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Cal was right, this is about to get interesting.

I like the tendril metaphor, their partial joining, enough to share most things but not enough so they're indistinguishable from each other.
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Looks like this answers my question about the little magnetic tendrils (the radiating light brown lines) being supposed to put them in place, seeing how them seem to have replaced the tendrils in the final frame.

Intriguing how they fit so perfectly, however, and their minds jump back to the day they met. I wonder if all couples who had a 'magnetic' attraction to each other would have so striking a result? I mean, assuming that the female intuition goggles were correct, we know that 'true love' exists as a manifest possibility in the UH universe. Although it could also be a simple matter that they are the only two there at that time... (I doubt this last, but it has to be said).

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Well, I'd suspected they had a pretty deep connection anyhow. It takes a pretty secure man to accept the dalliances of a wife like that with not only acceptance but approval. It suggests an unshakable bond. Fortunate couple, that.
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