Oh, Naminé doesn't think that she has ever read any of Ms. Kairi's recent works of art. It certainly surprised Naminé slightly that Ms. Kairi chose to do a comedy. Though yaoi fanfiction isn't Naminé's type of tea, it is nevertheless comedical in its own right. It's pretty clever to spin the table around to make a joke using the fanfiction world itself. Clever...
Must be one of those rare fanfics where one-liners fit for the story, while missing out any details. One of those rare ones out there that are hard to be entertaining and effective. Of course, Naminé can always expect writers of Ms. Kairi's level of expertise to pull it off easily~
Dactylus demands that the both of you stop speaking in the third person, whilst he types in the third person.
So anyway Lils, ToS. What a surprise, eh? You need to get your head OUT of ToS and go play some other RPG. ToS is good...Earthbound is great. So anyway, this was pretty short, almost as short as the shred of will that stops me from flaming random people on PC. Which, as you know, is pretty short, indeed.
But you get your point across. Too bad that point has to be one that I don't find overly humorous, though I'm guessing it'll set the majority of the populace here on a laughing streak so prodigious that they'll eventually suffocate and, following their slow agonizing death, explode to reveal nests of mutant ducks breeding in their stomachs. Since I'm absolutely SURE that was your intention, I salute you, Lils.
Mr. Dactylus has his own sense of humor and definite posting style, just like how Naminé prefers the third person for herself as her definite posting style. Mr. Dactylus has a definite sarcastic sense that follows him within his post, yet ironically is never too far from the truth. Perhaps it is a reflection of his true character in the world? Likewise, Naminé embraces the third person because she often talks to herself to dream on sleepless nights in her world~
True to Mr. Dactylus's comments that it isn't the same type of humor that produces results that will cause people to roll on the floor laughing out loud. Surely Ms. Kairi is very aware that Naminé is slightly too apathetic to ever go beyond a small giggle or chuckle. This short story is not so "funny" to make Naminé laugh like the standard comedy, but it made Naminé feel fairly impressed to be content with the clever joke behind it, and smile to herself.
Hopefully Ms. Kairi knows what Naminé means, as she did a poor job of explaining what she truly felt...