ts-sideblog:

romananalogicality:

pastel-virgil:

I’ve noticed that when Thomas is being serious with the sides, he’ll use the name of what they represent instead of their proper names kinda like how a parent will use the full name of their child
I.E. “That is enough outta you, LOGIC.” and “Pump the brakes, Princey.”

this is actually adorable thank you for pointing this out

I just remembered the beginning of “Excepting Anxiety”, when Thomas summoned them by their representation instead of their name in. Roman said “Rude” and Patton asked him if he was too cool to call them by their names.

And now I imagine them showing up and saying “I didn’t do anything. I swear!”

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ts-sideblog:

romananalogicality:

pastel-virgil:

I’ve noticed that when Thomas is being serious with the sides, he’ll use the name of what they represent instead of their proper names kinda like how a parent will use the full name of their child
I.E. “That is enough outta you, LOGIC.” and “Pump the brakes, Princey.”

this is actually adorable thank you for pointing this out

I just remembered the beginning of “Excepting Anxiety”, when Thomas summoned them by their representation instead of their name in. Roman said “Rude” and Patton asked him if he was too cool to call them by their names.

And now I imagine them showing up and saying “I didn’t do anything. I swear!”