Handshakes 15: We Have Mangos

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Eh Eh Eh, Where are Jim’s wings? They were there in Orientations!


Remember in Orientations that he said he could take any form between human and fullform and it would still be called midform. He probably just chose not to have wings.


Re-reading this page, it’s scary to think of who Jim does meet and become friends with in Orientations.
I wonder if he will call Lorne.


3 months later in November…

“LOOOORNE”, Jim bawled over the phone.
“Jim? Are you crying? Are you okay??”, Lorne asked in bafflement.
“This satyr named Greg that met… he won’t tell about his relationship with Michelle!!!”
“Who’s Greg! Who’s Michelle??”
“NOT MERIAL COULD GET ANYTHING OUT OF MICHELLE!” Jim cried even louder.
“WHO’S MERIAL! DAMN IT, YOU WARNED ME THIS WOULD HAPPEN!!”


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