i hope this is all correct omfg

anonymous asked:

Reaction to s/o being able to easily tell the brothers apart from each other?

Osomatsu was definitely surprised when you told him to get Karamatsu’s ridiculous clothes off. You had walked in on him wearing his brothers clothing, and he was hoping he could trick you. Instead, he was just left dumbfounded.
(EDIT: I wrote this before the episode came out omfg)

You were handing out everyone’s preferred drinks, Karamatsu offering to help, since he thought you couldn’t tell the difference. You denied the offer, giving everyone the correct drinks and leaving Karamatsu with a face mixed with surprise and pride.

Choromatsu naturally assumed that you couldn’t tell the difference between the brothers, but he was certainly shocked when you named them all correctly, especially since they weren’t color coded that day.

Ichimatsu would comment that your talent was pretty amazing. When you told him that the six brothers were actually very distinct to you, he would disagree, saying that every sextuplet looked like the same loser virgin.

As soon as Jyushimatsu found out you could easily tell the difference between the six, he would give a surprised, “Ooh!!” Afterwards, he would bring up your talent every now and again, for seemingly no reason other than showing off.

Todomatsu would be impressed, to say the least. He knew that he stood out - an effort he constantly made - but wasn’t so sure about his brothers. When you told him is was extremely easy, he couldn’t believe you.

OHHH MY GOD, I absolutely forgot about the inner eyelid! I was wondering how I could work around the contact lenses but that’s perfect omfg. I hope you don’t mind me publishing this publicly but I LOVE this detail!!!

I was actually talking to flowercrownspock about the technicalities of his condition and I came to the idea that Spock’s human biology interfered with the normally perfect Vulcan biology, thus making him more susceptible to physical abnormalities like astigmatism. Now, by the year 2200+ science and medicine seems to have clearly advanced to the point where things like sight problems aren’t an issue - they’re all erased and corrected as children. Thus, someone with glasses is simply unheard of.

Now, Vulcan vision is perfect. They simply don’t have issues with eyesight, so there’s virtually no way the Vulcan race has developed a way to help Spock. And due to Spock’s hybrid biology, regular human practices are ineffective on him too. Basically, there is no remedy on Vulcan, and remedies on Earth are all ineffective. Due to Vulcans being a secretive race, humans don’t know enough about Vulcan physiology to help Spock.

It’s horribly upsetting when you think of the torment he must have went through as a child. And even when he came to Earth he wasn’t at peace from all of the stares and odd looks and whispers. Being flawed in the future is truly a hard life to live.