it must have been a trip for Adam when he first met Gansey because this untouchable rich kid immediately unloads everything about his alternate life as a tomb raider trying to unearth the centuries-old mystery of Glendower and Adam is just, “sounds fake but i’m literally so starved of human interaction that i will now follow you to the ends of the earth in search of your super lost and super dead king”
I wish neurotypicals could understand that there is a huge, big difference between not doing something because you are lazy and not doing something because of executive dysfunction.
Like, when I don’t do something because of laziness, I’m still able to relax. I do at whatever chore I need to do, say “nah, maybe later” and do something else without feeling bothered by it. Or even start do it, but since I’m lazy, I’m just thinking on everything else I could be doing and be really, really out of focus.
When I don’t do it because of executive dysfunction, I’m physically unable of relaxing. I will look at a chore I have to do, think “I should do it” and my brain will set itself on fire. I will keep looking at the chore, being physically unable to move and do it, unable on stopping whatever it is that i was doing before, sometimes even crying from the distress. It’s fucking awful, stressing, and sure as hell nothing like being a little lazy on doing something I don’t want to.
Robert is such a good character. His route is possibly the best in the entire game, simply with how it handles his character, and gives an unexpected but amazing ending at the same time. I think it's no contest who my favorite dad i-