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Rixon and Patch are clearly already incredibly tight! So no, this doesn't look like Sluhs is scared and trying to think that Rixon is still good. This looks like Souts totally Suts to the Sltus personality of the guy she's been dating for This is prime adult fear, guys. This is the clueless teen ih a genuinely tixon guy and being unaware of it because oh look, he's hot and is a fantastic kisser! And yes Rixon is a creepy guy. He's a fallen angel who has been running around with Patch for centuries. We know he enslaved a Nephil. We know that he tried to have sex with at least one woman while wearing that poor bastard as a meat suit. She knows this is who her best friend is dating, and she thinks it's fine.
She doesn't think of any of the things Rixon did, probably because Fitzpatrick didn't think of them. The implications of what he did seem to have slipped by the Suethor and the fans, so Rixon is just a hot Irish guy. Of course, there's another thing to consider. This isn't the first scenario where Vee dated a guy who was best friends with someone who wanted to be romantic with Nora and ended up being a threat. Has Vee seriously forgotten the events of the first book? Has Fitzpatrick, for that matter? One last thing to address here, folks — I'm pretty sure this is supposed to be foreshadowing. Patch and Rixon are so close! They just do everything for each other! Aside from making it look like Vee's just worried that her boyfriend and Nora's ex are secretly gay for each other, this is just utterly pointless.
This is the only time we hear about this sort of thing. There's never any indication that Patch has total faith in Rixon and vice versa. In fact, in the flashback chapters, Rixon does nothing but insist that Patch's plans are boring and pointless and aren't going to work. We also never see any hints that they trust each other with personal matters. For as much as we know, these constant errands Vee's so pissy about are just Rixon picking up groceries! Nora points out that if Rixon has no probably with his relationship with Patch, that Vee should leave it alone. Dear lord, is Fitzpatrick unaware of the homoerotic subtext here? Vee, meanwhile, keeps pushing on about how Patch is secretly involved in unsavory business.
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Vee and Nora bicker, it's really boring, pointlessness abounds. You guys remember that Jeep he won in a poker game in the last book? That gets a callback as Vee says that Rixon heavily implied Patch got it through less than savory means. So what, that fucking Jeep gets brought back and Jules and Elliot don't? Patch's plan to murder Nora doesn't? Okay, sorry, badly-worded question there. I know what the point of it was supposed to be. This is supposed to be Nora having things waved in her face to make her doubt Patch, only for her to realize in the end that she really loves him and he really loves her and she shouldn't let lies fool her. Yeah, that fails for a couple of reasons.
For starters, Patch is a criminal. We've gone over all the horrible things he's done, so feel free to remind yourself of them. By this point, you guys know full well why it's sound advice to run as fast as you can away from Patch. There's another thing, though. This is Vee saying this. Vee, who says the most ridiculous shit I've ever heard. Vee, who either has a fondness for hyperbole or has a lot of vacant space for rent between her ears. Vee, who has been insisting since the last book that Patch is a dangerous guy and up to no good and Nora should stay away from him. Why should this be seen as any different than her other outrageous claims?
It's one thing for a Vee to list compelling reasons for why Nora should doubt Patch. But when that list includes speculation that he's a drug dealer or an arms smuggler, it kind of ruins any reasons to take it seriously. I mean, imagine that your best friend is dating someone, and you're sure something bad's up with them. You really, really don't think this person is safe, and you want your friend to get away from them ASAP. Honestly, nothing Vee's said can be taken as good reason to distrust Patch. Him being involved in illegal activities? What proof is there of that?
Nora knows that Patch has been around for centuries. For all she knows, he has a secret stash of money saved up over time.
Patch has four-hundred dollar jeans? We have Vee's word, but it's not like she hangs around Patch enough to get a good look at the sort of pants he wears. Patch is pushing Rixon around, making him be involved in shady business? Vee has no idea what the fuck Patch is asking Rixon to do! Now granted, Vee doesn't know that Patch is centuries old. And the way she gets pissy about all this indicates that what Vee's saying is hitting a nerve. Nora is acting like she can think of no alternate explanations but the ones given — Patch either gets all his money from gambling or he's doing shady things.
In all fairness, I suppose Nora's reaction could also be taken as her just being angry that Vee dares to make such accusations about her beloved Patch. It's difficult to say though, because even though Nora's narrating this story, yet again, we get zero insight into her thought process. So we get on with the lotioning, with Vee naturally being obsessed with getting a tan to the point where she slathers baby oil on herself. How the HELL has she survived as long as she has?! Again, are we supposed to be coming to conclusions from this, like that Nora is willing to let Free sex webcams en costa rica friend burn for dissing Patch?
I have no clue! I have no clue why Nora does any of this! Oh, and Vee contemplates if she can get away with tanning topless, at a public beach. But she's not Trashy and Tasteless for proposing this. You know, unlike Marcie, who was written unfavorably for walking from Patch's car to her house in her underwear and leaving her wet dress behind. In the last two or so chapters, he asked you to run away with him! It was you who decided that was impossible!!! If you decided, for contrived reasons, that the two Transsexual porn news you can't date, fine!
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Nora tries to change the subject, Vee comments that she Nora seems to have something to let off of her chest, and Nora's mindset takes U-turn to deciding to tell Vee what's on her mind. Wow, I don't even think Phoenix Wright could make that fast of a turnabout! How is that so pressing? This happened in Chapter Between then and now, you have given no indication that this has been bothering you, Nora. You certainly never thought to bring it up when you were talking to Patch! You certainly never gave the impression before now that 1on1dirty felt Vee ought to know about it! Folks, you know what would have made much more sense for Nora to bring up here?
There's no reason not to! Nora just learned about it last night, so it's fresh in her mind. Vee knows about the note and the ring Nora was sent. She knows Nora was thinking that her dad might have had shady circumstances surrounding his death. I saw Scott last night, and he had a brand just like on the ring I got. Not only does it fit in with what we just had, but it's exactly the sort of bullshit that Vee loves to eat up! Patch kissing Nora, though? That happened so far back, I pretty much forgot about it being relevant at all! And it just keeps getting worse. Vee asks where this happened, and Nora decides to trim out the fantasy parts and just say it happened in her bedroom.
Nora, that is a very, very good thing to worry about. You've been swinging around, telling Patch to leave you alone. And now, you see that he can just pop into your dreams whenever he'd like. You are not safe from him anywhere, since you'll always be sleeping at some point or another. In fact, I honestly thought the whole dream thing was just turned into a Big Lipped Alligator Moment, before now! I had no clue Nora was worried about Patch climbing into her head at night, because she'd only been worried about whether or not he was in love with Marcie! This just makes Nora look even more horrible. What about all that previous stuff, about how she couldn't live without Patch and seriously was considering abandoning her home and her family and her friends and her school and shot at a career just to run off with him for a few weeks?
What about her considering suicide when he explained what would happen if they stayed together? What about her going on about how the archangels were so corrupt and horrible, keeping the two of them from being together. Now, we take all that and add in that apparently this whole time, Nora actually was worried about Patch's Freddy Krueger tendencies. She still rolled her eyes when Vee said how much trouble he was! She still wept when it looked like he was interested in other girls. It's like Vee suddenly had all our spitefics and arguments uploaded into her head, and was able to process just enough to suss out the very obvious Stranger Danger going on here.
You know, I'm hardly new to sporking. I've read Mervin's Twilight recaps. I know all about Fifty Shades of Grey. One would think I'd know better. But I just read that quote and wondered how the fuck ANY of the fans could have read that line and not wanted Nora to call the cops. That doesn't make it any better, though. Vee actually is at a loss for words at this. The only idiocy was that Nora didn't call the cops! No, folks, we know what Nora means. Neither she nor Vee care about the fact that Patch broke in and entered and blatantly invaded Nora's privacy against her will.
The only thing they care about is that he kiss her, and clearly it was all her fault the kiss happened, because Nora just has no self control. I don't blame you guys if you can't remember how the kiss went down, given how long ago it happened and how ignored it was. To recap what happened, Nora became angry with Patch for helping Marcie instead of her. Instead of doing what she asks, he wordlessly walks towards her, forcing her to back up until she is up against the wall. When she tries to call him more names, he pulls her against him by the waistband of her underpants. After staring at him for awhile, Nora leans in and starts kissing him.
Did Nora initiate the kiss itself? But Patch was the one who began acting in a flirtatious manner towards her first. He was the one who refused to leave when she told him to. He was the one who boxed her in and pulled her to him by grabbing her underpants. So no, Nora, this is not a case where you can beat yourself up for being an idiot. This is a case where you call the cops or at least consult a priest about if there's precedent in Biblical lore for getting rid of stalker angels. This is also where I give you points because while the slut shaming is not overt, we're pretty obviously supposed to consider it Nora's fault that this happened, and not Patch's.
Women are lustful, yo. Because Vee listens to this all and her grand idea to deal with the situation is to have Nora swear a blood oath to never be alone with Patch. Because that will solve everything! Vee, did you miss the part where Patch broke into her house? This was not Nora willingly going out somewhere with him. Telling someone to resolve not to go places alone with their stalker doesn't work, because it's really not up to them if the stalker tries to catch them alone. He still greets everyone at the door and checks in case there is anyone middle eastern looking and we need to dob on them for attending political theatre and with his trademark blackboard, he talks about the IPA, Tony A It's very like his comedy festival show from earlier in the year, but this time it's different.
This time it's harder to laugh. Not because Rod's not one of the funniest and smartest human beings ever, but because all those things we joked about earlier in the year have become reality. And it's worse than we imagined. I still can't get it into my head that Victorian police shot a teenager this week. And I got home to read that Australia is signing an agreement to send refugees to Cambodia. I've been to Cambodia. I love Cambodia, but it's poor as hell, the government are openly corrupt and not dealing with issues like child sex tourism and the spread of AIDS, and it's country that's only just beginning to come to terms with its own living hell of the s and 80s.
Australia is rich, safe and huge, but we're going to send refugees — people who have lived a hell that Australians rarely have to face — to a place that can't offer them safety. It's just not funny anymore.