Disbelief Papyrus (Colored)
01 Nov 2016 21:40
Human... I once called you more than that, didn't I? Even with all the fear I had about you, I found the strength to cast it aside.
To embrace you. To support you. To call you my... ... friend.
But now... now... what is this feeling...? Nyeh... heheheheheh...! I know what this feeling is. It's hatred.
For the person who came so far just to destroy an old friend. This eye of mine... it only activates when such terrible feelings exist.
And with it, I can see everything you've hidden from me before; everything you've done, and everything you intend to do.
Sans once told me that the moment he stopped caring would be the moment everything started to fall apart. At first, I thought
he was talking about our relationship, and so I tried to make sure he always had a reason to care about me. But now I understand
what he meant, and it's too late to tell him I'm sorry for not understanding sooner.
It's a funny thing, isn't it? The more you want to hurt someone, the easier it is to make them stop living...
... but no matter how much you want to love someone, you can't bring them back from being dead.
Sans is gone because he stopped caring, but I refuse to do the same. I care about so many things... I care about myself, I care
about this world, I care about everyone you took from me. But the one thing - the ONLY thing - I no longer care about...
... is you.
I'm not going to give you a bad time. Someone like you, who has taken so much, does not deserve to be given anything.
Instead, someone like you deserves an equal - someone who wants to protect with every ounce of the same DETERMINATION
you use to destroy.
So, human... you are not going to have a bad time...
I am going to have
*Papyrus no longer believes in you...
- 11 Dec 2016 14:59
- 12 Dec 2016 14:35
Was that sarcastic or sincere?
- 16 Mar 2017 16:29
no, papyrus no longer believes you
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