Contrary to popular belief, A and B were not close at all. Rather, B avoided A like the plague, going out of his way to prevent any and all contact with the other. He would wait for A to show up at classes and then sit as far away as possible, give him the creepiest looks he knew how to give, and pretend to be sick or deranged when A got close to him. He downright refused to be around A or be his friend on more than one occasion.
These actions were not mean-spirited, though. Having just endured the death of his parents, both of which he had been fearfully anticipating for years, he was distraught when he discovered one of the kids at the orphanage was going to die young. He calculated, as he always did, and decided there was a ninety-eight percent chance A would die during B’s lifetime, unless some freak accident took him first. He acted out of fear and self-preservation when he pushed A away and refused to befriend him.
After A killed himself, B couldn’t help but feel it was partly his fault, but at the same time, he couldn’t find it in himself to regret protecting his emotions and sanity from the torture of watching another loved one’s time run out.
At age of 4, while meeting Michael, one of the Taiwanese Ma twins asked him “Can you dancing?”. Michael thought it was hilarious, as it was the first time in his life that anyone asked him that question. It later became their security password in order to get put through to him. (Requested by: lacienegasmiled)