Im gonna call myself Puff. Okay a question for SF Papyrus, Red, Sans, Honey, and (if possible) Mafia Sans. Totally hypothetical situation; what if one of your most innocent kids, like Blueberry innocent, went up to your bros and gave them tiny jars with scented beads and sparkles along with strong piece of yarn as a necklace. And their reasoning for this is," It's protection for your necks! It's invincible so don't take it off okay?" Reactions!(Im evil i know)
Alright, so in my version of the Swap universes, it’s still Sans that you fight in the judgement hall, but Swap and Swapfell Papyrus can remember the resets
UT!Sans: His eyelights briefly figure out at the “protection” comment but he hides it behind a smile when Papyrus shows it to him. “Wow, I can’t bead-lieve how cool that looks, bro.”
UF!Sans: He mutters something incomprehensible and stalks off for a bit. Too many bad memories that he can’t really discuss. Fortunately, his brother likely doesn’t keep it on after the kid goes home. Red is used to people dying, but that particular one is still a sore spot to him
US!Papyrus: He briefly freezes when the kid makes the protection comment, remember the feeling of cold steel slicing through his vertebrae and agonizing pain and fear as he realized Sans would be left alone with this monster….It takes him a minute but he quickly smiles. “Wow, guess this’ll really save my neck, huh?” When the kid isn’t looking, he likely whips it off. He hasn’t been able to handle tight things on his neck ever since the first Genocide Run.
SF!Papyrus: He masks his reaction the best, quietly thanking them and ruffling their hair, but his brother notices his hands are clenched in fists and his shoulders are trembling. He doesn’t talk about it, and keeps the necklace on the whole day, but is extra jumpy the entire time.
MT!Sans: He raises his browbone, but doesn’t say anything. The memories are flooding back but he’s got a pretty good poker face. When they leave he tells his brother to take it off, or Undyne’s gonna tease the hell out of him, but in reality he just can’t stand looking at the thing and remembering anymore.