everyone looks good and we keep winning!
Perfect child isn’t exaggerated at all, trust me. I’m glad it all worked out too, especially since I got used to you. Which, surprisingly wasn’t hard at all. Yeah, that counts. So it looks like you’ve still got all your memories, congrats. Since I like the idea of being this amazing and really nice person in your eyes, I’m not gonna shatter that image. Yeah, true. There’s a lot of work and a lot of money in a glowing supermodel.
Of course it wasn’t hard. There was no way in the world I was going to let my new older brother distance himself from me. Yay! I’m glad I didn’t lose them. You couldn’t shatter that image, ever. But I guess if I had any other superpower, there’d be a lot of work and a lot of money. Like— what if I could breathe underwater?
That’s because you were the perfect child. I don’t think she cried, I just think it was harder for her. Because she was the “nice parent” and I was adopted, so that maybe made things difficult. Well, I’m not gonna stop you from using your brand new word. Oh right, sorry. Just test it by asking yourself questions about your childhood that you’d want to remember. Or are supposed to remember. If you had any idea how I treat other people, you’d know you’re getting extreme special-er treatment. It is a pretty good super power. But why would you want to glow, out of all the superpowers in the world?
Perfect child is a little exaggerated. Or, maybe it isn’t. I’m glad she never cried though, even if it was harder than anyone could have expected. And I’m even happier than everyone stuck it out because I got used to having you around. Thank you, because I love my brand new word. Hmm. I think I can remember all the colors of my dresses from my pageants, and which pageants I won them in. Does that count? I don’t believe that, you’re like the third nicest person, ever. Third, of course, to mom and myself. I don’t know, doesn’t glowing seem amazing? Imagine all the photoshoots I’d get to do if I were literally, a glowing supermodel.
She really did. Not that you never did anything wrong. But I remember when I used to get in trouble— dad would have to console her after she yelled at me. “More special” has the same number of syllables though, and it’s grammatically correct. So I think I’ll keep using that. I do deserve all the special treatment, thanks for recognizing that and giving it to me. Thirty, isn’t old and you better not be. Full kidding, that’s a lot better. If you say so. Maybe that can be your superpower since you’re my superhero sidekick. I thought so, I can take a lot of special treatment though, so keep it coming.
Yeah, I don’t even remember getting yelled at when I was young. I didn’t know that though. Would she cry or anything like that? I hope not, I hate the idea of Mommy crying. Hmm, I guess that’s a good point. I like special-er though, so I’ll keep using that. You never answered my question though. How would I test out all those cool childhood memories to see if I still remember them? And you’re welcome, I’m glad to. As long as I get special-er treatment back. Okay, I was full-kidding. About the old thing, and the genetics thing. Oh, that sounds like a really good superpower. But if I had to choose a superpower, I’d want to glow. At least I think I’d want to.